You may have spotted the recent Seibertron.com article on live-action Transformers movie toys that never made it or were never even planned at all (you can read it here and join in with your thoughts). To accompany that, we also have a new addition to the Transformers: Age of Extinction toy galleries, featuring not one but three versions of the character created to oppose Bumblebee: Stinger!
In his Takara Tomy Movie Advanced line AD32 body, using the same mold as Bumblebee, but with the new battlemask headsculpt; the slightly simpler Lost Age LA12 Stinger, with the quick transformation for younger fans, and a darker colour palette than our third gallery - the Hasbro one, in the One-Step changer sub-line, with plenty of comparison images to keep your Friday busy. Check them all out by clicking on any of the images below!
Fellow Seibertronians, little time has passed since they were revealed at the New York Comic Con, but wave three of Titans Return is already trickling out in parts of the world. Courtesy of 口天巠力 on weibo.com we get a farily solid in-hand look at two of the upcoming deluxes: Triggerhappy and Getaway. We get a nice close look at their faces and Triggerhappy's undercarriage which shows his alt. mode has surprisingly little robot mode kibble visible when transformed. While most of us are still waiting and hunting for wave 2, be sure to take a quick break to let us know what you think of these upcoming figures.
Masterpiece Bumblebee is slowly making his way to retail in the US for $65 at Toysrus. In this occasion, Hasbro has pulled all the stops to advertise this release by having a commercial that has both John Warden, Hasbro's main design manager, and Shogo Hasui, the Takara designer who created this toy, promoting the toy. Of course, this commercial does have a few tongue in cheek lines, like saying how the box has great photography while the image is blatantly mistransformed (as is the toy in the commercial). In any case, it's more than most of us expected for the attention Hasbro would bring to their Masterpiece line, enjoy!
Good news for all our fellow friends in the UK, Seibertronian Stuartmaximus has shown us that Titans Return Blaster is deeply discounted to £24.99 on the TKMaxx website. That is an amazing deal considering this is half the price he costs at Toysrus. So get him while supplies last!
Amiami has more new images for us, and this time for Transformers Legends LG41 Leo Prime (Lio Convoy depending on the listing). These are the same images as before but bigger, clearer and without any watermark. They show that Infinitus is indeed the Titan Master this toy comes with. With Takara's trend of using their legends molds for only one character, at least for normal retail releases, this will be Japan's use of the Alpha Trion mold, making both characters exclusive to their respective companies/markets.
He is currently available for preorders at both US and Japanese based online stores and the price ranges from $35 - $55 depending on whether it is imported or not.
Update: here are some comparison images with Alpha Trion for those interested.
Thanks to Logan, we were lead to find some new images of the 10th anniversary reissued figures for the movie line. These toys are all being brought to us by Takara, and are all normal releases (as opposed to exclusive releases) sporting premium decos. These images, from Amiami, are not the final product images for all toys since some are still in grey scale while others seem digitally painted (i.e. Soundwave). This is the first time we see Starscream in colour, showing us that he will sport a deco very similar to what was found on his MP Movie toy.
Other things to note:
- The Megatron deco is very similar to a version of the toy that Takara previously cancelled and it is the only version of the toy with a deco based on his look in the movie.
- The guns that come with Bumblebee and Ratchet are from Deluxe Leadfoot (which was never released in the west)
- The Leader Optimus is based on the latest retooling of the figure (from the Striker issue), which has yet to see a release in the west as well.
These are all currently available for preorders at both US and Japanese based online stores.
Though we brought you a look at its predecessor, and some shots of the figure in both modes and the packaging, thanks to Dengeki Hobby we have a whole new pictorial review with clear images for Takara Tomy Transformers Masterpiece MP32 Optimus Primal/Beast Convoy! What you can find below are details, accessories, packaging, poses, and the series of facial expressions that come with the figure - check them out!
After having that awesome pictorial review of Warrior Class Bisk and Ratchet, courtesy of site moderator Cobotron, we bring to you a video review of Warrior Bisk by Youtuber Emgo316. Emgo316's review shows off Bisk's transformation step by step to go right along with more shots of Bisk in both lobster-bot mode and car mode. You can check out the review below, and as always stay tuned to Seibertron.com for all your latest Transformers News and Galleries!
Thanks to Seibertronian Cyberpath and our favorite Twitter user TFYuki we bring to you today 2 new images of upcoming Takara Tomy products in the form of Legends Mindwipe and Chromedome! Chromedome is a differently painted version of his Titans Return toy with a new face sculpt to more closely resemble his Headmasters appearance and comes with the small drill/jet that came with Titan master Nightbeat. Mindwipe is also a differently painted version of his Titans Return toy with a new Headmasters accurate faces sculpt and comes with the dinosaur/bird that came first with Titan master Crashbash. You can check out the images below, and stay tuned to Seibertron.com for all your latest Transformers news and galleries!
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