Dark Of The Moon Ironhide has landed on in a Yahoo Japan Auction, and with that we get brand new images of the Voyager class figure. If you like big guns, you'll certainly like what Ironhide can wield in alternate and robot mode. The GMC Topkick might be a defunct real-life vehicle, but make sure you don't tell Ironhide. Check out the images below!
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Does Takara always do it better? If you've been on the fence with picking up a handful of Takara's figures from their newly released United line, then Alfes 2010 is here to help. He's updated his blog with galleries of UN-01 Optimus Prime, UN-02 Bumblebee, UN-03 Cliffjumper, UN-05 Soundwave, UN-06 Optimus Prime, UN-07 Bumblebee, UN-08 Drift, and UN-10 Straxus. Enjoy!
Thanks to Seibertron.com member Ungie for letting us know about a new review posted to YouTube by video "personality" Emgo316 featuring Corbot V's CV-001 War Axe. This axe accessory is the first product released by rookie, third party toymaker Corbot V and is intended to complete the video game look for your Generations War for Cybertron Optimus Prime or Optimus Prime Cybertron Mode from the United line. Emgo's review gives us a good, first look at the axe including what appears to be its very sturdy construction, nice detailing, and the translucent axe blades. The Corbot V War Axe accessory is available now from most of our great sponsors.
To check out the review for yourself, click on the embedded video below or HERE for the original YouTube post.
Yes, you read right! The Insecticons haven't received much love in the form of a new figure for quite some time. But from the looks of it, it will be at the hands of a third party. It's still unclear as to who is headlining this project, and whether it will be mass produced like FansProject's work, limited to miniscule numbers like Mastercollectors' Nova Prime, or simply a project made for fun. Yet since it is based off Hearts of Steel work, it might just be Mastermind Creations. Enough jabbering though, behold Shrapnel, who also forms the front of the Battle Train!
Seibertron.com member El Duque has pointed us towards a thread on ACToys which gives us a brilliant look at upcoming products by TFClub. These images include our first look the Targetoids final look. It also gives us a new look at the Optimus Prime and Soundwave headmasters, a new looks at the SD Movie Optimus Prime called Primas and a new better look at the Not-Constructicons Not-Hook and Not-Scavenger, including a clear shot at Not-Devastator's head! We now also know the name these will be sold under "Project: Deva".
We have mirrored the images to see them in the original post just click here!
And just to clarify since this has been creating some confusion lately: TFClub is a Chinese unofficial Transformers fan site, like seibertron.com, just that they also produce unofficial 3rd party Transformers toys. They are not affiliated with Hasbro, TakaraTomy or the official Transformers Collectors Club.
So the day is finally there that the Seibertron.com galleries can show you the complete combiner set members of the official Transformers Collectors Club got for free: The Autobot combiner team that's made up of robots from different factions from different universes and toy lines, yea.
First off we have Heatwave for ya, Heatwave is a Decepticon from the Shattered Glass continuity. Heatwave being a Heroic Decepticon does heroic things, like chopping off heads of non-threatening hamster shaped fun park attractions with a sword his toy totally doesn't have, also he talks to non-sentient machines. He was the fifth and final free member exclusive needed to create a very special combiner, a combiner with a hilarious name and made with a lot of translucent plastic.
Now here we have the main event! the completed combiner, with the name of Nexus Maximus, if you go by the toys name, or Nexus Prime, if you go by the name given to him by fiction. Why does he have two different names? Well Funpub gave Hasbro two possible names for their combiner, Nexus Prime and Maximus Prime, Hasbro should chose which one was going to be taken. Well Hasbro is very protective when it gets to the word "Prime", and decided to not allow FunPub to use it and suggested to combine the non Prime parts of the names and call him Nexus Maximus. Now there are two things that are really silly about this, the first is the fact that Hasbro had already green-lit the story in which the combiner was revealed to be one of the Original 13 and therefore a Prime, and the other , ...well the name was already taken by a different type of toy - one you have to be at least 18 years old to buy it. But then Funpub just went ahead and called him Nexus Prime in the comics instead of using the awesome toys name.
So there you have it, Nexus Prime is finally complete, and if you want a collection of the Original 13 Transformers, well you need this guy and you'll have to dig deep as after-market Prices for all five of these guys are, well pretty hefty.
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The upgrade, or "project" which is how Fansproject refers to them, that made Fansproject famous (it wasn't their first) was the TFX Parallax 01 City Commander, or as we all like to call it: The Classics Ultra Magnus upgrade armour. A set that just seemed so perfect with the sculpting, the detailing, the engineering, the design, the quality, the packaging, and the functionality. Fansproject showed us that fan-made custom toys can have near Hasbro-like quality. However, just like with mass produced releases by Hasbro or Takara, City Commander did have a few problems, problems Fansproject learned from and improved for it's next releases: The Shadow Commander, Powered Commander, D.I.A. Clone Commander (you see what they did there?), and the 2009 re-release of City Commander. And we at Seibertron.com are proud to present to you the Seibertron.com galleries of the Shadow Commander and the D.I.A. Clone Commander!
To get to the galleries, just click the images below!
First off we have the Shadow Commander, an upgrade so evil, so incredibly evil, that not only is it black and goes perfectly with SDCC Exclusive Universe (2008) Nemesis Prime, but it also has a pink sword – that's how evil it is. The Shadow Commander came with everything the original City Commander came with, a new Nemesis Prime-like face, the aforementioned pink sword, and an improved structure all packed together in a far superior plastic quality than that of City Commander -oh and it was even more limited than the City Commander. For a long time this set was the cheapest and easiest to get variation of the mold, lasting for almost a year before the last one was sold, just to put this into perspective City Commander sold out within a month after it's release, it is now the most expensive and hardest to find version of the mold.
Now here we have the D.I.A. Clone Commander, this is one of two releases that are based on Diaclone Powered Convoy (get it? D.I.A. Clone = Diaclone, clever Fansproject), the toy we now know as G1 Ultra Magnus. One, the rarer and more desirable version was a limited to 500 pieces exclusive for the Canadian fan convention TFCon Toronto and was made to fit Classics Optimus Prime. Then there is the D.I.A. Clone Commander, a less rare variation, based on the Chromed Powered Commander variation made to fit Henkei Convoy/Optimus Prime. This version lacks some of the extras that came with the TFCon version but does feature chromed parts, it is still available at some stores. This did cause some controversy due to the sets being so similar, while one was an exclusive and the other was a general release, well as general as a limited-run fan made toy can be.
You want to see more 3rd party toy galleries? Just click here!
More photos from toy blogger Alfes 2010, as he has posted 3 new galleries of the upcoming Masterpiece Movie 02 Bumblebee figure. The second in the new Movie sub-line of the popular TakaraTomy Masterpiece line.
We have mirrored one image of each separate gallery, to view the full gallery just click the images.
The toy blog of Alfes 2010 has updated to show us a mini gallery of the upcoming Transformers United Voyager Class Megatron, this also includes a side-by-side with Henkei Megatron.
We have mirrored three images, for the rest just click here.
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