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New Titanium Transformers Galleries Online Now!

Transformers News: New Titanium Transformers Galleries Online Now!
Date: Monday, January 15th 2007 10:36pm CST
Categories: Site News, Toy News
Posted by: Hotrod | Credit(s): Seibertron.com

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Well Seibertron is back at again. He is continuing to work hard to bring you the best toy galleries on the net. This time Seibertron has posted four all new galleries featuring Titanium Transformers. He has posted 76 images of Scourge. 40 high quality photos of Laserbeak. He completes the Titanium Decepticon releases with an amazing 99 picture gallery of Soundwave. Seibertron did not stop there! He also posted an astounding 83 image gallery of Rodimus Prime. When you finish viewing these four awsome new galleries, do not forget to check out all of Seibertron.com's Toy Galleries.

Prototype images of Megatron and a new version of Optimus Prime

Transformers News: Prototype images of Megatron and a new version of Optimus Prime
Date: Monday, January 15th 2007 9:01pm CST
Categories: Movie News, Toy News
Posted by: Seibertron | Credit(s): Anonoymous User, Vegeta999, XeroSyphon, P.B.

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They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Do two pictures equal two thousand words? Let's find out ...

New prototypes of Megatron and Optimus Prime from the Transformers Movie:

Optimus Prime and Megatron movie prototypes

Optimus Prime and Megatron movie prototypes

This follows the news from earlier tonight of a different version of movie Optimus Prime.

First Image of Transformers Movie Optimus Prime Prototype

Transformers News: First Image of Transformers Movie Optimus Prime Prototype
Date: Monday, January 15th 2007 7:27pm CST
Categories: Movie News, Toy News
Posted by: Hotrod | Credit(s): Robogeek28 of TFW2005

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We have seen several toys for the upcoming Transformers Movie, but we have yet to see what Optimus Prime would look like. Now we have our answer thanks to Robogeek28 of TFW2005. Robogeek28 has posted an image of an Optimus Prime prototype from the Transformers Movie. Check the image out by clicking here.

Optimus Prime prototype from Transformers Movie line

Classics Optimus Prime vs. Megatron 2 pack Out now in the UK

Transformers News: Classics Optimus Prime vs. Megatron 2 pack Out now in the UK
Date: Monday, January 15th 2007 2:41pm CST
Categories: Toy News, Sightings
Posted by: Hotrod | Credit(s): Transformers @ The Moon

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Transformers Classics 'The Ultimate Balttle' Optimus Prime vs. Megatron 2 pack is out now in the United Kingdom. The 2 pack was found at an Argos on the east side of London. The set has also been found in Harrogate, North Yorkshire. The set is only 19.99.

Philippine Jollibee Kids Meals to feature Transformers Cybertron Robots

Transformers News: Philippine Jollibee Kids Meals to feature Transformers Cybertron Robots
Date: Monday, January 15th 2007 2:30pm CST
Category: Toy News
Posted by: Hotrod | Credit(s): transfansph.multiply.com, and TransFormers Philippines

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Today, we have some interesting news out of the Philippines. While the Transformers Cybertron series is coming to an end in the United States, it looks like the Philippines will still be promoting the series. Jollibee, a fast food chain in the Philippines will be running a promotion with their kids meals. Each kid's meal will come with a Transformers Cybertron Robot Blasters figure. There are four figures in the set. They are Optimus Prime, Vector Prime, Jetfire and Megatron. These figures look similar to the Legends of Cybertron figures. You can view images of the figures
here and read an article about the Transformers Cybertron Robot Blasters here.

Diamond Comics Shipping List For January 17th, 2007

Transformers News: Diamond Comics Shipping List For January 17th, 2007
Date: Monday, January 15th 2007 11:48am CST
Category: Comic Book News
Posted by: Seibertron | Credit(s): Diamond Comics Distributors

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The products on the list(s) below from Diamond Comic Distributors, Inc. are expected to ship to comic book specialty stores on the indicated date(s) below. Note that this list is tentative and subject to change. Please check with your retailer for availability.


Products available this week on January 17th, 2007:

  • SEP063256 GI JOE SNAKE-EYES DECLASSIFIED HC $29.99
  • NOV063656 TRANSFORMERS SPOTLIGHT ULTRA MAGNUS $3.99

    There are no Transformers or GI Joe products available next week on January 24th, 2007


    Product Codes

    (O/A) offered again
    (PI) please inquire at your store
    (MR) mature readers
    (RES) resolicited
    (Note Price) new price increase

  • Full color Testshot of Transformers Movie gamebot

    Transformers News: Full color Testshot of Transformers Movie gamebot
    Date: Monday, January 15th 2007 1:54am CST
    Categories: Movie News, Toy News

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    Ebay seller spx_toys has put up another auction for a Movie figure test shot, and this time it is the handheld gamebot. Unlike the earlier prototype images seen here, this one is a full color testshot. Judging by his highlight colors of green, black and purple we are assuming he is a Decepticon. If you notice on his chest there is a image of Cybertron Jetfire swooping in, before him is a scope. This image could be seen as a game to try and shoot down Autobots, there is also a Deceptcion symbol at the right hand bottom corner of his screen.

    Check out the auction here!

    Shelf Warmers on the Other Side of the Ocean

    Transformers News: Shelf Warmers on the Other Side of the Ocean
    Date: Sunday, January 14th 2007 8:21pm CST
    Category: Site Articles
    Posted by: Hotrod | Credit(s): Professor Smooth

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    We have added another article to our article section. The latest endeavor comes from our very own Professor Smooth, who has been spending a lot of time in Japan. He has written an article about Japanese Transformers Shelf Warmers. So without any more delays here is Professor Smooth's article:


    Shelf Warmers on the Other Side of the Ocean

    Throughout the long history of The Transformers, there has been two constants from the very beginning. Optimus may have given way to Rodimus; Powermasters may have been replaced by Actionmasters; and Beast Wars may be been replaced once again by Robots in Disguise, but no matter the premise, the gimmick, or the homage, there have always been shelf warmers. You see them all the time. Nobody wants Cybertron Defense Scattorshot. Nobody wants the Beast Wars Rhinox reissue. You can probably still find a Beastformer if you hunt around at a couple of K-Mart stores. If you're anything like me, you often pondered an alternate reality where GOOD figures, figures that someone might actually want, lined the shelves. Why should you be doomed to spend an enternity looking at unwanted mini-cons when Japan is getting figures that collectors gladly shell out for? Well, I'm here to tell you that Japan is no different. Just as there are Toys R Us stores in Japan, there are shelf warmers here too.

    Yes, Seibertron.com readers, Japan has shelf warmers too. Not only shelf warmers, but peg warmers and overstock warmers as well! So what figures that you've thought about importing clog the shelves in the land of the rising sun? I've been to several Toys R Us stores and brought back a detailed report on just what the Japanese won't spend their hard earned yen on.

    You may remember that Takara released Beast Machines a few years back as “Beast Wars Returns” and most of the TF shelf-space is taken up by those figures. Toys R Us Japan had the exclusive rights to sell these figures. As turns out, that means they had the exclusive rights to STOCK them because, let me tell you, they did not sell. Ultra Jetstorm and Nightscream are in WIDE supply. Rattrap and Cheetor are out in force. You'll find the occassional Optimus Primal (Blast Punch) or Megatron (Dragon) with Tank Drone, Strika, and Obsidian making occassional appearances.

    Robot Masters was a popular import line when it debuted. Online retailers blew through their early stock. So too did Toys R Us Japan. However, Gigant Bomb and the Thundercracker/Skywarp 2-pack STILL hog a ton of shelf-space. Each of these figures would only set a collector back 1,000 yen (about 8.50 USD), but those collectors just aren't buying.

    Galaxy Force sold out completely. There is only ONE item from the entire line that can still be found. The Blurr/Buzzsaw two-pack has that honor. Like the Robot Masters figures, they only run 1,000 yen for, but every Toys R Us has a TON of them.

    Takara has had great success with their line of reissues. Re-releasing characters that fans and collectors want has had people on both sides of the Pacific snatching them up. This proved that when a hard-to-find and high-demand toy is offered again, sales are fantastic! Takara seemingly set out to prove the opposite was also true when they reissued G2 Convoy. This reissue of Laser Optimus Prime usually has an entire shelf to itself. At 4,999 yen, it's not hard to see why. Nice figure, but with MP-04 around, it's almost redudant.

    There is a Binaltech figure that has clogged the shelves of every Toys R Us retailer I've been to. This will either come has a shock or a complete no brainer, depending on how you feel about the figure. It is the Japanese exclusive Binaltech Yellow Tracks figure. Takara, in al their infinite wisdom, released Tracks as a yellow 'Vette. The figure was, in short order, re-released with the correct blue color scheme and the character's signature flame-decal on its hood. Yellow Tracks, still available more than 2 years after its release at the bargain price of only 3,000 yen (26.50 USD).

    The most surprising shelf-warmer, in my opinion, makes sense on further inspection. Not a single one has sold since I've been in Japan. I've checked. The award for most expensive shelf-warmer is: Masterpiece Starscream. TakaraTomy released the best Starscream figure to date. Easily surpasing the G1 and Robot Masters version of the character and arguably outdoing even Hasbro's Classics Starscream. Then, for reasons outlined by the creator in the included booklet, gave it a paint scheme that looks absolutely nothing like the character. No doubt TakaraTomy thought that the awesomeness of the mold would be enough to sell the figure. No doubt TakaraTomy thought wrong. Masterpiece Starscream is a shelf-warmer the likes of which have not been seen since Supreme Cheetor. At 7,999 yen, it doesn't look to be flying off the shelves any time soon. Fortunately, the second constant of Transformers has always been “repaints.”

    Transformers Classics Case Assortments

    Transformers News: Transformers Classics Case Assortments
    Date: Sunday, January 14th 2007 8:10pm CST
    Category: Toy News
    Posted by: Hotrod | Credit(s): Steevy Maximus of TFW2005

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    Many people have been having a hard time finding the very popular Transformers Classics Jetfire figure. Well, that is about to change. According to Steevy Maximus of TFW2005 Jetfire should start being a lot easier to find. The latest Classics cases have the following break down:

    2x Optimus Prime
    2x Jetfire

    Megatron has been removed from the cases and a second Jetfire has been added. So, if you have been putting off getting Megatron you may want to pick him up. Also everyone should start seeing Jetfire on shelves.

    Toyfare Interview With Transformers Movie Writers Online Now

    Transformers News: Toyfare Interview With Transformers Movie Writers Online Now
    Date: Sunday, January 14th 2007 8:03pm CST
    Categories: Movie News, Media
    Posted by: Hotrod | Credit(s): Michaelbay.com

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    Earlier this week we reported here that Toyfare #115 features a five page article about the upcoming Transformers Movie. The article was an interview with Transformers Movie writers Alex Kurtzman and Robert Orci. Now Michaelbay.com has updated with scans of the interview. You can check out lincks to the scans by clicking here.

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