Enjoying the coverage so far, yes? Maybe you would like some more, eh? Quickly done! Thanks also to Seibertron.com member qbkiller94 we have another full gallery on an unexpected robot interloper: Death's Head, part of the Marvel Infinite series! Given the fact that the comic with both him and Death's Head II came out last week, this is quite timely, yes? Click on any of the images below for the full gallery.
As Seibertron.com continues to cover the New York Toy Fair, thanks to staff members El Duque and Seibertron, you'll be seeing all of the Transformers: Age of Extinction new toy release news that we can bring you right here! They're back from the Hasbro press event, and have managed to upload the full galleries of the products we've been seeing so far. The movie line includes the more collector friendly figures, from Grimlock and the Dinobots to the Deluxe class cars like Crosshairs and Drift and the simplified type of toys for younger audiences, which include the massive Stomp and Chomp Grimlock. Take a look at the videos from the showroom below, and click on any of the images to view the full galleries!
Here's the first video, featuring new toys from Age of Extinction brought to us by staffer El Duque.
You can see Grimlock, Bumblebee, Strafe, Lockdown, Hound, and a ton more up close.
Check out some of the images from the Age of Extinction toys here, and make sure to click here to check out the full gallery of all of the Age of Extinction toys! Keep an optic out for more as we get them, and even more video coverage.
And continuing on, here are a couple of additional videos, courtesy of El Duque. Enjoy!
New combatants into the thirtieth anniversary fray include Legends Acid Storm with Venin (redecos of the earlier Starscream with Waspinator, respectively), Gears with Eclipse (retool and redeco of the soon-to-be-released Swerve and what might be a redeco of Swerve's partner Flanker), Skrapnel and Reflector; Deluxes Jhiaxus (retool and redeco of Armada Starscream), Windblade, Crosscut, Rattrap and Beast Machines Tankor; Voyagers Roadbuster and Sky-Byte; Leader Jetfire; and finally, to amp up the dino-tude, an apparent reissue of Masterpiece Grimlock!
Also included is a three-minute video provided by fellow staffer El Duque:
...as well as a video showing off Masterpiece Grimlock and the two Platinum releases, "Year of the Horse" Optimus Prime and Starscream:
The Seibertron.com coverage of the New York Toy Fair 2014 begins here! Staff members El Duque and Seibertron are currently in the Big Apple, taking part in the Hasbro press event, and have been able to send over some preliminary images of the hot new products from the showroom floor, featuring:
- Age of Extinction Generations: High Octane Bumblebee, Crosshairs, Dinobots (Slug, Scorn, Slash, Strafe, Grimlock), Hound, Galvatron, Drift, Optimus Prime.
- Age of Extinction 'for kids': One-step Changers, Power Battlers, Flip & Change, Mega One Step, Stomp and Chomp Grimlock, Dinobot Riders, Dinobots, Dinofire Grimlock, Dinobot Warriors.
- Generations, Masterpiece and Platinum Edition: Leader Jetfire, Voyager Roadbuster, Sky Byte, Deluxe Jhiaxus, Windblade, Nightbeat, Legends Gears and Acid Storm.
- ConstructBots and Kre-O: Movie line customisers, new Microchangers (Grimstone, Lazerbolt, Obsidian, Volcanicon), playsets.
- Miscellaneous: Transformers Rise of the Dark Spark, Games, Mr Potato Head.
Check out the images below, and make sure you keep your optics tuned to Seibertron.com as more, better, larger images and videos will be surfacing as the day progresses!
Thanks to Seibertron himself, currently at the Hasbro press event at the New York Toy Fair, we get a very quick look at the contents of the presentation. This is only a textual summary so far, as no pictures are allowed - but fear not! You're about to get blasted with the full force of the Seibertron.com visual coverage too, so stay tuned for more updates as the day goes on. And keep checking this post for more updates!
Toy Fair 2014
Hasbro Studios Presentation
Started out talking about My Little Pony Equestria Girls
73 "Collector" figures for 2014 ... products that are fan focused.
Beyond toys: digital, lifestyle and entertainment.
Age of Extinction
Movie Generations Deluxe Wave 1
High Octane Bumblebee (new tooling, classic camaro)
Crosshairs (green corvette)
Dinobot Slug (triceratops, all Dinobots are getting a toy)
Dinobot Strafe (2 head Pteradon?)
Movie Generations Voyager 1
Evasion Mode Optimus Prime (looks like movie version of G1 Optimus Prime)
Hound (comes with 7 weapons)
Galvatron (flat nose truck, black)
Optimus Prime (shown at NYCC)
Grimlock (vac metalized)
7 more "classified" figures coming down the pipes later.
Working with IDW and DeNA
Focus on Dark Cybertron story
Legends Wave 3
Gears w/ Eclipse (Swerve remold)
(Jerry coined the term 'autogasm')
Acid Storm with Venin (Starscream repaint)
Nightbeat (retool of IDW Bumblebee)
Jhiaxus (new mold)
Voyager Wave 3
Sky Byte (looks more like a Cybertronian Shark)
5 more "classified" figures coming down the pipes
New scale ... Leader Class
Fall 2014 through 2015
Toys for the Boy
Showed us the quick change Transformers bugatti figure
One step changers ... simple but look like fun.
Flip & Change
Mega One Step
Stomp and Chomp Grimlock
Transformers Rise of the Dark Spark game
Movie and WFC/FOC collide in one game ... looks awesome and very epic
Kre-o Transformers product line
Micro Changers (Movie)
Misfire, Fangwolf, Trypticon and Skarpnel
Jarugar ... and others
Jetwash, Wingpspan, Hawk, Highbrow and one other (slide went too fast)
Custom Kreons: Optimus Prime, Drift, Ratchet, and Lockdown (Movie styled)
Micro changers Combiners: (all new characters)
Grimstone - mollox, Iguanox, Crackback, and Ironeye
Grimlock Street Attack with 3 Kreons (Gold Knight Optimus Prime and 2 Vehicons)
Jail Cell Breakout with Swoop looking dinosaur and 3 Kreons - Evasion Mode Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, and Vehicon)
Lockdown Air Assault with Dinosaur, Lockdown, Sideswipe and Hound
Galvatron's Factory Battle - Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Vehicon, Dr. Littleman, 2 - KSI Workers
GI Joe Kre-o
12 new Kreons (Nunchuk, Night Creeper and others)
Wave 2 with 12 more new Kreons (Night-Viper, Budo, Zartan, and others)
Firebat Attack with Firebat jet and Wolverine tank build
New Terror Drome ... massive, looks awesome (856 pieces) comes with Hawk, Gung Ho, Mainframe, Serpentor, Cobra Trooper, and Xamot
50th Anniversary Collection ... partnering with Toys R Us
Vs 2 packs
Blowtorch vs Heat Viper
Lady Jaye vs Baroness
Low Light vs Night Viper
Snow Job vs Actic B.A.T.
Cobra Viper Officer
Cobra Wolf vehicle with Ice Viper
Ghost Hawk vehicle with Arctic Snake Eyes
Vamp MKII with Flint vs Urban Night Landing Raft with Cobra Eel
Showed us a sneak peak of the 50th anniversary packaging
(not in showroom though ... maybe at Joecon they'll show products)
Star Wars Presentation
Star Wars Rebels
Season 6 of the Clone Wars to be available on Netflix
2 new Clones with show up in Black Label 3.75" line
New Command Series that's like traditional little Army Men figures but with Star Wars
Black Series ... new look for fall 2014
Jabba the Hutt (arms move to open mouth) may or may not come with a movable tongue
Darth Vader Episode VI with removable helmet
Luke Skywalker Episode VI
Sandtrooper Episode IV
3.75-inch figure collection
Whole bunch that they are going to show at SDCC
R5-G19 Episode IV
Luke Skywalker in Hoth Gear Episode V, more film accurate head sculpt
Lot more to come at SDCC
Captain America The Winter Soldier products
Swap and customize gear!
Legends Infinite Series
Movie Captain America
Movie Black Widow
Movie Winter Soldier
Red Skull with cosmic cube
Marvel Now Captain America
Mandroid (fantastically huge ... troop builder)
Amazing Spider-Man Legends
Ultimate Green Goblin
Guardians of the Galaxy
Brings the Marvel world to Outer Space
New cast of Marvel characters to explore
Fantastic new vehicles
Lots of wit and humor
blaster toting raccoon with attitude
Star-Lord Blaster role playing gun
Big Blastin' Rocket Raccoon (about 8 or 9 inches tall, animated, has dialogue)
2.5" figures battle packs with gear (these figures are to be in scale with vehicles)
Milano spacecraft jet vehicle thing
Peter Quill the Star-Lord
Drax the Destroyer
Build a figure Groot (9" tall)
Comic Series Cosmic Iron Man
More reveals at SDCC
Super Hero Mashers
Marvel Infinite Series
Wave 2 Sneak Peek
Red She Hulk
Courtesy of news site USA Today, we get a look at some official pictures of upcoming Age of Extinction toys, from Deluxe to Leader class. The line, also confusingly named Robots in Disguise, includes Grimlock, Optimus, Bumblebee, Drift, Lockdown, Hound, Crosshairs, finally named Stinger and Slash! Check out the images below and remember - this line is intended for quick, easy transformations for a younger audience, as pointed out in the presentation earlier.
Coming later this year, the Transformers: Robots in Disguise line from Hasbro is built with the younger set (ages 5-and-up) in mind and features a variety of characters from director Michael Bay's upcoming fourth Transformers film, in theaters June 27. Many of the toys will be on display Sunday through Wednesday in New York City as part of Toy Fair 2014.
Eighteen Autobot, Decepticon and Dinobot personalities roll out in the One-Step Changers assortment ($9.99 each, available in May). Youngsters can convert heroic Autobots such as their leader Optimus, loyal soldier Hound, the new Dinobot named Slash and former Decepticon tactician Drift — as well as bad guys like ace Decepticon bounty hunter Lockdown — from robot to secondary vehicle or dinosaur form in one move.
Fans of Optimus' trusted Autobot confidante Bumblebee get a treat with his Mega One-Step figure ($29.99, August). Not only can he switch from robot to sports car quickly, but he also comes with a disc launcher. Just avoid shooting the family dog with flying discs, kids.
Children of the 1980s grew up loving Grimlock, and the ancient warrior returns for a new generation with Chomp and Stomp Grimlock ($79.99, August). The Dinobot boasts a chomping jaw and light-up in eyes in beast mode, and has an easy transformation to sword-swinging robot, too. Grimlock also interacts with his fellow toys — he comes with a nonconverting Optimus so kids can relive the extremely nerdy moment from the trailer where the Autobot rides Grimlock into battle, plus unlock sounds and pop-out weapons. Plus, he can be used with other One-Step Changer figures and has different lights and sounds whether you pair him with an Autobot or Decepticon.
Toy Fair 2014 has yet to officially start in New York City, but we're already getting into the swing of things with some preliminary reveals! Today Hasbro were presenting their wares to their investors, and the slideshow was made available to Seibertron.com. They touched upon the following:
- The new film, talking about its theme of 'a truck looking for a friend', and the inclusion of the Dinobots.
- The subdivision of the franchise with Rescue Bots, Age of Extinction and Generations lines for three types of fans, from younger to older.
- CyberTRON Monday: online midnight madness event in May and various launches around the world leading to Age of Extinction premiere June 27.
- The redesign of the brand with new packaging, logos and digital platforms; several new games coming in 2014.
- Demonstrated the new simplified transformation for toys on stage (for younger fans and Age of Extinction), though no footage available. Products included: Stomp and Chomp Grimlock one-step transformation; Mega one-step Bumblebee.
- Rescue Bots taking on new dinobot forms, Optimus becomes Primal - Season 3 announced.
- For the committed fan: Generations and Platinum Edition lines (popular in Asian and North American markets). Products included in presentation are Leader Jetfire, Deluxe Windblade and Masterpiece Soundwave.
- Battle Masters Transformers, previously revealed.
If you wish to listen to the presentation yourself, take a look at the embedded video below, courtesy of Seibertron himself.
Check out below for an overview of what 2014 will bring in terms of transforming robots, including the previously announced Jetfire and Windblade.
In a bit of a preemptive strike leading up to this weekend's big Toy Fair event Hasbro decided to drop an pretty big reveal on us this morning during their Toy Fair 2014 Investor Day Meeting! We have our first toy image of the Fan Built Bot winner Windblade! Not only that we get another shot of the previously revealed Generations Leader Class Jetfire. We'll provide a more detail summary of the meeting later today, but wanted to go ahead and share Windblade. Check out the toy image below.
We just received news, thanks to Seibertron.com staff member xRotorstormx, that not only does Grand Rapids, Michigan, have a relatively new comics convention next November, it will also feature special guests Livio Ramondelli and Mark Mekkes, as well as many more big names in the industry! Check out below for more information on the event.
Grand Rapids Comic-Con Announces First Guests
The Grand Rapids Comic-Con is please to announce that comic book guest Livio Ramondelli and e-comics legend Mark Mekkes will be guests at the annual comic book and popular arts event which will be held at the DeltaPlex in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on November 21-23.
Livio Ramondelli is currently drawing various projects for IDW Publishing. His credits include Transformers: Autocracy and Monstrosity (with Blizzard creative director Chris Metzen and Flint Dille), Transformers: Chaos, Robots in Disguise, as well as covers for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, G.I. Joe, 30 Days of Night and others. He has also provided Star Wars covers for Dark Horse Comics, and Battlestar Galactica covers for Dynamite Entertainment.
Mark Mekkes is a cartoonist, illustrator and writer that has turned his efforts to the world of web comics. Mark is the creator of the groundbreaking e-comics “Zortic” and “Saucer Seekers”, as well as the role playing card game Steam Spy.
“We want to create the best comic and popular arts event in the Midwest,” said owner and co-event coordinator Mark Hodges, “and adding Livio and Mark are a good step for us. We desire to bring to Grand Rapids the best guests available in our field, and we feel that Livio and Mark fit the bill well. We are happy that they have decided to attend our event as guests.”
The Grand Rapids Comic-Con will be held on November 21-23, 2014, at the DeltaPlex Arena and Conference Center in Grand Rapids, Michigan. For more information, please visit the website www.grcomiccon.com.
The official BotCon Twitter feed has posted another teaser sketch for this year's Pirates vs. Knights set, and it's another organic! This one appears reptilian and comes with the blurb, "A Captain needs his Navigator..."
A Captain needs his Navigator... #PVK
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