Thanks to Ben's World of Transformers, we have official images of the San Diego Comic Con exclusive Titan Force set, featuring Autobots Brainstorm and Windblade and Senate enforcer Sentinel Prime. Sentinel is a repaint of his current Titans Return toy, while Windblade is a repaint of her upcoming Robots in Disguise figure in Fortress Maximus colors and Brainstorm is a retool of Wave 1 Blurr. Check out the images and the product description, including the $74.99 price tag, below.
TRANSFORMERS GENERATIONS TITANS RETURN Titan Force Set
(Ages 8 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $74.99/Available at Booth #3329 at Comic-Con International in San Diego)
SENTINEL PRIME has plans to return Cybertron to glory, and he’ll use whatever force is necessary to achieve it. The TRANSFORMERS GENERATIONS TITANS RETURN Titan Force Set allows fans to bring the battle to life. The set features a Voyager Class SENTINEL PRIME figure, DELUXE CLASS BRAINSTORM and WINDBLADE figures, as well as 2 TITAN MASTER figures – AUTOBOT TESLOR and AUTOBOT INFINITUS. Unite the figures together and power up for battle! Fans can also bring the action up a notch by combining the TITAN MASTER figures with the DELUXE CLASS, VOYAGER CLASS or LEADER CLASS Titans Return figures (each sold separately). The Triple Changer SENTINEL PRIME figure can morph between robot, space jet and train modes, with the BRAINSTORM figure converting from robot to CYBERTRONIAN jet fighter, WINDBLADE converting from robot to VTOL jet and Titan Master figures converting from robot to head. The TRANSFORMERS GENERATIONS TITANS RETURN Titan Force Set will be for sale at San Diego Comic-Con 2016. Following the convention, a limited number will be available on HasbroToyShop.com.
Seibertronians, we've got a new review for you! This time it's of the new Takara Unite Warriors Blast Off figure, straight from Seibertronian Chuckdawg1999!
This is the from-scratch figure included in Takara's Unite Warriors Bruticus box set. Check out Chuckdawg's review and comments down below, and make sure to check out Seibretron's gallery of the Hasbro version here!.
Does this review change your mind on the Takara Bruticus set? Will you be getting it, or the Hasbro version? Tell us in the comments below!
And, as always keep it tuned right here, on Seibertron.com, for the latest and greatest Transformers news!
Leave it to Takara to step up and provide a figure most fans want. Blast Off is an all new mold that completes a vintage style Combaticon team. Transformation is smooth and features the best weapon integration I've seen thus far. If you waited to get the Combaticons like I did, this figure, and the set, is worth the pick up.
Thanks to Blacklai's Toybase we have some new in-hand images of the Hasbro Asia Limited Edition Release of the Master Sword! These new images show off the sword in great detail, how it splits in half, the translucent blade, and the blade in multiple figures hands. Check out some of the mirrored images below.
The Transformers Youtube Channel has uploaded another Designer Desk video for us, and today it features Fortress Maximus! Design Managers John Warden and Ed Masiello share their thoughts on Fortress Maximus and his many features as well as some of their thoughts on designing him and how he is one of the largest projects they have ever worked on. Check out the video below, and comment down in the Energon Pub below!
Thought you had seen the last of Seibertron.com's Titans Return Wave 1 Galleries? Already lost that head to one of your figures? Distraught over a lack of Beats in the Night, Sirens blaring, Plays Squeezing and Bulls being Horrible?
Well, fear no more! Seibertron.com is proud to bring to you today our latest gallery, that of the Wave 1 Titan Masters Nightbeat, Loudmouth, Terribull and Crashbash! All 4 are new molds with the G1 toy design for the larger robot face, and they even come with some triple changing rides that can convert your Titan Master into vehicles, planes, beasts, even weapons!
Check out the images below, and feel free to click any image to take you to the full gallery. And keep an eye out, as these figures are now available everywhere!
Seibertron will be providing an image filled written review of each Toysrus Robots in Disguise Exclusive Warrior Figure. The first one up is the Thunderclash/Ultra Magnus themes redeco of Power Surge Optimus Prime.
While this is a white themed redeco of Power Surge Optimus Prime, it has been released first, so this is our first experience with the Power Surge retool of the RID Warrior Optimus mold.
For starters, here are quick comparisons between this particular Toysrus Exclusive redeco of Power Surge Prime and the upcoming wider release of Power Surge Prime.
As you can see, he is principally a retool of 2015's Warrior Optimus Prime and when looking at this toy I can't help but feel a bit retroactively jipped. It mostly deals with the paint apps, plastic used, and accessories.
Firstly, this toy uses a lot of clear plastic while none of the other versions of this mold do. Clear plastic is used on the entire torso (both front and back pieces), the two swords/wings and the removable shoulder blasters.
What says clear plastic means more paint and Optimus has a lot of paint on his chest to give the wanted design against the clear plastic. This figure has a significant amount of paint apps. My favourite actually has nothing to do with clear plastic, it's actually his feet which are painted in two different colours (white and silver) and it's a great result.
The last thing that makes me feel a bit cheated about purchasing the original mold are the accessories. All previous released only came with one axe that didnt store anywhere in robot mode. Yet here at the same price point you get two clear plastic wings/swords that can be stored well in vehicle mode (and hide his obvious legs better) as well as in robot mode where they can serve a dual purpose. What is really awesome is that even though the wings can be pegged and unpegged easily, they were designed in a way that you can rotate them simultaneously without unpegging them and they would never block eachother. You also get these boosters/blasters that peg behind his head in robot mode. This clear plastic piece, which does have some pant as well, can also be stored elegantly under his vehicle mode. And to add insult to injury, he also comes with the same axe. Of course, this is all good news since you get way more bang for your buck here, but it really makes any previous release feel cheap in comparison.
Now onto the retooling.
With the legs, it is only the outer flap piece that is retooled. There are no wheels on that piece for this retool. There is also a hook which I am at a loss as to what its purpose is. It makes the legs look different from any side view.
The chest is where most of the retooling is. The chest and back are basically different pieces entirely from the first warrior.
The arms and shoulders, which turn into the cab, are also changed from the previous mold uses. The panels under the arms are smaller with more of the cab piece present on the shoulders, extending them a bit. This makes the hands more evident.In vehicle mode, that just means that the connection between the arms and shoulders is further down the grill. I find it very cool how they fixed a big problem with no change done to the visuals of the alt mode.
While I didn't care much for the initial release of the mold, I think there is very good value here with good paint apps and a great amount of accessories and I love when I see feedback taken into consideration and a toy improved through it. If you don't have the mold yet, I would suggest giving this guy a try.
We bring to you tonight a pair of news stories regarding the ongoing Transformers: Robots In Disguise cartoon.
The first set of news revolves around a now removed instagram post from Tim Cahill, confirming a Fourth Season is in the works. a screen capture of the post can be found below, and if you look closely, you can see that Frank Welker, the voice of Megatron himself, is present in the picture! While this can only be treated as a rumor until actually confirmed, it appears that Welker is returning to Transformers once more.
The second set of news regards a certain voice actor returning to Transformers. Ian James Corlett, the voice of Beast Wars Cheetor, has announced his return to Transformers via Twitter and the convention panels at TFCon Toronto on Saturday. It has not been said who he would be voicing, but we should find out soon enough.
I was able to purchase the three Toysrus Exclusive Clash of the Transformers 2016 figures from the Robots in Diguise Line: Power Surge Optimus Prime, Starscream and Paralon. Pictures with comparisons to others toys, along with a written review of each will be posted later and in the meantime I wanted to point out the box assortment and post some clearer images of the art and official stock images found on the boxes, which also showcase the transformation.
Here is the box assortment, where we can see that Starscream makes up half of the box (with two Primes and two Paralons). This may be an indication that Hasbro is aware of how sought after this toy would be and that this is indeed the first planned release of this mold and the main release of this character in the warrior class.
Below you will find the box bar codes along with the side art. Only Starcream's art is accurate. Optimus is reused with no change in colour (unlike the toy) and Paralon has the wrong head.
Those images are followed by the back of the box of each of them, which showcases Hasbro's 3d rendered stock images which will probably be featured when these figures are officially revealed. You can also see the transformation steps.
While it seems Starscream has the least steps, he actually turns out to be the most complex. We will dive into this more with the upcoming pictorial reviews so stay tuned.
Thanks to reports from Autobot N and Itscramtastic, we bring to you news of what may be the final mystery figure for the Transformers Subscription Service's, and it is none other than the missing Datsun brother Bluestreak! Bluestreak is a repaint of the Prowl/Smokescreen combiner wars figure, featuring a gorgeous paint job along with his mold's accessories of a triple barreled shotgun and the hand/foot/gun. The Auction where this guy was found can be seen HERE. We have mirrored the images below for you to check out for yourselves.
Seibertron Cyberpath has dropped in to let us know what Yuki has to say to us today. And today, he brings in Hardhead and Skull, and decides to show them off with their little drone buddies.
Hardhead's drone is the little tank figure that will be coming with Terribull AKA Horribull and Skytread AKA Flywheels coated in a green that matched up with his tank mode nicely, making for a double whammy of awesome green tank power.
Skull meanwhile brings in his little buddy whom transforms into a bird and a little T-Rex. Hasbro is using the molds for their Crashbash AKA Squeezeplay and Clobber AKA Grimlock. Skull's little buddy uses the pinkish color that Skull has as well as some purple not found on Skull.
Check out the images below and let us know what you think in the comments section below. These guys are due out very soon, so get ready to finally experience these guys in-hand!
Later this month released LG21 hardhead and LG22 skull comes with small triple Chen the machine. We have played together in the LG series giving new settings and name to this machine, travellers can enjoy.
By the way the machine that came with the hard head's "Butler" is "tankette" skull. Together and collectively partnered loans called in, along with the head master who acts. The big success came in so stay tuned ♪
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