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Transformers Masterpiece MP-53 Crosscut Officially Revealed

Transformers News: Transformers Masterpiece MP-53 Crosscut Officially Revealed
Date: Wednesday, July 28th 2021 9:43pm CDT
Category: Toy News
Posted by: william-james88

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All your favourite online specialty retailers now have MP-55 Crosscut for preorder for 89.99. Here is all the info on the upcoming toy set for a February 2022 release.

Transformers Masterpiece Edition MP-53 Senator Crosscut:

Take a spin in a Honda City Turbo with your very own Transformers Masterpiece Edition MP-54 Senator Crosscut! The silver Autobot from Cybertron is back, this time in a licensed Honda Motor Co. Ltd van. Complete with instructions and collector card, kids and adults stuck in the 1980s ages 15 and up will find lots to like with this retro-inspired warrior from another planet. You'll love the van and robot mode, both of which have places to put the accessories.

Product Features
Masterpiece series figure
Made of plastic
Transforms from robot to car
Based on the classic Transformers animated series
Instructions may or may not include English translation
Box Contents
Crosscut figure
Electromagnetic Pulse Emitter
Grenade
Double Vertigo Gun
Clutch Drone
Character Card
Instructions

Transformers News: MP-53 Crosscut Officially Revealed

Transformers News: MP-53 Crosscut Officially Revealed

Transformers News: MP-53 Crosscut Officially Revealed

Transformers News: MP-53 Crosscut Officially Revealed

Transformers News: MP-53 Crosscut Officially Revealed

Transformers News: MP-53 Crosscut Officially Revealed

Transformers News: MP-53 Crosscut Officially Revealed

Transformers News: MP-53 Crosscut Officially Revealed

Transformers News: MP-53 Crosscut Officially Revealed

Transformers News: MP-53 Crosscut Officially Revealed

Transformers News: MP-53 Crosscut Officially Revealed

New EE Pre-Orders for Premium Finish Figures, MP-55 Nightbird and MP-53 Crosscut

Transformers News: New EE Pre-Orders for Premium Finish Figures, MP-55 Nightbird and MP-53 Crosscut
Date: Wednesday, July 28th 2021 9:36pm CDT
Categories: Toy News, Sponsor News
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Name: Transformers Premium Finish SS-04 Deluxe Ratchet

Link: http://q.entertainmentearth.com/?l=1wqpz
Price: $34.99

Description:

The most premium Ratchet yet! Reach past the big screen and build the ultimate Transformers collection with Studio Series figures with a fancy premium finish from Hasbro and Takara-Tomy! Each figure in the Studio Series lineup is inspired by an iconic movie scene and designed with specs and details to reflect the Transformers movie universe. This Studio Series lineup features premium deco, including awesome deco based on the live-action movies! Figures stand at a scale relative to their character's height in the movie and feature vivid, movie-inspired deco. Includes Transformers Studio Series Voyager Class Ratchet figure and instructions.



Name: Transformers Premium Finish War for Cybertron WFC-04 Leader Starscream

Link: http://q.entertainmentearth.com/?l=48bph2

Price: $52.99

Description:

The War for Cybertron is back - with the best detail and most amazing paint yet! Big robots join the Siege with Transformers Premium Finish War for Cybertron WFC-04 Voyager Starscream! This Decepticon air commander takes the bad guy you've loved to hate for decades and gives him a futuristic tetrajet alternate mode, a paint job more in line with the hit Netflix streaming series. Ages 8 and up. The figure includes multiple blasters and a weathered paint job, just like the appearance on the Netflix series.



Name: Transformers Masterpiece Edition MP-55 Nightbird Shadow

Link: http://q.entertainmentearth.com/?l=vdff6w

Price: $145.99

Description:

Based on the original cartoons! Transformers Masterpiece Edition Nightbird Shadow is here and ready to fight Autobots and maybe even a few Decepticons! With cartoon-inspired deco and the Takara-Tomy engineering you love, Nightbird Shadow looks amazing with her black, sivler, and purple finish. Transforms from futuristic sportscar to robot and back again. With tons of articulation and loads of accessories, Arcee will be right at home with your Transformers toys! Figure includes weapons, character card, and instruction sheet.



Name: Transformers Masterpiece Edition MP-53 Senator Crosscut

Link: http://q.entertainmentearth.com/?l=b6ff3v

Price: $89.99

Description:

Take a spin in a Honda City Turbo with your very own Transformers Masterpiece Edition MP-54 Senator Crosscut! The silver Autobot from Cybertron is back, this time in a licensed Honda Motor Co. Ltd van. Complete with instructions and collector card, kids and adults stuck in the 1980s ages 15 and up will find lots to like with this retro-inspired warrior from another planet. You'll love the van and robot mode, both of which have places to put the accessories.

Transformers News: New EE Pre-Orders for Premium Finish Figures, MP-55 Nightbird and MP-53 Crosscut

Review of Netflix Transformers War for Cybertron: Kingdom

Transformers News: Review of Netflix Transformers War for Cybertron: Kingdom
Date: Wednesday, July 28th 2021 10:42am CDT
Categories: Cartoon News, Reviews, Digital Media News
Posted by: ScottyP

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War for Fall of Cybertron
A Review of Transformers: War for Cybertron, "Chapter Three: Kingdom"

Spoiler Free-ish
Transformers News: Review of Netflix Transformers War for Cybertron: Kingdom

Almost a year after Siege and another half of one departed from Earthrise, the final chapter of that Transformers Netflix series we thought we always wanted has arrived. Multi-channel brand synergy dictates that this chapter must make the worlds of War for Cybertron and Beast Wars collide, and for more on that here's the official synopsis provided by Netflix:
Having crash-landed on Earth, the Autobots and Decepticons are confronted by two rival Cybertronian factions from a future that their conflict has inadvertently created, as the heroes and villains of the classic BEAST WARS: TRANSFORMERS series make their WAR FOR CYBERTRON debut. Now the Autobots must team up with the Maximals to confront the Decepticons, who have joined forces with the Predacons, in the race to find the missing AllSpark. However, the Predacons are in control of the Golden Disk, a mysterious artifact which has a personal connection to Megatron and gives him an untold advantage over his enemy, Optimus Prime. Which faction will triumph in the final battle that will decide the fate of Cybertron’s future?
Does this chapter redeem the trilogy after the lukewarm Earthrise? Read on to find out, or tune in anytime after July 29th at 3 AM Eastern Daylight Time to make up your own mind.

Transformers News: Review of Netflix Transformers War for Cybertron: Kingdom
Siege III: With a Vengeance

Beast Wars fans are in for their first, or maybe second, foray into a world of ambivalence where you have to forget the characters you knew before and be ready to start fresh with new iterations while also keeping in mind the general archetype of the character you knew before because the new version will lean on that. If that sounds confusing, just ask a G1 fan about what this is like, as that's been happening for ages with constant new iterations of G1 characters that are close to their original portrayals but still just off enough that it's easier to compartmentalize them as a new thing entirely. When things pick up with the Maximals and Predacons on Earth, it's similar to what you remember from Beast Wars but indeed completely different under the surface, so be prepared for this. The provided setup works within the context of the story being told and through the course of the series' six episodes both the Maximals and Predacons feel like welcome, fitting additions - or at least they do through five episodes, but more on that later.

Transformers News: Review of Netflix Transformers War for Cybertron: Kingdom

I spent a lot of time in the first episode reflecting on the voice portrayals of the beast characters, and much will rightfully be made about a very questionable casting choice with Marqus Bobesich performing the role of Beast Wars Megatron. New voice actors in established roles is not only fine, it's an inevitability, so while I personally would have loved to hear David Kaye again the reality of the series' apparently low budget for voice talent (or maybe it's some typical corporate anti-union thing, who knows) dictates that some new voices are going to get used instead. The issue is, as it has been since Siege, voice over director Philip Bache. Bobesich sounds downright uncomfortable in the role, there's a strain at times which makes Beast Megatron feel more like a moody teenager than a Predacon Commander. The performance isn't necessarily bad, but it does make me feel sorry for the actor having to do something clearly outside of their practiced range. Bache's questionable handiwork is found many other times, with Beau Marie's Tigatron waxing and waning between "oh my god what is this?" and "this is just fine, actually", Justin Pierce's mostly well done performance of Optimus Primal having a notable spot or two of missed enunciation and a brief monologue with his back to the camera that has the speaking beats of a high schooler reading lines from a script for the first time, and of course Frank Marnocha's Siege Megatron and Jake Foushee's Siege Optimus can't go the whole series without a weird start-and-stop exchange that will put you to sleep, though they do find time to creep these iterations closer to their much, much better performances of these characters in Cyberverse.

A full-blown review of just the voice acting could occur, but since no one wants to read that much, know that it isn't all bad and is in fact mostly in that previously mentioned category of "this is just fine, actually." Jeanne Carr's Blackarachnia nails the character's tone, Krizz Kaliko sounds like he genuinely gets Dinobot, Erin Ebers provides great emotional range for Airazor and Andy Barnett might just make you love Rhinox all over again. Rattrap is picked up by Frank Todaro, who also voices Starscream, and it's this recurring role that steals the show as far as the voice-talent goes. As the story progresses, Starscream is given what I found to be one hell of a character arc, and Todaro is superb every step of the way in his portrayal of the legendary Decepticon Air Commander. A+ voicework can be achieved with D- direction after all.

Transformers News: Review of Netflix Transformers War for Cybertron: Kingdom
What'd you say about my shoulders?

The wider story carried through Kingdom is best left unrevealed here. It's nothing complicated, but if I get into detail implicit spoilers will immediately follow. Instead, let's talk about the writing on this chapter, because there are times when it feels like two different shows got pieced together. Mae Catt (whose name is not a Scottish pun about a cat writing television), who fans may recognize from Transformers: Cyberverse, handles the odd numbered episodes 1, 3 and 5 while Tim Sheridan, who wrote episodes on Siege and Earthrise, handles the even numbered ones. The odd numbered episodes, though mostly episodes 3 and 5 since they don't have so much expository work, do something very pleasantly surprising which was absent for most characters in Siege and Earthrise. These episodes build characters through dialogue and interactions where entertaining things are said that are still relevant to the plot and its supporting actions. Soundwave gets snappy and snobby with Megatron, Rattrap calls Optimus Prime "the truck", Wheeljack doesn't want to give something a literal Whirl - they're all moments that are small but end up being large in your memory. The even-numbered episodes aren't totally devoid of such moments, for instance, Hound's confusion over Optimus Primal's first utterance of "Maximize!" is great stuff. The issue in these comes down to a couple notable things, for one, how they suddenly insist upon the Autobots and Maximals being argumentative well after it's established that they're going to get along fine now. There are also some banal exchanges that threaten to stop any momentum dead, while in others, characters say things that either make no sense or are unconvincing, only for other characters to somehow totally follow them or be totally convinced into something. Either the characters in episodes 2, 4 and 6 are the stupid ones or I am; no offense taken if you choose to believe the latter.

Apart from some of the dialogue the greatest single improvement in Kingdom as compared to Siege and Earthrise, at least writing-wise, is the pacing. There wasn't a stretch of chore-like episodes in this one, which was a very welcome change that made this brief binge-watch much more fun.

Transformers News: Review of Netflix Transformers War for Cybertron: Kingdom

The production itself is going to be very unsurprising to those who have already watched Kingdom's predecessors. Fantastic texture work and some downright amazing key frames continue, and perhaps the greater achievement here by Polygon is how they've managed to make the Maximals and Predacons look right at home beside the Autobots and Decepticons, even in beast mode. There are moments where the color work will amaze as well, but maybe I'm only noticing this now that I can watch Netflix in 4K HDR - thanks, Playstation 5. The only visual frustration this time around came in the overuse of bokeh on the edges of the screen. This show is almost literally too dark at times to watch during the day on an LCD or LED television, which is what most fans are probably going to have. The Maximals weren't the only ones despairing when the sun set in episode 2.

The score by Alexander Bornstein must be mentioned, because suffice it to say that I was extremely critical of it in my previous War for Cybertron reviews. Outside of some recycling/call-backs to previous scoring, Kingdom opts for a more traditional sound in its score, and the improvement is downright exponential. Having a score that finally feels, mostly, like it's trying to be its own thing is extremely welcome and appreciated.

Verdict
Transformers News: Review of Netflix Transformers War for Cybertron: Kingdom
Mederi vibes in this one, at least sort of

There's a segment of Transformers fans that is quick to apply hyperbolic praise to this series for being serious and edgy and dark, but the world sucks enough and while I personally want Transformers fiction to treat me like an adult some of the time I also want it to actually be fun to watch. With Siege and Earthrise I have a hard time saying they were fun experiences in retrospect. Kingdom was, mostly, a fun experience while retaining a slightly chunibyo quality, for better or worse. The final episode is a bit by the numbers and quick to wrap up a great deal of plot, but two episodes would likely have been too dragged out, so I'm not sure what the best answer here was. Things did feel like they got in a hurry to wrap up the trilogy and it left the impact of the beast characters in the dust for the most part, but at least they weren't totally forgotten like the Mercenaries from Earthrise who never appear or are even mentioned once in Kingdom.

Transformers television usually finds its stride somewhere in the middle of or late into a second season, and for the War for Cybertron trilogy this definitely applies. The last couple episodes of Earthrise spill into Kingdom and finally get on with telling a story that you want to watch. While there are enough things that still aren't as great as they could be holding it back, Kingdom is the most fun chapter of the trilogy by a wide margin.

Final Score - Kingdom
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The ending is satisfying but does manage to tease at least a possibility that more stories in the War for Cybertron universe could occur. I don't think we need that and to be more specific, the creative reins should be handed to either the Cyberverse team or totally new talent, but this trilogy was a good step in the right direction and a remarkable improvement over the Prime Wars trilogy which I still can't bring myself to even finish watching. It's no all-time great, but take another step up or two from here and Transformers' original streaming series pedigree might start to really attract more long-term attention.

Final Score - War for Cybertron Trilogy
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Seibertron.com was provided with complimentary advance screening access to Transformers Chapter Three: Kingdom by Netflix for the purpose of this review. "Thank you" to Netflix and Hasbro for this access!

Review for IDW Transformers Beast Wars #6

Transformers News: Review for IDW Transformers Beast Wars #6
Date: Tuesday, July 27th 2021 11:45pm CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Reviews
Posted by: william-james88

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Dénoument

A review of Beast Wars issue 6

Light spoilers


Transformers News: Review for IDW Transformers Beast Wars #6


This will be a short review because I tend to be more lengthy when I complain than when I praise or am simply having a good time. And that's what this issue was, a good time. Here is some praise for the writing, it was the very first time that I could read the lines with the characters' voices in my head. Which is something I have been unable to do at times in this comic, which is not ideal when your main goal is to give your readers a familiar setting to expand on.

But as of now, I'm good. This issue serves as a fitting end to the six part introduction arc and is similar to how the second episode of the show wraps up. The stand out this issue was Megatron and the weakest link s Cheetor, not due to characterization but because there is just very little of him in this first arc.

Transformers News: Review for IDW Transformers Beast Wars #6


In terms of art, I am fine with it too. The style is not for everyone but I felt more comfortable with it now than before, for the robot modes. I like the nice sheen given to Primal and I don't mind his almost gundam wing looking helmet. However, the beast modes are still offputting to me, where the exaggerated and angular style works much better for robots and vehicles than it does biological creatures like rats and Dinosaurs (though Burcham's Terrorsaur looks great in both modes).

Transformers News: Review for IDW Transformers Beast Wars #6


My one issue with the art is more about how it does not synch with the words being uttered all the time. For instance, there is a scene where Dinobot says he is facing five Predaccons but there are only 4 in front of him. I actually have no clue who he is referring to in that scene since he himself took one out of commission (in a great callback kind of way) so maybe the error doesn't lie with the art at all but the editing. Someone didn't catch that there were 4 Predacons standing in front of Dinobot in the shot (as there should be). While it may seem I am spending an awful long time on just a few lines, this is where we get the big money shot of the issue and it is the peak of the climax so it definitely sticks out as an error we didn't need. And it could have easily been fixed with changing one word in a few sentences uttered.

Transformers News: Review for IDW Transformers Beast Wars #6


In the end, this was a good issue. Looking back on this first arc, it was not all great, but I did have a lot of fun as a Beast Wars fan with these most recent 2 issues. And I am looking forward to what is next for our heroes and villains.

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Video Showing Who the Cyberverse Toys are Made For

Transformers News: Video Showing Who the Cyberverse Toys are Made For
Date: Tuesday, July 27th 2021 11:27pm CDT
Categories: Reviews, Site Articles, Editorials
Posted by: william-james88

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Cyberverse toys don't get big reveals from Hasbro and it's easy to see why, they aren't made with older fans in mind, and those are the people paying attention to reveal videos. So we make sure to give all the info on new Cyberverse toys found at retail or in new listings so that those who care about any Transformers toy can be kept up to date. And it's always odd to see a decry from fans whenever we post about Cyberverse toys. There's already two lines made with fans in mind, so why can't there be a full on acceptance that some toys are made just for kids? It's those who watch the Cyberverse show afterall, and having a toyline for kids based on the current kids show is the backbone of our wonderful hobby. So we are posting this cute video below of a 3 year old showing off some of his Cyberverse toys and having fun with them (why not turn Starscream into a boat?). If anyone needed a reminder, this is who these toys are made for.


Premium Finish PF SS-04 Ratchet and PF WFC-04 Starscream Fully Revealed

Transformers News: Premium Finish PF SS-04 Ratchet and PF WFC-04 Starscream Fully Revealed
Date: Tuesday, July 27th 2021 5:25pm CDT
Categories: Cartoon News, Movie Related News, Toy News
Posted by: Emerje | Credit(s): AmiAmi

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If you want what will likely be the perfect version of Studio Series Ratchet then the Premium Finish line (lines?) has you covered. And if you want an even dirtier version of Siege Starscream for some reason then they've got you covered there, too.

PF SS-04 Ratchet right off tones down the day glow green of the original release and gives us a much more accurate yellow-green. And the new paint work on the head pulls out all the right details in his face that the blob of gray paint from the original figure never could. The rest of the new paint details throughout his body make this almost look like a new mold. The rescue truck mode isn't so bad itself adding extra touches of silver to the top and wheels and sharpening up the tampographs on the sides. This will be a must have for many Studio Series collectors.

PF WFC-04 Starscream is, as expected, not much different from the original Siege figure, just with a lot more grit and wear. The figures don't share any of the same "damage", but the new version has a lot more of it, especially in the Tetra Jet mode, which was already quite a bit. only real obvious pallet change is the red used appears to be a little paler and his face is now gray instead of silver. Outside of that there's a little extra red on his lover wing tip and his "belt" now goes around his sides instead of just the front. For most this will be an easy pass.

Both figures are due out in January 2022 and will be available outside of Japan through Hasbro Pulse and many of the site sponsors you see on this very page.

Transformers News: Premium Finish PF SS-04 Ratchet and PF WFC-04 Starscream Fully Revealed

Transformers News: Premium Finish PF SS-04 Ratchet and PF WFC-04 Starscream Fully Revealed

Transformers News: Premium Finish PF SS-04 Ratchet and PF WFC-04 Starscream Fully Revealed

Transformers News: Premium Finish PF SS-04 Ratchet and PF WFC-04 Starscream Fully Revealed

Transformers News: Premium Finish PF SS-04 Ratchet and PF WFC-04 Starscream Fully Revealed

Transformers News: Premium Finish PF SS-04 Ratchet and PF WFC-04 Starscream Fully Revealed

Transformers News: Premium Finish PF SS-04 Ratchet and PF WFC-04 Starscream Fully Revealed

Transformers News: Premium Finish PF SS-04 Ratchet and PF WFC-04 Starscream Fully Revealed

Transformers News: Premium Finish PF SS-04 Ratchet and PF WFC-04 Starscream Fully Revealed
Original stock photos for comparison:

Transformers News: Premium Finish PF SS-04 Ratchet and PF WFC-04 Starscream Fully Revealed

Transformers News: Premium Finish PF SS-04 Ratchet and PF WFC-04 Starscream Fully Revealed

Transformers News: Premium Finish PF SS-04 Ratchet and PF WFC-04 Starscream Fully Revealed

Transformers News: Premium Finish PF SS-04 Ratchet and PF WFC-04 Starscream Fully Revealed

Transformers News: Premium Finish PF SS-04 Ratchet and PF WFC-04 Starscream Fully Revealed

Transformers News: Premium Finish PF SS-04 Ratchet and PF WFC-04 Starscream Fully Revealed

Transformers News: Premium Finish PF SS-04 Ratchet and PF WFC-04 Starscream Fully Revealed

Transformers News: Premium Finish PF SS-04 Ratchet and PF WFC-04 Starscream Fully Revealed

Transformers News: Premium Finish PF SS-04 Ratchet and PF WFC-04 Starscream Fully Revealed

Transformers News: Premium Finish PF SS-04 Ratchet and PF WFC-04 Starscream Fully Revealed
Original stock photos for comparison:

Transformers News: Premium Finish PF SS-04 Ratchet and PF WFC-04 Starscream Fully Revealed

Transformers News: Premium Finish PF SS-04 Ratchet and PF WFC-04 Starscream Fully Revealed

Five Page Preview of IDW Beast Wars #6

Transformers News: Five Page Preview of IDW Beast Wars #6
Date: Tuesday, July 27th 2021 10:32am CDT
Category: Comic Book News
Posted by: ScottyP | Credit(s): IDW Publishing

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The first arc in IDW's new Beast Wars series, "Savage Landing", is set to conclude with tomorrow's release of Beast Wars #6. IDW Publishing has provided a five page preview of the book as well as its brief solicitation text which provides some information about what to expect:

(W) Erik Burnham (A/CA) Josh Burcham
"Savage Landing", Part 6! It's a siege on the Axalon as the Predacons attempt to end the Beast Wars before they even begin by bringing down the Maximals and their base! As Megatron and his loyal (?) troops launch their assault, one bot on Optimus Primal's ship decides to put it all on the line to help the others turn the tide.

The series will still be ongoing after this unlike many of IDW's recent Transformers titles which were mini-series, so don't forget to keep Beast Wars on your pull list for issue 7 and beyond! Check out the preview pages below, and as always keep it here at Seibertron.com for all the latest Transformers comic book news.

Transformers News: Five Page Preview of IDW Beast Wars #6

Transformers News: Five Page Preview of IDW Beast Wars #6

Transformers News: Five Page Preview of IDW Beast Wars #6

Transformers News: Five Page Preview of IDW Beast Wars #6

Transformers News: Five Page Preview of IDW Beast Wars #6

Transformers News: Five Page Preview of IDW Beast Wars #6

Transformers Masterpiece MP-55 Nightbird Shadow Revealed

Transformers News: Transformers Masterpiece MP-55 Nightbird Shadow Revealed
Date: Tuesday, July 27th 2021 8:50am CDT
Category: Toy News
Posted by: william-james88

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We now have beautiful images of the newly revealed Masterpiece MP-55 Nightbird Shadow. The images show us that while there is retooling on the chest (and of course, head), it still has the same issue as Arcee where the breast plate is set lower and not flush with the side. However, due to Nightbird's collar, it doesn't seem as apparent when looking from the front. It definitely works better on her than Arcee, who's longer collar was not cartoon accurate.

One important point to note for those decrying that this toy is odd in terms of not being as G1 accurate, this toy is not purely based on the G1 character. While the G1 character was called Nightbird in Japan, this is a Masterpiece version of "Nightbird Shadow" which is a different character, heavily based on G1 Nightbird. Nightbird Shadow is from the Legends continuity (the comic that an with the toyline of the same name in Japan) and it was a mass produced bot that could transform and had this same altmode. So this toy is a Masterpiece version of that continuity/toyline. While that is a new facet within Takara's Transformers Masterpiece line, it isn't new that other toylines are homaged since we also have Beast Wars and Diaclone all within this same Masterpiece toyline.

While there is no listing yet, one will be posted soon so stay tuned. The MSRP is 17,600 yen.

Transformers News: Transformers Masterpiece MP-55 Nightbird Shadow Revealed

Transformers News: Transformers Masterpiece MP-55 Nightbird Shadow Revealed

Transformers News: Transformers Masterpiece MP-55 Nightbird Shadow Revealed

Transformers News: Transformers Masterpiece MP-55 Nightbird Shadow Revealed

Transformers News: Transformers Masterpiece MP-55 Nightbird Shadow Revealed

Transformers News: Transformers Masterpiece MP-55 Nightbird Shadow Revealed

Transformers News: Transformers Masterpiece MP-55 Nightbird Shadow Revealed

Transformers News: Transformers Masterpiece MP-55 Nightbird Shadow Revealed

Transformers News: Transformers Masterpiece MP-55 Nightbird Shadow Revealed

Transformers News: Transformers Masterpiece MP-55 Nightbird Shadow Revealed

Transformers News: Transformers Masterpiece MP-55 Nightbird Shadow Revealed

New Buzzworthy Bumblebee Crash Combiners and Worlds Collide 4 Pack Found in US at Target

Transformers News: New Buzzworthy Bumblebee Crash Combiners and Worlds Collide 4 Pack Found in US at Target
Date: Monday, July 26th 2021 10:59pm CDT
Categories: Toy News, Sightings
Posted by: william-james88

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We have new US Sightings for the Buzzworthy Bumblebee line. Firstly, the Crash Combiners Primelock and Bumblegrim were found at a Target in Milltown, New Jersey. Secondly, at that same Target, the Worlds Collide 4 pack (the one with Fangry) was also found. While it was previously found at Walmart, it was never in the system. This time, it very much is, since we've already seen the listing for this Target exclusive, and is priced at $84.99 USD. The Walmart inventory was clearly a mistake and you should probably only look at Target if you are on the hunt for this set.

If you have found them, share your sightings with our community in the sightings section and on our boards in your region related thread.

Both sightings come from TFW2005 user shadow panther. Vector Oracle from the same site, shared some in hand images of the crash combiners for those curious of the new decos.

Transformers News: New Buzzworthy Bumblebee Crash Combiners and Worlds Collide 4 Pack Found in US at Target

Transformers News: New Buzzworthy Bumblebee Crash Combiners and Worlds Collide 4 Pack Found in US at Target

Transformers News: New Buzzworthy Bumblebee Crash Combiners and Worlds Collide 4 Pack Found in US at Target

Transformers News: New Buzzworthy Bumblebee Crash Combiners and Worlds Collide 4 Pack Found in US at Target

Transformers News: New Buzzworthy Bumblebee Crash Combiners and Worlds Collide 4 Pack Found in US at Target

Transformers Kingdom Titan Ark and Commander Rodimus Prime found at Target

Transformers News: Transformers Kingdom Titan Ark and Commander Rodimus Prime found at Target
Date: Monday, July 26th 2021 10:35pm CDT
Categories: Toy News, Sightings
Posted by: william-james88

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We have news that Transformers War for Cybertron Kingdom Titan Ark and Commander Rodimus Prime have been found at US retail. They were both found at Target. O.Supreme's family found the Ark and Instagram user @inpursuitoftoys found Rodimus at a Target in Arizona. O.Supreme used Brickseek in his quest, here is what he posted:

o.supreme wrote:Well it looks like miracles can still happen, my wife and daughter just reported finding The Ark at our local Target.
So I am happy to report that Brickseek still does work with Target DPCI 087-16-4340 for the Ark if anyone is interested. (Looks like 3 of the 10 stores in my area might have got one case this morning)
Rodimus Prime is 087-16-4302.


If you have found them, share your sightings with our community in the sightings section and on our boards in your region related thread.

Transformers News: Transformers Kingdom Titan Ark and Commander Rodimus Prime found at Target

Transformers News: Transformers Kingdom Titan Ark and Commander Rodimus Prime found at Target

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