Jada Toys brings to us a line of highly detailed non-transforming Transformers vehicles. There will be many different sizes of models as well as many different characters from the live action films. We were able to get pictures of Optimus Prime which you can check out in our gallery. You can also expect to see die cast cars of movie Hot Rod, Crosshairs, Bumblebee and Barricade from Jada, which are currently pending licensor approval. We will share with you the latest developments on this line as they are released. Stay tuned!
Please enjoy this video that will give you a 360 degree veiw of this amazingly detailed (and shiny) model.
And here are some photos, you can click on any to go to the full gallery.
Directly from the Javits Convention Center showroom floor at New York Toy Fair 2017, site owner Seibertron has posted a gallery of an extremely limited premium edition set of Transformers Monopoly. Winning Solutions, a premium games company that has collaborated with Hasbro in the past, is working with the Transformers brand team to produce a high-end, G1-themed edition of one of America's oldest board games. Previous premium games from Winning Solutions include popular games such as Monopoly, Clue and Scrabble.
At first glance, the set appears to be framed artwork - suitable for hanging thanks to a friction locking system - featuring a laser etched aluminum 'frame' with classic robotic detailing, and The Transformers: The Movie inspired art by Marcelo Matere. The frame unfolds to become players' money and property trays, revealing a sleek Monopoly board with touches designed to entice fans' sensibilities:
Traditional Monopoly properties represented by classic Transformers characters
Diecast player tokens, including: Megatron (Gun mode), Soundwave (Walkman mode), Starscream (Vehicle mode), Hot Rod (Vehicle mode), Grimlock (Dinosaur mode), Optimus Prime (vehicle mode), Matrix of Leadership, and Unicron (planet mode).
While many details are as of yet unconfirmed and subject to change, Winning Solutions projects an early summer 2017 release date, with a prospective run of 500 sets and suggested retail price of $499. Additionally, each set will likely be hand-numbered and possibly signed by artist Marcelo Matere.
What do you think of this set? Up your alley, not your cup of tea? Please let us know your thoughts in the forums below!
A year later, and at the next Toy Fair in New York, we have another Comicave 1/22 scale collectable figure of Optimus Prime. The figures is a 50% die-cast metal, fully articulated figurine with interchangeable accessories, and LED light features in the eyes. At over 15 inches in height, it weighs close to 3.5 pounds (1.6 kg). Extendable joints at key points of the figure enable extensive posability and playability, as the official description tells us - so check it out in its gallery and below!
As we continue on with the vast amount of content from Toy Fair 2017, we bring to you a new gallery featuring Flame Toys' IDW Drift statue! Flame Toys based this statue on the first Drift mini-series version of the character after his transition from Deadlock. The character is shown to come with swords (cause, why wouldn't he?) as well as a cloak that he used on a couple of occasions. Check out some sample images below, and head to the full gallery to check out the rest of the images.
We will have our own content and coverage of one of the other stragglers from Toy Fair New York 2017, but in the meantime, you can check out the write-up feature that Gizmodo did of the Winning Solutions Premium edition Transformers Monopoly! It's just a robot themed version of the traditional board game, but it does look as though it goes all out in doing so, take a look for yourselves below.
You can find a copy of Monopoly tailored to almost any interest, hobby, or pop culture property. The most popular board game in the world has been endlessly licensed, but this magnificent Transformers version from Winning Solutions raises the bar all the way to Cybertron.
Featuring original artwork inspired by the packaging of the ‘80s toy line, Transformers Monopoly replaces all of the game’s classic properties with Transformers characters. Where you’d normally find Park Place and Boardwalk, you’ll instead find Bumblebee and Optimus Prime as the game’s most valuable spots to buy up on the board. And players don’t Pass Go to collect $200, they instead “Roll Out.” Perfect.
Monopoly’s traditional houses and hotels are also gone in this version of the game. Players collect money to buy energon cubes instead which powers up the characters they’ve purchased to increase the ‘rent’ when other players land there.
Even the game’s money will have you wishing the US Mint created a similar design for the country’s official currency, with Autobot and Decepticon logos featured on each bill.
What really steals the show, though, are the game’s tokens. Hasbro recently reached out to the internet to help vote and decide what all the new tokens for the classic version of the game will look like. But had the options included Optimus Prime, Grimlock, Rodimus Prime, and the Allspark, which all come bundled with Transformers Monopoly, they would have easily swept the voting.
The game is a work of art, so Winning Solutions has designed the game board so that collectors can actually hang it on a wall if they want. Hinged aluminum panels surrounding the board can be folded in (or transformed) to cover everything except the Transformers artwork in the center. Is it a little over-the-top? Without a doubt. But when the game is finally available sometime around July 1 later this year, it’s going to come with a price tag somewhere around $500-$600, so the last thing you’d want to do is shove it back into a closet when you’re done playing.
While Toy Fair is going on in the US, Japan also has a toy show of their own, Wonderfest. This is where this gorgeous statue of Beast Wars Megatron from Prime 1 studios was unveiled. This picture was found on 7777_driver's twitter. It is a companion piece to Prime 1's Optimus Primal which was shown last year.
Comicave Studios has updated us with more images of their upcoming Die-cast statue of Age of Extinction Optimus Prime! Optimus is a beautiful rendition of the character after his redesign in Age of Extinction and includes many accessories and points of articulation. Check out the images and full description below, along with a bonus video!
Omni Class 1/22 Scale Age of Extinction Optimus Prime
Optimus Prime is getting ready to roll out in end August, and begins to ship estimated in September.
We are in the midst of finalizing Prime’s packaging, and you should expect similar structural design to our iconic Omni Class series — Tri-fold packaging box.
The 1/22 Scale Optimus Prime is a 50% die-cast metal, fully articulated figurine with interchangeable accessories, and LED light features in the eyes. At over 15 inches in height, the figure itself weighs close to 3.5 pounds (1.6 kg). Extendable joints at key points of the figure enable extensive posability and playability.
Featured in Transformers: Age of Extinction, Optimus Prime is from the planet Cybertron, and is the leader of the Autobots in the film.
•50% die-cast metal
•Over 60 points of articulation
•LED lighted eyes and interchangeable masks
•Approx. figure height: 15.3 in / 38.8 cm
•Approx. figure weight: 3.5 lb / 1.6 kg
•Articulated flaps on armor
•Die-cast metal legs, and arms
•Ball-jointed shoulders, and shoulder pads
•Double-jointed neck, elbows, knees, body, bendable at upper and lower torso
•Ball-jointed wrist and groin, ankles with bendable boot front
•Extendable joints at chest, thighs, and ankles
•1 die-cast metal Optimus Prime figure
•1 die-cast metal shield
•1 set of battle and face masks
•1 pair of fists (on figure)
•1 pair of sword wielding hands
•1 pair of articulated hands
After Toy Fair 2016 we've heard very little from Comicave and their Age of Extinction highly articulated statues. They now have, however, updated their website with more info and images for the Optimus Prime figure - check them our mirrored below!
50% die-cast metal
LED lighted eyes
Approx. figure height: 15 inches
For full product details: click here
This is a PRE-ORDER item.
Estimated release: August 2016
Kids Logic G1 Super Deformed figures - We've brought you images from various toy fairs and events, we brought you a full video review of Mecha Nations MN08 Devastator, we told you we'd bring you a gallery update too; so here we go!
Clicking on any of the images below will take you to the full galleries for both the MN08 combiner and the 3-inch Kids Nation Mini-Figures TF04 Constructicon team members Hook, Scrapper, Long Haul, Bonecrusher, Scavenger and Mixmaster. Take a browse, check out the video review again, embedded below, and prepare yourselves for devastation... and for the 4000th gallery on Seibertron.com! What do you think will be the big milestone figure..?
After Toy Fair 2016, we've heard not that much from Kids Logic, and their Mecha Nations Super Deformed action figures. However, we now have an exclusive first in-hand look at the MN-08 Devastator set, which includes electronics, visor switches, adorable angriness and overall greenness. Check out our video review below - and stay tuned for an update, featuring full gallery for both the combiner and the 3-inch Mini-Figures Constructicon team members Hook, Scrapper, Long Haul, Bonecrusher, Scavenger and Mixmaster.
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