Thanks to the Transformers Instagram account and Hasbro themselves, we have word that there have been a pair of reveals this Saturday morning, which includes 2 new figures and 2 reissues of older figures you all might not have gotten.
Up first, we have the long suspected Thundercracker and Skywarp from the Earthrise Starscream mold, which are being released in a 2-pack together. They both appear to be straight repaints of Starscream, with no alternate head immediately apparent.
And second, we have another 2-pack which features the Decepticon clones, which were originally released in Titans Return. These 2 clones, which consist of Pounce and Wingspan, appear to use the Takara decos. Whether or not the Autobot clones will be re-released to go with their counterparts is unknown.
These will both be Target exclusives.
Check out the images below, and let us know what you think of them in the comments section below!
Transformers: Generations -- War for Cybertron: Earthrise WFC-E29 Voyager Seeker 2-Pack
(Ages 8 and Up/Approx. Retail Price $59.99/ Available 7/3/2020)
Add key Seekers to expand your Seekers army collection! Skywarp and Thundercracker join the Earthrise Seeker lineup in this special Seeker 2-pack! Standing at 7-inches, the Decepticon Seekers, Skywarp and Thundercracker, convert into classic G1 jet modes in 30 steps and each come with 2 Null Ray blaster accessories that attach to the figures in both robot and jet mode.
Build the Battlefield Beyond -- The siege is over, but the War for Cybertron has just begun. The Autobots and Decepticons have left Cybertron, but their battle rages on as they speed through space in pursuit of the Allspark. Now, fighters must instantly adapt to battle anywhere in the cosmos. With the advanced A.I.R. (Adaptable Interconnection Retrofitter) Locks system, fighters don’t head to the battlefield -- they become it. Bots capable of converting into Modular Battle Stations can A.I.R.-Lock together in custom configurations to fit the needs of battle. Available at Target.com and in-store 7/3/2020.
Transformers: Generations -- War for Cybertron: Earthrise WFC-E30 Decepticon Clones 2-Pack
(Ages 8 and Up/Approx. Retail Price $24.99/ Available 7/24/2020)
Here comes double the trouble! The Decepticon Clone figures, Pounce and Wingspan, come together in this one exciting pack. Inspired by the classic G1 cartoon, these figures are brothers with twin robot modes, both standing at 3.5 inches. The vicious infiltrator, Decepticon Pounce, converts to puma mode in 9 steps and the driven Decepticon data processor, Wingspan, converts to eagle mode in 7 steps.
Build the Battlefield Beyond -- The siege is over, but the War for Cybertron has just begun. The Autobots and Decepticons have left Cybertron, but their battle rages on as they speed through space in pursuit of the Allspark. Now, fighters must instantly adapt to battle anywhere in the cosmos. With the advanced A.I.R. (Adaptable Interconnection Retrofitter) Locks system, fighters don’t head to the battlefield -- they become it. Bots capable of converting into Modular Battle Stations can A.I.R.-Lock together in custom configurations to fit the needs of battle. Available at Target.com and in-store 7/24/2020.
If you are in the Japanese market, or just in the market for obscure redecos of 9-year old figures, have we got news for you! According to a post on Snakas Blog, the May issue of Japan's TV-Kun magazine will include a clear plastic redeco of Legion Class Bumblebee from Dark of the Moon, which came out in 2011. However, this figure is branded as "Thunder Spark Bumblebee" and is being associated with the Cyberverse line. Check out the pictures below.
What do you think of this figure? Let us know in the comments below, and thanks to Seibertronian ScottyP for the heads up on this head-scratching figure.
Thanks to Dengeki Hobby, we have some new images to bring to you of upcoming Studio Series figures Deluxe Class Roadbuster, and Voyager Class Scrapper. While Roadbuster (and his wavemates Offroad Bumblebee and jet mode Shatter) is starting to make his way out to mass brick-and-mortar retail, Scrapper isn't due out until next month. These images also seem to be somewhat desaturated, color-wise. I've seen Roadbuster on a shelf, and his green is more vibrant than shown. Scrapper will likely match the other Constructicons color-wise as well. Until then, please enjoy these images, and feel free to discuss these figures below!
Thanks to regular YouTube reviewer PrimeVsPrime, we have a highly anticipated video review to bring to you today! While we've seen all the Constructicons in individual reviews, and he teased their fully combined form in his review of Overload, we can at long last see Devastator in all his towering, terrifying glory! He does focus on each different part of the combined figure and goes over the articulation and also does some fun size comparisons.
While Mixmaster and Scavenger are the most recent figures to be released (and we've already seen Hightower, Scrapmetal, Rampage and Long Haul), most of us will have to wait a bit longer- Scrapper isn't due for several more weeks, and Overload isn't due to be released until the 4th quarter of this year.
So what do you all think? Are you excited to finally see this figure come to life? Let us know what you think below, and stay tuned to Seibertron for all your Transformers news!
Takara Tomy has posted a new manga on their site. This continues the story that started in the Generations Selects Star Convoy manga. The links to the pages are below. What is interesting here is that we see two features that the Super Megatron toy will most probably possess (I say that only because we have yet to see stock images confirming it). Firstly, we see that he has two faces with different insignias on his forehead. But more importantly, we see the tank mode which takes influence from the Ultra Megatron design. This would explain the tank threads found on the toy and we can see what lies inside the cannon when the front is folded back.
We have some big news for you fans of the Marvel G1 Wreckers and of the Cyberverse show in general: the Ultra Class Rack n' Ruin toy is now available on Amazon.com right now!
Rack n' Ruin was a comic original character from the Marvel G1 comics, where they served as members of the Wreckers, and much like their buddy Impactor, they made quite an impact with readers of the day. they briefly showed up in the IDW comics, but until Cyberverse, that was about the limit of their fictional appearances, with no toys either.
But then Cyberverse happened, where Rack n' Ruin became show characters and proved to be quite fun in the show. And with their show appearance, they have finally been granted a toy in the form of this Ultra Class figure, which is quite posable for the size class, much like Clobber, and is available for $19.99. You can pick it up at the above link, and let us know what you think in the comments section below!
We have two news items for this repaint heavy toyline. Firstly, the first wave of deluxe figures for the Netflix Transformers series figures is out in Canadian Walmarts. The voyagers were also out a bit earlier and you can see some reviews here. Those deluxes consist of Chromia, Scrapface, Sideswipe, Decepticon Disguise Mirage and Hound. You can view reviews of those here.
For the US though, we have other news. We have received several e-mails from fans showing us that Walmart contacted them to let them know that their orders for the voyagers would be delayed. We don't know if the toys will show up in shelves before.
After a year, we finally know what that Transformers Generations Selects Super Megatron actually looks like. I will let you be the judge of the images below, coming from Dengeki Hobby. The bottom half is tooling based on the voyager Ttans Return Galvatron mold (making that mold no longer unique). We see him in Megatron and Spaceship mode but we all know he had a third mode as does the Galvatron toy he is based on so there might be more to this toy than meets the eye. This voyager sized bot is 6000 yen, so around $55 USD. He will be released in September.
Also, in case anyone thinks it's an April Fool's joke, this was actually posted on April 2nd in Japan.
Thanks to our sponsor BigBadToyStore, we have some new images of Super 7's line of licensed Transformers ReAction figures. This is a line that takes its inspiration from G1 characters' animation models, and gives them Action Master-style (i.e. non-transforming) figures on retro themed packaging.
The latest figures to be shown in the line include G1 stalwarts Shockwave, Alpha Trion, Mirage, and Astrotrain.
Click on any of the above pictures to be taken to the preorder page, where you can check out the rest of the figures. These four are set to be released sometime this month.
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