Fellow Seibertronian aronjlove along with others have told us that Transformers SS 86 Grimlock is being found at Walmarts. He started to trickle in since late last week and should be more available as the days progress. We are getting sightings from across the US. Below you will see images from aronjlove along with images from Pun-3X and foxracing who posted on the TFW2005 boards. You will see comparison shots with leader Beast Wars Megatron and MP Grimlock.
Greetings Seibertronians! Issue #27 of the ongoing IDW Transformers comic is out this week, so you know what that means! It's preview time!
IDW wrote:Transformers #27
Brian Ruckley (w) • Anna Malkova (a) • Livio Ramondelli (c)
“War World: Moon”. Cybertron’s winged moon, untethered from the planet and adrift in space, is in peril—from its slow descent towards the solar system’s star to new visitors who have their own plans for what to do with the moon. Can the remaining scientists and engineers hold their own until back-up arrives from Cybertron?
FC • 32 pages • $3.99
Will you be getting this issue? Let us know in the Energon Pub and stay tuned to Seibertron for all the latest news and reviews!
Greetings Seibertronians! Website Gizmodo (or more specifically, its io9 section), has dropped an exclusive reveal today, that of the existence of Transformers/ My Little Pony: Friendship in Disguise Part II! This four part monthly mini series is of course a follow up to the first, which debuted last year and went on to be a hit with readers.
The creative team are the same from the last venture, writers James Asmus and Sam Maggs, and artists Jack Lawrence and Casey W. Coller are all back for the mechanical, and equestrian mayhem.
While the first mini series was dealing with everyone's favourite Autobots and Decepticons ending up in the Ponies land of Equestria, this time the ponies are brought to Cybertron through an attempt by Megatron to steal the magic from Equestria through Space Bridge technology. Pony and Robot must unite to protect both worlds from a primal evil, unleashed by Megatron's scheme.
IDW have also been on hand, sharing the thoughts of those who are working on it.
“I can't wait to jump back into this world of magical friendships that really is More than Meets the Eye,” says (Sam) Maggs. “It's such a blast coming up with the most fun (and downright weird) pairings of ponies and 'bots, and I think fans of both series are going to be surprised at what's we've got for them this second time around!”
“The first crossover was about as much fun as I've had in my writing career,” says (James) Asmus. “I am hugely delighted that we're not only doing a follow up, but getting to flip the script. In the first series, we got to tell really charming and fun stories by tossing the Autobots and Decepticons into the colorful, magical world of Equestria. But now, dragging dark magic and friendly ponies into the sci-fi world of Cybertron lets us play with brand new tones, toys, and team-ups!”
Editor Megan Brown says, "We are so excited to work with some amazingly talented writers and artists to bring this marvelous mashup back to comic stores! Just like the previous volume, many creators are contributing stories that are going to bring our favorite ponies to Cybertron and beyond, including returning writers James Asmus, Sam Maggs, Ian Flynn, and returning artists Jack Lawrence, Casey W. Coller, Priscilla Tramontano, and Tony Fleecs — all joined by some new, exciting faces! The creators on this series are exceptional, able to bridge the gap between Autobot and pony to make a colorful, vibrant world. We’re thrilled for everyone (and everypony!) to see what we have in store!"
Transformers/My Little Pony: Friendship in Disguise Part II will be available from April and come with a variety of different covers. Cover A by Tony Fleecs, Cover B by Bethany McGuire-Smith, and two Retailer Incentive editions featuring art by Jon Gray and Anna Malkova, respectively.
What do you think about this announcement? Did you read the last mini series? Let us know in the Energon Pub and stay tuned to Seibertron for all the latest news and reviews!
Greetings Seibertronians! Following on from yesterday's sightings and video reviews, fellow Seibertron user, Lore Keeper, has sent over a link to the last toy in Wave 1, Mindwipe!
As before, this is not a reissue of the original Mindwipe Headmaster from the 1987 Generation 1 toyline. Instead this is a redeco'ed Titan's Returns version of the character. Featuring a deco different from the previous versions of the two past releases of this toy. Mindwipes Decepticon Headmaster allies will be released along with the Autobot Headmaster Highbrow.
We have embedded the review below for your convenience:
Will you be picking up this Decepticon? Or are you happy enough with one of this molds past releases? Let us know in the Energon Pub and stay tuned to Seibertron for all the latest news and reviews!
The Seibertron.com Twincast / Podcast is blasting into the new year with your host ScottyP along with Megatronus, Mr. Starscream and xRotorstormx as they look back on the craziness that was 2020 with their robot colored glasses on before peering into their crystal balls, which may or may not be made of shattered glass. Seriously. No goatees on Rodimus here or anything like that.
It is the year 2021. The treacherous year of 2020 has conquered the Twincast's home planet of Earth. But - from secret staging grounds within their homes - the valiant crew prepare to retake their homeland.
Here's what we discuss in this episode:
This episode starts off with a short 2020 retrospective as we look back on the best Transformers toys of the year, as well as those that were sentimental favorites even if they weren't master works.
It wouldn't be a 2020 episode without, well, that darn 2020. The moments that encapsulated a truly odd year are reminisced upon, followed by a continuation of the negative energy with our picks for the worst Transformers toys of the past year.
Next up, prediction time! The cast discusses what they actually expect to see unveiled this year along with some predictions so unlikely they barely even qualify as wishful thinking.
As this episode comes to a close, we wrap up with another round of bragging rights.
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Greetings Seibertronians! As many fans will be aware, Flane Toys produce officially licensed non-transforming model kit's and high end figures, and always seem to have something new on the way. Case in point (and thanks to fellow Seibertron user, blackeyedprime; for sharing this on our forums), Flame Toys have taken to twitter to reveal another new entry in their Furai Action range, Leo Convoy!
Greetings Seibertronians! For all those looking forward to the Walmart Exclusive Transformers Headmasters, we've got great news as thanks to twitter user, @RoboMonsterNerd, we've now had a sighting that these toys are at retail!
These toys were spotted at a Walmart in Michigan.
Thats not all folks, thanks to fellow Seibertron users, and toy reviewers, Lore Keeper and Soundwave8084, we have reviews for most of the wave!
We've embedded the reviews for your convenience:
One thing to remember about these figures is that although they come in G1 style boxes, these are not reissues, but instead Titans Returns Deluxe figures with new decos.
What do you think of these figures, have you bought any already? Let us know in the Energon Pub and stay tuned to Seibertron for all the latest news and reviews!
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Huffer seems to be the breakout star from the Transformers Kingdom line, especially for G1 fans. Now we have a video review of the little guy. While he is indeed a very small deluxe figure, he goes come with extra accessories. You can watch Kremzeek's review below along with still images. This toy is expected to be at retail between April-June 2020.
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