Thanks to fellow Seibertronian Lord Chaonix we've learned that TonTon on YouTube has posted a video review for the new Transformers Studio Series #54 Voyager Megatron. With a shiny silver paintjob and several design cues taken from his masterpiece incarnation this is a figure sure to be prized by fans of the movies, fans of Megatron, fans of well designed utterly evil looking transforming puzzle robots everywhere. Although most of him appears to be new his chest seems to be a redeco of the Revenge of the Fallen Voyager Megatron. Is this vile villain with a penchant for tearing Autobots asunder on your radar or are you topped out on Megatrons at this point? (As if that were possible). Make sure to let us know what you think in the forums and as always stay tuned to Seibertron for the ultimate in Transformers news!
Thanks again to fellow Seibertronian Chuckdawg1999 we have a combo video review for Transformers Cyberverse Swing Slash Drift and Swarm Attack Bumblebee! These bots are both Warrior class from the fifth wave of Cyberverse. These somewhat new and have only been spotted on the shelves recently. As Chuck notes this Bumblebee is an improvement on the previously released warrior mold. Here's what Chuck has to say: "Drift and Bumblebee are good Warrior Class figures but suffer from the usual Cyberverse complaints of thin and cheap-feeling plastic. Of the two, Drift is the better overall figure but Bumblebee is much better than the original Warrior Class toy, the gimmick works. If you're looking to only buy one figure I'd go with Drift."
What do you think? Are you sold on these molds or are you going to hold out for the Bumblebee revealed at the NYCC? Make sure to let us and Chuck know what you thought in the forum and as always stay tuned to Seibertron for the ultimate in Transformers news!
Both are $34.99 USD and will ship out March 28th, 2020
These new Generations Selects Overbite and Tentakil figures are also available for Australians though the EB Games and Zing Website. The price there is $78.00 AUD each ($53.24 USD) with a $10 AUD deposit. As you can see, the prices don't match up at all with what Pulse is charging on their end, which people already find to be excessive.
Fellow Seibertronians! Many of you are eagerly awaiting the new Transformers Studio Series Leader Class Shockwave and Voyager Class Mixmaster, and thanks to Capcomkai on Instagram, we have images for both new figures! Shockwave is shown to have similar engineering to Studio Series ROTF Megatron, as well as some beautiful looking purple paint and weathering on him, akin to Studio Series Grimlock.
In hand images of Studio Series Mixmaster have also surfaced, but the source of said photos is currently unknown. These photos confirm how Devastator's head will look and work, and it is a nice touch to have it be revealed by opening up the cab and hood in a movie-accurate way.
Both figures are expected to be released January 2020, and can be preordered here.
So, what are your thoughts on these 'Cons? Is Devastator looking a little too hot under his blushing? Or does Shockwave look a little too Megatron-y for you? Tell us in the discussion below, and as always, keep your receptors tuned for more Seibertron news!
An interesting new project has popped up on the Transformers radar: new non-transformable Transformers Bumblebee movie model kits from Trumpeter. These images were posted by Capcomkai on Instagram. There's no current information on price or release but word is they will be rather small, in the range of a Legends class up to a small deluxe class (10-15cm). These images are of what appear to be unpainted prototypes but still show off some articulation and a good amount of detail. Of most interest is the depiction of Shatter in robot mode after she scanned the revved up roadster in the movie. The current roster appears to include Bumblebee, Blitzwing, Soundwave, car scan Shatter, and Optimus Prime. As always stay tuned to Seibertron for any further details as they come to light and share your thoughts in the forum. Enjoy!
Thanks to a heads up from fellow Seibertronian Solipsist we've learned that the G1 Walmart reissue of Optimus Prime has been marked down to $25.00! Many fans were turned off by this toy's high price tag and lack of a trailer. At this new price tag this is one reissue that's hard to pass up.
Click HERE or on the images below to head to Walmart and get your G1 Optimus today! Share your thoughts in the forum and as always stay tuned to Seibertron for the ultimate in Transformers news.
"Transformers: Vintage G1 Optimus Prime Collectible Figure:
Re-creation of the G1 Autobot Commander Optimus Prime figure -- vintage action figure for collectors and longtime fans of the Transformers universe
Reissued figure and packaging both inspired by the styling of the 1984 G1 release
Vintage decoration and sticker decals
Tech specs showing the capabilities of Optimus Prime
Optimus Prime, noble leader of the Autobots, fights for the freedom of all sentient beings
Includes: figure, 4 accessories, label sheet, and instructions.
Figure scale: 6 inches
Ages 8 and up"
The latest episode of Transformers Cyberverse has posted to the official Transformers YouTube page. If you've fallen behind on Cyberverse episodes fellow Seibertronians this is a great episode to jump back on. In the first few moments we get to see a nice little scene with the newly announced build-a-figure Maccadam, Autobots and Decepticons trying to get along, and Starscream further losing his grasp on sanity. Can Slipstream get word of Starscream's plans to the Autobots and Decepticons in time? Will the Scraplets devour everything and send us right back to the Allspark? Tune in and find out! Below we've posted the latest episode along with the rest of season 2 posted so far. Enjoy the views and share your thoughts with the Seibertron crew in the forums. And make sure to stay tuned to Seibertron for the ultimate in Transformers news!
Thanks to fellow Seibertronian Chuckdawg1999 we have a video review of both the Transformers War for Cybertron Siege Spy Patrol and Battle Squad! Any lovers of cassettes or the Micromaster Combiners of yesteryear are no doubt excited about this release. Here's what Chuck has to say:
"These are two fun sets that in the case of the Battle Squad are digging deep in Transformers history. Rumble and Ratbat are good, but I feel require a Soundwave or Soundblaster to get their full effect. The combined weapon mode of the Battle Squad is surprisingly better than I first thought."
Make sure to let us know what you think in the forum and be sure to stay tuned to Seibertron for the ultimate in Transformers news!
What do you get when you cross the iconic Ecto-1 Cadillac from the 1984 Ghostbusters movie with a Transformers robot? A converting Paranormal Investigator, called Ectotron! Commemorate 35 years of both Transformers and Ghostbusters with 1 awesome 7-inch transforming robot figure. Includes: Ectotron figure, Slimer figure, 2 accessories, and instructions.
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