A last little tidbit of news from the #NYCC2019 is the generous reveals for the upcoming creators and covers for Transformers Galaxies #'s 5-12! These were revealed during the IDW panel and later posted to IDW's Editor David Mariotte's Twitter account over the weekend of the #NYCC2019. Below are the tweets that he issued along with the cover images revealed during the panel. There are stories with Cliffjumper, Arcee, Greenlight, their mentee Gauge, and Ultra Magnus on the way, all set in the current War for Cybertron continuity. If the first issue of Galaxies is any indication we're going to be seeing fun and interesting new angles of the current IDW Transformers continuity. Enjoy!
"So these were shown off at NYCC today: TF Galaxies #5 RI-A cover by @Anna__Malkova! The Cliffjumper focused issues 5 & 6 are by @kateleth, @skullmandible, @markerguru, and @dyemooch! Coming in January (and look for more news in the January Previews catalog)!"
"Then we also showed off the A cover to TF Galaxies #7 by @coralus_SF, who is also the interior artist!Written by @SamMaggs this one's going to feature Arcee, Greenlight, and their mentee Gauge, shown here for the first time in her full glory since issue #4 of the ongoing!"
"And, finally, check out the awesome A cover to TF Galaxies #10 by @glovestudios! Andrew, @BrandonEaston, and @teyowisonte are bringing you Ultra Magnus goodness in #10-12, starting in June! Suffice to say, we have a very exciting first year's worth of Galaxies planned!"
Are you gearing up for Galaxies? How long will Cliffjumper survive this time? Will we see Arcee's War for Cybertron toy mold? Let us know in the forums and as always stay tuned to Seibertron for the ultimate in Transformers news!
Thanks to several of our members receiving their e-mail notifications we can say for certain that if you've ordered your Transformers War for Cybertron Unicron, your method of payment is due to be billed at 12:01am on October 8th 2019. Depending where you are that's basically tomorrow. Just a heads up to all those supporters who need to make sure their ducks are in order before the Transformers toy of the century punches through a black hole and arrives here in our dimension to consume all in 2021! Like it says in the e-mailed image below if you need to you still have 30 days to cancel your order. Hop on into the forum and share in the celebration and stay tuned to Seibertron for the latest in Transformers news!
This past week at New York Comic-Con, Hasbro had an unboxing event for the remaining Transformers War for Cybertron SIEGE products for Fall 2019. Seibertron.com attended the event and we are now able to share the pictures with all of you. The figures we got to unbox were Leader Class Astrotrain, Voyager Class Apeface, Deluxe Class Spinister and Crosshairs, Battle Masters Rung and Singe, and Micromasters Rumble, Ratbat, Direct-Hit and Power Punch. Some of the highlights are below. You can check out the full gallery of 200 images from the unboxing event in our NYCC 2019 event gallery section or by clicking on any of the images below.
Autobots, Decepticons, and now, the Mercenaries! Newly revealed at the #NYCC2019 are some old familiar characters making their Siege debut marching under a new third flag in the War for Cybertron saga. We reported on these reveals HERE just the other day, but now we have live video from the showroom floor giving some nice up close shots of the new character and battle cards. And, since we're Seibertron, of course we have a bevy of card images now accessible in our galleries HERE. Click on any of the images below to head to the gallery and enjoy the video from #NYCC2019! Share your thoughts in the forum and as always stay tuned to Seibertron for the ultimate in Transformers news.
We're bringing you some more select images from the #NYCC2019, this time we have the current Transformers Generations Selects offerings Smokescreen, Cromar, and Cybertron Defense Hot Shot, and the 35th Anniversary versions of War for Cybertron Siege Voyager class Megatron and Optimus Prime. Just click HERE or on any of the images below to head to the full gallery. Also below is our video taken of the Generations Selects from the showroom floor. Enjoy!
Make sure to share your view with the Seibertron crew in the forum and stay tuned to Seibertron for the latest in #NYCC2019 Transformers news!
Fellow Seibertronians! The end is nigh! This weekend marks the end of the War for Cybertron HasLab Unicron saga of 2019. This is a major chapter in the history of the franchise and one we will all remember and talk about for years and years to come.
Like any great Transformers story this one has been full of surprises, fan energy, and of course, fun toys. As of this writing we stand at 7,456 backers with 2 days 7 hours and 1 minute to go. Join the fans that have already backed this project by clicking HERE, or if you're so inclined reach out on your preferred social media outlet and let your friends and fan circles know that Unicron is still available.
We may not have much time left, but what do we have? Well, we're Seibertron, we've got images! Galleries and galleries of images from the #NYCC2019 including, of course, Unicron himself, here displayed with his alternate chins, redesigned hands, removable head stand, and mini Hot Rod and Galvatron figures. Click HERE or on any of the images below to head to our Unicron gallery and one more time, to support the project and order your Unicron today you can click HERE.
Enjoy and share your thoughts with us in the forums while you still can!
And as a bonus here is the complete Haslab Unicron offerings video preview from the official Transformers YouTube page. This gives further looks at Unicron's removable head, removable faceplate, articulated eyes, and bonus accessories. You have until 11:59PM EST October 6th! Order yours today!
Coming on the heels of our previous images of the new Transformers Earthrise figures revealed at the #NYCC2019 is our entire image gallery and video taken by our staff on the scene! Our troops also secured images and video of the Hasbro Brand Panel which had some awesome information on what we can expect next year from the line. Click on any of the images below to head to the corresponding gallery, and be sure to click the videos for the showroom display walkthrough and the Hasbro Panel. Enjoy!
"Earthrise continues the War for Cybertron stories following Siege, and is the middle part of the War for Cybertron Trilogy. Earthrise features a return to more Earth based alternate modes, and drops the battle damage aesthetic that Siege utilized.
The new bots shown were Hoist, Grapple, Cliffjumper, Wheeljack, Ironworks, Soundbarrier, Starscream, Optimus Prime as well as some Micromasters.
Here is what we learned from John Warden, concerning all these new toys.
The new gimmick is shields that can connect to base bots to make a bigger base.
While there will still be Battlemasters, there will also be armour based bots that will help build the bases with clear pieces. Soundbarrier, a new character, is who was on display to represent these new bots.
Starscream is based on the classics deluxe and thus the transformation will be almost the same.
Earthrise Prime shares parts with Siege prime but has a different Transformation. The matrix is removeable and he has silver hands.
Cliffjumper comes with the giant cannon he had in the G1 show for one episode. He fits in Optimus' trailer. Cliffjumper is his own mold and not meant to be Bumblebee down the road. You can add modular elements to him (same with Hoist).
Hoist can tow characters or attach to your mini cities and his robot mode can become a bridge like he did in G1.
Astrotrain will be rereleased in Earthrise packaging since he (and Omega) work with the new base building system.
Deluxes like Ironworks are called Modular Battlestations and in earthrise we will be getting the classic bases from g1 turned into partsforming bots."
The Hasbro Live Brand Panel gave some awesome surprises. Here they showed off the 35th Anniversary Optimus Prime and Megatron, Earthrise Starscream, and the double headmaster component for the next Titan, Scorponok!
Plenty more #NYCC2019 images heading your way Seibertronians so stay tuned for the latest and be sure to share you thoughts in the forum!
We have a whole gallery of what was on display on the show floor of NYCC 2019 for the Cyberverse line. This might be the biggest reveal of the show since it gave us something fans have asked for a while, Generations style quality figures of these designs.
Below you will find images for the 4 deluxe class bots revealed. These are different from the warrior class figures since they are as articulated and complex as standard deluxe class Transformers figures. They have the same price point as those as well, $19.99. The toys shown were:
Transformers Cyberverse Deluxe Class Optimus Prime With Matrix Mega Shot Attack
Transformers Cyberverse Deluxe Class Megatron With Fusion Mega Shot Attack
Transformers Cyberverse Deluxe Class Shockwave With Shock Blast Attack
Transformers Cyberverse Deluxe Class Bumblebee With Sting Shot attack
Each one comes with a piece to build a non transforming Maccadam figure. Consider it a bonus, especially when Siege deluxes don't come with a build a figure component and cost as much. It is unsure just how many are needed since while John Warden said 8, it seems Maccadam is made up of 10 different parts. These first four will come with a leg, lower arm, torso and pelvis. They are due January 2020. Clicking any image below will bring you to the full gallery. We also have a video of the show floor that you can check out right below the images.
After our coverage of the upcoming wave of Wizards of the Coast's Transformers Trading Card Game here, we finally have official images of all the cards, as well as it's product copy. These include a variety of obscure to popular characters, all unaligned. Check out the images below to see their beautiful illustrations!
TRANSFORMERS: TRADING CARD GAME
TRANSFORMERS: TCG – WAR FOR CYBERTRON: SIEGE II MERCENARIES
(Ages 6 and Up/ Approx. Retail Price: $3.99/ Available: 11/08/2019)
The Mercenaries are coming to EARTHRISE product in 2020, but fans can get the first taste of them with TRANSFORMERS TCG - WAR FOR CYBERTRON: SIEGE II. The TRANSFORMERS Trading Card Game is a fast-paced, action-packed battler for two players. Each player builds a team of oversized, double-sided TRANSFORMERS character cards and fights for victory, switching their characters between different modes and employing a vast array of weapons and upgrades along the way. Like other TRANSFORMERS TCG Character Cards, Mercenaries are distributed in Booster Packs across varying levels of rarity.
As the battle reaches its crescendo in WAR FOR CYBERTRON: SIEGE II, the AUTOBOTS and DECEPTICONS turn to desperate means to secure victory. The DECEPTICONS wake their most dangerous weapon… the mighty Titan, TRYPTICON!
Each WAR FOR CYBERTRON: SIEGE II sealed Booster Display Box includes 30 Booster Packs and a TRYPTICON Pack. The TRYPTICON Pack contains one Titan-sized TRYPTICON Character Card and 3 large Character Cards as his minions: BRUNT, FULL-TILT and WIPE-OUT! Each WAR FOR CYBERTRON: SIEGE II Booster Pack includes 1 Large Character Card, 1 Small Character Card and 6 Battle Cards. Available at most major retailers and hobby stores on 11/08/2019.
Following up on the images from the floor earlier today, we now have some official images for the newly revealed Transformers Cyberverse figures!
The new Transformers reveals take the Cyberverse toyline in a step towards the mainline quality of figures. The new figures feature more complex transformations and more advanced articulation. They also all include parts for a Transformers build-a-figure and effects parts. The new figures are as follows.
Bumblebee - notable for being a Cyberverse Bumblebee figure that finally utilizes the actual parts from his vehicle mode to form his robot mode, giving us a real roof chest, bumper shoulders, and door wings. He comes with a handgun and his stinger weapon.
Optimus Prime comes with his ion blaster and an opening chest that reveals the matrix. He also includes a blast effect that doubles as a matrix blast from his chest.
Megatron is a more advanced figure that makes a much more convincing tank. He includes his fusion cannon complete with blast effect, and he even has a smirk on his face.
Shockwave once again shows that Cyberverse can produce some pretty dang good Shockwave figures, and he comes with a hand weapon complete with blast effect.
And finally, the build-a-figure for the wave is Maccadam! Maccadam comes in 10 pieces, though if those 10 pieces are divided up solely between the 4 figures listed here is yet unknown. Maccadam is the kindly bartender from Cyberverse who might actually be a member of the 13 and has also shown to be a pretty big help for the present day main cast. Maccadam is non-transformable, but promises to be pretty dang posable with all his pieces.
Check out the images below, and let us know what you think in the comments section below!
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