Thanks to a tip from Powered Convoy in our own Energon Pub Forums we're getting some new looks at the upcoming Selects Super Megatron as pre-orders open on Takara Tomy Mall. As the saying goes, he's more than meets the eye! As several keen eyes in the forums had guessed this figure contains all the right parts for the figure to form both Super Megatron in bot and spacecraft modes as well as Ultra Megatron in bot and tank modes. But wait, that's not all! He also has a third face called Ultra Megatron Omega which features a face similar to that of Megatron from the movie Transformers: The Last Knight. What an ambitious figure!
Takara Tomy Mall is pricing him at ¥6,600 (about $60 USD) with release sometime in late September 2020. As with most Takara Tomy Selects releases his orders will only be limited from now until May 7 to Japanese customers. Hasbro Pulse will likely also make him available as they have other Takara Tomy Selects releases in the past, but for now TFSource and the Chosen Prime have opened their orders up for $64.99.
So what do you think of Selects new quasi-quintuple changer? Be sure to let us know in the forums!
Thanks to Seibertronian fonziechavez we have word that the next two Generations Selects Seacons, Kraken (Seawing) and Lobclaw (Nautilator) are now currently available for order on Hasbro Pulse! While it's common knowledge that Pulse had delayed shipping the figures people had preordered, it seems as though once they finally did arrive, they've had additional figures to put up for sale, which is great if you missed out on the limited preorder period. Below is photo proof of fonziechavez' order.
Additionally, please click on a picture of either figure to be taken to their order page and add these two highly anticipated figures to your collection!
JTPrime17, who is part of our Seibertronian community, has posted finding new listings in the Walmart app. these listings are definitely new though it's tough right now to make anything of them, as you will soon see. Here are the complete names of these upcoming toys:
Tra Gen G1 Red Soundwave
Tra Gen G1 Red Megatron
The fact that this is from Walmart, who have had G1 exclusives for the past few years, along with "G1" in the listing could point to G1 toys. But, of course, there's Megatron and we will never have a rerelease of G1 Megatron, the gun, in America. We see that it also has the word "Gen" in there, so it could be part of the Generations line and the "red" being a redeco. Honestly, it could be anything, aside form the aforementioned G1 gun megatron. So let us know what you think.
Thanks to a heads up from Seibertronian TF-fan Kev777, we have news that the newest round of Botbots have made their way to online stores, and are now in stock and available for your purchase!
The botbots series 5 5-packs consists of 3 teams, which are the Party Favors, the Los Deliciosos, and the Cardio Clinique, each of which contain cute little botbots that transform quite easily from an item fitting that description to a little robot. While we do not yet have the Cardio Clinique listing ready and in stock, the Party Favor's and the Los Deliciosos' are ready for you to purchase them and continue to build your Botbot army!
You can follow any of the links below, or you can click on the pictures of the Botbots themselves to take you to the listing. Let us know if you pick them up in the comments section below!
Thanks to multiple Seibertron users, we have news that the new Commander class figure for Transformers War for Cybertron Earthrise has made its way into a video reviewer, who is prepared to give us a good look at this new figure!
Thanks to PrimevsPrime on Youtube, who is a source for early english language reviews of figures in both Earthrise and Studio Series, we have our first video review of this highly anticipated figure, whose name is none other than Sky Lynx, of course. Sky Lynx is basically a quintuple-changer and combiner of sorts, transforming from a space shuttle into a giant bird-dinosaur creature, and then splitting apart into a Lynx and a flying bird thingy, while also now having a shuttle base mode.
Sky Lynx is due out later in the year and retails for around $79.99. Check out the video review below, and let us know what you think in the comments section below!
MTRM-09R Downbeat Premium Version by MAKETOYS is from their RE:Mastered line and is an improved version of the original Downbeat release. This limited edition re-release of Downbeat features all new more accurate paint details, metallic paint applications, and exclusive racing stickers only available with this set. Additional gimmicks and mystery details of this product are to be revealed. This Premium Version of Downbeat is a highly lmited edition release in an all new premium format of figures by Maketoys. Preorder yours today!
From Mega Man X, Mega Man joins the Riobot series adorned in his Falcon Armor. Standing over 6 inches tall, Mega Man X is based on the art of Eiichi Shimizu and features many built in mechanisms to allow for the wide range of motion. Preorder yours today!
Toyworld's TW-C07A Constructor is a deluxe edition release of the mighty construction combiner! This deluxe version includes polymetallic caterpillar, roar head, and a mini Whiskey Jack figure. All six figures transform from construction vehicle to robot and back, and combine together to form the mighy combiner Constructor! Preorder at TFSource:
From the classic Space Knight Tekkaman Blade anime, comes the iconic Tekkaman Blade armor used by Takaya Aiba in the series! Standing over 6 inches tall, Tekkaman Blade is based on the original line art to give you a thinner and tighter Tekkaman, and it comes with die-cast parts and joints that can be pulled out to improve articulation!
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The traitourous and self-serving Decepticon STARSCREAM is the latest gallery for the new Transformers War for Cybertron Earthrise product line. Voyager Class Starscream takes many, many cues from his Transformers Classics mold from 2006, this version features a "more-or-less" cartoon accurate color scheme and additional points of articulation (such as ankle-tilts) and proper null-rays. However, it lacks proper landing gear and waist articulation! Regardless, it's still a great looking Starscream, let alone a great looking Transformers toy. The gallery shows comparison shots with the Henkei version of Starscream as well as the SIEGE version.
The Transformers War for Cybertron Earthrise products have been popping up at various retail chains like Walmart, Target and Best Buy throughout the past couple of months. Make sure to share your sightings with your fellow Seibertronians in our sightings section and sightings forums.
We will be posting more Earthrise galleries over the course of the next couple of weeks. Keep checking back for more! In the meantime, you can click on any of the images below to view the full gallery.
AHOY! Join the largest Twincast crew in quite awhile with ship's captain ScottyP the Host, and sailing pirate crew Counterpunch, Cobatron, Megatronus, xRotorstormx, and cabin boy Tigertrack in a super-appropriate, totally brand new, work from home format. Our topics this time include lots of exclusive toys-- a couple a little select bots by the name of Turtler and Gulf (or Snaptrap and Skalor for some), Walmart Exclusive NETFLIX War for Cybertron Siege Ultra Magnus revelations, and newly visualized Takara Tomy Exclusive Super Megatron--. We finish with some thoughts on one of our most recent comic releases, the 2nd part of the Cliffjumper Galaxies segment, Transformers Galaxies #6. Arrr-you ready, maties?
And finally, we finish with a discussion of one of the most recent (and last for a while) pieces of Transformers media out there, Transformers Galaxies Issue #6. ScottyP previously wrote a review of this issue, but the rest of the Twincast get our turn for sharing about this FUN issue.
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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.
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