Fellow Seibertronian, Carytheone has spotted a 20% off sale for all Robots in Disguise toys at his local Toys R Us Store. According to the smaller print on the sign it will run from 3/24 to 4/15 which is plenty of time to grab a figure that you have been wanting.
If you don't have a Toys R Us close by don't worry! Some figures from Robots in Disguise, Rescue Bots and Titans Return have been marked down on ToysRus.com. Free shipping is available for purchases over 29$.
Just when we thought the mystery of Titans Return Brainstorm was over, it pops back up again! Today in a Hasbro catalogue for the Polish market, it was revealed that Brainstorm will be getting some sort of European release, along with some listings for The Last Knight, Rescue Bots, and Robots in Disguise toys. It's unknown if this elusive toy will be an exclusive to a particular store, or how wide-spread the release will be, so if you happen to spot one in the coming weeks, please let us know! Here's some screenshots of his listing (with new product shots and European packaging), and you can find the entire Hasbro catalogue here!
Stay tuned to Seibertron.com for any updates on this story.
Thanks to multiple source outlets, we have a swarm of new in-hand images for you to check out of the latest round of Takara's Movie the best line!
First up, from twitter user アルフェス2010 we have a slew of new images of the leader class Optimus Prime! This figure is a re-release of the Buster Optimus Prime mold that comes with his swords, blaster, hooks, and even his bladed knuckles!
The same twitter user also gives us some in-hand images of the new Dinoriders Grimlock and Strafe! Grimlock is a repaint of his Age of Extinction voyager toy while Strafe is a repaint of his deluxe toy. Both come with a small rider figure, with Optimus Prime mounting his mighty dino-steed and Bumblebee finally living up to his name and soaring through the clouds on Strafe's back.
Hobby Search continues the new images with packaging images of the above mentioned dinoriders, with Grimlock and Strafe found here respectively.
Finally. Lapooza Mega store has posted a Facebook video of the 2 little figures, Prime and Bee, that come with the Dinoriders. Check out all the images and video below!
Several Seibertronians have let us know that the delayed TFSS 5.0 figures have now started to reach their owners! The first box contains a pair of deluxes in the form of Fractyl and Lifeline, with little Scorponok and Quickslinger joining the larger pair. If you ordered your TFSS 5.0 figures, start checking your mail, your figures are on their way!
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Earlier this week, Paramount treated a small group of die-hard Transformers and Michael Bay fans to a special Transformers The Last Knight Super Fan Event. The day began at Universal Studios, continued on to the Paramount Lot in Hollywood, proceeded to Bay Films in Santa Monica where we hung out with Michael Bay for about 90 minutes, and the day ended at the IMAX Headquarters in Los Angeles where Bay showed us an additional 25 minutes of various footage from the upcoming Last Knight film. The images below are a small sampling of our galleries from this exciting day. Each image links to a larger gallery. Special thank you to Michael Bay and Paramount for putting together an amazing experience for those of us in attendance. Without further ado, check out the full galleries by clicking on the images below.
Transformers The Ride - 3D at Universal Studios Hollywood
Next on our agenda, we were treated to a special Paramount Lot Tour complete with cameos by Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, and Dr. Phil! We even got to check out the Technicolor sound stage where they were working on the audio for several scenes from Transformers The Last Knight, though unfortunately we weren't allowed to take pictures during that part of our tour.
Transformers vehicles from The Last Knight
Some of the "real" stars of the Transformers The Last Knight film were present at Paramount today including Optimus Prime (Western Star 5700 XE), Bumblebee (Chevrolet Camaro), Crosshairs (Chevrolet Corvette C7 Stingray), Drift (Mercedes-AMG GT R), Barricade (Ford Mustang police car), and Mohawk (Confederate Motorcycle). Unfortunately, Megatron and Hound weren't available. Images from last year's set visit in Detroit with additional vehicles can be seen here or you can view the ones on Paramount's lot here. In addition to the galleries below, we also have a video available on our YouTube channel.
Bay Films and IMAX HQ visit
Paramount surprised us further by taking us over to Bay Films in Santa Monica, CA, where Transformers Director Michael Bay visited with our group for the next 90 minutes, showing us things he was working on currently with The Last Knight. After dinner, we all headed over to IMAX Headquarters a few blocks away where Michael Bay showed us approximately 25 minutes of promotional footage that will be shown at Cinema Con. We had photos opps with him, a couple of beverages, and enjoyed our time visiting with him and the folks from Paramount and IMAX. Amazing experience! More on my thoughts about the footage at a later date.
Movie star handprints at Grauman's Chinese Theatre
This gallery includes a random sampling of the signatures, handprints, and footprints of various movie stars outside of the famous Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, CA. I tried to keep the gallery to ones I thought some of you might enjoy seeing (and then the ones my Mom requested)!
Fellow (and new!) Seibertronian MachineHeart88 has shared with us a video review / look at the new and upcoming Takara Tomy Transformers Masterpiece Megatron, in its second incarnation in the line! Check it out below, along with some images from TFW2005's user tco's in hand images of the Decepticon leader in his many faces.
This is the video on hand Megatron 2.0 prepared to customers who have ordered before
The product is very good at painting. Good match with large metal parts at gun mode.
Via another Seibertronian, MadProject, we have one new image of a previously only glimpsed Decepticon character in Transformers: The Last Knight's toy line-up: Voyager class Nitro! The image, found on Weibo, seems to come from an instruction sheet, and has very little details other than the black and white rendering of the toy. Nonetheless, check it out below!
Fellow Seibertronian Deadput has shared with us a link to old friends Transformers Dioramas in Brazil, who have covered the 34th Toy Fair for Latin America (ABRIN 2017) - and we get a look at even more packaging and size comparisons for upcoming Transformers: The Last Knight movie toys! Including the likes of Sqweeks, Megatron, Barricade, Dinobots Slug and Slash, Optimus Prime and his gigantic backpack, Leader Megatron in all modes, and much more, the full post with gallery and Portuguese descriptions can be found here, and a selection of images are mirrored below!
Fellow Seibertronian Qwan has a breakdown of most price points part of the Transformers: the Last Knight toyline in Australia. These are in Australian dollars.
Qwan wrote:A new department store just opened up in my area yesterday, and naturally I went in to check the Transformers they had. No new figures unfortunately, but I did find a bunch of price tags for TLK stuff (the actual prices are covered by green "product temporarily unavailable" tags, but you can totally see through those). So whether it's news or not, I can confirm the prices for Last Knight stuff in Australia (plus confirm which sizes will definitely be showing up at mass retail - there might be more than these but the classes here are basically confirmed for mass retail release)!
Legion: $8 ($1 less than the current RiD Legion figures!)
Premiere Deluxe: $29 ($4 more than TR Deluxes, same price as RiD Warrior)
Voyager: $49 (same as TR Voyagers)
"Armour Asst" (Armour Up figures?): $39
12" Titan Changers: $25
"Tango Bumblebee"?: $49
Turbo Changers: $19
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