Remember that really big, really expensive, really battered version of movie Prime that 3A was set to create? Well, it appears they are nearly ready to send the figure out to all us collectors!
Three A has now shown off the figure and there are plenty of pre-orders that have now gone live. For a reminder, this figure is one of those massive collectible moving/posable statues. The pre-orders currently have him for around $430. Check out a pair of images below from Three A and the pre-orders from our sponsors that have gone live.
To any Russian Seibertronians out there, this news is for you! Thanks to the TFW user SovietBot, we have our first sighting of the 4th wave of Titans Return deluxes over in Russia! They were spotted at a toy store called "Detskiy Mir" for 1700 RUR (or around $29 in the US)
Take a look at the photos provided below, and please let us know if you've seen any new toys down in the comments!
Boulder Media, which is an Irish-based animation company based out of Dublin and whom was bought by Hasbro last year, has been confirmed to be working on a new Transformers Series! This information comes to us in the form of a Newsletter where Boulder Media discusses upcoming projects such as the new Transformers animated series, a new My Little Pony, and even Micronauts are mentioned! Now, we have no information regarding what the TV series would be or whether or not it will be related to current projects, but I am sure we will find out soon enough!
In the meantime, you can follow the above links to check out Boulder Media and you can see some copied text below regarding the new press release!
DUBLIN and PAWTUCKET, R.I. – Boulder Media, which was acquired in 2016 by Hasbro, Inc. (NASDAQ: HAS), is adding several new animation positions to its operations in Dublin. To house the expanded team, Boulder Media will be relocating to a larger studio space in the summer.
The Studio, which currently employs a crew of 160, is ramping up its hiring significantly to support its growing production pipeline. Boulder Media is currently recruiting for positions in conceptual design, 2D and 3D animation, as well as animated CG feature film.
“We couldn’t be more thrilled about the opportunities we can offer our crew,” said Robert Cullen, creative director, Boulder Media. “We’re bringing to life some of the world’s most famous and popular brands here in Dublin. It’s unique and very special both for our studio and the local industry.”
The Studio’s expansion will support a growing slate of entertainment around Hasbro brands such as TRANSFORMERS, LITTLEST PET SHOP and MICRONAUTS, as well as animated series on behalf of third-party clients.
“At Hasbro, we are very fortunate to have an extraordinarily robust brand portfolio, and we’re excited to be working with the team at Boulder to bring our brands to life through storytelling for more audiences through more platforms than ever before,” said Stephen Davis, executive vice president and chief content officer, Hasbro, Inc. “As we build our storytelling capabilities across TV, film, digital and social media, we’re looking to add talented, passionate, perpetually curious crew to our award-winning team of animators.”
Speaking about the announcement, Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Mary Mitchell O’Connor T.D said, “This is a great announcement for Boulder Media and is an important next step for the Dublin operation in terms of the scope, scale and intensity of activity at the studio. This expansion will allow for future job growth and increase the numbers of films produced by this Company. I wish all the team the very best at this exciting time for the company.”
Hasbro is a client of the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation through IDA Ireland.
Commenting on the expansion, Martin Shanahan, CEO, IDA Ireland said, “The expansion adds critical mass to a thriving Irish animation sector, further highlighting Ireland’s place as one of the most dynamic and creative hubs in the world.”
Interested parties can view available positions at www.bouldermedia.tv; or email email@example.com.
Isabela Moner has made quite a splash in her time with Transformers: The Last Knight, and it seems her splash is continuing to get bigger.
Thanks to a Press Release from CinemaCon, we can now tell you that Moner is set to receive the Rising Star of the Year award! This award is not uncommon for a Transformer actor, as Rose Huntington-Whiteley received the award for her part in Dark of the Moon and both Nicola Peltz and Jack Reynor received the award following Age of Extinction.
You can follow the above link to the CinemaCon's page to check out the release and other material, and also check out the copied release text dealing with Isabela herself below!
ISABELA MONER TO RECEIVE “CINEMACON® RISING STAR OF THE YEAR AWARD”PARAMOUNT PICTURES TO RELEASE “TRANSFORMERS: THE LAST KNIGHT” NATIONWIDE ON JUNE 23, 2017
WASHINGTON D.C. (March 24, 2017) – Isabela Moner will receive the “CinemaCon® Rising Star of the Year Award,” it was announced today by CinemaCon Managing Director, Mitch Neuhauser. CinemaCon, the official convention of The National Association of Theatre Owners (NATO) will be held March 27-30, 2017 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. Moner will be presented with this special honor at the “CinemaCon Big Screen Achievement Awards” ceremony taking place on the evening of Thursday, March 30, at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, hosted by the Coca-Cola Company, the official presenting sponsor of CinemaCon.
“With a starring turn in her first big budget action packed feature film, Moner is sure to make her name known to audiences around the world when she stars in this summer’s ‘Transformers: The Last Knight,’” noted Neuhauser. “We are thrilled to honor this young talent with this year’s ‘CinemaCon Rising Star of the Year Award.’”
Moner will star this summer in “Transformers: The Last Knight,” releasing in theatres nationwide on June 23, 2017 via Paramount Pictures. “The Last Knight” shatters the core myths of the Transformers franchise, and redefines what it means to be a hero. Humans and Transformers are at war and Optimus Prime is gone. The key to saving our future lies buried in the secrets of the past, in the hidden history of Transformers on Earth. Saving our world falls upon the shoulders of an unlikely alliance: Cade Yeager (Mark Wahlberg); Bumblebee; an English Lord (Anthony Hopkins); and an Oxford Professor (Laura Haddock). There comes a moment in everyone’s life when we are called upon to make a difference. In “Transformers: The Last Knight,” the hunted will become heroes. Heroes will become villains. Only one world will survive: theirs, or ours.
Best known for her starring role as CJ on Nickelodeon’s “100 Things To Do Before High School,” actress, singer, dancer and songwriter Moner has appeared in “Legends of the Hidden Temple: The Movie,” and “Middle School: The Worst Years of my Life.” In addition to “Transformers: The Last Knight” Moner will star opposite Benicio Del Toro and Josh Brolin in “Soldado,” the highly anticipated sequel to “Sicario.”
Fanaticon, a Comic-con of sorts taking place in Mexico, is set to show off some Transformers: The Last Knight material during the event! While we cannot confirm what sort of promotional material will be shown off, we can confirm for you that some toys will be present and the event is being hosted by Paramount Mexico. We can also confirm some sort of Last Knight material based on a pair of photos that have made their way to the internet, and include a look at the backdrop display for the feature as well as what appears to be the Transformers: Forged to Fight trailer playing on the screen.
Check out the images below, and stay tuned for what comes out of the event!
After hearing that Season 3 of Robots in Diguise wasgetting a Spanish dub we have more news for you in regards to the upcoming season.
To begin with, Hasbro studios has announced that Season 3 of Robots in Disguise is now up for offer, meaning the season is now available for TV networks to air.
On that note, Teletoons Canada has a TV listing that shows a new episode of Robots in Disguise set to air this Saturday, April 1st! This means that the new season is potentially finally about to air.
And to round things off, Hasbro Studios Official Sales Guide has shown that the upcoming season should contain 26 episodes. The guide showed that Robots in Disguise was set to air for 71 x 22 minute episodes, and as 45 episodes have already aired, it leaves 26 episodes left to air.
Stay tuned for more Robots in Disguise news, as we keep you updated on the new Combiner Force season!
Fellow Seibertronians Cyberpath, DecepticonFinishline and supermegaultrababe found a video showcasing the transformation of MP-36 Masterpiece Megatron. The reviewer is Chinese and decided it would be best to have sentences at the bottom of the video as it plays to music. We don't get the best sense of the reviewer's opinion, aside from some really cool aspects in the transformation and a thumbs up here and there, but this should give you all a good idea of what is involved with this toy. Many were wondering if Takara could do what no one else did so far and do a pleasant transformation that didn't take forever, so now you be the judge to see if that happened. MP Megatron comes out early April, how many of you have preordered him, and how many are still waiting to see if he is worth his high price before making the plunge?
Hello everyone large and small, and welcome to another Seibertron.com pictorial review session! Today, we will be taking a close look at the 2 new Warrior class figures of the Robots in Disguise line: Blurr and Soundwave!
To begin, we will look at Blurr.
This figure is supposed to represent the Rescue Bots version of Blurr as he becomes the first Rescue Bot character to cross over into the more advanced toylines. Now mind you he does not look exactly like the character people came to love in Rescue Bots, but then again, did Sideswipe and Bumblebee look exactly the same between shows?
Overall, this figure does look really cool! His colors are pleasing to the eyes and he does have a pretty well thought out color scheme that makes him look pretty sexy.
Below, you will find a pair of comparisons, one with the Titans Return Hot Rod and the other with Combiner Force Primestrong for size comparisons.
He stands about your standard height for a deluxe/warrior figure, and his proportions looks similar to Hot Rod's in that the arms feel a bit too long and the shoulders a bit too high. But overall he still looks good.
His blaster is fairly cool looking, though the translucent plastic used for it would have been better in an actual solid blue, at least to me.
Inspired by Seibertronian Mr.Black, he can also cast a great running pose!
His backpack kind of keeps to itself, though it basically is a big, smooth, mostly translucent backpack. But it stays out the wave and doesn't hinder articulation at all, so it's no biggie.
His Transformation is simple yet fun and intuitive. Despite the robot mode look, he does not share any sort of Transformation trick with Prime Wheeljack.
The alt mode looks really good too. A sleek and sexy car that really looks like it can move fast. He looks really good next to Titans Return Hot Rod in this mode too. I wish something could have been put in the cockpit area since you can see right through it to his legs and the ground between his legs, but that's a minor quibble.
Now onto Soundwave:
This figure has been pretty hyped up, and I can see why. It is a pretty swell figure! The robot mode looks really cool, all beefy and brawny. He really uses his War for Cybertron design here, and it looks really good with the Prime headsculpt.
Now, something I will point out is that he really looks like a Prime Breakdown. Just looking at him next to Breakdown, they looks very similar. They even share locations of where their parts end up! If this character could get a repaint, Breakdown would be a Prime suspect! (so sorry)
He also looks fun deploying his legion of minions! (sorry, puns are funs). On this note, I will say that his posability in the arms is a bit troublesome. The shoulders really limit his different poses, just as a warning. He also has mid-torso rotation instead of waist rotation, which actually works out pretty well!
MOAR LIGHT PIPING!!!!
Transformation is really interesting and very fun! It is definitely unique and one that is fun to do again and again.
The alt mode looks pretty good too! Mind you the hands are fully visible, but it isn't really an issue. It looks big and mean and really does show his Highmoon Studios heritage here.
Now mind you, the big appearance is sort of deceiving. The underside ends up fairly hollow, but that is hardly an issue because no one displays their transformers in alt mode upsidedown or on their side.
Once again, you can really see a Breakdown appearance here too, and I would not doubt a retool of Soundwave as Breakdown down the road.
Also of note, his gun is capable of adjusting its angle, so you can not only rotate the gun, but also point it up in the air!
And now the 2 figures together:
Overall, these are 2 fairly good figures. Now mind you, these are not the Fracture's or the Thunderhoof's or the Bisk's of the line in that they are not completely mind-blowing, but they are both still pretty good. They are worth having for sure. So head on out to your stores and pick up one today!
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