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Hasbro Answers our Questions about Haslab Unicron

Transformers News: Hasbro Answers our Questions about Haslab Unicron

Friday, August 23rd, 2019 9:37PM CDT

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Hasbro has just posted a video where the brand team answers questions that were asked regarding their big Unicron. As of right now there are 2,945 backers through pulse but this does not include orders from other channels yet. 8,000 orders are needed for this toy to be produced. Here is a breakdown of what we learn, of course please watch the video to see exactly what was said.

There is currently no intention on extending the deadline.

There are no lights and sounds, conversion was the most important part.

While what we have seen so far is a prototype, it is the best representation of the colour the final toy will have.

The project started over a year and a half ago.

He has six joints in each of the hands with a total of 50 articulation points.

The bot alone is 19 pounds.

He has both 5mm and 3mm ports for integration with the Siege line (and anything else that fits those measures).

You can watch the video here.

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Re: Hasbro Answers our Questions about Haslab Unicron (2035517)
Posted by Jelze Bunnycat on August 23rd, 2019 @ 9:47pm CDT
Radioactivepanda wrote:The movie never really showed the actual transformation past the arms swinging out.


More than you think actually: the legs sliding out was also shown and, albeit minor and just an assumption, the shoulder shifting into position too. The rest was just filler. :-P
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Posted by william-james88 on August 23rd, 2019 @ 9:52pm CDT
JelZe GoldRabbit wrote:
Radioactivepanda wrote:The movie never really showed the actual transformation past the arms swinging out.


More than you think actually: the legs sliding out was also shown and, albeit minor and just an assumption, the shoulder shifting into position too. The rest was just filler. :-P

Like when they transform autobot city? Man whenever I watch that, it seems to go on for hours.
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Posted by joevill on August 24th, 2019 @ 9:46am CDT
8,000 is not just the target but the minimal required to start production. It doesn't seem like we will be getting this. It will be a sad sad day next Saturday when this backed project fails to meet the quota.
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Posted by ZeroWolf on August 24th, 2019 @ 10:16am CDT
joevill wrote:8,000 is not just the target but the minimal required to start production. It doesn't seem like we will be getting this. It will be a sad sad day next Saturday when this backed project fails to meet the quota.

Don't count your chickens before they're hatched, as said in the article, this is just based on the preorders from the Pulse site alone, and doesn't include all the other websites preorders that may be added in before the final date.
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Posted by AllNewSuperRobot on August 24th, 2019 @ 10:57am CDT
JelZe GoldRabbit wrote:
Radioactivepanda wrote:The movie never really showed the actual transformation past the arms swinging out.


More than you think actually: the legs sliding out was also shown and, albeit minor and just an assumption, the shoulder shifting into position too. The rest was just filler. :-P


:???:
..Not really, no



0:42 Arms extend out, legs visible.

0:43 - 0:47 legs emerge

0:48 - 1:00 Forearms retract, hands emerge

1:01 - 1:11 Remaining lower torso planet kibble retracts to form crotch and reveal abs.

>Unseen< Head emerges here and rotates

1:11 - 1:14 - Upper torso kibble retracts towards the head.

^ This bit is important. Unicron is not thin, in the Movie. You could infer that with his head raised and legs extended, his body collapses down to fill that void. But not enough to streamline him.
I also say his upper kibble retracts towards his head, based on the jets that suddenly appear at his midsection on his back.

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This was one of those films, for me as a little kid, that was left on to repeat endlessly. To the extent even as a 3y/o, I knew it word for word (and I did voices for everyone too). I still do :-D


ZeroWolf wrote:
joevill wrote:8,000 is not just the target but the minimal required to start production. It doesn't seem like we will be getting this. It will be a sad sad day next Saturday when this backed project fails to meet the quota.

Don't count your chickens before they're hatched, as said in the article, this is just based on the preorders from the Pulse site alone, and doesn't include all the other websites preorders that may be added in before the final date.


Assuming of course, that the other sites will do more than equal the numbers Hasbro has via Pulse, of course. Which is a big if.
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Posted by Stargrave on August 24th, 2019 @ 11:04am CDT
God I love that scene. I can remember being in the theater as a kid and my jaw hitting the floor. I mean Optimus dies, and yet somehow they keep upping the bar scene after scene culminating in Unicron transforming. I can remember speculating with friends I’d went with where he came from, what his origins were. Best moments of my childhood have that movie attached to them I swear. I used to watch it constantly but my kids aren’t into it and I haven’t watched it in way too long.

And I did all the voices too that’s so funny it’s how I perfected my Optimus that was so fun, man. Great times.
Re: Hasbro Answers our Questions about Haslab Unicron (2035552)
Posted by Sabrblade on August 24th, 2019 @ 11:06am CDT
Stargrave wrote:I can remember speculating with friends I’d went with where he came from, what his origins were.
What ideas did you guys come up with?
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Posted by Stargrave on August 24th, 2019 @ 11:11am CDT
Sabrblade wrote:
Stargrave wrote:I can remember speculating with friends I’d went with where he came from, what his origins were.
What ideas did you guys come up with?


Well I was left wondering about the Quintessons just if there was any connection there I mean to me I was like is he their Lucifer is he older than time is he like Galactus is he the first Decepticon (???) speculation was rampant as my ma drive us home. I was very disappointed with the Primacron origin that didn’t work for me. I don’t think I was satisfied until I read the Furman origin the first time I was like THATS IT THATS THE ONE I LIKE. It just jibed with my kid comic book reader mentality.
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Posted by Stargrave on August 24th, 2019 @ 11:17am CDT
God...”you underestimate me...” and I was like what? What’s he...? Is that? NO, no way! So much awesome. And before knowing Rodimus Prime happened, not knowing how they’d win against this thing. I was too young to wait on the McGuffin you know? No idea Rod would open the Matrix. And I’ll be honest everyone, cried. L’il bit, just l’il bit. L’il Stargrave teared up when the Matrix opened and I got to hear Optimus one more time. Hell it gets me misty now and I’m a grown a$$ man :lol: won’t even lie.
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Posted by AllNewSuperRobot on August 24th, 2019 @ 11:18am CDT
Yes, whatever Unicron Fan Theories existed (pre-Furman, of course) NO ONE would have predicted... The Monkey :roll:

Apparently an unused idea from the Movie would have been the Quintesson court was connected to Unicron. That they hunted down the survivors and put them on "trial". Which actually gives what they are doing in the final release some context. I think they should have gone with this link, personally.
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Posted by Stargrave on August 24th, 2019 @ 11:18am CDT
I’ll be honest with you I wish his leg blew off like a spring loaded rocket fist.
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Posted by ZeroWolf on August 24th, 2019 @ 11:26am CDT
That would be a extremely silly idea :lol: To be fair though, Unicron would end up linked to the first Decepticon in some continuity (and classed as a con on toy packaging despite not caring at all about any of them) via his corruption of Megatronus (aka the Fallen)
Re: Hasbro Answers our Questions about Haslab Unicron (2035559)
Posted by AllNewSuperRobot on August 24th, 2019 @ 11:30am CDT
The Thirteen was the worst idea and concept to happen in any continuity. The Prime fetish, even made it into retconning the origin of the series...
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Posted by ZeroWolf on August 24th, 2019 @ 11:35am CDT
Even with IDW 1.0 establishing it as just a fake religion that Shockwave set up? To my knowledge only Transformers Prime and its spin offs went full hog with the thirteen (talking on screen only at this point) Cyberverse has hinted at one of them but that's it so far
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Posted by Jelze Bunnycat on August 24th, 2019 @ 11:35am CDT
AllNewSuperRobot wrote:The Thirteen was the worst idea and concept to happen in any continuity. The Prime fetish, even made it into retconning the origin of the series...


It's either that, or have the battle with your nemesis wipe out the very life you seek to protect (a point made in the Marvel comics).

Would it be much to ask for a scale comparison with Cybertron Primus, in both modes?
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Posted by ZeroWolf on August 24th, 2019 @ 11:38am CDT
I realise that I neglected Transformers Cybertron with Vector Prime, completely slipped my mind
Re: Hasbro Answers our Questions about Haslab Unicron (2035565)
Posted by Stargrave on August 24th, 2019 @ 11:42am CDT
I’ll be honest, total Prime nut. The 13, all of them. I loved it. But I always loved Greek mythology as a kid and I think it played to that interest. It does complicate everything Transformers to a high degree though I can respect anyone who was turned off by that I totally get it. I love mystery, and yet I love answers. I can go both ways on that.
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Posted by AllNewSuperRobot on August 24th, 2019 @ 11:45am CDT
The Quintesson origin of Sunbow was more Palettable than "A Prime for every occasion"...

IDW 1.0 would be Megatron: Origin to Maximum Dinobots, no? Silly retcons came in much later.
Re: Hasbro Answers our Questions about Haslab Unicron (2035570)
Posted by Sabrblade on August 24th, 2019 @ 12:03pm CDT
AllNewSuperRobot wrote:IDW 1.0 would be Megatron: Origin to Maximum Dinobots, no?
No. It's 2005-2018. IDW2 is the new one that came out this year.
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Posted by AllNewSuperRobot on August 24th, 2019 @ 12:08pm CDT
Yes, but there is a clear divide between Furman's IDWverse and what came after. By the time of OP and LL, they certainly didn't feel like parts of the same universe.


Furman wouldn't have dropped the ball so heavily on Unicron either.
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Posted by ZeroWolf on August 24th, 2019 @ 12:18pm CDT
AllNewSuperRobot wrote:Yes, but there is a clear divide between Furman's IDWverse and what came after. By the time of OP and LL, they certainly didn't feel like parts of the same universe.


Furman wouldn't have dropped the ball so heavily on Unicron either.

Regardless of how you class them, Sabrblade was right with my intent. Furman built the foundation, everyone else built on top of them (the ores etc)
Re: Hasbro Answers our Questions about Haslab Unicron (2035575)
Posted by AllNewSuperRobot on August 24th, 2019 @ 12:24pm CDT
I know what you were getting at ;) . But again, I do hold fast to the idea that the initial run - Origin to MD - and The Wreckers mini series, were the best of what IDWverse had to offer. Not to be mired in as part of a collective whole, alongside AHM, the Costa Run, RiD, MTMTE etc
Re: Hasbro Answers our Questions about Haslab Unicron (2035587)
Posted by Crosscheck on August 24th, 2019 @ 2:10pm CDT
I really hope this project takes off. This is a figure that I can honestly say I have wanted longer than I can remember (the Movie came out when I was two, but we had it on VHS...until I watched it enough to shred it). $575 is not too much to fulfill a lifelong dream.
Re: Hasbro Answers our Questions about Haslab Unicron (2035599)
Posted by Chriphord on August 24th, 2019 @ 2:35pm CDT
Apparently we’ve only gotten 1500 international buyers according to the Transformers Facebook page. It was attached to the post focusing on their Q&A
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Posted by ZeroWolf on August 24th, 2019 @ 2:40pm CDT
So that's about 4500 then still got a way to go then again that's assuming all the third party sites are affiliated and not just bbts/eb games/ tt
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Posted by AllNewSuperRobot on August 24th, 2019 @ 3:09pm CDT
I did expect the number of international buyers would be like for like or less.
A week to go, so time will tell.
Re: Hasbro Answers our Questions about Haslab Unicron (2035610)
Posted by Jeddostotle7 on August 24th, 2019 @ 3:51pm CDT
unicron1200 wrote:Apparently we’ve only gotten 1500 international buyers according to the Transformers Facebook page. It was attached to the post focusing on their Q&A

There are some people making note that they're specifically talking about "Hasbro-affiliated" retailers, postulating that there are even more orders from retailers that aren't directly partnering with Hasbro the way TakaraTomy Mall in Japan and EB Games and Zing in Australia are.
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Posted by Stargrave on August 24th, 2019 @ 4:20pm CDT
I’ll be honest, I love this :-D
Re: Hasbro Answers our Questions about Haslab Unicron (2035630)
Posted by william-james88 on August 24th, 2019 @ 5:52pm CDT
Jeddostotle7 wrote:
unicron1200 wrote:Apparently we’ve only gotten 1500 international buyers according to the Transformers Facebook page. It was attached to the post focusing on their Q&A

There are some people making note that they're specifically talking about "Hasbro-affiliated" retailers, postulating that there are even more orders from retailers that aren't directly partnering with Hasbro the way TakaraTomy Mall in Japan and EB Games and Zing in Australia are.

That is an excellent point.
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Posted by Burn on August 24th, 2019 @ 7:36pm CDT
Jeddostotle7 wrote:
unicron1200 wrote:Apparently we’ve only gotten 1500 international buyers according to the Transformers Facebook page. It was attached to the post focusing on their Q&A

There are some people making note that they're specifically talking about "Hasbro-affiliated" retailers, postulating that there are even more orders from retailers that aren't directly partnering with Hasbro the way TakaraTomy Mall in Japan and EB Games and Zing in Australia are.

Unless things changed, EB/Zing weren't giving their numbers until August 31 anyway.
Re: Hasbro Answers our Questions about Haslab Unicron (2035650)
Posted by Ironhidensh on August 24th, 2019 @ 8:21pm CDT
Cookie Monster isn’t doing well, either. Only 563 of a needed 3000 backers with just a little over a day to go.
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Posted by DeathReviews on August 24th, 2019 @ 8:29pm CDT
I'm not sure the number of backers from "other" sources. But judging from the progress bar on Pulse, they only have 7 days left, and they aren't even half-way towards the 8,000 backers they say they need. I wish them luck...
Re: Hasbro Answers our Questions about Haslab Unicron (2035656)
Posted by D-Maximal_Primal on August 24th, 2019 @ 9:09pm CDT
We love you 3,000.

Today, August 24, 2019, we are officially 3,000 backers into the Haslab Unicron project. Which is a good sign considering the large price point! But sadly, that means that we are only 37.5% of the way to Unicron, and we only have 7 days left of the fundraising period. So while 3,000 is a good number, we are still a long ways away from the goal.

Now mind you, we will tell you that the 3,000 number is solely Hasbro Pulse pre-orders, so we are definitely a lot closer once we take into account all other sources from international markets and other sellers such as BigBadToyStore and TFSource. But we are also not safe either.

So with 1 week left, this is the time. If you have been on the fence about this project, now is the time to make the decision and jump in. If Unicron is to happen, we need to rally and show our support for the project. If we don't, Unicron goes away and 18 months of hard work is erased, and we lose the opportunity to own this one of a kind figure.

So this is the time! Help us make Unicron happen! Visit HasbroPulse.com in order to order your very own Unicron.

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Re: Hasbro Answers our Questions about Haslab Unicron (2035666)
Posted by Triggerdick Megatron on August 24th, 2019 @ 10:06pm CDT
I want to help, I really do but $575 US is way too much.

If Hasbro want to ensure it has enough backers they need to make Unicron a bit smaller (just under Fortress Maximus' height) to reduce the amount of materials used and declare it the titan class for WFC series 3 which will be the series of 2021, the year Unicron is supposed to be released. Making it available everywhere would help too.
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Posted by gothsaurus on August 24th, 2019 @ 10:19pm CDT
I think just extending the deadline or giving another try later in the year when people are not short on funds would do it. I wouldn’t want to see this thing shrunk any
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Posted by Mindmaster on August 24th, 2019 @ 10:34pm CDT
....I can’t. I want to, but I can’t. Too much money in such short notice. I still have to preorder Omega Supreme, and Lord knows I need to start saving.
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Posted by Emerje on August 24th, 2019 @ 10:55pm CDT
chuckdawg1999 wrote:Am I the only one who thinks that the transformation doesn't look too bad?

It really doesn't. It is complex with lots of moving parts, but isn't "fiddly" like, say, MP-36 Megatron with lots of tiny parts. I think a lot of people are intimidated by transforming something that big on a stand, but it's a different type of challenge.

Jeddostotle7 wrote:
unicron1200 wrote:Apparently we’ve only gotten 1500 international buyers according to the Transformers Facebook page. It was attached to the post focusing on their Q&A

There are some people making note that they're specifically talking about "Hasbro-affiliated" retailers, postulating that there are even more orders from retailers that aren't directly partnering with Hasbro the way TakaraTomy Mall in Japan and EB Games and Zing in Australia are.

This was my belief as well. The only ones they can really get an idea from is the ones directly affiliated with them and that's still with a week remaining. If we can hope that Pulse will get a burst in its final days then those other sources should as well. Then factor in the third party orders which may or may not already be included depending on when they're placing their orders (if they can only place them in fives then there's no good reason to wait and do them all at the end). We're finally over the half way point, hopefully that'll finally motivate some people to get in.

Emerje
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Posted by NeonPrime on August 24th, 2019 @ 11:11pm CDT
Wow...I would LOVE to help on this but it's just way too expensive :-( If only Hasbro could scale it down to Titan scale.
Re: Hasbro Answers our Questions about Haslab Unicron (2035675)
Posted by Sabrblade on August 24th, 2019 @ 11:21pm CDT
The high price and short notice are exactly why I opted to go with the more feasible route of preordering Unicron from TFSource and saving up the money over the steady course of a year and a half.
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Posted by Burn on August 24th, 2019 @ 11:40pm CDT
Reducing his size to that of a Titan would be pointless.

He's not a Titan.

He's Unicron.

He's a class unto himself.

Titans are the biggest of Transformers.

This guy is a GOD.
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Posted by megatronus on August 24th, 2019 @ 11:56pm CDT
Sabrblade wrote:The high price and short notice are exactly why I opted to go with the more feasible route of preordering Unicron from TFSource and saving up the money over the steady course of a year and a half.

Seems like people are constantly forgetting that this is an option. >:oP
Re: Hasbro Answers our Questions about Haslab Unicron (2035678)
Posted by megatronus on August 24th, 2019 @ 11:58pm CDT
Burn wrote:Reducing his size to that of a Titan would be pointless.

He's not a Titan.

He's Unicron.

He's a class unto himself.

Titans are the biggest of Transformers.

This guy is a GOD.

:BOWDOWN:
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Posted by Sabrblade on August 25th, 2019 @ 12:02am CDT
megatronus wrote:
Sabrblade wrote:The high price and short notice are exactly why I opted to go with the more feasible route of preordering Unicron from TFSource and saving up the money over the steady course of a year and a half.

Seems like people are constantly forgetting that this is an option. >:oP
It's especially good since TFSource, unlike other options, has no down payment for their preorder.
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Posted by megatronus on August 25th, 2019 @ 12:08am CDT
Sabrblade wrote:
megatronus wrote:
Sabrblade wrote:The high price and short notice are exactly why I opted to go with the more feasible route of preordering Unicron from TFSource and saving up the money over the steady course of a year and a half.

Seems like people are constantly forgetting that this is an option. >:oP
It's especially good since TFSource, unlike other options, has no down payment for their preorder.

"$150 NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT IS REQUIRED. If the project is not fully funded and the product is cancelled, the deposit will be refunded."

?
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Posted by Wireless_Phantom on August 25th, 2019 @ 12:18am CDT
Again, would if I could, but it's beyond me. I'm a highschooler only barely managing to budget in my collection. I won't be able to get together the money in time, and with my current situation saving up for over a year isn't a good alternative either.
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Posted by Jelze Bunnycat on August 25th, 2019 @ 12:30am CDT
megatronus wrote:
Sabrblade wrote:
megatronus wrote:
Sabrblade wrote:The high price and short notice are exactly why I opted to go with the more feasible route of preordering Unicron from TFSource and saving up the money over the steady course of a year and a half.

Seems like people are constantly forgetting that this is an option. >:oP
It's especially good since TFSource, unlike other options, has no down payment for their preorder.

"$150 NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT IS REQUIRED. If the project is not fully funded and the product is cancelled, the deposit will be refunded."

?


Meaning that if you cancel the order yourself, you won't get the deposit back.
Re: Hasbro Answers our Questions about Haslab Unicron (2035685)
Posted by Stargrave on August 25th, 2019 @ 12:43am CDT
Burn wrote:Reducing his size to that of a Titan would be pointless.

He's not a Titan.

He's Unicron.

He's a class unto himself.

Titans are the biggest of Transformers.

This guy is a GOD.


Thank you!!

They already made a smaller Unicron if you want one. Making Unicron a Titan would be a sleight against Titans.
Re: Hasbro Answers our Questions about Haslab Unicron (2035688)
Posted by Randomhero on August 25th, 2019 @ 12:56am CDT
Burn wrote:Reducing his size to that of a Titan would be pointless.

He's not a Titan.

He's Unicron.

He's a class unto himself.

Titans are the biggest of Transformers.

This guy is a GOD.



Pfft! I’d settle for Leader class. I don’t need something that big to appreciate it.

It’s too big and too expensive. I commend anyone contributing but I can’t justify it. You can’t play with something that big. Dust collector
Re: Hasbro Answers our Questions about Haslab Unicron (2035689)
Posted by transformers_va on August 25th, 2019 @ 12:58am CDT
Perhaps this is a stupid question, but I'm curious.. I put in an order for 2 Unicrons - does this mean that I am counted as 1 backer or 2 backers?
Re: Hasbro Answers our Questions about Haslab Unicron (2035690)
Posted by Stargrave on August 25th, 2019 @ 1:01am CDT
Did the number of backers change when you ordered your second one?

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