Images of ROTF Wave 4 Deluxes, Wave 5 Voyagers and Robot Heroes
Wednesday, July 1st, 2009 6:03PM CDTCategories: Live Action Movie News, Toy News
Posted by: Delicon Views: 43,849
Wave 4 Deluxe
Skids and Mudflap (Ice Cream Truck Version)
AUTOBOT SKIDS and MUDFLAP have always been close, but this is a little ridiculous. Equipped with experimental combination technology, they use their newfound ability to help the other AUTOBOTS® hunt rogue DECEPTICONS® wherever they hide. Unfortunately, they have so much difficulty hanging onto each other in vehicle mode that they spend more time struggling to stay on the road then they do fighting.
JOLT loves to cause trouble. More than one group of DECEPTICONS has watched in confusion as JOLT, all alone, raced around them in circles, taunting them. They're not used to AUTOBOTS acting crazy. Little do they know that it really is just an act - part of a plan to lure his enemies in close where he can deliver a crippling blow with his electro-whips.
Creepy, dark, and depressed, DEAD END has few friends, even among the DECEPTICONS®. He usually hangs out in the darkest corner of the room, where his eyes can glow to their greatest effect. He never speaks, unless it’s to say something gloomy. The other DECEPTICONS avoid him, which suits him just fine. The only time they’re useful to him is when they’re recharging, and he can sneak up on them to drain energy.
There are a lot of AUTOBOTS® who think BLAZE MASTER is a little haywire. He likes to hover over DECEPTICON® squads, letting them notice him, and relying on his defensive systems to protect him from their fire. It isn’t until his targets notice him that he drops his payload of corrosive gel right on their heads. Watching a bunch of DECEPTICONS® break into a panicked sprint while their armor smokes and melts is what he lives for.
Wave 5 Voyagers
GRINDOR is a born soldier. He is both a highly talented fighter, and an instinctive strategist. Every moment of a battle is laid out in his head before the first shot is ever fired. He is so talented at anticipating his enemy's moves that he is almost never surprised. Whenever he can, he ensures himself a place at the direct center of a fight so that he can bring his powerful weaponry to bear on the AUTOBOTS around him, destroying as many as he can as quickly as possible.
LONG HAUL is too bitter to be an effective soldier on his own. Despite the fact that he is part of one of the most destructive and terrifying DECEPTICON squads of all time, he is too often treated as little more than a cargo hauler. Other DECEPTICONS sling their gear into his bed without a second thought, and order him to carry it around for them. Rather than confront them, he'd rather grumble about it privately, then stop on the way to destroy whatever he's been given responsibility for.
Battle of the Fallen
THE FALLEN has returned to Earth to claim the Matrix, if he can, then the entire universe will fall to him. With MEGATRON by his side, he is nearly invincible. Luckily, the two most powerful AUTOBOTS®* on Earth are ready to stop them!
Bring the exciting robot-fueled battle action right into your living room with this awesome four-figure pack! Featuring awesome and intimidating JETPOWER OPTIMUS PRIME, IRONHIDE, MEGATRON and THE FALLEN character figures, this cool set is sure to make the action come alive. Set them up to “battle” and let the showdown begin!
Battle for the Allspark
The final battle for the AllSpark explodes as AUTOBOTS®* and DECEPTICONS®* descend on Mission City. Each side is determined to leave this city victorious. No quarter is given as the mighty robots bring every ounce of their power to bear on the battle. The very air crackles with the energy of their weapons as the streets are blasted to pieces in the all-out fight.
Recreate exciting movie battle scenes with these fun, funky and chunky figures that pit good guys against bad guys in an all-out battle for fate of the universe!
Includes Sam, OPTIMUS PRIME, MEGATRON, STARSCREAM, BUMBLEBEE and AUTOBOT RATCHET figures.
Ironhide and Mixmaster 2-pack
Battle Chargers Stealth Bumblebee
When speed and stealth are what matter, OPTIMUS PRIME®* calls on BUMBLEBEE™ to do the job! He’s not just the fastest AUTOBOT®* on wheels, he’s also the best at sneaking around right under the grilles of the DECEPTICONS®*.
Race this BUMBLEBEE vehicle-to-robot toy into action as a sporty-looking vehcile, and then surprise the bad guys when he converts into a robot. Just pull back on the vehicle and release it to send him speeding into battle—and then crash it to convert him to robot mode! Flip the robot back to reset the car and prepare to launch another surprise attack!
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Posted by Sabrblade on July 1st, 2009 @ 6:12pm CDT
Posted by First-Aid on July 1st, 2009 @ 6:20pm CDT
Sabrblade wrote:I want the Twins, Jolt, Grindor, and Long Haul.
I'll hold on Grindor, but count me in on the rest. Maybe I'll get Dead End if I find a job sometime soon...for now I only buy new molds and wait on repaints.
Posted by OPTIMUS MAGNUS on July 1st, 2009 @ 6:23pm CDT
Posted by Megatron Wolf on July 1st, 2009 @ 6:25pm CDT
Posted by Rodimus_light on July 1st, 2009 @ 6:30pm CDT
Are we ever going to see the third Arcee toy?
Posted by chrisxc on July 1st, 2009 @ 6:32pm CDT
Posted by DMSL on July 1st, 2009 @ 6:35pm CDT
Posted by YRQRM0 on July 1st, 2009 @ 6:40pm CDT
Really, Longhaul should be leader, too.
Posted by Delicon on July 1st, 2009 @ 6:58pm CDT
YRQRM0 wrote:I'm dissapointed there's no leader Grindor/Blackout by now, especially after the forest battle, where you can clearly see Grindor's the size of Optimus. Or at least a leader Starscream.
Really, Longhaul should be leader, too.
I understand and agree for "scale purposes" but you have to look at it from a marketing perspective. People like us might buy that giant Grindor for $45 but how many other people (including parents) will want to plunk down that much money for a character whose main claim to fame in the movie is getting his head ripped apart?
It has to be a really popular character to justify a leader class from a dollars and cents perspective.
Then again, they did it with Brawl 2 years ago so who knows?
Posted by Zeds on July 1st, 2009 @ 7:03pm CDT
Posted by Wheeljack144 on July 1st, 2009 @ 7:42pm CDT
So when do we get a Scrapper? Voyager Soundwave would be nice.
Posted by UltraPrimal on July 1st, 2009 @ 7:56pm CDT
Posted by Giant Purple Griffin on July 1st, 2009 @ 7:57pm CDT
Posted by Giant Purple Griffin on July 1st, 2009 @ 8:10pm CDT
Posted by DoubleOScorpio on July 1st, 2009 @ 8:32pm CDT
Posted by soundwave13c on July 1st, 2009 @ 8:48pm CDT
Posted by Down_Shift on July 1st, 2009 @ 10:34pm CDT
So friggin' pass
Posted by bumble_bee_68 on July 1st, 2009 @ 10:35pm CDT
Posted by SentaiPRFan on July 1st, 2009 @ 11:36pm CDT
Posted by Blurrz on July 1st, 2009 @ 11:47pm CDT
I'll be buying all of those Robot Heroes, however XD[/color]