Stock Images and Product Listings for Cyberverse Battle Call Toys

Stock Images and Product Listings for Cyberverse Battle Call Toys

Sunday, May 24th, 2020 5:42pm CDT

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The Transformers: Cyberverse TV show may be winding down but there are still some toys on the horizon for fans of the series to enjoy. While it has been awhile since any news came through on when to expect the "Battle Call" sub-line with its Officer Class and Trooper Class figures on the shelves, it looks like these toys are one step closer to being in the hands of kids and collectors. Via listings on Amazon US, Amazon UK and UK wholesaler A.B. Gee, stock images are available of the first wave of Officer Class figures, Optimus Prime and Bumblebee. A.B. Gee also has a listing for the Trooper Class figures, featuring Wild Wheel, Meteorfire and another Bumblebee.

Check out the images mirrored below, which begin with Officer Class Bumblebee, and be sure to let us know if you find these toys available to order or on store shelves in your area.

Transformers Cyberverse Battle Call Officer Class Bumblebee and Optimus Prime
Transformers News: Stock Images and Product Listings for Cyberverse Battle Call Toys

Transformers News: Stock Images and Product Listings for Cyberverse Battle Call Toys

Transformers News: Stock Images and Product Listings for Cyberverse Battle Call Toys

Transformers News: Stock Images and Product Listings for Cyberverse Battle Call Toys

Transformers News: Stock Images and Product Listings for Cyberverse Battle Call Toys

Transformers News: Stock Images and Product Listings for Cyberverse Battle Call Toys

Transformers News: Stock Images and Product Listings for Cyberverse Battle Call Toys

Transformers News: Stock Images and Product Listings for Cyberverse Battle Call Toys


Transformers Cyberverse Battle Call Trooper Class Bumblebee, Meteorfire and Wild Wheel
Transformers News: Stock Images and Product Listings for Cyberverse Battle Call Toys

Transformers News: Stock Images and Product Listings for Cyberverse Battle Call Toys

Transformers News: Stock Images and Product Listings for Cyberverse Battle Call Toys

Transformers News: Stock Images and Product Listings for Cyberverse Battle Call Toys

Transformers News: Stock Images and Product Listings for Cyberverse Battle Call Toys

Transformers News: Stock Images and Product Listings for Cyberverse Battle Call Toys

Transformers News: Stock Images and Product Listings for Cyberverse Battle Call Toys

Transformers News: Stock Images and Product Listings for Cyberverse Battle Call Toys

Transformers News: Stock Images and Product Listings for Cyberverse Battle Call Toys

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Re: Stock Images and Product Listings for Cyberverse Battle Call Toys (2065302)
Posted by -Kanrabat- on May 24th, 2020 @ 6:00pm CDT
Meh.

Meh.

Meh.

Meh.

Meh.

Wait....

Dafok?

Wildwheel?

shutupandtakemymoney.jpg
Re: Stock Images and Product Listings for Cyberverse Battle Call Toys (2065332)
Posted by Mindmaster on May 24th, 2020 @ 11:28pm CDT
Wild Wheel, while kinda cheap looking, looks nice, and I appreciate his stetson being removable. Probably be the only one I get, and I’d kill for a dark blue, 19th-century US Army Cavalry themed redeco. Still curious how the armor thing works. I know it’s voice activated but how does it pop out?
Re: Stock Images and Product Listings for Cyberverse Battle Call Toys (2065333)
Posted by Sabrblade on May 24th, 2020 @ 11:30pm CDT
Forgot all about these.

Are these the only assortments in which Steve Irwin and Clint Eastwood will be available?
Re: Stock Images and Product Listings for Cyberverse Battle Call Toys (2065334)
Posted by Jelze Bunnycat on May 24th, 2020 @ 11:34pm CDT
Mindmaster wrote:Wild Wheel, while kinda cheap looking, looks nice, and I appreciate his stetson being removable. Probably be the only one I get, and I’d kill for a dark blue, 19th-century US Army Cavalry themed redeco. Still curious how the armor thing works. I know it’s voice activated but how does it pop out?


You may not want to hear this, but the spring-loaded armor is only on the bigger Optimus Prime and Bumblebee, with the rest simply being attached (look at the fins on the shoulders). According to the box, the lights on the figures and sounds on the bigger Prime and 'Bee are voice-activated, but the armors are not. It's possible there are different sounds depending on whether the armor is deployed or not (like a button being kept pressed), but I can't find any clues to that.
Re: Stock Images and Product Listings for Cyberverse Battle Call Toys (2065335)
Posted by Mindmaster on May 24th, 2020 @ 11:41pm CDT
JelZe GoldRabbit wrote:
Mindmaster wrote:Wild Wheel, while kinda cheap looking, looks nice, and I appreciate his stetson being removable. Probably be the only one I get, and I’d kill for a dark blue, 19th-century US Army Cavalry themed redeco. Still curious how the armor thing works. I know it’s voice activated but how does it pop out?


You may not want to hear this, but the spring-loaded armor is only on the bigger Optimus Prime and Bumblebee, with the rest simply being attached (look at the fins on the shoulders). According to the box, the lights on the figures and sounds on the bigger Prime 'Bee are voice-activated, but the armors are not.


Well that makes a lot more sense. Not really disappointed, still wanting Wild Wheel, don’t plan on anyone else (unless they do Decepticons that haven’t gotten figures yet).

Also, forgot about Meteorfire. Robot mode ain’t bad, but Jesus Christ that jet mode is less aerial dynamic than friggin’ Devastator.
Re: Stock Images and Product Listings for Cyberverse Battle Call Toys (2065336)
Posted by Sabrblade on May 24th, 2020 @ 11:43pm CDT
Mindmaster wrote:Also, forgot about Meteorfire. Robot mode ain’t bad, but Jesus Christ that jet mode is less aerial dynamic than friggin’ Devastator.
Good thing there's no wind resistance in space. ;)
Re: Stock Images and Product Listings for Cyberverse Battle Call Toys (2065344)
Posted by Rodimus Knight on May 25th, 2020 @ 1:03am CDT
Wild Wheel's Car design looks like it borrowed heavily from the Female Autobot Combiners, which I thought was a lazy and boring design to start with.
Re: Stock Images and Product Listings for Cyberverse Battle Call Toys (2065357)
Posted by Ballistic90 on May 25th, 2020 @ 9:54am CDT
Rodimus Knight wrote:Wild Wheel's Car design looks like it borrowed heavily from the Female Autobot Combiners, which I thought was a lazy and boring design to start with.


At least Wild Wheels' back end looks better designed.
Re: Stock Images and Product Listings for Cyberverse Battle Call Toys (2065359)
Posted by Sabrblade on May 25th, 2020 @ 10:16am CDT
Ballistic90 wrote:
Rodimus Knight wrote:Wild Wheel's Car design looks like it borrowed heavily from the Female Autobot Combiners, which I thought was a lazy and boring design to start with.


At least Wild Wheels' back end looks better designed.
And unlike the fembots, he's a flying car.
Re: Stock Images and Product Listings for Cyberverse Battle Call Toys (2065371)
Posted by ScottyP on May 25th, 2020 @ 12:02pm CDT
New characters seem like they got the short end of the stick here. Wild Wheel looks pretty cheap in bot mode and Meteorfire's alt mode looks like a box with wings. Happy to see new characters but hope they get sonething additional down the line.

I shouldn't complain too much, still infinitely better treatment than a ton of RiD's characters! Never getting a good Saberhorn, are we :(
Re: Stock Images and Product Listings for Cyberverse Battle Call Toys (2065390)
Posted by Bumblevivisector on May 25th, 2020 @ 3:23pm CDT
The last few eps that ran on CN have sold me on the two new guys, but it is a shame these will probably be their only toys.

I've now had enough bad experiences with forgetting batteries until they were long corroded that I'd just as soon never see another TF with an electronic gimmick again, but this voice activation feature reminds me so much of those Allspark Tech figures that I foresee these guys mostly showing up in Marshalls and TJMaxx, though Ollie's may also answer said "Battle Call".

Of course, just when the former two stores actually reopen in Michigan, that I cannot foresee.
Re: Stock Images and Product Listings for Cyberverse Battle Call Toys (2065420)
Posted by D-Maximal_Primal on May 25th, 2020 @ 8:45pm CDT
The big Prime has a pretty wicked face sculpt for the armor.

Shame these are meteorfire and Wild wheel's only toys, they have such cool designs and are getting some mediocre toys. These are 2 of only maybe 6 figures left from the line I want
Re: Stock Images and Product Listings for Cyberverse Battle Call Toys (2065480)
Posted by chuckdawg1999 on May 26th, 2020 @ 11:42am CDT
JelZe GoldRabbit wrote:
Mindmaster wrote:Wild Wheel, while kinda cheap looking, looks nice, and I appreciate his stetson being removable. Probably be the only one I get, and I’d kill for a dark blue, 19th-century US Army Cavalry themed redeco. Still curious how the armor thing works. I know it’s voice activated but how does it pop out?


You may not want to hear this, but the spring-loaded armor is only on the bigger Optimus Prime and Bumblebee, with the rest simply being attached (look at the fins on the shoulders). According to the box, the lights on the figures and sounds on the bigger Prime and 'Bee are voice-activated, but the armors are not. It's possible there are different sounds depending on whether the armor is deployed or not (like a button being kept pressed), but I can't find any clues to that.


I think the spring loaded armor is controlled by the weapons. When they're pulled out from the back they trigger a catch.
Re: Stock Images and Product Listings for Cyberverse Battle Call Toys (2065991)
Posted by Sabrblade on May 31st, 2020 @ 6:25pm CDT
You know, it just hit me that the black-colored Hot Rod toys in this line might have beem an attempt to homogenize his look with the colors of his live action movie counterpart.
Re: Stock Images and Product Listings for Cyberverse Battle Call Toys (2065993)
Posted by william-james88 on May 31st, 2020 @ 6:41pm CDT
Sabrblade wrote:You know, it just hit me that the black-colored Hot Rod toys in this line might have beem an attempt to homogenize his look with the colors of his live action movie counterpart.


I thought it was more for that covert stealth look since he's the one to always go near the quints.
Re: Stock Images and Product Listings for Cyberverse Battle Call Toys (2065996)
Posted by Sabrblade on May 31st, 2020 @ 6:51pm CDT
william-james88 wrote:
Sabrblade wrote:You know, it just hit me that the black-colored Hot Rod toys in this line might have beem an attempt to homogenize his look with the colors of his live action movie counterpart.


I thought it was more for that covert stealth look since he's the one to always go near the quints.
I was mainly talking about the toys themselves since those came out long before the show had colored him black.

But in the show itself, his black deco wasn't something that he himself chose for any stealth missions. His body was turned black by a toxic pool of energon waste after he inexplicably miraculously survived being dunked in it.
Re: Stock Images and Product Listings for Cyberverse Battle Call Toys (2065998)
Posted by D-Maximal_Primal on May 31st, 2020 @ 7:06pm CDT
Sabrblade wrote:
william-james88 wrote:
Sabrblade wrote:You know, it just hit me that the black-colored Hot Rod toys in this line might have beem an attempt to homogenize his look with the colors of his live action movie counterpart.


I thought it was more for that covert stealth look since he's the one to always go near the quints.
I was mainly talking about the toys themselves since those came out long before the show had colored him black.

But in the show itself, his black deco wasn't something that he himself chose for any stealth missions. His body was turned black by a toxic pool of energon waste after he inexplicably miraculously survived being dunked in it.

I realized that a while ago, it is nigh identical to the TLK Hot Rod paint job from the Bumblebee legion 2-pack, plus the keeping of red/orange/yellow with the black clearly pointed to him.

It's super cool to see Hot Rod homaged like that, and it made sense in the story
Re: Stock Images and Product Listings for Cyberverse Battle Call Toys (2066019)
Posted by Deadput on May 31st, 2020 @ 11:11pm CDT
I love it when characters like Hotrod and Bumblebee (in TFP for the "Prime" example) take on a black color scheme later on, I wouldn't care that much if it was their main colors or anything but since it's an alternative I love it.
Re: Stock Images and Product Listings for Cyberverse Battle Call Toys (2066164)
Posted by D-Maximal_Primal on June 2nd, 2020 @ 12:32pm CDT
Cyberverse has proven to be a well loved show, with a really good Season 2 and a really awesome and original take on the Transformers and the Quintessions in Season 3. We have gotten a lot of toys during the show run, and it while almost every toy has been revealed officially with product images and such, there are still 3 figures left to get a proper reveal, and today we have some more information on one of them.

That figure would be Ultimate Class Iaconus, whom was originally listed back at the very beginning of the year, but has remained in the shadows since, possible due to his role in Season 3 of the show and wanted to coincide with his full reveal. Iaconus is set to arrive in a wave that also includes the previously released Optimus Prime and Shockwave, which means he might be stealthily making his way to shelves soon and not stand out right away.

In the show, Iaconus is described as a War Titan, a Titan who is larger than standard Titans and far more aggressive and fierce. Iaconus' design was previously showed to us as well, but how accurate to the show model his toy is is up for debate, considering what the newest Ultimate Class figures have looked like and used as a gimmick. Hopefully he leans more towards the Ultimate Grimlock than the Ultimate Shockwave.

Check out his product information below, courtesy of Entertainment Earth, and let us know what you think Iaconus will end up looking like below! And stay tuned, hopefully he, and the Ultra Class Skullcruncher and Thunderhowl will make appearances soon!

Get ready to fight on Cybertron with Iaconus! Iaconus figure is an impressive 9 inches tall. Pull, spin, and convert! Easy Transformers conversion for kids 6 and up. Convert Iaconus toy from robot to spaceship mode in 14 steps. Pull out his weapon accessory in the last conversion step to activate his spinning Sword of Iacon Attack feature. Makes a great gift for kids!


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Re: Stock Images and Product Listings for Cyberverse Battle Call Toys (2066165)
Posted by Quantum Surge on June 2nd, 2020 @ 12:40pm CDT
I was PUMPED to see it be called Ultimate Class until I realized it's not the Ultimate ones we got from 2018-19.

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