Studio Series Devastator prototype images at MCM London Comic-Con 2018

Transformers News: Studio Series Devastator prototype images at MCM London Comic-Con 2018

Sunday, October 28th, 2018 5:27PM CDT

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After our last article covering the mere existence of Studio Series Devastator, among other things, Twitter user @thepr1me1nat0r, snapped some pics of the Studio Series Devastator prototype! Here, we get to see the big Studio Series combiner in full detail. This may end up being recycled for a Leaked from Cybertron, but that's merely speculative. We also just get to see how big he is, which isn't a shocker, considering he's comprised of eight figures. Of course, each toy can transform into a robot, unlike the Supreme toy back in the day.

So thought's on this new Revenge of the Fallen Devastator toy? Tell us your thoughts in the Energon Pub forums below!

Transformers News: Studio Series Devastator prototype images at MCM London Comic-Con 2018

Transformers News: Studio Series Devastator prototype images at MCM London Comic-Con 2018
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Re: Studio Series Devastator prototype images at MCM London Comic-Con 2018 (1991482)
Posted by Autobot N on October 28th, 2018 @ 5:28pm CDT
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Re: Studio Series Devastator prototype images at MCM London Comic-Con 2018 (1991483)
Posted by william-james88 on October 28th, 2018 @ 5:41pm CDT
Here are the official images of the Studio Series reveals from MCM London 2018. They include Cogman, Scrapmetal, Long Haul, Rampage and Shatter. We also see the backgrounds these figures come with and for the three constructicons, it seems we are getting the same Egypt background for all three.

Here is the official info from Hasbro:

Reach past the big screen and build the ultimate TRANSFORMERS collection with Studio Series figures. Each figure in the Studio Series lineup is inspired by an iconic movie scene and designed with specs and details to reflect the TRANSFORMERS movie universe.

Transformers Studio Series 40 Deluxe Class TRANSFORMERS: BUMBLEBEE Movie Shatter Action Figure
(Ages 8 and up)
The 4.5-inch Studio Series 40 Deluxe Class TRANSFORMERS: BUMBLEBEE SHATTER figure converts between robot and 1971 Plymouth GTX in 23 steps. Figure scale reflects the character’s size in the world of TRANSFORMERS: BUMBLEBEE. Removable backdrop displays SHATTER figure in the DECEPTICON Arrival scene from TRANSFORMERS: BUMBLEBEE when SHATTER arrives on Earth in 1987. Fans can use the backdrop and pose their figure in the scene with their own style. Perfect for fans looking for a more advanced converting figure. Available at most major retailers and on HasbroToyShop.com.

Transformers Studio Series 37 Voyager Class TRANSFORMERS: REVENGE OF THE FALLEN Movie Constructicon Rampage Action Figure
(Ages 8 and up)
The 6.5-inch Studio Series 37 Voyager Class Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen-inspired CONSTRUCTICON RAMPAGE figure converts from robot to bulldozer mode in 22 steps. Remove backdrop to showcase CONSTRUCTICON RAMPAGE in the Pyramid Desert Battle scene. Figure features vivid, movie-inspired deco and 2 detailed hand blaster accessories. In the Pyramid Desert Battle scene from TRANSFORMERS: REVENGE OF THE FALLEN, CONSTRUCTICON RAMPAGE, the left foot of DEVASTATOR, lures Sam Witwicky into a trap to force him to give up the Matrix Of Leadership. Reach past the big screen and build the ultimate TRANSFORMERS collection with Studio Series figures (each sold separately), inspired by iconic movie scenes and designed with specs and details to reflect the TRANSFORMERS movie universe. Perfect for fans looking for a more advanced converting figure. Available at most major retailers and on HasbroToyShop.com.

Transformers Studio Series 42 Voyager Class TRANSFORMERS: REVENGE OF THE FALLEN Movie Constructicon Long Haul Action Figure
(Ages 8 and up)
The 6.5-inch Studio Series 42 Voyager Class TRANSFORMERS: REVENGE OF THE FALLEN-inspired CONSTRUCTICON LONG HAUL figure converts from robot to dump truck mode in 21 steps. Remove backdrop to showcase CONSTRUCTICON LONG HAUL in the Pyramid Desert Battle scene. Figure features vivid, movie-inspired deco. In the Pyramid Desert Battle scene from TRANSFORMERS: REVENGE OF THE FALLEN, the CONSTRUCTICON LONG HAUL combines with 7 of his CONSTRUCTICON comrades to form the brutal DEVASTATOR combiner. Reach past the big screen and build the ultimate TRANSFORMERS collection with Studio Series figures (each sold separately), inspired by iconic movie scenes and designed with specs and details to reflect the TRANSFORMERS movie universe. Perfect for fans looking for a more advanced converting figure. Available at most major retailers and on HasbroToyShop.com.

Transformers Studio Series 39 Deluxe Class TRANSFORMERS: THE LAST KNIGHT Movie Cogman Action Figure
(Ages 8 and up)
The 4.5-inch Studio Series 39 Deluxe Class TRANSFORMERS: THE LAST KNIGHT COGMAN figure converts from robot to car mode in 19 steps. Remove backdrop to showcase COGMAN in the London Escape scene. Figure features vivid, movie-inspired deco and detailed accessories. Imagine the scene when, as COGMAN speeds through the streets of London, he remembers to tell Sir Edmund Burton that Agnes called for a snuggle. Reach past the big screen and build the ultimate TRANSFORMERS collection with Studio Series figures (each sold separately), inspired by iconic movie scenes and designed with specs and details to reflect the TRANSFORMERS movie universe. Perfect for fans looking for a more advanced converting figure. Available at most major retailers and on HasbroToyShop.com.

Transformers Studio Series 41 Deluxe Class TRANSFORMERS: REVENGE OF THE FALLEN Movie Constructicon Scrapmetal Action Figure
(Ages 8 and up)
The 4.5-inch Studio Series 41 Deluxe Class TRANSFORMERS: REVENGE OF THE FALLEN CONSTRUCTICON SCRAPMETAL figure converts from robot to vehicle mode in 24 steps. Remove backdrop to showcase CONSTRUCTICON SCRAPMETAL in the Pyramid Desert Battle scene. Figure features vivid, movie-inspired deco and detailed accessories. In the Pyramid Desert Battle scene from TRANSFORMERS: REVENGE OF THE FALLEN, the CONSTRUCTICON SCRAPMETAL combines with 7 of his CONSTRUCTICON comrades to form the brutal DEVASTATOR combiner. Reach past the big screen and build the ultimate TRANSFORMERS collection with Studio Series figures (each sold separately), inspired by iconic movie scenes and designed with specs and details to reflect the TRANSFORMERS movie universe. Perfect for fans looking for a more advanced converting figure. Available at most major retailers and on HasbroToyShop.com.

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Re: Studio Series Devastator prototype images at MCM London Comic-Con 2018 (1991486)
Posted by NeonPrime on October 28th, 2018 @ 6:26pm CDT
It's awesome to see proper movie Constructicons that combine to form Devastator! However,there's no way I want a ROTF Devastator enough to hunt and spend that kind of money. Personally I'd be happy with one of the EZ legends sets. With that said does anyone have any experience with the knock off version that can be found on ebay? Is the unbranded legends Devastator worth the $16?
Re: Studio Series Devastator prototype images at MCM London Comic-Con 2018 (1991487)
Posted by Ironhidensh on October 28th, 2018 @ 6:50pm CDT
So....... where are Devastators swinging nuts?
Re: Studio Series Devastator prototype images at MCM London Comic-Con 2018 (1991488)
Posted by JelZe GoldRabbit on October 28th, 2018 @ 7:06pm CDT
Ironhidensh wrote:So....... where are Devastators swinging nuts?


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Quite the surprise they actually managed to pull it off. :shock: That would mean 100% accuracy is officially off the table.

Speaking of accuracy, so far all vehicles have been accurate, and licensed. I don't see that changing for Dino. I mean, Stinger got its Pagani Huayra model, promoted from its unlicensed approximations, redecos, and Camaro model from his Bumblebee redeco from AoE!
Re: Studio Series Devastator prototype images at MCM London Comic-Con 2018 (1991493)
Posted by EvasionModeBumblebee on October 28th, 2018 @ 7:54pm CDT
notirishman wrote:
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Now that's interesting. Normally I'd call it a mistransformation but Prime's chest pieces are just gone. Maybe they'll be removable for the Jetfire combination (like a new chest piece that plugs in), but I'm thinking it wouldn't be hard to turn this into DOTM Prime with some third-party add-ons! :-?
Re: Studio Series Devastator prototype images at MCM London Comic-Con 2018 (1991495)
Posted by Spider5800 on October 28th, 2018 @ 8:07pm CDT
EvasionModeBumblebee wrote:
notirishman wrote:
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Now that's interesting. Normally I'd call it a mistransformation but Prime's chest pieces are just gone. Maybe they'll be removable for the Jetfire combination (like a new chest piece that plugs in), but I'm thinking it wouldn't be hard to turn this into DOTM Prime with some third-party add-ons! :-?


The stomach panels you mean? They're there, they're just unfolded (you can see them on his sides, giving him love handles).
Re: Studio Series Devastator prototype images at MCM London Comic-Con 2018 (1991496)
Posted by Wireless_Phantom on October 28th, 2018 @ 8:22pm CDT
Ironhidensh wrote:So....... where are Devastators swinging nuts?


Well, technically speaking this Devastator is missing a Constructicon compared to what it was in the movie, so it seems they left that last one out so they had an excuse for them not being there. :SG-CONS:
Re: Studio Series Devastator prototype images at MCM London Comic-Con 2018 (1991497)
Posted by D-Maximal_Primal on October 28th, 2018 @ 8:33pm CDT
Hot. Damn.

Megatron?? Hell yeah! That truck mode makes it all worth it!!

Optimus and Jetfire?? Also hell yeah!! It'll be awesome to have another go at that, and it means that I feel even better about being ok with not getting the SS Prime.

Bonecrush, Frikkin Bonecrusher baby!! My favorite movie con is getting a proper large toy at last!!!!!!!!!

Shatter looks so gooooooooooooood and cooooooooooool, I love her. I also love how her and Dropkick in the SS line so far transform into the alt mode that seems to take up more distinct features in their robot modes (Shatter looks far more muscle car with some jet parts, while Dropkick is dominated by the cockpit and robot blades).

FRIKKIN HELL TO THE FRIKKIN HELL YEAH DEVASTATOR BABY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I will buy all 8. I anticipate that Scrapmetal and Hightower are deluxes, Long Haul, Mixmaster, Rampage, and Scrapper voyagers, and Scavenger and Overload as leaders, with maybe Mixmaster or Scrapper falling to deluxe and Overload to voyager. Scavenger has to be Leader class though. And that is awesome to think about.

Also, Scrap Metal really seems to share some cues from the CW Devastator Scavenger, which is really awesome.

As of now, Studio Series is OWNING 2019!!!
Re: Studio Series Devastator prototype images at MCM London Comic-Con 2018 (1991498)
Posted by ZeldaTheSwordsman on October 28th, 2018 @ 8:55pm CDT
Welp, time to go into Negative Nancy mode.
1. As I suspected, they're ripping us off by only giving us one gun with Optimus.
2. It's Jetpower Optimus, Hasbro. Jetwing is the flight pack from Dark of the Moon. Pay attention to your own damn terminology.
3. Yep, it's definitely no more accurate than the ROTF Leader figures' combo; even less in some ways.. And it's using Optimus' single gun as a pathetic half-assed substitute for the actual BFG. I guess the legs are more functional and actually gain in height, but... Meh. If they wanted to do Jetpower Prime, they should have made a special release of Optimus with an add-on set that existed as the Jetpower parts and nothing but. There's even precedent via the DotM line!
4. Jetfire's axe would look better with the axe head being done as a piece that clipped onto the top of the landing gear cane, for accuracy's sake.

Now that that's out of my system.
Jetfire on his own continues to look more awesome. The new Constructicon toys are all looking good. Drift has his first good toy. The Studio Series is really coming into its own.
It leaves me really torn because they're cool and getting better but don't scale too well with figures outside the line (Unicron Trilogy, CHUG, the regular movie lines, which tend to shoot for ~1/32-ish for most characters and attempt to have robot modes scale even if vehicles don't)... I like them but at the same time most wouldn't go with the size I'm already invested in :(
Re: Studio Series Devastator prototype images at MCM London Comic-Con 2018 (1991510)
Posted by Agent 53 on October 29th, 2018 @ 1:07am CDT
YES! I WAS RIGHT! DEVY IS COMING!
Re: Studio Series Devastator prototype images at MCM London Comic-Con 2018 (1991511)
Posted by noctorro on October 29th, 2018 @ 1:54am CDT
Okay, might've been a negative Nancy a few posts ago about Jetfire.

But I do really like ROTF Devastator, the mix colors and that he's more of a slough or something. I like my Supreme one but the legs are small and he's heavy as @@!#$%. + the individual parts don't have a robot mode.

Now this guy looks great! And the new Longhaul also looks great, better than the voyager we got which is my favorite of the Constructicons. I never liked Rampage but I think him being a voyager sized would make him a better toy and less flimsy.

Another random Constructicon is always welcome if he has a humanoid robot mode. I do like the fact they went creative with the Constructicons. I just don't like the 2 wheeled guy and the drill body guy. Mixmaster was te-ri-ble as a toy. I hope they simplefy them a little.

I'm up for that Studio Series Devastator, reading his parts have robot modes.
I think I'll still keep Supreme Devastator because he also looks cool.

Shatter looks great, can't wait for the Cybertronian toys to get news items!
Re: Studio Series Devastator prototype images at MCM London Comic-Con 2018 (1991518)
Posted by Lunatic Prime on October 29th, 2018 @ 3:47am CDT
I'm pretty sure Shatter's cannon barrels are compatible with SIEGE's effect parts :D
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Re: Studio Series Devastator prototype images at MCM London Comic-Con 2018 (1991519)
Posted by Lunatic Prime on October 29th, 2018 @ 3:55am CDT
noctorro wrote:Shatter looks great, can't wait for the Cybertronian toys to get news items!

I'd like to see a new RotF Soundwave. But if you mean the Cybertronian modes from the Bumblebee Movie I guess you can use the SIEGE figures for that and maybe that's even intended that way by :HASBRO: ;)
Re: Studio Series Devastator prototype images at MCM London Comic-Con 2018 (1991524)
Posted by Carnivius_Prime on October 29th, 2018 @ 6:24am CDT
Probably seems old hat now but I got my boxed gold VW Bumblebee today. :)
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Shall open in a sec. You can see the G1 tapes are missing cos I presume previous owner is a G1 collector and just wanted those and so the Bee is untouched and cost £20 + £4 postage. :D
I shall likely have the battle mask on this version and call it Goldbug. :D
Re: Studio Series Devastator prototype images at MCM London Comic-Con 2018 (1991525)
Posted by ZeroWolf on October 29th, 2018 @ 6:28am CDT
Nice catch carni you'll have to post some pics of the two vw beetles together.
Re: Studio Series Devastator prototype images at MCM London Comic-Con 2018 (1991526)
Posted by Carnivius_Prime on October 29th, 2018 @ 6:51am CDT
ZeroWolf wrote:Nice catch carni you'll have to post some pics of the two vw beetles together.


Thanks. Yeah I really like this. The face came off way easier than on the yellow one (which was likely stuck cos of paint) and I'm pretty happy with him overall. Think my only disappointment being no background card display for him. Not a big deal at moment cos I haven't the shelf space at present to display all the figures with their backdrops but I would like to.
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Speaking of background cards, i take it Devastator likely won't have one due to size and that he's sold as many separate smaller figures? Still amazed they're even doing this whole thing. :)

Also I wonder if those shoulder holes on the new Studio Prime (for Jetfire parts) can fit the tabs of the swords on the first Studio Prime so I can store them on there.
Re: Studio Series Devastator prototype images at MCM London Comic-Con 2018 (1991528)
Posted by ZeroWolf on October 29th, 2018 @ 6:57am CDT
You getting the gold camaro bee? As for devy yeah unless he's being sold in a box, there won't be a display for him.
Re: Studio Series Devastator prototype images at MCM London Comic-Con 2018 (1991529)
Posted by Carnivius_Prime on October 29th, 2018 @ 7:04am CDT
ZeroWolf wrote:You getting the gold camaro bee? As for devy yeah unless he's being sold in a box, there won't be a display for him.


If I can find it cheap enough. I wanted the gold VW to be a seperate Goldbug but the gold camaro doesn't really have a character it could be but I'd still like it. I've spent so much monies lately though and I wanna be saving up for all these extremely awesome upcoming Studio toys.
Re: Studio Series Devastator prototype images at MCM London Comic-Con 2018 (1991531)
Posted by ZeroWolf on October 29th, 2018 @ 7:22am CDT
Yeah that devy is going to cost a lot when it's all added up. Maybe releasing him in stages is to help people's wallets...

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