Toy Fair 2011 Coverage - Transformers Cyberverse Playsets and Commander / Legion Class Figures!
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Collectability has been an inherent part of TRANSFORMERS action figures since their inception over twenty five years ago. The new TRANSFORMERS CYBERVERSE line of action figures is created in a collectable, small scale and features easier robot-to-vehicle conversion than its larger counterparts in the MECHTECH line. The easier conversion and smaller scale allows kids to change the toys from robot to vehicle and play out the TRANSFORMERS fantasy! The new CYBERVERSE line features action figures as well as playsets, including the CYBERVERSE ARK PLAYSET, a TRANSFORMERS spaceship that converts to a battle station.
TRANSFORMERS CYBERVERSE Line
Collectability has been an inherent part of TRANSFORMERS action figures since their inception over twenty five years
ago. The new TRANSFORMERS CYBERVERSE line of action figures is created in a collectable, small scale and
features easier robot-to-vehicle conversion than its larger counterparts in the MECHTECH line. The easier conversion
and smaller scale allows kids to change the toys from robot to vehicle and play out the TRANSFORMERS fantasy! The
new CYBERVERSE line features action figures as well as playsets, including the CYBERVERSE ARK PLAYSET, a
TRANSFORMERS spaceship that converts to a battle station. Following are highlights of the new CYBERVERSE line.
TRANSFORMERS CYBERVERSE AUTOBOT ARK Space Craft
(Approximate retail price: $29.99: Ages: 5 & up; Available: 8/1/2011)
No AUTOBOT intergalactic expedition would be complete without the TRANSFORMERS CYBERVERSE
AUTOBOT ARK space craft! “Rocketing through space” to take out the menacing DECEPTICONS,
the AUTOBOT ship has the ability to change into Battle Station Mode revealing multiple play areas for
CYBERVERSE action figures. This playset features electronic lights and sounds, as well as the ability to launch
projectiles. There’s also a holding cell for captured DECEPTICONS! Includes one CYBERVERSE LEGION
CLASS figure. Additional figures sold separately. 2 AA batteries required.
TRANSFORMERS CYBERVERSE COMMANDER CLASS and LEGION CLASS Action Figure Assortments
(Approximate retail price: COMMANDER CLASS $7.99; LEGION CLASS $4.99: Ages: 5 & up; Available: 5/16/
The TRANSFORMERS CYBERVERSE line of action figures are created in fun, small collectible scales,
feature popular characters from the TRANSFORMERS universe and are easy to convert from robot to vehicle!
To play out the battle of the AUTOBOTS vs. the DECEPTICONS, the TRANSFORMERS CYBERVERSE
COMMANDER CLASS figures come with converting accessories and gear to take the battle to the next level.
The TRANSFORMERS CYBERVERSE LEGION CLASS figures sport c-clamp hands that can hold weapons
and interact with CYBERVERSE playsets. More than 20 figures exist within the line to collect. Each figure sold
separately. Subject to availability.
Keep it at Seibertron.com for your Transformers 2011 Toy Fair coverage!
This article was last modified on Saturday, February 12th, 2011 10:54pm CST
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Posted by Megatron Wolf on February 12th, 2011 @ 11:00pm CST
Posted by T-Macksimus on February 12th, 2011 @ 11:01pm CST
Wheeljack35 wrote:I want that Powerglide
You and me both. This stuff is the best selection yet for DotM toys. Just wish we could have had decent shot of the Ark opened up but that is the extent of my complaint about this whole selection. None of the other toys have really fascinated me much but these toys are definite "must haves" for me.
*edit* Whoops, looks like we do have the better shot of the Ark but I'm just having issues with my browser and getting links to work right. Never mind. No complaints at all anymore. Buying them all!!
Posted by NatsumeRyu on February 12th, 2011 @ 11:18pm CST
I think I'm starting to see the direction the DotM line is going in, and I like it. It's interesting, and something new.
Posted by OptiMagnus on February 12th, 2011 @ 11:54pm CST
Kudos to Hasbro for this line. Much better than the old legends concept.
Posted by grimdragon2001 on February 13th, 2011 @ 12:12am CST
Posted by Dr. Caelus on February 13th, 2011 @ 1:31am CST
Hope they go the Micromaster route and provide some terrestrial play-sets and such. Of course, I more so hope that we can get a repaint of the Ark in gold, and get some more classic-ish characters. I'm not too interested in movie characters (though Blackout looks fun), and I'd really like a G1 Optimus Prime in scout size. Although I may cheat and just use for WFC Prime & Megatron as the respective commanders.
Posted by Galvatrondestroyer on February 13th, 2011 @ 1:48am CST
Posted by Carnivius_Prime on February 13th, 2011 @ 3:22am CST
Posted by Oilspill on February 13th, 2011 @ 5:16am CST
I may replace my Ultra Powerglide with this guy!
Posted by Ironhide516 on February 13th, 2011 @ 7:51am CST
That Prime w/ trailer may satisfy my desire for a Prime w/ trailer without spending 80 bucks on the Ultimate Prime. And I think I'm liking that Megs figure to w/ the trailer.
Posted by Rated X on February 13th, 2011 @ 9:00am CST
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Posted by OlivusPrime on February 13th, 2011 @ 11:42am CST
Posted by Bounti76 on February 13th, 2011 @ 1:24pm CST
Rated X wrote:Its good we get a scale Powerglide. Also like the Blackout. He looks to be more posable.
Scale as in scaled nearer to his G1 toy? Personally, I like G1 Minibot figure homages that are scaled closer to their real-life alternate modes, or in the case of their alternate modes not existing, something approiximating a real-life sized mode. I didn't get Universe Powerglide because I didn't care for the toy itself, but a Voyager size of this new toy would be cool. HFTD Seaspray is perfectly sized that way- a hovercraft is a pretty big vehicle, but making it smaller than a deluxe Bumblebee, for instance doesn't make sense real-life size-wise.
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