Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage Robots in Disguise Product Descriptions and New Images

Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage Robots in Disguise Product Descriptions and New Images

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Here is the official press release for upcoming Robots in Disguise toys in 2015. Though a few have been announced in the past, this is the first official confirmation for:

TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE MINI-CON DEPLOYERS

TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE SUPER BUMBLEBEE

TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE MINI-CONS (SINGLE PACK) which include:

- SLIPSTREAM
- DRAGONUS
- DIVEBOMB
- SAWBACK

Pictures of some of these figures have been mirrored below the Press Release statements. These pictures include, among others, Super Bumblebee, a Minicon for Deployer Drift and Deployer Fracture.

TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE – 2015 PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS



New for 2015, Hasbro’s TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE line features fun play patterns and a fresh new style, based on the hotly anticipated new animated series TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE.

TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE, premiering on Cartoon Network in March 2015, features a brand new chapter in the history of the TRANSFORMERS franchise. Featuring BUMBLEBEE as the leader of a team of young AUTOBOTS, the series features the new team of TRANSFORMERS saving the Earth from the menace of STEELJAW and an all new group of
wild and dangerous DECEPTICONS!

The innovative figures put the action in your hand with 1-Step Changers and 3-Step Changers. You can also download the new TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE mobile game and scan each figure into the app. Each figure is imprinted with a scannable shield that when scanned into the app unlocks that character for battle action!

The 2015 TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE line from Hasbro features the following products:

Action Figures

TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE 3-STEP CHANGERS Assortment
(Ages 5 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $19.99/Available: Spring 2015)

Each TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE THREE-STEP CHANGERS figure features a character from the all new animated series, TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE, coming to Cartoon Network in 2015 in a fun, larger size with an amazingly fluid conversion. Kids can convert each figure in three steps and get right into the action! Characters include:
BUMBLEBEE and GRIMLOCK. Each sold separately. Take the action to your mobile device. Download the TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE app to your digital device, then scan the shield to unlock a character or weapons
or more!

TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE WARRIORS CLASS Assortment
(Ages 6 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $14.99/Available: Spring 2015)

Each TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE WARRIORS figure features a character from the all new animated series, TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE, coming to Cartoon Network in 2015. Warrior figures feature classic puzzle play for fans that want the traditional TRANSFORMERS experience. These detailed figures are great for collectors and kids as
they convert from robot to vehicle in 10 steps or less and come with a unique weapon accessory. High articulation means more action play, as fans can pose their figures and play out their favorite battles from the new animated series with GRIMLOCK, BUMBLEBEE, STEELJAW, and STRONGARM. Each sold separately. Take the action to your mobile device.
Download the TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE app to your digital device, then scan the shield to unlock a character or weapons or more!

TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE TITAN HEROES Action Figure Assortment
(Ages 4 years & up /Approx. Retail Price: $12.99/Available: Spring 2015)

Kids and collectors alike will have big fun with these 12-inch scale action figures based on the new animated series coming to Cartoon Network in 2015. Each non-converting figure features five points of articulation and packs a lot of play at a great price! Characters include: OPTIMUS PRIME, BUMBLEBEE, and STEELJAW. Each sold separately. Take the
action to your mobile device. Download the TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE app to your digital device, then scan the shield to unlock a character or weapons or more!

TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE LEGION CLASS Assortment
(Ages 6 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $5.99/Available: Spring 2015)
Each TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE LEGION figure features a character from the all new animated series, TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE, coming to Cartoon Network in 2015 in a small-scale, collectable figure that converts from robot to vehicle in 10 steps or less! Characters include: BUMBLEBEE, OPTIMUS PRIME, STEELJAW, and STRONGARM. Each sold separately. Take the action to your mobile device. Download the TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE app to your digital device, then scan the shield to unlock a character or weapons or more!

TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE 1-STEP CHANGERS Assortment
Ages 5 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $9.99/Available: Spring 2015)

Each TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE ONE-STEP CHANGERS figure features a character from the all new animated series, TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE, coming to Cartoon Network in 2015, and converts from robot to vehicle and back in one awesome step! Characters include: BUMBLEBEE, UNDERBITE, SIDESWIPE, and STRONGARM. Each sold
separately. Take the action to your mobile device. Download the TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE app to your digital device, then scan the shield to unlock a character or weapons or more!

TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE Tiny Titans
(Ages 4 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $2.49/Available: Spring 2015)
Get a bot that’s small but mighty in this Tiny Titans figure pack! Each Blind Bag includes 1 miniature [non-converting?]Transformers figure and a character card for your collection. Which one will you get? There’s only one way to find out! Collect all 12 to start building your Tiny Titans Transformers army today, including all your favorite characters: SIDESWIPE, STRONGARM, GRIMLOCK, OPTIMUS PRIME, BUMBLEBEE and more. Each sold separately. Take the action to your mobile device. Download the TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE app to your digital device, then scan the shield to unlock a character or weapons or more!

TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE MINI-CON DEPLOYERS
(Ages 6 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $19.99/Available: Fall 2015)
DEPLOYERS figures team with exclusive deployable MINI-CON figures to demolish enemies! Pick a side and choose a warrior: AUTOBOT DRIFT or DECEPTICON FRACTURE. Each DEPLOYERS figure comes with one MINI-CON figure that it can deploy into battle! DEPLOYERS figures convert from robot to vehicle in less than 10 steps. Their MINI-CON teammates convert in just one. AUTOBOT DRIFT figure works with all buzzsaw-shaped MINI-CON figures. DECEPTICON FRACTURE figure works with all torpedo-shaped MINI-CON figures. Collect and deploy! Take the action to your mobile device.
Download the TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE app to your digital device, then scan the shield to unlock a character or weapons or more!

TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE MEGA OPTIMUS PRIME
(Ages 5 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $29.99/Available: Fall 2015)
The heroic AUTOBOT Commander is ready for battle in a flash! This OPTIMUS PRIME figure stands over 11 inches tall and converts from truck to powerful robot in one smooth motion! Simply pull the trailer apart to convert from vehicle to robot, then push the figure's chest and swing the cab down to convert back. The built-in connector ports let kids attach MINI-CON figures (each sold separately) and use them as weapons and armor for battle. Take the action to your mobile device. Download the TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE app to your digital device, then scan the shield to unlock a character or weapons or more!

TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE SUPER BUMBLEBEE
(Ages 4 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $49.99/Available: Fall 2015)
Heroes don't come any bigger than BUMBLEBEE, and BUMBLEBEE figures don't come any bigger than this! At over 19 inches tall, SUPER BUMBLEBEE can stand up to any DECEPTICON threat. The light-up figure recognizes whether it's in vehicle or robot mode and plays unique sounds in each. The figure changes from robot to vehicle in less than 3 steps and it plays the classic TRANSFORMERS conversion sound effect when going from one mode to another. Take the action to your mobile device. Download the TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE app to your digital device, then scan the shield to unlock a character or weapons or more!

TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE MINI-CONS (SINGLE PACK)
(Ages 5 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $4.99/Available: Fall 2015)
These bots don't just go on the attack, they are the attack! Based on the MINI-CONS seen in the TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE animated series, MINI-CON figures convert from robot to weapon mode in one simple step. Choose from buzzsaw-shaped AUTOBOT MINI-CONS or torpedo-shaped DECEPTICON MINI-CONS, then customize each figure with the included battle accessories. Team them with DEPLOYERS figures (each sold separately) and deploy each MINI-CON figure into battle. Collect and deploy an entire MINI-CON army! Characters include: SLIPSTREAM, DRAGONUS, DIVEBOMB, and SAWBACK. Take the action to your mobile device. Download the TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE app to your digital device, then scan the shield to unlock a character or weapons or more!


Transformers News: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage New Robots in Disguise Products

Transformers News: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage New Robots in Disguise Products

Transformers News: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage New Robots in Disguise Products

Transformers News: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage New Robots in Disguise Products

Transformers News: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage New Robots in Disguise Products

Transformers News: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage New Robots in Disguise Products

Transformers News: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage New Robots in Disguise Products

Credit(s): Hasbro


This article was last modified on Friday, February 13th, 2015 12:31pm CST

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Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage Robots in Disguise Product Descriptions and New Images (1650547)
Posted by Noideaforaname on February 13th, 2015 @ 10:55am CST
Image
For a brief moment I thought this was a Cosmos repaint.
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage Robots in Disguise Product Descriptions and New Images (1650552)
Posted by Rated X on February 13th, 2015 @ 10:59am CST
Whos the purple guy ? Cyclonus ? And whats that robotic pizza looking thing ?
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage Robots in Disguise Product Descriptions and New Images (1650559)
Posted by Jelze Bunnycat on February 13th, 2015 @ 11:05am CST
Rated X wrote:Whos the purple guy ? Cyclonus ? And whats that robotic pizza looking thing ?


I believe he's called Fracture and transforms into a motorbike. Instead of being an animal-con like the rest he comes with two animals Mini-Cons in the show. The disc is one of Drift's Mini-Cons I think
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage Robots in Disguise Product Descriptions and New Images (1650564)
Posted by william-james88 on February 13th, 2015 @ 11:12am CST
JelZe GoldRabbit wrote:
Rated X wrote:Whos the purple guy ? Cyclonus ? And whats that robotic pizza looking thing ?


I believe he's called Fracture and transforms into a motorbike. Instead of being an animal-con like the rest he comes with two animals Mini-Cons in the show. The disc is one of Drift's Mini-Cons I think


Yup, as written above:

These pictures include, among others, a Minicon for Deployer Drift and Deployer Fracture
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage Robots in Disguise Product Descriptions and New Images (1650567)
Posted by OptimalOptimus2 on February 13th, 2015 @ 11:17am CST
Rated X wrote:Whos the purple guy ? Cyclonus ? And whats that robotic pizza looking thing ?

I'm guessing Slipstrem. ;)
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage Robots in Disguise Product Descriptions and New Images (1650569)
Posted by Bounti76 on February 13th, 2015 @ 11:22am CST
And TF:RID continuity gets murkier.....Slipstream was already well established to be a female seeker in the WFC/Prime/Aligned continuity....now Slipstream is a male Autobot minicon? :BANG_HEAD:
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage Robots in Disguise Product Descriptions and New Images (1650573)
Posted by Jelze Bunnycat on February 13th, 2015 @ 11:37am CST
Bounti76 wrote:And TF:RID continuity gets murkier.....Slipstream was already well established to be a female seeker in the WFC/Prime/Aligned continuity....now Slipstream is a male Autobot minicon? :BANG_HEAD:


In-continuity namesakes become extremely common when Mini-Cons come into play. Look at Armada, Energon, Cybertron and especially within the Mini-Con Groups themselves.
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage Robots in Disguise Product Descriptions and New Images (1650575)
Posted by griftimus prime on February 13th, 2015 @ 11:44am CST
keep it coming
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage Robots in Disguise Product Descriptions and New Images (1650582)
Posted by Wolfman Jake on February 13th, 2015 @ 11:59am CST
JelZe GoldRabbit wrote:
Bounti76 wrote:And TF:RID continuity gets murkier.....Slipstream was already well established to be a female seeker in the WFC/Prime/Aligned continuity....now Slipstream is a male Autobot minicon? :BANG_HEAD:


In-continuity namesakes become extremely common when Mini-Cons come into play. Look at Armada, Energon, Cybertron and especially within the Mini-Con Groups themselves.


At this point, I'm going to say that the only internal consistency with TF:RID is strictly with the TF:Prime cartoon and NOTHING else. No comics, video games, packaging bios, pack-in stories, or ANYTHING ELSE ancillary to the TF:Prime cartoon, even if otherwise regarded as official or cannon stories. At best, I think the "aligned continuity" is proving just to be another continuity family with several different flavors involved (WfC/FoC games, versus novelizations, versus cartoon, versus toy fiction, versus whatever else). At worst, I think Hasbro just doesn't care, and spent a whole lot of time, energy, and money rebooting their Transformers brand continuity for the modern age to simply give up on it and not care a scant few years later. Long story short, don't try to make sense of any of it. Continuity only works for the aligned universe if you isolate the stories by media outlet (videogames, books, shows, etc.). Across media, the fiction doesn't complement itself.
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage Robots in Disguise Product Descriptions and New Images (1650587)
Posted by william-james88 on February 13th, 2015 @ 12:07pm CST
Wolfman Jake wrote:
JelZe GoldRabbit wrote:
Bounti76 wrote:And TF:RID continuity gets murkier.....Slipstream was already well established to be a female seeker in the WFC/Prime/Aligned continuity....now Slipstream is a male Autobot minicon? :BANG_HEAD:


In-continuity namesakes become extremely common when Mini-Cons come into play. Look at Armada, Energon, Cybertron and especially within the Mini-Con Groups themselves.


At this point, I'm going to say that the only internal consistency with TF:RID is strictly with TF:Prime and NOTHING else. No comics, video games, packaging bios, pack-in stories, or ANYTHING ELSE ancillary to the TF:Prime cartoon. At best, I think the "aligned continuity" is proving just to be another continuity family with several different flavors involved (WfC/FoC games, versus novelizations, versus cartoon, versus toy fiction, versus whatever else). At worst, I think Hasbro just doesn't care, and spent a whole lot of time, energy, and money rebooting their Transformers brand continuity for the modern age to simply give up on it and not care a scant few years later. Long story short, don't try to make sense of any of it. Continuity only works for the aligned universe if you isolate the stories by media outlet (videogames, books, shows, etc.). Across media, the fiction doesn't complement itself.


To me, the WFC/FOC games are as linked to the Aligned continuity presented in Prime as the Marvel comics were linked to the G1 continuity presented in the show.

It's stories using the same characters and backstories but not necessarily linked to eachother more than that.
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage Robots in Disguise Product Descriptions and New Images (1650588)
Posted by leokearon on February 13th, 2015 @ 12:08pm CST
I really hope the butt cannon on Fracture is detachable
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage Robots in Disguise Product Descriptions and New Images (1650594)
Posted by WiseMan on February 13th, 2015 @ 12:18pm CST
Wolfman Jake wrote:At this point, I'm going to say that the only internal consistency with TF:RID is strictly with the TF:Prime cartoon and NOTHING else. No comics, video games, packaging bios, pack-in stories, or ANYTHING ELSE ancillary to the TF:Prime cartoon, even if otherwise regarded as official or cannon stories.


I agree, but there's one problem. In TF:Prime, Unit E was set up specifically to deal with Decepticon threats on Earth. I believe a prison ship crashing on Earth would be exactly what they're meant to deal with. But instead, the TF:RID allies are a dad and his kid who run a junkyard?

They'd better explain that awful quick when the series starts.
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage Robots in Disguise Product Descriptions and New Images (1650596)
Posted by leokearon on February 13th, 2015 @ 12:20pm CST
WiseMan wrote:
Wolfman Jake wrote:At this point, I'm going to say that the only internal consistency with TF:RID is strictly with the TF:Prime cartoon and NOTHING else. No comics, video games, packaging bios, pack-in stories, or ANYTHING ELSE ancillary to the TF:Prime cartoon, even if otherwise regarded as official or cannon stories.


I agree, but there's one problem. In TF:Prime, Unit E was set up specifically to deal with Decepticon threats on Earth. I believe a prison ship crashing on Earth would be exactly what they're meant to deal with. But instead, the TF:RID allies are a dad and his kid who run a junkyard?

They'd better explain that awful quick when the series starts.


The prison ship crashed on top of them all.
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage Robots in Disguise Product Descriptions and New Images (1650599)
Posted by william-james88 on February 13th, 2015 @ 12:23pm CST
leokearon wrote:
WiseMan wrote:
Wolfman Jake wrote:At this point, I'm going to say that the only internal consistency with TF:RID is strictly with the TF:Prime cartoon and NOTHING else. No comics, video games, packaging bios, pack-in stories, or ANYTHING ELSE ancillary to the TF:Prime cartoon, even if otherwise regarded as official or cannon stories.


I agree, but there's one problem. In TF:Prime, Unit E was set up specifically to deal with Decepticon threats on Earth. I believe a prison ship crashing on Earth would be exactly what they're meant to deal with. But instead, the TF:RID allies are a dad and his kid who run a junkyard?

They'd better explain that awful quick when the series starts.


The prison ship crashed on top of them all.


:APPLAUSE:
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage Robots in Disguise Product Descriptions and New Images (1650613)
Posted by shajaki on February 13th, 2015 @ 12:50pm CST
*was falsely excited about cosmos repaint*
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage Robots in Disguise Product Descriptions and New Images (1650616)
Posted by Tsutsukakushi on February 13th, 2015 @ 12:54pm CST
Hoping that the Rid Minicon deployers bigger figures are Voyager class and are fully articulated. If they are, Then I plan to buy Fracture. The skeptic in me thinks The bigger figures are only Deluxe class toys.

Have plans to buy that Three step Transformation Voyager class Steeljaw toy. Think the character design from the Deluxe toy will translate nicely into a Three step Voyager toy.

Probably going to be picking up a few minicons. Especially the ones named after the 1986 Predacons. Just hoping they look like the characters.

Still on the fence whether I want to buy the Warrior Deluxe class Steeljaw toy or not. Might be tempted to buy a black Repaint called Ravage. Think if Hasbro doesn't do it, TFCC will.
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage Robots in Disguise Product Descriptions and New Images (1650623)
Posted by william-james88 on February 13th, 2015 @ 1:01pm CST
Tsutsukakushi wrote:Hoping that the Rid Minicon deployers bigger figures are Voyager class and are fully articulated. If they are, Then I plan to buy Fracture. The skeptic in me thinks The bigger figures are only Deluxe class toys.

Have plans to buy that Three step Transformation Voyager class Steeljaw toy. Think the character design from the Deluxe toy will translate nicely into a Three step Voyager toy.

Probably going to be picking up a few minicons. Especially the ones named after the 1986 Predacons. Just hoping they look like the characters.

Still on the fence whether I want to buy the Warrior Deluxe class Steeljaw toy or not. Might be tempted to buy a black Repaint called Ravage. Think if Hasbro doesn't do it, TFCC will.


Takara already has a steeljaw warrior repaint announced, they have yet to reveal it though
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage Robots in Disguise Product Descriptions and New Images (1650657)
Posted by Grahf_ on February 13th, 2015 @ 1:52pm CST
Tsutsukakushi wrote:Still on the fence whether I want to buy the Warrior Deluxe class Steeljaw toy or not. Might be tempted to buy a black Repaint called Ravage. Think if Hasbro doesn't do it, TFCC will.


If it helps in any way, I love Steeljaw.

Contrary to what every reviewer has shown other than Seibertron, it stands perfectly fine. It's just that people keep mis transforming the legs and it throws the balance off. Once you realize where the legs need to and WANT to be (there is an indicator as to where the legs should be for it to stand), it stands pretty well. It seems most people go past this point and have problems because of it. If you go backwards from the point I just mentioned and move the legs slightly (like a millimeter) back into vehicle mode it can even stand with it's tail and arms pointed straight back and not fall over. The legs also want to stand at an "A" stance because that's where the flat parts of the feet are. Most reviewers seemed to ignore that just so they could have something to complain about. Speaking of complaining, the arm flaps don't matter. So what if they're a little loose, it's not like you're going to be smacking them around once it's displayed on a shelf. I've seen people brush off hips that are so loose that they do the splits every single time you stand the figure but loose arm flaps are what sets everyone off? Just stop people and cut it out, the arm flaps are far from a real problem.

What is bad though are the arms but even then they're not THAT bad. When you try to bend them normally at the elbow, the pin in the elbow will begin to slide back as if it were transforming into vehicle mode. Just remember to give a slight pull on the arms to make sure it's lined up properly before bending the elbow. Also while the shoulders do have good range of motion, they look weird when you move the arms outward because of where they put that hinge. However, it needed to be like that in order to get that joint due to how the arms transform but it is unsightly.

Are there a LOT of questionable and bad design choices with Steeljaw? Yes, absolutely. There are many things that could have and should have been done better.

Is the figure bad because of them? Hell no. Most problems people are having with it are user based and not necessarily the fault of the design choices.
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage Robots in Disguise Product Descriptions and New Images (1650688)
Posted by Tsutsukakushi on February 13th, 2015 @ 2:26pm CST
william-james88 wrote: Takara already has a steeljaw warrior repaint announced, they have yet to reveal it though


Speculating it will be a G1 Autobot Steeljaw update toy done in Yellow.

Guessing if anyone does the Black repaint and calls it Ravage it will be TFCC.
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage Robots in Disguise Product Descriptions and New Images (1650689)
Posted by william-james88 on February 13th, 2015 @ 2:28pm CST
Tsutsukakushi wrote:
william-james88 wrote: Takara already has a steeljaw warrior repaint announced, they have yet to reveal it though


Speculating it will be a 1985 Autobot Steeljaw update toy done in Yellow.

Guessing if anyone does the Black repaint and calls it Ravage it will be TFCC.


I wouldnt bet on that yellow repaint since he is being called "Snarl".

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