Thanks to fellow news staffer xRotorstormx
we now know that the Transformers busy book has been sighted at Rite Aid in Eaton Rapids, MI. From these wonderful pictures we can see the artwork used in this book. Judging by the style, there could be some hidden hints for the upcoming Transformers: Cyberverse
TV show. Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Hot Rod, Starscream, Megatron, and Soundwave are all available in this set. It is also worthy to note that these figures do not transform, however each character is represented in each mode by two different figures. This means it comes with a total of 12 figures. We can also see in the last image that this book is priced at 14.99 if anyone was wondering.
If you find any new Transformers related products or figures, please be sure to tell us!
Re: Transformers Busy Book sighted at US retail (1918952)
Posted by Kurona
on October 30th, 2017 @ 9:02am CDT
"Now this selfish menace wants to conquer everything -- including Optimus Prime!"
Re: Transformers Busy Book sighted at US retail (1918953)
Posted by frogbat
on October 30th, 2017 @ 9:17am CDT
I probably would have loved this as a kid... tho with every piece of TF related merchandise I received and appreciated, I was a little bummed that the money spent on whatever, was not spent on figures instead.
Re: Transformers Busy Book sighted at US retail (1918955)
Posted by TulioDude
on October 30th, 2017 @ 9:32am CDT
So these designs are gonna be used in the new cartoon?
Re: Transformers Busy Book sighted at US retail (1919761)
Posted by Sunstar
on November 3rd, 2017 @ 6:05pm CDT
I just got mine, I picked it up for the Starscreams
Paint application is about as good as I expected for the item, which is not that great.
Its a simple pose, actually if I were so inclined, I could use it to make a silicon mould that I could make plaster casts of it. The design seems ot be(for Starscream) IDW-esq
Re: Transformers Busy Book sighted at US retail (1919927)
Posted by Sabrblade
on November 4th, 2017 @ 11:55pm CDT
TulioDude wrote:So these designs are gonna be used in the new cartoon?
At the very least, the Cyberverse cartoon seems to be drawing some inspiration from these evergreen designs.