Video Review for Transformers: The Last Knight Planet Cybertron

Video Review for Transformers: The Last Knight Planet Cybertron

Monday, July 24th, 2017 4:47pm CDT

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Sammythekat has once again shot a piece of news our way. This time, it's a brand new video review of the Transformers The Last Knight Planet Cybertron! The video, from Baltmatrix, shows off the figure (and it's highly-debated paint scheme) very well! Check it out below!

Credit(s): Baltmatrix


This article was last modified on Monday, July 24th, 2017 5:06pm CDT

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Re: Video Review for Transformers: The Last Knight Planet Cybertron (1899344)
Posted by Qwan on July 24th, 2017 @ 5:29pm CDT
Brian Goldner wrote:this is a brand that’s becoming Increasingly Global, Increasingly International.
I don't know why exactly, but the capitalization here just really gets me. :lol: It'd make a great tagline, or a position title for someone important. "Seibertron: Increasingly Global, Increasingly International".
Re: Video Review for Transformers: The Last Knight Planet Cybertron (1899345)
Posted by Bronzewolf on July 24th, 2017 @ 5:33pm CDT
Qwan wrote:
Brian Goldner wrote:this is a brand that’s becoming Increasingly Global, Increasingly International.
I don't know why exactly, but the capitalization here just really gets me. :lol: It'd make a great tagline, or a position title for someone important. "Seibertron: Increasingly Global, Increasingly International".

Increasingly Redundant, apparently, as well. :lol: :-P
Re: Video Review for Transformers: The Last Knight Planet Cybertron (1899539)
Posted by william-james88 on July 25th, 2017 @ 10:00am CDT
By this point, you would think the entire line has been fully revealed, especially since SDCC had figures we had all seen before. But there are still some figures that we never had official images for, like Turbo Changer Scorn. His listing is up at Target right now, as is the listing for Turbo Changer Cogman and Drift. These are the rebranded one steps which feature the words "Cyber Fire" to promote the gimmick of having fire revealed when you shine a UV light on them (provided by the big Turbo Changer Dragonstorm). While we have seen some images of these before, here they all are again withthe new Scorn images. Enjoy!

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Re: Video Review for Transformers: The Last Knight Planet Cybertron (1899654)
Posted by Cybertronius Primus on July 25th, 2017 @ 3:21pm CDT
It doesn't look to bad but I've already got the original, so I think I'll pass.
Re: Video Review for Transformers: The Last Knight Planet Cybertron (1899736)
Posted by -Kanrabat- on July 25th, 2017 @ 8:03pm CDT
Turbo changer Scorn look really awesome! I'm actually impressed.
The cars look like garbage, as usual.

BTW, I sighted deluxe Slog at Walmart.
Re: Video Review for Transformers: The Last Knight Planet Cybertron (1899762)
Posted by william-james88 on July 25th, 2017 @ 10:29pm CDT
-Kanrabat- wrote:Turbo changer Scorn look really awesome! I'm actually impressed.
The cars look like garbage, as usual.

BTW, I sighted deluxe Slog at Walmart.

I think you mean Slug, and yeah he's been there for a good month now. Pick up his wavemate Sqweeks when you can, you wont regret it!
Re: Video Review for Transformers: The Last Knight Planet Cybertron (1899789)
Posted by -Kanrabat- on July 26th, 2017 @ 12:39am CDT
william-james88 wrote:
-Kanrabat- wrote:Turbo changer Scorn look really awesome! I'm actually impressed.
The cars look like garbage, as usual.

BTW, I sighted deluxe Slog at Walmart.

I think you mean Slug, and yeah he's been there for a good month now. Pick up his wavemate Sqweeks when you can, you wont regret it!


I dunno. I'm on the fence on that one. I unloaded so many of that kind on purchases on my local geek store for buying vintage G1s. I then swore to myself to only buy the transformers who seriously pull at my heartstrings now. Even if the thing is on sale, if I stay stone cold toward it, it will stay on the peg/shelf.
Re: Video Review for Transformers: The Last Knight Planet Cybertron (1899839)
Posted by Kotori_Sonoda on July 26th, 2017 @ 7:45am CDT
I'm surprised at Scorn, probably one of the better looking one steps out there.
Re: Video Review for Transformers: The Last Knight Planet Cybertron (1899907)
Posted by D-Maximal_Primal on July 26th, 2017 @ 1:46pm CDT
I'm sort of laughing right now. The wave 3 voyagers came in stock at TFsource (I got both), yet my local stores are still stuck with lots of wave 1 stuff.
Re: Video Review for Transformers: The Last Knight Planet Cybertron (1899948)
Posted by WreckerJack on July 26th, 2017 @ 6:12pm CDT
Transformers: The Last Knight Reveal The Shield Turbo Chargers 6 Packs have been found in Chile. They were sighted in a store called Parìs (Not to be confused with the city in France of course!) This set contains Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Grimlock, Hound, Barricade and Megatron.

If you find any new figures or merchandise please let us know!

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Re: Video Review for Transformers: The Last Knight Planet Cybertron (1899965)
Posted by Decepticon Stryker on July 26th, 2017 @ 8:11pm CDT
So I've been going back and forth between this and I've finally decided to ask you guys:
Should I get TLK Deluxe Slash? Is he a good figure? Or is he just a figure like Steelbane: cool looking, but bad qc?
Re: Video Review for Transformers: The Last Knight Planet Cybertron (1899968)
Posted by Autobot N on July 26th, 2017 @ 8:31pm CDT
Decepticon Stryker wrote:So I've been going back and forth between this and I've finally decided to ask you guys:
Should I get TLK Deluxe Slash? Is he a good figure? Or is he just a figure like Steelbane: cool looking, but bad qc?
I've got the AOE one. QC isn't bad, but the figure just kinda sucks.
Re: Video Review for Transformers: The Last Knight Planet Cybertron (1899976)
Posted by Qwan on July 26th, 2017 @ 9:23pm CDT
Decepticon Stryker wrote:So I've been going back and forth between this and I've finally decided to ask you guys:
Should I get TLK Deluxe Slash? Is he a good figure? Or is he just a figure like Steelbane: cool looking, but bad qc?
I haven't had any versions of that mold so I'm probably not the best person to give advice here, but the main deciding factor for me was that I don't really like the way he looks, and also the somewhat uncommon - but very frustrating - issue of mandatory sideways-elbow-action in robot mode (i.e. no forward bend at the elbows, much like CW Long Haul and quite a few of the AoE Dinobots). If you like the aesthetics of him (and admittedly, the toned-down colors on the TLK version do look objectively much better, even if they lose some of the 'bizarre' appeal the original had) and don't mind the elbows (which I certainly do :BANG_HEAD: ) then I'm sure he's a fine figure.

But then I guess you have to take the "Premier markup" into account, and suddenly it's even harder to pull that trigger...
Re: Video Review for Transformers: The Last Knight Planet Cybertron (1900013)
Posted by Decepticon Stryker on July 27th, 2017 @ 6:30am CDT
So I just saw on the side of the road a semi with a yellow trailer with Optimus, Bumblebee, and the Hasbro logo on it. I couldn't take a picture cause it was 3 in the morning and I was driving. Thought I'd file this in here since it was their TLK versions. I don't know if this has any significance but it was pretty cool.
Re: Video Review for Transformers: The Last Knight Planet Cybertron (1900081)
Posted by D-Maximal_Primal on July 27th, 2017 @ 2:29pm CDT
Decepticon Stryker wrote:So I've been going back and forth between this and I've finally decided to ask you guys:
Should I get TLK Deluxe Slash? Is he a good figure? Or is he just a figure like Steelbane: cool looking, but bad qc?

Basically what N said. The figure looks cool, but it is not overly functional. all the extra feathery sorts of things get in the way, so he isn't as good as he could be
Re: Video Review for Transformers: The Last Knight Planet Cybertron (1900227)
Posted by King Kuuga on July 28th, 2017 @ 4:56am CDT
Va'al wrote:Not many people read through the Earnings release that Hasbro sends our way every quarter, and not everyone can attend the freely available conference calls either. To help us out this time, Hasbro has also offered a full transcript and presentation to anyone - rather than having news sites transcribe things themselves - and we've copied below the more salient and relevant parts to the Transformers brand.

But first, along with the slides that were used during the call, we've also listened to the call again to make sure we noted down a number of questions related to Transformers: The Last Knight and the brand in general, toys in particular, affected the way that the company will be directing its efforts in the coming quarter and future development of the 'brand blueprint', courtesy of Debbie Hancock and Brian Goldner (who calls the Generations line Universe, but hey). The UK and Brazil have not ideally impacted the company either, but the overall Latin American and European markets have remained positive, and most noteworthy of all: despite the not ideal performance of the movie in general, everything seems to be much better in toy and merchandise perspectives compared to 2014 with Age of Extinction.

Read more below, and note that actual revenue from licensed material for The Last Knight will only appear in the fourth quarter!

[lots of patting ourselves on the back]

I took a shot every time they said "brand" and now I'm sitting in the hospital with alcohol poisoning. Maybe Hasbro will pay my medical bills since they're so profitable. :P
Re: Video Review for Transformers: The Last Knight Planet Cybertron (1900596)
Posted by Bronzewolf on July 29th, 2017 @ 12:49pm CDT
Thanks to a Spanish-language Hasbro catalog, we have some new, higher-quality versions of the stock photography for Transformers The Last Knight deluxe Crosshairs and Strafe, and then Leader Class Dragonstorm! The new photos show off each figure's Robot mode, alt mode, and box very nicely, and give another good look at Strafe's new paint job, and Crosshair's newly-retooled trenchcoat! Check them all out mirrored below!

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Re: Video Review for Transformers: The Last Knight Planet Cybertron (1900603)
Posted by Bronzewolf on July 29th, 2017 @ 1:01pm CDT
Man, I'll have to get myself a Crosshairs. Missed him the first time around, and now he's even better, it seems. Can't wait to find this wave.
Re: Video Review for Transformers: The Last Knight Planet Cybertron (1900629)
Posted by Va'al on July 29th, 2017 @ 3:11pm CDT
Via fellow Seibertronian carytheone, we have our first sighting of the Walmart exclusive Flip and Change Bumblebee from the Autobots Unite subline for Transformers: The Last Knight! The figure comes in the same wave as Hot Rod, also with simplified transformation, though not pictured below - found at a store in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, for $19.87.

If you come across this or any other figures, make sure to let other fans know through our Sightings Sections and Database - and as always, happy hunting!

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Re: Video Review for Transformers: The Last Knight Planet Cybertron (1900631)
Posted by Seibertron on July 29th, 2017 @ 3:42pm CDT
For those of you who just read about the Flip and Change Bumblebee being sighted at Walmart, you can find the similarly styled Transformers The Last Knight Flip and Change HOT ROD figure via Walmart.com. Both Flip and Change Bumblebee and Hot Rod are part of Walmart's exclusive Autobots Unite sub-line. In addition, you can also view his product images, which have been mirrored below.

As of this post, Flip and Change Bumblebee was not currently available at Walmart.com. In addition, no other Last Knight Hot Rod products were available either, all of which are exclusive to Walmart in the United States.

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