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  • 2016-05-02 9:44 pm by Unicron.com
    TAKARA version, RID Power Surge Optimus Prime

    What do you think of their color scheme?! C/o http://takaratomymall.jp/shop/g/g4904810862826/
  • 2016-05-02 9:11 pm by Unicron.com
    3p Liokaiser!

    Hades, courtesy of green_flour Twitter tweet, we see the complete set, combined!
  • 2016-05-01 10:09 pm by Unicron.com
    Milne Unicron

    As you can plainly see, we love and are huge fans of both Unicron and MTMTE artist, Alex Milne. Put the two together and it's a symphony, and we cannot get enough!

    Recently, Alex tweeted commission art he worked on at Calgary Expo.

    "Finally done! Took the whole convention to work on. #CalgaryExpo #unicron #transformers #commissions"
  • 2016-05-01 5:30 pm by Unicron.com
    The TFDb grows today! A new entry has been added, the Transform Jr. Cybertron Heroes Multipack (Chromedome, Convoy, & Fortress (Maximus)). Photos added by TFDb user, Yella Wolf Studios' Duron Land.

    To view this gallery in its entirety, download the App today!
  • 2016-05-01 5:21 pm by Unicron.com
    CW Prowl, Ironhide & Silverbolt

    Latest additions to community photo share on TFDb include Combiner Wars Prowl, Ironhide, and Silverbolt - each shown with and without the Botcon '16 (Beast Wars Prequel) Magnaboss sticker set upgrade. Which version do you prefer?

    Optimal viewing of this these galleries in their entirety on your smart phone through TFDb!
  • 2016-05-01 4:50 am by Sabrblade
    Yesterday, the 81st episode of Transformers: Rescue Bots aired on Discovery Family. Titled "Arrivals", this episode gives the proper introduction of the long-awaited female Rescue Bot Quickshadow, voiced Alex Kingston of Doctor Who fame. Quickshadow's arrival was briefly foreshadowed in the previous episode, which is now given proper follow-through in this episode. So, what exactly is she doing on Earth? Why has she come here? What sort of mission might she have? To find out, let's roll to the rescue!
  • 2016-04-30 11:34 pm by Unicron.com
    Unicron Head Helmet ---

    Of course, we are particularly biased with our excitement for this! Recently received a leaked image of an upcoming product based on everyone's favorite chaos bringer; that's right, it's Unicron head as a wearable helmet!

    Rumor has it, this may be a TAKARA licensed product for a convention in Japan. We've been informed it will be larger than the other 3p Unicron head's 'floating around out there' (pun intended!) and is said to be produced of stronger materials and be less expensive. Feast your eyes upon its stunning more-animation-accurate design!

    Stay tuned, we will provide more information as it becomes available!
  • 2016-04-30 5:41 am by Sabrblade
    The 37th episode of the new Transformers: Robots in Disguise cartoon has aired on Cartoon Network. Titled "Graduation Exercises" (though, some TV listings titled it "Outstanding"), we once again catch up with Optimus's Stealth Team as they investigate an interference at one of Windblade's supply caches. Whilst on this mission, Slipstream and Jetstorm want to prove to Drift that they can work effectively without his help and guidance, but when a Decepticon military general and his vast Mini-Con swarm ambush the team, Slipstream's and Jetstorm's recklessness ends up placing Drift in a dire position. Can the two student Mini-Cons save their master and restore their honor, or will they and the rest of the team be done in by the overwhelming numbers of this new Decepticon threat? To find out, let's rev up and roll out!
  • 2016-04-30 3:53 am by Unicron.com
    Comber Wars Needlnose from Transformers Figure Subscription Service 4.0 is now showing up in people's mailboxes. So if you're a subscriber keep an eye out. In the meantime enjoy our gallery of Needlenose, Sunbeam and Zputty!
    Comber Wars Needlnose from Transformers Figure Subscription Service 4.0 is now showing up in people's mailboxes. So if you're a subscriber keep an eye out. In the meantime enjoy our gallery of Needlenose, Sunbeam and Zputty!
  • 2016-04-29 11:02 pm by Unicron.com
    TF Subscription Service 5.0 orders underway --

    Just as the first figures in the TFSS 4.0 start showing up, The Transformers Collector Club announces that ordering for 5.0 is now available!

  • 2016-04-29 10:55 pm by Unicron.com
    Titans Return Leaks Continue - Rodimus/Hot Rod
    c/o allspark.com
    Through an anonymous source, the Allspark has obtained images of what looks to be our first look at the rumored Titans Returns Hot Rod!  Hot Rod is an all new Deluxe figure where the Titan Master (Headmaster) forms the young cavalier's head.  Check out the character art as well as the deco shee
  • 2016-04-29 10:46 pm by Unicron.com
    I´ve always liked the concept of a double spy. A shame we couldn´t see him more than a couple times because of the ending of the series in USA. Which other character would you've loved to see in the series that didn´t make it or appear too little? Any Pretender? Master? *TLA
  • 2016-04-29 8:29 pm by Unicron.com
    The latest episode of #TFYLP starts now! We talk about Titans Return leaks, plus some thoughts and opinions on the Headmaster/Titanmaster gimmick. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q8YVfQEZQrw Join us on Twitter @TFYLP and join in the discussion!
    Titans Return image leaks, plus some opinions on Headmaster gimmicks.
  • 2016-04-28 10:29 pm by Unicron.com
    Special thanks to TFDb user, Duron Land of YellaWolf Studios Product Photography, who has added some beautiful photos of 1998 Botcon Japan - Exclusive Figures, "Double Punch" and "Barbearerian" using the Community Photos feature.

    To view this gallery in its entirety, download the App today!
  • 2016-04-27 9:42 pm by Sabrblade
    Ever the busy bees, anime fansubbing group Karyuudo Fansubs has provided us with yet another special treat of Japanese Transformers animation subtitled in English. This time, they have provided us with a fansub of the second Japanese Beast Wars movie, titled "Beast Wars Metals: Convoy's Great Transformation!" Though this "movie" is actually just the Japanese version of one of the season 3 episodes of the American Beast Wars cartoon, it was treated as a movie in Japan as it was only released over there in theaters as part of a special Summer 1999 triple-feature film of animated works based on Takara properties. And while this movie version of the episode did eventually come to VHS in Japan, it did not air on TV over there with the other regular episodes, and nor was it ever released on DVD in Japan. But now, Karyuudo Fansubs has created a special high quality release of the movie using various materials to recreate the movie on a level comparable to DVD quality, complete with all new English subtitles and extra bonuses to top off this ambitious project. Below is a copy of this release's original announcement.
  • 2016-04-27 4:25 pm by Unicron.com

    Deco sheets & character art, leaked through ever broadening social media circles reveal upcoming Titans Return toys may include:

    Deluxe: Getaway, Doublecross, Triggerhappy and Rodimus -a note appearing it states "design TBD"
    Voyager Megatron and Optimus Prime
    Unknown class: Sixshot.

    Credit: Hong Kong based Oscar Fung, posted through HK-TF FB
  • 2016-04-26 10:02 pm by Unicron.com

    If you, like us, are huge fans of both G1 & Beast Wars, and are looking for the evolutionary "missing link" between the two series, then you may enjoy this year's Botcon exclusive Magnaboss sticker set; as much as we did! Simply take existing Combiner Wars Silverbolt, Ironhide and Prowl, add the labels, and combine with other Botcon exclusives: Unit-3 and Tigatron, and you have the new combiner which helps span these generations of Transformers fiction. Their story is told in convention exclusive comic, "Dawn of Predacus."

    Special thanks to TFDb user jasn0_x for adding his comparison photos of the Magnaboss upgrade, side by side with Takara's Unite Warriors figures. You'll also find images I added with additional close-ups and individual shots.

    As always, optimal viewing of this gallery in its entirety, on your SmartPhone, can be accomplished with our App, TFDb:

    Through a traditonal web browser, look up Magnaboss Sticker Set in the (Botcon) Timelines sub-section of 2016 Transformers on Unicron.com
    http://www2.unicron.com/2016-transformers.html --
  • 2016-04-26 9:35 pm by Unicron.com
    UK based retailer abgee.co.uk shares new publicity stills for Titans Return Sentinel Prime. Now mirrored and accessable in TFDb and on the Sentinel Prime character page.


  • 2016-04-26 9:08 pm by Unicron.com
    TF Yuki tweets photo of upcoming Technobots/ Computron box set package and its beautiful art!
  • 2016-04-25 11:09 pm by Unicron.com
    TF YUKI, frequent revealer of new TAKARA Transformers products Tweets the following photo of their 2000, Car Robots, Baldigus. Could this mean a recolor of the Combiner Wars team could be produced in the land of the Rising Sun?
    ---Stay tuned!
  • 2016-04-25 10:41 pm by Unicron.com
    Special thanks to TFDb user "$cottie" who uploaded ~60+ pics from his collection including 3p Sever & Soar, as well as several Takara Masterpiece toys. Check out these photos and more w/ TFDb -esential App for all Transformers collectors. It's FREE, in the app store on either iOS (Apple) or Android.

  • 2016-04-23 11:14 am by Sabrblade
    Today, the long awaited fourth season of Transformers: Rescue Bots made its world premiere on Discovery Family, with its 79th and 80th episodes. Episode 79, titled "New Normal", shifts the setting of the show forward a bit, to place it three years after Rescue Force Sigma-17 first arrived on Earth all the way back in the very first episode. Descriptions of the episode have stated that this episode is the one in which the Bots will finally have to decide whether or not to reveal their true nature to the citizens of Griffin Rock, as an alien attack forces their hand.

    Episode 80, titled "Bridge Building", seems to follow up from the previous episode, dealing with the aftermath of the team's actions as the people of Griffin Rock must choose whether or not they will be allow the Bots to continue to stay on the island, while an incident with a new GroundBridge ends up splitting up the team. What other sorts of surprises await us this season? To find out, let's roll to the rescue!
  • 2016-04-23 8:43 am by Sabrblade
    The 36th episode of the new Transformers: Robots in Disguise cartoon has aired on Cartoon Network. Titled "Portals", this episode has Fixit attempt to get the GroundBridge up and running again ever since it went down back in the season 2 premiere. However, something goes horribly wrong as his repairs accidentally force open a portal to a particular other dimension, allowing two of the most dangerous Decepticons of all time to emerge from the portal before the Bee Team, who are all WAY out of their league in their efforts to combat this grave new threat. Meanwhile, Steeljaw (having joined up with the Decepticon army led by Saberhorn and Glowstrike) is offered a new opportunity by his colleagues in his ever-growing bid for power. What does this entail for him? And will Bumblebee and his team be able to overcome their nigh-unbeatable, deadly new foe? To find out, let's rev up and roll out!
  • 2016-04-23 7:42 am by Unicron.com
    Third party newcomer, Aplus toys, shows pictures of their new project A-01 which seems to be based on never-before-produced Transformers Animated character "Dirtboss!"

    Yes, PLEASE!
  • 2016-04-22 5:26 pm by Unicron.com
    Artist Jack Lawrence shares his variant cover to Sins of the Wreckers #4.

    Via Twitter:
    "I'm so, so proud and excited to reveal the variant cover I just did for @NickRoche's Sins of the Wreckers #4..."
  • 2016-04-20 10:38 pm by Sabrblade
    BotCon may have come and gone, both for 2016 and (sadly) for the foreseeable future, but we are not ones to let it go so easily! Though we of Unicron.com have shown off, on our Facebook, much of what the convention had to offer in regards to toy reveals and displays, there was so much more to experience and behold over the whole weekend.

    Below is an extensive coverage of many of the con's panels and events, in form of textual notations and gathered videos from others who were in attendance (many thanks to all parties responsible for filming these videos).
  • 2016-04-16 8:31 am by Sabrblade
    The 35th episode of the new Transformers: Robots in Disguise cartoon has aired on Cartoon Network. Titled "Impounded", Grimlock's dino mode has become so much of a hindrance that Bumblebee has decided that Grim can't go on missions out in public anymore. But, as Decepticon activity becomes increasingly prominent, Bumblebee and Strongarm find themselves in a situation that renders the two critically incapacitated in vehicle mode and hauled away to an impound lot by the Crown City police. Grimlock and Fixit are the only Autobots left to deal with the Decepticons running amok in the city, but Grim's dino mode still stands out like a sore thumb. What are they to do? To find out, let's rev up and roll out!
  • 2016-04-12 2:06 pm by Sabrblade
    Amid all of the BotCon 2016 news comes some very sad news from about a week ago. On Sunday, April 3, 2016, Japanese pop artist Kōji Wada passed away at the young age of 42. According to Anime News Network, Wada had contracted cancer in his upper pharynx, which he had fought and beat twice before, first in 2003 and again in 2011. But sadly, the cancer was not to be overcome a third time. In his honor, Wada's agency Solid Vox will hold a "Wada Kōji Owakare no Kai" (Kōji Wada Farewell Event) for his fans in Tokyo later this month, with further details on the event to be given on Wada's official website (http://wadakoji.com/).

    To most of his fans, Kōji Wada was known for performing nearly all of the theme songs and many other songs for the Digimon anime franchise, but to Transformers fans, he is best known for performing "Honō no Overdrive ~Car Robot Cybertron~" ("Blazing Overdrive ~Car Robot Autobots~"), the theme song to the 2000 Japanese anime series Transformers: Car Robots (known better to the English-speaking world as the first Transformers: Robots in Disguise cartoon from 2001). He also performed "Kimi Iro no Mirai ~Yume~" ("The Future of Your Color ~Dream~"), the c/w song for the single release album of the Car Robots theme song.

    Though his contributions to Transformers were few (which can all be found below), he will be missed. Sayōnara, Wada-sensei. May you rest in peace.
  • 2016-04-09 3:32 pm by Sabrblade
    This morning, the 34th episode of the new Transformers: Robots in Disguise cartoon aired on Cartoon Network. Titled "Bumblebee's Night Off", Bumblebee's been pushing his team so hard after a series regular of thefts by Decepticons has him determined to uncover what they're up to. However, with how fatigued he has rendered his team, it is recommended that he take a night off and go see a performance by his favorite rock band, Rear Axle. But his night off is cut short when Decepticons turn up at the stadium during the concert. Can Bumblebee deal with all the Cons by himself and keep everyone at the stadium safe? To find out, let's rev up and roll out!
  • 2016-04-03 10:16 pm by Sabrblade
    The Transformers Collectors Club has updated its website's Prose Fiction section with the fourth installment of the Beast Wars: Uprising series of text stories. For those unaware, Beast Wars: Uprising is a whole new take on Beast Wars much like how IDW's current comics are a new take on G1. In this darker universe, the Maximals and Predacons are not beast-based Transformers fighting a war on Earth, but are instead a subservient class of Cybertronians ruled under the corrupt and decrepit Autobots and Decepticons of old, who are now collectively known as "the Builders". The Builders treated the Maximals and Predacons as little more than tools to fight each other in gladiatorial combat for pleasure and personal gain, rather than as individuals. That all changed when a lone Maximal, Lio Convoy, started a rebellion known as the Grand Uprising, in which he rallied other Maximals and Predacons to join his cause of overthrowing their tyrannical Builder overlords. But many remained loyal to the Builders and opposed Lio Convoy's resistance movement, resulting in a conflict of Maximals and Predacons on one side fighting for freedom and change against the Builders and other Maximals and Predacons fighting for ironclad order and dominance.

    This new text story, titled "Micro-Aggressions", is the fourth story in this series and, from the looks of the title page artwork, seems to feature the Autobot Hot Rod, the Maximal Grimlock, and the Predacon Galvatron entering the greater conflict. The story is written by Jim Sorenson and illustrated by Christopher Colgin. It is available for anyone to read freely in PDF form. The first three stories can also be read on the Club's website, each titled "Broken Windshields", "Head Games", and "Burning Bridges".