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Hasbro to unveil Titans Return Fortress Maximus on Instagram!
It’s high time the Transformers team gets on Instagram. So Bumblebee is packing up the crew and snapping pics in New York to kick it off. @TransformersOfficial goes live this week with a big announcement and an up-close look at a certain Titan scale figure.
Japanese Character and Hobby site Amiami posted some gorgeous high-rez, color images of upcoming Unite Warriors Bruticus! Includes the all new Blastoff figure and more cartoon accurate decos for the remainder of the Combaticon team! Can't wait for this beauty!
Excited for ToyFair 2016!? We sure are! Get ready for our full coverage, live from New York this Saturday, Feb 13 with news, photos and impressions, submitted as they happen from this very feed! LIKE unicron.com on Facebook for all the updates!
What figure(s) are you hoping for the most?! What do you think we'll see? Rumors are already flying, from a Computron/Technobots set and other possible developments in Combiner Wars as well as new additions to the Titans Return line...
Considering the revamped Headmasters characters unveiled at New York City ComicCon last October -- Hardhead & Skullsmasher(/cruncher), we thought now would be a great time to review some of the original toys, with new galleries for G1 original, series 1 Autobot Headmasters.
- We already have a new Generations Brainstorm.
- Hardhead was revealed at ComicCon
Could a MTMTE inspired Chromedome and Highbrow be next in line? Here's hoping!
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3rd Party company Garatron has taken the their Weibo account to reveal prototype images for none other than not-UNICRON! The design appears to be based on Takara's much drooled over prototype of an unreleased Beast Wars Neo Unicron figure, only the Takara version was much smaller, and, yeah, never released. Time to start salivating again, because this version of the Lord of chaos and destruction not only towers over Hasbro's Unicron and Primus figures (see comparison images), but will almost surely make it to market, albeit in a typically limited and outrageously expensive manner typical of 3rd party figures. Complete with lights and electronics, this looks to be one of the largest 3rd party figures ever produced. What do you think? Saving up already?
Wonderfest is taking place in Japan right now and on display is a nice-looking colored sample of Masterpiece MP-31 Convoy (Beast Wars). Known in the English-speaking world as Optimus Primal, Convoy (Beast Wars) is the latest Masterpiece revealed by TakaraTomy and made in celebration of the 20th anniversary of Beast Wars. He is 19cm (roughly 7.5 inches) tall, comes with three beast mode faces (normal, angry, and happy), four robot mode faces (normal, angry, happy, and mouthplated), two large swords that are too big to store inside the Beast Mode body, and has light up eyes, double-barreled arm guns, twin shoulder guns, and rocket boosters.
TakaraTomy has Tweeted an image of the figure, and Twitter user くろさび was on site at Wonderfest to get some more images of this figure. Seen in these images are a colored sample in Robot Mode and two gray prototypes in Beast Mode. The colored figure shows that his Beast Mode parts are colored to resemble the CGI fur texture the character had in the cartoon. ...
Now THAT'S what Computron's head and torso are supposed to look like! Thank you Perfect Effect! Also of note are their new G2 Arealbots, Combaticons, and Power Core Prime upgrade sets. You can always count on Perfect Effect to make your Hasbro Combiners Wars gestalts look, well... Perfect.
Comics Alliance Award winners in categories of "Best Continuing Series" and "Outstanding Writer" is James Roberts' More than Meets the Eye! Check out incentive covers for issue #49 due in stores (we hope/believe) Wednesday, c/o @herakuwa on Twitter! #CountdownTo50
If you're like us, and can't get enough David Kaye as Beast Wars Megatron, then you're going to love this! Hear the master reprise his role which made him (in)famous among Transformers fandom forever! Hasbro's official convention has revealed its latest video promotion in which we get our first sneak peek of another souvenir figure, appears to be the 6+changer RID Megatron as BW Megatron!
BotCon 2016 in Louisville, Kentucky April 7-10. Toys, Q&A panels, special events and autographs/pictures with the voices of Megatron, Blackarachnia and Dinob...
Hasbro Studios Shorts has uploaded a trailer for the upcoming fourth season of Transformers: Rescue Bots onto YouTube. Consisting of both new footage from season 4 and old footage from previous seasons, this trailer shows us a glimpse at a number of things to come in the show's exciting fourth season, such as new portal-looking technology that looks eerily like a Space Bridge, a new look to Cody's design that seems to indicate his having grown a little older, more appearances from Blurr, Salvage, and High Tide with the rest of the team, and our first actual look at the new FEMALE Rescue Bot! (Whose name has yet to be revealed.) No airdate is given, but check it out and see what's coming! ...
The latest issue of Figure Ō has provided us with the first actual prototype images of the upcoming Masterpiece Convoy (Beast Wars) figure. In celebration of Beast Wars's 20th anniversary, this brand new figure is based directly on Mainframe's season 1 cartoon CGI model for Optimus Primal. The images show that the figure can both stand up on two legs and hunch over on all-fours in Beast Mode, and in Robot Mode features his dual swords, his shoulder missile guns, his double-barreled arm cannons, articulated fingers, wrist articulation, and even light-up eyes! His Beast Mode gorilla head even has three different facial expressions ranging between grimacing, yelling, and smiling. Expect this figure's release to be sometime later this year. ...