2018 MCM London Comic Con: Transformers Studio Series Reveals

Hasbro has recently released official images for the Transformers Studio Series reveals that were shown at 2018 MCM London Comic Con. The new reveals include: Deluxe Class – Spring 2019 Shatter (Bumblebee) Cogman (Transformers The Last Knight) Scrapmetal (Transformers Revenge of the Fallen) Voyager Class – Fall 2019 Rampage (Transformers Revenge of the Fallen) Long Haul (Transformers Revenge of the Fallen) Hasbro also revealed during their panel at the convention that the Constructions will be able to combine and fully form Devastator. In addition, reports say Devastator will consist of eight parts. Currently it is unknown…

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2018 Paris Comic-Con: Transformers Studio Series Reveals

Hasbro recently revealed official images for the Transformers Studio Series reveals that were shown at 2018 Paris Comic-Con. The new reveals are set to release in Spring 2019.  The figures include: Voyager Class SS-32 Optimus Prime (Transformers 2007) – Retool of SS-05 Optimus Prime SS-??  Bonecrusher (Transformers 2007) Leader Class SS-?? Jetfire (Transformers Revenge of the Fallen) While it is not shown in the photos, Hasbro revealed that Jetfire will be able to combine with Optimus Prime during their panel at the convention. That’s it for the Transformers Studio Series reveals for 2018 Paris Con, however stay…

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NYCC 2018: Transformers: Siege Reveals

IGN has revealed official Hasbro images of the Transformers: Siege reveals at New York Comic Con 2018. The reveals include various fan favorites including long time requested characters that will be receiving the Transformers Generations treatment. These figures were first revealed during Hasbro’s panel.   The reveals consist of: Refraktor (Reflector) Megatron Soundwave Starscream Shockwave   [UPDATE: 10-5-2018 @4:20 AM] Late last night, TFWorld 2005 received more images that reveal additional Decepticons joining the War for Cybertron: Siege series. These images consist of additional Battlemasters, Micromasters, and Deluxes, as well as tease a future Red Alert release. These additional…

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SDCC 2018: Transformers Cyberverse Official Images

Hasbro has recently released official images for the newest reveals in the Transformers Cyberverse toyline. These products are set to release this Fall, as Transformers Cyberverse is set to premiere in September. In addition, these products images were originally revealed during Hasbro’s panel today at San Diego Comic Con. Below are the following figures assorted by their class:   Scout Class – MSRP $8.00: Optimus Prime Slipstream Windblade Warrior Class – MSRP $15.00: Acid Storm Windblade Megatron Ultra Class – MSRP $20.00: Shadow Striker Shockwave Now, for those unaware, Transformers Cyberverse…

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Review: Transformers Power of the Primes Deluxe Class Blackwing

Hello Hero Club, this is Darkon633 and I am back with another toy review. Looking at Dreadwind I was already shocked that Hasbro would release updates for him and Blackwing (originally called Darkwing). Now, while both characters were released during the original Transformers Generation One toyline by Hasbro as standard Powermasters, both characters are more recognizable as the Darkwings from the Takara Masterforce series. In addition, they both appeared in the original Marvel comics. Both Blackwing and Dreadwind are based on their Hasbro toy colors, so I am glad that…

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Review: Transformers Power of the Primes Deluxe Class Rippersnapper

Hello Hero Club, this is Darkon633 and I am back with another toy review. With the end of the Transformers Combiner Wars line it was sad to see that the rest of the combiners would not see a release. However, after 2 years, it was amazing to see that Hasbro would be continuing to complete the final combiners that appeared in the Transformers Generation One animated series.   The first of the Abominus limbs, Rippersnapper clearly shows the line is already heading in the right direction in my opinion. The…

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Review: Transformers Takara Legends LG-61 Decepticon Clones

Hello Hero Club, this is Darkon633 and I am back with another toy review. Similar to the Autobot Clones, the Decepticon Clones may not have the most unique designs, however I think they are still quite cool in my opinion. The designs are pretty close to their original counterparts and I appreciate that Takara released them in a much more manageable way compared to how Hasbro released both set of clones. The Decepticon Clones are quite a neat set and I highly recommend getting them. I got the Transformers LG-61…

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Review: Transformers Legends LG-55 Slugslinger

Hello Hero Club, this is Darkon633 and I am back with another toy review. Transformers Legends LG-55 Slugslinger is personally my favorite out of the three Targetmaster releases. While it is mostly due to Slugslinger being my favorite out of the main three Decepticon Targetmasters, it is also because I think it is the most unique out of all three molds. The two styled cockpit really helps the mold stick out in my opinion. In conclusion, I am quite pleased to see that all three of the main Decepticon Targetmasters…

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Review: Transformers Power of the Primes Deluxe Class Dreadwind

Hello Hero Club, this is Darkon633 and I am back with another toy review. It is amazing that Hasbro has managed to make another update to a character that was exclusive to the Japanese G1 trilogy. While Dreadwind did get released in the states the character itself made its animated apperance in Transformers: Super-God Masterforce. The toy itself is made in the original Hasbro colors, however I am personally okay with it since I actually like both the Hasbro/ Takara color schemes. Dreadwind aka Dreadwing is a major retool of Skydive…

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Review: Transformers Takara Legends LG-49 Targetmaster Triggerhappy

Hello Hero Club, this is Darkon633 and I am back with another toy review. Transformers Takara Legends LG-49 Triggerhappy is an example of how a bit of extra polish can make the overall presentation that much better. The Hasbro version of Triggerhappy was decent enough, however the new white and potentially different shade of blue color scheme that is featured on the Takara version of the character is stronger in my opinion. Not only that is great to see the first Decepticon Targetmaster (sans Nightstick from Generations Deluxe Class Cyclonus)…

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