Lucca C&G 2018: Transformers: Siege Reveals

Hasbro has recently released official images of their Transformers: Siege reveals at Lucca Comics & Games 2018, which is currently being held in Italy. The newly revealed products are set to release in Spring 2019. The reveals include: Battle Master Pteraxadon Deluxe Class Six-Gun Prowl I think it is awesome to finally see Six-Gun to receive the Transformers Generations treatment especially since I personally thought it was quite annoying to not see it get released with Generations Metroplex. Prowl is also really nice to see and hopefully Hasbro will eventually make the rest of his…

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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 Siege Official Images

Hasbro has recently revealed official images of the reveals for the next line of Transformers releases in the Transformers Generations toyline, which were first revealed at San Diego Comic Con 2018. The 2019 figure releases will be released under the Transformers Siege line, which includes remakes of fan favorites as well as a new line of Micro Masters and Battle Masters aka Targetmasters. The 2019 line will be the first part of the new War for Cybertron Trilogy. The confirmed figures include: Micro Masters   Race Car Patrol: (Roadhandler & Swindler) Battle Patrol: (Flak & Big Shot)  Rescue Patrol: (Red Heat & Stakeout) Battle Master   Lionizer Deluxes  …

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SDCC 2018: Throne of the Primes Optimal Optimus Revealed

The Hidden Remote has recently revealed the first look at another of Hasbro’s Transformers exclusives at San Diego Comic 2018. Alongside the previously revealed Retro Rock Garage boxset, Hasbro will also be releasing a special version of Transformers Generations Power of the Primes Evolution Leader Optimal Optimus. The Transformers Generations Power of the Primes Throne of the Primes Optimal Optimus will feature a new deco based on Optimus Primal’s color scheme and will also include exclusive prime masters as well as a special weapon. The Throne of the Primes Optimal Optimus includes: Nexus Prime, Amalgamous Prime, Prima Prime and the Legendary 13th Prime Comic-Con exclusive Prime…

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Review: Transformers Power of the Primes Deluxe Class Moonracer

Hello Hero Club, this is Darkon633 and I am back with another toy review. Power of the Primes Moonracer is actually a pleasant surprise since I actually didn’t expect to see more updates to the other female figures featured in the original Transformers animated series. Moonracer may actually end up being one of my most favorite female Transformers since both modes are sleak and pretty unique. The only major flaw I personally see with the figure is that the kibble causes some bad balancing issues, however it can be slightly remedied…

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Review: Transformers Power of the Primes Deluxe Class Dinobot Snarl

Hello Hero Club, this is Darkon633 and I am back with another toy review. Snarl marks the final release of the Dinobots and with that I am glad to finally own all them in one format. The Age of Extinction Dinobots really didn’t fill the void very well so I am glad to finally get all the Generations updates to them. Snarl is in my opinion the easiest to transform out of all the Dinobots since it seems it has less clearance issues for some reason. Both modes are once again…

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Review: Transformers Power of the Primes Deluxe Class Dinobot Sludge

Hello Hero Club, this is Darkon633 and I am back with another toy review. Sludge seems unfortunately the forgotten one out of the Dinobots since they are far less figures made for the character out of all of them. This is why I am quite glad to see an update to the character. The figure itself is fun to transform and the transformation is my opinion the most unique out of all the Dinobots. In conclusion, if you have been collecting the Dinobots so far than I highly recommend getting Sludge.…

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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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