By Joe Moore from TFW2005
No more obscuring dudes... here he is in his full glory...
CONSTRUCTICON DEVASTATOR !!!
TRANSFORMERS GENERATIONS COMBINER WARS CONSTRUCTICON DEVASTATOR
(Ages 8 & up/Approx. Retail Price: $149.99/Available: Fall 2015)TRANSFORMERS GENERATIONS COMBINER WARS figures form some of the largest TRANSFORMERS robots ever seen, and this one tops them all. This mega-pack unites all six of the CONSTRUCTICONS in one place. Each figure is rendered in incredible detail and features impressive conversion from robot to construction vehicle and back. But that's just the beginning — the six Voyager Scale figures combine to form the ultimate DECEPTICON weapon: the mighty CONSTRUCTICON DEVASTATOR, the largest TRANSFORMERS COMBINER robot figure
For the first time, we are looking at his individual Constructicon Vehicle & Robot Modes:
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By Sol Fury from TFW2005
Hasbro have also released some official images of their Rescue Bots releases ahead of Toy Fair 2015. On show here are:
High Tide, a playset figure with a blue mini-sub - the mini sub is apparently High Tide, with the steamship being his ship which it sounds like he can pilot. The ship acts as a playset for the Rescan and PVC figure releases.
Official images have also been shared for Blurr and Salvage, who are also reported to be joining the larger "Elite" class releases - and the current Rescan assortment will also add classic versions of Bumblebee, Blades and Chase later in 2015 - but if you want to see the new helicopter Blades now, check out the High Tide images - you'll see Blades on the landing pad.
Rescue Bots will also be bringing out some all-new "scene packs" based on scenes from the cartoon - with the first two being the Shark Sub Capture with Blades and Dr Morocco and the Tunnel Drill Rescue with Chase and Graham Burns. Rounding off the Rescue Bots announcements, there will be two more basic sized "Featured Bot" assortment figures like the recently released Boulder and Heatwave - the pair will be Optimus Prime and High Tide.Read Replies (0)
By Sol Fury from TFW2005
Hasbro have also released some new official images of their new Robots in Disguise 2015 line. Included in this round of reveals are:
Our first look at the "Deployers" and Mini-Cons series of releases. Deployer Fracture and Mini-Con Slipstream are shown - Fracture is a larger (looks to be Warrior, and transforms in 10 steps according to a press release) sized figure, who comes with a launcher. Slipstream turns into a hockey puck, and is a one-step changer. Mentioned but not shown is a Drift Deployer and more Mini-Cons, apparently in two types - Drift gets the hockey pucks or "sawblades", while Fracture gets Mini-Cons who turn into torpedoes. There's a separate Mini-Con assortment coming, with four figures in it - Slipstream, Dragonus, Divebomb and Sawback.
A look at a Super Bumblebee, who costs $49.99, transforms in three steps, and plays sound effects in both modes, including the transformation sound effect when going between modes.
A Mega Optimus Prime, who retails for $29.99, transforms in one step, and can equip Mini-Cons as weapons and armor.
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By SilverOptimus from TFW2005
Hello and welcome to another TFW2005 event coverage! From this very moment, we are officially starting our annual New York Toy Fair coverage. You are joining with us today to read all about the Hasbro New York Toy Fair 2015 Investor Event.
First of all… the highlights:
Transformers: Combiner Wars New Images And Information Revealed
Transformers: Robots In Disguise Toyline & Animated Series
NEW TOYS REVEALED!
NEW TITAN DEVASTATOR IMAGE!!!
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By SilverOptimus from TFW2005
Here is a big news our US Transformers Fans were waiting for… we finally have the official US Premiere Date and Series Timeslot for Transformers: Robots In Disguise.
Set to debut with a primetime premiere on March 14 at 6/5c, before transforming into its regular 6:30 a.m. slot on March 21.
With an exclusive video from the show where the creators explain the series, TV Insider
has the scoop:"Just when it seemed like Saturday morning cartoons had gone the way of Cybertron, the Cartoon Network and Hasbro are giving us (and the machines) a reason to rise and shine with Transformers: Robots in Disguise. Centered on Bumblebee, the Autobot also known as a yellow muscle car, this fun new entry in the franchise inspired by Hasbro's popular line of mighty morphin' mobile changers has a more humorous vibe than previous incarnations such as Transformers: Prime or Beast Wars.
In this version, Optimus Prime puts 'Bee in charge of protecting our planet when the troublemaking Transformers on the new team—including Dinobot fave Grimlock—find their metal, err, mettle tested by a crew of Decepticons, who wreak havoc on mankind after their prison ship crashes on Earth. Among the vocal cast is Glee's Darren Criss, Entourage's Constance Zimmer, Boy Meets World's Will Friedle, and the only person who should ever voice Optimus Prime, Peter Cullen.
Check out this exclusive look at the series, which is set to debut with a primetime premiere on March 14 at 6/5c, before transforming into its regular 6:30 a.m. slot on March 21."
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