By Sol Fury from TFW2005
we have our first look at some of the characters who are being included in the third assortment of Transformers Tiny Titans. The series seems to be embracing all Transformers continuities, as we have seen from the previous assortments including the likes of Superion and Topspin alongside newcomers Thunderhoof or Quillfire - and the third assortment seems set to take this further, with not releases not only based on Generation 1 characters but also Beast Wars. Seen here are three of the upcoming figures, featuring Generation 1 Optimus Prime and Shockwave along with Beast Wars Megatron (yesssssss...)
Additionally, via Hasbro.com
we have a look at Fracture from Robots in Disguise.Read Replies (0)
By Trailbreaker77 from TFW2005
Great news for fans that have purchased the Metallic
verision of Gigapower Guttur according to their Facebook
page he is shipping to your favorite retailers in a matter of days. The chrome is still a work in progress due to some mold changes. This is Giga's first 3rd party release and going by some of the video reviews of their pre-production sample they have done a great job video links below.VangelusBenscollectablesThe Adams
If you have not placed your order this massive Dino here are some retailer links.TFSourceBBTSCaptured PreyRobot KingdomRead Replies (0)
By ORIO from TFW2005
TakaraTomy has updated their Youtube channel with a ton of new videos for the new Transformers Adventure line! Transformers Adventure is the Japanese counterpart to the new Robots In Disguise line. It not only features some exciting repaints from the new RID line, but also some repaints from past Transformer lines such as Animated, Age of Extinction and Generations. These new videos demonstrate the Transformations for each of these new toys and most are under a minute long.
We've mirrored the videos for Roadblock (Generations Scoop
repaint) and Junkheap (AOE Junkheap
) for you to check out. But click on the title bar for videos for the following:
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By SilverOptimus from TFW2005
Rovio; the creator of the successful Angry Birds franchise stated on Thursday
that the company has lost its revenue and operating profit during 2014. The profit has fallen a whopping 73% last year.
Regarding the matter, the status
of Angry Birds: Transformers was also a discussion point. After the first 6 months of release, the game is at the 262nd position on the iOS App Store (position on the Google Play Store is not revealed). This was compared to the position of the original Angry Birds game; which was at number #2 position 6 months after the release. Angry Birds: Stella which was also released last year has not done so well either.
Despite all of that, a new Angry Birds game (titled as Pigstruction) is in development.
We do not know what these statements mean with regards to the future of the Angry Birds: Transformers mobile game but it certainly doesn't seems to be a good one.Read Replies (0)
By DESTRO from TFW2005
New Jersey Collectors Con Is This Sunday March 22nd
Holiday Inn Cherry Hill – New Jersey
2175 West Marlton Pike (Rt. 70), Cherry Hill, NJ 08002
The door prize announcements will start at 9AM and conclude at 3:30PM with our last door prize announcement.
- 9AM Early Bird Coffee Mug YODA
- 9AM Exclusive TOYFINITY Night Mordle
- 9AM MOTU Giant Zodac
- 10AM Exclusive TOYFINITY Night Mordle
- 10AM Universal Studios Exclusive EVAC
- 10AM FT-05 Soar – Red Version
- 11AM Exclusive TOYFINITY Night Mordle
- 11AM FT-04 Fans Toys Scoria
- 12PM Exclusive TOYFINITY Night Mordle
- 12PM LEGO Star Wars 75059 UCS Sandcrawler
- 1PM Exclusive TOYFINITY Night Mordle
- 1PM Funko Legacy Collection: Game of Thrones Series 2
- 2PM Exclusive TOYFINITY Night Mordle
- 2PM Marvel Unlimited Prize Package
- 3PM Exclusive TOYFINITY Night Mordle
- 3PM CUSTOM GIVEAWAY Fig-O-Tor
- 3:30PM Exclusive TOYFINITY Night Mordle
- 3:30PM NJCC Mega Door Prize MCB-02 Utopia
The Spring NJCC 2015 features a huge dealer room for Transformers, Marvel, G.I. Joe, DC and 80’s to current pop culture merchandise! NJCC is an action figure toy collector focused event. Pop Culture guru and author MARK BELLOMO will be attending as a special guest, promoting his newest books, The Ultimate Guide to Vintage Star Wars: 1977-1985 and Toys & Prices (20th Edition) and finally Transformers Artist DAN KHANNA who is part of the creative team for the new Fun Publications-run Fan Club and conventions, illustrating and plotting Club & BotCon comics as well as designing heads and character mock-ups for exclusive toys.
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By SilverOptimus from TFW2005
Couple of days ago TFW2005 sister site HISSTANK reported
that Hasbro has applied for several new G. I. Joe Trademarks including a trademark for a Joe brand related beverage. We speculated that this could very well be to revive the old G. I. Joe Survival Beverage series.
Today, fellow fan site Transformers At The Moon is reporting
that Hasbro has applied for yet another beverage related trademark and this time it's Transformers.
Transformers (United States Patent and Trademark Office ID: 86555393
)"Dairy-based beverages; vegetable-based food beverages; fruit-based food beverages; yogurt-based beverages; coconut-based beverages used as a milk substitute; milk beverages containing fruits; milk based beverages containing fruit juice; peanut-based food beverages; soy-based food beverage used as a milk substitute; nut and seed-based milks"Read Replies (0)
By Jacer from TFW2005
This morning we have our first look at Age Of Extinction Black Night Optimus Prime. Black Night Optimus Prime is a repaint of the Armor Knight Optimus Prime
that came out late last year. It looks like this figure is going to be a Toys R Us exclusive priced at 8,638 yen. Thanks to TFW2005 member, Masabon for pointing out the update on http://www.toysrus.co.jp
Check out the pictures after the jump!Read Replies (0)
By SilverOptimus from TFW2005
The next DeNA Transformers: Legends event; Key To Vector Sigma: Part 2 is now live. This event continues where Part 1
left off, one month ago.
Though unspecified on the official description, Transformers fans have informed that DeNA has made some changes for this event. First of all the Raid Boss health has been increased significantly. Secondly, the reward structure has been changed (ex: T1 players will now receive R5 Evolution Cards of Arielbots instead of the R8 cards). Finally, the Battle Cube Farming seems to have been discontinued despite the fact that DeNA stating previously that the Raid Boss Events will serve as the primary source of Battle Cube Farming.
Official Description:Back on Earth, the DECEPTICONS discover that the key to Vector Sigma is able to transmute whatever it touches into metal. Knowing that they have this, and the might of MENASOR, the DECEPTICONS decide that they will turn the Earth into a new Cybertron.
Teletraan 1 detects the energy of the key being used to convert parts of the area around a major northwestern city into metal, and alerts the AUTOBOTS. The AERIALBOTS join their new allies and head there, intent on stopping the DECEPTICONS from destroying the Earth’s environment with the key.
The STUNTICONS, upon seeing their hated rivals among their newly arrived enemies, charge towards them, intent on turning them into scrap. An instant later, a mighty battle erupts around them and the AERIALBOTS, leaving members of both factions out of commission.
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By Matty from TFW2005
Love them or hate them, the Transformers live action films directed by Michael Bay bring in the money. In a report by Deadline
, the fourth installment of the live action series, Age of Extinction, netted a profit of $250.2 million. That's not total revenue (which was $1.09 billion) that's an extra $250 million in the pockets of Paramount!
American Sniper came in at second place with $242.58 million, while The Lego Movie rounded out the top three with a profit of $229.008 million.
Be sure to read the full breakdown of the most valuable blockbusters on Deadline
as many comic book focused movies made the list.Read Replies (0)
By ORIO from TFW2005
There have been several screenings of the much beloved 1986 Transformers movie lately and Topless Robot
recently were lucky enough to get a Q&A with some of the creators. At this particular screening they spoke with the movie's story consultant Flint Dille, voice director Wally Burr and voice actors Neil Ross and Michael Bell about its enduring legacy. They cover many topics including the late Leonard Nimoy and Orson Welles, voice acting, having to make the Transformers edgier than the GoBots and ultimately, killing Optimus Prime.
We've mirrored the whole Q & A session for you and you can view it by clicking the title bar. Or you can watch it in it's entirety below courtesy of RealistikkVideos
on youtube!! Read Replies (0)