By ORIO from TFW2005
TFC Toys has given their fans an update via their Facebook
page regarding the status of the next figure from their Hercules Project, Heavy Labor. Heavy Labor was previously delayed
but TFC has stated that he will start shipping on October 25th. Online retailer should be recieving their orders shortly after that date and filling customers orders.
Keep checking our Hercules Megathread
for the most up to date news on the TFC Toys Hercules figures.Read Replies (0)
Unit:E Pictures from NYCC
Posted by News Fetcher on October 14 '11 at 12:00 PM
By Secretcode from TFW2005
Fresh from NYCC, we now have more pictures and information from the Hasbro initiative known as UNIT:E via a comic that is available at the convention. Written by former IDW Senior Editor Andy Schmidt, the comic is a "love letter to the varied brands that Hasbro has had the pleasure of ushering into the world"
and includes various properties such as M.A.S.K., Centurions, G.I. Joe, Dungeons and Dragons, Duel Masters, Candy Land, Stretch Armstrong, Battleship: Galaxies, Action Man, and more!Read Replies (0)
By ORIO from TFW2005
Thanks to HK-TF
we have new images of what appears to be another 3rd Party Sixshot figure. Not to be confused with Mastermind Creation's Terminus Hexatron
figure. Little is currently known about the figure other than the images bare the name "BY-01". No 3rd Party Group has attached themselves to the project as of yet.
Take a look at the images after the break.Read Replies (0)
By NIBMRatchet from TFW2005
Since the very first Michael Bay Transformers Live Action Movie back in 2007 Titan Magazine of United Kingdom released movie specific issues from June 2007. Sadly, the movie issues have come to an end.
From October 2011, Titan Magazine’s Transformers Issues are rebranded as Transformers: Prime. We’ve heard rumors of this happening, but today TFW2005 Members ojcoolj1 and Oberoniss brought us details of the rebranding.Issue #1
Biographies of characters
Episode Guide: Darkness Rising
Comic Strip: The Safe And The Failsafe
"During a routine training mission in the "Practice Area", Bulkhead accidentally sets off a nuclear missile's timer. The missile is designed to kill them and it attracts Vehicons, who think it's Energon."
This could very well signal the end of the Michael Bay Transformers Movie Era and at the same time indicate Hasbro is planning for a solid Transformers: Prime future.Read Replies (0)