Prepare for termination! SDCC Devastator is in the house and we’re finishing up his galleries today with shots of the individual bots and their vehicle modes. Check out 140 images of Bonecrusher, Hook, Long Haul, Mixmaster, Scavenger, Scrapper and of course some group shots after the break! If you missed it, you can check Part 1 of our SDCC Devastator gallery, featuring Devastator in his combined form, here.
For those attending SDCC 2015, Xbox will be giving away 20 custom Xbox One consoles featuring some upcoming titles. How does this relate to our hobby? As Xbox.com reports, one of those custom consoles will feature artwork from Transformers Devastation! Read on after the jump for rules and how to enter.
See you at SDCC!
The TFcon Toronto 2015 tentative event schedule has been posted online. While some changes may still occur this will give you an idea as to how you can plan your weekend. Check out the list of programming by following the following link: Event Schedule for TFcon Toronto 2015.
TFcon Toronto – The world’s largest fan-run Transformers convention will take place July 17th to 19th, 2015. at the Hilton Mississauga/Meadowvale (formerly the Delta Meadowvale) with special guests PETER CULLEN the voice of OPTIMUS PRIME, JOHN MOSCHITTA JR the voice of Blurr in G1 and Animated, MICHAEL MCCONNOHIE the voice of both Tracks and Cosmos in Generation 1, JAMES ROBERTS writer of Transformers More Than Meets The Eye and Transformers Artists ALEX MILNE, LIVIO RAMONDELLI and JAMES RAIZ with more TBA. You can book your tickets now via the TFcon Toronto Admission/Registration/Ticket Information page and book your discounted hotel room now via the 2015 hotel reservation website. TFcon Toronto Air Travel and Car Rental Discounts are also available.
SDCC is right around the corner, and Hasbro has been kind enough to hit us up with some of the items that will be available at the show, including the “raging hammer of chaos” himself – Devastator! We’ve decided to split the galleries into two sessions, first up is Devastator in his combiner mode. Check out over 70 High Res images of him in action after the break!
For those who have subscribed to the Transformers Subscription Service 3.0, check your mailboxes as the second figure from this set is arriving now! Who is joining Carzap? Is it Tarantulas? Serpent O.R? The second figure arriving is … Nacelle! If you’re wondering who Nacelle is, Nacelle is based on a Japanese catalog image that showed a new set of colored Seeker wings attached to unaltered Seeker bodies from the first series of Decepticon Seekers. Another Seeker to add to the collection!
Continue on after the jump to join in on the discussion.
Check out some new in-hand images for the Transforms Club Subscription Service Tarantulas and Serpent O.R. Two Taobao, via Autobase Aichi, auctions popped up, and they appear to showcase the near final versions of the figures. Check out the auctions here:
The new images seem to show off modified final color schemes. It also gives us a great look at the Arachnoid spider drones that come with Tarantulas. Read on to see the images.
If you’re attending San Diego Comic-Con 2015, you can get this fantastic poster from The Loyal Subjects. Stop by their booth during the show and pick up one of their Transformers Exclusives and you’ll get a checklist poster with all of the Transformers Action Vinyls released to date. Their exclusives this year include:
- Clear Frenzy and Buzzsaw Tape Pack – Window Box – 500 Available – $29.99
- Clear Black Mirage – Blister Carded – 500 Available – $15.99
- Constructicon 3-pack set (Yellow/Purple Edition) – Window Box – 500 Avilable – $49.99
- Blue (Cartoon) Rumble and Black Laserbeak – Window Box – 500 Available – $29.99
Read on to check out the poster.
Thanks to board memeber Transmorph633, we got news that Entertainment Earth has announced they will offer one of two random action stage dioramas when you make a purchase at their booth (#2343) at San Diego Comic Con 2015. The limited edition diorama is 9 1/2-inches tall, 11-inches wide, and 5-inches deep. From what we can see in the image, this will be a nice addition to your display if you can get your hands on them.
Check out the image and let us know what you think after the break.
The official San Diego Comic-Con 2015 site has been updated. They have revealed their jam packed Friday panel schedule. Of note for Transformers fans are two panels. The first highlights the role of women in the Transformers universe. The second is an IDW Comics panel that may or may not contain Transformers info.
Women of Transformers
From Windblade and Arcee to Strongarm and the brand-new Combiner making her debut at SDCC, female Transformers characters have finally gotten their due; but behind the page and in fandom, even bigger changes have been happening. Panelists include Transformers comics writers Mairghread Scott and Georgia Ball, artists Corin Howell and Sara Pitre-Durocher, Hasbro’s Sarah Carroll, and special guests.
Friday July 10, 2015 1:30pm – 2:30pm
IDW: The Best Panel in Recorded History
This is the big one! Join IDW chief creative officer/editor-in-chief Chris Ryall and VP of marketing Dirk Wood lay waste to a room of shocked comic fans. Panlists include Gabriel Rodriguez, John Layman, James Tynion IV, Ulises Farinas, and special guests. Shocking announcements, amazing prizes, and a Q&A.
Friday July 10, 2015 4:00pm – 5:00pm
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Warning! A huge Decepticon, Devastator, is approaching fast!
Yes folks, San Diego Comic Con 2015 is just around the corner, and with it, its exclusive version of Devastator, who will come in exclusive packaging adorned with the gigantic Decepticons’ face and featuring an inner tray that makes it look like Devastator is encased in scaffolding. Hook, Mixmaster, Scrapper, and Devastator’s chest wing also feature vac-metalized purple on their chest elements, and Devastator himself sports a new head sculpt.
The best part is, this time, you do not need to just take our word for it. Thanks to Blacklai of TFND, we can share some images of this behemoth. Check out a selection attached to this post, with the main event – the whole gallery – linked above.