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The Autobots and Decepticons confront The Other One, a powerful being from another universe in the 26th and concluding installment of Transformers: Bumblebee Cyberverse Adventures.
Replay episodes from this entire recommended season, then sound off on the 2005 boards!
(Note: may be region-blocked, your viewing mileage will vary).
Third party company TFC Toys, via Weibo, have uploaded their first 3D renders of their next project: STC-02 G.I Joe x Transformers Dominator Megatron.
This figure is based on the amazing Don Figueroa’s concept art for a G.I. Joe/Transformers Crossover Dominator Megatron. The figure is a triple changer that can convert into a tank and helicopter. Robot mode features a second “super” mode. The information shared indicates this is planned for the Masterpiece scale. This would be a perfect companion for those who already have TFC Toys S.T. Commander (Rolling Thunder Optimus.
Keep in mind that these are just early renders and we may see several changes in the first prototype. Stay tuned with TFW2005 for more updates. Click on the bar to see the images and then share your impressions on the 2005 Board.
The official Takara Tomy Transformers Twitter shared some images of the rest of the Dinobots included in their new Generations Selects Volcanicus gift set as well as images of the combiner.
Generations Selects Volcanicus brings us the Power Of The Primes Dinobots with some extra weapons and accessories and a new G1-inspired deco.We can share for you comparison images of Sludge and Snarl next to theur original releases. To top it all, we have a full shot of Volcanicus showing off all his news weapons and accessories next to the original POTP combiner. You can find images of the other Dinobots: Grimlock, Swoop and and Slug in our previous news stories.
Volcanicus will be a Takara Tomy Mall exclusive 5-pack but you can already find pre-orders via our sponsors links below. Click on the bar to see the mirrored images on this news post and then share your impression on the 2005 Boards!
Via Kremzeek Reviews on Youtube we have new in-hand images of the Transformers Earthrise Deluxe Class Runamuck.
Runabout is part of the next Earthrise Deluxes and is a direct black redeco of Earthrise Runamuck (which you can find in-hand images here). We finally have the respective modern renditions of the classic G1 Battlechargers.
Check out all the images on this news post, as well as Kremzeek Reviews video review, after the jump. Click on the discussion link below and let us know your impressions on the 2005 Boards!
The official Takara Tomy Transformers Twitter have shared an image revealing the packaging of the next installment in the Beast Wars Masterpiece line: MP-50 Tigatron.
The box keeps the usual Masterpiece packaging style showing beast and robot mode in the front using a black background. This means Tigatron should ship anytime soon.
You can still order Tigatron via our sponsors links below. Check the new image after the jump and then share your impressions on the 2005 Board!
Via Instagram user dencio333x we have our first clear look at the new Transformers Kingdom Fossilizer Ractonite.
This is kind of a different and unusual figure. Ractonite transforms into a dinosaur skeleton, and even the robot mode looks as if it were made of bones. Ractonite is part of the new Kingdom Fossilizers which can split and combine as weapons for other War For Cybertron figures similar to the Siege Weaponizers.
Chech the mirrored images after the jump and then sound off on the 2005 Board!
Another week of international sightings courtesy of all 2005 Board members around the world. This week France receives some G1 reissues toys together with more Earthrise toys. Germany and Peru receive more new Cyberverse toys plus some better-late-than-never figures. The latest Studio Series waves hit shelves on Singapore.
- G1 Astrotrain Reissue, Earthrise Deluxe Smokescreen And Studio Series Cliffjumper In France – 2005 Board member transform75 spotted G1 Astrotrain reissue at Album Shop. At the same stores Earthrise Smokescreen and Studio Series Cliffjumper were found too, but we can confirm that both are solid cases, so none of their respective wave partners are available.
- Cyberverse Wave 7 Ultra Class And Wave 9 1-Step Changers In Germany – 2005 Board member and German resident Nevermore is giving us the heads up that the new Ultra Class Thunderhowl was found at Spiele Max inside the Forum shopping mall in downtown Mülheim an der Ruhr. Of note, the US Target Exclusive Warrior Slipstream was also spotted there. Also, Smyths in downtown Essen has the new 1-Step Ratchet and Cybertronian Megatron.
- Cyberverse Wave 7 Warrior And Siege Wave 5 Deluxe In Peru – Via Transformers Peru we can report that Cyberverse Warrior Hammerbyte and Cybertronian Starscream were found at Ripley in Mall Del Sur. Also, Siege Spinister was found at Next Level stores, so Crosshairs should surface soon. This was the only Siege Deluxe missing wave in Peru.
- Studio Series Wave 10 Deluxe And Wave 10 Voyager In Singapore – 2005 Boards member lake88 spotted Studio Series SS-62 ROTF Sounwave and Voyager SS-65 Blitzwing (Bumblebee Movie) at OG Albert. Their wave partners should surface soon.
To all fans and collectors over the world, happy hunting!
Our Sunday leak afternoon is not over yet! Just when we were enjoying our first in-hand images of the impressive Studio Series Hot Rod, now we can share for you our first look at the new Transformers Studio Series 86 Scourge via an image from Cybertron Philllipines Facebook Group.
We have a slightly blurry image of Scourge in robot mode, but we are sure you will be highly interested in this modern rendition of Scourge. Very faithful to his animation design with great proportions and colors. The new Studio Series 86 line is sure getting the attention of all collectors by each new reveal.
Update: A better pic thanks to Protoman on Twitter
Not much left to say, click on the bar to see the mirrored image on this news post and then join to the ongoing discussion on the 2005 Boards!