Series artist – and TFW2005 member – Josh Burcham joins TFW2005 member Sockie in updating our February solicitations coverage with the iTunes Apple Books three-page preview of Transformers Beast Wars issue #1. Push the buttons that lead you to join in the discussion of this newly revealed artwork on the 2005 boards!
Transformers Beast Wars
Transformers news and info related to the Beast Wars cartoon and toys including the new Beast Wars Masterpiece toys.
Digital artist Rob Wiggins, via his ArtStation, has uploaded some images of his Transformers Beast Wars film Cheetor early concept art.
News about a new Beast Wars film has been reported before, but we haven’t had any real details about it. Rob Wiggins surprised us with his Cheetor designs in beast mode and the robot mode torso. Keep in mind that it is stated that these are very early renders and ideas from some time ago and not something that we could consider a final design. In any case, it’s interesting to see how this movie may evolve into production.
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The official Takara Tomy Transformers Twitter have uploaded images of a production sample of the new Transformers Kingdom Dinobot for your viewing pleasure.
Kingdom brings us a completely new Voyager mold for Dinobot with a great mix of a cartoon-accurate robot mode with a more realistic dinosaur mode. A very nice update for the honorable Maximal warrior. We have a clear shot in robot mode and another one showing the back of the dinosaur mode.
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A new week, and new toy sightings around the world. This week we have new War For Cybertron toys in France, Cyberverse in Hungary, the new Funko Pop G1 Transformers hit shelves in Peru and collectors in Taiwan can grab the new Kingdom figures plus several Generations Selects and other exclusive packs.
- Quintesson Pit Of Judgement In France – 2005 Boards member transform75 reports that Amazon France is offering and delivering this exclusive multipack for 85 Euros. While not a store sighting, it’s highly improbable that this pack will get into regular retail.
- Transformers Cyberverse Wave 8 Ultra, Deluxe Build-A-Figure Wave 2 And Wave 6 Scout In Hungary – 2005 Board member BB Shockwave found several new Cyberverse figures at Müller. Ultra Skullcruncher, Deluxe Hot Rod and Grimlock plus Scout Wheeljack (together with Wave 3 scout Shadow Striker).
- Funko Pop G1 Transformers In Peru – Via Transformers Perú we can confirm that the new Funko Pop G1 Transformers Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Jazz, Megatron and Soundwave are available at Lawgamers stores. Additionally, the Pop Key Chains (Optimus Prime, Bumblebee and Megatron) are on shelves too.
- Transformers Kingdom Wave 1 Core, Voyager & Leader, Buzzworthy Bumblebee Wave 1 Core, Generations Selects, Ectotron And Galaxy Odyssey Collection In Taiwan– 2005 Board member prime roller spotted a load of new toy at several stores at the 中和 (Zhōnghé) Global Mall (環球購物中心). At Toyworld and Toys”R”Us: Kingdom Core Vertebreak, Optimus Prime and Rattrap, Voyager Optimus Primal and Cyclonus, and Leader Megatron and Optimus Prime, Buzzworthy Bumblebee Bumblebee & Spike. At And 大明/合川 (Dàmíng/Héchuān) store: Ectotron, Generations Selects Hot House and G2 Megatron and the Galaxy Odyssey Collection Autobot Clones and Botropolis Rescue Mission packs.
Happy hunting one and all!
Flame Toys have updated their Twitter with yet another product update, this time with a full color image of their Furai Action Leo Prime figure! We’ve seen prototypes of a Furai Model version of this character in the past, but it seems as though for now we’ll be getting just an Action version. The figure comes with a large energy sword with sheath and a cloth cape. It also seems to come with a large, detachable lion head shield with cannons on the underside, but that functionality remains to be seen.
Pricing and other release info are yet to be revealed so stay tuned, and be sure to check out the pic after the jump!
Series author Erik Burnham and artist Josh Burcham continue their sneak peeks of Transformers Beast Wars issue #1:
I asked @TomWaltz what I could share from #BeastWars issue 1. He had no objections to anything. So maybe… …Meet Skold. And one more — JUST ONE — little tease. Wanna know what the other name was?
She’s another new character you’ll get to meet in Beast Wars #1 next month!
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Via Nin Nin Games website we can share for you some additional stock photos of Transformers Kingdom Wave 2 Deluxe Airazor and Voyager Dinobot.
The images let us see the poseability and details of these new figures which feature a mix of a cartoon-accurate robot mode with a realistic beast mode.
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Series author Erik Burnham keeps anticipation high for the incoming Transformers Beast Wars through his Dynamic Forces interview, discussing the show’s history for newcomers, what readers can expect from this 2021 comic version & the artwork by TFW2005 member Josh Burcham.
What else is new in this iteration of the Beast Wars?
Erik Burnham: One of the things we’re going to be doing is adding in new characters… and we have some right up front in issue #1. Nyx, a new Maximal, was spotted on the cover to the first issue when the announcement was made and HOLY SMOKES, fans have theories, there’s fan art, there are fan sculpts… she’s no more than one image and she’s already hooked a crazy amount of interest. And there’s more where she came from.
Prepare for issue #1‘s scheduled arrival on February 3rd, then sound off on the 2005 boards!
Via PrimevsPrime on Youtube we have our first in-hand images of the new Transformers R.E.D Wave 2 Cheetor.
Cheetor is our first Beast Wars character in the new R.E.D action figures line. As we can see from the images, this mold really catches Cheetor’s cartoon design and includes several extra hands, parts and blast effects. Posability seems to be even better than the first R.E.D Wave 1 G1 figures. You can detach some part like the Cheeta head on his chest to reveal extra inner details. For those wondering about scale, there are some comparison shots of R.E.D Cheetor next to his Mastepiece and Kingdom incarnations plus some group shots with other new Kingdom figures. Cheetor is part of R.E.D Wave 2 together with Transformers Prime Arcee who we had seen some in-hand images before.
Check out all the images on this news post, as well as PrimevsPrime video review, after the jump. Click on the discussion link below and let us know your impressions on the 2005 Boards!