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Unboxing: Transformers Generations Selects Shattered Glass Optimus Prime & Ratchet Two-Pack

Shattered Glass is coming! The popular alternate Transformers world is coming to comics and Hasbro has already given us a look at what we can expect with the Transformers Generations Selects Shattered Glass Optimus Prime and Ratchet Two-Pack.

We open up the pack and show off the two figures as we get ready for the revealed Blurr, Megatron, and the teased IDW Publishing comic series!

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Optimus, Transform, and Roll Out! Hasbro Reveals an Auto-Converting Optimus

Introducing an industry-first Auto-Converting, Interactive, Programmable, Voice Activated, Mobile Controlled – Optimus Prime Robot. In collaboration with Hasbro – Robosen brings your favorite Transformers hero, Optimus Prime, to life with a fully immersive experience through voice-activated actions, mobile app controls, and endless hours of creative and fun ways to program Optimus Prime to walk, punch, blast, drive, and convert at the swipe of your finger, or command of your voice! The world has never seen an easier way to convert and roll out!

Pre-order the figure now.

  • At an incredible 19″ tall when in robot mode, the TRANSFORMERS Autobot leader is awe-inspiring in size and capability.
  • Optimus Prime is equipped with 80 sound effects, voiced by the original voice of the Autobot leader, with genuine “converting” sounds, as you watch and interact with Optimus Prime.
  • Authentic G1 design with detailed emblems, chrome accents, and lighting throughout.  Built-in speakers and 2 microphones bring Optimus Prime to life!
  • Witness each punch, blast, breathe, and conversion, all done with seamless precision, right before your eyes. Enjoy the most amazing TRANSFORMERS experience the industry has ever interacted with.
  • Optimus Prime is built premium throughout, with the world’s most advanced collection of premium materials assembled together with over 5000 components, 60 microchips, and 27 servo motors making this a one-of-a-kind, Collector’s experience!
  • Turn on and ROLL OUT! Optimus Prime speeds away in truck mode via voice or app.  You can seamlessly control Optimus Prime in robot or truck mode via voice or mobile app commands.

PREMIUM PROTECTIVE TRAVEL CASE included with this Limited Collector’s Edition, it’s a premium protective foam travel case to keep Optimus Prime secure when storing or traveling with your robot. Includes Battle Axe and Blaster, as well as:  Charging Cable, Instruction Guide & Travel Case

MOBILE APP – available through Apple App Store & Android App Store – Search: ROBOSEN Optimus Prime

Built in rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery (2000mAh)


With 25 voice activated commands, including “Roll Out”, “Convert” and “Attack!,” Optimus Prime comes to life like never before seen in an impressive and immersive one of a kind experience!  Easily convert between truck and robot mode with the sound of your voice or click on your screen.  

  • Incredible scale at 19” tall and amazing G1 detail throughout.
  • State of the art voice activated technology with 27 servo motors inside.
  • Never before seen auto-converting capabilities, bring Optimus Prime to life!
  • Program and customize your Optimus Prime with the mobile app (available at Apple and Android App Stores).


With a fully immersive experience never done before – Optimus Prime is built with the latest voice activated technologies and able to walk, talk, blast and convert at your command.  Or switch to App Mode, and control Optimus Prime with the on screen joystick, cycle through incredible preset ACTIONS or learn how to CREATE your own movements with our MISSIONS tutorial, and learn to move Optimus Prime, record movements and interact like never before!


Optimus Prime is built with an incredible amount of technology and industrial design – all with meticulous authenticity.  An impressive 5000 components, and 27 patented servo motors, help to achieve the one thing every collector has always wanted – auto-conversion!  This dream is finally realized by 60 microchips that speak to each joint, and fold, twist, and turn to deliver an awe inspiring ‘real life’ Optimus Prime experience.


Optimus Prime wouldn’t be complete without his genuine Blaster and Battle Axe.  Perfectly crafted to model the original G1 accessories, your Optimus Prime comes equipped and ready to stage an authentic battle sequence alongside the original voice and sound effects of the G1 TRANSFORMERS experience.

Check out all of the videos below for this amazing figure:

Unboxing: Transformers War for Cybertron: Kingdom Core Optimus Prime

Transform and roll out! Optimus Prime is now in smaller form with the Transformers War for Cybertron: Kingdom Core Optimus Prime figure.

The 3.5 inch figure is inspired by the G-1 version and converts into truck mode in 11 steps. The figure comes with a classic Ion Blaster.

We open up the figure and show it off with transformation!

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Unboxing: Transformers R.E.D. G1 Optimus Prime

Enhance your Transformers collection with Transformers R.E.D. [Robot Enhanced Design] figures. These 6-inch scale figures are inspired by iconic Transformers characters from throughout the Transformers universe, including G1, Transformers: Prime, Beast Wars: Transformers, and beyond. R.E.D. figures do not convert, allowing for an enhanced robot mode with a sleek, “kibble-free” form. With 80 deco ops and each surface painted on, R.E.D. figures were designed to bring collectors the most screen-accurate versions of their favorite characters to display on their shelves.

A Walmart exclusive, we check out Optimus Prime and see how one of the first releases holds up!

Optimus Prime includes 4 alternate hands, Ion Blaster, and Energon Axe accessories. Open the chest of Optimus Prime figure to reveal the iconic Matrix of Leadership.

Get yours now from Walmart.

SDCC 2019: The Transformers and Ghostbusters Mashup in Ecto-35 from Hasbro

Both Transformers and Ghostbusters are celebrating their 35th anniversaries. Later this year, they’ll team-up and mashup in a comic series from IDW Publishing which has already spun off a toy dubbed Ectotron out in July.

At San Diego Comic-Con, Hasbro will release a second figure which features Optimus Prime in a new scheme.

Ecto-35 features Optimus Prime with a white color scheme and a Ghostbusters logo and motto on the side. Add in a splash of green slime. The trailer converts into a base to bust ghosts and comes with supplies like a ghost trap. The packaging even turns into a proton pack!

The MP-10G Optimus Prime Ecto-35 Edition will be available at San Diego Comic-Con 2019 and retails for $149.99.

MP-10G Optimus Prime Ecto-35 Edition

(via Polygon)

Preview: Transformers: Optimus Prime, Vol. 5

Transformers: Optimus Prime, Vol. 5

John Barber (w) • Sara Pitre-Durocher, Kei Zama, Andrew Griffith, & Priscilla Tramontano (a) • Kei Zama (c)

End of the Road! The Autobots are faced with multiple threats, one of them a danger not only to Cybertron, but to the whole universe! Trapped between Shockwave’s attack and Unicron’s onslaught, Optimus and the Autobots struggle to make sense of what’s left of their world, as Optimus’ colonist soldiers contend with a brutal reality–they have no homes to return to. Plus, Shockwave reveals ancient truths–as an old friend tries to reconnect with Cybertron. Collects the 2018 Annual and issues #22–25, which conclude the series.

TPB • FC • $19.99 • 144 pages • ISBN: 978-1-68405-411-4

Transformers: Optimus Prime, Vol. 5

Transform Your Sneakers with the PUMA x Transformers Collection

PUMA and Hasbro have unveil an exclusive Transformers-themed collection. The PUMA x Transformers range celebrates the two iconic Autobots, Bumblebee and Optimus Prime, their super powers and remarkable built, reimagined into PUMA’s latest RS-X silhouette.

This season, PUMA launches the RS-X sneaker, a reboot of the RS-0 which was built on the classic 80’s Running System (RS) line. Pushing boundaries in futuristic design with retro vibes, PUMA extends their RS range by partnering with exciting brands that take reinvention to the extreme, from the toy, television, telecommunication and motoring worlds.  With its bulky design, bold color palette and material mixes, RS-X Transforemrs pushes reinvention further and explores collectibles in and beyond the sneaker culture.

Equipped with PUMA’s patented RS technology on the midsole, the upper is decked with mesh, textile and nubuck overlays. The RS-X Transformers Bumblebee in Quiet Shade – Cyber Yellow and the RS-X Transformers Optimus Prime in Dazzling Blue – High Risk Red are nods to the signature colors of the two protagonists. The RS PUMA branding appears on the molded sockliner while the shoe tongue features the collab logo. The Transformers Autobot symbol fitted on the heel piece accentuate the style.

For the ultimate head-to-toe Transformers look, the collection also features apparel and accessories. Bumblebee and Optimus Prime’s vivid colors continue to appear on the T7 Track Pant and Track Top while the tees feature various iterations of the PUMA x Transformers graphics and all-over prints.

The PUMA x Transformers collection for Men and Kid’s drops exclusively at Foot Locker stores and PUMA.com in Europe on November 22nd and mid-December in the U.S.

Preview: Transformers: Optimus Prime #24

Transformers: Optimus Prime #24

John Barber (w) • Andrew Griffith (a) • Kei Zama (c)

YOUTH IN REVOLT! As Unicron approaches, Optimus Prime’s colonist soldiers take matters into their own hands. With Autobot forces spread thin, will anybody stand in their way? And—more importantly—SHOULD anybody stop them?

FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Review: Transformers: Optimus Prime #23

The battle against Unicron forces Optimus Prime’s colonist soldiers to contend with a brutal reality-they have no homes to return to. But when they make a move against Trypticon, the human-controlled home of the next generation of Cybertronians… can the end be far behind?

Transformers: Optimus Prime #23 could have been an interesting tie-in to the current “Unicron” storyline. Instead of exploring the concept of the end of the world and what you should do, the issue devolves into a typical battle due to misunderstandings. Like the “Unicron” main series, it also has no problem killing characters off, indicating the end is near in multiple ways.

Writer John Barber gives us a pretty typical story of things getting out of hand due to misunderstandings. It all escalates in expected ways and of course there’s that moment of no return. In all of those ways, the comic is pretty lackluster for what’s presented.

What’s interesting though is the exploration of the Cybertronian history and their true nature of destruction. Even though they think they protect, they destroy. It’s a cycle that seems to play out in numerous ways over and over. It’s even manifested in the character Jazz himself. Unfortunately, the protector/destructor duality is spelled out for us. Jazz reminds us multiple times in his dialogue. So, even the interesting aspects stumble in this issue. Add in those who reject Optimus and decide to attack, it all just comes together in a comic that throws a lot into the pot but doesn’t quite make the case for any of it.

The art by Priscilla Tramontano is also a let down. The G.I. Joe characters look a bit too cartoony and their style doesn’t mix well with both their vehicles and the Transformers that surround them. It feels like two different stories mashed together in that way. Tramontano’s style would work really well for a younger reader Transformers/G.I. Joe series, or if the Cybertronians had a similar flow in their style as the humans. The color by Josh Burcham is cool and reminds me of the comics from the 80s that I love so much.

The issue has an interesting idea and set up but never quite lands things. It has to spell things out for the reader or falls into a story that we’ve seen too many times before. As far as a tie-in, this issue falls flat when so many others have been so good. It feels like a wasted opportunity to explore more of the Hasbro universe before things wrap up.

Story: John Barber Art: Priscilla Tramontano
Color: Josh Burcham Letterer: Tom B. Long
Story: 6.0 Art: 6.0 Overall: 6.0 Recommendation: Pass

IDW Publishing provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review

Preview: Transformers: Optimus Prime #22

Transformers: Optimus Prime #22

John Barber (w) • Sara Pitre-Durocher (a) • Kei Zama (c)

END OF THE ROAD! Trapped between Shockwave’s attack and Unicron’s onslaught, Optimus and the Autobots struggle to make sense of what’s left of their world. Shockwave reveals ancient truths—as an old friend tries to reconnect with Cybertron.

FC • 32 pages • $3.99

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