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“Transformers Keshi Surprise” by Super7 Review

Today we look at the Keshi Surprise mini-figures from Super7 of the original 80’s Transformers!

These figures include one set for the heroic Autobots and another set of six figures for the evil Decepticons, for a total of 12 unique figures. On top of that, each figure (for each respective side) has four different color variants, so there are 48 figures in all to collect, plus a few super ultra mega rares! Check out the video to see who we got!

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NYCC 2018: Pop Culture Shock Toys – Transformers, WWE, Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat

Pop Culture Shock makes incredibly detailed epic statues from some great properties,, and at NYCC 2018 they brought some of their best. We got a look at Reptile from Mortal Kombat, Ryu, Ken, Akuma, and Chun-Li from Street Fighter, Starscream, Thundercracker and Skywarp from Transformers, The Ultimate Warrior from WWE, Storm Shadow from G.I. Joe, and more!

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Decepticon Starscream Joins ‘Transformers: Forged to Fight’

Today, Megatron’s second in command Starscream has officially joined the fight in Kabam’s Transformers: Forged to Fight!

Faction: Decepticons | Class: Tactician

Don’t turn your back on Megatron’s notoriously less than loyal Decepticon Air Commander. His lust for power through betrayal earns him scorn, ridicule, and the odd laser blast from Megatron, yet his legendary resilience always prevails. He dreams that one day he will be called Lord. Lord Starscream.

Signature Ability
Nullify All Hope
Starscream’s cunning is without limits, eventually he will find a way to nullify any advantage an opponent has.
· Starscream’s Null Ray has a 30%~70% chance to Nullify any type of Buff. This does not affect Buffs from Modules, Masteries, or Boosts.

Special Attacks:
Special Attack 1 – Air Superiority Complex
A sycophant’s vengeance at last.
· 80% Chance to increases Ranged Damage by 45~65% and Projectile Speed for 8 seconds.

Special Attack 2 – Cunning Treachery
He’s got you now!
· 72~85% Chance to cause a 50~70% Armor Break for 7 seconds.

Special Attack 3 – Null-Ray to Oblivion
Conquest is made of the ashes of one’s enemies.
· Nullifies all Buffs from the opponent.

Synergy Bonuses:
· Starscream’s Seekers – Ramjet
o +5~15% Damage and 10~50% Armor Piercing for all Decepticon Ranged Attacks.
· Sky Assault – Windblade, Waspinator
o +7~25% Anti-Evade

In TRANSFORMERS: Forged to Fight, Transformers fans and gamers everywhere can build a team of Transformers characters and battle with the most iconic Autobots and Decepticons from nearly every era of the storied franchise’s 30-plus year history, including fan-favorite bots from previous and current animated Transformers TV series, Paramount’s blockbuster films, Transformers comic books and Hasbro’s line of iconic action figures. Players explore an epic new universe where multiple realities collide to form a massive planetary battlefield while assembling a team of Autobots and Decepticons from across time and space to fight against a world of corrupted Transformers robots and their villainous overlords. The game features amazing visuals, intense one-on-one battles, meaningful robot to vehicle converting action and deep RPG elements.

Takara releasing Megatron that transforms into a Sega Genesis

Transformers never really had a good video game tie-in in the US, and barely had a good one in Japan, probably until the last few years. They also never had a tie-in with a video game, until now.

Seibertron has reported that at Wonderfest 2014 in Japan, Takara has revealed a brand new Megatron figure that transforms into a Sega Genesis.



In reality, it is the Sega Mega Drive console (different name, but same system), and is an official product from Takara Tomy licensed by Sega. Unfortunately, Megatron (maybe we should call him Segatron) will not be able to be plugged in and played Alex Kidd, but the resemblance is uncanny between the console and a video game system has never looked so menacing (except for the demonic Virtual Boy).


No release date or price is known yet, but I will be picking this up immediately. I got addicted to the Transformers Masterpiece series thanks to Soundwave, and it is truly a gateway drug into buying more Autobots and Decepticons. Here is hoping that we get a Super Nintendo version of Optimus Prime!