The official Transformers Collectors' Club have just announced the second 2015 exclusive for the Club Store and it's none other than the daughter of Flint and Lady Jaye and friend to the Transformers - Marissa Faireborn! Ms. Faireborn is not alone, however, as she will be accompanied by an Autobot partner in the form of Afterburner. Similar to past years' SDCC exclusives from Hasbro, Afterburner is a non-converting vehicle redecoed from a G.I. Joe scale vehicle. In this case, the Wheel Blaster Bike from G.I. Joe Retaliation.
No toy images are available yet, but the TCC have provided artwork of Marissa Faireborn and Afterburner by the talented Robert Atkins.
As mentioned, Marissa Faireborn with Afterburner will be the second 2015 Club Store exclusive. The first is Nova Prime from Generations Orion Pax (with new head sculpt).
Read on for the full announcement as well as the artwork.
The Transformers Collectors’ Club brings the Humans!
Fort Worth, TX – August 14th, 2014 – Fun Publications, Inc., licensee for Hasbro’s official Transformers Collectors’ Club, is excited to announce their first ever 3 ¾ inch human figure from the Transformers mythos… Marissa Faireborn!
Fans of the Transformers franchise will recognize Marissa as the Earth Defense Command (EDC) pilot from season 3 of the original Transformers cartoon. What G.I. Joe fans will recognize is the name, “Faireborn”. As Season 3 of the Transformers series took place a couple decades AFTER G.I. Joe, this crossover character was in fact, as intended by Story Editor Flint Dille who worked on both Transformers and G.I Joe, the daughter of G.I. Joe members Flint and Lady Jaye!
In addition to this great action figure offering, Marissa will also be riding in to action with her Autobot ally, Afterburner! Both will be revealed tomorrow on the Transformers Collectors’ Club Facebook page. However, in the meantime we are thrilled to present the art for Marissa Faireborn w/ Afterburner by Robert Q. Atkins and Jesse Wittenrich.
This figure, along with the motorcycle accessory, will be available for order through the Transformers Collectors’ Club early Spring 2015. For more information on the exclusive figure offerings of the TCC, including Lio Convoy, Nova Prime and the TFSS 3.0, please visit Transformersclub.com.
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About Fun Publications, Inc.
For nearly 20 years, Fun Publications, Inc. has been a Hasbro licensee offering fans and collectors of pop culture memorabilia news, exclusive product and family events through different print offerings, websites, collector clubs and brand specific conventions such as GIJoeCon and BotCon. Located in Fort Worth Texas, Fun Publications reaches a large audience, serving the United States and many other countries such as Japan, Great Britain, Brazil, Australia and Canada. For more information visit TransformersClub.com, GIJoeClub.com, GIJoeCon.com, and BotCon.com. BotCon is a registered trademark of Fun Publications, Inc. (C) 2014 Fun Publications, Inc. All rights reserved.
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