Giant lobster-car robot. When someone sees Bisk on my shelf, I’m elated to explain him to them. The past few years have seen Hasbro and Takara reach a level of creativity in alternate modes and robot forms the likes we have not seen since the glory days of Beast Wars, with the invention of the Fuzors, Transmetals and Transmetal IIs. […]Continue reading »
TakaraTomy has posted a new image of TAV-60 Bisk via it’s Twitter account (@TF_pr). Pictured is Bisk in and out of package. You can see some of the differences between this version and Hasbro’s, including the added black and blue paint on the inside of the claws, the maroon painted abs and the larger amount of blue on the eyes. Bisk will […]Continue reading »
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From a handful of new listings on ToyWiz, we have some in-package images of some upcoming Robots in Disguise figures! Check ’em out.Continue reading »
Artist, Augusto Barranco, has posted up some concept art he did of Decepticon Bisk from the all new Robots in Disguise show! One of these illustrations of Bisk show us the crustaceans alt mode, which was not shown in the episode. Hit the break to view the images!Continue reading »
Thanks to the people over at TFclub, we now have the casting and voice actor list for Robots in Disguise which is expected to be released some time during February. This list is also thanks to the Chinese dubbed episodes that kept the credits in English, thus giving us a list of the characters in the show and the people […]Continue reading »
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Who can have too many minifigures? Hasbro apparently are asking that very question with a new line of blind pack minifigures for their Transformers Robots In Disguise product offerings. These “Tiny Titans” will be released in cases of 24 figures, although there is currently no information on how many of the 24 will be individual characters. All we have is […]Continue reading »