Target Exclusive Cyberverse Warrior Slipstream Revealed, and Exclusivity of Rainmaker Seekers and Spark Armor Cheetor Confirmed

Magellan

Magellan

Magellan Mulligan has been a fan of Transformers for nearly as long as he can remember. He started taking a serious interest in Transformers near the tail end of G2, but it was Beast Wars that truly solidified his love for the franchise. He's been part of the online fan community since the late 90's, but has made the Allspark his primary home for the last several years under the username Vexwing.
Magellan

The Transformers Facebook page has revealed three products to be Target exclusives, two we knew about, and one that has just been revealed.

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Hasbro Updates on Facebook with New Cyberverse Including Gnaw and Alpha Trion

Copper

Copper

Copper has been a fan of Transformers since age four, when she saw the 1986 movie on VHS and demanded to watch it again. You can find her on the forums (and elsewhere in the tubes) as Copper Bezel.
Copper

Hasbro has released renders to their Facebook page featuring new figures in Cyberverse’s Ultimate, Ultra, Warrior, Scout, and 1-Step classes, including a second helping of Skybyte and new arrivals Alpha Trion and Gnaw and a Scout figure based on Transformers: Prime’s Scraplets. The render assortment also includes previously seen images of the new Spark Armor figures.

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Cyberverse “Spark Armor” Toys Revealed – Featuring Sky-Byte!

Callum

Callum

Callum somehow managed to avoid Transformers during his actual childhood, but then the live-action films piqued his interest, Animated suckered him in, and IDW's comics made sure he stuck around.
Callum

Via Kotaku, Hasbro has revealed a new line of Cyberverse toys set to debut in 2019, revolving around a new “Spark Armor” gimmick. These toys each include a small vehicle companion that can split into a set of armor parts for the main figure to wear. Included among the initial line-up is a Cyberverse version of Sky-Byte, perennial fan-favourite from the 2001 Robots in […]

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