Back in June, photos of Dinobot Adventures toys appeared online featuring redecos of Rescue Bots Dinobot-style figures as new versions of the classic Dinobots. Somewhere between June and now Hasbro has posted product listings for these figures to their web site including product descriptions. We also have the official name of this sub-line of figures: "Dinobot Strikers"! These figures are listed with an MSRP of $4.99 each.
While the cartoon series ended about a year ago, the Cybervese toy line continues! Thanks to listings on Amazon, we now have photos of the upcoming Ultimate Class Hot Rod and Volcanicus figures. Hot Rod features the character with "Energon Armor" and staff weapon. Volcanicus meanwhile is a Cyberverse version of the Generations Volcanicus character. While the figure is not a Combiner, it looks like it is actually made up of several Dinobots and has an alt-mode!
Over the past few months Hasbro Pulse has been carrying limited quantities of store exclusives such as Walmart's Netflix figures. Their most recent "shared" exclusive is Walgreens exclusive Red Alert! There was no previous official announcement for this figure but leaks have indicated this would be coming for months now.
Thanks to a heads up by a post on the Ozformers Facebook page, we now have official product images and descriptions for the Buzzworthy Bumblebee Crash Combiners. These images and product info come from K-Mart Australia. Interestingly enough, in the United States Target has yet to list these items even though they are available in stores now.
The Buzzworthy Bumblebee line marches on with the posting of yet another 4-Pack of figures on Target.com! This time out it appears to be a repackaging of four previously released Cyberverse Warrior Class figures: Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Megatron and Starscream. This four pack is currently available for order and is priced at $52.99 (which is about right given that these figures are generally somewhere between $13-15 USD individually).
As the latter half of 2021 rolls on, Transformers product is trickling out sometimes without any big announcements. Amazon has recently posted listings for several releases under the Dinobot Adventures banner. This line appears to be a standalone extension of the Rescue Bots line, using many of the sculpts from that line while not using its logo anywhere on its packaging. Also listed now are the "Roll N Change" figures first revealed back in June. Check out the listings and images from Amazon below.