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The Decepticons are causing havoc! by crashing into the Fairwinds Credit Union Building in downtown Orlando to promote Universal Studios new Transformers: The Ride 3D, opening June 20, 2013. Creative Ad agency David&Goliath is responsible for trail of destruction, which includes fallen debris, smashed cars and the silhouette of an 80-foot tall alien robot (possibly the evil lord Megatron) crashed through the Fairwinds Credit Union building. I wish alien robots would cause havoc through NYC! Check out more photos below.
If you are looking for something to this summer you might want to stop by the Universal Studios in Orlando Florida, for the unveiling of Transformers: The Ride 3D (which is near completion) there you will be able to catch Megatron the Decepticon leader and all-around bad guy, making daily appearances until 4pm. I am pretty obsessed with this costume it absolutely amazing! the details are incredible and would make an awesome halloween costume, don’t you think? Check out the video below of Megatron’s meet-and-greet at Universal Studios in Orlando and check out the details in their entirety.
Here is a peek at the new leader of the Autobot leader Prime Optimus tee, part of the ongoing Transformers x A Bathing Ape 2013 Capsule Collection. The shirts come in white and grey and cost ￥7,140 JPY approximately $76.00 USD each. This capsule collection will be released at the BAPE Harajuku flagship store on Saturday, March 30 2013. What do you think worthy of your Transformers collection?
Kicking off 2013 Hasbro has launched the new KRE-O Create-It Transformers Micro-Changers Combiners, a new exciting way to play with your favorite Autobots & Decepticons.
KREON figures are also 2-in-1 and can be built in robot form & rebuilt into vehicles.
Collection 1 of the KRE-O Transformers Micro-Changers are now available at your local toy dealers.
Check out fan videos here and more pictures below .
Another round of Hello Kitty and Transformers toys set to hit McDonald’s Happy Meal boxes, starting January 2013!
The Hello Kitty Happy Meal toys feature a very active Kitty! from reading to tennis, from baking to painting, collect all six Hello Kitty figures!
Hasbro’s Transformers Prime series has become a huge hit on The Hub, now you can take home all the action with six posable figures!
Which ones are you looking forward too!
Hasbro has dropped its official Holiday list for kids, which includes the latest innovative, trendsetting toys and games for 2012/2013. In 2012 Hasbro re-introduction of Furby and the Nurf N-Strike Elite Hail-Fire blaster along with many other excited new revamps. Below are highlights from Hasbro’s 2012 lineup of holiday toys and games. Just to give you some ideas of what is hot this Holiday season.
The nice people over at The Hub invited me and my guest to a very intimate pre-Halloween Media party at Dylan’s Candy Bar in the Upper East Side. If you haven’t been to Dylan’s you definitely need to go! its three levels of sweet yummy goodness. The Hub party was located on the top bar level, which was decked out in a Hub/Halloween theme. They had specialized drinks (non-alcoholic), mini-cupcakes, pizza, even PB&J sammiches. Along with prizes like Transformer Prime, My Little Pony and Littlest Pet Shop toys, face painting and decorate your own cookie stations.
Another cool collaboration with Japanese street-wear company A Bathing Ape (BAPE) featuring characters from the popular American franchise Hasbro’s Transformers. This is their second collaboration with Transformers, though this time there are eight tee shirts in total with two “BAPExclusives” using the “Transformer Prime” generation characters along with Baby Milo. These shirts will be hitting flagship stores with in the month so stay posted. Check out the entire collection below.
A Lot of exclusives will be dropping this week to hype of the 2012 New York Comic Con October 11-14. Hasbro and Acidfree Gallery will be launching a new series of limited edition screen-prints in posters size. Featuring images from Hasbro’s Transformers and G.I. Joe brands rendered by Tom Whalen and Dave Perillo. Check out the full posters below. Are you going to NYCC? I am!