Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by Fc203, May 12, 2018.
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I look forward to seeing them soon here in New Zealand
That's a lot of transformers. I see a lot I want.
Inb4 "I haven't even seen the wave 2 prime masters on shelves"
...Because I'm still waiting for them to pop up too :/
i would start looking around on websites
Thats a lot of Bludgeons.
(nobody is going to be calling an obvious Bludgeon toy "Quintus Prime whatever the packaging says)
Maybe I should skip the other two and just get Bombburst. Bludgeon and Octopunch didn't appear in Masterforce. I'll probably cave though.
If this is indeed the final wave, then its pretty sad seeing it end so fast
Well that confirms I have to buy Blast Off now. Good job I bought Hasbros and Takaras Bruticus too mix and match!
Salt out of the way, I\'m pretty sure I can sell Blast Off for a quick buck easily.
Now if only wave 2 POTP would hit the USA
Wave 2 hit shelves a couple months ago. Stores just aren’t restocking.
Yes, I'm painfully aware
They're selling out on websites. No one has them at MSRP.
So, any clue when wave 3 deluxes and prime masters hit etailers?
Once Walmart in its infinite mercifulness allows them to.
It's weird because I've pre-ordered the legends, leader and Titan. Ah well, eventually I'll get them.
The only place to see that many TFs in the USA? TF Conventions!
A couple of sightings in California is hardly worthy of "hit shelves". Seriously, for a toy wave to actually APPEAR IN STORES (note the PLURAL), they have to actually appear in more than one store. And a one-off sighting followed by nothing? That's ridiculous.
Let's just agree that Wave 2, by and large, gets skipped in US retail. Because it does. June is around the corner, and with it comes the big toy reset. That means wave 3, most likely. It's become a Hasbro tradition, since they seem to be doing little to alleviate the obvious poor stock situation.
Wave revisions exist to correct the missing toy situation, which clearly shows Hasbro is plenty aware of Wave 1 syndrome but is too impotent to do much about it. Sigh. (i.e. I'll spend my money elsewhere, without the flaming hoops).
For those who missed our on wave two they pop up at a grocery store called Kroger. It was part of there Easter basket stuffers might be worth checking to see if any left.
After Hasbro finishes production of the new Cyberverse and Studio Series, you mean. Because Hasbro is going to prioritize the non-G1-Generations toys.
So a lot of these will probably show in Asia for months before the West sees them. Sorry, for months before a couple of people in CA see them and report them as widely available. You and I will wait for the first sign of frost in Hell! But seriously, the stock problem is horrible and I envy Asia for being so close to the manufacturing!
Luck I suppose.
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