sabretooth... there are available action figures at powerplant mall as well... go grab those figures
yes but nhan, im looking for the movie toys, the movie-version of bumblebee and jazz. Those you mentioned were classic versions, that bumblebee pulling a jetski or something. Teka! 500?! that's 700 sa SM ah!!!
Little is known about the new Transformers animated series that will begin airing sometime in 2008 - formerly known by the working title, Transformers: Heroes, its simplified new title, Transformers: Animated - first revealed in Broadcast magazine - seems designed to clearly distinguish it from the live-action film released a few months prior to its debut. The show, which will premiere on Cartoon Network, takes place in Detroit on a futuristic Earth, cohabited by humans and robots.
Confirmed Transformers featuring the show include Optimus Prime (who will be a fire truck), Megatron, Bumblebee, Ultra Magnus, Prowl, Ratchet, Starscream, and a new Autobot character named Bulkhead. It is believed that the Optimus Prime of this series will be younger than the other Autobots, the first time since Rodimus Prime that a younger Autobot has served as leader. Sue Blu (Beast Wars, Beast Machines) will be the series voice director. David Kaye (best known for voicing the Megatrons of the Beast Era and the Unicron Trilogy) has announced that he will provide the voice of Optimus Prime, while statements from Frank Welker suggest that voice actor Corey Burton (Shockwave and Sunstreaker in G1) will provide the voice of Megatron in the show. Tom Kenny confirmed during an interview on IESB.net that he will be voicing Starscream, and Tara Strong will be voicing a girl named Sari, one of the supporting human characters. Her website also quotes that the show will start shortly after the release of the live-action film.
The show's supervising director will be Matt Youngberg (Teen Titans, The Batman), with Cartoon Network vice-president Sam Register as executive producer and Vincent Anciento as line producer. Additionally, Beast Machines writer Marty Isenberg is returning to Transformers as the story editor/head writer for this series. Art director/lead character designer Derrick Wyatt (Teen Titans, Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, Legion of Super Heroes) is creating a "brand new look" unlike anything seen in Transformers before. The series is being distributed internationally by Entertainment Rights.