Thanks to Alfes2010 on Twitter, we have some (literally) in-hand photos of the quad barrel shotgun accessory that was the subject of the latest TakaraTomy marketing campaign in Japan. Customers buying 4000 yen worth of qualifying Transformers merchandise at participating retailers would receive the quad barrel shotgun, itself a reuse of one of Hound's many weapons originally from the Age of Extinction toy, painted in Optimus Prime inspired deco. You can click through to see Alfes2010's photos showing a few different figures using the special weapon.
Planet Iacon has shared some in-hand images of the TakaraTomy Quad-Barrel Shotgun Japanese campaign exclusive. The "Quad-Barrel Shotgun" is a movie replica from "Transformer The Last Knight", a gun that Optimus Prime used while brainwashed in the violent fight scene against Bumblebee. Check out the exclusive weapon along with the poster and accompanying literature below.
So it's generally accepted that Transformers: The Last Knight
One-step Changers (known as Speed Change Transformers
in Japan) aren't the most impressive of figures. But, what about one that is made from the ground up by one person, entirely out of cardboard?
Thanks to DIY Japan
on YouTube, we can now answer this question: it is much, much cooler. Click through to see the video!
Dengeki hobby announces transformers quad barrel shotgun gift campaign starting April 21 at participating retailers you can receive one with any purchase of Takara tomy transformers products of 4000 yen or more. It is a limited quantity item. It is the gun that Optimus prime used in the last knight in the fight scene against bumblebee when prime was brainwashed.
Artist Emiliano Santalucia
has posted another piece of his Hasbro concept art to Facebook! Today, we get a look at Transformers: The Last Knight Allspark Tech
Optimus Prime, and this one is kind of a tragedy. The original design work for the toy shows off a neat-looking, dynamic design for the figure that is far removed from the final version. Ah, budgetary restraints. Click through to see the comparison.