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Imaginarium Art has shared on their Facebook page a sample render of another upcoming Transformers statue - Devastator! Having previously shown off statues for Soundwave and Ultra Magnus, as well as a render of a Rodimus Prime, Imaginarium is quickly getting attention in the Transformers community for their detailed offerings. The teaser comes with little in the way of specific detail, but we're sure more will be coming soon! Keep reading to see the image.

While Hisashi Yuki may be off pre-release photo duties now, that doesn't stop him from posting photos of toys that have already been released! In this case, he draws our attention to a specific feature of LG-31 Fortress Maximus: that compartment in his chest is the perfect size for Rewind! Yuki notes that you may want to remove the cannon from its side-storage position, but otherwise it looks like Fort Max has gotten into the tablet-storing game. Keep reading to see the photo!

The rest of Hayato Sakamoto's Megatronia tie-in comic has been released! And there's some serious weirdness within. When we left off, MegaEmpress had separated Grand Galvatron and Lynx Master with her rail cannon. Now MoonHeart uses her "Healing Pheromone" ability on the defeated Autobots, and... it just gets kinda weird. Keep reading to see!

Chinese-language toy news site Toy-People (motto: "I Have More Toys Than Your Kids") has posted images of a new Asia-exclusive sticker sheet for Titans Return Wave 2! Sporting stickers for the Deluxe, Voyager, and Leader classes, the set is maybe not as desirable as the Wave 1 set with its remedies for low-contrast figures like Scourge and Blurr, but there's some very nice touches on here as well. Keep reading for selected photos!

Autobase Aichi has posted some sample pages from a Unite Warriors Megatronia comic by Hayato Sakamoto! Perhaps the most interesting part is how they've decided that MegaEmpress' ladder is a railcannon specifically designed to disengage the limbs of combiners. Neat concept! Though it's entertaining to watch her intimidate and terrify UW Cyclonus as well. Keep reading to see the images.

New group Fans Hobby has posted a set of images to their Facebook page showing off their upcoming Master Builder series figures! MB-01 is a take on G1 Autobot Monsterbot Repugnus, and MB-02 is his teammate Doublecross. As shown in the MB-02 photoset, the figures are roughly the side of Masterpiece Ironhide. Keep reading to see the photos!

Emiliano Santalucia has posted the original art for Generations Alpha Trion to his Facebook page! Interestingly, Santalucia reports that these sketches were done years before the Titans Return line and at that stage, there was no intent for there to be a third mode. The lion mode also looks a fair sight more organic than what we ultimately got - and it's a pity we didn't get that nifty staff. Keep reading to see the images!

MMC has given new details on their R-18 Anubis - an unofficial, transforming take on Death's Head! It will be a TFCon Chicago exclusive, with no price currently given. The figure is remolded from their Lockdown/Cyclonus mold with a really nice new headsculpt. Keep reading to see!

Brawn has needed a good update pretty much forever. And the good news? He's got a really great toy here with the best weapon mode the Titan Master vehicles have yet produced. However, it's definitely not the proper update you probably hoped for. It could be the start of one, though - all you have to do is pick a body for him. Click here to see the gallery for Brawn!

Apeface is a Titan Master with a few minor weaknesses... when taken as just another Titan Master set. But taken as a World's Smallest Transformers Apeface, he's pretty great. Plus all three of his Titan Master vehicle's modes - gorilla, jet, laser crossbow gun thing - are at least decent. So he's definitely worth your five bucks! Click here to see the image gallery for Apeface!

UPDATE: we forgot to mention that this is, of course, a "Digibash" - a digital coloring job - but it's quite a nice one! The TFmizer Facebook page has posted a new image of the mystery "MP" Megatron that appeared last week, except now in color! It certainly looks as though it could be official judging from the style and quality, but until we have confirmation from a TakaraTomy source we are withholding a definitive confirmation here. Keep reading to see the image!

Earlier today some photos appeared on Weibo which show a new Megatron figure in the MP style. Claims are being made that this is a prototype for a new official Masterpiece Megatron - though at the moment there is nothing to substantiate this. All we know is that it's a Megatron that no Third Party group has yet taken credit for, and needs some revisions in the gun barrel area. Keep reading to see the photos!

Loopaza Mega Store on Facebook has shared a first look catalog image of TakaraTomy's next Masterpiece entry! If you like surprises ...there's none to be had here, since Grapple was expected from the moment Inferno was confirmed to exist. Though not the best image, we can see parts to recreate scenes from episode "The Master Builders", as well as that there will be both yellow and black helmeted head options available. Numbering and release info is still TBD. Keep reading to have a look!

Roll Out Roll Call, in collaboration with The Spacebridge and Transformers @ The Moon, have released heretofore unknown images from a Italian GiG toy catalog showing an unused color scheme for the original Scorponok! Most fascinatingly of all, the green and orange with fluorescent green highlights seems very much like it was probably the source of Energon Scorponok's color scheme. Keep reading to see the catalog photos as well as other photos from The Spacebridge of proposed Scorponok & Black Zarak color schemes!

Astrotrain is very clearly Sentinel Prime... or rather, Sentinel Prime was obviously a "pretool" of Astrotrain, considering just how good a rendition of the G1 cartoon character this is. Sentinel Prime's combat earmuffs even make sense now as the blocks on Astrotrain's shoulders! As with Sentinel, this is a solid if basic figure that does everything it tries to do pretty well. Click here to see 94 photos of Astrotrain and his Titan Master partner Darkmoon!

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