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The smallest gallery to share is that for the standard Masterpiece line. The newest entrant shown is the MP-17+ Prowl featuring animation-inspired deco and which it seems is due to get a same-month release by Hasbro going by indications from some of the US retailers. Also out at the show were Shadow Panther, with a copy of Cheetor out as a point of comparison. And rounding out the upcoming product was Dinobot, making most things around it look small. It seems that several other items were included in the display, but in the form of exclusives and other long-since released products to represent the line. You can check out the photos of the newer products below.

Dengeki Hobby has just released the first images of MP-34S Shadow Panther! Based on Masterpiece Cheetor - just as the original Shadow Panther was a recolor of the original 1996 Deluxe Cheetor mold - Shadow Panther is shown with both the Cheetor and "Mutant Mask" faces on the MP figure. Keep reading for more details!

In what will probably be our final look at Tokyo Comic Con for this year's event, we've got some additional photos from tagoal on Twitter. Among the highlights are another sighting of the movie series diorama highlighting key moments from the various films. We also get to see some of the 2018 series of Movie The Best with Hound, Jetfire, ROTF Optimus, and Nemesis Prime. A quick look at the G-Shock watches and another pass over the Masterpieces and Street Fighter crossovers rounds out this last piece of coverage. You can find all that below in the gallery!

Thanks to 7777_diver on Twitter, we have some photos from the TakaraTomy exhibit space at Tokyo Comic Con, happening right now! The grey prototype of Masterpiece Dinobot is a featured attraction, and is joined by a display of the Street Fighter x Transformers exclusives, a Prime 1 Studios Barricade statue, and we've just seen the "Downtown" Cerebros is on display today. We've mirrored a number of photos, and we'll keep watching to see if anything else interesting turns up - click through to have a look!

Loopaza Megastore has posted new Figure-Oh ("Figure King") scans to Facebook! The MP-41 Dinobot hype continues - and continues to look largely deserved. The metallic blue on the figure is especially nice, and we get a larger copy of the pictures lining Dinobot up with the initial Maximal cast in both modes! Keep reading to see.

Weibo user 北马伊斯力 has posted a string of images pertaining to MP-41 Dinobot! While the shots are all of the grayscale model, we get a solid look at the figure's transformation as well as some great closeups of its alternate faces. There's also a (Japanese) interview with numerous images of sketches and other design documents for the figure as well! Keep reading to see.

Via Michael "@GeneralTekno" Ivey on Twitter, we find a Beast Wars callout on the side of the Titans Return Siege On Cybertron box! While there is a Transformer with a Beast Mode - Pounce - and another that IDW gave a beast mode in Sins of the Wreckers - Armada Tidal Wave - there are no characters from Beast Wars in the set. Is this just a way of keeping the trademark on the logo and the title, or is it a clue to the next boxset? Keep reading to see the photo!

Looks like it's Masterpiece Day! This photo just showed up on Imgur via Reddit user lacklustername, presumably from the Tokyo Toy Show: a TakaraTomy slide showing off MP Dinobot! We got a look at the render version of the figure the other day, but this photo is our first look at a real, physical toy. Keep reading to see the image!

As we come up on the last weekend of the month, it's time for new toys in Japan, and highly anticipated on that score is Masterpiece Cheetor. Twitter user @ZEAMTIGER has already gotten hold of Cheetor and has been sending out a variety of photos giving us our first real in hand look. Though right now no comparisons with MP Optimus Primal are shown, you can see Cheetor side by side with the Generations molds of Rattrap and Rhinox, showing how one scales well and the other... doesn't. The photos are mirrored in the album below, click through to take a look now!

Autobase Aichi has posted some small images of flyers being handed out today at Wonderfest. Much of it concerns simple things like the The Last Knight toys, the campaign to produce the Infobar licensed transforming cellphones, and existing Masterpiece products. But hidden in a corner is the one juicy nugget of new info. After perfecting their black magic transformation engineering tricks with Cheetor, Dinobot appears to be coming to Masterpiece, and there's no telling how they'll reconcile the show model's ludicrously incompatible robot and beast modes in a toy that has to actually work. Keep reading for mirrored images.

Toy Fair wasn't the only thing expected today! In Japan, it's Sunday morning, and that means it's time for Winter Wonderfest. While those hoping to see something new in the Legends front might be disappointed b y the lack of anything unannounced, we get lots of great shots of Godbomber, God Ginrai, Masterpiece Megatron and Cheetor, as well as a first look at TakaraTomy's takes on some of the The Last Knight toys that debuted in New York today, with the typical extra TakaraTomy deco at work. If you thought Leader Class Megatron looked good before, click through and check this one out. Mirrored photos and credits below!

Thanks to Loopaza on Facebook, we have clear, high res scans of the two Transformers-focused pages from this month's Figure King Magazine. As we saw in the early look the other day, the Legends EX Headmaster 6 pack is on show here, destined for various limited release outlets next month. Newly seen is a big showcase of MP-38 Supreme Commander version Beast Convoy/Optimus Primal, based on the original toy with new deco and some new accessory parts. We have the full resolution pages mirrored for you, so click through to see it now!

The final installment of Magna Convoy's webcomic is up on e-Hobby's preorder page! Losing the fight with Straxus very badly, Magna Convoy is rescued by... who, exactly? It's the Sentinel Prime/Astrotrain body in blue, gray, and black with red highlights... and that brings to mind Energon Omega Sentinel, who also became a train and a spacecraft! Is this the next member of the Blue Order, AKA the e-Hobby exclusive that comes after Magna Convoy? Keep reading to see the Japanese-language comic page for yourself!

Dengeki Hobby has posted a set of images of MP-38! The curiously named "Legendary Supreme Commander" version of Beast Wars Optimus Primal is revealed to be a reuse of the Masterpiece mold bearing the colors of the original Ultra-class toy with a couple new accessories - one of which is the original's Mutant Mask! The figure is priced at 12,000 Yen and scheduled for release in June. Keep reading to see!

The TF_pr Twitter account has shared a new photo of LG-41 Leo Prime. The recolor and headswap of Titans Return Alpha Trion is based on Beast Wars II's Lioconvoy, and is one in a growing series of recolors to represent the character. The new photo helps highlight just how pretty the deco is. Not to mention how much detail there is in the sculpting that can be brought out with the right paint choices! Leo Prime is expected at the end of February. Keep reading to see the full size photo.

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