Thanks to the Toy People blog, we've been treated to some nice photography of a few pieces from Titans Return wave 4. Legends Brawn and Roadburn are shown off well, including a meeting between Titan Master and slightly larger Brawn. The real star however is Sky Shadow, who we get a very good look at across all of its modes, as well as a side by side with Sixshot that seems to show that Sky Shadow is taller than everyone's favorite Ninja Consultant. You can find mirrored photos in the gallery below with a link to the original blog article. Keep reading to see it all!
GENERATIONS CLASSIC LEGION SET - These Classic Legion Class Transformers are tiny at 3 inches tall, but they convert fast from one mode to the other and back, allowing you to enact fierce battles between the Autobots - Optimus Prime and Bumblebee - and the Decepticon sabotage specialist, Starscream! Set of 3 is listed for $12.99 on preorder from bigbadtoystore.com
As Headmaster Don pointed out during a recent RFC Mini-Cast,
MMC's Carnifex is a very IDW take on Overlord. If that was putting you off as well, you may be interested in these upgrade kit photos that MMC has just posted! Carnifex Continuum adds a fair number of G1 features back into your third-party unofficial Overlord toy - keep reading for the photos and details.
The @TF_pr Twitter account has posted a new image of Legends Astrotrain! This time, the Titans Return Voyager Sentinel Prime recolor is posing with himself in-package, and looking quite nice with his darker gray and subtly different deco as compared to his own Titans Return self. Keep reading to see!
The battle between Blue Knight Magna Convoy and his fallen compatriot Straxus continues in this installment of e-Hobby's exclusive (Japanese language) webcomic! Through a clever series of combat manuvers, Magna Convoy manages to fend off Straxus and make his way to the stolen Matrix Sword. But all is not as it seems... keep reading to see for yourself!
The new Titan Master Class figures from wave 4 seem to have gone largely ignored in the coverage coming out of the Philippines from their recent early distribution event. But thanks to Singson JL on the Cybertron Philippines Facebook group, we have a good look at Shuffler! Like Sawback in wave 3, Shuffler is based on one of the Japanese exclusive extra Headmaster toys available alongside the Headmaster toyline in 1987. And rather than turning in to an elephant itself, Shuffler is paired with an elephant robot that turns in to a tank and a really nice portable missile launcher. There's pictures of all of it, including comparisons with G1 Shuffler. Keep reading to see!
Thanks again to NRD Studio, we have out of package images of the In-Hand Images Freezeout and Topspin Transformers Titans Return Deluxe Class Figures.
NRD Studio has also posted a gallery of Deluxe Perceptor! The new version of the Autobot Scientist is a return to form - specifically microscope form. Complete with working magnifier patterned after the original! And cleverly, the Titans Return version of the figure reframes this function as being a Titan Master repair bay. Keep reading to see the photos!
TFW2005 user The Names Jon
has posted a sighting of Titans Return Wave 3 in the US. If you're in the market for Gnaw, Bumblebee,
they've now been spotted on shelves in an Ormond Beach, FL Walmart! Keep reading for more details.
The Facebook page of NRD Studio has posted some very nicely done photo galleries of the upcoming Wave 4 Deluxe Topspin & Freezeout, & Legends Class Brawn! (...well, "upcoming" if you're not in the Philippines or certain other parts of Asia. If you are, they're here!) Brawn in particular is looking pretty great, being an excellent Legends rendition of the long-awaited Mini-Car. Keep reading to see the photos mirrored here!
The Facebook group Cybertron Philippines has shared out a set of photos showing the entirety of Titans Return wave 4 in package. This afford us a first opportunity to see the entire packaging for the Deluxes, giving a glimpse at the alternate mode coloring for Krok and Quake, as well as confirming their Titan Master names, Gatorface and Chasm, respectively. Also new shipping in this wave are Leader Sky Shadow, Voyager Broadside, Legends Brawn and Roadburn, and Titan Masters Repugnus and Shuffler. You can click through to see the whole set of photos.
So we now have a name for Topspin's Titan Master: Freezeout
! TFND continues our steady stream of toy leaks with in-package shots of Topspin and Freezeout. Also noteworthy: Hasbro is so determined for "transformer" to not become a generic term that T-cogs are referred to as "conversion cogs" in Topspin's bio. Keep reading to see!
Like I said, it seems to be Samples Smuggled Out Of The Factory Day in Asia - and this time, the samples of Quake and Krok have their heads! Courtesy of TFND, we can see that the just-revealed recolors of Hardhead and Skullsmasher
have pretty nice looking headsculpts, Krok's in particular. Keep reading to see!
Happy Samples Smuggled Out Of The Factory Day, I guess...? At any rate, we follow up on the previous story of Titans Return Wave 4 Deluxes with a look at MP-37 Artfire's Targetmaster partner, Nightstick! Taiwan's Blacklai has posted images of a testshot, including showing it mounted on MP Inferno's wrist as a proof of concept. Keep reading to get a look at this really nice figure!
The TFMizer Facebook page has posted an image of the headless bodies of Titans Return Deluxe Wave 4! We now know for certain that Quake and Krok were what they were expected to be from the rumors: recolors of Hardhead and Skullsmasher, respectively. We're not sure exactly what Topspin's provenance is - there's a chance he's lightly mistransformed and a product of the Highbrow mold, but it seems more likely he's something new. Sadly, Topspin is cursed to be revealed in low-res images. Click to see this one for yourself!
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