Weibo user NOTRAB has posted a photo showing The Last Knight Premier Barricade, and a red and blue redeco of Titans Return Kup we haven't seen before. A long while back now, otherwise credible rumors pointed to the Targetmaster Crosshairs being the reuse of the Kup mold, and we're leaning toward that as the identity of this piece. But there's also the possibility of an Orion Pax, as the pre-Optimus Prime character has been represented on a Kup mold in the past, and the red arms and what would be mostly blue legs does work toward a very Optimus color layout. Keep reading for more details and the photo.
Thanks to NRD Studio on Facebook, we finally have a good look at Titan Master Ramhorn, from Titans Return wave 5. Ramhorn has been available in some capacity in southeast Asia for at least a few weeks now, having hit alongside Octone and Blitzwing, but receiving almost no coverage since. Ramhorn is a retool of Shuffler, and is designed after another unmade concept-art Headmaster from G1, despite being named after Blaster's cassette buddy. We've got the photos mirrored for you, find them in the album below!
Late last night we brought you the very first video review of Titans Return Seaspray
, from Legends Wave 5. This evening we're pleased to follow up on that and present to you the first complete, in-hand photo gallery of Seaspray going over the brand new figure in detail. We've got 129 photos
of Seaspray including a transformation walkthrough and side by sides with examples of the prior Voyager Seaspray mold. Click through to the gallery and enjoy!
We're hard at work bringing you a full gallery of the brand new Titans Return Seaspray, of which we brought a full video review to you lte last night. But in the process of photographing the figure, we discovered a neat little extra in some of the tiny detail sculpting that we didn't catch on first glance. Inside both of Seaspray's forearms is a short string of (extremely tiny) Cybertronic characters. We knew that had to mean something, so we went to our font references, and sure enough there was a message of sorts. Click through for a photo of the text and what it says!
Finally! After more than a few people placed preorders for the TakaraTomy version of these Titans Return figures sight unseen, Dengeki Hobby has posted images for October's Legends releases! Kickback sports silver-lined clear plastic wings now - maybe not exactly what we all hoped for but still a significant improvement. But surprisingly, Triggerhappy's faceplate doesn't seem to have changed, which is very unusual for a Legends release of a TR figure. Guess you'll have to settle for the all-new Targetmaster partner. Keep reading to see the photos!
Artist Ken Christiansen posted to his Facebook page today sharing one of his contributions to the Transformers toyline. As it turns out, the Twinferno figure from Deluxe wave 3 owes its altmode to him, as he was the artist that visualized that element of the toy design. He's put up the finished lineart, showing lots of detail for the two headed dragon mode, like trying to make the vestigal chest wheel detail look like a sawblade. You can find the full size art below, and our Titans Return Twinferno review here.
Thanks to BWTF and the Transformers Columbia group for sharing the news of the Transformers Titan Returns box art images that have been posted to the official Hasbro Transformers Colombia product web site. What quite nice is we get to see a whole bunch of these images that were previous cropped to fit on the package, here in there complete and glorious details. Read on to see the images that have been copied to our gallery for easy viewing.
The new Legends Series Black Convoy, which is a Tokyo Toy Show exclusive just like the previous Black Convoy figure which was also designated LG-EX because why should toys be easy to talk about? ...I think I lost my point in there somewhere. Okay, the TF_pr Twitter account has shared out a couple new photos of this Black Convoy hanging around Unite Warriors Baldigus, both demonstrating the scale of the robot mode with it, and then seeing Baldigus easily haul around the tanker truck mode. We've got the photos mirrored, click through to have a look!
The "TF Factory" Weibo account has posted some new material today, like the Trypticon box image we showed you earlier
. But there's something even better to share now: The prototype models for Titan Class Trypticon. These have been displayed in a very limited fashion at events like Toy Fair, though we're not sure if photos of them have gotten out before now. The nature of both of these has been described previously, which is good, since one of them especially might be a bit of a head-scratcher otherwise. Keep reading to see them and learn more!
From Weibo with thanks to Unicron.com for bringing it to our attention, we have a photo of Titans Return Trypticon's box! User '淘宝店变形金刚改造工厂' has posted what we believe to be the first image of the Titan Class figure's final package design. If samples (or possibly "samples") are beginning to make their way to Asia, hopefully this means that we'll have an opportunity to get our hands on the giant figure in the next few months. Keep reading to see the image!
Following up on the pictures of Blitzwing and Ramhorn from earlier today, we now have some good looks at Octone, the latest renaming of Octane, previously known as Tankor. Ghani Madueno and Patrick Leonard Mayo have both shared nice photos of this brand new toy in the Cybertron Philippines Facebook group, giving an all-important overview of the remodeled jet mode, a close up of the new robot face, and a group shot of the three Decepticon Triplechangers all together in one scale finally. The photos are mirrored below, so go have a look!
Xavier Basa was lucky enough to have been able to pick up the new Generations toys offered at the The Last Knight launch event in the Philippines, and he's shared some out of package photos of two of them so far on Twitter, and Talk Transformers on Facebook: Voyager Blitzwing, and Titan Master Ramhorn. Both are reused molds, Blitzwing sharing with Megatron, and Ramhorn being a retool of Shuffler from wave 4. Each mode of both toys is shown, plus Ramhorn's head mode on Leo Prime, and a side by side shot of Blitzwing with Astrotrain. We've mirrored the photos, keep reading to see them all!
With Titans Return Wave 4 just beginning to filter through to US retailers, it's probably not the best time for another wave of figures to begin appearing elsewhere in the world. Well, too bad,
because Blitzwing and Octone were spotted at a Transformers: The Last Knight
event in Manila by Twitter user @neurowing along with Titan Master Ramhorn! Keep reading to see the photos.
Loopaza on Facebook has shared out the Transformers-relevant pages from this month's Figure King Magazine. We got a preview of it a couple days ago, focused on the Legends Series Kup and Hot Rod. These new high res scans show very well the detail of the figures' new parts and Targetmasters in testshot form. Also included is exclusive Black Convoy, a DOTM Shockwave statue, and the current campaign sword for The Last Knight toys, plus a full page article about the movie. We've got the pages below, plus a crop out of the Legends testshot panel, so click through and check them out!
Dengeki Hobby has posted images and details for LG-EX Car Robots Black Convoy! Best known as Robots In Disguise (2001) Scourge, the inevitable repaint of Titans Return Voyager Optimus Prime is extensively painted and will first be available at Tokyo Toy Show for 5,600 Yen. In an era of 4,000 Yen Legends Deluxes from TakaraTomy, that's not as bad as it could be. Keep reading for the images!
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