Titans Return Deluxe wave 4 has the unusual distinction of including five different toys on its first run. While case revisions can lead to this after a certain time has passed, since the start of Combiner Wars, initial assortments have uniformly held four different molds. The new-face recolors Krok and Quake join three new molds to make wave 4 - and surprisingly these recolors are getting just as much attention as the new guys! Chefatron has some early reviews of both of these affording a good chance to look over both figures and see if these need to go on your shopping list for the near future. Keep reading to see both videos!
Following up on ExVee's Gnaw Gallery, RAC reviews the figure! He's a cute little guy, and the troop-builder you'd want a Sharkticon to be. He also has a fun Titan Master interaction! Shark Mode is a little bit better than Robot Mode, which bears the brunt of the Legends budget's compromises, but nothing about the figure is outright bad. Click here to read and watch the review!
Once more from our friend on the forums TMan978 we have a video to share. The wave 3 Legends assortment is finished off with this review of Gnaw, the troop-build bait for 2017's Generations offerings! Good thing it's packed multiple to a case. You can watch the video embedded below to get a good idea of how this figure works in practice, and to see even more, you can go to our Titans Return Gnaw photo gallery
as well! It all starts just below, so keep reading.
Once again straight from our forums, TMan978 has shared a new video with us. Continuing through the newest Legends assortment, today we have Kickback, the very long-awaited final member of the original Insecticon group. The video shows some thorough comparisons with earlier entries Bombshell and Skrapnel (Shrapnel), plus the usual transformation demo and looks at the toy's two modes individually. The video is embedded below, so click through and watch now!
Thanks to our friend on the forums, TMan978, we've got a new video tonight showing off Legends Class Bumblebee from Titans Return wave 3. While most everyone has focused on Gnaw out of that wave, Bumblebee has flown a little under the radar since this assortment started to become available. In the video, we get to see the robot mode's detail and poseability, the transformation, and a great look at the vehicle mode. The video is embedded below, so click through to watch!
Thanks to our forums member chuckdawg1999, we've got a very early video review of Titans Return Sixshot to share. The video serves as a good walkthrough of each transformation, even attempting a version of the "Wingwolf" mode invented for The Headmasters
series. The video does also confirm what we suspected: The Titan Master need not be removed for any transformation, allowing for a basically "perfect transformation" if one so desires. The video comes in, understandably, at about 26 minutes. It's embedded below, so click through to take a look!
Chuck from our forums has shared another quick video with us. This time it's Fangry from Titans Return wave 3. The new Titan Master replicates the most memorable visuals of the original iteration of the character, focusing on the weird werewolf/bat monster thing. ...which now turns in to a dragon. Well, everybody needs a hobby, I suppose. There's also a weapon mode which sure does exist! We've embedded the video, so click through to have a look!
Our forums member chuckdawg1999 has sent along his video review for one of the wave 3 Titan Masters. Sawback is an homage to Lione, one of a set of obscure Autobot Master Warriors available in Japan during the run of The Headmasters
. In this video, we get an overview of Sawback, from shield mode, to lion, and then to Titan Master vehicle, with a quick look at the Titan Master Sawback itself. The video is embedded below, keep reading to have a look.
We've got another video from John Garringer to share. The newest review is Twinferno from Titans Return Deluxe Wave 3. This figure represents the Monsterbot Doublecross, who probably had his most prominent appearance in fiction in the Japanese The Headmasters
cartoon. This video shows off both modes, a walkthrough of the transformation, and some handy height references with other Classics-style figures. The video is embedded below, so take a look!
Thanks to Matt Guzy from Awesome Toy Blog, we've got a full video review series for the just-released in the US Liokaiser Combiner Wars boxset. Unique retools make for a reimagined take on the Transformers Victory combiner character, centered around Dezaras, and featuring an Arms Micron extra team member. The full series is collected together in one playlist for easy viewing, and we've got it embedded below. Click through and start watching!
John Garringer has uploaded a review video to Youtube for Triggerhappy, from Deluxe wave 3 of Titans Return. Besides being obviously really nicely styled as all the photos so far have demonstrated, the video conveys an extra strength of the figure in showing a really interestingly engineered transformation that starts to break out of the recurring pattern Deluxes had started falling in since Combiner Wars. The video is embedded below, check it out!
Diecast from Radio Free Cybertron has come through once again with an early Titans Return review! This time on his Youtube channel he's showing us Titans Return Wave 3's Hot Rod, a very long-awaited updating of the character. For those keeping score, this is the first new Classics style mold for the character since 2006! Diecast does report some mild individual QC issues on his copy, but hopefully those won't be prevalent in the overall production run. We've got the video embedded below, so click through and start watching!
Our very own TMan978 on the forums brings us another CHILL REVIEW. This chill review has been a long time coming, as we get a look at the Walgreens Exclusive Transformers Titans Return Brainstorm & Teslor. Read on to see the full video review below.
Since we got a deluxe G2 Prime in Reveal The Shield, I was hoping for a larger scale version that looses the movie aesthetic. With this Titans Return figure, we get that, and it is good. While I would've preferred a separate cab and trailer, I fully understand the design choices we got. The only real negative I can find are the loose hips, but those aren't nearly as bad as they could be.
Diecast from Radio Free Cybertron got in a special little something over the weekend, a small fleet of Legends Class Titans Return Gnaw. The delightfully design-faithful updating of the G1 movie Sharkticon is shown off in a full length video review on Diecast's Youtube review channel, where you can see some good size comparisons and a run through of the transformation from robot to tooth monster. We've embedded the review below, so you can get a good look at the toy that everybody is going to want to troop build!
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