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Since appearing out of the blue during TFCon Chicago, Toyworld's Grant, a downscaled, improved take on Grand Maximus has attracted a lot of attention. T2RX6 has posted the first video review of this figure to Youtube in order to answer a lot of curiosity for those who weren't at TFCon to see one of these personally. Showing a range of size comparisons and testing cross compatibility with other Headmaster heads, the video covers just about all the bases for this mystery figure. Click through to check out the embedded video review!




The second figure for the Ordin combiner is now revealed – O-02 Alberich! Forming the right arm of Ordin. Alberich combines with the other 4 figures (sold separately) to form the Mighty Ordin who will stand approximately 37CM/15" tall and is roughly the same size as MMC's Feral Cons. The figure is now up for $94.95 each at TFSource. Pre-order the figures now at the following page Unique Toys - Ordin - O-02 Alberich.




Play With This Too has posted full design art for Bloodbath, a figure made in the likeness of Bomb Burst's Pretender shell with a small accessory figure based on the inner robot design which becomes weapons and other equipment for the main figure. Bloodbath is noted to be a remold of Desolataur, a previously revealed design taken from Pretender Skullgrin. Click through and check out the deco model and design line art!




Right on the tail of TFCon Chicago we have even more images of all three of the hot new from Toyworld alon with worth from TFSource that the preorders are now up! Each set at $114.95 each, preorder yours at TFSource today at the following links: TW-D02 Muddy, TW-D06 Devilstar, TW-H04 Infinitor. Read on to see the new images for more details.




Various sites have reported on a few upcoming small-scale third party sets that will go perfectly with your Legends and Cyberverse figures, or even your Titan Metroplex! DX9 has shown an image of three new War In Pocket figures: X-04 homages Scourge, X-06 Galvatron, and X-07 Cyclonus. On the other end of the G1 animated series, a new group by the name of Vector Sigma is showing off non-transforming Cyberverse-scaled vehicles from More Than Meets The Eye, Part 1 - including Bumblebee, Wheeljack, and the infamous Tetrajet forms of the Seekers. More info as we get it, but for now keep reading for the mirrored images!




DX9 D05 Chigurh stands 24cm / 9.6" tall in robot mode and converts from space shuttle to train to robot. No parts need to be detached to convert it from mode to mode. This figure contains die-cast metal parts, the waist is twistable and the wheels rotate. Train mode is 22cm / 8.8" long. Shuttle mode is 20cm / 8" long. Read on to see the images of this homage to the G1 Japan Astrotrain. You can pre-order the figure now at bigbadtoystore.com




MX-I Apollyon stands 24.5cm / 9.8" tall. Die Cast Parts include: Gun barrel, Feet, Waist, Back. Accessories Include: -Asteroid Wound Chest Panel -Sigma Activation Key -Clone Control Helmet -Last Stand Energy Sword -Mace & Chain -Pistol of Betrayal -Alt Mode Enhancement Accessories/battle stand Note from the Manufacturer: Order now at bigbadtoystore.com. Read on for more details.




Thanks to BBTS we have an update on many new Third Party items that are now avaiilalbe for pre-orerd. Get the jump on a bunch of new releases from Toy World including the TW-H04 Infinitor, TW-06 Devilstar, and TW-D02 Muddy! Read on to see the product and descriptions with links to pre-order them now.




Revealed at WikiAlpha.org today is Play With This Too's heroic flyer Jetwash. You may recognize the armor as being inspired by Pretender Starscream, while his Tech Drone buddy is inspired by the GoBot Fitor. Jetwash is one of the new line of highly posable 6 in tall figures coming from Play With This Too, and should be part of their upcoming Kickstarter campaign in early 2015. You can learn more about Play With This Too at their web site.




Thanks to Radio Free Cybertron we have select highlights from TFCon Chicago's third party panel, including upcoming items from Maketoys, Fans Project, MMC, and more! As you might expect, photography in a darkened auditorium is sketchy at best, and we'll deliver clearer images of the panel slides as soon as they're available. Meanwhile we have photos of testshots of more third party toys, distributed via daim.choc. Keep reading to check out everything!




Members of the podcast TFYLP had the opportunity to sit down with Rik Alvarez and Aaron Archer following the announcement of his and Simon Furman's involvement with new independent toy company Play With This Too. Rik and Aaron both share tidbits of their histories at Hasbro, plus talk about PWTT and their views on the future of toys in general. Clocking in just under an hour, it's a very interesting piece to settle in and check out. Click through to watch the embedded video now!




Check out the Rik Alvarez interview about his upcoming Play With This Too toys at RetroRobotRadio. Includes the slides of his figures shown at TFcon Chicago 2014.




TFSource has released images of their TFCon exclusive, ToyWorld's TW-04G Grant. Grant is a downscaled (9 inches tall) version of Grand Maximus, the Japan-exclusive Fortress Maximus recolor. It's limited to 180 pieces and is available now at TFSource's booth at TFCon Chicago. Keep reading to see photos!




The Radio Free Cybertron Twitter is lighting up with photos from the floor of TFCon, including some testshots of upcoming figures! Function-X 05 is on display, along with Fansproject's take on Defensor and ToyWorld's Shinebug and Bungee, their takes on Bumblebee and Cliffjumper! In addition there's an in-person photo of Cubrar, Fansproject's Not-Slag in con-exclusive Diaclone colors. Keep reading to see a sea of fascinating (if unpainted) plastic, and keep checking back as we'll add more photos as they're added to Twitter!




FPCore, a division of Fans prject has sent out an e-mail detailing shipping for everyone who preordered either the Steel Core Trailer unit or the deluxe Trailer + Steel Core set that was offered last month. Deluxe sets will start shipping early next week, while trailer-only purchases are shipping now. And sure enough the first few are reaching the hands of buyers, and we've got a few quick shots of the package along with the first member-exclusive Core figure, Ruthen. Keep reading to see them!



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