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1.Starting from now on, for all Star Wars orders over USD50 will come with a FREE plastic folder as GIFT! Including preorder unsent orders too, we will include free gift too. These 2 types of files will be given out randomly. If you want a certain type, please include remarks during your order.... First come first serve until stock last!
Perfect Effect has posted new images of the one thing many of us have been wanting to make their Leader-class Super Ginrai/Powermaster Optimus Prime figure complete: Ginrai! The Deluxe-ish sized figure is looking pretty poseable, and the new grayscale images also show off the new chest frame that need to be installed for the figure. And since you have to do that, it should
be possible to use this on either variation of the mold! Keep reading to see.
Site sponsor TFSource has posted images of their Palm Collection Blue Cat & Naughty, AKA Brainstorm & Mindwipe! These Palm Collection figures are more or less Legends-sized and feature functional Headmasters. Due out in March, they have a preorder price of $44.99. Keep reading to see the images!
Master Builder MB-03 Feilong stands 8.90 inches (22.60) tall and transforms from robot to two headed dragon. Feilong is made of ABS plastics and metal alloy and features a high level of pose-ability. Feilong comes armed with a blaster.
Toy designer Shu Kusuhara has used Twitter to preview his new garage kits of Metalhawk, Starscream
, and Holi
- the Transformers Victory
equivalent of Micromaster Rescue Patrol member Stakeout
! All are color-molded, fully transforming model kits, likely produced as TakaraTomy-sanctioned Third Party figures on a short-term license for WonderFes. Holi is both in scale with Titans Return
Legends figures and seats a Titan Master! Keep reading to see.
Relative newcomer FansHobby has shared via their Facebook page a new image of a color testshot of Feilong, their figure based on the Monsterbot Doublecross. Apparently as a result of examining the testshot, FansHobby have decided on some revisions to the figure, which they've revealed with new product renders. Mainly the changes are to fill in gaps and spaces that weren't satisfactory, but one of the changes includes adding some length to the wings, increasing the overall span by quite a bit. You can see all of the images mirrored below!
Via Weibo we've got a new look at Apocalypse from Planet X. Based on the High Moon Studios take on Trypticon from the War For Fall Of Cybertron game series, Apocalypse has been notable for being an early attempt at third party groups selling larger, non-combiner-type items as two or more purchases. These few new photos showing what is probably a production sample only depict the robot mode for now. But you wouldn't be alone if you had some trouble recognizing this as Trypticon even in this state. We've mirrored the images, click through to have a look!
MMC's figure inspired by the design of Rodimus as seen in IDW's More Than Meets The Eye
is now up for preorder, with an expected ship date in June. Several new photos of the figure showing both modes in full color, with and without its bow accessory have also been revealed. Reformatted R-27 Calidus stands just over 7 inches (18cm) tall and transforms into a racing car. Calidus's energy bow can be mounted to his backpack in robot mode, and it forms the car's fender in racing car mode. This item is priced at $84.99 and is available for preorder now at bigbadtoystore.com
Iron Factory has shared new promo photos of Wing of Tyrant, their iteration of Starscream for their line of Legends-size figures. The figure looks very highly detailed - so much that it would be hard to tell it's a small scale figure if not for the size of the hand openings. The photos include coronation gear and a Megatron pistol, showing a good accessory loadout. This figure is more based on some IDW interpretations of the G1 Starscream design, and naturally, Thundercracker and Skywarp are to follow. The pictures are mirrored below, click through and take a look!
Diecast of Radio Free Cybertron has posted his review of Toyworld Assault, their take on Masterpiece Thrust! He's taken a comprehensive look at this impressively large alternative to Masterpiece Thrust, which towers over even MP Starscream. And it even comes with a very large and impressive stand! Keep reading to have a look.
FansToys has shared a small gallery on Facebook featuring the prototype for their Hoodlum figure, based on Hot Rod. Joining their ever-growing lineup of Masterpiece-scale figures, Hoodlum represents a potential alternative to the already existing official MP Hot Rod. One photo indicates this will come with a Targetmaster partner figure in addition to the standard rifles. The prototype is shown in robot and vehicle modes, and uses FansToys not-Kup and not-Springer for some group shots to show relative scale. We have the photos mirrored, so click through to see!
We've got another review video from diecast on the RFC Reviews channel, talking about Downbeat from Maketoys. Downbeat is one of a surprisingly small assortment of unofficial Masterpiece Jazzes, which bring slightly different ideas to the table. Downbeat seemingly isn't perfect, though it presents as more a collection of small problems than any one significant one. You can see the details of vehicle and robot modes, and the lengthy, but honestly pretty nice looking transformation process in between. The review is embedded below, so go ahead and watch right now.
Changing gears a bit tonight, diecast from Radio Free Cybertron has posted a new video to the RFC Reviews channel showing off a testshot of Arch Enemy, the first figure in the Master Builder series from new group Fans Hobby. Despite being a testshot piece, the review demonstrates good design and build quality overall with an appropriately simple transformation. And about twice the volume of the original official Robots in Disguise Scourge toy! We've embedded the review below, so go ahead and take a look!
The Transform Mission not-Menasor project has been pushing along for quite a while, though a bit quietly recently. But to break that trend, a new gallery of photos have been released showing a full color copy of Powertrain, the set's requisite Motormaster-alike. The very G1 influenced vehicle mode becomes a robot taking cues more from earlier IDW comics, but not straying terribly far off the "classic" look. We've got the full gallery mirrored, so click through to see it now!
Planet X has shown off a few new photos on their Facebook page, giving us a peek at Apocalypse, their Trypticon based on the High Moon Studios video game design, planned to be sold as two components later this year. Shown alongside are Thundercracker and Skywarp recolors of Planet X's unofficial Fall of Cybertron Starscream, because the law of seekers must always prevail. Apart from the one clear dinosaur mode shot, Apocalypse seems to mostly be set dressing for the not-seekers, who get a clearer focus. Check it all out below!
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