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Toyworld has released new photos showing off a fully assembled copy of their dinosaur combiner. Having been seen previously as generally incomplete assemblies and without production colors, this is our first real look at the intended outcome of Toyworld's Dinobot project, and it certainly is something! We'll have to wait to see if other angles change the perception, but at the moment it's very much living up to the legacy of Dinobot combiners. To see it for yourself, click through and check out the full image.

Generation Toy has added a new post on their Weibo page showing off what seems to be finalized deco copies of their first two Gravity Builder figures. Seen recently as color testshots, the figures now have a much more complete finish with necessary paint detail added. The text of the post also suggests GT-1A might have been renamed from "Scraper" to the less-obvious "Forklift Truck", though machine translation is hardly the most reliable source for this. Click through to have a look at all the new photos!

Coming from Moon_Base_TF on Twitter, we have a few photos showing off a complete Optimus Maximus, notably giving us an early look at the combiner that very few have managed to assemble so far. But beyond that, it's also shown using the white hands and feet from Perfect Effect's PC-05 set, and the Menasor torso add-on from PC-04. Both things work together to make a pretty nice looking finalized combined form. We've got the shots mirrored, so keep reading and take a look!

Saurus Ryu-Oh is a six member combiner featuring transforming dinosaur-like beasts. Dinoni transforms from robot to flying beast and back and also forms the right arm of the Ryu-Oh combiner robot. These figures are slated for release in September 2015. Order now at bigbadtoystore.com

Saurus Ryu-Oh is a six member combiner featuring transforming dinosaur-like beasts. Dinoichi transforms from robot to beast and back and also forms the upper torso of the Ryu-Oh combiner robot. These figures are slated for release in September 2015. Order now at bigbadtoystore.com

Figures in the Function X lineup feature unique transformations and full articulation. Function X-10 Browning II transforms from tactical helicopter to robot and back and stands approximately 5 inches tall in robot mode. This ultra-smart robot always has a plan for outwitting and defeating the bad guys. Order now at bigbadtoystore.com

Figures in the Function X lineup feature unique transformations and full articulation. Function X-08 Crox transforms from crocodile to robot and back and stands approximately 6 inches tall in robot mode. Watch out because this bad guy is ready to chomp his enemies into submission with his impressive jaws! Order now at bigbadtoystore.com

Third party Transformers news for the week ending August 22nd, 2015. Includes the latest news from Boldforms, Combtoys, DX9 Toys, EchoTF, FansProject, GCreation, Gigapower, Keith's Fantasy Club, Maketoys, Play With This Too, Spark Toys, Toyworld Transformission, Warbotron, Weaponeers of Monkaa and X-Transbots. Screen shot this week is the police robot Elle from the 1978 film Star Crash.

Last night on the TFYLP podcast, Play With This Too premiered the new, redesigned version of Wastelander! Sporting a variety of swappable heads and hands, Wastelander also has a combining sword and gun and more! With their "Remix" Kickstarter due to begin in September, we can expect more images and designs on the way from PWTT - and we're rooting for them to make their funding. Read on for a better look at Wastelander!

Ditka stands 24CM/9.5 inches tall and contains die-cast parts! Transforms from robot to Mig-25 jet fighter and Mitsubishi 74 type Tank. Readers may notice this MP scaled figure is a resemblance to the triple changer Blitzwing. Judging from the teaser illustration. This is going to be highly detailed. The figure is listed to begin shipping November of 2015.

This week on Radio Free Cybertron: Two Third Party MP-scale NOT Galvatrons announced this week, new photos of the upcoming Transformers Legends femmebots, we commemorate the first Transformers toy print advertisement, talk Transformers' appearance in Splatoon! and more! All this and more on RFC 431!

Following the relatively simplistic PC-03 Superion upgrade, wotafu on Youtube has posted a video looking at the upgrade for Menasor, which is surprisingly more complex than it ever looked prior to release. While not the most elegant solution, it impressively avoids primary partsforming between each mode of the Motormaster toy. The upgrade reinforces a popular fanmode for Menasor, though it may not work quite right without giving Menasor ankle tilts via separate upgrade parts. Click through and check out the video!

Just now starting to be released, we've got video coverage of Perfect Effect's Perfect Combiner series upgrade kit for Superion from Japanese Youtube reviewer wotafu. While all the dialogue is in Japanese, the video very clearly shows how the new parts work, including installation of the replacement head. It also reveals that the chest panel adds a little bit more than s small change of visual style as it originally appeared. Click through to have a look at the embedded video!

Benscollectables on Youtube has uploaded a lengthy video for Leonidas from Perfect Effect, their interpretation of Lio Convoy as the Zoids Liger Zero. This figure was first teased quite a long while back, and is finally getting in collector hands. In the video Ben goes over the robot in great detail including articulation and accessories, as well as going step by step through the surprisingly low-complexity (for Perfect Effect) transformation. We've got the video embedded in the full post, so click through and spend half an hour checking out this figure!

From Warbotron we have a few photos showing a testshot phase copy of the Grimlock figure that will be released in association with their take on the Technobots. To be presented as a model kit, much like the Shockwave for Warbotron's Bruticus-analogue, the final colors will surely be more consistent with Grimlock's normal colors, though this testshot's purple and greens are hardly unattractive! Click through to see all the photos.

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