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DX9 Toys shared a gallery for a prototype of Gabriel, their answer to an unofficial Masterpiece-scaled Omega Supreme. The initial release that preceded this gave a description of the height, but these photos actually show the robot standing among official Masterpieces, including MP-10 Optimus, giving a very clear sense of just how big this figure is. We also get an all-important first look at its articulation and ability to pose, plus some extra details of the alternate mode elements. All of that is mirrored below, click through and see it now!




Teased recently, Core Magnus has now been fully unveiled by Perfect Effect on their Facebook page. A recolor of their Jinrai Prime cab robot figure for Super Ginrai or Powermaster Optimus, this is the Ultra Magnus themed release to provide a transforming white truck cab robot. The only unique parts included are a replacement chest plate, and a neck joint adapter, presumably to be used with the armored Ultra Magnus head, but that function is not clear. Core Magnus is set for release in August. Click through to see the photos, mirrored below.




Perfect Effect posted to Facebook early this morning with some new photos of PC-16 - Jinrai Prime, the cab robot they've developed to upgrade Legends Super Ginrai, or just Hasbro Powermaster Optimus alongside their PC-15 kit which features the Powermaster (or Godmaster) partner and a replacement super robot mode head. These shots also reveal for the first time that there will be a redeco of Jinrai Prime in white for Combiner Wars Ultra Magnus! Finally, a silhouette teaser at the end looks to be promising an unofficial Godbomber add on for use with Powermaster Optimus Prime. Check it out in our gallery below!




Kingzilla is a triple changer transforming from robot to jet or dragon creature. Kingzilla's head can transform to a minion driver called Komodus in the jet mode and back to head for dragon and robot mode. Fans of the classic G1 toys will recognize this as an unofficial Snapdragon homage. KFC have done a great job with great looking alternate and robot modes. See the full details and images below.




Iron Factory's got a new figure to show once again, and this one is based on Shockwave. Bridge Watcher joins the rest of their small-scale figure lineup, and is shown in full color on this new promo image. It boasts multiple option hands, all cast in clear purple. We presume that it can transform with at least the default set on, but it's uncertain now whether it would be possible with any of the extras in use. It looks like a target release date for this may be June 30th, so not long to wait at all if this strikes your interests. Click through for the full size image!




The KFC - EAVI METAL Phase 9A: Kingorilla & Kongor triple changing beast features LED lights and three modes of transformation! Figure stands approximately 24CM/9.5” tall in robot mode and is approximately MP scaled.




FansToys has posted multiple new photos of Rouge, their Masterpiece-size take on G1 Arcee. The prototype looks to have undergone some minor revisions since the last time it was presented, but this is mainly a show off for various accessories, and options parts including various faces and a visor attachment as seen on the original Transformers: The Movie. One image also depicts a CG render in the planned release colors. You can find all of these photos in the gallery below!




Badcube just announced a reissue of their first release: Brawny & Backland. There will be 2nd edition packaging, updated joints and slightly different color scheme. Plus the original bonus parts will be included in the package.




U.Nem Studios on Facebook has done a very nice gallery featuring Buzzard and Volture, the newest entries in the ReMix series of larger-scale cassette characters, under MMC's Ocular Max label. The unofficial Buzzsaw and Laserbeak are shown to be quite poseable, able to strike many bird postures, and with help of a stand, look quite natural in flight. You can also get a good look at them in their full-size audio cassette forms. Check out all the photos below, along with a link to view the original gallery on Facebook!




Via Instagram, Mastermind Creations has shared a pair of photos showing a full color, perhaps finalized sample of Aero Alpham their figure based on the IDW comics character Wing. Wing was a supporting character in the original Drift miniseries written by Shane McCarthy; he died to motivate Drift's character development. We don't know anything new about the release for this figure right now, but we do have a fresh robot and vehicle photo of it, which you can find in our gallery below.




We've got a few new images showing off Kingorilla, the not-Apeface coming up from KFC. This debuted at a hobby show in China not long ago, alongside a matching Snapdragon-analogue. The pictures give a fair look at each mode, but it's the couple of extra shots from KFC's Weibo page that tell the tale, as you can see the jet mode hoisted up on human hand and begin to feel a sense of scale for this figure not imparted by the isolated shots. We have all of that mirrored below, click through to have a look!




The first two figures for Unique Toys new Combiner figure Ragnaros have been announced: Archimonde and Gahz'ranka. Each figure stands about 7.50 inches tall in robot mode and transform into a tank and jeep. Each figure comes with hand held weapons that can be used in both robot and vehicle modes.




Alucardlee on Weibo shared an interesting image recently. A render of Feilong, FansHobby's unofficial MP-size Doublecross, in the colors of, and with a head based on Predacon Megatron in the Botcon 2016 "Transmetal 3" form. The associated text seems to be suggesting this will be some kind of limited edition recolor, and we don't have any details on the particulars of that, cost, or time frame as yet. But if a Masterpiece-alike Doublecross wasn't quite doing it for you, maybe this iteration will catch your interest. See the full size image below!




Made of ABS plastics and die-cast the Remix Series RMX-03 Volture AND MX-04 Buzzard Premium Edition two pack is in perfect size to fit into the Masterpiece line. In cassette mode they are 4.35” x 2.75” and when transformed into his bird modes they are 5.50” long. Each figure comes with instructions and bio card.




Via their Instagram page, Mastermind Creations have shared a few images of the next entries in the ReMix line under their Ocular Max label. Volture is a Laserbeak made to the scale of a standard audio cassette, as was the case with Jaguar, the Ravage that kicked off this series. Though it's too big to fit in even Masterpiece Soundwave's tape deck, we have a photo of Volture perched on its arm, plus a pair of shot showing interaction with real tape players - one even giving a sneak peek at Buzzard, the equivalent Buzzsaw also coming along this line. Check out the mirrored photos below!



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