Generation-Toy has posted a set of photos to Weibo showing off the full set of their Guardian project - unofficial MP-size Protectobots. The team collectively falling under the GT-6 label is shown in basic shots of robot and vehicle together to give a general overview of the design style. Along with a couple of full-team shots, we do get to see the built out Guardian itself, albeit only in flat grey. Presumably colors and more individual figure detail will be forthcoming soon. You can get a look at the team in this early stage right now in the mirrored gallery just below!
Coming to use via Weibo, we have a look at another representative of the unofficial Masterpiece-style Aerialbots competition. This time from Zeta Toys we get to see some detailed looks at Silver Arrow, their Silverbolt, in prototype form. Mostly on display here is the aesthetic and detailing for the robot and jet modes, as little can be seen as far as the actual technical side of the figure as it's presented here. We have previously seen an early build of Zeta's Superion
though which paired with this might offer some clues. Check out all the mirrored images below!
Planet X has posted a detailed gallery to their Facebook page showing off Pluto, the representation of Megatron for their War For Cybertron and Fall of Cybertron inspired unofficial figure lineup. Megatron's War For Cybertron design was of course the subject of an official toy several years ago, but this looks to be digging a fair bit deeper in the source design thanks to not having to pack in to the size (or budget) of a Deluxe toy. The figure displays quite a bit of posability and is shown with the large cannon as well as a sword accessory which can attach in both modes. We've mirrored the new photos, so click through and check it out!
FansToys has shared some brand new photos of Rouge, their upcoming release based on Arcee at the Masterpiece scale. We now get to see Rouge in full color and alongside other unofficial season 3 character figures. The styling of the robot diverges in some minor respects from the media source material, but at the same time, this unofficial take on Arcee does have a structurally complete vehicle form. We've got the promo photos mirrored below, so click through and take a look!
Perfect Effect has revealed the prototype for their next Perfect Beast release. Mega Doragon is based on Transmetal 2 Megatron, reimagined in a more purpley-mechanical style than the cyborg-like original Beast Wars design. Mega Doragon is equal height to Beast Gorira, and taking the dragon wings in account, probably beats it for overall mass. We don't get a good direct look at the head, but from what's visible the face sculpt seems to capture Megatron pretty well, which will surely be an important consideration for potential buyers. We have the images mirrored below, click through and take a look!
Magic Square is rolling out many new G1 inspired legends scaled figures that transform from robot to crane/hauler truck and back. Fans of the original series can see the new designs with extra details and articulation that will begin shipping March 2018. Read on to see the full list, prices, preview images and link to pre-orders.
Mastermind Creations have released details and images on their R-31 Ater Beta and R-32 Stray action figure releases. A look at both figures in their robot and alternate modes along with details on the weapons and other features with links to the pre-orders, after the jump.
Fans Toys has put out some teaser images for their FT-30, which will be a new take on a large-scale Superion combiner, starting with FT-30A, their (as yet name-unrevealed) unofficial Silverbolt. The other Aerialbots are represented in the defocused background for proof of concept, but what we get to see is an overview of the core robot in both modes, and at this stage the design looks pretty nice with a strong following to the animation. Not too much detail can be pulled from this quite yet, but it looks like we'll have another project to keep watch on for a while. Click through to see all the images mirrored from Fans Toys' Weibo.
Dr Wu has some new upcoming products to show off via Weibo. First is ASURA, an upgrade package for Masterpiece Megatron. It consists of a sword (in one of two color styles), a mini camera mode Reflector, and a Cybertronic set of binoculars that come in one of two colorations like the sword. The HOME set is a system of interlocking base plates in the general style of the always-popular Mechanical Chain Bases, where you can make a basic environment for your toys - provided you buy enough sets. We've mirrored the pictures of both, keep reading to see!
Alien Attack Toys is currently notable for their figure Firage, based on the never-had-an-original-mold Dark of The Moon
character Dino (referred as Mirage in some materials). Now they're taking another shot at the movies and presenting El Cid, their take on Optimus Prime as he appeared in the two most recent movies. The robot is said to be a bit over 10 inches tall, and a side by side with MPM-3 Bumblebee shows the two scale with each other pretty well - though it may work just as well to fit in with normal movie toys also. We've got the photos mirrored from Weibo, click through and have a look.
It's a bit earlier than advertised, but GCreations has posted some followup photos to their Facebook page for their upcoming figure "Rebel". The Masterpiece-scale IDW-based Prowl can be seen here in several photos that focus on the poseability of the robot, as well as giving a first look at the vehicle form. It's still in unpainted testshot status, though considering Prowl's typical deco, we can probably assume these are production plastic colors at the least. You can find all of the new photos in our gallery below.
We've found some photos today of a Transformers The Last Knight Hot Rod-inspired figure, scaled to match MPM-3 Bumblebee. The images come from the Weibo account of TFEVO, a seeming newcomer to the third party game whose first figure appears to be this ...er, "Not-Rod". Referred to as Hot Fire, it does look to sport some impressive engineering in accomplishing very clean looks in both modes. We have the photos mirrored for you down below, be sure to come and give them a look!
From a post on a baidu message board, we have a photo showing a very early prototype build of Kronos. No, not the utterly disastrous Skyfire-alike from Daca Toys, but a new Kronos from Zeta Toys representing Superion. The Silverbolt component looks like a pretty early stage prototype, and the limbs are simply duplicates of the two not-Aerialbot figures Zeta has already released, so the final product will vary ...kind of a lot. This display serves to show the general outline and proportions the eventual final product should fall within, though. We have the photo mirrored, click through to see it!
Iron Factory has announced on Weibo that in 2018 they will be adding a combining Decepticon Justice Division team to their Legends-scale toyline! Given the traditional names of the stars of Ursa Major, IF EX 31-5 are referred to as the "Spirits of the D.E.C." - whether that's their combiner name or just the team's designation it's difficult to say at this point, but keep reading to have a look at all five members plus their giant Tarn combined form!
Just in time to be especially irrelevant, Fansproject has updated their Facebook page offering a look at their final Lost Exo Realm unofficial Dinobot figure. The Snarl-derived figure will complete a set that collectors have been building over the course of years now. Preorders at major retailers are said to be coming soon, but it's definitely uncertain how much market interest remains, especially with knowledge of official updated Dinobots being right around the corner. Will you pick this up? Have you given up on Fansproject? Let us know below, and keep reading to see the new photos!
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