The "TF Factory" Weibo account has posted some new material today, like the Trypticon box image we showed you earlier
. But there's something even better to share now: The prototype models for Titan Class Trypticon. These have been displayed in a very limited fashion at events like Toy Fair, though we're not sure if photos of them have gotten out before now. The nature of both of these has been described previously, which is good, since one of them especially might be a bit of a head-scratcher otherwise. Keep reading to see them and learn more!
From Weibo with thanks to Unicron.com for bringing it to our attention, we have a photo of Titans Return Trypticon's box! User '淘宝店变形金刚改造工厂' has posted what we believe to be the first image of the Titan Class figure's final package design. If samples (or possibly "samples") are beginning to make their way to Asia, hopefully this means that we'll have an opportunity to get our hands on the giant figure in the next few months. Keep reading to see the image!
Following up on the pictures of Blitzwing and Ramhorn from earlier today, we now have some good looks at Octone, the latest renaming of Octane, previously known as Tankor. Ghani Madueno and Patrick Leonard Mayo have both shared nice photos of this brand new toy in the Cybertron Philippines Facebook group, giving an all-important overview of the remodeled jet mode, a close up of the new robot face, and a group shot of the three Decepticon Triplechangers all together in one scale finally. The photos are mirrored below, so go have a look!
Xavier Basa was lucky enough to have been able to pick up the new Generations toys offered at the The Last Knight launch event in the Philippines, and he's shared some out of package photos of two of them so far on Twitter, and Talk Transformers on Facebook: Voyager Blitzwing, and Titan Master Ramhorn. Both are reused molds, Blitzwing sharing with Megatron, and Ramhorn being a retool of Shuffler from wave 4. Each mode of both toys is shown, plus Ramhorn's head mode on Leo Prime, and a side by side shot of Blitzwing with Astrotrain. We've mirrored the photos, keep reading to see them all!
With Titans Return Wave 4 just beginning to filter through to US retailers, it's probably not the best time for another wave of figures to begin appearing elsewhere in the world. Well, too bad,
because Blitzwing and Octone were spotted at a Transformers: The Last Knight
event in Manila by Twitter user @neurowing along with Titan Master Ramhorn! Keep reading to see the photos.
If like many others you were baffled, alarmed, and/or disappointed by the initial reveal of TakaraTomy's Legends Series Kup and its decidedly unsaturated grey deco, it looks like there's nothing more to worry about. New updated photos have been added to the TakaraTomy Mall listing for the figure, clearly showing now that Kup will have a still slightly muted teal coloration far more in line with the general cartoon look of the character. These new photos also give some new angles, helping to show off the new molding better, including the new face. Keep reading to see the fresh batch of pictures!
Anh Vo, by way of Autobase Aichi, has posted some images of the latest release of Cyber Commander Optimus Prime! As with the Cyber Battalion series, these are larger transforming figures with fewer moving parts, largely intended for overseas markets. But to our surprise, the packaging revision we learned about last month came with some deco changes as well. Keep reading to see!
Transformers Generations Titans Return Leader Class figures are large-scale figures featuring advanced conversion and incredible detail. Each comes with a Titan Master figure. The Titan Master figure becomes the head of the Leader Class figure and works with Deluxe Class, Voyager Class, and Leader Class Titans Return figures (each sold separately).
Via Weibo (by way of Autobase Aichi for those of us without Weibo accounts), we now have a small, low-res look at the boxart for Titans Return Trypticon! It's a pretty nice shot of the dinosaur city rampaging across Cybertron, with what appears to be Galvatron and Sixshot behind him. Hopefully we'll get a proper debut of this artwork soon, but until then keep reading for a sneak preview! UPDATE:
The image of Trypticon's special trading card is now available as well!
We've just gotten word the Titans Return Voyager class Broadside is en route to TFSource's warehouse and due instock next week! They will have limited amount of stock available so get your orders in ASAP. Check out the official images and pre-orders details.
Autobase Aichi has shared - presumably once again by way of Vincent Chen - in-hand photos of Cyber Battalion Jetfire! Out of package it's a fair bit easier to tell that it's based on the Cyber Battalion Starscream figure, but it's still pretty nice! Also in the photo set are pictures of Cyber Commander Optimus Prime and Bumblebee in the current packaging style. Keep reading to see!
The TakaraTomyToys Twitter account has shared a couple new photos of Titan Class Trypticon - or Dinosaurer in this case? - not exactly in hand, but certainly on desk
. The tweet notes of course the release timeframe and price, as well as remarking how it's hard to work with a Trypticon on one's desk. We get a nice angle on Trypticon in the first photo, and second shows its dexterity a bit, as it holds on to a 10 Yen coin with one of its hands. We've mirrored both, so click through and have a look!
Lamont Howard has been busy grabbing some initial photos of the Chaos on Velocitron series pack - the "Speed Set" launching the Titans Return run of multipacks that replace the Combiner Wars sets from 2016. Closeups on the Titan Masters (who all seem to go unnamed themselves) plus robot and alt mode looks at the included figures, plus a shot at the big bio and tech spec sheet all await in the gallery of pictures we have mirrored below. Check it out now!
By way of Autobase Aichi, a fan by the name of Vincent Chen has made it known that the oddball Generations Cyber Battalion line has gotten a second wave! In this wave, we've got large, simplified figures of Prowl and Jetfire. These figures are generally not available in the US - with the exception of some Universal Studios exclusives, so good luck if you want either of these. Keep reading to see the image!
Okay, so it's been a quieter day for leaks than what the last few have provided. On today's serving we get an image of the instructions for Nautica - a decent followup to the official
new in hand photos posted yesterday on Hasbro Pulse. Of course this use of the mold transforms no differently than Blurr, despite the few new parts to recharacterize the vehicle mode. But it does offer something of an additional look at the toy upcoming in the Chaos on Velocitron set. Click through to take a look!
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