The Facebook page for The Chosen Prime has posted a nice gallery of images showing Badcube's upcoming Speedbump. The figure based on Trailbreaker can be seen in both modes in comparison with official Masterpiece products to represent its scale, as well as demonstrating its flexibility in robot mode and showing off some of its detail. Speedbump is only one of a group of unofficial Trailbreakers getting ready to compete for access to your wallet, you can click through to check out the mirrored photos and see if it might be the right one for you.
Norimune and Muramasa make up the duo Twin Edge Blade. Each figure stands about 4 inches in robot mode and both transform into space shuttle vehicles. Norimune comes armed with a pair of large blasters while Muramasa prefers his sword and two short blades. This set is priced at $69.99 USD with a release time of October 2016. Pre-order now at bigbadtoystore.com
Iron Factory has released new color images of their upcoming two pack of Legends scale figure, Norimune and Muramasa, based on Drift and his earlier identity of Deadlock. The two figures share a fair number of parts, and of course demonstrate the high poseability typical of these figures. The Weibo post featuring the pictures seems to suggest a release around October, though as yet no pricing information has been made know. Keep reading to check it out!
U.Nem Studios has done more coverage from the Singapore Toy, Game, and Comic Convention, bringing us looks at unofficial goods now from Fansproject, including their large series of unofficial Dinobot figures, as well as Maketoys, who are proudly showing off Devil Stinger, the anticipated reuse of the Pandinus mold. Also seen from Maketoys were Contact Shot, Striker Manus, and two flavors of Despotron, plus a fair bit more! All the pictures are mirrored in the gallery below, so keep reading to see them all!
Thanks to U.Nem Studios on Facebook we have some great photos from the third party group displays at Singapore Toy, Game, and Comic Convention. Mastermind Creations had a lot to show, covering both their Reformatted line, as well as their ever growing range of Masterpiece-style figures. Get good looks at the exclusive "nemesis" colors exclusive version of Seraphicus, Kultur/not-Tarn, the mold-sharing Obsidian and Whirl-alikes, MP-style Artfire, and more! Click through to see the gallery.
Speedoo, Guartinel, and Medilance each stand 4 inches tall in robot mode and transform into a space craft, van, and ambulance. This is a set of repaints of previously released figures. Fans will notice these guys are mini-bot versions of Blur, Ironhide and Ratchet. This set is priced at $59.99 USD with a ship date of September 2016. Pre-order them now at bigbadtoystore.com
This week on Radio Free Cybertron: We catch up on the last two episodes of Transformers Combiner Wars, discuss the newest Masterpiece reveal, Grapple! We are also deluged with several third party reveals, new images from upcoming Takara Legends Headmasters and we take a moment to observe the 15th anniversary of Robots in Disguise. All that and more on this week's Radio Free Cybertron!
With the recent teaser reveal of their figure they call Simba, KFC has quickly followed up with something a bit more substantial. The figure, a take on Victory Leo, is designed to dock with the official Masterpiece Star Saber to form Victory Saber, and the latest released photos show just that interaction! Doing the anticipated job of becoming backpack and shoes for Star Saber, the resulting outcome is just as you'd expect. As a bonus, there's also a shot of the two connected in vehicle mode as well. Keep reading to see them all!
Photographer Alucardlee has posted on Weibo with an extensive gallery of a production sample piece for Iron Factory's EX-14 figure. The seemingly still unnamed Legends-scale figure is based both on God Ginrai/Apex Armor Optimus Prime in its fully assembled state, as well as The War Within Optimus Prime in the unarmored robot form and vehicle mode. It's quite a range it covers, but the fusion of designs seems to have succeeded if these photos are any indication! Click through to go to the gallery.
Having flown a bit under the radar until now, newcomer third party group Toy Base revealed as far back as July their full color prototype for a Masterpiece-style take on Overlord. Called DoubleEvil, it's shown standing eye to eye with Masterpiece Star Saber. Displayed with dual Powermasters, as well as shown split in its two vehicle forms, it seems to check most of the boxes, with exception of any evident base mode. With both an evident Hasbro Generations version and another unofficial one from a prominent group coming, will the Overlord market be big enough to support all these different takes? Keep reading to see the photos!
Coming from the Facebook page of a group identifying as Toy Base, we have news and images of their upcoming product line of Masterpiece-scale figures. The figure currently designated as "G2" is a take on Generation 2's Laser Optimus Prime, with a height about equal to MP-10 Optimus. And it's no surprise that the reuse for this mold is Scourge, from 2001's Robots in Disguise, codenamed "Archenemy". Archenemy seems to be first on the schedule though, with the page stating a planned release window of November 2016. We have the pictures mirrored, so click through and take a look!
Unique Toys has just recently had their entry in to the small scale of unofficial transforming figures launch with Tom & Jerry - their takes on Weirdwolf and Chromedome. So building on that they've just revealed the next pair in the series, based on Hardhead and Skullcruncher! They're seen only as grey prototypes at the moment and look very early in design, but show the same aesthetic direction that Tom & Jerry started. No codenames are noted, but I'm personally hoping for Sylvester & Tweety to keep the theme going. Click through for pictures!
We showed you earlier this weekend some teaser images for BadCube's upcoming Masterpiece-style figures based on Trailbreaker and Hoist, Speedbump and Lorry. Those were just a couple quick shots each, but now we have a wealth of new photos showing full color production samples of the two figures. The specific styling is of course very subjective, but features like a tow rig that can attach at the least a Masterpiece Datsun should offer that extra little something everyone can appreciate. We've mirrored all the new photos, so keep reading to take a look!