Brawn has needed a good update pretty much forever. And the good news? He's got a really great toy here with the best weapon mode the Titan Master vehicles have yet produced. However, it's definitely not the proper update you probably hoped for. It could be the start
of one, though - all you have to do is pick a body for him. Click here to see the gallery for Brawn!
Hisashi Yuki has turned to GDO Brawl for help in making a difficult announcement: his Twitter account will no longer spotlight upcoming TakaraTomy Transformers products. As best we can understand, this appears to have been an official business decision and not Yuki's own choice. Keep reading for our interpretations of the mechanical translations of Yuki's Tweets.
Shared by Low Ghim Joo on Planet Iacon, we have some up close looks at the Hasbro Asia exclusive accessory that'll be coming with the reissued MP Ironhide. The drill, from More Than Meets The Eye, Part 3, is only going to be offered through the Hasbro Asia reissue, and will be presented in its own special packaging as seen in these photos. Being a piece of die-cast metal, it may be a better display piece in its neat briefcase packaging than as an actual accessory for the figure! The photos are mirrored below, so click through and see!
Apeface is a Titan Master with a few minor weaknesses... when taken as just another Titan Master set. But taken as a World's Smallest Transformers
Apeface, he's pretty great. Plus all three of his Titan Master vehicle's modes - gorilla, jet, laser crossbow gun thing - are at least decent. So he's definitely worth your five bucks! Click here to see the image gallery for Apeface!
We've got an early look at Masterpiece Thrust, the second exclusive "conehead" type Seeker retooled off the revised Starscream body. The quick gallery shows the figure in both modes from various angles, along with some specific highlights of the design details. P,us we get to see a couple of side by sides with the previously released Ramjet. Thrust is not due to ship out until October 29th in Japan. Southeast Asia might see it a bit earlier, though certainly not early enough to account for this sample! Keep reading for mirrored photos.
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
we forgot to mention that this is, of course, a "Digibash" - a digital coloring job - but it's quite a nice one! The TFmizer Facebook page has posted a new image of the mystery "MP" Megatron that appeared last week, except now in color! It certainly looks as though it could be official judging from the style and quality, but until we have confirmation from a TakaraTomy source we are withholding a definitive confirmation here. Keep reading to see the image!
Thanks to Ozformers forums member griffin,
we now know that the second wave of Mini-Con Weaponizers - Windstrike, Dragonus, Sawtooth, and Lancelon - have appeared at retail for the first time in an Australian Target. They're running $8 AUD, which converts to roughly $6 USD - pretty close to US retail for once. Keep reading for the photo and confirmation!
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
Twitter user Steve Mason has shared some interesting news from the Transformers Last Knight set that is filming currently in London, UK.
The image gives us a look at a new red vehicle identified as a McLaren Sports Series 570GT. The red coloring of the vehicle hints at Dino Mirage and Stinger characters from the previous film, 'Transformers: Age of Extinction.' Surely, it won't be long before we know who this is.
Read on to see the image below for the full look at the possible new Transformer.
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We've finally got a clear look at the color stock images for Legends series Astrotrain. Originally presented in the infamous "DO NOT COPY" stage that most of these things start out on, it took a few days but we're now able to get a good look at the figure. The broad strokes of the deco remain as they appeared, but now we can see that a lot more small detail is going in to this versus the Hasbro release. Not the least of which is coloring in windows in both vehicle modes. We have the pictures from TakaraTomy Mall in the gallery below - click through to see!
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