From the Furyu Prize Blog by way of Autobase Aichi, we have new photos of the "Real Figure" Bumblebee statue that will presumably be available through certain high-end Japanese crane games and similer test-of-skill/wallet machines. It's a pretty detailed look at Bumblebee's onscreen model from Age of Extinction! Autobase Aichi reports that the previously-announced Optimus Prime has not been shown lately, but since it was based on an early design it may be up for last-minute retooling. Keep reading to see the photos!
Singapore superfan group Planet Iacon has posted images of TakaraTomy's upcoming Transformers 4 Lost Age (of Extinction) figure, Advanced Series AD31 Ultimate Power Optimus Prime. Specifically, the... slightly unsettling face-swapping gimmick that lets this heavily-retooled version of Generations Leader Class Optimus Prime to swap between masked and unmasked looks. It's a bit creepy and uncomfortable looking- but as much damage as that bot has done to other
robots' faces that's probably the least he deserves. Keep reading to see!
Thanks to BBTS who just let us know they have two new box sets listed for pre-order. First up is the Emergency Response set featuring First Aid, Groove, and Streetsmart. The second set is the Evac Squad Set which includes Hot Spot and Blades. Each of these box sets is priced at $59.99 with shipping slated for 1st quater of 2015. Pre-order them now at bigbadtoystore.com
Read on to see the images for more details.
Autobase Aichi has posted an extensive gallery of the recent Japanese toy exhibit, Wonder Toy Town in AEON Lake Town - and there's a fair bit of interesting stuff on display. Besides large statues of G1, Animated, and Transformers Prime versions of Optimus Prime, there's also displays of some of the classic Takara toylines that led up to Transformers such as Henshin Cyborg, Microman, and of course Diaclone and Microchange. There's even a display of current and upcoming Lost Age/Age of Extinction toys! Keep reading for selected mirrored images and a link to the full gallery!
TakaraTomy's Hisashi Yuki took a break from his busy schedule of tweeting Masterpiece Star Saber pics to also give us a look at Legends Roadbuster in-package! The TakaraTomy equivalent of Generations Voyager Roadbuster, there are some subtle color layout differences on this edition of the toy as well as a slightly more vivid set of base plastic colors. Is that worth the import prices to you? Keep reading to get a better look and make up your mind!
Yup, it's that time of the week! TakaraTomy designer Hisashi Yuki has new MP-24 photos up on Twitter, showing Star Saber emulating the original toy's Fire Base Mode. In response to comments by troubled collectors upset that this mode was not included, Yuki has elected to show off just how close you can get. Keep reading for a mechanically translated tweet and photos comparing the classic and Masterpiece versions of Fire Base Mode!
Following the news of the figure Teased on the bottom of the X-Transbots Hoss toy is a better look at the alt mode for their upcoming Masterpiece sized Generation 1 Scourge homage that we now know will be named Andras.
Designed by the same team as X-Transbots Krank and Ollie, this figure will stand eye to eye with MP Starscream.
A interview with Keith from ACToys revealed a picture of a recolor/remold of their Crash Hog (not MP Wreck-Gar) done as Cy-Kill.
This figure will stand 23cm tall, so technically guys like MP Starscream, Soundwave or X-Transbots Apollyon could ride him!
Final product images of AllFun Toys Titanium Saints Alpha Trion have been posted online by the manufacturer. This figure is a Classic scale transforming Alpha Trion homage that turns into a space ship. It can be seen here compared with some other figures like MP10 Optimus Prime, KFC Transistor, X-Transbots Ollie and FansProject Car Crash.
The HeroXNet Twitter is still publishing new photos of the Generations 2014 Volume 2 premium figure, GoShooter! A recolor of Generations Nightbeat with a Mini-Con partner to represent the character's Headmaster Junior, we now have images of GoShooter's packaging as well as a new "third mode" meant to emulate the original toy's heavily-armed Attack Mode configuration. Keep reading to see!
The Chosen Prime has posted a gallery of Generations Arcee, with some guest spots from Chromia and Mastermind Creations' own take on the character, Azalea. Generations Arcee is not only looking pretty decent, but she's armed to the teeth as befits the IDW version of the character, sporting two swords and two guns. Keep reading to see the mirrored images!
Thanks to Xylac Industries's Hoi Mun, who has shared the initial designs from that Hasbro commissioned three years ago before the Age of Extinction production began. The images offer a new look at the initial views based on the original Dinobots characters. According to the Mun, these designs were made in just 2 weeks to explore some of the possible structural elements as reference for modeling and other production work. Read on to see the images and other comments from the designer.
TakaraTomy designer Hisashi Yuki has put out yet more photos of upcoming products on Twitter, this time giving us a good look at the Legends version of Tankor both in and out of package. Also, he's tweeted images of two figures in a Macross-esque, half-transformed "Gerwalk" mode. One is Brainstorm, who does a pretty good approximation of the mode as a space jet... and the other is Roadbuster, who is kind of not a jet at all. Keep reading to see how that works!
Celebrating 600 likes on Facebook, Play With This Too posted images of Desolataur's Tech Drone, called D-Mon, and his weapon. Read on to see the 3D design images of the figures now.
HeroXNet on Twitter has shared some new images of Generations 2014 Volume 2 mailaway figure GoShooter, and his Mini-Con partner Shuta Go. Goshooter is an attractive, heavily-decorated recolor of the Generations Nightbeat figure, itself the Bumblebee/Goldfire mold with a new head. Shuta Go is a recolor of Generations Legends
Bumblebee's Mini-Con partner Blazemaster. Goshooter will soon be joining the ranks of Million Publishing's exclusives of Japanese Transformers characters such as Stepper and Artfire -until then, keep reading to see the photos!
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