From guanchengphoto on Weibo we have some very nice photos of a color product sample for DX9's Leah, the Arcee-derived figure in their War in Pocket Legends-scale figure line. The photos demonstrate the figure's great degree of poseability (no doubt helped by its small display stand) as well as how it transforms in to a surprisingly solid looking vehicle form! We have the photos mirrored, so keep reading and have a look.
We reported a while back on a project from Dr Wu, creating further Insecticons at the Legends Targetmaster partner scale to join your tiny Chop Shop. We now have what look to be early, 3D printed prototypes of these mini-figures, showing off their individual modes plus their capacity to be used as weapons by larger figures, though "weapon" and "mode" apply only in very loose degrees in each case. You can keep reading to check out all the photos.
We have some new pictures tonight showing another in the long line of uncolored third party test shots. These images, said to be from Toyworld, show a Masterpiece scale figure based on Springer. This carries on the current trend of new unofficial renditions of the triplechangers in general, which is at least something of a break from, say, Devastators. This Springer-alike is only seen as a robot, but we do get a comparison next to MP Bumblebee so you can see it's ready to stand tall among the real Masterpieces. Click through to see for yourself!
SteelPestsTeam SPT01 Steel Bug stands 6” tall and transforms into a battle tank. He is armed with two blasters and a shovel. This item is priced at $54.99 USD.
This is a different kind of offering from the usual Third Party fare with a somewhat humorous slant on the Transformers robots. The Steel Bug figure design is lots of fun with an engaging SD style robot sculpt, loads of weapons and a tough little tank mode.
Generation-Toy has posted new photos to Weibo! Showing off their upcoming unofficial Jazz figure, the figure's name is given as... GT-4 Jazz. That's unusual! The figure is an interesting color scheme, with a grayish silver that calls back to Jazz's movie incarnation and blue parts where his robot mode was traditionally black, which could be a callback to Marvel Comics or Fall of Cybertron
- or both! Keep reading to see the photos!