Since appearing out of the blue during TFCon Chicago, Toyworld's Grant, a downscaled, improved take on Grand Maximus has attracted a lot of attention. T2RX6 has posted the first video review of this figure to Youtube in order to answer a lot of curiosity for those who weren't at TFCon to see one of these personally. Showing a range of size comparisons and testing cross compatibility with other Headmaster heads, the video covers just about all the bases for this mystery figure. Click through to check out the embedded video review!
The second figure for the Ordin combiner is now revealed – O-02 Alberich! Forming the right arm of Ordin. Alberich combines with the other 4 figures (sold separately) to form the Mighty Ordin who will stand approximately 37CM/15" tall and is roughly the same size as MMC's Feral Cons. The figure is now up for $94.95 each at TFSource. Pre-order the figures now at the following page Unique Toys - Ordin - O-02 Alberich
Play With This Too has posted full design art for Bloodbath, a figure made in the likeness of Bomb Burst's Pretender shell with a small accessory figure based on the inner robot design which becomes weapons and other equipment for the main figure. Bloodbath is noted to be a remold of Desolataur, a previously revealed design taken from Pretender Skullgrin. Click through and check out the deco model and design line art!
Various sites have reported on a few upcoming small-scale third party sets that will go perfectly with your Legends and Cyberverse figures, or even your Titan Metroplex! DX9 has shown an image of three new War In Pocket figures: X-04 homages Scourge, X-06 Galvatron, and X-07 Cyclonus. On the other end of the G1 animated series, a new group by the name of Vector Sigma is showing off non-transforming Cyberverse-scaled vehicles from More Than Meets The Eye, Part 1
- including Bumblebee, Wheeljack, and the infamous Tetrajet forms of the Seekers. More info as we get it, but for now keep reading for the mirrored images!
DX9 D05 Chigurh stands 24cm / 9.6" tall in robot mode and converts from space shuttle to train to robot. No parts need to be detached to convert it from mode to mode. This figure contains die-cast metal parts, the waist is twistable and the wheels rotate. Train mode is 22cm / 8.8" long.
Shuttle mode is 20cm / 8" long. Read on to see the images of this homage to the G1 Japan Astrotrain. You can pre-order the figure now at bigbadtoystore.com