Finally tonight is a look at Scourge from TakaraTomy's Legends line. While not as huge a difference as Blurr from its Hasbro counterpart, Scourge gains some much needed color and contrast variation. Once again Twitter users Alfes2010 and tagoal have provided some nice looks at this figure that do a good job highlighting its strengths versus the Titans Return release. And of course, we get to see the intentional but largely undocumented vehicle variation with the Titan Master attached to the main pylon. Keep reading to see the mirrored photos!
Next in our roundup of TakaraTomy Legends series figures for this month is Blurr. The Japanese release of this figure has been highly anticipated - and quickly presold out basically everywhere - due to its drastic deco differences from the Hasbro release. The photos from Alfes2010 and tagoal on Twitter show that it's turned out just as well as the publicity photos showed. There's even a side by side comparison included to demonstrate just how much has changed between releases. See that and more in the mirrored gallery below!
It's new toy day in Japan! We've got out of package shots from Twitter of this month's new Legends series releases thanks to users Alfes2010 and Tagoal. First up is TakaraTomy's use of the Legends-class Shockwave mold, paired with Cancer - that is, Titan Master Crashbash. Both are redecoed versus their original Hasbro releases to varying extents. Despite promotional images showing an improvised "seat" for Cancer, the two don't really interact. We've got photos mirrored below, so check them out now!
TakaraTomy's version of Titans Return Fortress Maximus is coming in late September, and this month Figure King devotes a great deal of its Transformers pages to showcasing the toy. Most of the images are various stock photos seen before, but it does include some new shots of the toy's base mode, and connected with the (yet upcoming) Legends Series Blaster. Also seen is a small section with other Legends releases like Brainstorm and Soundwave, plus Transformers Adventure, and nice shots of Masterpiece Cheetor! Plus some new Diaclone goods as well! Keep reading to see the pages.
While no one will be surprised to see it, we have some nice new photos of Legends series Fortress Maximus showing off its Master Sword accessory. Though debuting first in the SDCC exclusive special release of Fortress Maximus, and a promotional giveaway in Hasbro's Asian markets, the sword is a focal accessory for the TakaraTomy release, tying to the original toy as released in Japan and portrayed in The Headmasters
. LG-31 Fortress Maximus will be released near the end of September at a price of 25,000 Yen. Keep reading to see all the photos from Dengeki Hobby!