Hasbro has released the official product images for the new figures revealed at Cybertron Con in Shanghai. The new stock renders give several angles on Hot Rod and Optimus Prime, plus a run through of Sixshot's various forms and a good look at its Titan Master in both modes, revealing the headband emblem style sculpt work. He's a ninja, you know! We also get to see an image set for the Platinum Edition rerelease of Unicron, expected toward the end of this year. Keep reading to see it all!
52Toys has updated once more with display case photos from Cybertron Con, so we have a look at the physical samples for Leader Class Six Shot. Right now it seems like the slides in the presentation may have been slightly off, as they showed one alternate mode twice, so it;s unclear if there are five alternate modes or six in addition to the robot. But either way, this is looking mighty nice! Keep reading for the pictures and the original article text from the panel reveal!
with display case photos! On display in the showroom now are all of the new reveals from the presentation, showing excellent look at Hot Rod, as well as the first reveals of Famgry's Titan Master "vehicle" which like Apeface takes strongly after the original toy. Also on hand is Titan Master Ptero's pteranodon robot vehicle, Kickback, and Voyager Optimus. Plus we have slides showing the Platinum Rise of Rodimus set. Click through to see all the photos!
52Toys is covering Cybertron Con 2016 happening right now in Shanghai, and the first piece of info to come out of a product preview is the reveal of new Titan Master Ptero. Just like Clobber, this is based on a Dinobot - Swoop, obviously - but with a bit of a rename to prevent identity confusion. Or maybe cause a little bit. We'll be watching for more info and pictures coming out, so stay with us for ongoing updates. Keep reading to see the full size photo!
Blacklai from the TFND forums has posted a new batch of photos today, giving us a good look at Combiner Wars Computron. Showing in detail the new mold combiner feet and (non-articulated) hands, plus doing a nice overview of each of the individual figures before going to Computron itself, this offers an excellent chance to see what this boxset has to offer and maybe help decide whether this version or the very different Unite Warriors one is right for you. We've mirrored a number of the photos, so keep reading and check them out!