On Facebook, Robotkingdom has posted some photos showing the packaging for Masterpiece MP-32 Optimus Primal. Due to be released at the end of the week, we get a first look at the final retail packaging, plus something extra. The Asia release is coming with the toy-originated skull mace as a bonus, and it has some great packaging of its own, designed to look like a crate of bananas. Of course inside there are no bananas, and the tray the mace sits in simply looks like cracked stone. But it's a nice stylistic touch just the same. Keep reading to see!
Via Facebook, from a currently unidentified source, we have higher resolution and better quality images from the magazine pages that revealed MP-36 Megatron. Notably we have a good look at the accessory array, which contains among other things a Key To Vector Sigma, the helmet used to control the Optimus Prime clone in "A Prime Problem", the gun and beam sabre from the movie, and several option parts. Small insets demonstrate attack modes with the gun mode add-ons, as well. Keep reading to see it all!
TFW2005 member oku
has shared magazine... well, photos! Definitely not scans - of a hobby magazine set to reveal the previously-leaked Masterpiece Megatron
as MP-36! It looks a fair bit better than the previous MP Megatron, and comes with some interesting accessories, including Transformers: The Movie
battle-damaged chestplate and helmet! Keep reading to see the photos!
While we learned about this accessory back in May,
thanks to Hobbybase we now have full, non-silhouette photos of the diecast Megatron gun included with the reissue of MP29 Shockwave. And it looks nice! This will be the bonus item shipped out with the figure for the Hasbro Asia release, so if you have a retailer of choice in non-Japanese Asian territories, you may want to see about a preorder. Keep reading for photos!
Site sponsor RobotKingdom has posted a new gallery of images of the upcoming Masterpiece Shattered Glass Optimus Prime! The Autobot leader's mirror universe counterpart will be released in Asia in November, and this is our first look at the package art by More Than Meets The Eye
artist Alex Milne with colors by Sara Pitre-Durocher (Till All Are One
)! Keep reading to see the photos!