IGear Toys New MiniWarriors Cogz Bushwacker and Duneraker Protoype Images
Jack - Tuesday, November 13, 2012
IGear Toys have updated their page with new prototype images for the Cogz NOT Gears, Bushwacker NOT Outback and Duneraker NOT Beachcomber action figures. The next three toys in their MiniWarriors are shown unpainted in their robot and alternate modes as well as a look at their official promo rendering shot of the final toy. Check out all the images below for the full reveal.
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It's "too expensive" to do a wide release of that mold again because of the recent downsizing in the main lines. Maybe we'll see it if they do another GDO set, however that is highly unlikely. Personally I've been trying to find someone to at least do a Shapeways version of Ta... read more
t'd be nice if they did a Tailgate but all Hasbro or Takara has to do is repaint the RtS Windcharger and give it a new head. Although we know that is just to common sense for them to do.
So no proto of Veer(Swerve) yet? Then again Veer is a retool of Cogs so I can understand him not showing up just yet
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Magic Square is rolling out many new G1 inspired legends scaled figures that transform from robot to crane/hauler truck and back. Fans of the original series can see the new designs with extra details and articulation that will begin shipping March 2018. Read on to see the full list, prices, preview images and link to pre-orders.
Mastermind Creations have released details and images on their R-31 Ater Beta and R-32 Stray action figure releases. A look at both figures in their robot and alternate modes along with details on the weapons and other features with links to the pre-orders, after the jump.
Fans Toys has put out some teaser images for their FT-30, which will be a new take on a large-scale Superion combiner, starting with FT-30A, their (as yet name-unrevealed) unofficial Silverbolt. The other Aerialbots are represented in the defocused background for proof of concept, but what we get to see is an overview of the core robot in both modes, and at this stage the design looks pretty nice with a strong following to the animation. Not too much detail can be pulled from this quite yet, but it looks like we'll have another project to keep watch on for a while. Click through to see all the images mirrored from Fans Toys' Weibo.
This week on Radio Free Cybertron: It's November and the holidays are on the way! We start off the show with two ways that you can help kids in need! Please consider this year's Extra Life videogame stream and/or our annual toy drive--this year dubbed "The Last Knight Before Christmas!" We share details! Also on the show Fansproject is seemingly back from the brink with the missing Dinobot from their Lost Exo Realm line! Plus we have details on HASCON 2019 (yes, 2019), hands on details with new Takara Tomy Legends toys and way more on this week's Radio Free Cybertron!