Some stills have come out from a privately posted Facebook video, shared by tco that shows off the soon to be released MP-36 Megatron. This makes a great showing of the figure's poseability with what looks like truly excellent levels of articulation. Also shown off are the accessories and option parts. And we've now been able to add several images of the gun mode from the same source. It's a bit chunky looking, but less hilariously oversized than MP-05! Check it all out below!
A YouTuber by the name of machineheart88 has posted a video of MP-36 Megatron! The second Masterpiece take on the Decepticon Leader is given an overview in this short, narration-free video, and it looks quite good! And the one thing we can
hear are some nice, strong ratchets. Keep reading to see the video!
Coming from our forums over this past weekend, Kool Kollectibles on Youtube has a video out for Masterpiece Grapple. This review keeps it quick and to the point, going over the unique features and parts for the retool of Masterpiece Inferno, as well as giving a good side by side comparison of both versions of the mold to highlight the considerable degree of alterations underwent in becoming Grapple. We have the video embedded below, click through to watch!
If you were a fan of OcularMax's Backdraft figure and were hoping for the chance to get an Artfire from their Inferno mold, good news! The company has begun a crowdfunding campaign for Kojin, their Perfection Series take on Artfire. The stretch goals are rather nice too - for certain production thresholds, the price of the figure will actually be reduced for all buyers! And at the highest tier of stretch goal, each backer will receive a second Nightbeam in clear plastic. Keep reading for more details and photos!
On the RFC Reviews Youtube channel, diecast has posted a new video tonight for Masterpiece Cheetor, the second entry in TakaraTomy's Masterpiece Beast Wars line. Get a look at the features and articulation of both modes, and of course the transformation process that somehow makes the magic of mid-1990's CGI function in reality! The video is embedded below, click through now to watch!