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we have a look at some of the contents from the latest issue of Figure King Magazine, which has a two page feature on TakaraTomy's release of MPM-4 Optimus Prime. The North American version of the figure is already available at Toys R Us in some areas, so we're already familiar with the toy to some degree. What's important here is deco changes, though it seems that the sample photographed for the magazine may be the same unit shown at Wonderfest recently, which may have been slightly incomplete deco-wise. But we're sure to see plenty more of this before release to make sure. Click through to see the magazine photos!
TakaraTomy's website has been updated with official stock photos from today's reveals. First up is MP-40 Hot Rod, redecoed in a fairly specific variant of the character's cartoon coloring and now sporting Firebolt, in the form of the Offshoot figure that was made for the US release of MP Rodimus Prime several years ago. We've got the full standard photo range, plus a turnaround series for both the robot and vehicle mode, so we get a fairly complete look at this figure. Click through and check it out!
TFND has posted images of MP-40 Targetmaster Hot Rod with his partner Firebolt! While the handgrip is likely a new molding to accomodate the smaller scale of modern Masterpieces, the majority of Firebolt is indeed taken from the "Offshoot" mold released with Hasbro's version of MP-9 Rodimus Prime. Keep reading for photos! This is up for pre-order now at BigBadToyStore.com
Just in by way of the official Seven - Eleven (7-11) Japan page, we have a look at the Transformers Masterpiece MP-711 Character Card For Cybertron Commander-in-Chief Convoy! The exclusive repaint of the MP-10 Optimus Prime will be offered at 7-11 stores in Japan in limited quantities. Read on to get a look at the full card image after the jump.
Japanese retailer Rakuten,
by way of reliable Japanese fansite Autobase Aichi, has announced that they're expecting reissues of Masterpiece Ultra Magnus and Megatron in January! Magnus is priced in the 13,000 Yen range (US $118 by today's exchange rates) and Megatron will be 16,000 Yen (US $145). Keep reading!