TakaraTomy's official Twitter has uploaded another batch of photos of Masterpiece Ultra Magnus! Tonight they want to show you just what he's made of, and by that I mean how much metal is in his body. With an unpainted testshot figure showing the diecast components and a digital scale revealing its weight at just shy of a kilogram, MP Magnus is one massive figure! Click through and check out the pictures.
The TakaraTomy official Twitter account has once again brought us preview photos of the soon to be released Masterpiece Ultra Magnus. Today's series focuses on how specific portions of the toy's transformation work, one accompanied by a hand-drawn illustration to make the context a little clearer. While Magnus doesn't look like the most complicated toy, it's doing a good job of looking like a media-inspired Ultra Magnus! Keep reading to see the images.
The TakaraTomy official Twitter account has posted new images showing off the quickly upcoming Masterpiece Ultra Magnus, this time seen alongside a G1 Magnus to show both its design accuracy, and how it's advanced while keeping in the same style. Notably Masterpiece Magnus has a much darker blue than the original toy, and darker even than is typically associated with the cartoon model. But you have to admit it's quite striking looking! Click through and check out the photos.
HobbySearch has posted large, high-quality photos of MP-22! Ultra Magnus may not turn into an armored Optimus Prime clone this time but he's pretty well on model, right down to the red bumper seen in the animation. And he's in scale with MP-10, which is to say he pretty well towers over Masterpiece Optimus Prime. Keep reading to see all the photos!
Hong Kong based retailer Action Robo has posted a notice on their shop page and Facebook that the legal division for Phillip Morris USA, Inc. has contacted them and warned against filling orders for this product bound for the United States. Previously our sponsor BigBadToyStore reported a similar communication, and it seems the reach is now extending to stores elsewhere in the world. Use of trademarked designs was again cited as cause for this action. Keep reading for more information.