Hisashi Yuki either wants us to die of longing before March comes around, or is trying to make us sick of Star Saber first. The barrage of photos continues, but even for as many shots of the figure standing in place as come through, I can't help but enjoy seeing them. Though the images we're seeing currently reflect a hand painted sample, being a Masterpiece toy we should expect the final production version to look just as good! For your next regular dose of Star Saber, keep reading!
That was fast, huh? YouTuber OptimusPrimeSG has posted a review of MP-20 Wheeljack, Like the other Autobot Car Masterpieces, Wheeljack does a really solid job of turning a real car into a likeness of the animation model, and seems to have really great articulation at that. Keep reading to see the review!
If, amid all the front side shots of MP-24 Star Saber you've wondered what might be happening on the far side, let it trouble you no more! Hisashi Yuki has set out yet again to make the time between now and March 2015 seem to drag out even farther with the latest teaser pic, now showing off the super robot mode's backside. Well, it's all in the name of science! Check out the full size rear view of Star Saber below!
Weibo user ZEUX1S has posted an image of MP-20 Wheeljack demonstrating the removeable helmet and the face
underneath. Like the deeply disturbing facial details on MP-1 Optimus Prime, this is a neat little easter egg that apparently has no real purpose except being a nifty surprise and an impressive attention to detail. Keep reading to see the images!
TakaraTomy is quite obviously proud of all the work they've put into Masterpiece Star Saber, because they keep posting new images of all the things it can do. Today's tweet from the official Transformers Japan Twitter shows off all the permutations of Star Saber's iconic sword, which comes with both long and short handles and a detachable blade that stores in the V-Star, Saber's booster/upgrade armor. Keep reading to see all the photos!