On Facebook, Benscollectables has shared a small album of photos showing color samples of Toyworld's effort at Masterpiece-esque 1985 Seekers. The unofficial versions of Ramjet, Thrust, and Dirge look well designed to fit in with the likes of official MP Starscream and friends, while making sure the figures are suited to depict the characters. These are likely to fall under a lot of consideration as an alternative for the TakaraTomy conehead releases, already underway as a series of exclusives. Keep reading to see the whole batch!
FT-19 Apache is a triple changing robot that stands 9.60 inches tall in robot mode. His two alternate modes are a helicopter and an armored vehicle. Fans may recognize this figure as another unofficial version of the Springer character. Fans Toys FT-19 Apache features several die-cast parts and comes armed with a blaster rifle and sword. This item is priced at $139.99 on pre-order to ship some time in June 2017. Order now at bigbadtoystore.com
Iron Factory has posted a new round of photos to their Weibo page of Lord Scorpion. The Legends-compatible(ish) sized take on Scorponok is shown in a great number of poses, demonstrating the figure's flexibility. The text of the post makes reference to a height of 16cm (just over 6 inches) and says that the bulk of the robot is expected to give it a feeling of greater largeness, seemingly acknowledging concerns about the actual height of the robot mode. Lord Scorpion's release has been pushed back a couple times, but hopefully a new batch of photos means we're getting close! Keep reading to take a look.
Get a Grip with these new upgrades from DNA Design. Who have announced new two upgrades for two of the biggest transforming figures. The kits contain a pair of fully articulated hands and other goodies to upgrade your Transformers Generations Fort Max and Metroplex toys. Read on to see the images and more details.