Planet X Announce Project Genesis Transformers War for Cybertron Omega Supreme Homage
Jack - Monday, September 24, 2012
Third Party toy maker Planet X have announced plans for their new Project Genesis release that looks to be a homage to the Transformers War for Cybertron Omega Supreme character robot figure with some vague looks at a large hulking robot figure and the unmistakable 3-pronged robot claw-hand, we can see there may be more than meets the Omega Supreme coming our way soon. Read the company annoucemen and images after the jump for the full reveal. Here's the introduction from the Robotkingdom group page:
We like to welcome a newly formed 3rd party designing company "Planet X" , which dedicate with full passion to all Transformers fans
Their first project will be "Genesis", check out their poster.
We will update more information when ready, we will look forward for more details of this product.
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I would love to have this, but after the money I just spent in transformers in the last 4 days, plus all the preorders I have expecting in August and Sept, l'll stick with the YotD Omega I got recently. $369 is better than $439, but it's still expensive!!
Cool, but you can get it cheaper from BBTS.
(link) just saw this on ebay due out in dec with cost of $439.
I'll wait until an actual prototype, hopefully it'll look a lot better than the silhouette, if not I'll track down a G1 or Encore Omega and the Crazy Devy upgrades
While I want an Omega Supreme figure....the silhouette does not look very good....
Yeah that is FOC Prime, and Omega's legs are waaayyyy too small, and his forearms are Popeye proportions, WTF?
That looks like the deluxe class Fall of Cybertron Optimus Prime.
What is that "small" robot in front? Is it something already released to hint at scale?
At the very least, it has my interest until we hear more news.
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