Planet X Project Genesis New Images Show More Proto and Tech-Lighting Bonus for War For Cybertron Omega Supreme
By Jack on Friday, October 19, 2012
More news just in on the Project X Genesis War For Cybertron Omega Supreme action figure. The official thrid party page has been updated with more images of the Genesis figure including details on the LED light-up feature that will be included that add a special glowing element. Those who pre-order will get a set of 5 Genesis tech-lighting components a bonus items from any store now through December 2012. Get a look at the tech-lights and some new angles on the Genesis figure.
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Maketoys has posted a new gallery of images of their Metrotitan figure to Facebook and confirmed the name as Dystopia! And Dystopia looks great and super-colorful, a nice contrast to the original Utopia and it's more utilitarian, Metroplexy color scheme. No details yet on pricing or availability, but we'll post them as soon as they become available. Keep reading to see the images!
This week on Radio Free Cybertron: News from Australia's Toy Fair, new G1 reissues on the way? Also, the guys taunt Brian over Maketoys Dystopia, discuss new color photos of Masterpiece Tracks, the Transformers Humble Bundle 2 is awesome, our new Twitter contest and more!
Play With This Too added a new reward which will kick in if it gets funded. A pair of tech drones who just happen to have the same colors as G1 Scorponok and Fortress Maximus. Read on for the details below.
Maketoys has posted an image of what is being called "Dystopia" to their Facebook group, showing a Metrotitan-themed recolor of their Metroplex-alike Utopia figure. While we couldn't find an official source dubbing this "Dystopia," that's the name being used at the moment - and it's a fair name for an evil citybot. Keep reading to see the image!
Following a long buildup of concept drawings, design art, computer renders and 3D printed prototypes, Play With This Too has finally launched their Kickstarter campaign to begin production of their action figure line. Between homages to Transformers, He-Man and other classic properties and artist-original material all built around a flexible base design, Play With This Too can have something for everyone upon successful funding of their project. Head on over to their Kickstarter and check out what they have to offer by clicking here.