SDCC 2012 - Transformers Generations Fall of Cybertron Bruticus Convention Exclusive Gallery
Dragonx76 - Thursday, July 12, 2012
The Tformers gang is live at San Diego Comic Con 2012 and we were lucky enough to pick up this little gem: the Transformers Generations Fall of Cybertron Bruticus! The set is an SDCC 2012 exclusive and features coloring of the figures that are accurate to the representation within the Transformers Fall of Cybertron game (read our impressions of the game) due August 21, 2012. We have a boatload of images for you to take a look at the unique packaging as well as all of the figures in their robot, vehicle, and combined forms.
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I'm ok with the size issues. I love combiners a lot...And this guy looks cool in every mode, so I went ahead and preordered the amazon one
my girl is going to go nuts once she realizes i own 3 versions of this figure come december....
Will make a request, but not sure what we'll get. Transformers is over for now, but the gang is busy on other work. We are working on putting up images of the display cases now (technical difficulties and timing and such) so please hang tight.
I find it quite amusing that the picture on the box has the arms and legs swapped versus the display piece. I agree that the connection points are to high so the arms look to large.....didn't they look at the old toy and take a hint from the FP add in set? Sheesh....
Could you take pictures with brawl and swindle as the arms? So far that combination looks worlds better than the game accurate one.
$99.99 at the show
Thanks for the pics. I'm hoping hasbro/Takara makes more FOC Combiners new molds that are scramble city inter-changeable with FOC Bruticus
Yeah, the arms combination points are waaaaayyyy too high. Also it looks like we are getting a retooled repaint of Bruticus as Ruination, but still no RTS Optimus Prime Scourge repaint.
Yep, those arms are too large.
It's absolutely the arms...those things are like gorillas! Apologies to gorillas and folks whose arms extend beyond their knees!
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While at Botcon we naturally spent as much time as we could spare down at the Hasbro booth to see all the fantastic new and upcoming toys to look forward to. Besides snapping hundreds of photos of all the displays over the course of the weekend, we did a set of display case overview videos as well. The displays were split in two groups, one featuring Titans Return and Platinum, the other Robots in Disguise and licensed merchandise, with Combiner Wars crossing between both. We've split the videos accordingly, and you can watch both embedded below right now!
This week on Radio Free Cybertron: We all have the convention crud, except for Brian. Those of who can chat about the week's news, the toys we purchased, our favorite panels, our favorite memories and all the awesome people we got to meet at the LAST Botcon! Oh, we also talk about Masterpiece Shockwave, Masterpiece Ramjet, Computron, Liokaiser and tons more!
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