TakaraTomy's version of Titans Return Fortress Maximus is coming in late September, and this month Figure King devotes a great deal of its Transformers pages to showcasing the toy. Most of the images are various stock photos seen before, but it does include some new shots of the toy's base mode, and connected with the (yet upcoming) Legends Series Blaster. Also seen is a small section with other Legends releases like Brainstorm and Soundwave, plus Transformers Adventure, and nice shots of Masterpiece Cheetor! Plus some new Diaclone goods as well! Keep reading to see the pages.
While no one will be surprised to see it, we have some nice new photos of Legends series Fortress Maximus showing off its Master Sword accessory. Though debuting first in the SDCC exclusive special release of Fortress Maximus, and a promotional giveaway in Hasbro's Asian markets, the sword is a focal accessory for the TakaraTomy release, tying to the original toy as released in Japan and portrayed in The Headmasters
. LG-31 Fortress Maximus will be released near the end of September at a price of 25,000 Yen. Keep reading to see all the photos from Dengeki Hobby!
Autobase Aichi has posted images of the promo comic for E-Hobby Convobat! Convobat is a Bat Optimus Primal (Convoy + Bat equals...) repaint of Mindwipe with Sentinel Prime's Titan Master Infinitus - but the comic focuses on the bonus items in the set: a Megalligator Headmaster, and an Optimal Optimus-themed recolor of Titan Master Apeface's vehicle referred to here as "Ape x Arms." Keep reading to see the comic!
The second of the August Legends releases - also the second of the blue Wave 1 Titans Return Deluxes that desperately
needed more paint - has been given a promotional package tweet by Hisashi Yuki! And as with Blurr, that paint has been received: Scourge's paint job looks much more finished and like himself under the Legends line. Is it worth 3,000 Yen to you? Keep reading and find out!
Hisashi Yuki, TakaraTomy Toy Designer and tireless promoter, has posted a package photo of the impeding LG-25 Legends Series Blurr! With a more animation accurate (and colorful
deco for the robot mode, Blurr runs rings around his Titans Return counterpart, aesthetically speaking. Click through to see!