Silly Galvatron! Ghost Starscream is already dead! Hisashi Yuki's latest promotional photos of upcoming TakaraTomy products guest-star the just-released Unite Warriors UW06 Grand Galvatron! After Galvatron gives Starscream a nasty flashback, he next trades cannons with the full combiner - and that works pretty well, surprisingly! Keep reading to see.
As the old saying goes, you can call Legends Skull anything, but don't call him late for dinner. And in today's photos from TakaraTomy designer Hisashi Yuki, Skullcruncher's dinner looks very much like the Titan Master vehicle his Headmaster partner is riding. Run, Grax, run! Due at the end of July in Japan, Skullsmasher is priced at 4320 Yen. Keep reading to see the photos!
It's Golden Week in Japan! Apparently Hisashi Yuki has taken some time off to play the Japanese rhythm game Prism Paradise
. Looks like he got one of the low-tier prizes in their promotional campaign - and Hardhead's not taking it well either. We also have an image of Hardhead in better times, using his Titan Master vehicle in its weapon mode. (Which looks like nothing so much as an upturned tank, which it is.) Keep reading to see!
Hisashi Yuki has posted a couple new photos to Twitter! Most recently is a photo of all five Technobots in their vehicle modes as Yuki ramps up the promotion of Unite Warriors Computicon/Computron. Secondly, we've got the upcoming Legends LG23 Galvatron paying his Unite Warriors Grand self a visit. Surely that would end well. Keep reading to see the photos!
Loopaza Mega Store has posted the scans from this month's Figure-Oh
(Figure King) Magazine to Facebook! While there's not a lot here that is truly new, you can see Unite Warriors Computron and Legends Shockwave, Blurr, and Scourge all in one place. Plus the Anniversary recolors of the Legends Beast Wars figures - and the first good look at the scale of Masterpiece Optimus Primal! Keep reading to have a look.