The Weibo page for Mech Planet has posted images of a new entry in their Hot Soldiers
line of Legends-scaled figures: a version of Hearts of Steel
Bumblebee! The hammer-wielding Bumblebee turns into a small steam locomotive which somehow manages to be incredibly cute. Keep reading to see the photos!
If the stock version of Grimlock, and by extension the torso mode of the Dinobot combiner Volcanicus aren't really doing it for you, Perfect Effect is again presenting an after market option to try to address that. PC-23 goes beyond PC-21's replacement hands and feet, giving new combiner body add-ons that will let the combined mode form in a slightly different way, as well as adding a huge sword that breaks down to be individual melee weapons for each Dinobot. And to top it off, it also includes replacement thigh and forearm pieces for Grimlock, making the robot taller - and probably facilitating some of the torso mode alterations. The kit is due in April. Keep reading to see the promo images!
Amazon Japan has posted stock photos for the majority of the June and July assortments of TakaraTomy's Power of The Primes releases. Firstly, this crushes a lot of last-gasp hopes from the fan community as we find that the Dinobots aren't being redirected to a revived Unite Warriors (instead being the majority of June's individual releases), and no Masterforce-based redeco of Darkwing and Dreadwind is forthcoming. We do get really good looks at a lot of what we're getting as wave 2, including our best look yet at the Alchemist Prime/Submarauder Prime Master. We've mirrored all the images below, click through to have a look!
Thanks to Justin geier who gave us the heads up on the in-hand images posted on Ebay of the Rodimus Unicronus In-Hand Images Power of The Primes Leader Class figure. This first wave of figures is barely out and we're already seeing the repaint hitting the shelves in Wichita, Kansas? Read on to see the in-hand images of Rodimus Unicronus below.
We still don't know when or how (c'mon, Toy Fair!) but it seems like it's happening: regular Weibo leaker tf-factory
has posted leaked artwork for Power of the Primes
Blast Off! It's a nice looking painting which, unsurprisingly, shows him off in his shuttle mode to emphasize the Unite Warriors
mold in use here. Also, we've got artwork for Studio Series
Optimus Prime and Starscream. Click through!
Just up on Machinima's Twitter feed is the latest poster for the conclusion of the cartoon this week - Megatronus lives up to his reputation in the finale of Transformers: Titans Return.
Transformers artist Ken Christiansen has shared even more images of the original package art drawings. Following the previous looks at ... We have some new drawings of Hotspot, Blades and First Aid characters. Read on to see the design images, original box shots, and Ken's comments below.
Thanks to Weibo user NOTRAB, we have a look at the Volcanicus combined figure showing us the full Power of the Prime Dinobot team in one. This looks like a really good fan shot, but it may be official. It is close enough that we are just glad to have the full look. Read on to see it mirrored below.
2005 forums member catz
has posted a set of product listings for Hasbro's 2018 offerings! Among the more expected things like the Power of the Primes
Titan Class figure (Predaking) are a number of new items, including a new Movie Masterpiece figure, and as-yet unknown items like the previously rumored "Energon Igniters" as well as some Generations item referred to as "Project Storm" - which is said to be a very small item such as perhaps a blind-bag series. Fingers crossed for blind-bagged Titan Masters at least, but meanwhile keep reading for the list!
Thanks to artist Ken Christiansen we have a look at all the line art that was used for the package images of the Transformers Combiner Wars Sunticons team. Get a look at the original designs for Motormaster, Breakdown, Offroad, Dead End and Dragstrip in their entire original designs - before they were colored and cropped for the packaging. Read on to seem them all in the gallery below.
Coming our way via Phr0g
we have some images of Flame Toys' officially licensed, high-end, non-transforming Drift figure, from their Kuro Kara Kuri lineup. These pictures show us the packaging, including the tray inside for the accessory loadout, a quick demo of all the lights turned on, and then a basic overview of posing and accessory options for the figure, including the fabric cloak. It's an excellent looking product - as one would hope for one with a price point this high: Sponsor BigBadToyStore currently has preorders available at $299.99
(!) Keep reading to check out the photos.
While we wait on the new year, and on the second wave of Power of the Primes
Deluxes to finish our Dinobot combiners, artist Marcelo Matere has posted the original pencils for Volcanicus to Twitter! The image does some great things with the design, making rounded parts of the wide-set torso into shoulders, which really does look good. Keep reading to see the image!
Here's yet another gallery that isn't from Hasbro Australia - now, wasn't it worth not letting them premiere these? This one is from Clement Soh Photography on Facebook, which we've mirrored here. While Battleslash has some proportional compromises for combined mode in the form of some biggish legs, Roadtrap looks very nice in his individual mode, and the combined Battletrap form is quite dynamic. Keep reading to see!
Following up from the earlier report of the first appearance of Power of The Primes Legends Wave 2 at retail in Singapore, Planet Iacon's N' Raid Raptor has posted a few photos showing the combined Battletrap form of new mold Legends figures Battleslash and Roadtrap alongside a few other toys mostly for purposes of scale reference. The pictures also give a nice overview of the redesigned Duocon from the front, side and back, and the overall result looks pretty good! You can find the new photos below.
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