In some parts of the world, not only is ToysRUs not going out of business, but they're still getting toys before everyone else. One such case is the Philippines, where Xavier Basa/@neurowing
has spotted the Wave 3 Prime Masters: Quintus Prime/Bludgeon, Megatronus/Bomb-Burst, and Solus Prime/Octopunch! Keep reading for photographic proof.
Canadian retailer Northmen Collectibles have posted a pre-order page for the much anticipated Titans Return Predaking combiner team. They are rolling this set out for $229 CAD with word that this will be shipping out in October 2108. Read on to see the fill product information and official images for more details on these toys.
Machinima has released a new video to Facebook showing the history of the Requiem Blaster, the latest all-important plot device coming to their Prime Wars Trilogy web cartoons. The video explains the in-universe history of the weapon using various clips from Power of The Primes, particularly focusing on the history of Megatronus and Solus Prime. There's probably elements to this video that could be considered spoilers for upcoming episodes, so if that's something you actually care about you may want to proceed carefully, but otherwise you can check out the video embedded below.
The Amazon Japan update for today included a lot of images for TakaraTomy's October releases, including what will probably be their next-to-last round of Power of the Primes
imports! Included are Prime Master Alpha Trion with Landmine, Legends Skrapnel and Tailgate, Deluxe Novastar, and Voyager Inferno. The last two of those are probably of the greatest interest as these are the best images we've seen of those two to date - including a look at Inferno's Torso Mode! Keep reading to see.
Coming from Amazon, we've got our first looks at the final stock photography for the upcoming wave 3 Legends figures Outback and Cindersaur. Comprising the last new figures in the assortment for general retail, Outback is a retool of Titans Return Brawn, and Cindersaur is a Decepticon redeco of Slash. Though the collector card pictured is misprinted with an Autobot symbol - it'll be interesting to see if that error carries forward to the full production. These photos give us good looks at the alt modes for both toys, and a nice view on the new Outback head sculpt. Check them out below.