Following today's Transformers Fanstream, we have the Legacy Evolution Wave 2 official images and product descriptions from Hasbro on all of today's new reveals. Look for these new releases to go up for preorder today at 1pm ET / 10am PT via the following sponsor links:
Celebrate the last 40 years of Transformers history with Transformers Legacy action figures for boys and girls. Transformers Legacy opens the portal to a whole new universe of More Than Meets the Eye, bringing together every generation of Transformers like never seen before. The Transformers Legacy toys can convert from robot to alt mode and can be combined with different characters to create your ideal Legacy lineup. This Transformers Legacy assortment includes:
Transformers Legacy Evolution Grimlock stands at 3.5-inches tall and is inspired by The Transformers animated series.Grimlock can convert from robot to T-Rex mode in 10 steps and can be combined with other Transformers: Legacy Evolution Dinobot toys to form the mighty Volcanicus.
Transformers Legacy Evolution Thundercracker stands at 3.5-inches tall and is inspired by The Transformers animated series, Thundercracker can convert from robot to jet mode in 17 steps and includes 2 Null Ray accessories that attach to the figure in both modes.
Transformers Legacy Evolution Nemesis Prime stands at 3.5-inches tall and is inspired by The Transformers animated series. Nemesis Prime can convert from robot to truck mode in 11 steps and includes an Energon Axe accessory that attaches to the figure in both modes.
Transformers Legacy Evolution Shrapnel stands at 5.5-inches tall and is inspired by The Transformers. The figure can convert from robot to stag beetle mode in 11 steps and features a movable insect mandible feature in stag beetle mode. Shrapnel includes 3 blaster accessories that attach in each mode, along with Evo-Fusion battle features that allow kids to combine all 3 blasters to create a larger blaster accessory.
Transformers Legacy Evolution Animated Universe Prowl stands at 5.5-inches tall and is inspired by The Transformers animated series. The figure can convert from robot to motorcycle mode in 20 steps and includes 2 wheel weapon accessories that attach to the figure in both modes. Use Prowl’s Evo-Fusion battle feature to convert the wheel accessories into a shuriken accessory.
Transformers Legacy Evolution Crosscut stands at 5.5-inches tall and is inspired by The Transformers. The figure can convert from robot to turbo car mode in 14 steps and includes an Energon Axe and 2 blaster accessories that attach to the figure in both modes. Use Crosscut’s Evo-Fusion battle feature to combine the ENergon Axe and 2 blaster accessories into a larger weapon accessory.
Transformers Legacy Evolution Crashbar stands at 5.5-inches tall and is inspired by The Transformers. The figure can convert from robot to motorcycle in 15 steps and includes 2 tailpipes and 2 thruster accessories that attach to the figure in both modes. The Crashbar figure can also break apart and fuse with other Transformers: Legacy Evolution figures as indestructible Junkion armor.
Transformers Legacy Evolution Metalhawk stands at 7-inches tall and is inspired by The Transformers. The figure can convert from robot to jet mode in 18 steps and includes 2 blasters and a sword accessory that attach to the figure in both modes. Use Metalhawk’s Evo-Fusion battle feature to combine the 2 blaster accessories into a double-barreled blaster.
Transformers Legacy Evolution Twincast and Autobot Rewind stands at 7-inches tall and is inspired by The Transformers. The figure can convert from robot to radio mode in 20 steps and includes a scoped blaster accessory. The figure also includes an Autobot Rewind figure that converts from robot to cassette mode in 8 steps and can fit inside the Twincast figure in radio mode. Use Twincast’s Evo-Fusion battle feature to attach the blaster accessory to the back of the figure in radio mode as an antenna.
Transformers Legacy Evolution Prime Universe Skyquake stands at 7-inches tall and is inspired by the Transformers: Prime animated series. The figure can convert from robot to Cybertronian jet mode in 29 steps and allows for other jet figures to attach to the top of the figure in jet mode. The figure comes with a blaster and sword accessory and can also flip-down its landing gear in jet mode. Use Skyquake’s Evo-Fusion battle feature to combine the blaster and sword accessories into a larger gatling cannon accessory.
@bigbadtoystore #Transformers #Legacy #Evolution #Voyager #Twincast and #Metalhawk being shipped during early February. Only yesterday were they officially revealed during a #HasbroPulse live stream.
Blah, pre-ordered Skyquake. I was not intending to do so, but he looks so good. I am looking forward to Dreadwing.
I completely expected Metalhawk to be a retool of Cyclonus. What I didn't expect was that it was going to be G1 Metalhawk and not IDW Metalhawk. IDW Metalhawk's jet mode looks an awful lot like G1 Cyclonus' jet mode. Other than changing things like the chest and whatnot, they really only needed to change how the arms turned into the wings. I imagined that they'd have the arms stick out straight from the jet body and then the forearms would turn so that the wings on them would be used for the jet's wings. The wings would be bigger than the ones on Cyclonus' forearms of course.
I never thought that Armada Starscream would be used. While the jet mode bears a passing resemblance to G1 Metalhawk's jet mode, nothing else lines up for robot mode. The sides of the chest kind of look like IDW Metalhawk though but only vaguely. At that point, so does T30 deluxe IDW stealth bomber Megatron's chest.
I didn't think Metalhawk would be made from Jhiaxus either. Nothing really lined up between the two at all. It's something people were thinking though.
They might as well have used Siege or Earthrise Starscream for him at either of those points. Hell, T30 Brainstorm would've been better to use as a base than either Armada Starscream or Jhiaxus. Shame we never did get a reuse of that mold. I have all four versions of TR Brainstorm but I still can't bring myself to get rid of T30 Brainstorm. It's just a really good mold. I always laugh at the actual length of the Headmaster's arms. If they were straightened out instead of molded with a 90 degree bend in them then the arms would go down lower than the knees. Those are some really long arms but you don't notice them since they're just molded and painted on the insides of the head flaps.
I'm happy that we're finally getting a new Twincast and all but I really wish he had a vehicle mode. I stopped caring about them having object modes since I picked up Classics Megatron and was reminded by how dumb it was the whole time. You don't realize it as a kid in the 80's though as that shit was cool. But then I'm holding a gun in my hand and well, that's it. You can't woosh it. You can't swoosh it. You can roll it along. Just nothing. It stays in YOUR hand and YOU pull the trigger. Wow. It's even worse when it's a boombox, camera or tape recorder. I'd much rather have my submarine mode Sixshot, leader class space cruiser Shockwave with all the add-ons or space barge Soundwave any day. At least Perceptor has his tank mode thing. Soundwave and Blaster should always have something similar from now on. Maybe make them have a secret combinable alt mode between Reflector and Soundwave and Perceptor and Blaster. I kind of made one with Percy and Blaster but it's missing something. Like that one upgrade kit on Ebay for Perceptor but it costs like $50 and I don't have time for that. I'm sure I can come up with something for Reflector and Walmart Soundwave but I have three of each color (five total colors) of Siege Reflector so I come up with combos for them instead of combos of them with Soundwave.
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