Power of the Primes - Improved Combiner Hand And Foot Design Lets The Heeling Begin

This nearly slipped past us yesterday! The @tfwiki Twitter has posted a photo of the resin Volcanicus prototype from HasCon that shows yet another way to dispose of your two spare hands. See, Voyager torsobots are now going to ship with a pair of dedicated feet, and each limb will have its own separate hand. But there's another way to stow them, one that might even be more beneficial than padding out Dinobot Combiner Volcanicus' torso. Read on to find out!



Brilliant, no? The new feet retain the ankle tilts from the excellent, excellent Combiner Wars Computron's feet, but of course to fit in with a Voyager price-wise, they're not as big. So as long as the connection between the hands and feet is good and strong and not prone to leverage, this is a great solution!

Power of the Primes Deluxe and Voyagers are listed in ToysRUs' computer with a sale date of 12/1/17. SRP on Deluxes is $17, and Voyagers are up to $30. Leaders, which as with Combiner Wars do not combine with the smaller size classes, are scheduled for January.
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