Shared by Planet Iacon on Facebook, we have photos of three TakaraTomy-release Power of The Primes toys in package, showing us what Japanese collectors will be receiving and what those in the rest of the world importing from this release can look forward to. As we predicted some while back, the packaging is literally just the Hasbro Power of The Primes packaging with an extra sticker applied to give the product code and Japanese rendering of the name. Indeed, in the photo of Jazz's card, you can see the corner of the Hasbro logo beneath the name sticker. Keep reading to have a look...
We recently showed you some early in hand looks at the Titan Class Predaking set from GenmonTCracker's twitter account. As a followup, Genmon's Facebook page now contains many more "studio" style shots of the toys, both as individual Predacons and in the combined form of Predaking. The Predaking photos show the combiner looking very flexible, even doing - you guessed it - the Iron Man three-point-landing pose. And if you think the individual Predacons might be looking just a bit better ...well, that's probably just because the dark background helps the combiner thighs fade out of sight a bit. Check out all the photos in the gallery below.
The Prime Masters were meant to represent the Thirteen Primes that are part of (at least one) creation mythology for the Transformers. But even as far back as last year's infamous giant leak that Hasbro assures us never actually happened, it was clear that some were missing from the planned lineup. In an image whose original source is fuzzy at best, we have what looks like part of the paperwork from Titan Class Predaking that shows the emblem forms of all 12 (the thirteenth being represented in the toyline by the Matrix) hinting that the ones currently missing from any known assortment could still happen. Check out the image below!
Thanks to Twiiter user @TcrackerGenmon who's posted some in-hand image of the Titan Class Transformers Predaking team out of the box. This is one mean looking team!
Here we have a look at what these figures look like in the final production colors, with paint apps, combined and in the packing. The figures appear to be packed in beast modes on a big tray with the weapon and all secured with twist-ties.
Via TFND on Facebook, we have a look at the regular stock photos for Wreck-Gar, the Power of The Primes retool of Combiner Wars Groove. Expected to be a Walgreens exclusive, Wreck-Gar is an interesting combination of elements, seemingly dropping the groove mold's guns in favor of the same pinwheel axe from the original Generations toy, and including a Dinobot-type POTP combiner hand piece. We've got images of the robot and vehicle modes, package front, and a low res image of part of the back panel. Check them all out 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.
As Power of the Primes
inches closer to the completion of the Prime Wars
trilogy, new listings for the previously revealed and/or leaked exclusives keep popping up. Amazon has gotten many of them, and today Amazon Canada has a list for Repugnus while Amazon US has Counterpunch. At the moment, these pages do little more than provide a more reliable indicator that these figures, in fact, exist. But they're probably worth watching! Keep reading to see.
The Leaks from Cybertron keep on rolling out from the official Transformers page. Today we have yet another of the Dinobots with a look at Snarl in his Transformers Power of the Primes form. Following the other posts, we have a look three-step look at the design drawings, prototype figures and they final productions versions.
The Leaks from Cybertron keep on rolling out from the official Transformers page. Today we have yet another of the Dinobots with a look at Slug (Slag) in his Transformers Power of the Primes form. Following the other posts, we have a look three-step look at the design drawings, prototype figures and they final productions versions.
Power of The Primes concludes the Prime Wars Trilogy, with the Machinima-produced web series debuting on May 1st on the go90 service in the US, and via tumblr(?!) in the rest of the world. This is a substantially shorter break period between shows than we enjoyed from Combiner Wars to Titans Return, and accordingly the promo buildup has been somewhat less as well. But the main focus of the effort has been a "poster" image released in pieces on Machinima's Instagram page which is now fully complete. Of course, if you want to see the entire image assembled, it still requires a little work, however you can take a shortcut and view the whole thing just below.
The official Transformers pages rolls our their latest Leaked from Cybertron! Check out how Deluxe Class Dinobot Slug went from concept art to final figure in one step! There is no prototype this time, just in case you were wondering.
A short while back we got some first look copies of the stock photos for the latest Nemesis Prime, coming along at some undisclosed future point in Power of The Primes. Common speculation followed the path that this might be an uncharacteristically early leak of a Comic Con exclusive for the year, however, with a new listing on Amazon UK that outcome seems more likely to be proved false. Whatever the eventual means of release, we now have both high-res stock photos to check out, as well as the first reveal of the name for the recolored Orion Pax figure. Keep reading to check it all out!
The official Transformers Instagram account has posted a brief slideshow showing off the development history of Power of the Primes
Legends class Dinobot Slash! Showing the concept art, prototype, and final official photography, Slash is shown with a pair of thematically-appropriate short swords in the concept art - and while we're sad those didn't cost out it's not a very normal thing for Legends to ship with weapons anymore. So it's not exactly unexpected. Keep reading to see.
Amazon has added the finalized stock photos to their listing for Power of The Primes Optimal Optimus, the final new Leader mold coming our way in the current iteration of Generations. Optimus Primal was the winning character when Hasbro asked the community to vote for a new leader character last year, and we got our first glimpse at the design work during the first HasCon event in Rhode Island. While much of what the toy can do is shown in the newest round of stock photos, the actual flight mode is still omitted, so far only having been confirmed through TakaraTomy photography. Also omitted are some critical paint operations on Optimus Primal's face, unfortunately. You can see that and more in the gallery below!
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