TakaraTomy has released via their official Transformers PR Twitter account a set of photos showing off the small sheet of optional stickers that will be packed in with the upcoming LG63 G2 Megatron. The sheet leans in to the roots of the deco, including a MEGATRON RULES sticker for the chest emulating a major piece of the Hero Megatron toy's factory applied stickering, as well as the option of a G2 Decepticon symbol, or Predacon logos, speculated to indicate that the Legends pack-in comics may be assigning the identity of Predacon Megatron to this toy's Headmaster. We've mirrored the photos, and you can find them below.
Fresh off the forums, chuckdawg1999 has brought us a video review for the just-released legends series Slugslinger from TakaraTomy. LG55 features the Targetmaster Caliburst and sports a modified deco from the earlier Hasbro release. Chuck shows off both the Titans Return and Legends versions side by side to highlight the points of difference between them, though outside the choice of dedicated weapon versus Targetmaster, the only real changes come down to colors. You can watch the review right now, embedded just below in the full post.
Today we're catching up to November's Transformers Legends releases in order to clear the way for the just-released December assortment. Our newest gallery is LG51 Targetmaster Doublecross, which is in fact just a clever(?) way of producing Haywire for the purpose of making your pre-existing Legends-series Blurr complete. Alas, poor Scourge saw no such consideration. But Doublecross has more to offer than just Targetmaster delivery - seen side by side with the Hasbro version, it offers a distinct deco that may suit some better than Twinferno. And of course it has the fully painted White Leo Beastformer (Battlebeast) Headmaster! We've got 200 high quality photos for you, click here to view the gallery!
Just in time for the December Legends releases to be shipping out from Japan and making their way to import retailers around the world, we have a new piece of gallery coverage for the November batch! Today we're bringing you a gallery for LG52 Misfire, featuring the brand new Aimless Targetmaster partner figure and a slightly tweaked deco versus the Hasbro release, photographic coverage of which you can find right here
. For Legends
Misfire, we have almost 200 new detailed photos for you to check out - and as always be sure to click the "Original Image" link above any photo to view it at full size. Click here
to get started!
Site sponsor Robotkingdom
has posted in-package images of the December TakaraTomy Legends Series releases: LG54 Bumblebee with Exo-Suit Spike, LG55 Targetmaster Slugslinger, LG56 Perceptor and Ramhorn, and LG57 Octane with Headmaster Ghost Starscream! Also present are images of a reissue of MP-10B Black Convoy. Keep reading to see the images!
Since we heard about TakaraTomy's "Power of Prime" line, we've been speculating that the reduced prices (relative to Legends
series) indicate straight repacks of the US toys. While nothing is 100% certain until we have them in hand... those sure are US toys in the Dengeki Hobby photo gallery we've mirrored here. In particular, Jazz's markings are all 100% identical to the US release in these photos - even if
these are entirely the US-release toys, whether the promised running change will apply to the TakaraTomy release is currently unknown. Good photos though - keep reading to see more!
The ever reliable Tagoal
has posted new in-hand images of LG-EX God Ginrai! The figure is a re-release of the individual TakaraTomy Godbomber and Super Ginrai, and... basically, what you get for this fancy boxset is clear windows on Ginrai, chrome on Godbomber, and two new Headmasters. Is that worth buying this set twice? Probably not, but we think it'll probably come down to how much you like Minerva and Cab. Keep reading!
We've reported previously on the retool of Cerebros and Emissary - or if you prefer, Fortress - to feature likenesses of the "Downtown" comedy duo. Tonight we have an official page for the mailaway exclusive item, complete with clearer stock images of the larger figure and its Titan Master/Headmasters, showing both of the faces as well as the face that will adorn whatever Fortress or Grand Maximus one may eventually dock this item to. We're still waiting to find out what exactly might go on the sound chip for this edition. Click through to see the photos.
The opening alone is worth the price of admission. TakaraTomy has posted a new 100-second ad for their Street Fighter II x Transformers
toys to YouTube, and it's a nice little thing with a great adaptation of the Super Street Fighter II Turbo
intro. Keep reading to have a look!
Singapore fangroup Planet Iacon
broke the news - and site sponsor BigBadToyStore has just confirmed - that TakaraTomy's version of Power of the Primes begins in May! Titled very similarly as Power of Prime
, the figures listed are being released in a format seemingly identical to their US releases. But, what's interesting is what's not
listed from Wave 1. Keep reading for details!
Twitter user @DPT_2002
has gotten a hold of TakaraTomy's just-released versions of Broadside and Sixshot! Want to see how they look side by side, and how the Sixshots look with their Headmasters/Titan Masters swapped? Keep reading to see!
TFormers Sponsor Robotkingdom
has posted new images of the LG-EX God Ginrai set's packaging! This special edition set includes Cab and Minerva Headmasters, as well as a Super Ginrai with clear windows and Godbomber with a chrome chest. It should ship soon! Keep reading to see the images.
Japanese retailer HobbySearch
has posted in-package images of the impending November TakaraTomy Legends Series releases: Sixshot, Doublecross, Misfire, and Broadside are all due within the next week or so - and the two Deluxes from this assortment are receiving new Japan-exclusive Targetmaster partners! Keep reading for details.
Following the big announcement from TakaraTomy. USA pre-orders are now up with pricing and preorder information on this legendary mash-up are confirmed! Celebrating the 20th anniversary of Street Fighter, these remold/recolored figures exclusive to Takara Tomy mall.
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One of the wackiest pieces of licensed crossover merchandise lately, we've got high quality images to share now of the Street Fighter II x Transformers two packs that were revealed to us through various magazine images on Tuesday. We have better photos of the figures, and news of another preorder goal campaign - though this one feels a bit less impressive than the prospect of the special pretender shell Grand Maximus would have gained. Keep reading for details and all the photos!
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