Battleslash is built more solidly in robot and vehicle mode than Roadtrap
, and has more steps in its transformation. ...but that transformation is designed more than a little annoyingly, the vehicle mode doesn't great, and the Prime Master seating is even more of a joke than Roadtrap. Find out more about all of these things, and which remade Duocon I like better: click here to watch the video review of Battleslash!
I've been complaining of late that Generations has lost the imagination it once had, falling back on simply remaking, instead of reimagining
. That is most certainly not true for the newest interpretation of the G1 Duocon Battletrap, who has been split to become two separate, new characters who combine with each other. As the (admittedly unwitting) answer to my challenge, I just had to try to score these legends figures early, and so here we are today looking at the first part of the pair, Roadtrap. Does he have a leg to stand on? Watch the video review of Roadtrap
and find out!
Here's yet another gallery that isn't from Hasbro Australia - now, wasn't it worth not letting them premiere these? This one is from Clement Soh Photography on Facebook, which we've mirrored here. While Battleslash has some proportional compromises for combined mode in the form of some biggish legs, Roadtrap looks very nice in his individual mode, and the combined Battletrap form is quite dynamic. Keep reading to see!
Following up from the earlier report of the first appearance of Power of The Primes Legends Wave 2 at retail in Singapore, Planet Iacon's N' Raid Raptor has posted a few photos showing the combined Battletrap form of new mold Legends figures Battleslash and Roadtrap alongside a few other toys mostly for purposes of scale reference. The pictures also give a nice overview of the redesigned Duocon from the front, side and back, and the overall result looks pretty good! You can find the new photos below.
Recently, Hasbro Australia had to decline to show off Power of The Primes Legends wave 2 at a fan meet event, by request of Hasbro's home office here in the US who had different plans for revealing those toys. But it turns out that decision wasn't entirely in their hands. Via Singapore retailer Robo Robo and Raid Raptor on Planet Iacon, we have photos of the new figures, which includes Tailgate, redeco/retool of Windcharger, and new molds Battleslash and Roadtrap representing the Duocon Battletrap. We have the photos mirrored below. Keep reading to check out the brand new toys!
Ozformers admin griffin
has posted images of a recent fan event held by Hasbro Australia! The fans were brought in to have a look at the first wave of Power of the Primes
... and almost got a look at wave 2 Legends-class figures Tailgate, Battleslash, and Roadtrap - but those weren't cleared for reveal by Hasbro USA yet. But Australia did
get the first official in-hand photos of the wave 2 Prime Masters! Keep reading for photos of the event!
TFW2005 user Mr. Chaos
has posted a listing of UPCs for upcoming Power of the Primes
products from ToysRUs' computer! If you've followed the PotP leaks since July and August, the contents of Wave 2 and 3 aren't exactly a surprise - but this is pretty good confirmation of what's to come. Keep reading for more info!
with more slides! In the single largest leak we've yet seen out of Weibo, the entire first four waves of Power of the Primes
have been leaked. We've got a Dinobot Combiner, the Terrorcons, a glimpse of the next Leader Optimus Prime, and much more! Keep reading for a list of what's here and why we're pretty sure it's all real!
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