TakaraTomy Shows Off LG-43 Legends Trypticon's Appetite For Titan Masters
RAC - Friday, March 31, 2017
TakaraTomy's April Fool's Day prank seems to be not bothering to region-lock a video for once! In a segment apparently titled "Tateishi Gakuen," a pair of hosts take a look at Legends Dinosaurer, AKA Trypticon! After marveling at the size of the figure and using the transformation hinges in the shoulder to imitate a frilled lizard, they get down to asking a very important question: how many Headmasters/Titan Masters can Trypticon eat in one sitting? Keep reading to see the video and find out the answer!
For those who can't or don't feel like watching the video, the answer is twenty-eight. Granted, at that point they're so far up his throat that those of us with gag reflexes are squirming a little bit, but still: that's a pretty impressive capacity!
Legends Dinosaurer is due out in August 2017 for an SRP of 25,000 Yen. The only difference we can detect between it and Generations Titans Class Trypticon, which will likely be about $100 less, is a slight difference in plastic hues and a patch of purple paint inside his mouth.
Japanese toy blogger Tagoal has posted some images of his latest toy haul to Twitter! He has pretty much the entire Legends and Movie The Best lineups for February: LG61 Clonetrons, LG62 Targetmaster Windblade, LG63 G2 Megatron, MB-12 Jazz, MB-13 Bonecrusher, MB-14 Megatron, and MB-15 Lockdown. We've mirrored the images here, so keep reading to see!
Thanks to our sponsor, Robootkingdom, we have some first hand looks at the Takara Transformers LG-61 Clone Drone Set, LG-62 Target Master Windblade and the LG-63 G2 Megatron. Preorder. These produsts start shipping on February 24th, 2018. Read on to see the images and more information.
Autobase Aichi has published a synopsis of the Transformers news in this month's issue of Hyper Hobby, one of the many hobby magazines published monthly in Japan. While the mechanical translation is typically shaky, it seems as though the Legends series, with its higher standards of deco, will be continuing alongside the Japanese release of Power of the Primes! But there is still a catch - keep reading for details.
Loopaza Mega Store has posted images of the packed-in paperwork for LG-60 Legends Series Overlord! The figure's bio card and (mercifully Safe For Work) comic are on display, showing off the new tooling for the figure's chest and Headmaster robots as well as a new mode created for the comic. ...but, kind of an expensive one. Keep reading for details!
Twitter user @kinoko51 has posted in-hand images of their just-purchased round of January's Legends releases from TakaraTomy! In addition to the Clonebots Fastlane/Fastclash and Cloudraker and Blitzwing, there's a side-by-side comparison of the US and Japan releases of Overlord. Keep reading to see!