It's time to borrow the Toy Detective hat from RAC and do some work on the just-revealed Titan Class Trypticon! The major question everyone has had, of course, is how big the final product will be. A design render in isolation isn't very good for determining that, it's true. But in October we were handed a wonderful clue during an otherwise not very productive livestream presentation event: Trypticon's leg. In hand, on the floor, next to other toys. Yes, Trypticon's leg is the metric that will answer our questions. Keep reading!
Our basic tool for this is superimposing the Trypticon reveal image on to screencaps that I took back in October from that livestream. I fully admit this is not the most precise method since it largely involves eyeballing relative sizes of common reference points. The two best for this are the big dome over the hip joint, and the shin. The latter doesn't go through much change from perspective, so it's a fairly stable thing to try to size around. The dome is a little less so, but makes for a good secondary element to check against. So first, let's get a rough idea of its overall scale. Thankfully John Warden plopped Trypticon's leg prototype on the floor of the stage, allowing us to have our reference point in an open space.
Of course we're bound to learn quite a bit more about this toy this weekend when Hasbro has their presentation at Toy Fair, so be sure to keep watching here for full coverage of that in order to learn everything you can about this year's Titan Class toy!
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