General admission to Tokyo Toy Show has started, and Twitter users chromless and Carry-Sansui have been posting lots of excellent photos from TakaraTomy's display space. Unite Warriors Computron is on display, along with the Legends Series editions of many Titans Return figures. Plus of course we have more looks at Unite Warriors Lynxmaster, Masterpieces Inferno and Thrust, and in hand shots of the exclusive Loud Pedal Tracks recolor being sold at the show. Plus it looks like the Diaclone Reboot isn't stopping with Dia-Battles V2! Click through to see much more!
Unite Warriors Computron may be presented in its final deco, showing a fair bit better color variance between the majority of its members - importantly Afterburner is skewing much more to orange on the show floor than the promotional photos indicated.
The Titans Return molds on display for Legends are shown using some Hasbro products as placeholders: Weirdwolf is carrying the Apeface decoed ape/jet Titan Master vehicle, and its animation-styled Titan Master is still a grey prototype piece.
We have numerous additional angles on Masterpiece Inferno now, along with slightly better shots of Thrust, and the display featuring Masterpiece Optimus Primal. The teaser silhouette for Cheetor is also on display.
Diaclone Reboot looks to have additional large toys in the pipeline right now, but also a range of much smaller items: Powered armor suits for the updated Diaclone driver figures. These are of course updates of similar accessory pieces from the original Diaclone line. No information yet how they'll be released, but perhaps they'll serve as a lower-cost way to build out Dianaut armies.
At this point we do not anticipate anymore surprises to come out of Tokyo Toy Show, but we'll be watching for any further updates, so be sure to stay with us for the latest info!
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