Hasbro design Mark Maher @markclonus pulls the curtain back from the Transformers Legacy Junkions Scraphook! These awesome new weaponizers are more than the sum of the parts, with all sorts of ways to combine these junky figures. Check out Mark's behind the scenes notes on these toys, with many in-hand images showing how they work.
First off, just check out this guys steel eye patch and metal mohawk. This guy has all of your favorite junkion style but with so much more awesomeness! Did I mention I used the same color specs with your Studio Series Wreckgar
For those of you that have been collecting since our Seige line, you will notice that the 5mm post system we have utilized on all our past weaponizers and fossilizers, the same system will be used here. For those of you who are new to this ability, please take a ride on a space bridge portal (youtube) or even better yet, buy some of our fossilizers and start your own combinations to get the hang of the system.
The key element here, which was shown in the 86 animated Transformers movie that debuted the first Junkions, they were able to fall apart or lose arms and legs and other Junkions could just pick up and utilize those parts as their own arms, legs, weapons, and armor. Not only can you do that with these new Junkion characters but for the first time ever, you will be able to split apart the front and back of their vehicle modes and combine and customize vehicle modes across all our new Junkions!!!
You can see me utilizing our Kingdom Deluxe Weaponizer Slammer, WFC Deluxe Brunt, and WFC Deluxe FastTrack for the custom fan builds showcased here.
But THERES MORE!! Unlike our past weaponizers and fossilizers, our Junkions don’t partsform. Ejima san was able to figure out a way for these Junkions to have your traditional transformation sequence! speechless…
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