Official Images of United EX Jet Prime, Combat & Roller vs Chopper the Takara Versions of Power Core Combiners

Amazon Japan has published preorder pages of Takara Tomy's upcoming Transformers United EX Jet Prime Master, Combat Master Prime, and Roller Master vs Chopper Master, the Japanese versions of Hasbro's Power Core Combiners line.

As usual, Takara has different takes on Bombshock with Combaticons (Combat Master), Skyburst with Arielbots (Jet Prime), and Icepick and Searchlight (Roller Master and Chopper Master), originally separate two-packs are now packaged together in a versus pack for 4,725 Yen (~$58 USD). The five-packs will cost 6,090 Yen (~$ 75 USD).


l to r: Takara version; Hasbro version

or Combat Master (Bombshock) is all green.

l to r: Takara version; Hasbro version

Well, talk about a completely different deco. Icepick was white while Roller master is now blue.

l to r: Takara version; Hasbro version

The Takara version will include companion Backwind, but instead of clear green plastic, now appears to be matte green.

l to r: Takara version; Hasbro version

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Jason X 2012-04-20 @ 10:50 am

I like the Skyburst repaint, but for everything else I'm perfectly happy with my Hasbro versions.

Lord_Onslaught 2012-04-19 @ 9:22 pm

At those prices? No thank you I will wait for the inevitable clearance

Hellscream85 2012-04-19 @ 8:24 pm

Most of the Commander figures were ok, the combiners were a joke, essentially taking everything from TF:Energon that most of us hated (Optimus Primes drones, the Maximus combiner's lack of actual hands and feet) and then throwing in horrible movie style proportions. I will reiterate that many of the commander figures were pretty decent, using mini-cons as throwbacks to targetmasters as an ongoing theme in the line was a nice touch, and paved the way for Takara's Micron Arms series (which I hope to see expanded upon in future more classics oriented lines with updated targetmasters and double targetmasters, maybe even a few actionmaster homage pieces because they all had weapons that transformed into smaller bots too) thus making the PCC mini-cons the only mini-cons I don't mind having in my collection.

Shadowpanther 2012-04-19 @ 6:00 pm

Powercore was a fail!


United can keep them




I think the Hasbro PCC 5 packs & 2 packs were awesome & I own one of each new mold. I don't get carried away with buying repaints. The PCC combiners I thought were cool,because the gestalt mode was 7.7 inches tall. Also the PCC Mincons were tripple changers & had a weapon mode.


I don't feel the need to buy the Takara PCC toys. because I'm not into buying exspensive repaints that hasbro already released to 60%+ less at USA retail stores.

Blitz-Wing 2012-04-19 @ 4:00 pm

At least the coloration is way better with the Takara version

Heavyassault360 2012-04-19 @ 3:32 pm

Powercore was a fail!


United can keep them



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