Japanese website Game Watch has an article that looks like it may be an interview with one of the designers for the TakaraTomy Star Wars Powered By Transformers series, the successor to the old Star Wars Crossovers series by Hasbro. There's a lot of Japanese text we can't read which probably has some interesting insights, but until or unless someone does a proper translation, we can at least be treated to some new images of the Millennium Falcon/Han Solo & Chewbacca toy, getting some new looks at its details, how it separates, and glimpses of transformation. Click through to see the mirrored photos!
Via a TaoBao
seller, we now have the first color images of the Star Wars Powered By Transformers
Millennium Falcon! As with the old Star Wars Crossovers
figures, the Falcon splits into Han Solo and Chewbacca figures. However, this time we're able to say with much greater certainty that this is an all-new design. Keep reading to see the old and new Falconbots!
TakaraTomy has published a new video to their website detailing the transformation of the Star Wars Powered By Transformers
Darth Vader TIE Fighter! The figure looks good and looks to have a decently involving but not difficult transformation. We can't embed the video here, so click through for a link!
has posted new images of the Star Wars Powered By Transformers
Darth Vader's TIE Fighter figure due out this coming March! These are probably the best-quality images we've seen so far of the final, full-color product. The figure is definitely better-looking than the original version of this concept - though until someone who owns that version has this in-hand, the jury is out on how much of that tooling has been reused. Keep reading for the photos! You can pre-order this now at BigBadToyStore.com
Indeed, "Star Wars Powered By Transformers" appears to be the staggeringly unweildy line name for the new iteration of Star Wars Transformers. Toys R Us Japan has added a product page for Darth Vader TIE Advanced featuring out first color images of the toy. Naturally it sticks to mainly grey, favoring the vehicle colors, but the Vader chest piece and helmet do add a bit of the needed black. The Toys R Us page notes a retail release of April 2nd and a slightly reduced price of 4,999 Yen, or about $45. Keep reading to see the photos!