EmGo's Transformers Reviews N' Stuff have posted a new video review for the Throne of Chaos Stand for Unicron. Thanks to Brownnoize Productions we finally have a Unicron stand that will actually hold Unicron!! To order your own Throne of Chaos just email them directly and place your order via their email form.
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Or you could display him in robot mode and save yourself 30$ + Shipping.
I don't get this whole "It's this or crap" mentality, I'd rather buy, I dunno, that Transformer I've been trying to get for years but never had the spare cash for. (Should have bought him at rel... read more
A stand, so that you can easily see Unicron's feet.
I keep reading about how easy it is to make one from Home Depot parts but thats fine if you want a stand that looks like crap. This is an acrylic base. Sure you can buy a sheet of thin acrylic, cut it, heat it, bend it and it will look horrible unless you have access to acrylic cutting/bending equip... read more
You could make your own for half that with a quick trip to home depot and some ingenuity.
You've got a Unicorn, and you keep it in a box?!
I would ride that shit everyday, to work and back again...
took about 7 minutes to find out. $30 plus shipping. i've already put my unicorn back in his box and he's in storage. this came 5 years too late for me.
Damn, does this video really have to be 8 minutes in length? It really could have been a quick 1-2 minute short. Product looks cool, but I bet it's going to cost a grip. I display my Unicron in robot mode anyways, but it would be nice to pick this up. Any idea on how much it costs?
This week on Radio Free Cybertron: Lots of fun stuff going on this week! We announce the winners of our Twitter contest, we are giving away Titans Return Arcee and The Last Knight Valvotron! The voice cast for Power of the Prime was announced! We share our thoughts! Plus we speculate on rumored upcoming Transformers assortments. Also, there's a ton of other news this week including a heavy third party week, with new Combaticons, Aerialbots, and upgrade parts. We talk about the upcoming Movie Masterpiece Ironhide, new photos of Volcanicus and much, much more!
Coming from Weibo, we have some grey prototype images showing MechPlanet's small-scale Optimus Prime-alike. HS02 seems to be called "Mini Lider" and while the photo quality for many of these isn't great, it seems to be a decent representation of the character design. The photos we have show an energon axe and rifle, plus flip up panels on the forearm in a similar manner to the pop-up communicator screen from the Masterpiece. The chest is also conspicuously hinged, which probably means it has a matrix and storage space for it. You can find all these photos mirrored below!
We recently saw an unofficial, non-transforming, high detail action figure representing Optimus Prime from Transformers Prime by Iron Warrior. Iron Warrior has just shown off another upcoming figure of the same type, this one called "Strife 07" and based on Brawl from the 2007 Transformers movie. This figure likewise does not transform, but seems to focus on sculpt detail and articulation more. Unfortunately the provided photos don't represent the scale of the figure well, so it's unclear at this point whether Brawl will be appropriately large. You can check out the mirrored images below.
From Mastermind Creations, Collisus joins the Reformatted line. Standing about 8 inches in robot mode, Collisus features a unique paint application and is able to transform into a battle tank vehicle. This figure comes armed with a pair of cannon blasters that can be deployed in both robot and vehicle mode. The figure slated for release in April of 2019 for about $110 USD.
Zeta Toys still has a bit to offer us today. Direct from their Weibo we have two images of Armageddon, their unofficial Bruticus shown as a color testshot. The individual components are all represented in their respective colors, though the add-ons for the combined form look like they may still be works in progress - at least lacking some finishing paint details if not other color changes. The images themselves say that this is not necessarily a final deco for the assembled whole, but it certainly gets the idea across! Check out both photos mirrored below.