Toy Fair 2013 - Official MetroPlex Transformers Masterpiece Titan Class Images

Official MetroPlex Transformers figure images are HERE! Just in are the official Hasbro images just announced. Check out the image and more details from the panel below of the Transformers Masterpiece Titan Class Metroplex action figure.


TRANSFORMERS GENERATIONS TITAN CLASS METROPLEX
(Approximate retail price: $124.99; Ages: 5 & up; Available: Fall 2013)
The TRANSFORMERS GENERATIONS TITAN CLASS METROPLEX is the largest converting TRANSFORMERS toy EVER! At over two feet tall, METROPLEX from the hit video game TRANSFORMERS: FALL OF CYBERTRON from Activision, the AUTOBOTS’ ultimate weapon converts from robot mode to rolling battle platform mode, and converts into an AUTOBOT city! The ULTIMATE action figure for TRANSFORMERS fans!

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News Poll

How do you like the Generations Metroplex Transformers Figure?
5 - Great
4
3 - Okay
2
1 - Terrible
0 - Do Not Care



Votes: 1410

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News Story Comments

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Breaker - 2013-02-12 @ 5:08 pm

Not me, I'd rather have Trypticon. The last Scorponok still suits G1 Scorponok (decently) enough. The closest thing Trypticon has is computer mouse repaint of Grimlock.

Nguyen_Dragon - 2013-02-12 @ 2:39 pm

I shouldn't complain much though... I never thought we will see a Transformers this size again... Omega, Fort Max and now Metroplex... This is the year for big TFs... I hope we see Scorponok as the next Titan Class...

Tripredacus - 2013-02-12 @ 2:37 pm

Boy, Gizmodo tried to talk about this (and others), but...well, this is what happens when you have a non-fan/collector write a piece...

the biggest Transformer EVER, so can't fault the writer completely for that. And, it's not "Predacon King Dragon"...just Predaking. :doh

But about this titan: IMPRESSIVE! :thumb

Was Fort Max made initially by Takara or Hasbro back then? If it was Takara then that would make this Metro the biggest TF Hasbro has ever made :D

Made or designed? There is evidence that Metroplex was initially designed to be a Diaclone toy, as hinted to here:

Breaker - 2013-02-12 @ 7:25 am

Boy, Gizmodo tried to talk about this (and others), but...well, this is what happens when you have a non-fan/collector write a piece...

the biggest Transformer EVER, so can't fault the writer completely for that. And, it's not "Predacon King Dragon"...just Predaking. :doh

But about this titan: IMPRESSIVE! :thumb

Was Fort Max made initially by Takara or Hasbro back then? If it was Takara then that would make this Metro the biggest TF Hasbro has ever made :D

Agent 539 - 2013-02-12 @ 5:02 am

Would have looked a little better with a thicker waste. Not sure what's going on with the hands in back during battle station mode. Other than that, looks great.

Nguyen_Dragon - 2013-02-11 @ 9:24 pm

The G1 base mode looks better...

formerly nortagem - 2013-02-11 @ 8:46 pm

Boy, Gizmodo tried to talk about this (and others), but...well, this is what happens when you have a non-fan/collector write a piece...

the biggest Transformer EVER, so can't fault the writer completely for that. And, it's not "Predacon King Dragon"...just Predaking. :doh

But about this titan: IMPRESSIVE! :thumb

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