As an update to the gallery we posted yesterday, directly from New York and the 2016 Toy Fair taking place, Seibertron.com is proud to present its new iteration of the Titans Return line present at the Hasbro showroom, now with more close-ups, more comparisons, more images - just check out a sample below, and click on any of the images for the full works!
Note: You can also take a moving look through our video coverage of the display, here.
The Hasbro panel showed a few upcoming Robots in Disguise toys and we got the 3D renders for the Warrior class figures, the big Power Surge Optimus and the Platinum set. However, there was a ton of new stuff on the show room, giving us an idea at the vast amount of products coming out this year. This vast amount makes sense since the Investors Presentation made us aware that 70% of the Transformers toy market is dominated by Rescue Bots and Robots in Disguise (with Generations only making up 30%).
Here is a list of everything else that was revealed only through the display area:
One Step Changer Bisk
One Step Blizzard Strike Sideswipe
One-Step Changers/Advanced Optimus Prime
One-Step Changers/Advanced Strongarm
Legion Blizzard Strike Drift
Battle 2-pack Sideswipe with Minicon WindStrike
Battle 2-pack Strongarm with Minicon Sawtooth
Powersurge Heros Bumblebee with Minicon Buzzstrike
Powersurge Heros Sideswipe with Minicon Windstrike
Minicon 4 pack with Autobot Dragonus, Bash Breaker, Lord Doomitron, and Lancelon
3 step Energon Boost Bumblebee (with all-spark blue) and 3 step Drift (regular colours)
There is also a Warrior Grimlock rerelease which has a box with a new playability feature highlighted involving the weapon minicons.
And a slew of minicons, many of which can become weapons, such as Tricerashot, Lord Doomitron, Weapon Slipstream and Bashbreaker.
Fellow Seibertronians, hot on the heels of the product galleries, site owner Seibertron has uploaded a video of coverage of the Titans Return product display from the Toy Fair to the site's YouTube account. Check it out, and leave your comments below.
Fellow Seibertronians, site owner Seibertron has uploaded a video of coverage of the Rescue Bots product display from the Toy Fair to the site's YouTube account. Interestingly, it seems to feature the first 'villain' Rescue Bot. Check it out, and leave your comments below.
Fellow Seibertronians, hot on the heels of the product galleries, site owner Seibertron has uploaded a video of coverage of the Robots in Disguise product display from the Toy Fair to the site's YouTube account. Check it out, and leave your comments below.
The platinum line was well represented today at the New York Toy Fair with even a surprise or two. For instance, there will actually be a Transformers Platinum Robots in Disguise set. Better than that it will include the previously Takara Exclusive Battle Grimlock which was a heavy retool of FOC Grimlock. It also includes the standard Bumblebee deluxe toy which sports a different deco than the Hasbro retail version. You can see live images of them on the showroom floor here.
The other platinum set shown was the Cyclonus, Scourge and Sweep set made up of the Universe/Gnerations molds. Cyclonus seems to have a new gun rather than his target master. All three have parts made up of clear plastic. Let us know what you think of the official images below!
Fellow Seibertronians, courtesy of site owner Seibertron, we have the Titans Return Photogallery for your viewing pleasure
New Titans Return products were on display including the massive Fortress Maximus, Mindwipe, Wheelie, Rumble, Soundwave, Powermaster Optimus Prime, Blurr, Combiner Wars Victorion and plenty more!
We've posted some of the pictures below, and you can check out the galleries Here, and you can see the Titans Return Official Products Photogallery also. Let us know what you think of these new editions to the Titans Return line in the comments below.
Hasbro has released official images (3-D renders) of the new Titans Return toys revealed today at Toy Fair. While Fortress Maximus was already seen in the investors presentation, as well as on Instagram, we now have a slew of images showcasing all his modes and heads: Cerebros and Emissary.
Fortress Maximus is indeed a retool of Metroplex and it shows most in vehicle mold since it is not the city most were hoping, but rather a very flat area with little elevation. Also, the legs and groin area turns out to be the reverse of that same area of Metroplex (where the back is now the front). He is not shown with a sword, meaning that the sword edition will be limited.
We also have the Legends class figures, Laserbeak using the Buzzsaw mold, Rumble using the Rewind mold, and Wheelie who is a totally new mold.
Lastly for now, since we do not have the voyagers yet, we have the deluxes who are:
Blurr with Hyperfire
Scourge and Fracas
Chromedome comes with Stylor
Mindwipe and Vorath, Vorath hangs upside down inside of Mindwipe
That Chromedome mold looks a lot like the Dead End mold at the arms section yet everything else looks very different. Let us know if it looks like a totally new mold to you or a heavy retool instead.
Fellow Seibertronians, courtesy of fellow user Cyberpath, we have been alerted to the reveal of Fortress Maximus that posted on the transformersofficial instagram account. While it is cleverly comprised of 12 separate images, Cyberpath also pointed us towards a collage that unites the entire image of Fort Max, which has been mirrored below. Check it out, and let us know what you think in the comments below.
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