New Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy versions

Transformers News: New Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy versions

Wednesday, August 14th, 2013 1:41AM CDT

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Ryan has been working on stop on new galleries for everyone to enjoy, and we have three which are actually another fifteen uploaded! Please feast your eyes on three incarnations of Generations FoC Bruticus: Retail version, exclusive G2 deco and the Takara Tomy metal paint job! And don't forget to check out the SDCC exclusive Bruticus one, too.
Click on any of the images below to access the full galleries.

Transformers Generations Bruticus

NewSeibertron Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy

NewSeibertron Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy

NewSeibertron Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy


Transformers Generations Onslaught

NewSeibertron Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy


Transformers Generations Vortex

NewSeibertron Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy


Transformers Generations Blast Off

NewSeibertron Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy


Transformers Generations Swindle

NewSeibertron Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy


Transformers Generations Brawl

NewSeibertron Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy


Fall of Cybertron Bruticus (G2)

NewSeibertron Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy

NewSeibertron Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy

NewSeibertron Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy

NewSeibertron Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy

NewSeibertron Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy

NewSeibertron Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy


Fall of Cybertron Onslaught (G2)

NewSeibertron Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy


Fall of Cybertron Vortex (G2)

NewSeibertron Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy


Fall of Cybertron Blast Off (G2)

NewSeibertron Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy


Fall of Cybertron Swindle (G2)

NewSeibertron Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy


Fall of Cybertron Brawl (G2)

NewSeibertron Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy


Fall of Cybertron Bruticus

NewSeibertron Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy

NewSeibertron Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy


Fall of Cybertron Onslaught

NewSeibertron Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy


Fall of Cybertron Vortex

NewSeibertron Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy


Fall of Cybertron Blast Off

NewSeibertron Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy


Fall of Cybertron Swindle

NewSeibertron Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy


Fall of Cybertron Brawl

NewSeibertron Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy
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Re: New Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy versions (1511711)
Posted by Sabrblade on August 14th, 2013 @ 10:25am CDT
Technically, though the molds did originate from the Generations toyline, the only indication of which toyline the G2-decoed set was released in given by the packaging is the classic "Generation 2" toyline.

Which was enough for TFWiki to consider these toys of the G1/G2 Combaticon characters instead of the WFC/FOC/Aligned Combaticon characters. ;)
Re: New Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy versions (1511714)
Posted by BATTLEMASTER IIC on August 14th, 2013 @ 10:32am CDT
Thanks for the galleries. It turns out I've been mistransforming the arm mode for Vortex, so now it looks a lot better!

I'm tempted to pick up the Wreckers, but I don't think I like the molds that much.
Re: New Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy versions (1511715)
Posted by JelZe GoldRabbit on August 14th, 2013 @ 10:36am CDT
Sabrblade wrote:Technically, though the molds did originate from the Generations toyline, the only indication of which toyline the G2-decoed set was released in given by the packaging is the classic "Generation 2" toyline.


You just had to say it, didn't you? :lol:
Re: New Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy versions (1511720)
Posted by SW's SilverHammer on August 14th, 2013 @ 10:58am CDT
Although by most standards the Takara set has the best color scheme, and i'd agree with anyone who said that. However, my personal favorite of the Brutici (Brticuses?)Is the horrible, 90's-tastic G2 set :lol:
Re: New Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy versions (1511725)
Posted by Seibertron on August 14th, 2013 @ 11:43am CDT
Sabrblade wrote:Technically, though the molds did originate from the Generations toyline, the only indication of which toyline the G2-decoed set was released in given by the packaging is the classic "Generation 2" toyline.

Which was enough for TFWiki to consider these toys of the G1/G2 Combaticon characters instead of the WFC/FOC/Aligned Combaticon characters. ;)


They're Fall of Cybertron toys, as indicated by them being a game tie-in for the exclusive Amazon.com version of the game.

Because of these being in G2 packaging, these galleries all show up in the G2 gallery section as well as the Fall of Cybertron and Generations sections: http://www.seibertron.com/transformers/toys/series/g2/18/
Re: New Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy versions (1511726)
Posted by Seibertron on August 14th, 2013 @ 11:45am CDT
SW's SilverHammer wrote:Although by most standards the Takara set has the best color scheme, and i'd agree with anyone who said that. However, my personal favorite of the Brutici (Brticuses?)Is the horrible, 90's-tastic G2 set :lol:


Same here. That set is just crazy. The replica G2 packaging is amazing. I don't think replicating the exact style of old school packaging has been done before (minus some of the reissues but that doesn't really count since this is a new toy but done in 20 year old style packaging complete with new old school artwork). Kudos to Hasbro for going the extra mile for that set. I think that's the kind of thing that I'd love to see Fun Pub do for some future exclusives.
Re: New Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy versions (1511736)
Posted by SW's SilverHammer on August 14th, 2013 @ 12:55pm CDT
Seibertron wrote:
SW's SilverHammer wrote:Although by most standards the Takara set has the best color scheme, and i'd agree with anyone who said that. However, my personal favorite of the Brutici (Brticuses?)Is the horrible, 90's-tastic G2 set :lol:


Same here. That set is just crazy. The replica G2 packaging is amazing. I don't think replicating the exact style of old school packaging has been done before (minus some of the reissues but that doesn't really count since this is a new toy but done in 20 year old style packaging complete with new old school artwork). Kudos to Hasbro for going the extra mile for that set. I think that's the kind of thing that I'd love to see Fun Pub do for some future exclusives.


The amount of time and detail spent on the packaging is almost obscene. I dare say they spent at least as much time getting everything for the box art as they did producing the figure. I believe there was a statement at one of the cons where the FOC G2 set was announced, where they said they got one of the original artists who did the g1 and/or g2 box art's to do the gift set's art. :-?
Re: New Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy versions (1511739)
Posted by Seibertron on August 14th, 2013 @ 1:01pm CDT
SW's SilverHammer wrote:
Seibertron wrote:
SW's SilverHammer wrote:Although by most standards the Takara set has the best color scheme, and i'd agree with anyone who said that. However, my personal favorite of the Brutici (Brticuses?)Is the horrible, 90's-tastic G2 set :lol:


Same here. That set is just crazy. The replica G2 packaging is amazing. I don't think replicating the exact style of old school packaging has been done before (minus some of the reissues but that doesn't really count since this is a new toy but done in 20 year old style packaging complete with new old school artwork). Kudos to Hasbro for going the extra mile for that set. I think that's the kind of thing that I'd love to see Fun Pub do for some future exclusives.


The amount of time and detail spent on the packaging is almost obscene. I dare say they spent at least as much time getting everything for the box art as they did producing the figure. I believe there was a statement at one of the cons where the FOC G2 set was announced, where they said they got one of the original artists who did the g1 and/or g2 box art's to do the gift set's art. :-?


I can confirm that's true, but I don't recall where they officially said it at. I think they said that at SDCC 2012. I thought it was in my interview with them at http://www.seibertron.com/transformers/ ... oin/25465/ but apparently not, so they must have said it in the panel.
Re: New Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy versions (1512115)
Posted by Dead Metal on August 16th, 2013 @ 3:25am CDT
I really, really don't like any of these.

The only version worth having is the G2 version, and then only MISB. That box is fantastic and so very nostalgic. There seems to be more effort put into the G2 boy than the actual molds themselves.
Re: New Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy versions (1512287)
Posted by Dr Va'al on August 17th, 2013 @ 4:51am CDT
Ryan has been working on some more galleries over the last few days, and we can finally add two more to the ever-growing Seibertron database: Generations Deluxe Hoist and Thundercracker! Check out some images below, and click on them for the full galleries - and don't forget to check out the previous Generations Spotlight toys too.


Generations Hoist








Generations Thundercracker





Re: New Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy versions (1512303)
Posted by Seibertron on August 17th, 2013 @ 8:14am CDT
Thanks Va'al!

I added a few pictures this morning to Hoist's gallery. I forgot to do some pics of Hoist with his buddy Grapple (*ahem* Solar Storm Grappel) so those pics were added early this morning. Enjoy!



Re: New Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy versions (1512310)
Posted by Rated X on August 17th, 2013 @ 8:53am CDT
Looks great. But that add on set is really gonna help Hoist ;)
Re: New Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy versions (1512326)
Posted by ~Oceans Moons~ on August 17th, 2013 @ 11:28am CDT
Finally a Hoist figure! Now I will wait for Hound. Please Hasbro release a new Hound figure.
Re: New Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy versions (1512327)
Posted by Mkall on August 17th, 2013 @ 11:30am CDT
I'm more interested in Hoist than I am Trailbreaker. He just looks awesome.
Re: New Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy versions (1512340)
Posted by Mindmaster on August 17th, 2013 @ 1:04pm CDT
I need them. Thundercracker especially.

As much as I want these out now, hopefully it will be another month or two down the road before they pop up. I have yet to see the first wave of the Generations: Thrilling 30 toys.
Re: New Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy versions (1512341)
Posted by Seibertron on August 17th, 2013 @ 1:08pm CDT
~Oceans Moons~ wrote:Finally a Hoist figure! Now I will wait for Hound. Please Hasbro release a new Hound figure.


Welcome to Seibertron.com, ~Oceans Moons~! Hasbro released a Hound figure about 5 years ago.

Re: New Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy versions (1512342)
Posted by JelZe GoldRabbit on August 17th, 2013 @ 1:10pm CDT
~Oceans Moons~ wrote:Finally a Hoist figure! Now I will wait for Hound. Please Hasbro release a new Hound figure.


There already is one, in two flavors:



Left is US Universe 2008 Hound, Right is Henkei Hound.
Re: New Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy versions (1512348)
Posted by Metrosuplex on August 17th, 2013 @ 1:44pm CDT
Anyone disappointed by Trailbreaker? I love the mold design, but the transformation kind of sucks. :BANG_HEAD: It's too tight, and doesn't transform all that clean. Not to mention the general small-ness of the truck. :roll: It's really too bad Trailbreaker couldn't be released years ago, and slightly larger.

But anyway, it does not transform well for me. The arms don't seem to tuck into the truck too well. #-o
Re: New Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy versions (1512351)
Posted by Metrosuplex on August 17th, 2013 @ 2:02pm CDT
JelZe GoldRabbit wrote:
~Oceans Moons~ wrote:Finally a Hoist figure! Now I will wait for Hound. Please Hasbro release a new Hound figure.


There already is one, in two flavors:


Maybe he wants a Commander-class hound? With the new scale on Megatron and Starscream, everything is just screwed up... :BANG_HEAD:

I'm not a big fan of the new scale... It does not merge well with the old toys. #-o
Re: New Galleries: Generations FOC Bruticus - Retail, G2 and Takara Tomy versions (1512356)
Posted by RAcast on August 17th, 2013 @ 2:57pm CDT
Metrosuplex wrote:
JelZe GoldRabbit wrote:
~Oceans Moons~ wrote:Finally a Hoist figure! Now I will wait for Hound. Please Hasbro release a new Hound figure.


There already is one, in two flavors:


Maybe he wants a Commander-class hound? With the new scale on Megatron and Starscream, everything is just screwed up... :BANG_HEAD:

I'm not a big fan of the new scale... It does not merge well with the old toys. #-o

The Seekers do just fine, since the Classics Seekers are so short anyway. :lol:

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