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Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons

Transformers News: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons

Saturday, May 14th, 2022 11:23AM CDT

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We saw the process for Victory Saber so far. They showed us the tooling process and now we have the engineering pilot for the figure. Meaning this has the plastic that would be used in the final product. Of course, since this is a pilot (prototype), it can change, that's the point. But this is close to the final version enough that Hasbro is taking the opportunity to run through it with us with a 42 minute video, showing us all the features of the toy. Hopefully you reserved your copy already because at the current prices, it's looking more and more like a bargain everyday and it will surely be a hot commodity once released.

Friend of the site Hellscream9999 gave us a quick rundown of the more notable aspects in case you don't have 42 minutes.

Hellscream9999 wrote:The big takeaways for me were the fact that wing saber has double butterfly joints at the shoulder and an ab crunch. He can store the sword blade in his calf, and all the accessories can store fairly cleanly in all modes. Victory leo combines with star saber via a 5mm port and can therefore be attached to any figure with a 5mm port on their back (gives big cybertron wingsaber vibes) I also greatly appreciate how they designed the brainmaster figures, I thought it was very clever.

Of note, the guy said that the lion shoes could only combine with star saber "for now" meaning they might have another figure in the works that will be combatable with Victory Leo




Transformers News: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons

Transformers News: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons

Transformers News: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons

Transformers News: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons

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Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133526)
Posted by Sabrblade on May 14th, 2022 @ 11:25am CDT
william-james88 wrote:
Sabrblade wrote:"Wing Saber"?


Yeah?

I mean, I get the reference, do you not?
He called the toy "Wing Saber".
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133529)
Posted by william-james88 on May 14th, 2022 @ 12:08pm CDT
Sabrblade wrote:
william-james88 wrote:
Sabrblade wrote:"Wing Saber"?


Yeah?

I mean, I get the reference, do you not?
He called the toy "Wing Saber".


Is that not what the Cybertron toy is called?
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133534)
Posted by chuckdawg1999 on May 14th, 2022 @ 1:01pm CDT
I had to split watching the video over two days because I was getting angrier with each minute. I am NOT happy with what I saw. I was going into detail on Twitter but here are the bullet points:

-The sword blade HAS to store in the back, that is an iconic part of the character and original toy. The blade also looks WAY too short.

-The hilt is ok for toy accuracy but way too big for anime, also I still don't think the sword will be able to be held in animation style accurately, not enough clearance in the forearms. The MP covered this by including a smaller hilt that looks and works great.

-Unpegging the arms don't make them butterfly joints, you're just undoing the transformation for it to work.

-They ruined the head gimmick, I'm pretty sure the Robot Master and/or the Candy Toy kit worked out a way to have the helmet attach and turn, the MP did this perfectly.

-They ruined the Brainmaster gimmick on Saber, I hope the final piece isn't clear plastic or that's just going to start a clock on the life of this figure.

Victory Leo looks really, really good and is the best part of the set.

If this was a mass retail toy then I would say it'll be one of the best, if not the best toys ever made, but seeing as how this is a crowdfunded, made-to-order collector's item it needed to be way, way better. Unfortunately, it's too late now. At least we're finally getting a stand to use with other figures.
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133544)
Posted by GrangerPerry on May 14th, 2022 @ 2:15pm CDT
I bought Unicron because it honestly felt like a figure of such magnitude would be impossible to create outside of crowdfunding. But this is odd I feel a re release of masterpiece star saber and then crowdfunding masterpiece Victory Leo would have made more sense. This just seems like a standard toy you find at Walmart even with additional paint apps added to the final
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133545)
Posted by ZeroWolf on May 14th, 2022 @ 2:21pm CDT
GrangerPerry wrote:I bought Unicron because it honestly felt like a figure of such magnitude would be impossible to create outside of crowdfunding. But this is odd I feel a re release of masterpiece star saber and then crowdfunding masterpiece Victory Leo would have made more sense. This just seems like a standard toy you find at Walmart even with additional paint apps added to the final

Why would Hasbro re-release something that Takara did? This is purely Hasbro's baby and is Generations styling. I doubt they would have been brave enough to try a retail CC release of Star Saber, besides, this way offers no risk to Hasbro.
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133546)
Posted by cloudballoon on May 14th, 2022 @ 2:31pm CDT
chuckdawg1999 wrote:If this was a mass retail toy then I would say it'll be one of the best, if not the best toys ever made, but seeing as how this is a crowdfunded, made-to-order collector's item it needed to be way, way better. Unfortunately, it's too late now. At least we're finally getting a stand to use with other figures.



It's no excuse for a HasLab project, but the rumors/speculations were what this is a "water testing" project to gauge interest in N. America of Japanese TF characters in a mass retail market/budget down the road. HasLab was the platform Hasbro chose to do this with the least risk. That's why the mold is very mass retail in terms of design. But they increased the paint app budget.

I do think the theory is more likely than not credible for this HasLab VS project's intent. In that light, all the maddening stuffs you mentioned are understandable. Otherwise, they could've go for a HasLab Primus/Cybertron after Unicorn (Or maybe that'll never happen considering Unicorn almost couldn't be funded).

American funders had it (relatively) good. Hasbro's not asking that much more than a mass retail price considering what we're getting (with all the extra Tier unlocks). We in Canada have to pay for expensive extra shipping (comes out to $237.28USD total), we're in even more pain than you guys in the US of A.
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133547)
Posted by SpaceEagle on May 14th, 2022 @ 2:47pm CDT
This video is making me very excited to finally get the figures in hand. I'm glad I backed this!
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133549)
Posted by -Kanrabat- on May 14th, 2022 @ 3:10pm CDT
cloudballoon wrote: We in Canada have to pay for expensive extra shipping (comes out to $237.28USD total), we're in even more pain than you guys in the US of A.


Not that painful especially if we buy two. Plus the total price is around the same as your average titan before the prices increase.
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133551)
Posted by Wolfman Jake on May 14th, 2022 @ 3:46pm CDT
Interestingly enough, they seem to have used one of the "test shots" of Earthrise Optimus Prime for these comparison shots with this colored engineering prototype. Note the blue biceps, gray hands, and yellow eyes.
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133552)
Posted by blackeyedprime on May 14th, 2022 @ 3:51pm CDT
ZeroWolf wrote:
GrangerPerry wrote:I bought Unicron because it honestly felt like a figure of such magnitude would be impossible to create outside of crowdfunding. But this is odd I feel a re release of masterpiece star saber and then crowdfunding masterpiece Victory Leo would have made more sense. This just seems like a standard toy you find at Walmart even with additional paint apps added to the final

Why would Hasbro re-release something that Takara did? This is purely Hasbro's baby and is Generations styling. I doubt they would have been brave enough to try a retail CC release of Star Saber, besides, this way offers no risk to Hasbro.


Why wouldn't they? Wasn't they going to do that with mp beast wars megatron....



Way too small for my liking plus Leo is too short. Pretty good but def not a mini mp. Even if third party's oversize it might as well stick to the mp.
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133557)
Posted by ZeroWolf on May 14th, 2022 @ 5:24pm CDT
blackeyedprime wrote:
ZeroWolf wrote:
GrangerPerry wrote:I bought Unicron because it honestly felt like a figure of such magnitude would be impossible to create outside of crowdfunding. But this is odd I feel a re release of masterpiece star saber and then crowdfunding masterpiece Victory Leo would have made more sense. This just seems like a standard toy you find at Walmart even with additional paint apps added to the final

Why would Hasbro re-release something that Takara did? This is purely Hasbro's baby and is Generations styling. I doubt they would have been brave enough to try a retail CC release of Star Saber, besides, this way offers no risk to Hasbro.


Why wouldn't they? Wasn't they going to do that with mp beast wars megatron....



Way too small for my liking plus Leo is too short. Pretty good but def not a mini mp. Even if third party's oversize it might as well stick to the mp.

Easy, because this is all hasbro, thus all proceeds go to Hasbro. Masterpieces are Takara's baby. Also too small? This victory Saber looks big enough, he wasn't massive as Liokaiser was bigger then him.
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133561)
Posted by Sabrblade on May 14th, 2022 @ 5:47pm CDT
william-james88 wrote:
Sabrblade wrote:
william-james88 wrote:
Sabrblade wrote:"Wing Saber"?


Yeah?

I mean, I get the reference, do you not?
He called the toy "Wing Saber".


Is that not what the Cybertron toy is called?
Not that, the HasLab toy.
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133563)
Posted by GrangerPerry on May 14th, 2022 @ 5:57pm CDT
ZeroWolf wrote:
blackeyedprime wrote:
ZeroWolf wrote:
GrangerPerry wrote:I bought Unicron because it honestly felt like a figure of such magnitude would be impossible to create outside of crowdfunding. But this is odd I feel a re release of masterpiece star saber and then crowdfunding masterpiece Victory Leo would have made more sense. This just seems like a standard toy you find at Walmart even with additional paint apps added to the final

Why would Hasbro re-release something that Takara did? This is purely Hasbro's baby and is Generations styling. I doubt they would have been brave enough to try a retail CC release of Star Saber, besides, this way offers no risk to Hasbro.


Why wouldn't they? Wasn't they going to do that with mp beast wars megatron....



Way too small for my liking plus Leo is too short. Pretty good but def not a mini mp. Even if third party's oversize it might as well stick to the mp.

Easy, because this is all hasbro, thus all proceeds go to Hasbro. Masterpieces are Takara's baby. Also too small? This victory Saber looks big enough, he wasn't massive as Liokaiser was bigger then him.


Hasbro released dozens of Masterpiece figures before the agreement to sell Takara figures directly in the same packaging overseas. And Hasbro has been designing Masterpiece Bayformers so it wouldn’t be surprising if they re released MP Star Saber and crowdfunded an MP Victory Leo. I’m not saying it’s a bad figure I think it looks cool I just feel it’s more in line with something anyone can pick up while running errands on the weekend not something exclusive like a 20 pound 3 foot tall behemoth.
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133567)
Posted by ZeroWolf on May 14th, 2022 @ 7:38pm CDT
GrangerPerry wrote:
ZeroWolf wrote:
blackeyedprime wrote:
ZeroWolf wrote:
GrangerPerry wrote:I bought Unicron because it honestly felt like a figure of such magnitude would be impossible to create outside of crowdfunding. But this is odd I feel a re release of masterpiece star saber and then crowdfunding masterpiece Victory Leo would have made more sense. This just seems like a standard toy you find at Walmart even with additional paint apps added to the final

Why would Hasbro re-release something that Takara did? This is purely Hasbro's baby and is Generations styling. I doubt they would have been brave enough to try a retail CC release of Star Saber, besides, this way offers no risk to Hasbro.


Why wouldn't they? Wasn't they going to do that with mp beast wars megatron....



Way too small for my liking plus Leo is too short. Pretty good but def not a mini mp. Even if third party's oversize it might as well stick to the mp.

Easy, because this is all hasbro, thus all proceeds go to Hasbro. Masterpieces are Takara's baby. Also too small? This victory Saber looks big enough, he wasn't massive as Liokaiser was bigger then him.


Hasbro released dozens of Masterpiece figures before the agreement to sell Takara figures directly in the same packaging overseas. And Hasbro has been designing Masterpiece Bayformers so it wouldn’t be surprising if they re released MP Star Saber and crowdfunded an MP Victory Leo. I’m not saying it’s a bad figure I think it looks cool I just feel it’s more in line with something anyone can pick up while running errands on the weekend not something exclusive like a 20 pound 3 foot tall behemoth.

My point was more that this was Hasbro's baby exclusively through money via haslab, unlike masterpieces (the non-mpm stuff which has to go through Takara.)

In any case, if hasbro had believed this could sell at retail they would have done it, but as the theory goes, this was a test to see the fan demand for representation of Japanese G1. What better way then fans putting money where their mouths are with the haslab system.
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133572)
Posted by Flashwave on May 15th, 2022 @ 1:01am CDT
GrangerPerry wrote:I bought Unicron because it honestly felt like a figure of such magnitude would be impossible to create outside of crowdfunding. But this is odd I feel a re release of masterpiece star saber and then crowdfunding masterpiece Victory Leo would have made more sense. This just seems like a standard toy you find at Walmart even with additional paint apps added to the final
blackeyedprime wrote:
ZeroWolf wrote:
GrangerPerry wrote:I bought Unicron because it honestly felt like a figure of such magnitude would be impossible to create outside of crowdfunding. But this is odd I feel a re release of masterpiece star saber and then crowdfunding masterpiece Victory Leo would have made more sense. This just seems like a standard toy you find at Walmart even with additional paint apps added to the final

Why would Hasbro re-release something that Takara did? This is purely Hasbro's baby and is Generations styling. I doubt they would have been brave enough to try a retail CC release of Star Saber, besides, this way offers no risk to Hasbro.


Why wouldn't they? Wasn't they going to do that with mp beast wars megatron....



Way too small for my liking plus Leo is too short. Pretty good but def not a mini mp. Even if third party's oversize it might as well stick to the mp.


So I have the MP. This is what I wanted, not another Masterpiece. The MP Star Saber is too dang big to fit into a CHUG shelf. It's not far off asthetically, but the sheer bulk of it, he should not be able to ab crunch Skyfire and he looks like he could.

This toy is not perfect; I agree with many of Chuckdawgs gripes, but where I lose track is the idea that this was going to be anything other than a Generations Star Saber. The first giveaway was the fact that they priced this as a Titan at what is estimated to be a third to a quarter of the average production run. The final sales number blew out that threshold so the data skews somewhat on the final balance, but the important fact is that they budgeted for 10k units at what was it 193? Yes, they could have made MP2.0 Victory Saber and it would have e cost $400 and done all of what the original MP did but I feel like ot was very clear from the get go they wanted to make a more budget accessible, (realizing that Ha a Lab is not an accessable platform) Generations style Victory Saber.

So I am happy with the sword stowing on the back and the blade having to go somewhere else if it was sacrificed to make the toy work better, which it seems it was. I would have liked a second sword blade that was longer.

I am growing weary of these bellbottom sleeved robots that cannot hold their weapons the right way, Siege Ultra Magnus.

I would not have minded Star Saber being slightly taller, in order to make Saber slightly bigger. I want to see him with the Earthrise Seekers because I am totally doing a dogfight scene and I worry he is going to be tiny.

I actually expected Leo to be closer to Leader than he is, and NY rights he should be closer to Star Saber in height, but I like what we are getting here. I do feel like a flip up 5mm peg in the platform shoes mode to allow him to weaponize would not ha e gone amiss, might have been able to further secure the combination joint, and stow out of the way if not. Likewise, if they had put some 5mm ports in the lion paws then we would have e had two more ports on Victory Sabers back for storage and I could put blast effects in the paws like he is flying in Lion Mode Voltron style. Is it too late to change the tooling?

I really don't care about the whole Brainmaster thing. The detachable head is not my fave, but I don't really care either. I hope Chuck is wrong about that plastic being on a clock.

My OCD wants the V Lock Cannon to mount symmetrically. Maybe I can belly mount it with the stand hole?

And to echo Chuckdawg; if you have to design the shoulders rjoint to come apart so he can two hand his sword then so be it, but detaching his shoulder does not a butterfly joint make.
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133573)
Posted by GrangerPerry on May 15th, 2022 @ 2:37am CDT
So far Haslab has crowdfunded the main antagonist of the first movie and the final leader of the g1 autobots. I just hope we’re not seeing a trend starting where they hold off on the key characters to get your money early. If Legacy Deathsaurus gets announced the aftermarket price is doubling immediately
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133574)
Posted by ZeroWolf on May 15th, 2022 @ 3:09am CDT
GrangerPerry wrote:So far Haslab has crowdfunded the main antagonist of the first movie and the final leader of the g1 autobots. I just hope we’re not seeing a trend starting where they hold off on the key characters to get your money early. If Legacy Deathsaurus gets announced the aftermarket price is doubling immediately

Dai Atlas was the final leader of the autobots in JG1 Animated fiction (Star Convoy took over from him in the non-animated continuation)

As for Deathsarus, someone on the design team was really pushing for him back in power of the primes...
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133576)
Posted by blackeyedprime on May 15th, 2022 @ 5:49am CDT
Flashwave wrote:So I have the MP. This is what I wanted


I have the MP and this is not what I wanted :)

I think MP looks fine on a Chug shelf next to Jetfire especially with similar height to the G1 Starconvoy toy.

Glad there are those out there that like it -though I will be forever confused why they didnt buy the MP when it was hanging around cheap or a KO which hung around even longer. If the brainmaster was titan master sized and everything scaled up to match -with Leo being same height as Starsaber then maybe this toy might not seem as superfluous to me.
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133584)
Posted by Emerje on May 15th, 2022 @ 8:16am CDT
GrangerPerry wrote:Hasbro released dozens of Masterpiece figures before the agreement to sell Takara figures directly in the same packaging overseas. And Hasbro has been designing Masterpiece Bayformers so it wouldn’t be surprising if they re released MP Star Saber and crowdfunded an MP Victory Leo.

Yeah, it would be surprising. Even when Hasbro was doing their own color versions of MPs before simply importing TT's releases they almost always used molds that were actively being used by TT, they rarely (if ever) pulled out a mold for their own use. Since Hasbro's only involvement with Masterpiece designing is MPM it would be weird for them to suddenly decide to finish something Takara Tomy started. So there's no real reason to think they'd just randomly use the Star Saber mold when TT isn't actively doing the same and had no intention of doing the figure in the first place (it won a poll).

Emerje
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133585)
Posted by ZeroWolf on May 15th, 2022 @ 8:23am CDT
Emerje wrote:
GrangerPerry wrote:Hasbro released dozens of Masterpiece figures before the agreement to sell Takara figures directly in the same packaging overseas. And Hasbro has been designing Masterpiece Bayformers so it wouldn’t be surprising if they re released MP Star Saber and crowdfunded an MP Victory Leo.

Yeah, it would be surprising. Even when Hasbro was doing their own color versions of MPs before simply importing TT's releases they almost always used molds that were actively being used by TT, they rarely (if ever) pulled out a mold for their own use. Since Hasbro's only involvement with Masterpiece designing is MPM it would be weird for them to suddenly decide to finish something Takara Tomy started. So there's no real reason to think they'd just randomly use the Star Saber mold when TT isn't actively doing the same and had no intention of doing the figure in the first place (it won a poll).

Emerje

I was thinking of that poll the other day, did they do a breakdown of who got what votes?
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133587)
Posted by Emerje on May 15th, 2022 @ 8:42am CDT
ZeroWolf wrote:I was thinking of that poll the other day, did they do a breakdown of who got what votes?

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Note that only three figures on that poll even got MPs despite Armada Prime placing second.

Emerje
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133588)
Posted by Sabrblade on May 15th, 2022 @ 8:44am CDT
ZeroWolf wrote:I was thinking of that poll the other day, did they do a breakdown of who got what votes?
This Japanese blog is the only place I could find that still has pics of all eleven commanders with their voting percentages.
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133592)
Posted by megatronus on May 15th, 2022 @ 9:35am CDT
ZeroWolf wrote:Easy, because this is all hasbro, thus all proceeds go to Hasbro. Masterpieces are Takara's baby.

Factually incorrect. Takara gets a cut of ALL transforming toys Hasbro makes.
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133593)
Posted by megatronus on May 15th, 2022 @ 9:38am CDT
Flashwave wrote:And to echo Chuckdawg; if you have to design the shoulders rjoint to come apart so he can two hand his sword then so be it, but detaching his shoulder does not a butterfly joint make.

Disagree. We're getting into semantics, but the joint is about the movement. If designing the joint in that way allows for that movement, it's a butterfly.
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133594)
Posted by megatronus on May 15th, 2022 @ 9:45am CDT
It's exasperating when folks zero in on the "it HAS to be THIS way" flavor of critique. It risks coming off as entitled, and misses the forest for the trees.

Watching the video, I thought 2 things:

1. This toy was well worth the price of entry.

2. It's going to be a heck of a lot of fun.

Therefore, I am excited. >:oP
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133596)
Posted by First-Aid on May 15th, 2022 @ 10:56am CDT
megatronus wrote:It's exasperating when folks zero in on the "it HAS to be THIS way" flavor of critique. It risks coming off as entitled, and misses the forest for the trees.


I think Transfans rank second only to Star Wars fans for whiny-ness if things aren't EXACTLY the way they should be...aka not G1 enough.

I agree. This looks like it's going to be a fun figure. And honestly, the price point isn't that far off based on its size. One figure is pretty much Commander class sized and the other is Leader class sized...PLUS you get a small deluxe. So Commander at $80, Leader at $55, and deluxe at $25. The total is is $160 and we invested $190. That's perfect...the extra is for custom packaging.
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133597)
Posted by ZeroWolf on May 15th, 2022 @ 11:22am CDT
megatronus wrote:
ZeroWolf wrote:Easy, because this is all hasbro, thus all proceeds go to Hasbro. Masterpieces are Takara's baby.

Factually incorrect. Takara gets a cut of ALL transforming toys Hasbro makes.

True, but I'd imagine more proceeds would go into Tamara's pocket of they were reissuing then simply going this route where takara will be getting the bare minimum owed.
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133598)
Posted by william-james88 on May 15th, 2022 @ 11:30am CDT
ZeroWolf wrote:
megatronus wrote:
ZeroWolf wrote:Easy, because this is all hasbro, thus all proceeds go to Hasbro. Masterpieces are Takara's baby.

Factually incorrect. Takara gets a cut of ALL transforming toys Hasbro makes.

True, but I'd imagine more proceeds would go into Tamara's pocket of they were reissuing then simply going this route where takara will be getting the bare minimum owed.


What does my ex have to do with this? I can confirm, she gets no money from Hasbro.
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133600)
Posted by o.supreme on May 15th, 2022 @ 12:00pm CDT
Texting autocorrect:The solution, and cause of all our problems. ;)
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133601)
Posted by sol magnus on May 15th, 2022 @ 12:03pm CDT
First-Aid wrote:
megatronus wrote:It's exasperating when folks zero in on the "it HAS to be THIS way" flavor of critique. It risks coming off as entitled, and misses the forest for the trees.


I think Transfans rank second only to Star Wars fans for whiny-ness if things aren't EXACTLY the way they should be...aka not G1 enough.

I agree. This looks like it's going to be a fun figure. And honestly, the price point isn't that far off based on its size. One figure is pretty much Commander class sized and the other is Leader class sized...PLUS you get a small deluxe. So Commander at $80, Leader at $55, and deluxe at $25. The total is is $160 and we invested $190. That's perfect...the extra is for custom packaging.

Nope. Third. G.I. Joe fans are far worse than Transformers fans, and it makes sense to a degree. Marvel Legends fans are probably about even.
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133610)
Posted by Sabrblade on May 15th, 2022 @ 1:25pm CDT
sol magnus wrote:
First-Aid wrote:
megatronus wrote:It's exasperating when folks zero in on the "it HAS to be THIS way" flavor of critique. It risks coming off as entitled, and misses the forest for the trees.


I think Transfans rank second only to Star Wars fans for whiny-ness if things aren't EXACTLY the way they should be...aka not G1 enough.

I agree. This looks like it's going to be a fun figure. And honestly, the price point isn't that far off based on its size. One figure is pretty much Commander class sized and the other is Leader class sized...PLUS you get a small deluxe. So Commander at $80, Leader at $55, and deluxe at $25. The total is is $160 and we invested $190. That's perfect...the extra is for custom packaging.

Nope. Third. G.I. Joe fans are far worse than Transformers fans, and it makes sense to a degree. Marvel Legends fans are probably about even.
What about Sonic fans? Or Thomas fans? ;)

(Though, the latter's constant complaints are arguably justified.)
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133613)
Posted by ZeroWolf on May 15th, 2022 @ 3:13pm CDT
Sabrblade wrote:
sol magnus wrote:
First-Aid wrote:
megatronus wrote:It's exasperating when folks zero in on the "it HAS to be THIS way" flavor of critique. It risks coming off as entitled, and misses the forest for the trees.


I think Transfans rank second only to Star Wars fans for whiny-ness if things aren't EXACTLY the way they should be...aka not G1 enough.

I agree. This looks like it's going to be a fun figure. And honestly, the price point isn't that far off based on its size. One figure is pretty much Commander class sized and the other is Leader class sized...PLUS you get a small deluxe. So Commander at $80, Leader at $55, and deluxe at $25. The total is is $160 and we invested $190. That's perfect...the extra is for custom packaging.

Nope. Third. G.I. Joe fans are far worse than Transformers fans, and it makes sense to a degree. Marvel Legends fans are probably about even.
What about Sonic fans? Or Thomas fans? ;)

(Though, the latter's constant complaints are arguably justified.)

I'm morbidly curious as to what the Thomas fans would even complain about...

Also Tamara/ Takara, goddammit auto-correct, you are my eternal foe...

Anyhow...I realised I hadn't commented on the video, can't say I dislike what I'm seeing. I do live for behind the scenes stuff like this and wish they'd do it for the other lines. Stat Saber looks good to me, and was what I was expecting.
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133619)
Posted by GrangerPerry on May 15th, 2022 @ 3:54pm CDT
sol magnus wrote:
First-Aid wrote:
megatronus wrote:It's exasperating when folks zero in on the "it HAS to be THIS way" flavor of critique. It risks coming off as entitled, and misses the forest for the trees.


I think Transfans rank second only to Star Wars fans for whiny-ness if things aren't EXACTLY the way they should be...aka not G1 enough.

I agree. This looks like it's going to be a fun figure. And honestly, the price point isn't that far off based on its size. One figure is pretty much Commander class sized and the other is Leader class sized...PLUS you get a small deluxe. So Commander at $80, Leader at $55, and deluxe at $25. The total is is $160 and we invested $190. That's perfect...the extra is for custom packaging.

Nope. Third. G.I. Joe fans are far worse than Transformers fans, and it makes sense to a degree. Marvel Legends fans are probably about even.


I find it interesting all these franchises believed to have toxic fans are all Hasbro… Is it the fans or are the fans on to something? I like the Victory Saber figure I just hope if they were doing something exclusive in the future they pick something a bit more niche for collectors. MP Star Saber was on sale for 170 for a few years so cheaper than this guy and Hasbro released first Masterpiece Firebolt the weapon master for hot rod that Takara later re released. I like when transforming joints can be used as articulation so the butterfly joint is nice. I just hope they don’t change the color scheme on everyone that paid for him already like they did Unicron
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133620)
Posted by sol magnus on May 15th, 2022 @ 4:01pm CDT
GrangerPerry wrote:
sol magnus wrote:
First-Aid wrote:
megatronus wrote:It's exasperating when folks zero in on the "it HAS to be THIS way" flavor of critique. It risks coming off as entitled, and misses the forest for the trees.


I think Transfans rank second only to Star Wars fans for whiny-ness if things aren't EXACTLY the way they should be...aka not G1 enough.

I agree. This looks like it's going to be a fun figure. And honestly, the price point isn't that far off based on its size. One figure is pretty much Commander class sized and the other is Leader class sized...PLUS you get a small deluxe. So Commander at $80, Leader at $55, and deluxe at $25. The total is is $160 and we invested $190. That's perfect...the extra is for custom packaging.

Nope. Third. G.I. Joe fans are far worse than Transformers fans, and it makes sense to a degree. Marvel Legends fans are probably about even.


I find it interesting all these franchises believed to have toxic fans are all Hasbro… Is it the fans or are the fans on to something? I like the Victory Saber figure I just hope if they were doing something exclusive in the future they pick something a bit more niche for collectors. MP Star Saber was on sale for 170 for a few years so cheaper than this guy and Hasbro released first Masterpiece Firebolt the weapon master for hot rod that Takara later re released. I like when transforming joints can be used as articulation so the butterfly joint is nice. I just hope they don’t change the color scheme on everyone that paid for him already like they did Unicron


That it's Hasbro is only tangential - I don't think it matters who makes the toys (in fact, I wasn't necessarily talking about toys in terms of Star Wars - it's everything on that front.)Marvel Legends is made by Hasbro, but I doubt it would be any different if, say, Mattel did them. 3P TF fans are just as bad as Hasbro made TF fans. G.I. Joe has figures not made by Hasbro - same thing.

I posted the link, but never commented on the video. I thought he did a great job explaining why things are or arent the way they are or arent. As far as 'what I wanted' this has pretty much made me think I'm going to keep BOTH copies I purchased, rather than sell one off - so yeah, I'm impressed. Somebody said something about the butterfly joints not being good enough, and I say nuts to that - SS can either do the double-handed sword pose - or he can't. It terms out he can, they made it so that he could very deliberately and specifically and they didn't really have to.
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133621)
Posted by ZeroWolf on May 15th, 2022 @ 4:08pm CDT
GrangerPerry wrote:
sol magnus wrote:
First-Aid wrote:
megatronus wrote:It's exasperating when folks zero in on the "it HAS to be THIS way" flavor of critique. It risks coming off as entitled, and misses the forest for the trees.


I think Transfans rank second only to Star Wars fans for whiny-ness if things aren't EXACTLY the way they should be...aka not G1 enough.

I agree. This looks like it's going to be a fun figure. And honestly, the price point isn't that far off based on its size. One figure is pretty much Commander class sized and the other is Leader class sized...PLUS you get a small deluxe. So Commander at $80, Leader at $55, and deluxe at $25. The total is is $160 and we invested $190. That's perfect...the extra is for custom packaging.

Nope. Third. G.I. Joe fans are far worse than Transformers fans, and it makes sense to a degree. Marvel Legends fans are probably about even.


I find it interesting all these franchises believed to have toxic fans are all Hasbro… Is it the fans or are the fans on to something? I like the Victory Saber figure I just hope if they were doing something exclusive in the future they pick something a bit more niche for collectors. MP Star Saber was on sale for 170 for a few years so cheaper than this guy and Hasbro released first Masterpiece Firebolt the weapon master for hot rod that Takara later re released. I like when transforming joints can be used as articulation so the butterfly joint is nice. I just hope they don’t change the color scheme on everyone that paid for him already like they did Unicron

Actually star wars is more to do with the movies, though toxic fans can be part of any fandom, so Hasbro isn't alone in this regard and isn't the bearer of all the complaints.
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133622)
Posted by william-james88 on May 15th, 2022 @ 4:28pm CDT
I hope you don't mind me messing with you writing Tamara, Zerowolf. I did have an ex called Tamara so seeing that autocorrect always makes me chuckle.
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133623)
Posted by ZeroWolf on May 15th, 2022 @ 4:33pm CDT
william-james88 wrote:I hope you don't mind me messing with you writing Tamara, Zerowolf. I did have an ex called Tamara so seeing that autocorrect always makes me chuckle.

Oh no worries about that, I'm often amused by what my phone clearly wants me to write :lol: I did wonder if she was real!
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133630)
Posted by Sabrblade on May 15th, 2022 @ 6:59pm CDT
ZeroWolf wrote:I'm morbidly curious as to what the Thomas fans would even complain about...
Oh, a number of things over the years: the Magic Railroad movie (it's mainly the non-US fans who dislike it the most) the HiT Era, the Miller Era, the BWBA Era, the BWBA movie, "Misty Island Rescue", "Day of the Diesels", the 1998 rerelease of the Railway Series books by Egmont that edited all of the artwork for the worse, the era of Mattel toys that used little-to-no paint at all on the wooden toys, Mattel's overall mistreatment of the property in general, and most recently and most notably of all: the "All Engines Go!" reboot series. ;)
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133632)
Posted by sol magnus on May 15th, 2022 @ 7:28pm CDT
Sabrblade wrote:
ZeroWolf wrote:I'm morbidly curious as to what the Thomas fans would even complain about...
Oh, a number of things over the years: the Magic Railroad movie (it's mainly the non-US fans who dislike it the most) the HiT Era, the Miller Era, the BWBA Era, the BWBA movie, "Misty Island Rescue", "Day of the Diesels", the 1998 rerelease of the Railway Series books by Egmont that edited all of the artwork for the worse, the era of Mattel toys that used little-to-no paint at all on the wooden toys, Mattel's overall mistreatment of the property in general, and most recently and most notably of all: the "All Engines Go!" reboot series. ;)

My son , 9, mentions often how he likes "Classic Thomas" over "the new Thomas" whatever that means.
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133637)
Posted by Sabrblade on May 15th, 2022 @ 8:26pm CDT
sol magnus wrote:
Sabrblade wrote:
ZeroWolf wrote:I'm morbidly curious as to what the Thomas fans would even complain about...
Oh, a number of things over the years: the Magic Railroad movie (it's mainly the non-US fans who dislike it the most) the HiT Era, the Miller Era, the BWBA Era, the BWBA movie, "Misty Island Rescue", "Day of the Diesels", the 1998 rerelease of the Railway Series books by Egmont that edited all of the artwork for the worse, the era of Mattel toys that used little-to-no paint at all on the wooden toys, Mattel's overall mistreatment of the property in general, and most recently and most notably of all: the "All Engines Go!" reboot series. ;)

My son , 9, mentions often how he likes "Classic Thomas" over "the new Thomas" whatever that means.
He is probably referring to when the show used live-action models on realistic sets instead of being all CGI-animated, or instead of the current reboot series "All Engines Go!" that looks like... this.

In a nutshell, the series started off being as realistic as possible with intelligent writing (taken straight from the books the show was based on) and quality narration (especially from Ringo Starr, George Carlin, Michael Angelis, Alec Baldwin, and even Pierce Brosnan for one of the movies) to gradually becoming dumber and dumber over time (barring a notable resurgence in quality during the middle of the CGI series--known as the "Brenner Era"--but which fell back down to dumbness afterward), until finally becoming as mind-numbingly bad as any run-of-the-mill children' series with next to no real substance at all.
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133638)
Posted by Emerje on May 15th, 2022 @ 8:39pm CDT
First-Aid wrote:I agree. This looks like it's going to be a fun figure. And honestly, the price point isn't that far off based on its size. One figure is pretty much Commander class sized and the other is Leader class sized...PLUS you get a small deluxe. So Commander at $80, Leader at $55, and deluxe at $25. The total is is $160 and we invested $190. That's perfect...the extra is for custom packaging.

Your prices don't really work. The Deluxe is part of the Commander, Star Saber doesn't exist without Saber so there is no Deluxe price point to factor in. Then you've got Hasbro saying it's two Leaders during the campaign (which I would agree doesn't sound right) so they already established it at about a $110 retail value. But we shouldn't expect retail prices from this sort of project since it's based on the minimum cost of production (plus profit).

Emerje
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133649)
Posted by ZeroWolf on May 16th, 2022 @ 2:41am CDT
Sabrblade wrote:
sol magnus wrote:
Sabrblade wrote:
ZeroWolf wrote:I'm morbidly curious as to what the Thomas fans would even complain about...
Oh, a number of things over the years: the Magic Railroad movie (it's mainly the non-US fans who dislike it the most) the HiT Era, the Miller Era, the BWBA Era, the BWBA movie, "Misty Island Rescue", "Day of the Diesels", the 1998 rerelease of the Railway Series books by Egmont that edited all of the artwork for the worse, the era of Mattel toys that used little-to-no paint at all on the wooden toys, Mattel's overall mistreatment of the property in general, and most recently and most notably of all: the "All Engines Go!" reboot series. ;)

My son , 9, mentions often how he likes "Classic Thomas" over "the new Thomas" whatever that means.
He is probably referring to when the show used live-action models on realistic sets instead of being all CGI-animated, or instead of the current reboot series "All Engines Go!" that looks like... this.

In a nutshell, the series started off being as realistic as possible with intelligent writing (taken straight from the books the show was based on) and quality narration (especially from Ringo Starr, George Carlin, Michael Angelis, Alec Baldwin, and even Pierce Brosnan for one of the movies) to gradually becoming dumber and dumber over time (barring a notable resurgence in quality during the middle of the CGI series--known as the "Brenner Era"--but which fell back down to dumbness afterward), until finally becoming as mind-numbingly bad as any run-of-the-mill children' series with next to no real substance at all.

I clicked the link...Well, that's a thing.

With regards to trying to work out pricing for Star Saber, I agree, its not something that's going to work out. It's likely the whole project has the same budget, unlike voyagers and deluxes, etc, etc.
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133655)
Posted by blackeyedprime on May 16th, 2022 @ 7:25am CDT
Miller years... Probably isn't going to mean Frank Miller doing Thomas hahaha I'd say that would be good but then Robocop 3 comes to mind.
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133670)
Posted by Sentinel_Primal on May 16th, 2022 @ 11:21am CDT
Evan was able to post some more pictures of the EP-1 prototype on his Instagram showing off the various components next to a ruler, as well as Star Saber and Victory Saber next to Legends God Ginrai
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Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133671)
Posted by Sabrblade on May 16th, 2022 @ 11:30am CDT
The fact that he uses Legends God Ginrai as a reference point tells me that he (and possibly the rest of the Hasbro team) currently view that toy as the modern update version of God Ginrai, and that we likely won't be seeing another new one anytime soon.
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133676)
Posted by o.supreme on May 16th, 2022 @ 12:25pm CDT
This is appreciated. I watched the video when it first came out on Friday, then when it was uploaded to YouTube Saturday, I commented that I'd like to see some more size comparisons. This is great. I mean ideally, it probably could have been slightly larger. If the brain master unit was the same size as a Titan Master, I'm not sure how much larger the whole thing would have been, but I'm satisfied with what we are getting.

As for God Ginrai. I have my TR Magnus Prime and Legends God Bomber so it works. I have ER Optimus, Kingdom Rodimus, TR Fort Max, and Legends Dai Atlas. So Star/ Victory Saber is the only one I'm missing ( well and Selects Star Convoy, which I may go back and try to get if a good deal comes along). I'm glad I pre ordered the Haslab, it's looking good so far.
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133683)
Posted by ZeroWolf on May 16th, 2022 @ 1:04pm CDT
o.supreme wrote:This is appreciated. I watched the video when it first came out on Friday, then when it was uploaded to YouTube Saturday, I commented that I'd like to see some more size comparisons. This is great. I mean ideally, it probably could have been slightly larger. If the brain master unit was the same size as a Titan Master, I'm not sure how much larger the whole thing would have been, but I'm satisfied with what we are getting.

As for God Ginrai. I have my TR Magnus Prime and Legends God Bomber so it works. I have ER Optimus, Kingdom Rodimus, TR Fort Max, and Legends Dai Atlas. So Star/ Victory Saber is the only one I'm missing ( well and Selects Star Convoy, which I may go back and try to get if a good deal comes along). I'm glad I pre ordered the Haslab, it's looking good so far.

If you don't mind me asking, why didn't you use Legends Super Ginrai to go with Godbomber?
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133685)
Posted by blackeyedprime on May 16th, 2022 @ 1:06pm CDT
Dont want no short short man :P

At least it will make those who bought the Mega SCF feel better.
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133687)
Posted by chuckdawg1999 on May 16th, 2022 @ 1:17pm CDT
Sabrblade wrote:
sol magnus wrote:
First-Aid wrote:
megatronus wrote:It's exasperating when folks zero in on the "it HAS to be THIS way" flavor of critique. It risks coming off as entitled, and misses the forest for the trees.


I think Transfans rank second only to Star Wars fans for whiny-ness if things aren't EXACTLY the way they should be...aka not G1 enough.

I agree. This looks like it's going to be a fun figure. And honestly, the price point isn't that far off based on its size. One figure is pretty much Commander class sized and the other is Leader class sized...PLUS you get a small deluxe. So Commander at $80, Leader at $55, and deluxe at $25. The total is is $160 and we invested $190. That's perfect...the extra is for custom packaging.

Nope. Third. G.I. Joe fans are far worse than Transformers fans, and it makes sense to a degree. Marvel Legends fans are probably about even.
What about Sonic fans? Or Thomas fans? ;)

(Though, the latter's constant complaints are arguably justified.)


Hot Wheels and Nerf fans are the worst by a long, long mile.

One thing I forgot to mention is the leg storage for the blade reminded me of something, another toy that shared some design cues from Star Saber.

King Exkiser.

I can see Takara retooling Star Saber into a new modern King Exkiser.
Re: Hasbro Received the Coloured Prototype for Victory Saber and Reviews it with Size Comparisons (2133697)
Posted by ZeroWolf on May 16th, 2022 @ 2:13pm CDT
chuckdawg1999 wrote:
Sabrblade wrote:
sol magnus wrote:
First-Aid wrote:
megatronus wrote:It's exasperating when folks zero in on the "it HAS to be THIS way" flavor of critique. It risks coming off as entitled, and misses the forest for the trees.


I think Transfans rank second only to Star Wars fans for whiny-ness if things aren't EXACTLY the way they should be...aka not G1 enough.

I agree. This looks like it's going to be a fun figure. And honestly, the price point isn't that far off based on its size. One figure is pretty much Commander class sized and the other is Leader class sized...PLUS you get a small deluxe. So Commander at $80, Leader at $55, and deluxe at $25. The total is is $160 and we invested $190. That's perfect...the extra is for custom packaging.

Nope. Third. G.I. Joe fans are far worse than Transformers fans, and it makes sense to a degree. Marvel Legends fans are probably about even.
What about Sonic fans? Or Thomas fans? ;)

(Though, the latter's constant complaints are arguably justified.)


Hot Wheels and Nerf fans are the worst by a long, long mile.

One thing I forgot to mention is the leg storage for the blade reminded me of something, another toy that shared some design cues from Star Saber.

King Exkiser.

I can see Takara retooling Star Saber into a new modern King Exkiser.

Can they though? Bandai owns the BRAVE series, I think they might have something to say about it :lol:

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