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Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018

Transformers News: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018

Wednesday, March 7th, 2018 8:54PM CST

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Brazil had their own toy fair, ABRIN 2018, last week-end and the big highlight was the Transformers Studio Series line. They had all of wave one but also the two voyagers from wave two: Brawl and Megatron. This gives us the best idea of scale yet with Megatron towering over Optimus Prime. It is a combination of Megatron being bigger than a usual voyager and Optimus being much smaller than the usual voyager. Their difference in scale is accurate to their bios but will of course differ from specific scenes. We do see that the deco for Megatron will be grey plastic instead of silver paint, which is similar to the finished toy image we saw earlier today.

These will be coming out in Brazil in April and the prices will vary from R$ 149,99 to R$ 299,99 there. These images come from Transformers Dioramas.

Transformers News: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018

Transformers News: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018

Transformers News: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018

Transformers News: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018

Transformers News: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018

Transformers News: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018

Transformers News: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018

Transformers News: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018

Transformers News: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018

Transformers News: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018

Transformers News: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018

Transformers News: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018

Transformers News: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018
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Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1944625)
Posted by william-james88 on March 7th, 2018 @ 9:13pm CST
Amazon.com has some new images of the Transformers Studio Series deluxes coming out in wave two. More precisely deluxe Lockdown and Jazz. We saw Takara's stock images earlier today and now we see Hasbro's. It's the same toys of course but the Hasbro photos are slightly mistranformed, like Jazz' chest. These are still the best images yet of these toys and they give us an idea of the final deco. They will retail for around $19.99 and be available at major retailers this summer. For those wondering, this wave will also include a repack of wave one Bumblebee and Stinger.

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Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1944628)
Posted by -Kanrabat- on March 7th, 2018 @ 9:18pm CST
Megatron is kinda ultra class, like that "upscaled cyberverse" voyager Predaking from Beast Hunters. This please me greatly! That Megs will definitely replace the ROTF "Green Burger" in my voyager Movie Megatron display. :APPLAUSE:
Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1944629)
Posted by EvasionModeBumblebee on March 7th, 2018 @ 9:22pm CST
william-james88 wrote:Image


Holy moly. I know Megatron's supposed to be a bit taller than Prime and scale always fluctuates a bit, but I think that might be a little too much size difference.
Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1944631)
Posted by LevelRage on March 7th, 2018 @ 9:40pm CST
Wasn't going to pick up Megatron originally but seeing how he's almost as tall as Grimlock, I might go for him. Could even replace TLK leader Megs on my shelf if he's tall enough.
Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1944632)
Posted by Emerje on March 7th, 2018 @ 9:43pm CST
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We got an idea of the scale last month, but considering how Megatron compares to Grimlock in the first pic above I have to guess that Megatron should be a little taller than Starscream and Blackout (his head anyway). We thought Grimlock was a tall Leader, but he might actually be a normal leader and Blackout is a short Leader to make the scale work. That would then make Starscream a normal Voyager, Megatron a tall Voyager, and Prime a short Voyager. It's very interesting, but it also makes me wonder how simple Megatron is to make up for his added height.

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Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1944633)
Posted by SureShot18 on March 7th, 2018 @ 9:45pm CST
Ah crap it looks like Megatron is just gonna be in that flat gray for the final release. I might just keep my Movie the Best version then.
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Posted by Spider5800 on March 7th, 2018 @ 9:49pm CST
EvasionModeBumblebee wrote:
william-james88 wrote:Image


Holy moly. I know Megatron's supposed to be a bit taller than Prime and scale always fluctuates a bit, but I think that might be a little too much size difference.


Actually, I think that might be accurate. Hard to tell in the movies (they're never standing still next to each other, and the animators admitted to making OP look bigger than he should in certain scenes like the forest fight in RotF), but in all the promo materials and stuff like the movie video games, Megs is always shown to be significantly bigger.

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Why do they have Jazz holding his gun upside down?

Edit: And why are Brawl's arms reversed?

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Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1944637)
Posted by Overcracker on March 7th, 2018 @ 10:17pm CST
Well, Grimlock is pretty large.

Megs is kind of disappointing overall.

Must have that Jazz now. Though he'll need some paint on those rims. With all the other paint and the lavish silver Solstice mold, the black rims just don't work. Also, why oh why is his chest mistransformed in the stock photos, but correct in the group shot.

Prime, just.... Need to convince myself I don't need another prime, and not one that small, and with such an ugly chest.
Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1944638)
Posted by Jelze Bunnycat on March 7th, 2018 @ 10:17pm CST
Spider5800 wrote:Edit: And why are Brawl's arms reversed?

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They're not: the claw and blaster are on 5mm pegs and detach. They're used as handheld weapons in the display.
Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1944639)
Posted by Sabrblade on March 7th, 2018 @ 10:19pm CST
Megatron's legs might be mistransformed in an extended manner to give him extra height in that pic.
Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1944640)
Posted by -Kanrabat- on March 7th, 2018 @ 10:21pm CST
Sabrblade wrote:Megatron's legs might be mistransformed in an extended manner to give him extra height in that pic.


That may be so. But he's defenitely BEEFIER and larger than Prime.

Prime is ugly asfak BTW.
Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1944641)
Posted by william-james88 on March 7th, 2018 @ 10:27pm CST
Overcracker wrote: Need to convince myself I don't need another prime, and not one that small, and with such an ugly chest.

You are doing a pretty good job convincing me.
Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1944642)
Posted by Overcracker on March 7th, 2018 @ 10:29pm CST
william-james88 wrote:
Overcracker wrote: Need to convince myself I don't need another prime, and not one that small, and with such an ugly chest.

You are doing a pretty good job convincing me.


:lol: Just need to keep telling myself that.
Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1944644)
Posted by Spider5800 on March 7th, 2018 @ 10:47pm CST
JelZe GoldRabbit wrote:
Spider5800 wrote:Edit: And why are Brawl's arms reversed?

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They're not: the claw and blaster are on 5mm pegs and detach. They're used as handheld weapons in the display.


Ah, OK. Thought I had seen it with the weapons on the correct arms in other shots, so that makes more sense then them somehow mistransforming his arms backwards, LOL. Must just peg into the top of the tank mode when he transforms. Not really digging it, but then I already have the deluxe and leader from the first movie line, so I didn't really need him anyway.

That Megatron looks good, wasn't really planing on grabbing him either but now I might wait and see once someone can compare him to some of the older Meg voyagers. Same with Lockdown, who looks to be a huge improvement over the original.
Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1944645)
Posted by Qwan on March 7th, 2018 @ 10:47pm CST
Megatron appeals to the neurotic collector that I hate in me, for exactly one reason: At that point I'll have three nicely-matched pairs of Voyagerish scale Movie OP and Megs. Ultimate Prime's inner robot and SS Megs for original-trilogy look, Evasion Prime and DotM Megs as broken-down junkers, and TLK guys for the new-"trilogy" aesthetic. Literally nothing else about the toy or character appeals to me, but the fact that this single aspect alone is enough to entice me, tells me I maybe need to work on my willpower.

Thundercracker meanwhile, I honestly couldn't say whether I like the look of him or not. The colors in renders look really nice and if his head can be removed he might make a good Genericon with like Overboard or someone for the head, but the problem is it's impossible to tell the toy's actual final colors yet and I'm worried they're really dark and drab. Additionally I'm really not a fan of the Movie Starscream/Seeker head and it just doesn't look right to me on this body either. All that said, I'm sure if he manages to make his way down here somehow, I'll snap him up immediately - it's more a question of whether I'll regret doing so later or not :lol:
Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1944650)
Posted by Rysquad on March 7th, 2018 @ 11:25pm CST
Qwan wrote:It's not long ago at all that the exclusive Studio Series Thundercracker made his debut at US Toys R Us stores, and now we have official images of the very same 'bot from Weibo user 淘宝店变形金刚改造工厂.

Before we get into the images though, it's also been reported that Thundercracker scans at $29.99 at Toys R Us stores! This is the same price as other Studio Series Voyagers, so it appears that Thundercracker won't cost any extra despite being a store exclusive.

The first picture from Weibo shows Thundercracker's packaging art in full - tweaked from that of The Last Knight Nitro Zeus (Thundercracker's base for this toy) and sporting Thundercracker's head instead. The other two images depict the toy in its robot and vehicle modes, and give us our best look so far at what we might expect it to look like color-wise. Thundercracker sports paint detail heavily based on his Generation 1 appearance, though with a small amount of 'realistic' modification to better fit a more Movie-based aesthetic: a clear cockpit instead of yellow, more subtle Decepticon symbols on the wings, and so on. It even appears that the front-most sections of his wings in jet mode have been made gray to visually replicate the intakes on his G1 toy.

Check out the images below or in the gallery on Weibo, and let us know your thoughts too by posting about this news in the Energon Pub Forums!

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Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1944653)
Posted by Bronzewolf on March 8th, 2018 @ 12:13am CST
I must have that Jazz and that Lockdown. Altmode parties around here are going to get a lot cooler. 8-)

Grimlock looks incredible. I expect that he will be the Cogman of Studio Series: Everything else in the line is pretty good to great, but he just blows everyone away with the amount of molded detail, just phenomenal apps and an excellent paint wash. While I'm undecided if I'll pick him up, I can't believe we'll be getting a figure like that in the main line. Love it! I'm very happy for all the Bayverse fans out there.
Thundercracker I'm underwhelmed by. I'm forever a fan of that Nitro mold, but I don't really think it works in that deco, as that character. I dunno, I'll need some addition In-hands to decide.
Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1944676)
Posted by Grimlocktimus on March 8th, 2018 @ 6:07am CST
In the cinematic guide for revenge of the fallen optimus is 27 feet tall while Megatron is 35 feet tall, so the scale is actually pretty close.
Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1944687)
Posted by Kyleor on March 8th, 2018 @ 8:08am CST
Wow, Jazz looks awesome, Lockdown's alt-mode looks awesome. Definite buys on both of them.

Anyone else seeing the second face on Lockdown's torso?
Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1944693)
Posted by Lunatic Prime on March 8th, 2018 @ 9:23am CST
Kyleor wrote:Anyone else seeing the second face on Lockdown's torso?

Do you mean his torso looks like a face like TFP Rumble's or do you mean there's his battle mask hidden?
Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1944697)
Posted by william-james88 on March 8th, 2018 @ 9:39am CST
Lunatic Prime wrote:
Kyleor wrote:Anyone else seeing the second face on Lockdown's torso?

Do you mean his torso looks like a face like TFP Rumble's or do you mean there's his battle mask hidden?

He means like TFP Rumble.
Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1944711)
Posted by Evil Eye on March 8th, 2018 @ 10:39am CST
The more I see of Thundercracker the more I like him. If I can't find Nitro Zeus for sensible prices once my home situation is more stable, I think he'd make a worthwhile substitute. He might make a questionable Thundercracker (at least for my purposes) but he'll make a great "Chicago Assault Nitro Zeus".
Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1944746)
Posted by Deadput on March 8th, 2018 @ 2:25pm CST
In my head canon now Thundercracker and Nitro Zeus were part of a sub division of the Decepticon air force known as the Lightning squadron who were fast and heavy hitters (Like lightning!), they all have lightning/electric related names.

That's how I'm justifying Thundercracker being a reuse of the Nitro Zeus mold.

Edit: Also going to justify the DOTM part on the package as Thundercracker being one of the many Decepticons who were on the moon (I also consider TLK Onslaught to be the same guy as the Garbage truck con in DOTM since they have similar colors and mass...he just lost his arm) quoting Movie Thundercracker's Tfwiki image quote.

"I was in the movie, I had a great scene... you just weren't allowed to see it... the, uh, special edition will have it."
Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1944756)
Posted by Lunatic Prime on March 8th, 2018 @ 3:06pm CST
Deadput wrote:In my head canon now Thundercracker and Nitro Zeus were part of a sub division of the Decepticon air force known as the Lightning squadron who were fast and heavy hitters (Like lightning!), they all have lightning/electric related names.

That's how I'm justifying Thundercracker being a reuse of the Nitro Zeus mold.

Edit: Also going to justify the DOTM part on the package as Thundercracker being one of the many Decepticons who were on the moon (I also consider TLK Onslaught to be the same guy as the Garbage truck con in DOTM since they have similar colors and mass...he just lost his arm) quoting Movie Thundercracker's Tfwiki image quote.

"I was in the movie, I had a great scene... you just weren't allowed to see it... the, uh, special edition will have it."

Sounds good to me.
Maybe you can come up with an explanation for the insectoid legs on their mold's belly and neck especially because TC's head looks very insectoid, too. To me it looks like there's a larvae or centipede inside an armor.
Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1944761)
Posted by Deadput on March 8th, 2018 @ 3:35pm CST
Lunatic Prime wrote:Sounds good to me.
Maybe you can come up with an explanation for the insectoid legs on their mold's belly and neck especially because TC's head looks very insectoid, too. To me it looks like there's a larvae or centipede inside an armor.


Just going to chalk it up as a design choice, considering that their design predecessor the KSI Boss has the same thing going on and same with the design that design was based off from 2009, it's just standard Live action film aesthetic.

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Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1944763)
Posted by Jelze Bunnycat on March 8th, 2018 @ 3:42pm CST
Lunatic Prime wrote:
Deadput wrote:In my head canon now Thundercracker and Nitro Zeus were part of a sub division of the Decepticon air force known as the Lightning squadron who were fast and heavy hitters (Like lightning!), they all have lightning/electric related names.

That's how I'm justifying Thundercracker being a reuse of the Nitro Zeus mold.

Edit: Also going to justify the DOTM part on the package as Thundercracker being one of the many Decepticons who were on the moon (I also consider TLK Onslaught to be the same guy as the Garbage truck con in DOTM since they have similar colors and mass...he just lost his arm) quoting Movie Thundercracker's Tfwiki image quote.

"I was in the movie, I had a great scene... you just weren't allowed to see it... the, uh, special edition will have it."

Sounds good to me.
Maybe you can come up with an explanation for the insectoid legs on their mold's belly and neck especially because TC's head looks very insectoid, too. To me it looks like there's a larvae or centipede inside an armor.


Pretty much a pre-AoE Movie Decepticon design, huh?

Anybody found a head that matches Thundercracker's colors? And don't say Thunderwing. :lol:
Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1944764)
Posted by Qwan on March 8th, 2018 @ 3:45pm CST
JelZe GoldRabbit wrote:
Lunatic Prime wrote:
Deadput wrote:In my head canon now Thundercracker and Nitro Zeus were part of a sub division of the Decepticon air force known as the Lightning squadron who were fast and heavy hitters (Like lightning!), they all have lightning/electric related names.

That's how I'm justifying Thundercracker being a reuse of the Nitro Zeus mold.

Edit: Also going to justify the DOTM part on the package as Thundercracker being one of the many Decepticons who were on the moon (I also consider TLK Onslaught to be the same guy as the Garbage truck con in DOTM since they have similar colors and mass...he just lost his arm) quoting Movie Thundercracker's Tfwiki image quote.

"I was in the movie, I had a great scene... you just weren't allowed to see it... the, uh, special edition will have it."

Sounds good to me.
Maybe you can come up with an explanation for the insectoid legs on their mold's belly and neck especially because TC's head looks very insectoid, too. To me it looks like there's a larvae or centipede inside an armor.


Pretty much a pre-AoE Movie Decepticon design, huh? :lol:

Anybody found a head that matches Thundercracker's colors?

I'd still lean towards Overboard, but since I neither have Thundercracker nor have I seen any good pics yet that show off his colors properly, I can't actually be sure.
Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1944765)
Posted by Lunatic Prime on March 8th, 2018 @ 3:50pm CST
JelZe GoldRabbit wrote:
Lunatic Prime wrote:
Deadput wrote:In my head canon now Thundercracker and Nitro Zeus were part of a sub division of the Decepticon air force known as the Lightning squadron who were fast and heavy hitters (Like lightning!), they all have lightning/electric related names.

That's how I'm justifying Thundercracker being a reuse of the Nitro Zeus mold.

Edit: Also going to justify the DOTM part on the package as Thundercracker being one of the many Decepticons who were on the moon (I also consider TLK Onslaught to be the same guy as the Garbage truck con in DOTM since they have similar colors and mass...he just lost his arm) quoting Movie Thundercracker's Tfwiki image quote.

"I was in the movie, I had a great scene... you just weren't allowed to see it... the, uh, special edition will have it."

Sounds good to me.
Maybe you can come up with an explanation for the insectoid legs on their mold's belly and neck especially because TC's head looks very insectoid, too. To me it looks like there's a larvae or centipede inside an armor.


Pretty much a pre-AoE Movie Decepticon design, huh?

Anybody found a head that matches Thundercracker's colors? And don't say Thunderwing. :lol:

Blowpipe (Triggerhappy)

Clobber (Grimlock)

Terri-Bull

Ghost Starscream

Scorchfire (Windblade)
Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1944766)
Posted by Deadput on March 8th, 2018 @ 3:50pm CST
Qwan wrote:I'd still lean towards Overboard, but since I neither have Thundercracker nor have I seen any good pics yet that show off his colors properly, I can't actually be sure.


Looking at Overboard and the pictures of Thundercracker they do appear to be very close in color, I'm not sure if it's exactly the same but their both Dark blue, one could also use a black or grey Titanmaster instead.

Funny the Crashbash Titanmaster mold has been considered to be used as a Seeker (Starscream) head in customs and was actually used in the Pretender Starscream Titanmaster from that purposed botcon exclusive set.

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Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1944768)
Posted by william-james88 on March 8th, 2018 @ 3:59pm CST
JelZe GoldRabbit wrote:
Lunatic Prime wrote:
Deadput wrote:In my head canon now Thundercracker and Nitro Zeus were part of a sub division of the Decepticon air force known as the Lightning squadron who were fast and heavy hitters (Like lightning!), they all have lightning/electric related names.

That's how I'm justifying Thundercracker being a reuse of the Nitro Zeus mold.

Edit: Also going to justify the DOTM part on the package as Thundercracker being one of the many Decepticons who were on the moon (I also consider TLK Onslaught to be the same guy as the Garbage truck con in DOTM since they have similar colors and mass...he just lost his arm) quoting Movie Thundercracker's Tfwiki image quote.

"I was in the movie, I had a great scene... you just weren't allowed to see it... the, uh, special edition will have it."

Sounds good to me.
Maybe you can come up with an explanation for the insectoid legs on their mold's belly and neck especially because TC's head looks very insectoid, too. To me it looks like there's a larvae or centipede inside an armor.


Pretty much a pre-AoE Movie Decepticon design, huh?

Anybody found a head that matches Thundercracker's colors? And don't say Thunderwing. :lol:


Horri-Bull would be the way to go
Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1944769)
Posted by Deadput on March 8th, 2018 @ 4:02pm CST
william-james88 wrote: Horri-Bull would be the way to go

"Sigh"

Still sad I missed that one he's the only Hasbro standalone Titanmaster I don't have.
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Posted by Emerje on March 8th, 2018 @ 4:06pm CST
Legends Bullhorn might make for a better had than Terri-Bull since it's just blue and silver.

Emerje
Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1944813)
Posted by Zeedust on March 8th, 2018 @ 5:52pm CST
william-james88 wrote:
Lunatic Prime wrote:
Kyleor wrote:Anyone else seeing the second face on Lockdown's torso?

Do you mean his torso looks like a face like TFP Rumble's or do you mean there's his battle mask hidden?

He means like TFP Rumble.


I'm seeing it now, and it doesn't just look like a face, it looks like Ironhide's face.
Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1944879)
Posted by primalxconvoy on March 8th, 2018 @ 11:42pm CST
Is it possible to not fold the wings up in Thundercracker's robot mode and leave them outstretched, like the G1 version?
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Posted by Deadput on March 9th, 2018 @ 12:00am CST
primalxconvoy wrote:Is it possible to not fold the wings up in Thundercracker's robot mode and leave them outstretched, like the G1 version?

Yes?

Are you saying that the wings fold themselves up or something? Because otherwise I don't know why you would think they couldn't be left unfolded.

Found some pics on TFw2005 that I saw earlier for you though.

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Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1944885)
Posted by Lunatic Prime on March 9th, 2018 @ 12:15am CST
Deadput wrote:
primalxconvoy wrote:Is it possible to not fold the wings up in Thundercracker's robot mode and leave them outstretched, like the G1 version?

Yes?

Are you saying that the wings fold themselves up or something? Because otherwise I don't know why you would think they couldn't be left unfolded.

Found some pics on TFw2005 that I saw earlier for you though.

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I guess he means "If he's stable when the wings aren't transformed in the right way".
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Posted by Qwan on March 9th, 2018 @ 12:40am CST
In which case yeah, they're totally stable like that (especially so if you keep the swivels snapped into jet-mode position). I've messed with that configuration on Nitro Zeus a couple times and honestly, it probably has the best-designed Seeker wings I've seen in a long while (in terms of look, clearance, poseability etc.) despite not even being meant to have Seeker wings.
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Posted by primalxconvoy on March 9th, 2018 @ 2:50am CST
Qwan wrote:In which case yeah, they're totally stable like that (especially so if you keep the swivels snapped into jet-mode position). I've messed with that configuration on Nitro Zeus a couple times and honestly, it probably has the best-designed Seeker wings I've seen in a long while (in terms of look, clearance, poseability etc.) despite not even being meant to have Seeker wings.


Yes, thanks folks. That's how I'm probably going to have Thundercracker transformed. I'll pop G1 insignias on both sides of his wings too.

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Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1945010)
Posted by Va'al on March 9th, 2018 @ 11:18am CST
We saw our first look from a collector, rather than an event with display copies, of Transformers Studio Series 06 Voyager Starscream back here - but thanks to TFND user, and fellow Seibertronian, blacklai we have a whole new batch of angles and close-ups of the deceptive Decepticon second in command. The figure, for those wanting the information, was found in Taiwan, where the user is based.

The full set of images can be found here, but we've mirrored a selection of them for you below. Take a look, take them in, and let us know what you think of this movie-verse line and mold - and join the discussion in the Energon Pub!

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Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1945023)
Posted by william-james88 on March 9th, 2018 @ 11:39am CST
Yup, its an upscale of DOTM

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Every detail matches up perfectly.
Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1945029)
Posted by Seibertron on March 9th, 2018 @ 11:44am CST
william-james88 wrote:Yup, its an upscale of DOTM

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Every detail matches up perfectly.


Except for all of the details that don't match up. :HEADHURTS:

Perhaps it just shares similar engineering?
Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1945030)
Posted by Evil Eye on March 9th, 2018 @ 11:46am CST
So it is! I'm kinda cool with that, it looks good and if it ain't broke, don't fix it.
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Posted by william-james88 on March 9th, 2018 @ 11:49am CST
Seibertron wrote:Except for all of the details that don't match up. :HEADHURTS:

Perhaps it just shares similar engineering?

Its far more than that. I am comparing to joints and parts and where they are found on the toy, and that all matches up.

Its an upscale the same way these toys were upscales too:

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Is a compeletly new mold, it has to be at that scale. But its based on the deluxes toy. Its not like they tried reinventing the wheel with this one.
Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1945033)
Posted by Seibertron on March 9th, 2018 @ 11:49am CST
Seibertron wrote:
william-james88 wrote:Yup, its an upscale of DOTM

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Every detail matches up perfectly.


Except for all of the details that don't match up. :HEADHURTS:

Perhaps it just shares similar engineering?


Just to clarify my statement above ...

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Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1945035)
Posted by william-james88 on March 9th, 2018 @ 11:52am CST
Seibertron wrote:
Seibertron wrote:
william-james88 wrote:Yup, its an upscale of DOTM

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Every detail matches up perfectly.


Except for all of the details that don't match up. :HEADHURTS:

Perhaps it just shares similar engineering?


Just to clarify my statement above ...

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Plase read my comment above, I am not referring to the detailing on the parts (so yes, detail was the wrong word to choose) but where all the parts are match up and is similar to the differnece found in previous upscales Hasbro performed.
Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1945036)
Posted by Seibertron on March 9th, 2018 @ 11:52am CST
william-james88 wrote:Is a compeletly new mold, it has to be at that scale. But its based on the deluxes toy. Its not like they tried reinventing the wheel with this one.


Fair enough! Just wanted to state that after your all-encompassing comment above ;)
Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1945037)
Posted by william-james88 on March 9th, 2018 @ 11:55am CST
Seibertron wrote:
william-james88 wrote:Is a compeletly new mold, it has to be at that scale. But its based on the deluxes toy. Its not like they tried reinventing the wheel with this one.


Fair enough! Just wanted to state that after your all-encompassing comment above ;)

Haha, yes, I definitely set myself up for that, so fair enough!
Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1945041)
Posted by william-james88 on March 9th, 2018 @ 11:59am CST
Looking at the underside, there are some nice improvemnts over the original toy design. They covered up the hips in the back to make it look more complete

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Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1945045)
Posted by Lunatic Prime on March 9th, 2018 @ 12:10pm CST
william-james88 wrote:Its an upscale the same way these toys were upscales too:

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This Predaking mold is actually a very bad example in this case because he's anything but a simple upscale


Seibertron wrote:Except for all of the details that don't match up. :HEADHURTS:

Perhaps it just shares similar engineering?
And since when is Seibertron itself active in discussions? :shock:
It's like Primus intervening in a little chitchat between Swerve and Whirl :lol:
Re: Images of Transformers Studio Series from Brazil Toy Fair ABRIN 2018 (1945048)
Posted by Randomhero on March 9th, 2018 @ 12:15pm CST
Seibertron wrote:
Seibertron wrote:
william-james88 wrote:Yup, its an upscale of DOTM

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Every detail matches up perfectly.


Except for all of the details that don't match up. :HEADHURTS:

Perhaps it just shares similar engineering?


Just to clarify my statement above ...

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This all I see when you guys post shit like this

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