New Galleries: Go! Kenzan Kuromusha Version and Gekisoumaru Kurojishi Version

New Galleries: Go! Kenzan Kuromusha Version and Gekisoumaru Kurojishi Version

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Our Transformers Go! galleries continue, as we proudly present Go! Kenzan Kuromusha Version and Gekisoumaru Kurojishi Version!

Gekisoumaru and Kenzan are the latest to step in front of the camera, but these two are the black repaint versions.

Clarification of the purpose of these remolds courtesy of fellow Seibertronian Sabrblade:
Sabrblade wrote:These represent toy-only powered-up forms of the two, after having been enhanced by the powers of the Black Legendisc.


Kenzan was a TRU Japan exclusive repaint of Kenzan, and you can see the original here and Gekisoumaru is a Nemesis repaint of the original mold, which you can also see here.

To see the rest of our Go! galleries, click the following links here and here.

To see the full galleries of the figures below, click on their images to be taken to that figure's respective full gallery:

Transformers Go! Gekisoumaru Kurojishi ver.

Transformers News: New Galleries: Go! Kenzan Kuromusha Version and Gekisoumaru Kurojishi Version

Transformers News: New Galleries: Go! Kenzan Kuromusha Version and Gekisoumaru Kurojishi Version

Transformers News: New Galleries: Go! Kenzan Kuromusha Version and Gekisoumaru Kurojishi Version

Transformers News: New Galleries: Go! Kenzan Kuromusha Version and Gekisoumaru Kurojishi Version


Transformers Go! Kenzan Kuromusha ver.

Transformers News: New Galleries: Go! Kenzan Kuromusha Version and Gekisoumaru Kurojishi Version

Transformers News: New Galleries: Go! Kenzan Kuromusha Version and Gekisoumaru Kurojishi Version

Transformers News: New Galleries: Go! Kenzan Kuromusha Version and Gekisoumaru Kurojishi Version

Transformers News: New Galleries: Go! Kenzan Kuromusha Version and Gekisoumaru Kurojishi Version

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Re: New Galleries: Go! Kenzan Kuromusha Version and Gekisoumaru Kurojishi Version (1639655)
Posted by Sabrblade on January 15th, 2015 @ 9:54pm CST
These aren't Nemesis versions. They're still good guys. These represent toy-only powered-up forms of the two, after having been enhanced by the powers of the Black Legendisc.
Re: New Galleries: Go! Kenzan Kuromusha Version and Gekisoumaru Kurojishi Version (1640440)
Posted by Autobot032 on January 18th, 2015 @ 4:24am CST
Sabrblade wrote:These aren't Nemesis versions. They're still good guys. These represent toy-only powered-up forms of the two, after having been enhanced by the powers of the Black Legendisc.


Thank you for your help, I appreciate it.
Re: New Galleries: Go! Kenzan Kuromusha Version and Gekisoumaru Kurojishi Version (1646346)
Posted by Va'al on February 3rd, 2015 @ 5:43pm CST
Seibertron.com is proud to present another set of galleries as part of our gigantic database, and today's offering sees one the most sought-after molds of the Transformers: Prime series, only available under the Japanese Arms Micron monicker: Decepticon muscle and hammer - Breakdown. But wait, not only do we bring you the basic iteration of the mold in War Breakdown, also included are the retooled, eerily sinister Silas Breakdown, complete with redeco and added Silas torso within the robot, and the Autobot repaint with a new head mold Swerve!

Not to be missed, of course, are the smaller partners that give the name to the line, the Microns. War Breakdown comes with the rhino-hammer Zamu, while Silas Breakdown features mantis-like Magi, and bulked-up Swerve finds a companion in spinning blade saw Sou. Check all of them out by clicking on any of the images below!

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Arms Micron Silas Breakdown

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Arms Micron Swerve

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Arms Micron Zamu

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Arms Micron Magi

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Arms Micron Sou

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Re: New Galleries: Go! Kenzan Kuromusha Version and Gekisoumaru Kurojishi Version (1646353)
Posted by Sabrblade on February 3rd, 2015 @ 6:02pm CST
Funny thing about the name "War Breakdown", the Japanese dub actually had that as Breakdown's proper name, with everyone calling him "War Breakdown" instead of just "Breakdown" in that version.

Similarly, Knock Out was likewise renamed "Medic Knock Out" in that version.
Re: New Galleries: Go! Kenzan Kuromusha Version and Gekisoumaru Kurojishi Version (1646379)
Posted by MaverickPrime on February 3rd, 2015 @ 8:57pm CST
I can't believe I had not one, but TWO figures before they got a gallery here! That's a personal achievement for me! :D
Re: New Galleries: Go! Kenzan Kuromusha Version and Gekisoumaru Kurojishi Version (1646383)
Posted by Seibertron on February 3rd, 2015 @ 9:14pm CST
MaverickPrime wrote:I can't believe I had not one, but TWO figures before they got a gallery here! That's a personal achievement for me! :D


Congrats!

I felt bad that I didn't get these galleries up before now. I started them back in 2013 (hence why the lighting is different in shots such as the vehicle mode and then the robot mode). I'm forcing myself to work through some of the backlog of half finished galleries so that that content can be viewed instead of sitting on my computer.

Currently trying to finish up 2 of the 3 Specialist sets that came out in Asia last year before Motormaster, Blackjack, Huffer, Drift, Deluxe Optimus, Hyper Change Optimus, Legion Grimlock and Legion Sideswipe all arrive tomorrow.
Re: New Galleries: Go! Kenzan Kuromusha Version and Gekisoumaru Kurojishi Version (1646390)
Posted by DecepticonFinishline on February 3rd, 2015 @ 9:41pm CST
I'm still super butthurt that we didn't get a Hasbro release of Breakdown... >:/
Re: New Galleries: Go! Kenzan Kuromusha Version and Gekisoumaru Kurojishi Version (1646396)
Posted by PrymeStriker on February 3rd, 2015 @ 9:57pm CST
DecepticonFinishline wrote:I'm still super butthurt that we didn't get a Hasbro release of Breakdown... >:/


Look on the bright side: the paint apps would've been rat's ass anyway. Image
Re: New Galleries: Go! Kenzan Kuromusha Version and Gekisoumaru Kurojishi Version (1646398)
Posted by Sabrblade on February 3rd, 2015 @ 10:01pm CST
PrymeStriker wrote:
DecepticonFinishline wrote:I'm still super butthurt that we didn't get a Hasbro release of Breakdown... >:/


Look on the bright side: the paint apps would've been rat's ass anyway. Image
At least it would have had paint apps. :P
Re: New Galleries: Go! Kenzan Kuromusha Version and Gekisoumaru Kurojishi Version (1646407)
Posted by Noideaforaname on February 3rd, 2015 @ 10:23pm CST
So strange looking back to when Swerve was just a generic red repaint. Although this one's a bit more familiar than others have been, even if a bit too much in Prime's "Everybody's a Wrecker!" fashion...


I'm more disappointed in how those Minicons never got here rather than the Breakdown mold. HAMMERHINO!
Re: New Galleries: Go! Kenzan Kuromusha Version and Gekisoumaru Kurojishi Version (1646630)
Posted by Deadput on February 4th, 2015 @ 1:52pm CST
Finally the Swerve gallery is here now I Can get that Cgi head box art and finish my Swerve render.


*Finds that the pic has dust and is blurry*



NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!



But regardless these are some good galleries.
Re: New Galleries: Go! Kenzan Kuromusha Version and Gekisoumaru Kurojishi Version (1646631)
Posted by Deadput on February 4th, 2015 @ 1:54pm CST
Noideaforaname wrote:So strange looking back to when Swerve was just a generic red repaint. Although this one's a bit more familiar than others have been, even if a bit too much in Prime's "Everybody's a Wrecker!" fashion...


I'm more disappointed in how those Minicons never got here rather than the Breakdown mold. HAMMERHINO!



What do you mean by the everyone is a Wrecker theme?

Sure Wheeljack was never a wrecker but even then there were only three wreckers in the show and other wreckers mentioned have been so before (besides Seaspray but hey we never saw what he was like)
Re: New Galleries: Go! Kenzan Kuromusha Version and Gekisoumaru Kurojishi Version (1646649)
Posted by Sabrblade on February 4th, 2015 @ 2:33pm CST
mirageandjazz1197 wrote:Sure Wheeljack was never a wrecker but even then there were only three wreckers in the show and other wreckers mentioned have been so before (besides Seaspray but hey we never saw what he was like)
Had he survived his ship's destruction, here's what he would have been like:
They were going to reveal that he actually wasn't dead, having jettisoned his ship at the last moment, and have him portrayed a lot like the character of Quint from the Jaws movie, and like Batman with a nautical whistle that would strike fear into the hearts of his enemies. A gritty, hardcore Wrecker. But alas, it never happened.
Re: New Galleries: Go! Kenzan Kuromusha Version and Gekisoumaru Kurojishi Version (1646688)
Posted by Deadput on February 4th, 2015 @ 4:25pm CST
Sabrblade wrote:
mirageandjazz1197 wrote:Sure Wheeljack was never a wrecker but even then there were only three wreckers in the show and other wreckers mentioned have been so before (besides Seaspray but hey we never saw what he was like)
Had he survived his ship's destruction, here's what he would have been like:
They were going to reveal that he actually wasn't dead, having jettisoned his ship at the last moment, and have him portrayed a lot like the character of Quint from the Jaws movie, and like Batman with a nautical whistle that would strike fear into the hearts of his enemies. A gritty, hardcore Wrecker. But alas, it never happened.



I knew they were going to bring him back and the whistle part but I never knew that he would of acted like Quint.



Quint's cool.



Thanks for sharing Sabr.
Re: New Galleries: Go! Kenzan Kuromusha Version and Gekisoumaru Kurojishi Version (1646975)
Posted by PrymeStriker on February 5th, 2015 @ 10:12am CST
mirageandjazz1197 wrote:
Noideaforaname wrote:So strange looking back to when Swerve was just a generic red repaint. Although this one's a bit more familiar than others have been, even if a bit too much in Prime's "Everybody's a Wrecker!" fashion...


I'm more disappointed in how those Minicons never got here rather than the Breakdown mold. HAMMERHINO!



What do you mean by the everyone is a Wrecker theme?

Sure Wheeljack was never a wrecker but even then there were only three wreckers in the show and other wreckers mentioned have been so before (besides Seaspray but hey we never saw what he was like)


You are a Wrecker! You are a Wrecker! You are a Wrecker! Everybody is a Wrecker!

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Re: New Galleries: Go! Kenzan Kuromusha Version and Gekisoumaru Kurojishi Version (1647072)
Posted by Deadput on February 5th, 2015 @ 2:16pm CST
PrymeStriker wrote:You are a Wrecker! You are a Wrecker! You are a Wrecker! Everybody is a Wrecker!

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Except for the fact that not everybody is a wrecker since there were only three in the show (not counting mentions or flashbacks)
Re: New Galleries: Go! Kenzan Kuromusha Version and Gekisoumaru Kurojishi Version (1647084)
Posted by Sabrblade on February 5th, 2015 @ 2:33pm CST
mirageandjazz1197 wrote:
PrymeStriker wrote:You are a Wrecker! You are a Wrecker! You are a Wrecker! Everybody is a Wrecker!

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Except for the fact that not everybody is a wrecker since there were only three in the show (not counting mentions or flashbacks)

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Re: New Galleries: Go! Kenzan Kuromusha Version and Gekisoumaru Kurojishi Version (1647131)
Posted by Noideaforaname on February 5th, 2015 @ 4:36pm CST
Hyperbole, man, hyperbole.

But what I was getting at is the traditionally quirky/fun Wheeljack, Bulkhead, and (implied) Seaspray were all reimagined as Wreckers, a subgroup that in the show existed basically just as shorthand for "badass" (relatedly, Hardshell and Dreadwing were trumped up as badasses because they killed Wreckers). This Swerve looks like he'd be just another badass Wrecker instead of anything resembling MTMTE's now-famous boisterous bartender.

... granted, given the timing of everything, I think Prime Swerve's personality would've been decided before MTMTE really caught on, but that's besides the point.
Re: New Galleries: Go! Kenzan Kuromusha Version and Gekisoumaru Kurojishi Version (1647478)
Posted by Deadput on February 6th, 2015 @ 11:59am CST
Noideaforaname wrote:Hyperbole, man, hyperbole.

But what I was getting at is the traditionally quirky/fun Wheeljack, Bulkhead, and (implied) Seaspray were all reimagined as Wreckers, a subgroup that in the show existed basically just as shorthand for "badass" (relatedly, Hardshell and Dreadwing were trumped up as badasses because they killed Wreckers). This Swerve looks like he'd be just another badass Wrecker instead of anything resembling MTMTE's now-famous boisterous bartender.

... granted, given the timing of everything, I think Prime Swerve's personality would've been decided before MTMTE really caught on, but that's besides the point.



Ironicly enough this Swerve's bio says he is a geoligist and not a fighter


Bio:

Swerve tends to get lost in his own thoughts a lot. Which is pretty dangerous when he's driving through traffic. An incredibly intelligent geologist, he's vital to the Autobots' mission on Earth, scouting out energon deposits and other resources with the sensors in his arms. He tends to work alone, simply sending reports back to base as he roams the planet.
Well, mostly alone.

Swerve long ago discovered the secret of the Arms Microns, but promised the diminutive robots that he would keep their existence a secret. As such, he's always got company in the form of his own Arms Micron partner Sou.
Re: New Galleries: Go! Kenzan Kuromusha Version and Gekisoumaru Kurojishi Version (1647906)
Posted by Rated X on February 7th, 2015 @ 10:39am CST
I bought all the TF GO predacons because I love the molds, but I just cant get into these guys. They probably would have flopped in an american release. I dont know what it is about them, but they have this over-anime aesthetic like if they were designed by bandai or some other niche japanese company.

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