Scans of Pack In Comics for Transformers Legends Sixshot, Doublecross, Misfire, and Broadside

Scans of Pack In Comics for Transformers Legends Sixshot, Doublecross, Misfire, and Broadside

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Our friend Powered Convoy has uploaded the comic scans and tech specs for Takara's recently released Transformers Legends LG-50 Sixshot, LG-51 Doublecross, LG-52 Misfire, and LG-53 Broadside.

With Sixshot being a leader class figure, we get a lengthier comic and a chance to showcase all his modes in a glorious fashion through a fight with Ultra Magnus. We even see the appearance of the flying wolf mode, an extra mode the toy can have which is not included in the instructions.

The Broadside comic has a lot of fun with the idea of Broadside's changing looks throughout history with his latest look being the headmaster unit (which was called Blunderbuss when released by Hasbro). They keep the scale established with the aerialbots that are included with the set, making Broadside massive even just as a head. He towers over Megatron and Optimus (who is using his Masterpiece body here, interestingly enough) and Grand Scourge who makes a fun return.

Broadside is gigantic when combined to his transtector, dwarfing even Trypticon.

The Doublecross comic shows us that it is indeed White Leo piloting the Transtector, though the image shows us two different White Leos so i is unsure exactly what is going on without a proper translation.

The Misfire comic has Hayato Sacomoto create some brand new fiction for the grey and black Autobot Targetmasters. Unlike the Decepticons Targetmasters and the three red and gray Autobot Targetmasters, who are smaller robots, these grey and black Autobot Targetmasters are girls.

These are filled the the usual fan service from the artist who takes it up a notch with the addition of anthropomorphised animals through Battle Beasts.

Remember that these must be read from right to left (from up to down).

Enjoy!

Transformers News: Scans of Pack In Comics for Transformers Legends Sixshot, Doublecross, Misfire, and Broadside

Transformers News: Scans of Pack In Comics for Transformers Legends Sixshot, Doublecross, Misfire, and Broadside

Transformers News: Scans of Pack In Comics for Transformers Legends Sixshot, Doublecross, Misfire, and Broadside

Transformers News: Scans of Pack In Comics for Transformers Legends Sixshot, Doublecross, Misfire, and Broadside

Transformers News: Scans of Pack In Comics for Transformers Legends Sixshot, Doublecross, Misfire, and Broadside

Transformers News: Scans of Pack In Comics for Transformers Legends Sixshot, Doublecross, Misfire, and Broadside

Transformers News: Scans of Pack In Comics for Transformers Legends Sixshot, Doublecross, Misfire, and Broadside

Transformers News: Scans of Pack In Comics for Transformers Legends Sixshot, Doublecross, Misfire, and Broadside

Transformers News: Scans of Pack In Comics for Transformers Legends Sixshot, Doublecross, Misfire, and Broadside

Transformers News: Scans of Pack In Comics for Transformers Legends Sixshot, Doublecross, Misfire, and Broadside

Transformers News: Scans of Pack In Comics for Transformers Legends Sixshot, Doublecross, Misfire, and Broadside

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Re: Scans of Pack In Comics for Transformers Legends Sixshot, Doublecross, Misfire, and Broadside (1923952)
Posted by Decepticon Stryker on November 28th, 2017 @ 9:35am CST
So Broadside can grow bigger than Trypticon? And Misfire has a weird age regression gun? And the Battle Beasts don't wear pants?

Oh Japan. Despite being one of my favorite countries... I still don't understand what the f**k goes on over there.


And is it me, or does Star Saber's brain master look like it has a titan master face on it? Will we actually be getting a POTP Star Saber!? Or is it just the Masterpiece...
Re: Scans of Pack In Comics for Transformers Legends Sixshot, Doublecross, Misfire, and Broadside (1923955)
Posted by Carnivius_Prime on November 28th, 2017 @ 9:53am CST
These comics always look so damn cluttered with speech bubbles they give me a headache even just looking at them even though I'm not even attempting to read them (since I can't read japanese anyways).
Re: Scans of Pack In Comics for Transformers Legends Sixshot, Doublecross, Misfire, and Broadside (1923956)
Posted by Randomhero on November 28th, 2017 @ 10:20am CST
Carnivius_Prime wrote:These comics always look so damn cluttered with speech bubbles they give me a headache even just looking at them even though I'm not even attempting to read them (since I can't read japanese anyways).



I know it’s like an issue of lost light/MTMTE :lol:
Re: Scans of Pack In Comics for Transformers Legends Sixshot, Doublecross, Misfire, and Broadside (1923965)
Posted by Sabrblade on November 28th, 2017 @ 11:55am CST
Synopses for all but the Broadside comic:

Sixshot:
In the G1 World, former Decepticon ninja staff officer Sixshot surrenders to the Autobots to be imprisoned at the Planet Micro Satellite Penitentiary. Recognizing him as a member of the dangerous Six Clan, the personnel neutralize his six-changing ability by removing his head and converting it into a micro-sized robot mode, unaware that Sixshot has already been ostracized from the ninja clan by joining the war, going against their rules to stay secret. This is all according to Sixshot's plan, however, as he's working with Daniel Witwicky to infiltrate the prison and break out Star Saber, unjustly imprisoned by the compromised Galactic Peace Alliance. The Sixshot body held within the prison suddenly falls to pieces as Daniel pilots his real body, already modified into a transtector, out from the lava underneath the facility. Escaping into space with Sixshot and Star Saber, he explains that they'll hide from the Alliance in the Legends World.

On arrival, Daniel seeks out Chromedome, who agrees to shelter him and Star Saber but refuses to help Sixshot, murderer of his friends Abel and Jack. Sixshot turns to leave, but Chromedome changes his mind and lets him stay... in exchange for working as his art assistant, as Chromedome has quit his job to become a full-time manga artist. Sixshot doesn't fully understand the "moe" artstyle he helps ink, but reflects that it's good that Chromedome has found a way to reach out to people's hearts, seeing as he himself is only good at killing. He also notes a certain resemblance between Chromedome's original character and Arcee, causing the Autobot to grow flustered while the others tease him about his old crush. Suddenly, Ultra Magnus arrives on their doorstep, having been tasked by the Galactic Peace Alliance with capturing the fugitives. Not wanting to cause any trouble for his benefactor, Sixshot decides to act like he's been holding Chromedome hostage and confront Magnus while Daniel and Star Saber escape.

Ultra Magnus is happy for a rematch with his killer, positive that he won't lose with power of Alpha Trion, Matrix, on his side. Sixshot merges with his transtector and attacks the Autobot using several of his modes, intending to finish him off with his seventh Wingwolf mode once again, but this time Ultra Magnus is able to catch him out of the air and throw him to the ground. They both transform into their car modes and ram each other head on, and when the dust from the collision settles, Sixshot stands victorious... until he's suddenly impaled from behind by Nightbird, agent of the Six Clan, as punishment for defying them. Daniel rushes out to his friend, but Sixshot accepts his death, considering it just deserts for his evil deeds, and tells Daniel to treasure his life before succumbing to his injuries and exploding.

But that is not the end: a bandage-clad but alive Sixshot later purchases the magazine in which Chromedome's manga has been published and, treasuring the moment of peace he experienced working on it, resolves to repay him. Having learned that the dead can be resurrected in the Legends World, he seeks out Giga for help, wanting to bring back the friends of Chromedome he killed. Giga explains that the power to do so, the spirit energy used by the Zamojin, is none other than Shinchōkon—"God Super Soul"—and questions if Sixshot has the resolve needed to control it.

Doublecross:
The Legends World is visited by White Leo, leader of the Beastformers, exiled from his homeworld of Beast after being defeated by his enemies, the Laser Beasts. He uses six mystical jewels to transform Neo Akihabara City into a jungle and recruit the unwilling local beasts to fight alongside him, granting them Beastformer armor, though the local humans instead end up as naked as animals (and are offended when White Leo calls them "ape-type beasts"). Unfortunately, White Leo finds that he's been followed by his nemesis Tigerburn, Emperor of the Laser Beasts, who explains that the six jewels contain the crystallized power of the Three Wise Ones and that he wants his hands on them. Tigerburn is seated atop Doublecross, to the surprise of his old buddy Repugnus, and White Leo explains that the Monsterbot has been Tigerburn's puppet ever since the Laser Beasts cut his head off, removing his sense of self. Furthermore, Tigerburn reveals that he's modified his body to become completely robotic, used Legends technology to become a Headmaster in order to combine with Doublecross's body, and acquired the most powerful Laser Beast weapon, the Haywire Laser.

White Leo can do nothing but flee from the powered-up Tigerburn, but his younger sister, White Lune, appears before him with Doublecross's severed head and a plan: if the Three Wise Ones once used the jewels to create the Beastformers by giving machines to animals, they should be able to use them to evolve further alongside machines. The jewels emit a light that sucks in the Haywire Laser and merges it with White Lune, who transforms into a robot and knocks Tigerburn's block off. White Leo himself is merged with Doublecross's head, allowing him to transform into it and combine with Doublecross, whose mind(s) is restored in the process. Doublecross and White Lune blow Tigerburn back into his own dimension with a Spark Fire Attack, after which the siblings prepare to return and continue the war back home, but first they stop to apologize to the Legends locals for forcing them to become Beastformers. Upset, Rattrap and Tigatron tell them to consider how things would be if their roles were reverse: how would the Beastformers like it if they were forced to wear nothing but neckties and work as office workers? White Leo and Lune agree that it would be awful.

Misfire:
The buildings in Neo Akihabara City are being bought up one by one by Misfire, whose luck in gambling and the stock market has made him filthy rich. When the 'bot himself appears, throwing money around and demanding to be called "Perfectfire" from now on, Triggerhappy refuses to believe someone as unlucky and prone to missing as him could pull this off. Hot Rod and Shaoshao Li are also suspicious, especially given the presence of Misfire's Targetmaster partner, Aimless, and that night they sneak into Misfire's purchased Trypticon to investigate. Misfire catches them and fires Aimless at Hot Rod, but instead hits Shaoshao, transforming her into an infant! He reveals that Aimless's mutant ability is to shoot through time itself, allowing him to see into the future and get rich, which in turn has afforded him a transtector that he combines with.

Misfire blasts a hole into the future in order to predict how Hot Rod will move, making it impossible for the Autobot to dodge his attacks... but is somehow so bad at aiming that even knowing the future, he fails to hit a completely still Hot Rod and instead ends up blasting all the stuff he's bought, which disappears to when-knows-where. Hot Rod punches his head off and demands he restore Shaoshao to normal, only for Misfire to miss again and hit Hot Rod, "aging" him into Rodimus Prime. Everything is eventually cleared up and Misfire and Aimless are arrested, though Shaoshao is mad at Hot Rod for not making her younger when he had the chance. Unfortunately, the officer supposed to interrogate Misfire is Triggerhappy, who starts teaching his old comrade how to aim instead.
Re: Scans of Pack In Comics for Transformers Legends Sixshot, Doublecross, Misfire, and Broadside (1923968)
Posted by Evil Eye on November 28th, 2017 @ 12:03pm CST
Oh boy, this is hilarious. The Arcee with literal drill-hair is my favourite, along with shameless Papika, the continued misadventures of Hot Rod and Shaoshao (featuring a callback to that one episode where Marissa gets babyfied) and actually to scale Broadside.

Also, does this mean Battle Beasts are officially part of Transformers canon now? I mean, I know nothing about Battle Beasts, but if this is gonna be anything like the Ask Vector Prime Gobots shenanigans I can see a glorious outpouring of salt from Walky and co.
Re: Scans of Pack In Comics for Transformers Legends Sixshot, Doublecross, Misfire, and Broadside (1923969)
Posted by Sabrblade on November 28th, 2017 @ 12:08pm CST
Black Hat wrote:Also, does this mean Battle Beasts are officially part of Transformers canon now? I mean, I know nothing about Battle Beasts, but if this is gonna be anything like the Ask Vector Prime Gobots shenanigans I can see a glorious outpouring of salt from Walky and co.
The Beastformers (as they're called in Japan) were always part of Transformers. They were released in Japan under the Autobot and Decepticon factions as allies to each, and they appeared multiple times in The Headmasters cartoon.

Only the Western version, Battle Beasts, was released as its own line unrelated to Transformers.
Re: Scans of Pack In Comics for Transformers Legends Sixshot, Doublecross, Misfire, and Broadside (1923970)
Posted by Evil Eye on November 28th, 2017 @ 12:09pm CST
Sabrblade wrote:
Black Hat wrote:Also, does this mean Battle Beasts are officially part of Transformers canon now? I mean, I know nothing about Battle Beasts, but if this is gonna be anything like the Ask Vector Prime Gobots shenanigans I can see a glorious outpouring of salt from Walky and co.
The Beastformers (as they're called in Japan) were always part of Transformers. They were released in Japan under the Autobot and Decepticon factions as allies to each, and they appeared multiple times in The Headmasters cartoon.

Only the Western version, Battle Beasts, was released as its own line unrelated to Transformers.

Huh, I did not know that. Interesting!
Re: Scans of Pack In Comics for Transformers Legends Sixshot, Doublecross, Misfire, and Broadside (1923973)
Posted by Rodimus Knight on November 28th, 2017 @ 12:33pm CST
Sabrblade wrote:Synopses for all but the Broadside comic:

Sixshot:
In the G1 World, former Decepticon ninja staff officer Sixshot surrenders to the Autobots to be imprisoned at the Planet Micro Satellite Penitentiary. Recognizing him as a member of the dangerous Six Clan, the personnel neutralize his six-changing ability by removing his head and converting it into a micro-sized robot mode, unaware that Sixshot has already been ostracized from the ninja clan by joining the war, going against their rules to stay secret. This is all according to Sixshot's plan, however, as he's working with Daniel Witwicky to infiltrate the prison and break out Star Saber, unjustly imprisoned by the compromised Galactic Peace Alliance. The Sixshot body held within the prison suddenly falls to pieces as Daniel pilots his real body, already modified into a transtector, out from the lava underneath the facility. Escaping into space with Sixshot and Star Saber, he explains that they'll hide from the Alliance in the Legends World.

On arrival, Daniel seeks out Chromedome, who agrees to shelter him and Star Saber but refuses to help Sixshot, murderer of his friends Abel and Jack. Sixshot turns to leave, but Chromedome changes his mind and lets him stay... in exchange for working as his art assistant, as Chromedome has quit his job to become a full-time manga artist. Sixshot doesn't fully understand the "moe" artstyle he helps ink, but reflects that it's good that Chromedome has found a way to reach out to people's hearts, seeing as he himself is only good at killing. He also notes a certain resemblance between Chromedome's original character and Arcee, causing the Autobot to grow flustered while the others tease him about his old crush. Suddenly, Ultra Magnus arrives on their doorstep, having been tasked by the Galactic Peace Alliance with capturing the fugitives. Not wanting to cause any trouble for his benefactor, Sixshot decides to act like he's been holding Chromedome hostage and confront Magnus while Daniel and Star Saber escape.

Ultra Magnus is happy for a rematch with his killer, positive that he won't lose with power of Alpha Trion, Matrix, on his side. Sixshot merges with his transtector and attacks the Autobot using several of his modes, intending to finish him off with his seventh Wingwolf mode once again, but this time Ultra Magnus is able to catch him out of the air and throw him to the ground. They both transform into their car modes and ram each other head on, and when the dust from the collision settles, Sixshot stands victorious... until he's suddenly impaled from behind by Nightbird, agent of the Six Clan, as punishment for defying them. Daniel rushes out to his friend, but Sixshot accepts his death, considering it just deserts for his evil deeds, and tells Daniel to treasure his life before succumbing to his injuries and exploding.

But that is not the end: a bandage-clad but alive Sixshot later purchases the magazine in which Chromedome's manga has been published and, treasuring the moment of peace he experienced working on it, resolves to repay him. Having learned that the dead can be resurrected in the Legends World, he seeks out Giga for help, wanting to bring back the friends of Chromedome he killed. Giga explains that the power to do so, the spirit energy used by the Zamojin, is none other than Shinchōkon—"God Super Soul"—and questions if Sixshot has the resolve needed to control it.

Doublecross:
The Legends World is visited by White Leo, leader of the Beastformers, exiled from his homeworld of Beast after being defeated by his enemies, the Laser Beasts. He uses six mystical jewels to transform Neo Akihabara City into a jungle and recruit the unwilling local beasts to fight alongside him, granting them Beastformer armor, though the local humans instead end up as naked as animals (and are offended when White Leo calls them "ape-type beasts"). Unfortunately, White Leo finds that he's been followed by his nemesis Tigerburn, Emperor of the Laser Beasts, who explains that the six jewels contain the crystallized power of the Three Wise Ones and that he wants his hands on them. Tigerburn is seated atop Doublecross, to the surprise of his old buddy Repugnus, and White Leo explains that the Monsterbot has been Tigerburn's puppet ever since the Laser Beasts cut his head off, removing his sense of self. Furthermore, Tigerburn reveals that he's modified his body to become completely robotic, used Legends technology to become a Headmaster in order to combine with Doublecross's body, and acquired the most powerful Laser Beast weapon, the Haywire Laser.

White Leo can do nothing but flee from the powered-up Tigerburn, but his younger sister, White Lune, appears before him with Doublecross's severed head and a plan: if the Three Wise Ones once used the jewels to create the Beastformers by giving machines to animals, they should be able to use them to evolve further alongside machines. The jewels emit a light that sucks in the Haywire Laser and merges it with White Lune, who transforms into a robot and knocks Tigerburn's block off. White Leo himself is merged with Doublecross's head, allowing him to transform into it and combine with Doublecross, whose mind(s) is restored in the process. Doublecross and White Lune blow Tigerburn back into his own dimension with a Spark Fire Attack, after which the siblings prepare to return and continue the war back home, but first they stop to apologize to the Legends locals for forcing them to become Beastformers. Upset, Rattrap and Tigatron tell them to consider how things would be if their roles were reverse: how would the Beastformers like it if they were forced to wear nothing but neckties and work as office workers? White Leo and Lune agree that it would be awful.

Misfire:
The buildings in Neo Akihabara City are being bought up one by one by Misfire, whose luck in gambling and the stock market has made him filthy rich. When the 'bot himself appears, throwing money around and demanding to be called "Perfectfire" from now on, Triggerhappy refuses to believe someone as unlucky and prone to missing as him could pull this off. Hot Rod and Shaoshao Li are also suspicious, especially given the presence of Misfire's Targetmaster partner, Aimless, and that night they sneak into Misfire's purchased Trypticon to investigate. Misfire catches them and fires Aimless at Hot Rod, but instead hits Shaoshao, transforming her into an infant! He reveals that Aimless's mutant ability is to shoot through time itself, allowing him to see into the future and get rich, which in turn has afforded him a transtector that he combines with.

Misfire blasts a hole into the future in order to predict how Hot Rod will move, making it impossible for the Autobot to dodge his attacks... but is somehow so bad at aiming that even knowing the future, he fails to hit a completely still Hot Rod and instead ends up blasting all the stuff he's bought, which disappears to when-knows-where. Hot Rod punches his head off and demands he restore Shaoshao to normal, only for Misfire to miss again and hit Hot Rod, "aging" him into Rodimus Prime. Everything is eventually cleared up and Misfire and Aimless are arrested, though Shaoshao is mad at Hot Rod for not making her younger when he had the chance. Unfortunately, the officer supposed to interrogate Misfire is Triggerhappy, who starts teaching his old comrade how to aim instead.


I certainly appreciate the synopsis, It's very helpful. I do wish whomever occasionally puts together the translations would do so with more of these. If they started a Patreon, I would be happy to join that one. :D
Re: Scans of Pack In Comics for Transformers Legends Sixshot, Doublecross, Misfire, and Broadside (1923990)
Posted by Insurgent on November 28th, 2017 @ 4:06pm CST
I never thought of nightbird with sixshot. Those are defo going together on my shelf. Deceptucon ninja team!


Drill tank trying to draw is far cuter than it has any right to be.
Re: Scans of Pack In Comics for Transformers Legends Sixshot, Doublecross, Misfire, and Broadside (1923998)
Posted by Jelze Bunnycat on November 28th, 2017 @ 4:43pm CST
So Tigerburn uses the Lione/Sawback mold? Interesting.
Re: Scans of Pack In Comics for Transformers Legends Sixshot, Doublecross, Misfire, and Broadside (1924010)
Posted by Sabrblade on November 28th, 2017 @ 5:42pm CST
JelZe GoldRabbit wrote:So Tigerburn uses the Lione/Sawback mold? Interesting.
A complete repurposing of Hasbro Sawback, no less.
Re: Scans of Pack In Comics for Transformers Legends Sixshot, Doublecross, Misfire, and Broadside (1924018)
Posted by fenrir72 on November 28th, 2017 @ 6:27pm CST
Sixshot's "resurrection"..........is he gonna evolve into "Greatshot"?
Re: Scans of Pack In Comics for Transformers Legends Sixshot, Doublecross, Misfire, and Broadside (1924029)
Posted by Sabrblade on November 28th, 2017 @ 8:05pm CST
And here's the Broadside comic's synopsis:

In the 2030s of the G1 World, Grand Scourge has interrupted a battle between the Autobots and Decepticons by taking the Stunticons as his limbs and defeating Superion, and is now going after Optimus Prime's Matrix. Prime is saved when Broadside comes leaping out of a gigantic jet, freeing the Aerialbots from Scourge's grasp before transforming into a head and combining with the jet—actually a city-sized transtector that dwarfs the villain. One blast from his 80,000 volt plasma pulse gun sends Scourge flying straight out of their dimension, and the Decepticons flee. Broadside explains that his past seasickness, fear of heights and frail constitution has led him to repeatedly remodel himself in pursuit of self-improvement, and his latest body is that of a gigantic Headmaster.

Broadside and the Aerialbots are later deployed to the current era of the Legends World to guard the dimension against future threats. Impressed by his power, Armada Thrust tries to convince Broadside to conquer the world with him, and when the Triple Changer refuses, he and Trickdiamond take matters into their own hands and steal the transtector. Broadside can only watch as Thrust defeats Metroplex and Trypticon, and is lamenting that the power he got to protect people is now being used for conquest when Brawn and Repugnus show up and offer their help through use of their armor suits. They recognize that while a regular transtector would be of no use to Broadside, they can able to use Blowpipe's clone beam to multiply the mass of Repugnus's suit to the point where Broadside can pilot it.

Using the suit's flight mode, Broadside flies into his transtector and confronts Thrust, who pleads for forgiveness, claiming he only wanted to prove the power of his intellect. Broadside understands his feelings, having made poor decisions in the past because he felt weak and sought power, including working with the Decepticons. He tells Thrust that everyone makes mistakes, and what's important is realizing they were mistakes and changing for the better, using Megatron's current peaceful attitude as an example. Furthermore, Broadside believes that while he himself has trained his body to become powerful, Thrust's strength lies in his trained brain, and he encourages the Decepticon to use his intellect for something good. Thrust takes his words to heart and decides to stay with him and the Aerialbots, though he doesn't particularly get along with the other fliers. They're all shocked when Broadside decides to rest and reveals that the bridge of his aircraft carrier serves as a chair for him.
Re: Scans of Pack In Comics for Transformers Legends Sixshot, Doublecross, Misfire, and Broadside (1924039)
Posted by fenrir72 on November 28th, 2017 @ 11:14pm CST
Decepticon Stryker wrote:So Broadside can grow bigger than Trypticon? And Misfire has a weird age regression gun? And the Battle Beasts don't wear pants?

Oh Japan. Despite being one of my favorite countries... I still don't understand what the f**k goes on over there.


And is it me, or does Star Saber's brain master look like it has a titan master face on it? Will we actually be getting a POTP Star Saber!? Or is it just the Masterpiece...


Looks like the backside of the chair Courage was sitting in. Technically, the original was a Brainmaster with a face in his chest until the MP came along and he became a "cogmaster" :lol:
Re: Scans of Pack In Comics for Transformers Legends Sixshot, Doublecross, Misfire, and Broadside (1924070)
Posted by Powered Convoy on November 29th, 2017 @ 7:09am CST
I absolutely love these comics.

Thanks for the news credit!
Re: Scans of Pack In Comics for Transformers Legends Sixshot, Doublecross, Misfire, and Broadside (1924283)
Posted by Un_Chakal on November 30th, 2017 @ 8:29am CST
My one biggest take away from all this is that repugnus can have a robot mood just flip up the head and turn around the Titan Master head and he can have a similar look to his old G1 self that's amazing to me I never thought about that.
Re: Scans of Pack In Comics for Transformers Legends Sixshot, Doublecross, Misfire, and Broadside (1924297)
Posted by Agamemnon on November 30th, 2017 @ 9:30am CST
Un_Chakal wrote:My one biggest take away from all this is that repugnus can have a robot mood just flip up the head and turn around the Titan Master head and he can have a similar look to his old G1 self that's amazing to me I never thought about that.

Heh. Tried this with my Hasbro version. It's sort of like super deformed Repugnus... :-D
Re: Scans of Pack In Comics for Transformers Legends Sixshot, Doublecross, Misfire, and Broadside (1924469)
Posted by Powered Convoy on December 1st, 2017 @ 1:40pm CST
Scan of the comic included with LG-EX God Ginrai (not my scans): http://www.tfw2005.com/boards/threads/g ... t-15271233

Warning there is some NSFW material in the first panel of the comic.
Re: Scans of Pack In Comics for Transformers Legends Sixshot, Doublecross, Misfire, and Broadside (1924526)
Posted by Albatross250 on December 1st, 2017 @ 7:52pm CST
Powered Convoy wrote:Scan of the comic included with LG-EX God Ginrai (not my scans): http://www.tfw2005.com/boards/threads/g ... t-15271233

Warning there is some NSFW material in the first panel of the comic.


Oh look, an LG-60 Overlord teased :-D

At least we saw the modernization of Gigatank and Megajet, for a brief appearance :x
Re: Scans of Pack In Comics for Transformers Legends Sixshot, Doublecross, Misfire, and Broadside (1924533)
Posted by Albatross250 on December 1st, 2017 @ 8:41pm CST
fenrir72 wrote:Sixshot's "resurrection"..........is he gonna evolve into "Greatshot"?


Well, it's Possible, Sixshot was a Decepticon and now Greatshot ... an Autobot...
i can't remember how he was an Autobot in the Victory manga.
I can't wait for LG-EX Black Shadow coming in his story. :-?

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