Transformers Titan Wars Official Pictures

NY TFcon 2015 is off to a great start. Last night was a huge even of reveals that have yet to come across our screens. Hasbro did slowly start to introduce the idea of the upcoming “Titan Wars” during the last major reveal event. To continue in that momentum we are going into 2016 with Combiner Wars and will start to make the transition into Titan Wars. Which also happens to be similar in the Head Masters, and every other manner of talk.

What am I excited about? Well I honestly don’t care about swapping heads and blah blah blah… But what I do like about this is yet again it creates a opportunity for 3rd Party add ons. Don’t like that head? Sure heres a new one… Don’t like this part? Sure lets fix that.

Most of all Leader Class Blaster. It would seem like Hasbro and Takara are really filling in the blanks with the toy lines that many 3rd Party have been. This is good news for collectors on a budget. Price point is over half to 1/3rd the price in many cases.

Overall the criticism seems to be mixed again on these. My general thought you don’t like the “Head Masters” / “Titan Masters” idea glue the head in place… These toys still have great overall value that really will hurt the 3rd Party Market, and making that Market place work harder and focus in on Adults, and even possibly switching focus to try and hit the younger audience (lower your prices…)

No more talking… Here is some of the Official Pictures. (Some great improvement on the 3D Renders here…)

Share it: 1986 Movie Shot with Ultra Magnus a fellow transformers fan page / group. Posted a few days ago a great picture of Ultra Magnus and several other Generations figures (I refuse to call them CHUGS.) It seems we are near complete in being able to have a completed 1986 movie with Generation/Classic Toy lines.

As I was imagining prior to getting leader class Ultra Magnus. Was that he would scale perfectly with other Deluxes/Voyagers.

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Mania King (3rd Party Galvatron)

I finally have received my Mania King last week. And let me say this thing is awesome! (With the passing of Leonard Nimoy I felt it was time to invest in this figure!) Getting right down into it here is my general review and some pictures I had taken. (Plan on taking proper ones soon!)

I used my iPhone 5 (really need to use my wife’s Mark III!), and my Diorama I have been working on. Additionally felt like changing things up a bit and adding a black background for more simplicity.


  • – Details… This guy has details and more details. His dark purple and over all look and appeal really makes him work really well for Galvatron. (Hint hint Hasbro! Time for a MP!)
  • – Robot mode has lots of articulation and is able to stand pretty well (No stands necessary!)
  • – Cannon mode – this really matches the original cartoon very well. It is not much to talk about as its just a cannon / gun… Nothing special here as I really don’t plan on him being in this mode ever…


  • – Fragile parts… His horns are definitely something to keep an eye on while transforming these could easily break off. Mania King’s feet are also on the side of “loose”, however I was still able to get him to stand just fine even with this.
  • – Complex Transformation. Not on the scale of one of the most difficult, but still his transformation left me really scared of breaking him. At times I missed a step because the instructions were not as complete or as descriptive as a picture could be. The Generations three step changers are much more difficult than this guy, but even still he had his own challenges.



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Galvatron – Maniah King Messiah by Unique Toys

With the passing Leonard Nimoy I decided it was time to get off my bum and finally buy this 3rd Party Transformer. It is the closest thing we have to a Masterpiece of Galvatron and is made by Unique Toys.

Once I get it in hand ill take some more pictures of him. (Till then you can use the ones from TFSource/Unique Toys.)

TFsource, Big Bad Toy Store are going for about $90.00 (I bought mine on TFSource)

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