Lots of Wonder Fest 2017 Photos: Legends and Movie Dioramas, Prime 1 Studios, 3A, More!

Thanks to Autobase Aichi, we have lots of pictures from the Wonder Festival 2017 summer show. Most notable for G1 collectors are production samples of Legends Kup, Hot Rod, Brawn, and other upcoming figures. Also notable are several breathtaking dioramas recreating scenes from each live-action movie. Click through for more!

TakaraTomy Legends Series: TakaTomy shows off a huge selection of figures from the Legends collection ranging from older figures due for reissue later this year to the yet-to-be-released Kup, Hot Rod, Trypticon, and more.

 

TakaraTomy Movie Series: Many upcoming movie figures are shown in this case, including Movie Masterpiece Optimus Prime and Bumblebee, as well as a large selection of The Last Knight product.

Movie 10th Anniversary Dioramas: These impressive showpieces recreate scenes from each of the past four live-action films using figures of the time period. Look for Megatron holding Jazz’s bisected corpse, Optimus Prime ripping off The Fallen’s head, a blasted Shockwave lying half-ruined in the street, and more. Many of the figures have been customized to appear more film-accurate.

Movie Die-Cast Scale Vehicles: A set of 1/24 and 1/32 scale vehicles based on Autobots and Decepticons featured in The Last Knight.

Prime 1 Studios: Featuring imagery of the Prime 1 Studios versions of TLK Optimus Prime, Squeeks, Megatron, and Crosshairs, as well as Barricade in his 2007 appearance.

3A: Also on display were 3A versions of TLK Optimus Prime and Squeeks.

WonFes Exclusives: There was also a display showing the WonFes exclusive Dark of the Moon Laserbeak figure and some other convention swag.

We omitted a few pictures of the show floor; here’s Autobase Aichi’s original gallery for reference. Excited about Takara’s upcoming releases? Come talk about it with us on our forums! TakaraTomy Legends Thread | TLK Toys Thread

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