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@  Sabrblade : (20 April 2018 - 11:14 PM)

Eh, I guess. He did fairly well on his own as an independent in his first appearance and such.

@  Otaku : (20 April 2018 - 10:04 PM)

@Sabrblade Vulture tends to fare poorly as his own boss. Working for a great version of Doc Ock ain't a bad gig... and I did ask if about "bad" as opposed to "not the best". ;)

@  Plokatron : (20 April 2018 - 09:53 PM)

@Egon1982 No my friend Mutator Spiders as in get caught in their web and you are mutated into a even more animalistic creature than you were. Hordika were Half Sentient beings half Wild animal and unlike Spiderman it affected each race slightly differnt with Toa being of a similar mutation to each other. My guess for Spiderman is he would become more spider like but with a inside skeletal structure hmm wonder what Visorak Venom would do to CNA make Dinobot Predacon like monsters or something wild?!

@  Paladin : (20 April 2018 - 04:15 PM)

compared to the "youth-sucking" gimmick from the other series? BIG step up.

@  Sabrblade : (20 April 2018 - 03:57 PM)

@Otaku: What about that show's take on Vulture? He had potential at first but he eventually just settled into being a lackey rather than his own boss.

@  Egon1982 : (20 April 2018 - 02:44 PM)

Did anyone else thought Thunder in Big Trouble in Little China when he was inflating looked like a garbage pail kid before he blew up into salad? I always thought that since seeing the movie in theaters at age 5. 

@  Egon1982 : (20 April 2018 - 02:25 PM)

Mutator spiders as in man-spider?

@  Otaku : (20 April 2018 - 11:06 AM)

Shocker was a pretty good villain in The Spectacular Spider-Man animated series. Wait, does that count since I can't think of a bad take on any character from that series? ;)

@  Arazyr : (20 April 2018 - 09:26 AM)

Ontario/Detroit area? Yeah. Supposedly, you could feel it from where I live, but I didn't notice. I never feel these things. 8(

@  Paladin : (20 April 2018 - 07:08 AM)

so that WAS an earthquake last night...

@  Plokatron : (19 April 2018 - 09:43 PM)

Webhead Vs. Mutater Spiders. Hmmm I can see this ending badly with HordikaMan Hey maybe it'd make Venom catchable with spider sense.

@  Broadside : (19 April 2018 - 09:16 PM)

Can't wait for Spider-Man to fight the Visorak

@  RichardT1977 : (19 April 2018 - 05:32 PM)

Aw, man!

@  TheMightyMol... : (19 April 2018 - 04:47 PM)

SNIPER NO SNIPING

@  Bass X0 : (19 April 2018 - 04:33 PM)

SNIPERER!

@  Paladin : (19 April 2018 - 10:34 AM)

hated that game. damn sniper level's insane.

@  Plokatron : (19 April 2018 - 08:21 AM)

You know what's funny? Both Spiderman and Bionicle have a title in common. Web of Shadows. :p

@  Liege : (19 April 2018 - 08:03 AM)

Don't mocks the Shocker!

@  unluckiness : (19 April 2018 - 04:46 AM)

But he's the second lamest Spider-Man villain

@  Tm_Silverclaw : (18 April 2018 - 10:56 PM)

You know.. for all intents and purposes, Shocker should have won in Kamen Rider 71.

@  Plokatron : (18 April 2018 - 06:55 PM)

:wtf :D :wtf Can't wait can't wait just a couple more days and I'm at Comiccon Cape! Gonna be a blast! I hope they have that freaking proper Master Sword Replica this year with the black handel (I love the one from the old comic drawn by the guy who did Cyborg 009)!!!

@  TheMightyMol... : (18 April 2018 - 05:55 AM)

Found on Cranialtome.

@  unluckiness : (18 April 2018 - 05:32 AM)

Oh, so MP-scaled Bill Cypher with stupidly fiddly hands.

@  wonko the sane? : (17 April 2018 - 08:47 AM)

through a third party on facebook.

@  RichardT1977 : (16 April 2018 - 11:30 PM)

Did the Vok know Bill Cipher?

@  Steevy Maximus : (16 April 2018 - 08:09 PM)

See my thread ;)

@  wonko the sane? : (16 April 2018 - 01:32 PM)

Do you mean physically without actually wiring them up?

@  wonko the sane? : (16 April 2018 - 01:32 PM)

Uh... how do you not know?

@  Steevy Maximus : (16 April 2018 - 12:46 PM)

I'm wondering if HP stuck in an extra 128SDD + 3TB HDD into the computer I bought for $850

@  Benbot : (16 April 2018 - 11:58 AM)

"OH"

@  Sabrblade : (16 April 2018 - 11:06 AM)

"Semper Fi"

@  EShadowP : (16 April 2018 - 10:36 AM)

"Simper-Fi" :thumbsup

@  Plokatron : (16 April 2018 - 12:31 AM)

Oh my word it is true. The greatest Gunnery Sargent to live is now gone. Gunny I know I'd of never cut the mustard if you were my CO but as I friend I would of been humbled and honored to know a man who truly knew the corp. May the jackets always be full metal and no watermelon left standing. Forgive the jokes there but you made it clear you hated watermelons with how many you sliced, blasted and plain disintegrated on Tv. :thumbsup  (Why do we not have a Wheeljack salute emot?)  Simper-Fi Carry on Gunny see you up there in the great kingdom one day hope you enjoy the company of my great uncles and everyone who you saw last on that field of honor.

@  Plokatron : (16 April 2018 - 12:21 AM)

Wait what!!!!!!! Gunny is dead!!!!

@  Sabrblade : (15 April 2018 - 09:37 PM)

RIP, R. Lee Ermey :(

@  B-Fox : (15 April 2018 - 02:06 PM)

If yer yellah!

@  Otaku : (15 April 2018 - 07:55 AM)

@fourteenwings If not, it is really, really close. Then again, maybe you shouldn't trust me. I liked the jacket. XD

@  fourteenwings : (15 April 2018 - 05:32 AM)

Bill Maher?

@  Bass X0 : (15 April 2018 - 03:52 AM)

Should we as a society change our way of life, culture and general thinking to that which people fifty years from now could look back without being judgemental of our ways? Today we look back at people from fifty years ago and openly criticise things that were considered acceptable and normal back then as not fitting in with our modern day standards that we have to censor them, or have the disclaimer that's just how it was back then. So surely things we as a population consider normal and acceptable today may not fit in with the standards of fifty years from now. But how do we know what would be acceptable and normal fifty years from now that we are supposedly doing wrong today? We don't. That's the point when we are applying modern day standards and way of thinking to a time fifty years ago.

@  Plokatron : (14 April 2018 - 11:09 PM)

Thank you my friend. I hope so too.

@  Maruten : (14 April 2018 - 06:58 PM)

Sorry to hear that, man. Hope things turn around and you have a great time at the con.

@  Plokatron : (14 April 2018 - 06:24 PM)

Ugh I have had a terrible week. My step mom goes to the hospital with high heart rate then has elevated blood sugar once they fixed her heart flutter. Then she is released last night and snaps her ankle bone so she needs to stay at her aunts till it is healed. Wouldn't be so bad if our half of the place was done and I was able to move in too but it's not and I hate being home alone codependency problems. I hope everything stays balenced for the next week since I got comic con to go to on the 21st. I am at least smart enough not to say a certain phrase cause I know if I tempt fate it will kick my but worse than Optimus did Megatron in the movie. Sorry for the long pity party post guys I know it's not liked but I hope a bit of venting is ok.

@  Rycochet : (14 April 2018 - 12:46 PM)

The past few system failures I've had that have lost files hae spurred me into a new burst of creativety, I soon fill up the space o a new hard disk with sketches and notes and other little things I do to stay sane.

@  Soft Snow : (14 April 2018 - 12:34 PM)

It's like a rebirth, a very sad, identity ripping, rebirth.

@  Soft Snow : (14 April 2018 - 12:33 PM)

Losing all the files I saved up over a decade gives me the chance to start afresh.

@  wonko the sane? : (14 April 2018 - 11:02 AM)

I don't want to lose the web comic I made, but I also rock redundant drives and off PC backups.

@  Fnu Aw : (14 April 2018 - 10:13 AM)

I don't have anything important enough to worry about losing. Go me!

@  Arazyr : (14 April 2018 - 09:39 AM)

At least that was BEFORE my kids were born, so no baby pics lost.

@  Arazyr : (14 April 2018 - 09:39 AM)

I had a catastrophic hard drive failure in early 2007, and lost almost EVERYTHING. I was lucky I had a couple of documents synced to a mobile device at the time. No getting the photos back, though.

@  Bass X0 : (14 April 2018 - 07:20 AM)

Yeah, I've lost a lot of stuff over the years due to not having backed up.


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Hasbro website broken?

19 March 2018 - 07:24 AM

Is it just me, or are product images no longer showing up on Hasbro's corporate website?
https://www.hasbro.c...te&sortdir=desc

KB Toys being resurrected in the wake of the Toys"R"Us bankruptcy?

18 March 2018 - 04:48 PM

So apparently the KB Toys brand was sold off a year ago. The new owners are apparently on a quest to resurrect old department stores and were looking into bringing back KB Toys for a few months now, and are now speeding up their plans in the wake of the Toys"R"Us collapse, hoping to fill the void:
https://www.linkedin...-ellia-kassoff/
http://www.therockfa...ke-of-toys-r-us

So which toys were released at retail before having been officially announced by Hasbro?

11 February 2018 - 04:53 AM

Two categories:


1) Toys illegally or accidentally revealed via store listings, Asian leaks, cross-sells, the RID mobile game and similar venues that arrived at retail before Hasbro would ever officially acknowledge their existence by providing official stock images.
2) Toys that appeared at retail without so much of a hush. No official reveals, no leaks, no listings, nothing. Just one day someone walks into a store (be it in Asia, the US or Europe) and finds a toy nobody outside Hasbro had ever heard about. Basically, a stealth release.


Category 1:

Combiner Wars Legends wave 4 (Rodimus and Skywarp) was first discovered via listings on Hasbro's public website, complete with photos, before even wave 3 would be announced at New York Toy Fair 2015, but then Hasbro took the listings down again and subsequently pretended to officially "reveal" the figures at BotCon 2015, a whole five months later... by which time the figures were already officially available at retail in Singapore for a week.

The Robots in Disguise Three-Step Changer "Stealthasaurus Rex" redeco of Grimlock was first revealed via one of those bulk updates to the RID mobile game (under the name "Stealthasaurus Grimlock") and subsequently appeared as tiny images in a PDF checklist on Hasbro's website. He was found at Toys"R"Us in Australia only a few weeks later, although it took him another nine months until he arrived at US retail (that was when the Three-Step Changer assortment was effectively halted at US retail for the better part of a year as far as new waves were concerned without any apparent reason, and subsequently picked up again as if nothing had happened).

Power of the Primes Legends Class wave 2 (Tailgate, Battleslash and Roadtrap) was revealed via the Raffy Rodriguez Hasbro slides leak and subsequently found listed in Toys"R"Us's systems and at Amazon. Released in Singapore and subsequently the United Kingdom before Hasbro solicited them to online retailers, still without stock photos. Now out at US retail.

Power of the Primes Voyager Class wave 2: Hun-Gurr was officially revealed by Hasbro back at New York Comic-Con, but his wave-mate Elita-1 wasn't. Elita was first revealed via the Raffy Rodriguez Hasbro slides leak and subsequently found listed in Toys"R"Us's systems, at Amazon and Walmart's public website. We also got some leaked images (CG renders and the back of her packaging). Eventually solicited to online retailers only days before the wave was released at US retail. We still don't have official stock images from Hasbro.


Category 2:

Transformers Prime: Robots in Disguise (aka "PRID") Voyager Class Megatron was first revealed via an Argos catalog... which effectively marked the beginning of his availability at retail in the United Kingdom.

The Robots in Disguise Mini-Con Weaponiers/Clash of the Transformers 2016 Deluxe wave (Power Surge Optimus Prime, Paralon and Starscream): The white redeco of Power Surge Optimus Prime was rather accidentally revealed by Hasbro when they included a CG render of him with the New York Toy Fair 2016 press release in place of Titans Return Fortress Maximus. Paralon was revealed via the RID mobile game, whereas Starscream was a complete surprise when the entire wave was suddenly found at a Canadian Toys"R"Us store. Neither of them were previously known to be exclusives.

Robots in Disguise Combiner Force Legion Class wave 1/10 (Starscream and Springload, with packaging variant re-releases of Optimus Prime and Grimlock) was found at Australian retail without so much of a peep beforehand.

Robots in Disguise Combiner Force Three-Step Changers waves 1/10 (Optimus Prime and Bumblebee) and 2/11 (Grimlock and Seismic Strike Thunderhoof) were revealed at a release event in the Philippines... which was also their first worldwide availability at the same time. Both waves were released at US retail only a few weeks later.


Anything else I'm missing?

On the topic of scale: Ha-ha, Hasbro, nice trolling everyone

16 January 2018 - 02:49 AM

So, we the fans have spent hours upon hours discussing scale. Good times.

Admittedly, when it comes to Transformers, scale is borked up beyond belief, and has been that way from day 1, but people can still get very passionate about it, and there has always been some minimal understanding of the basic, underlying concept. I mean, even the G1 cartoon typically portrayed Optimus Prime as significantly larger than most of the other Autobots, because he turns into a truck cab while mostly everyone else initially turned into cars. So whenever you'd get a Deluxe-sized Optimus Prime toy, he'd be out of scale with, say, a Deluxe-sized Bumblebee toy.

Hasbro has been traditionally rather iffy about the subject, but usually still acknowledged it to some degree by releasing toys of Optimus Prime at a larger price point than, say, Bumblebee, so they'd be at least vaguely in scale with each other. Admittedly, there have been some weird goofs in the past, such as the messed up scale within combiner teams (remember that infamous fan art of Bruticus being drawn to scale?), or all Action Masters being presented as being the same size in fiction (so even Bumblebee and friggin' Devastator are the same size!). Or how about the ROTF "Fury of Fearswoop" set, where a Deluxe-sized Decepticon fighter jet is released in a set with two Legends (now "Legion") Autobot cars, which would be more or less to scale... except the bio on the back of the packaging explicitly points out the large size of the Decepticon as something out of the ordinary.

So anyway, the term "scale" has always been used to refer to a size ratio, it was usually the alternate modes and their real-life counterparts that were used as a reference point, and it was generally accepted by both Hasbro and the fans that not all Transformers are created equal, i.e. not all of them are the same size in-fiction.


Well. That was oldspeak. Enter newspeak.

For a few years now, Hasbro has been using the term "scale" explicitly to refer to toy size classes (aka "price points").

https://www.hasbro.c...D0-EE05A1B48B91

Each Combiner robot build starts with a Voyager Scale Combiner Wars figure as the torso. Add any 4 Deluxe Scale Combiner Wars figures like this one to form the arms and legs and create your own gigantic Combiner. Gear up for battle with a Legends Scale Combiner Wars figure that becomes either weaponry or armor. Yes -- that is up to 6 Transformers bots combining into 1 unstoppable super robot. You're welcome.
Deluxe, Voyager, and Legends Scale Combiner Wars figures are each sold separately (subject to availability), and not all Legends Scale Combiner Wars figures can become weapons or armor. Look for the label on Legends Scale figure packs or see the online product description for more info.


http://pulse.hasbro....nger-brake-neck

By using a simple mechanism we make it possible for fans to create any combination they choose using Voyager and Deluxe scale Transformers.
[...]
From a product perspective, we wanted to try to create "big" versions of the popular Combiner Gestalts like Superion, Menasor and Defensor, and we worked really hard internally with our marketing partners to create a plan that let fans combine Deluxe, Voyager and Legends scale figures together.


http://files.shareho...escriptions.pdf

The large, feature-packed LEADER scale action figure is based on a classic TRANSFORMERS character, like SKY WARP, and features a firing projectile, massive weaponry and working vehicle features.
[...]
The biggest figure is Titan Scale FORTRESS MAXIMUS, the largest figure in the TRANSFORMERS GENERATIONS TITANS RETURN line and one of the largest converting TRANSFORMERS toys!


https://www.hasbro.c...B0-2645C8D6FA0D

Transformers Generations Titans Return Legends Class figures are 3.75-inch scale figures.
[...]
Figure scale: 3.75 inches



That's not what "scale" means, you idiots!

Simply put, "scale" refers to a ratio (you always need a reference point to determine a scale), whereas Hasbro is using it as an absolute.


Naturally, fans have started to parrot the Hasbro lingo and are now referring to toys as "Legends scale", "Deluxe scale" etc., thereby forever obscuring the original meaning of the term.

What do you mean "Optimus Prime and Bumblebee are out of scale"? They're the same scale! They're both Legion scale!

Titans Return complete Titan Masters and vehicles list including retools and redecos

29 December 2017 - 11:49 AM

Similar to "The math of Combiner Wars, part 2: List of all versions", this is supposed to be a complete list of all releases of these figures. I'll start with the Titan Masters, including TLK Cogman!


Titan Masters

Sculpt #1: Nightbeat
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Titan Masters wave 1 Nightbeat (Nightbeat face)
Version 2: TakaraTomy Legends LG 28 Rewind & Nightbeat: Nightbeat (Nightbeat face)
Version 3: TakaraTomy Legends LG 57 Octone: Ghost Starscream (Starscream face)

Sculpt #2: Siren
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Titan Masters wave 1 Loudmouth (Siren face)
Version 2: TakaraTomy Legends LG 29 Wheelie & Goshooter: Goshooter (Siren face)

Sculpt #3: Squeezeplay
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Titan Masters wave 1 Crashbash (Squeezeplay face)
Version 2: TakaraTomy Legends LG 24 Shockwave & Cancer: Cancer (Squeezeplay face)
Version 3: Hasbro Titans Return Titan Masters wave 2 Clobber (Grimlock face)
Version 4: Hasbro Titans Return Titan Masters wave 3 Overboard (Squeezeplay face)
Version 5: TakaraTomy Legends Wonder Festival 2017 exclusive LG EX Headmaster Set: Grimlock (Grimlock face)

Sculpt #4: Horri-Bull
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Titan Masters wave 1 Terri-Bull (Horri-Bull face)
Version 2: TakaraTomy Legends LG 37 Jaguar/Ravage & Bullhorn: Bullhorn (Horri-Bull face)
Version 3: Hasbro Titans Return Titan Masters wave 2 Skytread (Flywheels face)
Version 4: TakaraTomy Legends Wonder Festival 2017 exclusive LG EX Headmaster Set: Flywheel (Flywheels face)

Sculpt #5: Duros
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Deluxe Class wave 1 Furos & Hardhead: Furos (Hardhead G1 toy face)
Version 2: TakaraTomy Legends LG 21 Hardhead: Ros (Hardhead Headmasters anime face)
Version 3: Hasbro Titans Return Deluxe Class wave 4 Chasm & Quake: Chasm (Quake face)
Version 4: TakaraTomy Legends Wonder Festival 2017 exclusive LG EX Headmaster Set: Hardhead (Hardhead G1 toy face)

Sculpt #6: Haywire
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Deluxe Class wave 1 Hyperfire & Blurr: Hyperfire ("Titan Master" head, Blurr face)
Version 2: TakaraTomy Legends LG 25 Blurr ("Titan Master" head, Blurr face)
Version 3: Hasbro Titans Return Deluxe Class wave 2 Autobot Stylor & Chromedome: Autobot Stylor ("Titan Master" head, Chromedome IDW More than Meets the Eye comic face)
Version 4: TakaraTomy Legends LG 32 Chromedome: Chrome ("Titan Master" head, Chromedome Headmasters anime face)
Version 5: Hasbro Titans Return San Diego Comic-Con 2016/Hasbro Toy Shop exclusive Titan Force: Autobot Teslor ("Titan Master" head, Brainstorm IDW More than Meets the Eye comic face)
Version 6: Hasbro Titans Return Walgreens exclusive Deluxe Class Autobot Teslor & Brainstorm ("Titan Master" head, Brainstorm IDW More than Meets the Eye comic face)
Version 7: TakaraTomy Legends LG 39 Brainstorm: Cana ("Titan Master" head, Brainstorm Headmasters anime face)
Version 8: Hasbro Titans Return Deluxe Class wave 3 Autobot Throttle & Autobot Breakaway: Autobot Throttle ("Titan Master" head, Getaway face)
Version 9: Hasbro Titans Return Toys"R"Us exclusive Chaos on Velocitron: Parsec ("Titan Master" head, Nautica face)
Version 10: Hasbro Titans Return Hasbro Toy Shop/Toys"R"Us exclusive Leinad & Arcee & Ultra Magnus: Leinad ("exo-suit" head, Arcee face)
Version 11: TakaraTomy Legends Wonder Festival 2017 exclusive LG EX Headmaster Set: Chromedome ("Titan Master" head, Chromedome IDW More than Meets the Eye comic face)
Version 12: TakaraTomy Legends Wonder Festival 2017 exclusive LG EX Headmaster Set: Brainstorm ("Titan Master" head, Brainstorm IDW More than Meets the Eye comic face)

Sculpt #7: Nightstick
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Deluxe Class wave 1 Fracas & Scourge: Fracas (G1 Nightstick toy head, arms and lower legs, Scourge face)
Version 2: TakaraTomy Legends LG 26 Scourge (G1 Nightstick toy head, arms and legs, Scourge face)
Version 3: Hasbro Titans Return Deluxe Class wave 2 Xort & Highbrow: Xort (G1 Gort head, G1 Nightstick toy arms and lower legs, Highbrow G1 cartoon Rebirth/Marvel comic face)
Version 4: TakaraTomy Legends LG 33 Highbrow: Gorter (G1 Gort head, G1 Nightstick toy arms and lower legs, Highbrow Headmasters anime face)
Version 5: Hasbro Titans Return Deluxe Class wave 5 Scorchfire & Windblade: Scorchfire ("Scorchfire" head, arms and lower legs, Windblade face)
Version 6: TakaraTomy Legends LG 44 Sharktron & Sweeps/Sharkticon: Sweeps (G1 Nightstick toy head, arms and lower legs, Sweep face)
Version 7: TakaraTomy Legends LG 62 Targetmaster Windblade ("Scorchfire" head, arms and lower legs, Windblade face)

Sculpt #8: Grax
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Deluxe Class wave 1 Grax & Skullsmasher: Grax (Skullcruncher vaguely G1 toy-inspired face)
Version 2: TakaraTomy Legends LG 22 Skull/Skullcruncher: Grax (Skullcruncher Headmasters anime face)
Version 3: Hasbro Titans Return Deluxe Class wave 4 Gatorface & Decepticon Krok: Gatorface (Krok face)

Sculpt #9: Megatron
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Voyager Class wave 1 Nucleon & Galvatron: Nucleon (vaguely G1 Galvatron toy-inspired face)
Version 3: TakaraTomy Legends LG 23 Galvatron: Megatron (vaguely G1 Galvatron toy-inspired face)
Version 3: TakaraTomy Legends e-Hobby exclusive LG EX Convobat: Megalligator (vaguely G1 Galvatron toy-inspired face)

Sculpt #10: Sentinel Prime
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Voyager Class wave 1 Autobot Infinitus & Sentinel Prime: Autobot Infinitus (Sentinel Prime face)
Version 2: Hasbro Titans Return San Diego Comic-Con 2016/Hasbro Toy Shop exclusive Titan Force: Autobot Infinitus (Sentinel Prime face)
Version 3: TakaraTomy Legends e-Hobby exclusive LG EX Convobat (Sentinel Prime face)
Version 4: Hasbro Titans Return Voyager Class wave 2 Darkmoon & Astrotrain: Darkmoon (Astrotrain face)
Version 5: TakaraTomy Legends LG 40 Astrotrain (Astrotrain face)
Version 6: TakaraTomy Legends LG 41 Leo Prime (Sentinel Prime face)

Sculpt #11: Hi-Q
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Leader Class wave 1 Autobot Apex & Powermaster Optimus Prime: Autobot Apex (mouthplate-less Optimus Prime face)
Version 2: Hasbro Primitive Optimus Prime & Shreddicus Maximus: Shreddicus Maximus (mouthplate-less Optimus Prime face)
Version 3: TakaraTomy Legends LG 35 Super Ginrai: Ginrai (mouthplate-bearing Optimus Prime face)
Version 4: Hasbro Titans Return Big Bad Toy Store exclusive Siege on Cybertron: Ginrai (mouthplate-bearing Optimus Prime face)
Version 5: TakaraTomy Legends TakaraTomy Mall exclusive LG EX God Ginrai: Ginrai (mouthplate-bearing Optimus Prime face)

Sculpt #12: Blaster/Soundwave
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Leader Class wave 1 Twin Cast & Autobot Blaster: Twin Cast (Blaster torso and head, Blaster face)
Version 2: TakaraTomy Legends LG 27 Broadcast/Blaster: Twincast (Blaster torso and head, Blaster face)
Version 3: Hasbro Titans Return Leader Class wave 2 Soundblaster & Soundwave: Soundblaster (Soundwave torso and head, Soundwave face)
Version 4: TakaraTomy Legends LG 36 Soundwave: Soundblaster (Soundwave torso and head, Soundwave face)

Sculpt #13: Spike (Hasbro version)
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Titan Class wave 1 Emissary & Cerebros & Fortress Maximus: Emissary (Cerebros G1 cartoon Rebirth/Marvel comic face, Hasbro version)
Version 2: Hasbro Titans Return San Diego Comic-Con 2016/Hasbro Toy Shop exclusive Fortress Maximus Convention Edition: Emissary (Cerebros G1 toy/Headmasters anime face)
Version 3: TakaraTomy Legends LG 31 Fortress Maximus: Fortress (Cerebros G1 toy/Headmasters anime face)
Version 4: TakaraTomy Transformers & Downtown No Gaki No Tsukai Ya Arahende! Crossover: Donarimasu (Donarimasu face)
Version 5: TakaraTomy Transformers & Downtown No Gaki No Tsukai Ya Arahende! Crossover: Guchirimasu (Guchirimasu face)
Version 6: TakaraTomy Legends TakaraTomy Mall exclusive LG-EX Grand Maximus: Gran (Cerebros G1 toy/Headmasters anime face)

Sculpt #14: Apeface
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Titan Masters wave 2 Apeface (Apeface face)
Version 2: TakaraTomy Legends LG 38 Condor/Laserbeak & Apeface: Apeface (Apeface face)

Sculpt #15: Brawn
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Titan Masters wave 2 Brawn (Brawn face)
Version 2: TakaraTomy Legends Wonder Festival 2017 exclusive LG EX Headmaster Set: Gong (Brawn face)

Sculpt #16: Vorath
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Deluxe Class wave 2 Vorath & Mindwipe: Vorath (vaguely G1 Mindwipe toy-inspired face)
Version 2: TakaraTomy Legends LG 34 Wipe/Mindwipe: Vorath (Mindwipe Headmasters anime face)

Sculpt #17: Monzo
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Deluxe Class wave 2 Monxo & Wolfwire: Monxo (vaguely G1 Weirdwolf toy-inspired face)
Version 2: TakaraTomy Legends LG 30 Weirdwolf: Monzo (Weirdwolf Headmasters anime face)

Sculpt #18: Beta Maxx/Cybertron Safeguard
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Voyager Class wave 2 Autobot Sovereign & Alpha Trion: Autobot Sovereign (Alpha Trion face)
Version 2: Hasbro Titans Return Voyager Class wave 4 Blunderbuss & Broadside: Blunderbuss (Broadside face)
Version 3: TakaraTomy Legends LG 53 Broadside (Broadside face)
Version 4: Hasbro Titans Return Big Bad Toy Store exclusive Siege on Cybertron: Fathom (Tidal Wave face)

Sculpt #19: Brisko
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Titan Masters wave 3 Fangry (plastic torso, Fangry face)
Version 2: Hasbro Titans Return Big Bad Toy Store exclusive Siege on Cybertron: Thunderwing (diecast metal torso, Thunderwing face)
Version 3: Hasbro Titans Return Hasbro Toy Shop/Toys"R"Us exclusive Leinad & Arcee & Ultra Magnus: Ultra Magnus (diecast metal torso, Ultra Magnus face)
Version 4: Hasbro Titans Return Hasbro Toy Shop/Toys"R"Us exclusive Fengul & Grotusque & Scorponok: Scorponok (diecast metal torso, Scorponok face)

Sculpt #20: Swoop
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Titan Masters wave 3 Autobot Ptero (plastic torso, Swoop face)
Version 2: Hasbro Titans Return Toys"R"Us exclusive Chaos on Velocitron: Rodimus Prime (diecast metal torso, Rodimus Prime face)

Sculpt #21: Lione
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Titan Masters wave 3 Sawback (Lione face)
Version 2: TakaraTomy Legends LG 64 Seaspray & Lione: Lione (Lione face)

Sculpt #22: Firebolt
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Deluxe Class wave 3 Firedrive & Autobot Hot Rod: Firedrive (Hot Rod face)
Version 2: TakaraTomy Legends LG 45 Targetmaster Hot Rodimus/Hot Rod (Hot Rod face)
Version 3: TakaraTomy Street Fighter II × Transformers Ken vs Chun-Li: Ken (Hot Rod face)

Sculpt #23: White Leo
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Deluxe Class wave 3 Daburu & Autobot Twinferno: Daburu ("White Leo" head, Doublecross face)
Version 2: TakaraTomy Legends LG 51 Targetmaster Doublecross: White Leo ("White Leo" head, Doublecross face)
Version 3: Hasbro Titans Return Hasbro Toy Shop/Toys"R"Us exclusive Fengul & Grotusque & Scorponok: Fengul ("Platinum Tiger" head, Grotusque face)

Sculpt #24: Blowpipe
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Deluxe Class wave 3 Blowpipe & Triggerhappy: Blowpipe (Triggerhappy face)
Version 2: TakaraTomy Legends LG 49 Targetmaster Triggerharpy/Triggerhappy (Triggerhappy face)
Version 3: Hasbro Titans Return Big Bad Toy Store exclusive Siege on Cybertron: Professor Go (Metalhawk face)
Version 4: Hasbro Titans Return Deluxe Class wave 4 Aimless & Misfire: Aimless (Misfire face)
Version 5: TakaraTomy Legends LG 52 Targetmaster Misfire (Misfire face)
Version 6: Hasbro Titans Return Deluxe Class wave 6 Caliburst & Slugslinger: Caliburst (Slugslinger face)
Version 7: TakaraTomy Legends LG 55 Targetmaster Slugslinger (Slugslinger face)

Sculpt #25: Diaclone pilot
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Voyager Class wave 3 Diac & Optimus Prime: Diac (Generation 2 Laser Optimus Prime face)
Version 2: TakaraTomy Legends Tokyo Toy Show 2017 exclusive LG-EX Black Convoy (Generation 2 Laser Optimus Prime face)
Version 3: Hasbro Titans Return Toys"R"Us exclusive Chaos on Velocitron: Refractor (Generation 2 Laser Optimus Prime face)
Version 4: Hasbro Titans Return Voyager Class wave 5 Murk & Decepticon Octone: Murk (Octane face)
Version 5: TakaraTomy Legends LG 57 Octone (Octane face)
Version 6: TakaraTomy Street Fighter II × Transformers Ryu vs Vega: Ryu (Generation 2 Laser Optimus Prime face)

Sculpt #26: Blitzwing
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Voyager Class wave 3 Doomshot & Megatron: Doomshot (Megatron face)
Version 2: TakaraTomy Legends LG 63 G2 Megatron (Megatron face)
Version 3: Hasbro Titans Return Voyager Class wave 5 Decepticon Hazard & Blitzwing: Decepticon Hazard (Blitzwing face)
Version 4: TakaraTomy Legends LG 59 Blitzwing (Blitzwing face)
Version 5: TakaraTomy Street Fighter II × Transformers Ryu vs Vega: Vega (Megatron face)

Sculpt #27: Jack
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Leader Class wave 3 Decepticon Revolver & Six Shot: Decepticon Revolver (Sixshot G1 toy face)
Version 2: Hasbro Titans Return Toys"R"Us exclusive Chaos on Velocitron: Dynamus (Quickswitch face)
Version 3: TakaraTomy Legends TakaraTomy Mall exclusive LG-EX Greatshot (Greatshot face)

Sculpt #28: Sixshot
Version 1: TakaraTomy Legends LG 50 Sixshot (Sixshot Headmasters anime face)

Sculpt #29: Repugnus
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Titan Masters wave 4 Repugnus (Repugnus face)
Version 2: TakaraTomy Legends LG 48 Gong & Repug/Brawn & Repugnus: Repug/Repugnus (Repugnus face)

Sculpt #30: Shuffler/Ramhorn
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Titan Masters wave 4 Autobot Shuffler ("elephant" head, Shuffler face)
Version 2: Hasbro Titans Return Titan Masters wave 5 Ramhorn ("rhino" head, unreleased rhino Autobot Master Warrior face)
Version 3: TakaraTomy Legends LG 47 Kickback & Clouder/Double-Dealer: Clouder/Double-Dealer ("rhino" head, unreleased rhino Autobot Master Warrior face)

Sculpt #31: Freezout/Flameout
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Deluxe Class wave 4 Freezeout & Autobot Topspin: Freezeout (Topspin face)
Version 2: TakaraTomy Legends LG 66 Targetmaster Topspin (Topspin face)
Version 3: Hasbro Titans Return Deluxe Class wave 5 Flameout & Twin Twist: Flameout (Twin Twist face)
Version 4: TakaraTomy Legends LG 65 Targetmaster Twin Twist (Twin Twist face)

Sculpt #32: Perceptor
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Deluxe Class wave 4 Convex & Perceptor: Convex (Perceptor face)
Version 2: TakaraTomy Legends LG 56 Perceptor (Perceptor face)

Sculpt #33: Recoil
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Deluxe Class wave 4 Flintlock & Sergeant Kup: Flintlock (Kup IDW All Hail Megatron face)
Version 2: TakaraTomy Legends LG 46 Targetmaster Chear/ Kup (Kup G1 cartoon face)
Version 3: Hasbro Transformers Tribute Optimus Prime & Orion Pax Evolution Pack: Orion Pax (Orion Pax face)
Version 4: TakaraTomy The Last Knight TLK-EX Optimus Prime & Orion Pax 2 figure set: Orion Pax (Orion Pax face)

Sculpt #34: Mega/Giga (Hasbro version)
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Leader Class wave 4 Ominus & Sky Shadow: Ominus (Mega head, arms and lower legs, Black Shadow face)
Version 2: Hasbro Titans Return Leader Class wave 5 Dreadnaut & Decepticon Overlord: Dreadnaut (Giga head, arms and lower legs, Overlord Hasbro face)

Sculpt #35: Godbomber headmaster
Version 1: TakaraTomy Legends LG 42 Godbomber (Godbomber face)
Version 2: TakaraTomy Legends TakaraTomy Mall exclusive LG EX God Ginrai: Godbomber (Godbomber face)

Sculpt #36: Wipe-Out
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Titan Class wave 2 Decepticon Necro & Decepticon Full-Tilt & Trypticon: Decepticon Necro (Full-Tilt face)
Version 2: TakaraTomy Legends LG 43 Dinosaurer/Trypticon: Full-Tilt (Full-Tilt face)

Sculpt #37: Giga (TakaraTomy version)
Version 1: TakaraTomy Legends LG 60 Overlord: Giga (Overlord "masculine" head)

Sculpt #38: Mega (TakaraTomy version)
Version 1: TakaraTomy Legends LG 60 Overlord: Mega (Overlord "feminine" head)

Sculpt #39: Cogman
Version 1: Hasbro The Last Knight Premier Edition Deluxe Class wave 4 Cogman (Cogman face)
Version 2: TakaraTomy The Last Knight TLK-29 Cogman (Cogman face)

Sculpt #40: Minerva
Version 1: TakaraTomy Legends TakaraTomy Mall exclusive LG EX God Ginrai: Minerva (Minerva face)

Sculpt #41: Cab
Version 1: TakaraTomy Legends TakaraTomy Mall exclusive LG EX God Ginrai: Cab (Minerva face)

Sculpt #42: Spike (TakaraTomy version)
Version 1: TakaraTomy Legends LG 54 Bumble & Excel Suit Spike: Excel Suit Spike (Cerebros G1 cartoon Rebirth/Marvel comic face, TakaraTomy version)




Titan Master vehicles

Sculpt #1: Jet/drill tank/drill weapon
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Titan Masters wave 1 Nightbeat
Version 2: TakaraTomy Legends LG 32 Chromedome: Moguru

Sculpt #2: Hovercar/tank/weapon
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Titan Masters wave 1 Loudmouth
Version 2: TakaraTomy Legends LG 33 Highbrow: Cargot

Sculpt #3: Dragon/dinosaur/weapon
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Titan Masters wave 1 Crashbash
Version 2: TakaraTomy Legends LG 22 Skull/Skullcruncher: Butla
Version 3: Hasbro Titans Return Titan Masters wave 2 Clobber
Version 4: TakaraTomy Legends LG 34 Wipe/Mindwipe: Servant
Version 5: Hasbro Titans Return Titan Masters wave 3 Overboard

Sculpt #4: Tank/jet/weapon
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Titan Masters wave 1 Terri-Bull
Version 2: TakaraTomy Legends LG 21 Hardhead: Tankette
Version 3: Hasbro Titans Return Titan Masters wave 2 Skytread

Sculpt #5: Gorilla/jet/weapon
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Titan Masters wave 2 Apeface
Version 2: TakaraTomy Legends LG 30 Weirdwolf: Rarigo
Version 3: TakaraTomy Legends e-Hobby exclusive LG EX Convobat: Ape X Arms

Sculpt #6: Hoverbike/caterpillar-tracked Jeep/weapon
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Titan Masters wave 2 Brawn
Version 2: TakaraTomy Legends LG 39 Brainstorm: Synapse

Sculpt #7: Dragon/winged wolf/weapon
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Titan Masters wave 3 Fangry
Version 2: TakaraTomy Legends LG 63 G2 Megatron: Noble

Sculpt #8: Gun-nosecone jet/pteranodon/crossbow weapon
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Titan Masters wave 3 Autobot Ptero

Sculpt #9: Jet/lion/shield
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Titan Masters wave 3 Sawback

Sculpt #10: Jet/Repugnus bug monster/blade weapon
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Titan Masters wave 4 Repugnus
Version 2: TakaraTomy Legends LG 53 Broadside: Repug Armor

Sculpt #11: Tank/elephant/rhino/multi-rocket launching system
Version 1: Hasbro Titans Return Titan Masters wave 4 Autobot Shuffler (elephant mode)
Version 2: TakaraTomy Legends LG 59 Blitzwing: Bigfight (elephant mode)
Version 3: Hasbro Titans Return Titan Masters wave 5 Ramhorn (rhino mode)
Version 4: TakaraTomy Legends LG 56 Perceptor: Amhorn (rhino mode)



Did I miss any?