Takara Tomy Unveils Transformers Generations Selects God Neptune , Air Wave , Plus Fuser & Blast Master

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Takara Tomy Generations Selects God Neptune was revealed by TakaraTomymall.jp after teasing it the other day on Twitter. This is not a surprise as the repaint was a forgone conclusion. Unique aspects of this repaint are added accessories and the Squid is a female robot and some molds are new for that. I am very hopeful we will see this on Hasbro Pulse in the next week or so like the Super Megatron. Update it is now on Hasbro Pulse updated info in in the article.

 

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Transformers Takara Tomy Generations Selects TT-GS10 God Neptune (Hasbro Pulse Exclusive)

“GENERATION SELECTS” is a “GENERAL SELECTION” that is a normal GENERATION series, and develops characters that have not been commercialized as “new” or “only for online sales”!

The long-awaited God Neptune appears in the Generation Select series!
A giant robot “God Neptune” is born by combining five robots that transform from a monster type beast form to a humanoid form.
Like the original, it is commercialized with the recolor specification of Seacons King Poseidon, but the robot mode of Squire, a squid type monster that coalesces on the left leg, uses a female type mold that more respects the original character setting, body and head. The part is completely new and reproduced.
In addition, the included weapons that were canceled in the original are included as they are, so you can enjoy playing weapons that you could not do in the original. It is a big package specification with a great combination set.

From Hasbro Pulse

The Takara Tomy Transformers Generations Selects God Neptune figure was imported directly from Japan in its original packaging with Japanese-language instructions, featuring authentic Takara Tomy design and deco.

Authentic Takara Tomy Product as sold in Japan, with original packaging and Japanese-language instructions

Includes: 5 figures, shield, 5 sword, and 8 blaster accessories. Also includes fist and feet attachments for combiner mode

  • Figures include Seacons Halfshell (torso), Sea Phantom (right arm), Coelagon (left arm), Terrormander (right leg), and Scylla (left leg)
  • Each figure converts from robot to beast mode and together combine into God Neptune figure
  • God Neptune is the combined form of the Predacon-aligned Seacons from the Transformers Beast Wars II cartoon that aired in Japan in 1998
  • Combine sword accessories to form trident weapon accessory that God Neptune figure can hold
  • Includes weapon accessories that were not included in the original 1998 toy release

Pre-order by 06/15/2020

Retail $185.00

Pre order at Hasbro Pulse HERE

 

More News on the Japan Cybertron Front

 

Transformers Earthrise ER EX-12 Air Wave

Reboot popular characters of TF history! A war for cybertron trilogy series that reproduces a realistic battle scene with a boss hole where weapons and effect parts can be attached and a wide range of motion.
Start of the new series, Earthrise series, which reproduces the battle of super robot life forms with conventional concept + battle station play!

[Air Wave]
Micromaster Air Defense Force.
It transforms from robot mode to a base of the earth (battle station).
The base can be connected with other items using a common joint with a trap.

Retail – ¥ 3,080

Release Date – October 2020

Transformers Earthrise ER EX-11 Fuser & Blast Master

Reboot popular characters of TF history! A war for cybertron trilogy series that reproduces a realistic battle scene with a boss hole where weapons and effect parts can be attached and a wide range of motion. Start of the new series, Earthrise series, which reproduces the battle of super robot life forms with conventional concept + battle station play!

[Fuser & Blast Master]
Micromaster Interstellar Defense Corps.
Combiner that constitutes a space vehicle.
It transforms into a space shuttle by combining two bodies.

Retail – ¥ 1,650

Release Date – October 2020

 

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