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New pics, concept art, & prototype of Titan class Trypticon

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New pics, concept art, & prototype of Titan class Trypticon

Postby Sabrblade » Fri Feb 17, 2017 1:25 pm

Excited for New York Toy Fair this weekend? IGN is too as they have posted new official images of Titans Return Titan class Trypticon in all of his modes, as well as concept art and prototype images. Based heavily on the original 1986 G1 Trypticon design, this impressively large figuret transforms from its Godzilla-esque robot mode to either its City Mode or its Spaceship Mode, and is the largest Decepticon toy ever made! In City Mode, other Titans Return Leader class toys can connect to Trypticon to form the mighty Nemesis Command, and his Spaceship Mode is a modern reinterpretation of the 1986 toy's Battle Station Mode. But the dino-like Robot Mode is where the real fun is at, as he can swallow Titan Master figures and have them removed from the toy's stomach.

Trypticon also comes with Deluxe class Full-Tilt, who is the true aspect of this figure's belonging to the Titans Return line, as Full-Tilt's head detaches to become the Titan Master named Decepticon Necro, who in turn is based on Trypticon's little minion from the G1 Marvel Comics named Wipe-Out.

Trypticon is set for release in Fall 2017, priced at $149.99. Look forward to more coverage of this awesome figure at New York Toy Fair over the weekend.

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