Site sponsor Robotkingdom has updated their Facebook page with some new, apparently final images of Planet X’s Project Genesis. As earlier photos indicated, the War for Cybertron Omega Supreme homage is massive, weighing in over 8 lbs, and features multiple points of illumination. And if stability was in question, check out the photo of Genesis lifting the recently released Year of the Snake Omega Supreme, one-handed! Also be sure to check out the beautiful box art.
Robotkingdom estimates Project Genesis will be in stock sometime next week.
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* Right wing does not
So I checked inside the wing housing, and it's clearly missing the part that holds it from falling in when turret is pointing out
Right and left wing for comparison
View attachment 29959635left wing has dark grey panels inside
View attachment 29959636left wing does not
Those things are very loose and can easily be inserted and removed. Just use something non-metal to stick in the pop it out.
It's completely lose hanging inside the cavity
My Genesis's right wing turret came like this. What do I do? Is this a know issue? Please help!View attachment 29959558
Oops. Sorry (not sorry) lol
Your post is the only reason I am in this mess lol. I usually don't like overly shiny stuff.
If it helps, this is the most gloriously metallic transformer I have ever laid eyes on. I think my first post with him is only a couple pages back– you should check the short vid clip so you can see the light hitting him.
Thanks! bonus points for guessing my current conundrum in choosing between NA michael toy version and this for roughly 100 bucks more. I think I will go with this one as it fits my mental image of Omega supreme better but man the newage one is such a fun toy.
Now to decide between metallic and non metallic one.
Anybody here has any new legends figure to pose them side by side for size comparison please?
does the metallic paint wear or chip off easier?
That's been the case for the one day, and I think the weekend, sale items.
Guess they really want this stuff out of the warehouse.
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I would recommend this for anyone thinking about it. I love both my Genesis and Gamma Dim (Guardian repaint). I keep thinking about adding the metallic repaint too, just don't have the extra money for repaints right now (prefer to buy new figures first while money is tight).
The original release a decade ago had one and the second released separately as an add-on, but to my knowledge all recent runs had both. I haven't actually bought recently to be able to say 100% though.
This fella unboxed the newer reissue of the regular Genesis without the window opening and it includes both tanks.
If what I read was correct and I understood correctly. You could buy an add on kit a few years ago.
this may also help you decide which version to buy:
there's no face for the regular version?
Not just metallic, but also being able to see the face..?
is Metallic worth $70 more?