Care of Autobase Aichi, we can share with you some further images of the upcoming Transformers Legends LG-EX Big Powered with you. These images show the same prototype from the 58th All Japan Hobby Model Show earlier in the week – but now with the added benefit of a look at a few different angles and closeups. These let us really appreciate the scale of remolding that has been achieved for this set of three to make them as accurate to their original 1990 releases (and their animation models) as possible. As previously reported all three are looking to be extensive remolds of toys released under Titans Return – Dai Atlas is a remold of Sky Shadow / Overlord, Sonic Bomber is a remold of the Misfire / Triggerhappy / Slugslinger mold, and Roadfire is a remold of Twin Twist. The remolding seems extensive enough to let the three merge in their vehicle forms, and we can see evidence that the Titan Master cockpits remain so we’d expect the trio to now be Headmasters – with the Headmasters possibly representing Atlas, Sonic, and Drillbuster, the Micromasters who came with the original 1990s release, but that’s speculation on our part.
For those coming in late, Big Powered is the name of the combined form of the three Cybertron Powered Masters Dai Atlas, Sonic Bomber, and Roadfire from the series Transformers Zone. Transformers Zone was a 1990 toyline accompanied by a single 20 minute animated episode which introduced the bulk of the Micromasters toys to Japan (a handful having been released in Transformers Victory the previous year). The trio were known for being Micromaster bases with actual robot modes as well as vehicle and base modes. The combined form, Big Powered, was formed when the three came together to face the big villain of the story, Violenjaeger, and was described as being an absurdly fast and powerful vehicle which also left a rainbow in its wake.
According to Autobase Aichi, no details were available in respect of when or how this will be released, or how much it will cost.