Discussion in 'Transformers Toy Discussion' started by WishfulThinking, May 15, 2018 at 11:39 AM.
Omega Supreme, there is nothing more to state.
This line has nothing to do with the WFC game except its name. Completely unrelated.
nostalgia still plays into effect so its Omega Supreme.
I voted other, with my pick being 'the last Autobot'. A pretty glib answer as I'm not convinced we're going to get another Titan. With the leaked info omitting the size class entirely, and the overall feeling that there's a bit belt tightening with the Generations line it wouldn't surprise me if anything even remotely Titan Scale came out via Haslab. And even then I'm not even sure if it'd definitely be a Generations compatible figure. Hand on heart, I think our Titan days are behind us.
Plus I want Scorponok to be leader class as my Generations shelf is my IDW shelf. And I'm selfish.
Sell us Metrotitan so we can have some extra scratch to invest in the next Titan class toy.
No, you're right.
Oh that's easy Scorponok. Just have to go for the big guy. Omega Supreme would be cool but the scorponoks is the way to go.
Next Titan should be Thanos
Joking apart, after two decepticons in a row I think this time is the turn of an autobot, so Omega Supreme should be the next
The next Titan will most certainly be an Autobot, and he has the most potential for mixing with smaller Micromaster styled figures. Mixing him with elements from Countdown is also a pretty good idea, too, since Micromaster playsets are probably never going to happen on their own unless Hasbro tries launching an entire new line based around just small Transformers (and that's just really unlikely).
As for the others, Metrotitan is destined for a TTMall Exclusive someday, Scorponok will be a Titan later down the road, and Star Convoy and his pals like Grandus will be future Leader class figures.
I'll be honest, I have no interest in a Titan Unicron, that can be a HasLab thing for all I'm concerned....
Actually, when it comes to Unicorn ... the only thing I might slightly be interested in is just the broken/damaged floating head from season 3. They could probably do an affordable version of that, that won't break the bank, I bet.
Omega Supreme, if they have one. I wouldn't be upset, though, if they skipped the Generations Titan this time around in favor of a Titan Class Studio Series Devastator.
If Omega Supreme gets a titan before Scorponok, i swear, i will..i will...uhhh...
Write an angery letter! Yeah!
But seriously, Scorponok better get a titan class figure. Only way i would accepr a Titan Omega Supreme, is if it is the Animated one.
I guess I wouldn't either as it would save me $150 in cash.
Agreed, I'll take my comments to over here. So, yes the poll shows what people would prefer and maybe not what people would buy if offered...but it sure as hell doesn't look good with Metrotitan sitting at 5 votes. I'm guessing a lot of people are like me and wouldn't double dip on the mold, triple if you count Fort Max since he's a retool. Omega Supreme is a resounding yes, Scorponok a close second. It's also not just about price; these things are massive and at some point people are going to be picky on which titans they are willing to grab just because they wont have the space.
I'd prefer a new Omega Supreme, but I'll also take Scorponok (assuming we even get a Titan next year). Don't care about Metrotitan or Star Convoy. And while I don't think it will happen within the next couple of years, I sincerely hope we eventually get Titan Class versions of Primus and Unicron (the latter is more likely, but I still don't see it happening just yet). The two largest Transformers of all time, who are also gods in most universes, deserve no less than to have the largest toys.
Omega Supreme has been my Titan-class wish ever since the poll went up that Trypticon ended up winning.
Although I'm not sure Metrotitan has enough demand to earn a spot as a Titan Class figure at retail (he's just a TTMall exclusive kind of guy to me), I also don't think demand is the only factor. I think it has much more to do with the fact that people would rather that the two big name giant characters (one of which is from '85 and the very heart of G1) get their due first.
Also since Hasbro showed with Trypticon that they can incorporate a line's gimmick without ruining what made the original great, no one should be worried that Omega Supreme wasn't a Micromaster guy in G1. If Titan Omega comes out for WFC, you can expect that the overall presentation will still be a G1-styled Omega Supreme that now has a few extra play features for small Transformers.
I think this is very right. Omega's tank mode can have a cockpit for a -Master sized figure and a couple little pegs for extra figures w/o messing anything up. If BattleMasters are MMs with vehicles/trailers/weapon emplacement modes (updated Micromaster Transports), then OS or Scorps will have pegs or ramps for attachment (leader class ramps from TR would be ideal). It's super easy to fit anyone into the line. Hell, Raiden could easily have a couple train cars that carry MMs.
Omega. Makes the most sense with the Cybertronian line and the -Master gimmick would work great for the rocket and tank components.
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