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ToyGeek code: MP50-TIGATRON
Transformers Masterpiece MP-50 Tigatron jumps out of the Beast Wars screen and into your collection with this faithfully remastered version of the Beast Wars Classic Tigatron.
The Transformers Masterpiece series of action figures is a collector-focused toyline by Takara Tomy of Japan that brings your favorite Transformers characters from the TV series or big screen to life in toy form. Transformers Masterpiece figures feature highly innovative transformations, screen accurate likenesses, and include an a wide variety of add-on parts, accessories and much more.
MP-50 Tigatron is likely the greatest version of Tigatron and a true masterpiece of a Transformers figure. A centerpiece of your collection get yours at Toygeek your source for everything Transformers.
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Transformers Masterpiece MP-50 Tigatron in Tiger Beast Mode
Transformers Masterpiece MP-50 Tigatron height and size scaled to MP-41 Dinobot and MP-34 Cheetor
Transformers Masterpiece MP-50 Tigatron with Blaster Rifle
4 out of 5 stars overall
March 18, 2021
After slaving through the process of transforming Dinobot, this guy is a breeze. Very poseable, but be warned there's no die cast on this guy. But my figure doesn't have much trouble standing, kneeling, etc. Just know that you have to rotate the knees going into Robot mode. Perfect all around!
Thunder bay, Ontario
December 26, 2020
The Good: Really great looking in both modes.
The price. Shipped to my home this figure was over $400 ($120 was shipping) and it feels incredibly light and cheap. There is absolutely no die cast, for that kind of money you should be getting a figure like G-Creation MTS-Wrath which is hefty AF, whos weapon weighs more than MP 50 with everything + the box.
Not one but BOTH shin guards were busted off out of the box. I had seen videos of his transformation and could see the broken plastic at his ankles right away. Not cool at all! Excellent pose ability IF you could get it to stay in position. His arm panels come loose and tbh don't fold up enough. Speaking of panels they are very loose in Tiger mode adding to the cheap feel, not solid at all. I thought this was supposed to be Masterpiece but nothing screams quality about a MASSIVE thumb, it's terrifyingly huge & doesn't move. Also too many useless accessories that nowhere near make up for the price. I want to like this figure so bad but it put the nail in the coffin for Takara & TFSource at the same time for me.
November 29, 2020
At first I was hesitant because I thought this would simply be a repaint of Cheetor. It is nice to be wrong though! Tigatron towers above his Maximal buddy and is a welcome addition to my MP Maximal ranks.
November 17, 2020
This guy's design is impressive. This is a piece that, though applaudably screen-accurate, should be celebrated most for its brilliantly complex engineering. The transformation produces a chunky, all-white cat out of a tall, muscled, green and white pacifist. But the tolerances needed for so many moving parts are too high for even a $250 price point to fully iron out. The figure possesses only two ratcheted points of articulation. Thankfully, most every friction point is held by screw, allowing you to dial tightness for shoulders, elbows, knees and waist. Many of the panels needed for the transformations rely on friction pins, which aren't optimal for Tigatron. Case in point, His arm panels become loos very quickly and flop down under their own weight; the ankles feel as if they're slowly stripping themselves; a second transformationspecific joint near the knee has made him flop onto his face at least a few times; his front legs in beast mode are already hinging on frictionless. Are these deal breakers? No, of course not. the paint is beautiful and extremely durable, the interchangeable faces and whole-head light-piping looks sticky, posabililty is unbelievable, the tiger mode perfectly captures his timid-unless-provoked personality. His accessories are unique, if difficult to incorporate into poses. And that emerald green, I want a bucket of it to paint my house in. Tigatron has never looked better. This feels like less of a toy and more like a CGI model with a play pattern.
October 25, 2020
This rendition of Tigatron is alot more than just an upscale Cheator mold. The little subtleties are truly masterpiece work and very happy with adding him to my collection. The transformation wasn't overly complicated into bot mode, but beast mode took some time.
October 16, 2020
This is a very nice recreation of Beast Wars Tigatron. My only real complaint is that its hard to position the legs on his back and Idk if the MP Cheetor is the same but the panels that form the tiger mode feel a bit fragile at least to me but that may be just the way the material fits together. I like all the accessories he comes with even though I don't think I will display him with them. All in all this is a very nice figure and is worth getting
October 15, 2020
The design and transformation of this figure is nearly flawless. I'm subtracting a star due to the fact that one of the shin guards pieces was completely broken off (out of the box). It still works and is barely noticeable when transformed (as it can still peg into place) but when spending $200+ on an a new masterpiece item, I'd expect it to be mint.
October 10, 2020
Beautiful, and so cool to have screen accurate toys. TF source is awesome, can't believe how fast I received this brand new piece.
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