Monday, July 22, 2019

Hasbro Reveals War for Cybertron Unicron, Their Largest Transformer Ever

Last week, just in time for the San Diego Comic Con, Hasbro has revealed their largest Transformer ever in the form of a newly designed Unicron. This is not the mold they have spent the last decade re-releasing over and over but a brand new design that almost could be called Masterpiece Unicron with the real effort put in to make it match the Transformers: The Movie version of the character. There is a massive caveat though. The toy is being released via Haslab at a retail price of $574.99 and requires a minimum of 8,000 orders before midnight on September 1st. As of this writing its about 21% of its goal. That is on the US side. TakraTomy is also allowing for crowdfuning orders via TakaraTomy Mall but its unclear if that campaign goes towards the 8k order or if its got its own separate goal. Below is some of the details and a video announcing the project along with its SDCC display. You can also find pictures here and here.

If wish to consider pre-ordering the 27 inch tall behemoth, head over to Haslab.

Robot Mode
- Cower in fear as you come face to face with the mighty Unicron in his intimidating robot mode, standing at over 27” tall.
- The legendary fiend moves methodically with more than 50 points of articulation.
- He sets his intimidating glare on his enemies with movable eyes.
- With his articulated fingers, he clutches the air menacingly and makes fists full of his infinite fury.
- He insults pitiful lesser beings through his articulated mouth and grins malevolently with his movable teeth.

Planet Mode
- Convert and bring forth the terrifying planet mode of Unicron, a stunning 30” in diameter.
- His iconic planet-eating jaws are geared to open so the vicious Planet Eater can devour unassuming worlds.
- The Chaos Bringer’s imposing presence is amplified by his massive posable planetary rings.
- To support the substantial weight of the approximate 19-pound villainous planet, Unicron requires a custom stand.
- Do not be fooled. The premium detail and deco are, indeed, inspired by classic 1986 movie, but it is not, in fact, The Lord of Chaos himself.

1 comment:

  1. Then it please me, To be the first.


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