If there’s one thing, and probably one thing only, to like about Transformers: The Last Knight, it is Optimus Prime’s robot design. The iconic Autobot looked less like a pile of moving trash and more like a sentient being in this film. And that’s where the film’s positives end.
Today, we saw on Hasbro Pulse that this excellent looking rendition of Prime is now a highly detailed action figure from ThreeZero. This version of Prime is all hand-to-hand. The leader of the Autobots doesn’t come with any sort of blaster, only a shield, sword, and wrist blade. Optimus stands at 11.2″ tall and has 73 points of articulation. The figure will ship out on 12/01/2022 and will run you $239.
ThreeZero is no stranger to the Transformers franchise. Previously, we covered the toy maker’s G1 Bumblebee and Optimus Prime. However, this DLX Optimus Prime may be the company’s most detailed Transformer yet. Whatever your thoughts on the film, you’d have to admit that Prime looks impressive here.
DLX Collectible Figures present intricate Transformers designs in a smaller scale with high-fidelity production value. With its unique die-cast metal frame design, DLX not only provides an advanced range of articulation, but also greatly enhances the weight and durability. Together with the detailed and weathered paint application of threezero, a remarkable resemblance is achieved in matching the characters as seen in the original media.
Prime comes with the following accessories and features:
- One (1) interchangeable Battle Mask
- One (1) Blaster Shield
- One (1) Detachable Wrist Balde
- One (1) Cybertronian Sword
- Four (4) pairs of interchangeable hands: one (1) pair of Fists, one (1) pair of Relaxed Hands, one (1) pair of Action Hands, and one (1) pair of hands for holding the Sword
- One (1) DLX Action Stand for various expressive poses
- LED illuminated eyes (2 AG13 batteries required)
What do you think of ThreeZero’s latest Autobot? Let us know your thoughts and opinions in the comments section below.
[Source: Hasbro Pulse]
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