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Transformers

Ghostbusters x Transformers

Ghostbusters x Transformers
$50  Buy Comment

Among the many fun things on display at the 2019 NY Toy Fair was this amusing mashup, courtesy of Hasbro. Yes, what you’re looking at is a 7″ long version of the Ghostbuster’s Ecto-1 that converts into a Transformer. Known as Ectotron, this awesome toy will ship 7/31/19.

Transformers x Led Zeppelin

Transformers x Led Zeppelin

Cybertronic Spree is a Transformers-themed tribute band, who plays a variety of cartoon, videogame, and anime theme songs dressed in awesome costumes. During a recent show, they also performed a truly entertaining cover of Led Zeppelin’s wailing Immigrant Song.

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Making a Bumblebee Helmet

Making a Bumblebee Helmet

Prop maker Odin Abbott showcases his cutting and painting skills as well as his creativity by making a wearable Bumblebee helmet, complete with light up eyes. As with the rest of his projects, the helmet is made almost entirely out of craft foam.

Senpower Optimus Prime

Senpower Optimus Prime

The Transformers toy we always wanted as kids, this motorized Optimus Prime figure can automatically transform between giant mech and semi-truck in seconds. We haven’t found where to buy one yet, but we’ll keep an eye out on our favorite toy import stores.

3A Toys Bumblebee Action Figure

3A Toys Bumblebee Action Figure

3A Toys is releasing a Bumblebee action figure based on his appearance in his solo movie. The figure stands 8″ tall and has 55 points of articulation. It has an extra masked head, three pairs of swappable hands and an extra right arm with a blaster. Drops 12/1/18 for $165.

G-SHOCK x Optimus Prime

G-SHOCK x Optimus Prime
~$259  Buy Link Comment

Casio Japan teamed up with toy maker Takara Tomy to create a collectible figure of Optimus Prime and a matching red and blue G-SHOCK 6900 chronograph that stores in the Transformers’ chest when not being worn. Sadly, it’s a Japan exclusive at this point.

Hasbro X Alpha Transformers MA-1

Hasbro X Alpha Transformers MA-1
$250  Buy Comment

Alpha Industries teamed up with Hasbro to create a special edition of its classic MA-1 bomber jacket for Transformers’ fans. The jacket features a Bumblebee yellow shell, black racing stripes, flight tag zippers, and is reversible to reveal an epic Transformers illustration.

Dead Optimus Prime Action Figure

Dead Optimus Prime Action Figure

One of Super7’s exclusive toys for the 2018 New York Comic-Con seems more like a cruel April Fools’ joke. The Dead Optimus Prime Super Cyborg action figure and its packaging come in all gray, a nod to one of the greatest twists in animated film history.

Making a Soundwave Boombox

Making a Soundwave Boombox

Soundwave toy inferior, DIY Soundwave boombox superior. I Like to Make Stuff made a boombox-sized Bluetooth speaker that looks like his favorite Transformer, the Decepticon’s Soundwave. As he said, you can choose to tackle the project in a simpler way than he did.

Myth Dealer Hawaiian Shirts

Myth Dealer Hawaiian Shirts

Made with Grandma for Mafia is a fabric upcycling specialist. Her latest project is a series of limited edition Hawaiian shirts made from children’s bedsheets. The designs feature Star Wars, Transformers, NASA and more. Contact her for purchasing info.

PCS Optimus Prime Classic Statue

PCS Optimus Prime Classic Statue
$160  Buy Comment

PCS Collectibles is starting a line of statues that depict the Autobots and the Decepticons as they appeared in the original The Transformers cartoon. First in line is Optimus Prime. The 10.5″ tall polystone statue comes with swappable rifle and energy axe parts.

Transformers vs. G.I. Joe Mini Figures

Transformers vs. G.I. Joe Mini Figures
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Kidrobot continues its Transformers vs. G.I. Joe collection with a batch of blind-boxed mini figures. There are 18 characters to collect, including Optimus Prime, Megatron, Grimlock, Cobra Commander, Destro and Snake Eyes.

Transformers vs. G.I. Joe Skate Deck

Transformers vs. G.I. Joe Skate Deck
$60  Buy Comment

This dope skateboard deck is part of Kidrobot’s Transformers vs. G.I. Joe collection, based on the retro overload comic book series by writer and artist Tom Scioli. Limited to 100 pieces, the deck features original art by Scioli himself.

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Making Optimus Prime’s Sword

Making Optimus Prime’s Sword

Man At Arms: Reforged made a huge lemonade out of an even bigger lemon. Made of over 500 pieces, their scale model of Optimus Prime’s sword from Transformers: The Last Knight is their largest and most complicated build yet.

Trash into Transformers

Trash into Transformers

Great Big Story introduces us to Yu Zhilin and his son Yu Lingyun, both of whom are skilled at metalwork. Along the way, they found they had an affinity for building giant Transformers out of scrap parts from old cars. More recently, they started building amazing original designs.

Transformers Trypticon T-Rex

Transformers Trypticon T-Rex

Hasbro’s ginormous Titan Decepticon measures 20″ tall and can transform between a dinomech, a spaceship, and an entire city. When in dino mode, you can feed it smaller action figures, and they land in its stomach. Drops this fall for $150.

Eclectic Method: Transformers

Eclectic Method: Transformers

Using only sounds found in Michael Bay’s bombastic Transformers’ flicks, Eclectic Method created an EDM track that will have you gyrating your hips on the dance floor to the beat of giant robots beating the crap out of each other.

Robert Burden: Original Myth

Robert Burden: Original Myth
$45K+  Buy Link Comment

Robert Xavier Burden is a collectible toy geek. He’s also an incredibly talented painter. He combines his passions by creating massive and intricate Renaissance-style oil paintings – sometimes as tall as 15 feet – of his toys and their related characters.

More Than Meets the Eye

More Than Meets the Eye

Yes, Transformers really do exist, as is evidenced by this video of Letrons‘ amazing BMW that can turn from a car into a giant mech on command. And yes, the car can actually drive via remote control.

The Real Deal

The Real Deal

Filmmaker Patrick Boivin created this all too short video simply described as “The world as a five-year-old boy sees it.” What makes it truly special is how amazingly realistic the toy animation looks. Impressive VFX work, Patrick.

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Transformers 30th Anniversary Edition

Transformers 30th Anniversary Edition
$20  Buy Link Comment

“One shall stand, one shall fall.” Shout Factory will be releasing a remastered version of the 1986 classic Transformers: The Movie. The Blu-ray release contains both widescreen and full frame versions, as well as several behind-the-scenes docs, original trailers and more.

Generation 1: Hero

Generation 1: Hero

Chisel Pixel’s awesome fan film offers up action, drama, and excitement, all without spending the kind of dollars Michael Bay does. Inspired by the ’80s Transformers TV series and created by Lior Molcho and a group of Transformers cosplayers. Be sure to watch the BTS video.

TRANSformers

TRANSformers

(PG-13 Language) Flashgitz hilarious Transformers parody has something to offend everyone, as Megatron discovers he’s been repressing his true identity as a woman, and determines that the Decepticons are all politically incorrect and must be replaced.

Iron Man vs. Optimus Prime

Iron Man vs. Optimus Prime

The latest episode of batinthesun’s Super Power Beat Down is a computer animated battle between the leaders of the Autobots and the Avengers. Place your bets! Skip to 5:20 for the fight itself.

Transformers: Devastation (Trailer 2)

Transformers: Devastation (Trailer 2)
$50  Buy Link Comment

Check out Optimus Prime and the other playable characters’ unique movesets in Platinum’s hack-and-slash Transformers game. This would be the game of the decade… if it came out 30 years ago.

Transformers: Devastation (Trailer)

Transformers: Devastation (Trailer)
$50  Buy Link Comment

From the maker of Bayonetta comes a hack-and-slash game featuring the G1 Transformers. You can play as Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Sideswipe, Wheeljack and Grimlock. We hope there’s more than meets the eye in this one.

Transformers Generation

Transformers Generation

Harris Loureiro spent six months making this stop-motion Transformers fan film, using nothing more than mech toys, cardboard, campy rock music and cartoon voice acting. Michael Bay could learn a thing or two from Harris.

Megatron Speaks the Truth

Megatron Speaks the Truth

Alexandra Trew was visiting Universal Studios Florida, when she attempted to snap a selfie with Megatron (The Decepticon, not the football player) in the background. Megatron really doesn’t like selfies and social networks.

Transformers x Sega x Sony

Transformers x Sega x Sony
$100  Buy Comment

TakaraTomy’s consoles in disguise. Optimus Prime transforms into the original PlayStation, complete with a controller and a memory card, while Megatron turns into a Mega Drive with a controller and a Sonic cartridge.

Transformers 4 Honest Trailer

Transformers 4 Honest Trailer

As long as Michael Bay keeps making Transformers movies, Screen Junkies will be there to assess the wreckage he leaves behind. We feel bad for the people who paid to be exposed to this radioactive crap.

Robots After All

Robots After All
$25  Buy Comment

Illustrator Doom CMYK has been mashing up Daft Punk with other pop culture characters. His latest combo transforms the disco duo into Optimus Prime and Megatron. Just 30 prints are being made, so order now. Stickers included.

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