Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Pre-order ThreeA Transformers 18-inch (47cm) Tall Megatron Premium Scale Collectible Figure

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Megatron is a character from the Transformers franchise, created by Hasbro, and based on a toy design by Takara. He is a sentient robotic lifeform from the planet Cybertron and the leader of the villainous Decepticons as well as the archenemy of the Autobot leader Optimus Prime.

In the 2007 live action Transformers film, Megatron's alternate mode is a Cybertronian jet. The apparent explanation for the departure from his gun form is that director Michael Bay does not want to include any sort of size changing in the transformations, which the writers described as "cheating". In one of the special features on the DVD, G1 Megatron's transformation was likened to Darth Vader turning into his own lightsaber to be wielded by someone else.

Sideshow Collectibles and ThreeA Toys are excited to announce the Megatron Premium Scale Collectible Figure from the blockbuster film Transformers. Standing over 18" tall, Megatron is fully posable with over 70 points of articulation and features realistic weathering effect paint application and LED light-up eyes.

Transformers fans, don't miss your chance to own the most powerful Decepticon leader of all time.

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ThreeA Transformers 18-inch (47cm) Tall Megatron Premium Scale Collectible Figure features: Fully Possible With Over 70 Points of Articulation, Including Articulated Fingers, Highly-Detailed Sculpt and Paint Application, Featuring Realistic Weathering Effect, Metal Chains Wrapped Around Torso, Brute Shotgun Weapon Included. LED Light-Up Feature on Eyes. Requires AG1 x 3 button cell batteries (not included)

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December 19, 2014 – ThreeA Toys 15-inch tall Transformers: Bumblebee Premium Scale Collectible Figure posted on my toy blog HERE

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Unknown said...

Aesthetically the new Transformers are ugly and indistinguishable to me but a transformer that doesn't transform? I'm so confused.

I started collecting Takara & Hasbro Masterpiece Transformers this winter so I might be biased in wanting everything to transform now :)

alex teo said...

We all grew up with Transformers (robots in disguise) so to see them un-transformable just seems so wrong.