Six Cybertronian Transformers Are Part Of Next Bumblebee Wave


The Bumblebee movie managed to renew my interest in the Transformers live-action franchise. However, since Michael Bay’s first movie in Autobots/Decepticons war, I felt that there was a major misfire in the sentient robots’ designs.
They looked like walking junk heaps, not to mention the laughable dialog and that thing they tried to call a “plot.” Then the yellow Autobot got his own movie, and suddenly the beings from Cybertron looked like their classic G1 versions.
Hasbro has been creating figures based on the movie for a few years, but there were so many left out of the various Delux and Voyager class toylines. So in 2022, we’ll be getting a slew of new figures. These characters include Wheeljack, Soundwave, Ravage, Ratchet, Shockwave, and Brawn. Click here to see the whole list of upcoming Transformers toys at the Big Bad Toy Store.
These figures will be released throughout multiple series in 2022. Many of these figures are in the Deluxe series, while Soundwave is in the Voyager figures class. The prices range from $12.99 to 33.99.

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Wheeljack and Ratchet are two of the best-looking figures out of the bunch, along with Soundwave and Shockwave looking the most like their G1 counterparts. If only we’d gotten these types of Autobots and Decepticons back in 2007, I may have been more forgiving of the terrible script.
Now, will someone please fix Hotrod and Megatron? Please? I mean it. I don’t need the ultimate robotic villain to look like he’s a futuristic circumcision machine. Megatron is so painful to look at.
What do you think of the Cybertronian versions of these classic Transformers characters? Did Bumblebee right the wrongs of Michael Bay’s design choices? Let us know your opinions in the comments section.
[Source: Big Bad Toy Store]


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Mike Phalin
Mike Phalinhttp://syxxsense.com
Longtime problematic entertainment journalist. The former workhorse for Dread Central, ScienceFiction.com, and Fanbolt.

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