BBTS have sent us a note letting us know they have posted new pre-orders for the Calibre Transformers 20 Inch Optimus Prime and Bumblebee Resin Statues. These are some BIG Bot statues at 20 inches tall and Prime weighing in at a whopping 21 pounds! They are more than meets the size with a limited edition run of just 500 pieces worldwide with a price to match at nearly $1,200 USD. Look for these statues to be shipping In the fall winter time. See more details and images after on the mega statues.
Hey guys, just built a huge lEGO version of OPTIMUS PRIME. Built from over 10,000 pieces of lego. He stands at 55 cm tall. Has taken me around two years to design and create. I have used mostly old school Lego pieces to give him the old school 'lego-mus' prime look. He weighs as much as a 20-inch TV
Sideshow Collectibles have posted news
about their Transformers Revenge of the Fallen Optimus Prime Maqette. The news updates that figure will be presented on their blog this Tuesday, August 24th with a "full product reveal." Additionally, pre-orders for the live action Optimus Prime Magutte will begin this Thursday August 26th, 2010. Be sure to check out our exclusive coverage of the Sideshow Maquette Here
This statuette is the result of a delicate balance between skilled hand craftsmanship and precise computer assisted output, bringing the Autobot leader to life in this static display. The Hot Rod Flames that personify Prime in the movie is faithfully reproduced as high-quality water-slide decals, each carefully applied during production. The item will be out in March 2010 for a retail price of $369.00 USD.
If the plastic crack isn't doing it for you lately, maybe it's time to move on to the hard stuff. Limited to 40 pieces this bronze statue is the ultimate test of your devotion to the Transformers brand. Drop one of these babies in your living room or office and people will know you are a true fan. Check out the auction here
From PopBox Collectibes comes the "Transformers" Bumblebee Electronic Bust. Available in the second quarter of 2008, the electronic bust features a true CG replica of the Autobot with mechanical intricacies. Read more information
Grand System Models
is showing off their head bust of "Transformers" Optimus Prime on their website. The model is extremely detailed and is roughly nine inches tall and five inches wide. The kit features a workable LED system, seen in pictures, as well as an infrared system. Take a look at the detailed gallery over at the manufacturer's website
. No price has been set for the 1/12 scale kit as of yet.