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Transforming DVD Case Returns - Bumblebee Gets Treatment

By bwbm on Thursday, August 27, 2009



Similar to the transforming Megatron and Optimus Prime DVD case for Transformers, Paramount is once again use this gimmick for Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, but this time, it will be Bumblebee.

UK-based retailer HMV will be receiving the exclusive for the standard 2-disc and Blu-ray versions of the DVD.

It is unknown which store will receive these exclusives in the states.

The DVD will hit US store shelves on October 20th, and November 31st in the UK, according to HMV.

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TRANS-Lego-MaN
2009-08-30
5:38 pm

me want 
Ultra Bumblemus
2009-08-28
2:06 am

awesome 
Liege Evilmus
2009-08-27
11:01 pm

I missed the DK and Hulk one? I liked the Ironman case, but the single disc was enough for me so I opeted to continue not going overboard with that one... Still, I got the Prime case from Target(put the Sony 86 movie in there), The Megatron case frm Walmart(2007). I'm willing to bet Target wil... read more 
ultrazilla
2009-08-27
8:10 pm

I'm sure Target will sell these Stateside...they always have all the cool cases, and they did release the Optimus and Megatron one's before. Their cases for Iron Man, The Dark Knight, and The Incredible Hulk were all fantastic as well! 
Hip-Hoptimus Rime
2009-08-27
7:01 pm

Awesome. These cases are fun. I'd rather see Starscream as the next one, FWIW. 
AnimatedPlastic
2009-08-27
6:38 pm

 
Timothy.R
2009-08-27
5:57 pm

i think this bumblebee one looks much much better than the prime and megatron ones. 
Liege Evilmus
2009-08-27
4:44 pm

Hah, I knew it would be BB. Wonder who's gonna get the second release? I'd say either Starscream or The Fallen. Eitherway, these cases are the way I go when it comes to these. The disc storage is week, but the idea is just to goofball to pass up. 
BLACKOUT34
2009-08-27
4:37 pm

 
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