STAND DOWN. The Autobots come face to face with the Maximals in a new clip from Transformers: Rise of the Beasts that debuted during the 2023 MTV Movie & TV Awards this evening.
There's more than meets the trailer with an extended scene clip from Transforers: Rise Of The Beasts. This one gives up the scene where Autobots and the Maximals meet for the first time. We get to hear Wheeljack speak, Rhinox Roar, Cheetor Pounce, Arcee Bounce, and Optimus Primal beat his chest.
Optimus primal looks so amazing! Gotta save up a lot money to get that bot. I mean, the details looks so slick and stylish. So adding to my collection.?
Love the details of those things. Optimus prime and bumblebee and Optimus primal and Cheetos. Gotta get those.
This movie may actually be better than any other previous Transformer movie in existence! A perfect ix between Bayverse, G1, and Beast Wars finally coming together on screen to create, Transformers Rise of the Beasts!
I sure would love to be able to get a few of those Burning Plasma Blaster Battlemasters. Those red limbs would work great to try and make the Autobot Targetmasters. I already have the Takara Legends Targetmasters for the Autobots and Decepticons but I do like to have matching set options.
I've only seem them on BBTS so far for $53 each. No thanks, I don't like matching sets that much. I'll wait until I can find them somewhere else like Mandarake or something.
Oh, the preorders are sold out now anyway. I guess someone wanted them that bad. I mean, that's about what they'd cost if a third party company made them anyway so some might be more desensitized to the price than I am.
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