Alien Attack Toys Presents Firage Unofficial DOTM Mirage AKA Dino

Alien Attack Toys, via their Weibo page, has revealed the prototype for an upcoming figure they're working on. Firage is the utterly indecipherable codename they've given to a robot based on Mirage, or Dino as he was referred to in Dark of The Moon, the red Ferrari robot that never got a full size toy, and who you shouldn't be ashamed to admit you forgot existed, because we did too. Reportedly the figure will be around 6 inches tall in robot mode, and is expected to cost about $55, though that pricing may reflect mainland Asia sales with other territories being priced higher. Click through to see the grey prototype!
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