For me, collecting is as much about art as the property itself. The evolution of a character over time can vary greatly from the most epic to utterly simple. It is this dynamic that I find so engaging. Ironically, as much I love super-detailed figures foisting pounds of metal, extended articulation, lights, sounds, and chrome as far as the eye can see. I often find the most juvenile toys tend to have the greatest artistic freedom.
Today's Prime shot takes out on call for roadside assistance with the appropriately named Transformers Rescue Bots Optimus Prime. Whatever the issue, there is a Prime ready to help with roadside assistance. Shown here left to right is the 2013 Optimus Prime Rescue Trailer, 2017 Rescue Bots Optimus Prime Snow Plow, 2015 SG Oprimus Prime KO, 2014 Rescan Optimus Prime Monster, 2015 Rescan Optimus Prime, 2015 Optimus Prime Tow Truck, 2020 Academy Optimus Prime, and 2013 Energize Electronic Optimus Prime.
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