Taking a look at the Transformers Movie Masterpiece Series MPM-12 Optimus Prime

By The All-Spark, have you seen this new Optimus?!

We are absolutely blown away by this new version of the big fella, inspired by the Bumblebee movie version and with a whopping 50+ points of articulation.

It’s an absolute stunner (though we suspect there might be a mis-transform there in truck mode, I don’t remember Optimus having cat ears – this ain’t none of your Beast Wars, kids!

Anyway, this extraordinarily detailed figure comes in at a very reasonable £125 and will be available this summer from all the usual suspects.

Here’s the official blurb:


(HASBRO/Ages 8 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: £124.99/Available: Summer 2021)

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Modelled after the Transformers live action movies, Movie Masterpiece authentic figures feature film-inspired details and accessories, ideal for displaying on collectors’ shelves. This authentic Transformers collectible figure was inspired by the CAD files from the Transformers: Bumblebee movie and includes die cast parts and 150 deco ops with more than 50 points of articulation. Optimus Prime leaps to the defence of his fellow Autobots, leading their heroic last stand at the fall of Cybertron. This Optimus Prime figure features specs and details inspired by the Autobot leader’s appearance in Transformers: Bumblebee and includes his iconic Matrix of Leadership accessory that fits inside his chest and his Ion Blaster accessory. Figure converts between movie-accurate robot and truck modes in 49 steps and features articulated head, hands, waist, and chest.

Available for pre-order at In Demand ToysKapow, Zavvi and all good collector sites.

SAMDAVThe Writer of this piece was: Sam Graven
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