You Didn't Think Fall Of Cybertron Would Come Out Without A Grimlock Toy, Did You?

Revealed today during the Transformers product panel at Comic-Con 2012, the terrible lizard of Transformers fame jumps from High Moon video game onto my computer desk, eventually.

You know I love Grimlock. High Moon knows I love Grimlock. Hasbro knows i love Grimlock and, as it turns out, they know you love Grimlock too. So you owe it to Grimlock to take him home once the next round of Fall of Cybertron toys hit store shelves in March 2013. He's only $US19.99, which seems incredibly cheap for the king.

This version of our favourite dinosaur robot is quite the sexy beast, combining the best of old school Transformer design with some of the more advanced animal mimicking techniques that rose out of the Beast Wars era.

I love him. Fine, I will marry him. See if I won't.


Comments

    For that price, I'd definitely buy one.

      $20 USD = Voyager Class figure, which usually turns into $40-50 AUD.

      I still collect Transformers so I can usually pick up the pricing trends. Voyagers used to be $49.95 RRP but recently they've been a bit better at it, so closer to $40.

    Dear god, why march next year though? I have to have it now!

    I was about to scream "WHO GIVES A SHIT, IT'S NOT THE REEEEL GRIMLOCK!", but then I saw the price, and I realised it's not a high-priced, wanker- nerd toy. Now I want one. I might get one, after I hide my other wanker-nerd toys.

    Release it with the game as a Limited Edition or pre-order bonus. Sales for the game with go up by 10 times the amount.

    MAKE AN ULTIMATE VERSION

    ALSO A PROPER ULTIMATE VERSION OF OPTIMUS, NOT LIKE THAT SHITTY LEADER-PLUS-OTHER-CRAP VERSION

    CAPSLOCK

      Do you mean Masterpiece? Because Ultimates are typically Voyager-class figures with a bunch of extras eg. Voyager Optimus + Trailer.

        I mean like Ultimate Bumblebee, who was fucking cool.

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