A late start for official pre-orders on a highly desired Core Class figure today with the release of Studio Series 86 Rumble (Blue). This is a redone cassette bot in movie inspired colors and new weapons. The core class figure will work with WFC/Legends scale Voyager Soundwave (or Blaster, if you want to get crazy). Retail is around $12 USD with a ship date before the end of 2022. Read on for some pics and details, hit the links below to snag him at our sponsors.
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Studio Series has always allowed fans to reach past the big screen and build the ultimate Transformers collection inspired by iconic movie scenes from the Transformers movie universe. Now, the Studio Series line is expanding to include the epic moments and characters from the classic 1986 The Transformers: The Movie, bringing fans a whole new series of screen-inspired figures to collect! (Each sold separately. Subject to availability.) This Studio Series Core Class The Transformers: The Movie -inspired Decepticon Rumble (Blue) figure stands at 3.5 inches and converts from robot to cassette mode in 9 steps. Comes with 2 thruster blasters and 2 pile driver accessories that attach in both modes. This 3.5-inch Decepticon Rumble (Blue) figure makes a great gift for kids and adults! Transformers and all related characters are trademarks of Hasbro.
- STUDIO SERIES CORE CLASS: Core Class figures are 3.5-inch collectible action figures that allow fans to collect mini versions of iconic characters from the movie universe
- 3.5-INCH SCALE DECEPTICON RUMBLE (BLUE): Figure features vivid, movie-inspired deco, is highly articulated for posability
- 2 ICONIC MODES: Figure features classic conversion between robot and cassette modes in 9 steps. Perfect for fans looking for a more advanced converting figure. For kids and adults ages 8 and up
- AWESOME ACCESSORIES: Comes with 2 thruster blasters and 2 pile driver accessories
- BIG SCREEN-INSPIRED: This 3.5-inch Decepticon Rumble (Blue) figure is inspired by the character’s appearance in The Transformers: The Movie
I haven't seen him, but then again here in BC we seem to get things dead last
Yeah, it's silly, but I do wonder if there's a segment of reverse-weeaboos in Japan who are really into it. I kinda miss the LG days when the boxes had the Western name in English and the Japanese names in Katakana.
Has Rumble been seen in Canada? I really want this fella.
I can try scanning it with my phone with the target circle app. That way I can put it on my shopping list and can check which store has en in stock m
Axalon Trading credit rating at "do not loan" bad credit level?
I believe they can use it to look up the toy in assorted US retailers' inventory systems to find out who has it and where, in order to expedite purchase.
Rumble's credit history, at the very least.
Pardon the ignorance but what data can be drawn from this code?
Perfect! Thank you!
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Thank you! Is there one without the light in middle? Kinda want to scan it
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How much was it? Also, can you pls post the barcode of the box?
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Thank you Taiwan!
Does anyone have a barcode for SS86 Rumble?
Not that Slag Slug issue again! What matters is that he ain't behind the TT paywall exclusive like CJ etc.
ToyWorld Hardbone for me.
I'd guess that's because third party will never be canon.
I still want to know the reasoning behind that one. Like, what was it about Shockwave and/or the Revenge that made the creators think "POTATO"