Transformers Masterpiece Movie line is getting a new figure this fall, as Ironhide will burst onto shelves. Hasbro has revealed the first details for the figure. The Masterpiece series are pretty much as good as it gets when it comes to Transformers action figures. They have the most articulation, feature die-cast parts, and movie-accurate logos and stickers. I have had my hands on the Optimus Prime and it really knocked my socks off.
Transformers Masterpiece Movie Series Ironhide MPM-6
(Ages 8 and up/ Approx. Retail Price: $XX.XX/Available: Fall ‘18)
The Masterpiece Movie Series IRONHIDE MPM-6 figure is perfect for fans and collectors alike, with features inspired by the explosive 2007 Transformers live action movie. The figure showcases the practical AUTOBOT Weapons Specialist with impressive attention to detail. Imagine unleashing IRONHIDE action with die cast detailing, articulated hands, posable neck, movable faceplate and two cannon accessories. Converts from robot to GMC Heavy Duty Topkick 6500 4×4 Crew Cab Edition mode in 45 steps. Available at most major retailers and on HasbroToyShop.com.
Man, 45 steps is a lot. I love me some Transformers figures, but I will be the first to admit that I have trouble transforming them sometimes. I have gotten much better the last couple years after changing figures like Trypticon and such. If I was picking favorites form the films, I would have Ironhide pretty high up on the list. Hopefully I can track this guy down.
The Transformers Masterpiece Movie Series Ironhide figure will be in stores this fall. It will also be sold online at places like the Hasbro Toy Shop.
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