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Straight from Transformers: Rise of the Beasts, comes an unboxing for Threezero’s new Bumblebee figure

Collector brand Threezero is back with another terrific looking Transformers figure, this time with Rise of the Beasts’ Bumblebee.

From screen to shelf

By now pretty much all Transformers fans know the name “Threezero”. The collector-level company has been producing figures based on the franchise for some time after all, and have made an impact with a pretty incredible amount of detail and articulation. Most of those figures have hailed from the movie-universe, and that’s holding true once again for Threezero’s new Bumblebee.

Pulled from last summer’s Transformers: Rise of the Beasts, Bumblebee showcases the film design of the hero, complete with both normal and “battle mode” look. Along with those options, the 8″ non-converting figure features a stunning 50 points of articulation, ion blaster, and light-up effects.

Here’s a look, as retailer Sideshow pops the box open:

Inspired by this high-octane film, the Bumblebee DLX Collectible Figure by Threezerobrings the beloved Autobot Bumblebee off the screen and on to your shelf. Featuring a weighty diecast frame, this stunning collectible stands at 8 inches tall and is impressively detailed with weathered paint application plus a soft rubber-like material on the wheels. The figure boasts over 50 points of articulation, including adjustable rear wings, allowing for a huge range of dynamic poses. Bumblebee is ready to fight with a swap-out battle mode head featuring LED lights, allowing collectors to switch between blue and red eyes. He also comes with interchangeable dual-arm ion blasters equipped with LED light-up effects. 

Add this loyal soldier to your ranks! The Bumblebee DLX Collectible Figure by
Threezero is now available to pre-order from Sideshow.

Sideshow Toys press release

Priced in at $170 USD, Threezero’s Transformers: Rise of the Beasts Bumblebee is scheduled to start shipping some time between next month and February of 2024. As is typical with Sideshow’s stock though, and although he’s about to enter into that shipping period, he’s still up for pre-order. Hit the links above if you want one.

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