Hasbro has added two new Studio Series Core Class figures to their lineup, inspired by the upcoming Transformers: Rise of the Beasts movie. Arcee and Freezer are available for pre-order now and you can find them through the following shopping links. Please note that US shipping is free with Entertainment Earth for orders $39+ with code FREESHIP39 at checkout during the month of January 2023. Please note that Entertainment Earth also has a Studio Series Core Class case for $99.99 including Arcee, Freezer and Rumble.
Transformers Studio Series Core Class Arcee ($11.99) – Pre-order at Entertainment Earth / Amazon: “The new Studio Series Terrorcon Freezer action figure is 3.5″ tall and converts from robot to motor mode in 11 steps. Figure includes a blaster accessory that attaches in either position.”
Transformers Studio Series Core Class Terrorcon Freezer ($11.99) – Pre-order at Entertainment Earth / Amazon: “The new Studio Series Terrorcon Freezer action figure is 3.5” tall and features classic conversions between robot and 3 different Cybertronian weapon modes. The figure can be attached to other Studio Series figures in robot or vehicle mode as a combat weapon.
Following the trailer for the upcoming live-action film Transformers: Rise of the Beasts in December, Hasbro released the Transformers: Rise of the Beasts Studio Series Deluxe Class Bumblebee and the Studio Series Voyager Class Battletrap. Details on each figure can be found below.
Transformers Studio Series Deluxe 100 Bumblebee ($24.99) – See on Amazon / Entertainment Earth: This 4-inch figure converts from robot to Chevrolet Camaro mode in 23 steps and comes with the Stinger Blaster and armblade accessories that attach to Bumblebee in both robot and car modes. The figure also comes with a background display that lets you recreate a scene from the movie.
Transformers Studio Series Voyager 99 Battletrap ($34.99) – See on Amazon / Entertainment Earth: This 6-inch action figure converts from robot to GMC tow truck mode in 30 steps and comes with a mace. It also comes with a removable background display inspired by the movie.
Directed by Steven Caple Jr. of Creed II, Transformers: Rise of the Beasts is officially described as follows: “Returning to the action and spectacle that first captured moviegoers around the world 14 years ago with the original Transformers, Transformers: Rise of the Beasts will take takes the audience on a 1990s world travel adventure and introduces the Maximals, Predacons, and Terrorcons to the existing battle on Earth between Autobots and Decepticons.” Anthony Ramos and Dominique Fishback lead the human cast for the film, which includes some surprise voice actors, including Ron Perlman as the gorilla-inspired Optimus Primal, Michelle Yeoh as fellow Maximal Airazor, and Pete Davidson as Autobot Mirage.
If you’re wondering where the movie fits into the Transformers movie continuity, check out the recent post on the subject. Of course, we’ll learn more before the movie hits theaters on June 9, 2023.
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