Megatron Transformers Generations War for Cybertron Trilogy Leader Spoiler Pack - Exclusive

Prix régulier $89.99

Megatron spoiler pack. Beastify the battlefield inspired by scenes from the Transformers War for Cybertron series. This pack includes a Leader Class 7-inch scale figure inspired by the character as seen in the War for Cybertron series. With 47 deco ops and battle-worn details this is the most series-accurate version of the character.

This toy converts to vehicle mode in 17 steps, the included Fossilizer figure breaks apart into bone weapons to armor up the figure. Comes with 6 accessories inspired by the events in the show!

Awesome packaging designed to look like a battered and worn ammo box that has made its way out of the trenches of the war on Cybertron to the moss-covered jungle on Earth, tangled in vines.

SPOILER ALERT! Inside the awesome ammo box-inspired packaging are spoilers for the War for Cybertron series written in Cybertronian!

Transformers and all related characters are trademarks of Hasbro.

Includes: 2 figures, compound, 6 accessories, and instructions.

Figure scale: 7 inches

Customer Reviews

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Marc Daniel
It's OK

I don't think there is really a whole lot new here especially for the number of Megatrons that have come out in this mold already. MSRP is overpriced but it is what it is

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ssjgoku22
Excellent 2-pack

Best version of Seige Megatron to get. The silver paint really pops and the Matrix along with the purple Paleotrex look great on Megs. Highly recommended.

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Andrew P.
A little pricey but good.

Waited way too long to get a WFC G1-style Megatron and thankfully Toy Snowman had an option, so I didn't have to resort to buying off a scalper. That said, it is a little bit pricey for just the Megs figure itself, but thankfully there's some bonus goodies thrown in.

The Megs is literally just his Siege mold with nicer, more WFC show accurate paint apps. Articulation is the minimum I'd expect from a WFC voyager class, not great but good. A decent Megs, but no real point getting it if you have another release.

Skelivore on the other hand while cool, I'm not super fond of but still think is a nice inclusion. I personally don't care for the weaponizer gimmick, which basically just leaves me with a partsforming, only kinda anatomically correct purple T. rex skeleton robot.

Overall though, I'm satisfied. I finally got my G1 Megs, and even though it was a little pricey, it did come with some extra goodies to mostly make up for it.