You're gonna need a bigger toy box to contain the immensity of Hasbro's new $149 Trypticon T-Rex Transformer revealed at last weekend's Toy Fair 2017.
This devastating Decepticon stands 20 inches tall in full T-Rex configuration, making him the most ginormous action figure stomping around the company's Titans Return product line. It can be shifted into three different robo-modes: dino, spaceship and city, and also has the awesome ability to devour smaller figures which can be rescued from its stomach. Sweet!
Here's the official press proclamation:
Transformers Generations: Titans Return Trypticon
The TRANSFORMERS battle explodes into uncharted territory when the TITANS RETURN! To control an ancient race of giant, city-sized warriors — TITANS — the AUTOBOTS and DECEPTICONS must harness the power of TITAN MASTERS, smaller bots that give bigger bots enhanced abilities in battle. The ultimate Decepticon weapon is joining the Titans Return battle! Trypticon will destroy everything and devour everyone in his path. The Titan Class Trypticon figure is the largest figure in the 2017 Titans Return universe and is also the biggest Decepticon figure ever made.
The towering T-Rex converts between three different modes: dino, spaceship and city. When the figure is in city mode, it connects to Titans Return Leader Class figures (each sold separately) to form the giant Nemesis Command. When the figure is in T-Rex mode, it can 'eat' Titan Master figures: Trypticon can chomp them down, then you can open his stomach to get them out. Comes with a Deluxe Class Full-Tilt figure and a Titan Master Decepticon Necro figure. Full-Tilt figure attaches to Trypticon's chest. Titan Master figure becomes the head for the Full-Tilt figure and works with all Titans Return Deluxe, Voyager and Leader Class figures (each sold separately). Also features a storage compartment in the figure's tail.
Bow down before this behemoth Transformers toy in the gallery below and tell us if you'll be adding one to your stash when it's released sometime this fall.
(via Nerd Approved)