Transformers Generations: HasLab: War For Cybertron - Unicron (Being Held)

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The Lord of Chaos. The Planet Eater. The Chaos Bringer. Unicron stands alone as the most menacing figure in Transformers lore, capable of devouring entire worlds and civilizations. He debuted in the 1986 film Transformers: The Movie and his insatiable appetite nearly brought the entire universe to its knees.

But his legacy transcends both space and time.

“I have summoned you here for a purpose.” - Unicron

Introducing the first ever Transformers HASLAB project: Transformers War For Cybertron Unicron.

“Then it pleases me to be the first.” - Unicron



Beware the inescapable clutches of the mighty Unicron! The already formidable hands of the Chaos Bringer will now have 15 points of articulation, 3 per finger, so Unicron can better grasp the inferior bots he wishes to devour. The included Galvatron and newly added Hot Rod slug figures make the perfect snacks!

With the new to-scale Hot Rod slug figure, fans can reimagine the epic 1986 movie scene where Hot Rod defeats the menacing Planet Eater! Unicron will also now come with an Autobot shuttle ship inspired by the movie!

And when fans play out the part where the Bringer of Chaos's head flies off into space, now it can appear to float! Unicron will come with a clear premium posable headstand to display his dismembered head in all its glory. The headstand also features posts to pose the included mini figures.



Hasbro is introducing more movie accuracy to the Bringer of Chaos
The legendary Unicron will come with interchangeable chins, allowing fans to switch back and forth between a smooth chin and a goatee-style chin, just like in the 1986 Transformers The Movie. Now, the infamous Planet Eater is ready for any scene!

The colossal Unicron will also come with a Galvatron slug figure so fans can pose out epic movie scenes with the two villains.


The Larger-Than-Life Features
There are moments that define a collection. This is that moment.

The gigantic Unicron would be our largest converting Transformers figure ever created, taking the title from our previous record-holder, Fortress Maximus.

In his immense robot mode, this version of Unicron will be over 27-inches (685.8 mm) tall and has more than 50 points of articulation.

He converts into a terrifying planet mode that will be a stunning 30-inches (762.0 mm) in diameter. The planet mode features the iconic planet-eating jaws, geared to open so Unicron can devour unassuming worlds. The planet mode also features a series of posable planetary rings.

The massive planet mode sits on a custom stand (included) to support the approximate weight of 16lb of the Lord of Chaos.

This will be the most accurate Unicron figure ever created. Artists and designers from Takara Tomy and Hasbro reviewing various movie references and are working to capture little details and features of the relentless Chaos Bringer.


“And nothing! You belong to me…now.” - Unicron



Robot Mode
Cower in fear as you come face to face with the mighty Unicron in his intimidating robot mode, standing at over 27” tall.
The legendary fiend moves methodically with more than 50 points of articulation.
He sets his intimidating glare on his enemies with movable eyes.
With his articulated fingers, he clutches the air menacingly and makes fists full of his infinite fury.
He insults pitiful lesser beings through his articulated mouth and grins malevolently with his movable teeth.

Planet Mode
Convert and bring forth the terrifying planet mode of Unicron, a stunning 30” in diameter.
His iconic planet-eating jaws are geared to open so the vicious Planet Eater can devour unassuming worlds.
The Chaos Bringer's imposing presence is amplified by his massive posable planetary rings.
To support the substantial weight of the approximate 16-pound villainous planet, Unicron requires a custom stand.
Do not be fooled. The premium detail and deco are, indeed, inspired by classic 1986 movie, but it is not, in fact, The Lord of Chaos himself.

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