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    MainMarvel comicG1 cartoonIDW G1 comicsToysMerchandiseOptimus Prime is a bit of a shill.Contents1 Stamp Bot2 Knitting Pattern3 Oral Care Station4 The Transformers Cookie Jar5 Transformers Milk Caramel6 Transformers Choco7 Transformers Gum8 Hero Set9 Decoy10 Vinyl figurine11 Gold Convoy Trophy12 Vehicle Play Tent13 Metalforce14 Choro-Q15 Super Collection Figure16 Heroes of Cybertron17 Hard Hero18 MyClone19 Generation 1 Figure-Collection20 KT Figure Collection - The Transformers21 Palisades22 Titanium Series23 Diamond Select24 First 4 Figures25 Transformers (2007)26 Robot Heroes27 Attacktix28 Revoltech29 Mighty Muggs30 Transformers Wacky Wobblers31 USB-Powered Speaker Head32 Transformers Backpacks33 Universal Studios34 Ornaments35 Titan Warriors36 SD-Style37 Mecha Nations38 Ultimetal39 EX Gōkin40 D-Style41 ES Gōkin42 Hikari43 D-Collection44 Hot Toys45 Block Wars46 Transformers Figure Collection47 Hero of Steel48 Prime 1 Studio49 Bitfig49.1 The Loyal Subjects49.2 Flame Toys Kara Kuri50 My Busy Books51 Rubik's Crew52 Hauck53 References Stamp Bot Truck stamp is cool!Optimus Prime (1984) Made by HG Toys, Stamp Bot Optimus Prime is a small, non-poseable figurine of Optimus Prime based on his toy with a rubber stamp on the base, and a cap with a felt "floor" that was soaked in ink. The stamp made an image of Optimus Prime's cab mode. Knitting Pattern Here to transform your sweater into something that will get your ass kicked.Wendy DK 3015 (1986) Produced by U.K. company Wendy DK and designed by Joy Gammon, this pamphlet contained patterns for two Transformers-themed sweaters, one featuring Optimus Prime in robot mode, one featuring Optimus Prime in vehicle mode. The patterns were sized as Children's Large, so you're going to have to upscale it quite a bit if you want your girlfriend mom to knit you one. Oral Care StationOptimus Prime Oral Care Station (1984/85?)An electric toothbrush in the likeness of Optimus Prime. A battery-operated feature causes the toothbrush (attached at Prime's left wrist) to move back and forth. The set also included a cup for water, an extra brush head, and a stand to hold the various accoutrements.Image at Flickr.comImages of the Oral Care Station in-box at FredsWorkshop.com The Transformers Cookie JarThe Transformers Cookie Jar (1984?)A ceramic cookie jar in the likeness of Optimus Prime's head. The top of Prime's head lifts off for the storage of delicious baked goods or Energon or what-have-you. The cookie jar was manufactured by Great American Housewares under license from Hasbro.Images of The Transformers Cookie Jar at TFW2005 Transformers Milk Caramel Note: Do not eat! ... the candy. The toys taste better.Convoy (1985)ID number: 1A small soft-rubber figurine (known as a keshigomu in Japan) of Optimus Prime was released as part of Kabaya's line of Transformers Milk Caramel candy toys. Like all the figures from the 1985 range, Prime came blindpacked, and was available in a variety of colors including white, blue, yellow, green and orange. As the name of the series suggests, he came with a piece of caramel candy. Convoy (1985)ID number: 1A second Optimus Prime keshigomu was included in the second wave of Milk Caramel figures, sporting some broader proportions and more toy-based design cues like visible wheels, holding its gun in its left hand, rather than its right. This figure was available in red, yellow and blue variations; a baffling variant is known to exist with a Decepticon symbol on its left shoulder!Convoy (1985)ID number: 2The second Milk Caramel wave also contained a third Optimus Prime figure, largely identical to the second, except with its gun in its right hand, and holding its left arm aloft. Again, this figure was available in red, yellow and blue variations. Transformers Choco Convoy (1985)A small solid-color snap-together model kit of Optimus Prime was released by Kabaya as part of their Transformers Choco line, coming packaged with small chocolate candies similar to M&M's called "Chocolate Dots". The kit can transform from robot to vehicle mode, though this version of Prime doesn't have any hands.Convoy (1985)Accessories: Two fistsA second Choco version of Prime was upsized from the first a little, and was given a pair of removable fists, the right one clutching Prime's ion blaster. Transformers Gum Convoy (1985)Accessories: Two fists, ion blasterIn addition to the small Choco model kit, Kabaya also released a larger version of Prime under their Transformers Gum line. Essentially a downsized version of the original Prime toy (sans trailer), the kit is sculpted from black, red and grey plastic, features stickers rather than paint applications for details, and came with a stick of gum. Convoy (2010)Accessories: Ion blasterThe first wave of 2010's revival of the Transformers Gum series served up a double dose of Prime, beginning with this new model kit of the original Generation 1 version of the character. Sculpted from white, red and blue plastic, the kit features a positively ungodly amount of stickers to make it look presentable, and comes with Prime's traditional ion blaster weapon, which stores on the rear of his cab in vehicle mode. Convoy (2010)Accessories: Smokestacks/laser cannonThe second Prime figure in the 2010 Gum line was this kit of his Classics/Henkei! Henkei! body. As with the Generation 1 model, this figure is made from white, red and blue plastic and uses lots of stickers. It comes with the Classics' figure's transforming smokestack/laser cannon weapon. Hero SetConvoy (1985)ID number: 01Accessories: Laser rifleA large keshigomu of Optimus Prime was produced by TakaraTomy licensee Maruka Toys. Packaged on a blister card, the static, unposeable Prime figure came with a removable laser rifle, and featured a few small stickers for colour and detail. Maruka also produced a Megatron figure in the same scale, and both Prime and he were available in red, yellow or green. Decoy Cybertron Hero Collection 22 (multi-pack, 1986)Defeat Trypticon Strategy Game (board game, 1986)Optimus Prime was among the many characters rendered by Takara as part of their series of 1.5" keshigomu figurines. Like all the Autobots in the series, Prime was molded in soft red rubber, and featured a number sculpted into his back that was the sum total of his Tech Specs, for use in the various games that could be played with the figurines. Prime was available as part of a 22-piece box set of Autobot figures, as a playing piece in the Defeat Trypticon Strategy Game, and later, in a peach coloration randomly packed as part of various other box sets.Optimus Prime (1987)Checklist number: 31 The Prime figurine was later brought over to Hasbro markets as part of the "Decoy" promotion, largely identical to the Japanese release except for the fact that the number on his back was replaced with a simple "checklist" number (31, in Prime's case). Like all Autobot Decoys, he was a randomly-chosen pack-in available with the carded Throttlebots, Aerialbots, Protectobots and Technobots.More information on Decoy Optimus Prime at TFU.info Vinyl figurine Vinyl Prime leads his decoys into battle.Scramble Gun Set (1986)Japanese ID number: Part.1Optimus Prime was one of several characters released by Seven and Takara as large vinyl figurines in a variety of different novelty sets. Prime came packaged with a roleplay pistol (the titular "Scramble Gun"), an Autobot badge, and four randonly assigned peach-colored decoy figures. In "Part.2" of the set Prime is replaced by a vinyl Ultra Magnus. Gold Convoy Trophy Thou will worship this golden convoy. Or Perish! A gold chrome trophy in the likeness of Optimus Prime was given as an award to an unknown number of distinguished Takara employees and as a Lucky Draw (alongside the Silver Chromedome Trophy) in TV Magazine in 1988. The two different releases have different plaques but appear to be otherwise identical. If you're an Optimus Prime merchandise completist, good bloody luck finding this one. Vehicle Play TentERO (1984?) Both a big truck and a series of tubes.The Vehicle Play Tent was part of the deluge of Transformers merchandise in the 80s. The tent was constructed by means of a series of plastic tubes that fit into sockets on corner pieces (similar to the "k'nex" building system that arrived a few years later), then a vinyl cover was slipped over this PVC skeleton to make the tent. MetalforceConvoy (2000)Japanese ID number: MFC-01Accessories: Ion Blaster, Autobot Matrix of Leadership, alternate hand, unpainted rifle, Matrix, helmet and hand I'm expensive! Metalforce Convoy is a large vinyl figurine sculpted to very closely resemble Optimus Prime as he appeared in the original television series, and at the time was the most accurate product depiction of Optimus Prime's cartoon appearance.The figure has useful swivel joints at the shoulders and neck, and not-so-useful ones at the wrists and knees. It comes fully painted and pre-assembled, but true to his garage figure origins his Ion blaster must be cut free using a hobby knife, then assembled. His clear blue chest window piece is removable to allow the installation of his Matrix of Leadership, as is a Movie-style Matrix cover (not pictured). He also comes with an alternate hand that allow him to hold his accessories, as well as unpainted and uncut duplicates of his Matrix, hands and helmet, for some reason...Metalforce Prime was available in both a matte-paint "anime" version that more precisely echoed the colors of the actual series, and a metallic-paint version (pictured), which is less show-accurate but more shiny. The plain-colors version was the first release and has an Autobot symbol tampograph on his shoulder as per the cartoon, while the later metallic-finish version instead came with a decal sheet. Choro-QConvoy (2000)Choro-Q Convoy is a redeco of the Domra Truck toy from Takara's Choro-Q toyline of non-transforming super-deformed vehicles. He was an exclusive at BotCon Japan 2000, and features a pull-back motor and a rear license plate that reads "BotCon Japan 2000".Along with Choro-Q Ligier and Megatron, Convoy was given out randomly to convention attendees. Each toy was limited to 1000 pieces. Super Collection Figure #IgotprimeonitConvoy (2000) A three-inch tall PVC figurine of Optimus Prime was available as part of the first wave of Takara's Super Collection Figure line. Like all the figures in the wave, it was available as both a standard full color figure and a clear plastic version, one of each of which was available in a standard case of twelve blindpacked figures. Convoy (2000)Also available in the first Super Collection Figure wave was a rare "chase" version of the Prime figure, decorated in metallic paint and replacing his gun-wielding right hand with his energon-axe.Convoy (Trailer Mode) (2000)Part of the second Super Collection Figure act, this is the only SCF figure of a vehicle mode Transformer. As with the previous non-chase Prime figure, it was available as both a standard full color figure and a clear plastic version, one of each of which was available in a standard case of twelve blindpacked figures.Convoy w/ Megatron Gun (2000)The second Super Collection Figure wave, like the first, also had its own Optimus Prime chase figure, this one wielding Megatron in gun mode and wearing Sideswipe's rocket pack, as seen in the original The Transformers cartoon episode "More than Meets the Eye, Part 3".Convoy Damage Version (2001)There was no mass-release Optimus Prime figure for the third Super Collection Figure act, but there was another rare chase figure, this time a battle-damaged version of the original figure from the first act.Convoy (2001)For the fourth Super Collection Figure wave, Prime was rendered weaponless, speaking into the open communication panel on his left arm. Like all the figures in the fourth wave, Prime was available in both standard full color and metallic silver "pewter" versions, one of each of which was available in a standard case of twelve blindpacked figures. In eight out of every ten cases, the pewter version of Prime came packaged with the left arm of the collectable Metroplex build-a-figure.Convoy w/ Matrix (2001)This version of Prime was a chase figure in the fifth Super Collection Figure act, and depicted the Autobot leader, rendered in metallic silver, opening the Matrix.Convoy w/ Megatron Gun (2002)The sixth Super Collection Figure wave featured yet another mass-release version of Prime. Again wielding Megatron, much like the chase figure from the second wave, this figure came with an interchangeable empty fist. The figure was available in both full color and pewter versions in an equal ratio, and in eight out of every ten cases, the pewter version came with the head for the wave's Grand Maximus build-a-figure.Star Convoy (2002)After taking a break for the seventh wave, Prime returned for the eighth Super Collection Figure wave, which would prove to be the final Generation 1-themed set of figures. This figure of Prime in his Star Convoy body was available in both full color and pewter versions in an equal ratio, and in eight out of every ten cases, the colored version came with the right arm for the wave's Scorponok build-a-figure. Exclusive Convoy Set (2002)Available exclusively at the Japanese Wonder Festival convention, this set included the "Convoy w/ Megatron Gun" figure from the sixth wave, and the vehicle mode Prime from act 2, both decorated in colored metallic paint. The set was limited to only 1000 units. TF Confrontation Set 01: Convoy vs Megatron (2002)Accessories: Energon-axeExclusive to the Tokyo Game Show, this special set included the original first-wave Optimus Prime figure, along with the Megatron PVC from the same wave. Both featured new battle damage paint operations, and came with the interchangeable energon-axe and mace weapons from their first-wave chase figures. As with the Wonder Festival set, this set was also limited to 1000 units. Heroes of CybertronWhen the Super Collection Figure series was imported to become Hasbro's Heroes of Cybertron line, the figures were all cast entirely in translucent colored plastic, then painted over, save for the eyes and a small patch on the back of their heads, giving them all a light-piping gimmick. Unlike the Japanese figures, they were sold in individual blister packaging, with character profile cards.Optimus Prime (2002)A Heroes of Cybertron release of the first Super Collection Figure Optimus Prime figure.More information on Heroes of Cybertron Optimus Prime at TFU.infoPowermaster Optimus Prime Apex Armor (2002) Actually a repaint of the Super Collection Figure of Prime's Super-God Masterforce lookalike God Ginrai, this figurine is based on Ginrai's appearance in the Super-God Masterforce cartoon, and depicts Prime combined with his trailer and Apex Bomber.More information on Heroes of Cybertron Powermaster Optimus Prime Apex Armor at TFU.infoOptimus Prime with Plasma Weapon (2002)This second-wave Heroes of Cybertron release of the chase figure from the first Super Collection Figure wave was a little different from its Japanese progenitor, lacking its metallic paint.More information on Heroes of Cybertron Optimus Prime with Plasma Weapon at TFU.infoPowermaster Optimus Prime Spark Attack (2002) Another unusual figure, this second-wave figurine is a redeco of the first God Ginrai/Powermaster Prime Apex Armor PVC figure, cast in translucent orange plastic. The figure emulates God Ginrai performing his "God Fire Guts" attack, although the Super Collection Figure Fire Guts God Ginrai figure was actually metallic golden.More information on Heroes of Cybertron Optimus Prime Spark Attack at TFU.info Optimus Prime with Communicator (2003)This fifth-wave Heroes of Cybertron figure is a release of the Prime figure from the fourth Super Collection Figure wave. It came with the head and weapons for the wave's collectable Metroplex build-a-figure.More information on Heroes of Cybertron Optimus Prime with Communicator at TFU.infoHey Spike, pull my finger.Energon Axe: Only used in one episode. Ever.Don't tell anyone, but this crap is HEAVY!This can't be Spark Attack! His is so energetic that... he BURNS. Hard Hero Optimus Prime (Bust, 2002) Optimus Prime was the first Transformers bust released by Hard Hero. He is approximately six inches tall at the head (8.5 at the gun) and is made out of cold-cast porcelain. There were also a version of the bust signed by the sculptor, limited to 100 samples. Not there. There!Optimus Prime (Full figure statue, 2003)Hard Hero also created a 13-inch tall Optimus Prime statue. It is sculpted pointing with his left hand while holding his ion rifle in his right. MyCloneOptimus PrimeJapanese ID number: MFT001 and MFT006Accessories: Display base Optimus Prime was released three times in the MyClone line, all in the first wave of toys. He was released in both robot and truck mode, while a clear Optimus in robot mode was one of two chase figures along with a clear Megatron. Generation 1 Figure-Collection Convoy (gun) (2003)Japanese ID number: C-1Accessories: Display baseAt only one inch in height, this Optimus "bottlecap" figurine (so named because its display base is the size of a bottlecap) was one of fourteen blindpacked figures available in Kabaya's Transformers Generation 1 Figure-Collection. The figure was rendered in both a standard "retro" black and white color scheme, and a rare full-color chase version, and came with a leaflet, personalized with cartoon screen captures. Convoy (pointing) (2003)Japanese ID number: C-2Accessories: Display baseThe second Prime figure in the Generation 1 collection was much like the first, only sculpted with an empty hand, pointing off into the distance like a lot of Optimus Prime figures are wont to do.More information on the Bottlecap Collection at Autobase Aichi KT Figure Collection - The Transformers Thanks for helping me... pull myself together.Convoy (KT Figure Collection, 2004) This figure was designed by Yuki Ohshima and produced by KT Figure Collection. The figure is actually a mini bust of Optimus Prime, which includes the head and the upper body without arms. The chest design comes with translucent blue windows and a grill on the midsection. There is also a button in the back. Pushing the button will open the chest and cause the Matrix to emerge, similar to the scene in The Transformers: The Movie. No, I am NOT Ultra Magnus! I'm silver, not whiteConvoy "Revival version" (Figure Ō exclusive, 2004) The 82nd issue of the hobby magazine Figure Ō came with a redeco version of Optimus Prime's mini bust. It is painted completely silver, making him appear to be coated with the special alloy from "The Return of Optimus Prime, Part 2". Palisades The War Within Optimus Prime (Palisades, 2005)'The War Within Optimus Prime is a six-inch-tall polystone mini statue based on his appearance in the popular War Within comic book series. Prime stands on a silver Autobot-insignia stand, is decorated with dirt to simulate battle damage, and has articulation in his head and arms. The statue was limited to 1500 pieces worldwide. Titanium Series Descend, Squattimus Prime.War Within Optimus Prime (3" Robot Masters, 2006)Accessories: Ion Blaster, display stand War Within Optimus Prime is the second toy representation of Optimus Prime as he appears in War Within. Constructed partially of die-cast metal, this three inch version cannot transform and has some articulation, limited to his shoulders, head and waist. He is squat. Very squat. Drop and give me twenty, soldier!Optimus Prime (3" Robot Master, 2006)Accessories: Ion Blaster, display stand The first Titanium representation of G1 Optimus Prime has a well-proportioned sculpt based on his 20th Anniversary toy. Constructed partially of die-cast metal, this three inch version cannot transform and has some articulation, limited to his shoulders, head and waist. "Drop dead and give me 20!"Optimus Prime (Battle Damaged) (3" Robot Master, 2006) Accessories: Ion Blaster, display stand This is a repaint of the 3" G1 Optimus Prime titanium figurine, with a 'battle-damaged' deco. "You! YOU STOLE MY LAST CESIUM SALAMI!"Optimus Prime & Bumblebee (2-pack, 2007)Accessories: Ion Blaster, display stand A Toys 'R' Us exclusive two-pack, this set features "Supermetal Finish" (read: shiny) versions of the "Robot Master" Titaniums Optimus Prime and Bumblebee. Diamond Select "Autobots, Roll...you know the drill."Optimus Prime (Diamond Select, 2007)A mini-bust of Optimus Prime based on his appearance in the comic was released by Diamond Select in 2007. The figure includes the upper body of Optimus Prime, carrying his laser rifle and posed as if preparing to charge. The Matrix of Leadership is sculpted into the base of the statue. Autobot Snow Globe (Diamond Select, 2007)Optimus Prime is also featured in Diamond Select's Autobot-themed snow globe, posing above a Mount St. Hilary base which also features the Ark and Omega Supreme. The globe was sculpted by Art Asylum. Hold this for a moment won't you.Final Battle Optimus Prime (Diamond Select, 2008)Final Battle Optimus Prime was exclusive to the online retailer Action Figure Xpress. He was sculpted by Mark Wong of Art Asylum and limited to 1000 pieces. Optimus Prime is shown after his climactic battle with Megatron during Transformers: The Movie; shortly before he passed the Matrix of Leadership (which is also removable here) to Ultra Magnus. His base features the life support readout that monitored both his declining health and eventual death. G1 Animated Optimus Prime (Diamond Select, 2008)G1 Animated Optimus Prime was exclusive to the 2008 San Diego Comic Con. He was sculpted by Mark Wong of Art Asylum and features a more matte color scheme to better match the cartoon's palette. Powermaster Optimus Prime (Diamond Select, 2010)This fourth Optimus Prime bust was to be based on his Powermaster incarnation, but appears to have been canceled.Proceed on your way to oblivion.This item has been canceled, with no current plans for release. Optimus Prime Bust Bank (Diamond Select, 2010)A 6-inch hollow Optimus Prime bust to keep your spare change safe! It would've featured articulation in its shoulders and neck, but like the Powermaster bust, it never saw release.Proceed on your way to oblivion.This item has been canceled, with no current plans for release. First 4 Figures Get with the program.Snake-Eyes & Optimus Prime Statue (2007)First 4 Figures produced a statue based on the cover of issue 1 of G.I. Joe vs. the Transformers, featuring an Optimus Prime in the Cobra HISS tank body he used in that series. Prime is an 8-inch tall one-armed bust, and G.I. Joe's resident ninja Snake-Eyes stands battle-ready in his open palm. Hey, Private Haircut! I might have taken a bit too much off...YOUR HEAD!Storm Shadow & Optimus Prime Statue (2007) First 4 Figures's second G.I. Joe vs. the Transformers statue is 7.5 inches tall and is based on the cover of issue 5. This one depicts Cobra's own ninja, Storm Shadow, taking a stance above Optimus Prime's damaged head. The statue was limited to 1000 samples. Transformers (2007)Optimash Prime (2007)Main article: Optimash Prime Freedom is the right of all sentient beings... in bed.Softimus Prime (2007)Softimus Prime is, as his name suggests, a plush G1 Optimus Prime toy. Obviously, he has no problems with articulation and passes the drop test with flying colors. His main draw is the ability to "transform" into his Freightliner FL86 vehicle mode by turning the plush toy inside out, his transformation roughly similar to the Powermaster cab Prime's. He features Movie-style faction symbols on his right arm and both sides of his cab mode. He is love.More information on Softimus Prime at TFU.info Robot Heroes Mini-Me!Optimus Prime Vs Ravage (2007) Packed with Ravage, Optimus Prime is one of the first figures in the Transformers segment of the Heroes franchise. As with all Heroes figures, Optimus Prime is a simple, yet well-detailed two-inch tall figurine with exaggerated, cartoony proportions. He is sculpted holding his Ion Blaster rifle in his right fist and his left arm in a pointing pose. He is also love, and demands that you pull his Finger of Doom.Hilariously, the way Optimus Prime and Ravage being packaged (with Prime pointing his finger to Ravage) gives an impression of him freaking out to Ravage's size. This version of Optimus was later also released as part of a set with a 100-piece jigsaw puzzle. Cuteness is the right of all sentient beings.Decepticon Sneak Attack (2007) "Supermetal Finish" Optimus Prime is a special shiny redeco of the previous Robot Hero. He came in a Wal-Mart exclusive multipack also including "Hologram" Mirage, Cliffjumper, "Supermetal Finish" Megatron and Skywarp. 'Til all are cute.Optimus Prime Vs Unicron (2007) Packed with Unicron, a second SD Optimus Prime for the Transformers segment of the Heroes franchise. This version of the Chibimus Prime has him opening the Matrix of Leadership to shine the Autobots' darkest hour. Better him than Rodimus. (Well, almost.) AttacktixOptimus Prime (Starter Set, 2007) He shoots sideways. The direction, not the character.Attacktix ID number:TF2-19Faction:AutobotClass:LeaderSpecial:Last Stand - 13/26 (50%) success ratioPoint Cost:40Base Speed:6Attack Type:Shooter (Force Blast)Optimus Prime will shoot you down. He was released as part of the 2007 Starter Set along with Generation 1 Megatron, Energon Landquake and Cybertron Skywarp. Optimus' Last Stand special allows him to stand up if he's the only figure in your team left in play. If you're down to two men you might even be tempted to shoot your own man just to keep Optimus Prime in play. Don't though. Peter Cullen wouldn't approve.Sadly you can't bring him into play with the Cybertron Super Optimus Prime vehicle mode because he's not Super Optimus Prime. Revoltech Windowbra!Convoy (2007/2014)Series number: 019Legacy of Revoltech ID number: LR-008Accessories: Ion blaster, Autobot Matrix of Leadership, two clenched fists, gun-wielding right hand, pointing right hand, open left handA non-transforming but highly articulated Optimus Prime action figure(ine), Revoltech Convoy uses the Revoltech "revolver joints" for maximum poseability. Prime comes with his now-standard ion blaster and Matrix of Leadership accessories, as well as a few alternate hands; while one of the hands is specifically designed to grip the ion blaster, he can't really do anything dramatic with the Matrix, and it just sort of sits in his open-palmed left hand. His sculpting is explicitly in the style of Pat "serfdom" Lee's interpretation of Prime, but due to physical constraints has no lack of perspective.Unsurprisingly, this mold was redecoed to create Revoltech Ultra Magnus. Magnus comes with a new hand mold that can be used to connect him and Prime together in a handshake.In 2014, Revoltech Convoy was reissued as part of the Legacy of Revoltech line, with an increased price of 3900 yen. Mighty Muggs Optimus lost his ears in the rock tumbler.Optimus Prime (2009)Accessories: Ion rifle This super deformed, non-transformable Optimus Prime figure uses the standard Mighty Muggs body template, with swivel joints in his neck and limbs. He comes with a similarly super-deformed version of his ion rifle. Optimus, did you polish your head in the Shine-O Ball-O?Optimus Prime (2009)Accessories: Ion rifle An exclusive to the 2009 San Diego Comic-Con, this Optimus Prime Mugg has a shiny metallic finish. Transformers Wacky Wobblers Optimus Prime (2009) This Optimus Prime bobblehead is part of the popular Wacky Wobblers line produced by Funko. Aside from the standard-issue big wobbling head, he features an ion rifle molded onto his right hand and his arms swivel at the shoulders. Optimus is affixed to a base with his name on it. USB-Powered Speaker HeadOptimus Prime USB-Powered Speaker Head As a 6.5" figure, Optimus Prime's head is built-in with USB-powered speakers. There are two speaker inside each side of Optimus Prime's head. The control panel, USB port, and earphone port is locate in the back of the head. Under the neck, there is a display to support the head. The speaker is redecoed to create Ultra Magnus Speaker. Transformers BackpacksOptimus Prime (2009)Made by F*A*B Starpoint, these backpacks are allegedly "engineered for style, safety, comfort... and saving the Universe!" The Generation 1 Optimus Prime design features a stock silhouette of Optimus Prime surrounded by stars, like the Paramount Pictures logo, while on the lower compartment there is a gigantic Autobot sigil. Universal StudiosOptimus Prime plushieCreated for the Transformers ride at Universal Orlando, a super-deformed plush toy of Optimus was made available at the Supply Vault gift shop near the opening of the ride. OrnamentsOptimus Prime (2007) (American Greetings version pictured)Manufactured by American Greetings as part of their Heirloom ornament collection, this hanging sculpt of Optimus Prime is based upon the 20th Anniversary toy release.Optimus Prime (2014) (Hallmark version pictured)Manufactured by Hallmark as part of their Keepsake ornament collection as part of the Hasbro series which includes ornaments based on My Little Pony G1, the electronic game Simon, and the board game Sorry, this hanging sculpt of Optimus Prime is based upon the original G1 toy cab in robot mode posed like 1984 box art. Titan Warriors Titan Warrior 5-Pack (2013)Available at San Diego Comic Con 2013, This Optimus Prime is a 6" PVC Titan Warrior figure (similar to Bandai's Ultra/Sentai/Rider Hero, Movie Monster Series) representing his Generation 1 character. He was packed with Grimlock, Megatron, Starscream and Soundwave.Optimus Prime (Titan Warrior, 2014)The Titan Warriors Optimus Prime toy was released individually, under the Beast Hunters Titan Heroes subline. SD-Style Convoy (2013)ID number: TSD-001Accessories: Ion blaster, 2 energon-axesProduced by Topeam, SD-Style Optimus Prime is a posable super deformed figure that can be taken apart and transformed into a truck. He features a Matrix in his chest and light-up eyes activated with a button in the back on his head. He comes with a blaster and two axes, one orange and one blue. Mecha Nations Prime, not the shrink wrap!Optimus Prime (2014)ID Number: MN01Accessories: Ion Blaster, Energon Axe, Removable Armor.Created by Kids Logic, this super deformed G1 Optimus Prime stands 6" tall and is articulated. He features a metallic color scheme, removable armor and replacement hands. He also features LED light up eyes, lights, weapons and Creation Matrix.This figure was also redecoed into Mecha Nations Black Convoy and Ultra Magnus. Ultimetal Optimus Prime (2014)ID number: UM-01Accessories: Ion blaster, energon-axe, small Matrix, 24 armor pieces, 2 smokestacks, large Matrix, display stand, 8 display stand parts, remote control Ultimetal Optimus Prime is a large non-transforming figure produced by Art Storm, standing at an impressive 1 foot 4 inches/43 cm and made from extensive die-cast metal. Packaged in four different boxes, he features plenty of articulation and detail, including an opening chest and numerous magnetically attached armor panels that, when removed, reveal Prime's internal anatomy. He also has electronic light-up eyes and roof lights as well as 20 spoken English phrases, all activated via remote control. His mouthplate even moves when he talks, just like in the cartoon! Prime comes with an ion blaster which can also be opened to reveal technical detail, an energon-axe, and two Matrices of Leadership of different sizes. The smaller one fits into his chest, where it can be lit up by an LED, while the larger one lights up on its own and can be held in his hands or placed on display. Prime's display stand has smaller stands for the Matrix and ion blaster and also has light-up parts. Optimus Prime was recolored into the inner robot of Ultimetal Ultra Magnus.More information on Ultimetal Optimus Prime at Art Storm's official site EX Gōkin Convoy (2014)Accessories: Two fists, two open hands, two gripping hands, right pointing hand, ion blaster, energon-axe, display stand A 6.6-inch tall non-transforming Optimus Prime action figure was produced by Art Storm as part of their EX Gōkin Transformers Series line. He comes with his trademark blaster and energon-axe as well a number of extra hands, and his chest opens to reveal a non-removable Matrix.More information on EX Gōkin Convoy at Art Storm's official site D-Style You got D-touch. You got D-powerConvoy (2015)ID number: 43Accessories: Two fists, pointing right hand, Ion blaster, energon-axe, Autobot Matrix of Leadership, Convoy cab with trailerAn Optimus Prime was produced by Kotobukiya as part of D-Style, their franchise-spanning line of super deformed model kits. His accessories include an ion blaster, an energon-axe, a Matrix that can store in his chest, and a tiny super deformed representation of his truck mode which can carry the ion blaster. Moving his antennae causes his mouthplate to move up and down.For a small figure it includes a large amount of articulation, including ankle tilts and top of legs tilting away from the yellow codpiece. The Convoy Trailer, ion blaster and the gold part of the Matrix all require painting. In addition, on promotional images all the black details and lines (for example on the front thighs and round the edge of the yellow codpiece) are painted and the eyes have been painted blue instead of left as clear plastic. Amusingly, the head has the mouth-less face underneath Optimus' mouthplate, as a either a reference to the error from The Search for Alpha Trion or limitation in the model kit (or both). This mold was also used to make D-Style Black Convoy. ES GōkinConvoy (2015)Accessories: Ion blaster, energon-axe, Matrix, left & right gripping hands, left & right open hands, left & right pointing hands, display standOptimus Prime was also released as part of Art Storm's ES Gōkin series, a line of posable super deformed figures. He comes with his trademark gun which he can hold in either hand, an energon-axe that plugs into his wrist sockets, and a Matrix he can hold but not store in his chest.More information on ES Gōkin Convoy at Art Storm's official site Hikari Metallic Optimus Prime (2014)A non-transforming vinyl Optimus Prime with a metallic finish. This figure is a limited edition, and limited to 2,000 pieces.This mold was also used to make the other limited edition Optimus Primes seen below. Optimus Prime Clear Glitter (2014)A non-transforming vinyl Optimus Prime figure. While retaining the classic, original colors, this mold is redone to be clear plastic, with glitter bits put into the figure. This vinyl is a limited edition, and limited to 3,000 pieces. Battle Ready Optimus Prime (2014)A non-transforming vinyl Optimus Prime. The mold is Redon again, this time in a battle-damaged look, while he retains the classic Optimus Prime colors. This figure is a limited edition, and limited to 1,000 pieces. By the power of Grayskull... I HAVE THE POWER!Grey Skull Optimus Prime (2014)A non-transforming vinyl Optimus Prime. This vinyl takes the colors in a different way, which is mostly white with some dark grey areas. The colors to kinda look skeleton-ish. This figure is a limited edition, and limited to 1,000 pieces. Distressed Optimus Prime (2014)A non-transforming vinyl Optimus Prime. The colors take on an Age of Extinction Optimus Prime, in his flat-nose truck mode. This figure is a limited edition, and limited to 1,000 pieces. Fire Optimus Prime (2014)A non-transforming vinyl Optimus Prime, cast in clear plastic. The colors seem to homage the Generation 1 Rodimus Prime.,This figure is a limited edition, and limited to 1,000 pieces. Dangerous Optimus Prime (2014)A non-transforming vinyl Optimus Prime, done in a camouflage style. This figure is a limited edition, and limited to only 600 pieces. 24K Optimus Prime (2014)A non-transforming vinyl Optimus Prime, cast in gold plastic. This figure is a limited edition, and only limited to 600 pieces. D-Collection Convoy (2015)Accessories: Ion blaster, energon-axeKabaya's D-Collection Optimus Prime is a small super deformed figure that requires some assembly and features articulation limited to his shoulders. He comes with his trademark blaster and axe accessories. Sold blindpacked, Prime is available as both a standard full color figure and a rare clear plastic version. He comes with chewing gum. Hot ToysOptimus Prime (Starscream Version)Accessories: Jetpack, Starscream's Guns, Ion Blaster, Matrix of Leadership, BaseOptimus Prime (Megatron Version)Accessories: Fusion Cannon, Ion Blaster, Matrix of Leadership, Base Block WarsOptimus Prime (2016)Number: 1Part of Kabaya's Transformers Block Wars candy toy line, this Optimus Prime kit is surprisingly, based on his Cyber Series Commander toy. Molded in red, blue, and yellow plastic with detailing from stickers, he transforms into a truck when finished and is armed with a two-pronged spear. He can also be taken apart and combined with Block Wars Bumblebee, Megatron and Starscream in various configurations, the ones involving Prime shown on the packaging being:Giving Prime Starscream's wings as a jetpack and arming him with Megatron's cannon.Placing Megatron's turret on Prime's truck mode.Giving Bumblebee Prime's spear, Megatron's arms and Starscream's wings.Attaching Prime and Starscream's legs to Megatron's vehicle mode to create a walking tank.Powering Starscream up by attaching Prime's spear to his back and giving him Bumblebee's weapons.Combining all four into an unnamed combiner, with Optimus Prime forming the torso and upper legs. Transformers Figure Collection Convoy (01-2016)Standing 42mm tall, Transformers Figure Collection Optimus Prime is a non-poseable soft-rubber figure greatly based on a Decoy figure. Hero of Steel Convoy (2016)Accessories: Ion blasterProduced by Alpha Max, Hero of Steel Convoy is a stylized, non-transforming figure standing at 9 inches/23 cm tall. He comes with his ion blaster. Prime 1 Studio "Just in case you want to say "I should've looked like this in the movies", yes, I heard you."Optimus Prime (Premium Masterline Statue, 2017)ID Number: PMTF-01 (Regular), PMTF-01EX (exclusive)Accessories: Right hand/Ion Blaster, Fusion Axe (exclusive), Energy Axe (exclusive)One of the very first releases of the Transformers Premium Masterline series by Prime 1 Studio, this Optimus Prime is a massive non-transforming statue based on his Generation 1 appearance with a blend of live-action film aesthetic, and he features light-up eyes. The statue was also designed by Josh Nizzi himself. If customers had purchased the statue at Sideshow's website, they would receive an exclusive Energy and Fusion axes, which can be used to replace Prime's Ion Blaster hand. Optimus Prime is limited to 1500 (exclusive is 750) pieces.This statue was later redecoed as Nemesis Prime and the currently-in-development Ultra Magnus.This item is currently scheduled for release, but is not yet available. Optimus Prime Gold Edition (Premium Masterline Statue, 2018)ID Number: PMTF-01GLAccessories: Right hand/Ion Blaster, Fusion AxeLimited to 500 pieces, Optimus Prime Gold Edition is a redeco of the statue above, evoking his Electrum-coated appearance in the Generation 1 episode The Golden Lagoon. He also comes with a Fusion Axe arm.This item is currently scheduled for release, but is not yet available. Bitfig Convoy (12-2016)Part of the first wave of Transformers Bitfig capsule toys.Convoy's design is inspired by his appearance in the G1 cartoon, and is articulated at the neck and shoulders.Bitfig toys were packaged in capsules color coded to the toy they contained. The Loyal SubjectsCollect them all!This character article is a stub and is missing information on their toys & merchandise. You can help Transformers Wiki by expanding it. Flame Toys Kara KuriOptimus Prime (201?)Collect them all!This character article is a stub and is missing information on their toys & merchandise. You can help Transformers Wiki by expanding it.This item is currently scheduled for release, but is not yet available. My Busy Books Transformers: My Busy Book (2017)Included with the 10-page board book, 12 figurines, and a playmat, Optimus Prime is represented by a pair of small, PVC non-transforming figurines of his robot and his semi-truck alternate mode, based on his evergreen design. Like most of the land-based vehicle figurines, his wheels do not roll.In terms of quality control, the figurines' paint applications can be... shoddy. If you're a collector who prefers to display them, you should resign yourself from buying it or try to customize the figures with better paint applications if you have the skills. Rubik's Crew Rubik's Crew Game: Transformers Optimus Prime Edition[1] (2017)This super deformed version of Optimus Prime's robot mode has a detachable "Puzzlehead" that functions like the 2x2 Rubik's Cube. Hauck Everyone wants to ride Optimus.Optimus Prime Go Kart (2017)Manufactured by Hauck toys, the Optimus Prime go-kart is a small, pedal-operated vehicle for kids aged 4-8 years old. Cast in the image of Optimus (even featuring his head sculpted on the front), the kart features an adjustable seat as well as a brake. References↑ Rubik's Crew Game: Transformers Optimus Prime at hasbro.comRetrieved from "http://tfwiki.net/mediawiki/index.php?title=Optimus_Prime_(G1)/merchandise&oldid=1233640#Oral_Care_Station" Categories: Unreleased toysUpcoming toy releasesCharacter stubs missing toysAttacktixCombinersDecoysGeneration 1 AutobotsMyCloneRobot HeroesTitanium SeriesBitfig
     

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