Sideshow and Threezero are proud to debut the MDLX series with MDLX Bumblebee, who will be the first figure in the Transformers MDLX line!
MDLX is a new series of articulated figures capturing the spirit of Threezero’s renown DLX series at a smaller scale with a similar high range of articulation and great durability resulting in a groundbreaking affordable price.
The MDLX line of Transformers figures is based on the original 1980's Transformers cartoon and toy line, as redesigned by Threezero Art Director Kelvin Sau. The iconic designs have been remixed to incorporate Threezero’s hyper-detailed mechanical aesthetic, offering a familiar and exciting new presentation. Transformers MDLX figures feature Threezero’s unique die-cast zinc alloy and engineer-grade plastic frame system, which retains the tactile playability and durability of the figure. Each figure is finished off with the detailed craftsmanship and weathered paint application that Threezero is known for, bringing beloved Transformers characters to a new format for all to enjoy.
Don't miss your chance to add this MDLX Bumblebee figure to your Transformers collection!
- Small Scale Articulated Figures Series
The Bumblebee MDLX Collectible Figure features:
* Size and weight are approx. values
Item shown is a prototype. When shipped, the final production piece may differ in appearance.
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The original G1 Bumblebee was the first Transformer I ever owned back in the 80s, and this MDLX version by Threezero is the perfect nostalgia bomb blending that classic look with a more contemporary design. The level of detail is amazing as is the poseability. You can even balance him on one foot! The swap out head is cool, but I prefer the standard look to the battle helmet. He also comes with swap out hands (fist, open, and trigger fingers) which adds to the variety of poses available. I am impatiently awaiting the MDLX Optimus Prime to arrive because I just know they're gonna look fantastic together! Threezero has teased Megatron and Rodimus Prime (why not Starscream or Soundwave?) as the next releases in the line.
The only thing I think they could have included to make this figure any better was a stand or nameplate since some folks will want to leave him on a shelf and not play with him between calls at work like someone I know, but honestly, he's so stable when he stands you don't really need it.