TFW Revoltech Movie Bumblebee Gallery

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  1. Sol Fury

    Sol Fury The British Butcher Administrator News Staff

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    With the news for Transformers 4 coming thick and fast, let's take a look at one of the cooler iterations of the movie series leading Autobot, Bumblebee. Starting out in the 2007 live action movie as a scout sent to locate Shia Labeouf's character Sam Witwicky, Bumblebee has been a mainstay of all three of the live action movies so far, and doubtless will also make an appearance in the upcoming Transformers 4.

    Since its inception the Revoltech line by Kaiyado has sought to balance affordability with detail of design in its figures and incredible levels of poseabilty thanks to most figures coming with a display stand and the unique "revolver joint" system. Bumblebee, from the Sci-Fi Revoltech series, lives up to this ambition. He features a selection of alternate parts as standard for the Revoltech series, including an arm cannon, open and closed hands, and two interchangeable heads, one for his "normal" look and one with his battlemask deployed. He makes a great companion piece to the Movie Optimus Prime figures which Kaiyado has also released in their Sci-Fi Revoltech line - check out galleries of those two here and here.

    Open the link below to check out our gallery of Revoltech Bumblebee, which was contributed to our galleries by boards member VaderPrime1.

    Revoltech Transformers Movie Bumblebee

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    Revoltech Movie Bumblebee with normal head

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    Revoltech Movie Bumblebee Battlemask and arm cannon

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    Revoltech Movie Bumblebee Battle Pose

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    Revoltech Movie Bumblebee Jump Backwards

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    Revoltech Movie Bumblebee Jumping Attack

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    Revoltech Movie Bumblebee size comparison with Reveal the Shield Bumblebee
     
  2. Timesynch

    Timesynch Go For Broke! TFW2005 Supporter

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    Cool gallery and I dig Revoltechs though I wish they made figures for Megatron, Starscream, and Barricade.
     
  3. AutobotMaster44

    AutobotMaster44 I'm your Master.

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    Bee looks so cool!
     
  4. iceburn9

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    This Bumblebee is amazing, almost as real as you could get. Unfortunately, there'll still be some dimwits who diss such figures because "it doesn't transform".
     
  5. Timothy.R

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    Completely agree.

    This thing is beautiful. I wish I had one, I preordered it a while ago, but I cancelled to get something else.

    I own the dmk model bumblebee, and this one destroys the dmk. Dmk prime however, is far superior to revoltech prime.
     
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    prety cool but i prefr revoltec optimus
     
  7. OptimusPrime086

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    evn beter DMK optimus
     
  8. ken8kuhletz08

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    Backing up Sol Fury's statement regarding affordability and quality. So glad I decided to buy him. I rarely buy TF toys outside of the TFP toyline. Revoltech Bumblebee is one of the very few exceptions. I even decided to put him on display without removing him from his box. :D 

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    Yeah, crappy photo quality...
     
  9. LegendAntihero

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    revoltech Bumblebee is a great figure. Very show accurate and articulate all around.
     
  10. doctajones428

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    I have this guy posed with DMK Prime. They look sweet together
     
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    It sure look like the DMK Bumblebee but smaller size,that's all.
     
  12. hippy

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    I watched some youtube videos and the figure seems so floppy and difficult to pose.
    I'd heard it's made of rubber and not hard plastic, is this true ?

    I've never own a revoltech figure, not sure how the quality is.

    Thanks.
     
  13. Sol Fury

    Sol Fury The British Butcher Administrator News Staff

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    They tend to use soft PVC as opposed to ABS, yes. I'd not call it rubber as such - it's a bit harder than that.
     
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    Mine has a stiff right arm which I think is due to paint getting into the elbow joint and drying. Is there anyway to fix it?
     

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