The self-proclaimed king of the Dinobots now has a statue that matches his ego. Sideshow Collectibles is currently taking pre-orders for a massive statue of Transformers’ Grimlock. The diorama features both the robot and dinosaur versions of the heroic Autobot.
This version of Grimlock is a mixture of his G1 appearance and how he appeared in the Transformers: Fall of Cybertron video game. There are some Gundam-inspired details sprinkled in here and there as well.
Sideshow and Premium Collectibles Studio present the Grimlock Diorama – Supreme Edition, stomping onto your shelf of Transformers collectibles. This deluxe Dinobot presentation offers fans an incredibly engaging scene with two configurations of the fearless Grimlock on the attack.
The Grimlock Diorama – Supreme Edition measures 30” tall and 24” wide in a unique display that captures the dual strength of Grimlock’s Dinobot and alternate Autobot form. In this prehistoric scene, the leader of the Dinobots swings his mighty tail in Tyrannosaurus form, opening his jaws wide in a mighty roar. Above him, the warrior Grimlock wields his energo-sword as he leaps into action, converted into a more classic Transformer state. A clear blue element embodies the evolution between designs, giving fans a dynamic look at the fearless fighter in action. Transparent flames frame the prehistoric scene as magma bubbles between charred rocks and Cybertronian ruins on the base.
Grimlock’s diorama measures at 30″x24″x22″. He’s a big boy. He also comes with a big price tag. At $1,855, he is on the pricier side of Transformers collectibles. Then again, the statue does give us Grimlock in his robot and t-rex form. So, that kind of makes that pill easier to swallow for us Transformers fans.
Sideshow offers a layaway program. For $208.69 a month over eight months, the king of the Dinobots can be yours. Pre-orders are available now, but Grimlock won’t ship until between September and November 2022.
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