You can’t have an iconic hero without an iconic villain. And there are few more iconic toy villains than Megatron.
Megatron was released in the first wave of Transformers toys in 1984. The toy has its origins in Takara’s Microman line, where it was part of the “Microchange” subline imprint. Microchange featured a variety of household objects that could convert into humanoid robots.
We’re kicking off Dungeon Reviews with one of the most iconic action figures of the 20th century: the original Optimus Prime.
Optimus Prime was released in the first wave of Transformers toys in 1984, repurposed from the Diaclone Battle Convoy figure as the leader of the heroic Autobots. For this review, we’ll be looking at the 2019 Hasbro reissue of the classic toy, paired with a vintage trailer.
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