Ironhide and Dinobot Sludge Studio Series Figures | Source: Hasbro Pulse/the Pop Insider

Transformers fans, your favorite Autobots, Decepticons, and other robots in disguise are rolling off the big screen and into your collection.

Hasbro Pulse has announced four new additions to its Transformers Studio Series collection of movie-inspired collectibles. The new figures include Arcee, Ironhide, Junkheap, and Dinobot Sludge, inspired by the classic The Transformers: The Movie (1986) and Transformers: Bumblebee (2018).

Transformers Studio Series 85 Deluxe Transformers: Bumblebee Arcee figure | Source: Hasbro Pulse

Arcee from Transformers: Bumblebee stands at 4.5 inches and converts from robot to Cybertronian motorcycle mode in 23 steps. The figure comes with two blaster accessories that attach in both modes. Ironhide is also from Transformers: Bumblebee and is 4.5 inches tall. This Autobot converts from a robot to Cybertronian tank mode in 22 steps and comes with a cannon accessory.

Transformers Studio Series 86-14 Voyager The Transformers: The Movie Junkheap figure | Source: Hasbro Pulse

The other two figures both come from The Transformers: The Movie. Junkheap comes with a movie-inspired armor axe, two wheel accessories, and two molded arm plates. This figure is 6.5 inches tall and can transform from motorcycle to robot in 22 steps. Dinobot Sludge (which is currently pre-sold out) is the tallest of the bunch at 8.5 inches. He converts from robot to brontosaurus mode in 31 steps and comes with a blaster accessory.

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All four figures are packaged with a removable backdrop that collectors can use to recreate scenes from these Transformers movies. Arcee and Ironhide come with a backdrop from the Cybertron Falls scene in Bumblebee, Junkheap can pose in the Junkion Dance Party scene from The Transformers: The Movie, and Dinobot Sludge includes a backdrop from the Mockery of Justice scene when he breaks down the courtroom door and crashes the Quintesson trial. 

Fans can preorder these new figures now from Hasbro Pulse. Prices start at $24.99 and the figures are expected to ship this fall.

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Khue Nguyen

Khue Nguyen

Khue (Ken) Nguyen is an Editorial Intern at the Toy Insider, the Toy Book and the Pop Insider, where he helps cover the latest news in toys and pop culture. He’s also a part-time editor for a local newspaper in Columbia, Missouri. As a self-proclaimed Asian foodie, Ken enjoys roaming the downtown area of Columbia looking for a steaming bowl of noodle soup or a sizzling plate of stir fry whenever he’s not working.