Optimus Prime - Transformers: Prime - Toys


  • Generations Deluxe Class Optimus Prime (2010)
A new mold, based on his appearance in the War for Cybertron video game.
  • United UN01 Deluxe Optimus Prime Cybertron Mode (2010)
The Japanese version of the Generations figure by Takara Tomy features a metallic repaint.
  • Corbot V War Axe (2010)
A third-party accessory for Generations Deluxe Optimus Prime, consisting of a battle axe similar to the one used in the video game.
  • Prime Deluxe Optimus Prime First Edition (2011)
A San Diego Comic-Con International exclusive metallic redeco of the Deluxe figure with a plastic packaging shaped like the Matrix of Leadership.
  • Prime Deluxe Optimus Prime (not yet released)
An all-new Deluxe mold of Optimus Prime from the Prime animated series.
  • Prime Deluxe Optimus Prime vs. Megatron Entertainment Pack (2011)
A gift set that includes the Deluxe Optimus Prime and Megatron figures, plus figurines of Jack Darby, Miko Nakadai and Raf Esquivel and a DVD of the first episode of Prime.
  • Prime First Edition Voyager Optimus Prime (2011)
An all-new Voyager mold of Optimus Prime from the Prime animated series.
  • Prime Voyager Optimus Prime (Takara Tomy) (2011)
The Japanese version of Voyager Optimus Prime by Takara Tomy is repainted in a metallic finish.
  • Prime Voyager Powerizer Optimus Prime (2012)
A completely different mold from the First Edition Voyager figure with better proportions in vehicle mode. The figure's main gimmick is a retractable ion cannon that lights up.
  • Prime Cyberverse Commander Optimus Prime (2012)
A new Cyberverse Commander Class mold.
  • Generations Fall of Cybertron Deluxe Optimus Prime (2012)
An all-new Deluxe mold of Optimus Prime, based on the design from the Fall of Cybertron video game.
  • Prime Leader Weaponizer Optimus Prime (2012)
A new Leader Class mold of Optimus Prime with pop-up cannons that emit light and sound effects, as well as easier transformation for younger collectors.
  • Prime Voyager Powerizer Optimus Prime (Dark Energon) (not yet released)
A darker redeco of the Voyager Powerizer Optimus Prime.
  • Prime Beast Hunters Cyberverse Commander Optimus Prime (2013)
  • Prime Beast Hunters Leader Weaponizer Optimus Prime (2013)

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