Years ago I worked with the folks at Botcon to bring the Shattered Glass universe to life, and over several Botcons (and the Collector's Club) the universe expanded. For years now the universe has laid dormant - until now! Hasbro is launching its own line of Shattered Glass figures beginning with Blurr! This is available now for pre-order on Hasbro Pulse! Ordering from Pulse will also get you an exclusive foil variant cover of the upcoming IDW Publishing Shattered Glass comic book. Check out the details and images below:
Discover a universe that shatters everything you know about the Transformers robots…an upside-down world where the bad guys are good, and the good guys are bad. Welcome to Shattered Glass, an alternate universe where the heroic Decepticons battle the evil Autobots. Wait…what?
Fans can explore this topsy-turvy reality with the Transformers Shattered Glass Collection, featuring classic Transformers characters, with a twist!
Look for other Shattered Glass figures to build the ultimate alternate universe collection (each sold separately, subject to availability).
Includes: Auotbot Blurr figure, spark welder hand attachment, blaster accessory, and instructions.
- Part of the Shattered Glass Collection Deluxe Class figure Figure depicts Autobot Blurr with deco and details inspired by the Shattered Glass universe Converts from robot to Cybertronian hovercraft mode in 18 steps Features purple Autobot logo and newly tooled head complete with his signature eye patch Comes with the first of a 5-issue IDW Shattered Glass miniseries with a Hasbro Pulse exclusive variant cover you can only get with figure, featuring spot UV
Figure scale: 5.5 inches. Ages 8 and up. Warning: Choking Hazard -- Small parts may be generated. Not for children under 3 years.
SHATTER EVERYTHING YOU KNOW ABOUT TRANSFORMERS
Welcome to an alternate universe where the bad guys are good, and the good guys are bad…Shattered Glass is a mirror universe where Optimus Prime and the Autobots are the evil conquerors and ruling class of Cybertron, opposed by the noble Megatron and his heroic Decepticon rebels.
SHATTERED GLASS COLLECTION
The Transformers Shattered Glass Collection is inspired by an alternate universe where the heroic Decepticons battle the evil Autobots. Wait…what? Fans can explore this topsy-turvy reality with the Transformers Shattered Glass Collection, featuring classic Transformers characters, with a twist! Each figure features Shattered Glass universe-inspired deco and details. Look for other Shattered Glass figures to build the ultimate alternate universe collection (each sold separately, subject to availability).
INCLUDES COMIC BOOK WITH EXCLUSIVE VARIANT COVER
Each figure in the collection comes with 1 of a 5-issue IDW miniseries with a Hasbro Pulse exclusive variant cover you can only get with a Shattered Glass figure. Shattered Glass isn’t your average Transformers tale… “Shards” is the story of the ongoing battle between the power-hungry Autobot autocrats and the freedom-fighting Decepticon laborers. Issue #1, many kilocycles after the Cybertronian War has destroyed Earth, spotlights the evil bounty hunter, Blurr, as he takes a contract to hunt down an influential member of the Decepticon rebellion.
SADISTIC AUTOBOT BOUNTY HUNTER
“I’m running out of stragglers to snatch up.” –Blurr
Blurr is the fastest Autobot on the planet, and he won’t hesitate to tell you so. Though you might not catch it with him speaking 1000wordsperminute. Blurr has all the makings of an elite bounty hunter – tough, focused, confident…sometimes too confident. He’s more than happy to use his speed to round up Decepticon rebels for the Autobot cause, especially when he gets to have some fun “playing” with the bounty before bringing them in. But as an adrenaline junkie he seeks more stimulating contracts. Blurr remembers when there used to be Decepticons who could have been a challenge, but now he’s already snatched up most of the worthy ones. Blurr really doesn’t like to waste his time and can’t stand it when the bounty can’t manage to survive the chase. But he tries to remember not to ask for too much from a bunch of numb nodes not smart enough to not have a contract on their heads in the first place.