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My Complete Optimus Prime Collection

November 23rd, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

I’ve always wanted to do a group shot of all my Optimus Primes. I didn’t really have anything to do today, other than watch football, so in between halftimes and timeouts I dug out all my Primes from their various hiding spots and assembled them together for a group photo. During the process, even I became amazed at how many Optimus figures I have, and I don’t even have them all. This just goes to show what a popular character the Autobot Leader really is.

 


From left to right:
Bottom row: Alternator, 2007 Movie (First Strike Voyager class)
Middle row: Cybertron (Deluxe class), Titanium (War Within 1st version), Hybrid (THS-02), G1 (25th Anniversary Reissue), Classic (Voyager class), TFA (Voyager class)
Top row: ROTF (Leader class), Masterpiece (MP-04), 2007 Movie (Leader class)

 

Below are some of my un-opened figures of Optimus:


Clockwise from top left:
Classic Optimus Prime and Megatron Ultimate Battle 2-Pack (Deluxe class), Robot Masters (RM-01), Alternity (red), Alternity (silver), G1 (2002 TRU Reissue), Encore (01), G1 (25th Anniversary Reissue)

 

Here is a pic of the Movie Primes in their alt modes:


From left to right:
2007 Movie (First Strike Voyager class), ROTF (Leader class), 2007 Movie (Leader class)

Dune Runner snuck in there, watching from afar, wishing he could hang with the Primes 🙂

And in the words of Optimus Prime, Transform and Roll Out!

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  1. November 23rd, 2009 at 18:11 | #1

    Nice collection. I’ll have to do one of my own to compare to yours. I still have to hunt down the classics and animated prime though.

  2. November 23rd, 2009 at 20:10 | #2

    yeah I like to see your Prime collection. With the exception of the MP and the Hybrid, they were all in alt modes and I had to transform them all into robots for this shoot, then transform them back to put them into storage. that was a good exercise in transformation. This would be a good lab component for a TF test 🙂

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