‘Top Gun’ Transforms with New Hasbro Pulse Project

Hasbro’s Transformers brand is adding “Top Gun” to its collaborative lineup.

License Global

July 15, 2020

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Hasbro has announced a new Hasbro Pulse project that will see the Transformers’ brand collide with “Top Gun” for a new play experience, according to Toy Book.

The robots in disguise are morphing with “Top Gun” to create an all-new transformer. Autobot Maverick morphs into a transformer from the Northrop Grumman F-14 Tomcat jet from “Top Gun.” Standing seven inches tall in robot mode, the toy can convert to Tomcat jet mode in 25 steps.

A mini motorcycle accessory, two alternate hands that can hold the volleyball accessory and four missile accessories also come with the set and can be mounted on the figure’s arms in robot mode and under its wings in jet mode. The figure also boasts folding jet wings and movie-inspired details like a helmet design inspired by the upcoming “Top Gun: Maverick” film.

The figure can be pre-ordered now from Hasbro Pulse and will ship on approximately Oct. 7.

The project adds to the growing list of initiatives from Hasbro Pulse. Late last year, Hasbro announced plans to debut a full-sized cookie monster replica toy in partnership with “Sesame Street.”

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