Transformers X Back to the Future Gigawatt Autobot Hasbro Reveal

Last week Hasbro teased a crossover event that has been 35 years in the making. Today the figure has been revealed with Transformers and Back to the Future coming together for the film's 35th anniversary. This will give fans there very out Autobot Delorean Gigawatt. Gigawatt is a perfect name for such an iconic combination of these two franchises. This Transformer will be packed with amazing detail and even some Easter eggs. From accessories like the electricity conducting pole from Back to the Future Part 1 and even the garage fuel compactor, we see in Back to the Future Part 2. The DeLorean's doors will be able to be opened and closed as well. When collectors transform him into his robot mode, you will see the Flux Capacitor as the date readouts. 1985, 1955, and 2015 will be front and center cover the first two Back to the Future films.

This is a perfect mash up of two amazing franchises. The Back to the Future DeLorean is one of the most iconic science fiction cars. With Transformers being living cars this crossover event was bound to happen. This Hasbro crossover will coincide with the IDW Transformers and Back to the Future comic mini-series. This will give collectors a better backstory on the new Transformers Autobot known as Gigawatt. No price has been detailed for this figure but the Transformers x Back to the Future Gigawatt Figure is set to go up for pre-order at some time today here. This will be a Walmart exclusive and limited to only 1985 pieces so act fact. Another version of this figure will come at a later date to HasbroPulse and other retailers. Check out Gigawatt in all of his nostalgic glory below and keep an eye out for his limited release.

Transfomers X Back to the Future Gigawatt Autobot Hasbro Reveal
Credit: Hasbro

"When fans of the iconic Back to the Future Time Machine look a little closer at this nostalgic interpretation of the car, they will be treated to a new "robot in disguise" named GIGAWATT, a converting time machine robot. The figure stands at 5.5 inches in Robot mode and can convert to Time Machine mode in 17 steps, plus it includes a blaster and whip antennae accessories, and features movie-inspired details from the film, including Doc Brown-style goggles, a flux capacitor chest piece, and time circuits. In time machine mode, the gullwing doors open and wheels rotate from vertical to horizontal to produce a hovering effect as seen at the end of the film."

"In addition to the collectible figure, from IDW comes Transformers / Back to the Future – the four-part, comic book series. The first issue cover is being revealed today, along with the story synopsis: Marty McFly has just returned to his home sweet home, Hill Valley 1985, and everything's looking up… that is, until Marty and his friend Doc Brown's time machine attracts the attention of the Decepticons! With one small mistake, Marty finds himself thrust into adventure to stop the Decepticon plot in the past, present, and future… all with the help of a new time machine: the Autobot, Gigawatt!"

About Tyler Roberts

He has been the Collectibles Editor since late 2019. Funko Funatic, Historian, Air Force Veteran, and dedicated collector of many things.

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