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Feb 16, 2015
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Who here is a fan of the Transformers? Taas ang kamay!

We bet a lot of you raised your hands simply because the Transformers, an animated series about vehicles transforming into badass robots, was among the most awesome cartoons to hit TV screens in the '80s and '90s. Watching it was always a must-do affair back in the day while its big screen adaptations made us feel like little boys watching his beloved toys come to life in cinematic, CGI splendor.


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As a result, we made our parents buy robot-related stufffrom posters and Optimus Prime-fronted notebooks to toys that made us the stars of our kiddie barkada's lunch talkswhen we were little kids.

That was back then. We're adults now wanting and doing adult things. Toy robots just don't have the same appeal anymore.

Or so we thought.

Because no matter how #Tanders you are, you won't be able to stop your inner child from coming out and saying, "OMFG, THAT ROBOT IS MINE! ALL MINE!!!" when you see this giant, two-feet tall toy robot:

destructicon toyImage via Toyland.gizmodo.com


Die-hard fans know that it's the Devastator, a huge robot composed of smaller robots called Constructicons that combine to form one of the most imposing and destructive figures in Transformers lore. Unveiled over the weekend in New York during Toy Fair 2015, the toy version of the giant robot is certainly a legit masterpiece both kids and adults will wish for.

Just look at the detail:

destructicon toyImage via Toyland.gizmodo.com


Each of the Constructicons looks really good as well:

Mixmaster

destructicon toyImage via Toyland.gizmodo.com


Long Haul

destructicon toyImage via Toyland.gizmodo.com


Scavenger

destructicon toyImage via Toyland.gizmodo.com


Bonecrusher

destructicon toyImage via Toyland.gizmodo.com


Hook

destructicon toyImage via Toyland.gizmodo.com


Scrapper

destructicon toyImage via Toyland.gizmodo.com

Man, looking at these made us forget we're grown men with grown men problems!

This huge-ass Devastator toy is set to be available via Hasbro starting fall this year (or between September and November) for $150 (about P6,600) for the whole set. We have at least seven months to save up, fellas!

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