Ahead of the launch of the second (yes, we know it's really the third) Transformers movie, Bumblebee will be visiting Toys R Us in Brent Cross on 30 May. Well, a yellow Chevy Camero will be, anyway.
He'll be rolling in at 10am to celebrate the launch of a new range of toys. Available will be Megatron and Optimus Prime (£45 each), Bumblebee, Soundwave, Breakaway, Sideswipe, Rampage, and Sideways (£13 each).
There's also a Bumblebee helmet with sound effects (£40), and a Bumblebee arm blaster (£40). Launching next month will be Deceptacon Devastator, made up of six construction vehicles.
The new bots will apparently be given a 24-foot wall of space at the front of Toys R Us stores across the UK, so if you pop in looking for one then you shouldn't have too much trouble finding them.
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