New Hasbro Pulse Exclusive Generations Select Transformers Available Now

Fans can take their Transformers figure collections to the next level with Generations Selects, a fan-dedicated line of figures featuring fan-favorite, special edition characters you can’t find in the main line.

Transformers Generations Selects Deluxe WFC-GS11 Decepticon Exhaust

This special edition Decepticon Exhaust figure portrays the Decepticon-turned-bounty-hunting mercenary from the War for Cybertron streaming series. This figure does not have the traditional Autobot or Decepticon logo, but wears his mercenary logo as seen in the show. The Exhaust figure converts to sportscar mode in 18 steps and comes equipped with a blaster accessory that can be held in his hand or mounted on roof of his vehicle mode.

Includes Generations Selects Deluxe Class Decepticon Exhaust figure, weapon accessory, and instructions.

  • Generations Selects is a fan-dedicated line of figures featuring special edition characters that can’t be found in the main line
  • This special edition Decepticon Exhaust figure portrays the Decepticon-turned-bounty-hunting mercenary from the War for Cybertron streaming series
  • This Exhaust figure does not have the traditional Autobot or Decepticon logo, but wears his mercenary logo as seen in the show
  • Figure comes equipped with a blaster accessory that can be held in his hand or mounted on roof of his vehicle mode.
  • Figure converts to sportscar mode in 18 steps
  • Figure scale: 5.5 inches

Available Now

Retail – $19.99

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Transformers Generations Selects Deluxe WFC-GS12 Greasepit

This special edition WFC-GS12 Greasepit figure is inspired by the 1989 Micromaster gas station toy that was included with the Micromaster Greasepit toy. Paying homage to the original toy release, this figure comes with a “Super Gaoline Z-1” sign that can be attached to any of its battle station configurations. The figure disassembles in 11 steps and reassembles into battle station modes in 12 and 16 steps. Comes with a blaster accessory that can attach to the figure in robot and battle station modes.

Includes Generations Selects Deluxe Class Greasepit figure, accessory, and instructions.

  • Generations Selects is a fan-dedicated line of figures featuring special edition characters that can’t be found in the main line
  • This figure is inspired by the 1989 Micromaster gas station toy that was included with the Micromaster Greasepit toy. Includes a “Super Gasoline Z-1” sign inspired by the original station
  • This Greasepit figure can be disassembled and reassembled into a battle station mode inspired by the look of the 1989 Micromaster gas station toy and other battle station configurations
  • This Greasepit figure disassembles in 11 steps and reassembles into Battle Station modes in 12 and 16 steps
  • Figure scale: 5.5 inches

Available Now

Retail – $19.99

Hasbro Pulse Link 

Transformers Generations Selects Deluxe WFC-GS13 Hubcap Figure

This special edition WFC-GS13 Hubcap figure is the first modern era update inspired by the 1986 Mini-Vehicle mail-away. He even features the classic orange face unique to the original toy release. Hubcap is a character with some serious identity issues. Not only is he often confused with Bumblebee for being of similar size and color, but the original 1986 mail-away mislabeled him as Cliffjumper. Not that anyone knew who Hubcap was at the time anyway. Though he appeared in the 1986 Mini-Vehicle assortment, he was only introduced into Transformers entertainment in 2007 with the release of IDW’s Megatron Origin Issue #3.

This Hubcap figure converts from robot to sportscar mode in 18 steps and comes with an arm cannon accessory. The hood of his car mode can be held in robot mode as a shield.

Includes Generations Selects Deluxe Class Hubcap figure, accessories, and instructions.

  • Generations Selects is a fan-dedicated line of figures featuring special edition characters that can’t be found in the main line
  • This special edition WFC-GS13 Hubcap figure is the first modern era update inspired by the 1986 Mini-Vehicle mail-away, featuring the classic orange face unique to the original toy release
  • Here’s a figure with some serious identity issues. Not only is Hubcap often confused with Bumblebee, but the original 1986 mail-away mislabeled him as Cliffjumper. Not that anyone knew who Hubcap was at the time anyway, having only first appeared in entertainment in a 2007 IDW comic
  • This Hubcap figure converts from robot to classic G1 sportscar mode in 18 steps
  • Comes with an arm cannon accessory and the hood of his car mode can be held in robot mode as a shield
  • Figure scale: 5.5 inches

Available Now

Retail – $19.99

Hasbro Pulse Link 

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