New Transformers Happy Meal Toys for International Markets
Sunday, January 10th, 2021 3:00pm CSTCategories: Toy News, Collectables
Posted by: william-james88 Views: 15,824
Bumblebee – from January 7th to January 13th
Megatron – from January 14th to January 20th
Starscream– from January 21st to January 27th
Optimus Prime – from February 4th to February 10th
These are non transforming figures (as has been the case for over a decade now) and their chest plate has a lenticular lens. There are also My Little Pony toys available at the same time. We do not know if the US will be getting these at a later date.
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Credit(s): McDonalds Singapore
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Posted by Rodimus Knight on January 10th, 2021 @ 10:37pm CST
Posted by Emerje on January 10th, 2021 @ 11:10pm CST
Posted by william-james88 on January 11th, 2021 @ 12:23am CST
Emerje wrote:The international Happy Meals never get released in North America, not that I can recall anyway. Maybe Canada?
International toys can get released in the US, these were international
And the Camp Cretacious as well but the US only got 4
Rodimus Knight wrote:Well , those seem pretty pointless
As do all Happy Meal toys
Posted by william-james88 on January 12th, 2021 @ 7:20pm CST
Emerje wrote:The international Happy Meals never get released in North America
Funny thing about that, the toys coming out to the US this month are International toys that were released last year
Also, Canada goes by the international schedule rather than the US one. The US ends up being independent from the rest of the world for some reason.
Posted by Emerje on January 13th, 2021 @ 3:06am CST
Posted by william-james88 on January 13th, 2021 @ 7:12pm CST
Emerje wrote:I thought that was the case, that's why I said maybe Canada before. It's rather annoying that the American Happy Meal is still a Hasbro one so what did they gain leaving us out of this one? I wonder if American safety standards have anything to do with it? Maybe it slows down the process too much so they just do their own thing?
I dont think there's any rhyme or reason to it.
For instance even though Canafmda us international, we never got the cyberverse toys. And right now we are getting the rubiks cube stuff that's also out in Australia instead of these new cyberverse toys.