There are countless Transformers collectibles in the market but I’m pretty sure that you never see this coming: a G1 Optimus Prime Collectible Action Figurine from Killerbody that, believe it or not, has a removable head that doubles as a stress-relieving fidget tool.
Who’s going to cosplay as Autobot Mirage from Transformers: Rise of the Beasts? If you are, here’s something from Killerbody that could save you a bit of work making the costume: the KBGO x Killerbody Wearable Transformers Autobot Mirage Helmet.
Remember the wearable Transformers Dark of the Moon Megatron helmet with a voice changer? Well, Killerbody has just revealed some pretty cool accessories that make it cooler to display and also expand its function beyond a display piece.
By now, I am sure you have heard of the Chinese sci-fi blockbuster, The Wandering Earth. It was based on a sci-fi novella written by Chinese computer engineer/sci-fi writer, Liu Cixin. The first movie hit the theaters in 2019 and the replica exoskeleton suit you see here is from that first movie.
Killerbody, the company behind wearable Transformers and Iron Man suits, has added the Transformers Megatron helmet to its portfolio. Like the rest of its gear, the Killerbody Wearable Transformers Megatron Helmet is officially licensed. However, unlike the wearable Bumblebee helmet, it does not double as a Bluetooth speaker. It is quite a bummer considering that …
Remember Killerbody? The RC car body maker that has branched out to build wearable Iron Man suits and wearable character helmets/Bluetooth speakers? Well, these guys have more of the latter.
What you see here is a wearable Bumblebee helmet from Killerbody. Killerbody is most notable for making shell or body for RC car, but since few years ago, they have also been recognized as a licensed costume/toy maker for franchise like Marvel’s Iron Man and more recently, Transformers.
When we saw Killerbody’s posted a short clip of towering Transformers Bumblebee and Optimus Prime cosplay costumes based 2018’s Bumblebee movie, we immediately knew we had to reach out to them. We have to. They are simply too impressive and it will be crime not to find out more for you guys.
Countless people must have cosplayed Iron Man with their own homemade suits, but if you want to turn heads, then you probably have to do what Killerbody did: spend two years in creating a movie-accurate, wearable armor, and boy, does it look seriously authentic and comes outfitted with the requisite LED lights and pop up …