2006 San Diego Comic Con Exclusive Transformers Alternators Nemesis
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|2006 San Diego Comic Con Exclusive Transformers Alternators Nemesis Prime. This item is brand new and factory sealed. This item was only available during the 2006 San Deigo Comic Con. Don't pass your chance to own this RARE and EXCLUSIVE product. |
Nemesis Prime is a Dodge Ram SRT-10 styled after the Transformer Alternator, Optimus Prime. This is a redeco of the extremely hard to find Transformer Alternator Dodge Ram SRT-10 Optimus Prime. As the 24th Alternator, it sports a black and teal recoloring while the vanity plate reads "NEMESIS".
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|Within the TF Alternators continuity, Nemesis Prime a Binaltech is a clone of Optimus Prime, created by Dr. Arkeville using scans of the Autobot leader acquired during previous adventures and parts pilfered from his Decepticon "allies". His intention, due to Megatron's seeming inability to destroy the Autobots on Earth and leave it for Arkeville to rule, is to have it replace Megatron as Decepticon leader. With all of Prime's strength and military genius it lacked only one thing - a Spark. And Arkeville knew where to find an approximation of a power source - the Autobot Spacebridge.|
Nemesis Prime was first sold as a convention exclusive at the 2006 San Diego Comic Con. Also, HasbroToyShop made the figure availabe on their website and begin taking orders. However, due to a massive influx of people logging in to that system to order this exclusive, the website remained unstable for hours and the Alternators Nemesis Prime was not made available. This exclusive was also sold online after the convention when it was made available on the Hasbro Toy Shop website, where it would sell out that same morning. With the ending of the Transformers Alternators line, this RARE and EXCLUSIVE product will be extremely hard to get in the future.
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