Action Figure Insider » @nacellecompany brings #RoboForce back to life with a range of 7.5 inch action figures! – Now available for pre-order!


@nacellecompany brings #RoboForce back to life with a range of 7.5-inch action figures! – Now available for pre-order!


LOS ANGELES, CA – The Nacelle Company, the studio behind Netflix The toys that made us, The movies that made us, A toy store near you, and behind the attraction on Disney+ are excited to announce the first wave of Robo Force 7.5-inch collectible figures be available for pre-order for $49.99 at from April 22, 2022! After spending the last year acquiring nostalgic IPs like The Great Garloo, Power Lords, Big Loo, and the legendary Marx Toys brand, Nacelle is launching its first wave of Robo Force figures featuring highly detailed, fully articulated versions of Maxx Steele and Wrecker.

In 2021, Nacelle Company announced its acquisition of the beloved ’80s franchise, Robo Force, with plans to reintroduce the characters through a TV series, books, and other lifestyle products. Now, less than a year later, the company unveils the first images of the Robo Force line of action figures created by renowned toy designer David Vonner. Careful detail has been used to ensure Robo Force’s rich history is taken seriously, while being updated with a modern aesthetic meant to broaden the audience.

Maxx Steele and Wrecker from Robo Force return as part of Nacelle’s Very important toy line of 7.5 inch scale figures. These 7.5-inch, fully articulated deluxe action figures feature stunning packaging artwork, as well as their own collector-friendly window box.

Maxx Steele was intended to be the last and greatest of law enforcement (it was literally built to be), but the day before its first patrol, the UTOPIA101 line was revealed to the world. Maxx Steele was quietly reassigned to keep pace with traffic. Despite his best efforts to comply, Maxx Steele’s passion for fighting crime, along with a growing distrust of the UTOPIA line, lead Maxx down the path to other unauthorized lines of police work. This will create problems. A lot of problems.

Tow truck was designed to be the jack-of-all-trades of the ROBO FORCE range; he has a tool for every occasion. Unfortunately, due to the rise of the UTOPIA101 line, these occasions never occurred. Reassigned to use his staggering codex of strength and empathy to perform the most mundane of tasks in the basement of Rhombus Police HQ, Wrecker ends up teaming up with Maxx Steele to help protect the innocent and keep tabs on the increasingly erratic UTOPIA Force (as well as Hun-Dred and his evil minions).

Nacelle Company’s Robo Force revival proves that nostalgic audiences’ interest in the franchise is higher than ever and now is the perfect time to reintroduce Robo Force to a new generation of fans and collectors.

“Of all the IPs we bought, we wanted to start our toy division with Robo

Strength because not only are they fun and iconic, but because they were crushed at Toy Fair in 1984 by another line of charismatic transforming robots, we wanted to give them their due with a reimagined storyline and high-end redesigns. But do not despair lovers of the 80’s version, our new figurines will of course have the famous suction cups, but these will be attached to something that the originals never had; legs!” said Nacelle Company founder and CEO Brian Volk-Weiss.

Product features include:

  • 5 inch scale (19.05 cm)
  • Injection molded figure
  • Very detailed
  • fully articulated
  • Reinvented from the classic Robo Force™ line
  • Part of The Nacelle Company Very important toy line

Pre-order Wave One now here.

The pre-sale of Wave Two, which will include Hun-Dred and SOTA, will be announced later this year.

About Nacelle:

The Nacelle Company, founded by Brian Volk Weiss, is an American diversified media company headquartered in Burbank, California. Established in 2017, they are a leader in the pop culture space through its scripted and unscripted production, podcasting, publishing, records, distribution, development, marketing and management divisions. Nacelle has produced hits such as the Netflix docu-series, Down to earth with Zac Efron, The movies that made usand The toys that made usand Kevin Hart’s Guide to Black History, as well as behind the attraction for Disney+, CW Stopped, sony Crazy of you to restart, all the way black for BET+, History To agree, and history

Headquarters: 55 Years of Star Trek. Nacelle’s wide range of partnerships include: Netflix, Amazon, Disney+, HBO, Discovery, BET+, A&E Networks, Hulu, Viacom, History and many more. The company as a whole is dedicated to presenting groundbreaking stories and pop culture history through its documentary filmmaking style, unique distribution system, and constant desire to never stop exploring.

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