The sneakers in the film are more than a meeting with the foot
Retailer Zavvi and artist Florey are teaming up to create a pair of Akedo high top shoes reminiscent of the classic 1986 animated film Transformers.
Transformers fans can now show their love for the original franchise film with a new pair of high top shoes.
The new shoes are exclusive to Zavvi and were designed by Melbourne-based artist Florey. The custom Akedo high top shoes feature a fuchsia colored Autobot symbol on one side and a blue Decepticon logo on the other. Each faction symbol is surrounded by a colorful geometric pattern, similar to the one seen in the opening credits sequence for the emotionally healing cult classic Transformers: the movie. The sneakers are made of canvas and genuine rubber and are available now for $ 59.99 USD.
Zavvi is an online retailer specializing in pop culture products. In addition to Transformers, the company has also collaborated with brands such as Strange things, Star wars and Back to the future to produce and distribute exclusive clothing and other goods. The retailer also offers a large selection of other Transformers merch, including figures from Hasbro’s Studio Series 86 line, which were also created to celebrate the animated film’s latest impact.
Transformers: the movie Originally released in 1986. The film was directed by animator Nelson Shin and co-produced by Sunbow Productions, Marvel Productions and Japanese animation studio Toei Animation. The film features a new generation of transformative robots as the endless war of Autobots and Decepticon is interrupted by a massive new foe that threatens to destroy all of Cybertron. In addition to the TV show’s voice cast, the film also features the voices of Judd Nelson (The Breakfast Club), Robert Stack (Airplane!), Eric Idle (Monty Python and the Holy Grail) and LÃ©onard Nimoy (Star Trek). The film is also known to be the last role of legendary filmmaker Orson Welles, who died shortly before the film’s release.
The film initially received negative reviews from critics and is infamous for fiercely killing many of the original cartoon’s most beloved characters, including Optimus Prime, Ironhide, and Ratchet, in an effort to motivate kids to buy the. figurines of the new characters. While the film failed to recoup its production budget when it first hit theaters, it has since become a cult classic and one of the classic’s most famous media. Transformers time. The film has been re-released several times on home video, the most recent being a 4K remastered edition on Blu-ray by distributor Shout Factory.
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