Don't Call Me
It was Megatron that rendered Bumblebee mute back on Cybertron, and ever since, the Decepticon leader has looked forward to finishing the job. The Autobot scout has been a thorn in the side of the Decepticon army for ages. It is time to do away with Bumblebee, once and for all.
There are no known variations of this figure.
Availability: This figure was available exclusively at Target stores with Target Commander Megatron (2011) in 2011.
Additional Versions of Bumblebee: There are many additional versions of Bumblebee, for more information see our Movie Bumblebee Toy Table.
Recolors: This mold was recolored from Cyberverse Legion "Bolt" Bumblebee (2011) and Toys R Us Legion Bumblebee (2011).
The gun accessory was recolored from
Machine Wars Mirage (1997), Machine Wars Prowl (1997), Clear
Indy Heat (2000, Japan), Robots
In Disguise Skid-Z (2001), and Robot
Masters Ligier (2004, Japan).
Remolds: This figure was remolded from Revenge of the Fallen Legends Bumblebee (2009), Legends Recon Bumblebee (2009), Legends N.E.S.T. Bumblebee (2010), Legends Stealth Bumblebee (2010), Cyberfire Bumblebee (2010), Wal*Mart Cyberverse Bumblebee (2011), Wal*Mart 2-Pack Age of Extinction Bumblebee (2014), and Age of Extinction Legion Class Bumblebee (2014).
Name Reuses: The name Bumblebee was reassigned many times, please see our Bumblebee Disambiguation page.