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Transformers Universe Mighty Muggs Wave 3 Revealed
BaCon - Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Thanks to a new listing at Entertainment Earth we've got news and image revealing the Transformers Universe Mighty Muggs Wave 3 action figures about case mix.

The third round of these series is listed to include one each of Megatron, Shockwave, Jazz and Starscream. Check out the listing details and image below.

    Transformers Universe Mighty Muggs Wave 3 Description:

    * Cybertron's finest… now rounder!
    * Chunky, edgy style.
    * Fun, distinctive, out-of-this-world collectibles!

    Mighty Muggs are famous the world over for their chunky, edgy style, and now they've extended their influence into the marvelous universe of Transformers! Based on their appearance in the original generation of Transformers, these irresistible, 6-inch tall characters are both distinctively cute and decidedly collectible. You'll want them all in your world!

    This Wave 3 case includes 4 individually packaged action figures:
    1x Megatron
    1x Shockwave
    1x Jazz
    1x Starscream (not pictured)
    (subject to change)
NOTE: The canceled status is very likely a data entry error. Chances are we'll see a more updated listing there or at another retailer soon.

Which is your favorite Wave 3 Mighty Mugg?

   Votes: 274  -  Poll Results

last 10 shown - scroll to view more   TFormers Member Comments
2:01 pm

As an update, EE has removed the pic. WTF is going on!? 
10:51 pm

the only series that didnt do well were the indy one's. stores around here in dallas cant seem to keep the other brands on shelves, well minus the hulk, tarkin, and palpatine. those are available a plenty. i just picked up my snake eyes and storm shadow one's. those are great! 
10:31 pm

i thought Megatron was in wave 1 
9:45 pm

I think they're FUN  
9:26 pm

Why is everyone so against these things? I think they're awesome. Anyone know the Canadian price of these? 
8:58 pm

Canceled or just delayed? I'd rather see them canceled, but seriously, Hasbro has delayed the next wave G.I. Joe vehicles, presumably to let stores take a breather for awhile. This might be the case with these Might Muggs as well. They seem to sell well, unfortunately, so it makes little sens... read more 
Liege Evilmus
8:58 pm

Who would be no one aparently. I like the novelty of these, but would rather have the Robot Heroes. 
8:54 pm

I first I've heard of these being canned. I think the rumour started when an online store took down their preorders saying they were cancelled. My 2 cents its a shame if true but I've seen a fair few of the Indie and SW toys in the discount areas 
8:47 pm

Why are these canceled? Can somebody show me a news story or something? 
8:08 pm

I love that jazz, isn't that the same megatron mighty mugg from the first wave 
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