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Diamond Select Power Master Optimus Prime Bust
Primus - Thursday, March 25, 2010


As previous reported from Toy Fair 2010, Diamond Select Toys has a bunch of new statues and buts queued up for release this year. One of the biggest surprises is a new scupture of the fan favorite Power Master Optimus Prime that features the leader as bulked up, super armed with base in the back war machine.Look for this guy in stores Ocotober 2010 for about $60. Pre-order it now at BBTS.
    A Diamond Select Release! Art Asylum design and sculpt! DST's exciting mini-bust line continues to deliver the most iconic and memorable robots-in-disguise from Transformers history! This latest entry to the line depicts the "Power Master" merged version of the bravest and most noble of all the Autobots, Optimus Prime This super-detailed bust and base takes this line to a whole new level of awesome!



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MikePrime
2010-03-25
9:32 pm

I already have a Powermaster Optimus Prime that doesn't move, it's called the God Ginrai reissue. 
Lord_Onslaught
2010-03-25
9:29 pm

looks good but would rather have an updated Powermaster Prime toy with God Bomber 
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