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BotCon 2014 Transformers Pirates vs. Knights Cannonball First Look at Figure Based on Ratchet's Mold

By BaCon on Friday, February 07, 2014



Following our report on the new Transformers Collectors Club magazine revealing the Transformers Pirates vs. Knights Prime Ratchet base figure mold that was selected as Cannonball, the first Pirate figure in the set. The image has been posted on the BotCon twitter page. What do you think? Leave a comment below about this figure.

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