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Robot Heroes Primal, Jetstorm, Victory Saber, Dessarus
Soundwinder - Tuesday, December 16, 2008


It looks as if some new Robot Heroes figures will be joining the Transformers Universe toy line sometime soon, as TFW2005 has in-package images of Optimus Primal vs Jetstorm and Victory Saber vs Dessarus. The Optimus Primal and Jetstorm figures are from the Beast Machines era while Victory Saber is from the Japan-only Transformers: Victory series.

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deceptikhan
2008-12-22
7:40 pm

I guess is what Hasbro was talking about with "a small nod to a Victory in the 25th Anv. line up" eh. I so TOTALLY want that Dessaras and Victory Saber Anyone interested in the lore, go to Tfcog.com and watch them in English there. You go to episode archive and can watch eps 1-25 of ... read more 
Haggisjin
2008-12-18
9:05 am

 
Golden Age
2008-12-18
4:56 am

Maybe they're testing the market to see if reissues of Japanese exclusive toys would be popular here as well. 
Agent Zero
2008-12-17
10:02 pm

I really don't give a crap about the shows/stories, but I know a cool looking robot when I see it. 
TRANS-Lego-MaN
2008-12-17
9:48 pm

meh, who is dessara's? 
Blitz
2008-12-17
5:27 pm

those Victory guys are mine that's all I have to say 
Agent Zero
2008-12-17
4:23 pm

I always liked the name "Deathsaurus" myself. Oh well. The Victory set and BM Jetstrom look nice. Primal though,  
Bestimus Mucho
2008-12-17
4:05 pm

Thus why I say they should put out the damn japanese shows. 
PG-13
2008-12-17
3:04 pm

Really? I guess I don't get the Japanese TF love. 
Lord Madhammer
2008-12-17
2:23 pm

If this means we'll get an Overlord / God Ginrai set... well I would be okay with that. 
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