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More Revenge of the Fallen Voyager Bludgeon Images
BLACKOUT34 - Thursday, November 05, 2009


The ships are loaded and steaming towards the USA loaded down with your Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen Voyager Bludgeon action figure. It could be one day, or one month before we get them.

They've been showing up in Honk Kong for a couple weeks, its not clear if they are stolen factory items or on the shelves yet. Thanks to to br08272001 who's posted a big gallery of images, we have something to look at while we wait.

Yea, there have been a lot of images already. These are probably the most complete and detailed images yet for the final production figure we will see on shelves. There plenty of angles on the tank mode that is almost kibble free. The robot images are good too. The figures bright paint applications really add a lot to make the Samurai warrior look.


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OldDiesel
2009-11-06
9:22 pm

Very cool! Looking forward to it! 
Optimus Timelord
2009-11-06
8:17 pm

I (link) 
Timothy.R
2009-11-05
6:52 pm

love the body. Hate the face. with the aesthetic of the movie line, this had the potential to have one kick ass face. i was expecting a sort of terminator/comic looking face. every time i see the face i just think of its potential. but hey.. it's still a really great looking figure, lots of ... read more 
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