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Transformers 4: Lost Age/Age of Extinction - FuRyu Planning Figures of Optimus Prime and Bumblebee
RAC - Wednesday, May 28, 2014


Singapore fangroup Planet Iacon reports that Japanese game and toy manufacturer FuRyu has shown a prototype for a highly detailed Optimus Prime figure based on Lost Age/Age of Extinction. An image of Bumblebee was also shown. Pricing and distribution aren't currently known, though Furyu does make prize figures for UFO Catcher crane machines. Check out the images below!

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