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Botcon 2013 - Transformers Generations New 2014 Figures Image Gallery

By BaCon on Saturday, June 29, 2013



Just in are more images of new figures from the 2014 line. Following the Hasbro panel news on the new Generations toys we have images just out on the display booth. We have just posted new looks at Waspinator, Rhinox, Goldfire, Skids, Doubledealer and more coming so keep checking back.

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