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Transformers Encore 20A Devastator In-Hand Images -New G1 Constructicons Gift Set Out of Box

By Jack on Monday, January 14, 2013

Thanks to forums member 1069 at ACToys we some of the first looks at the Takara Tomy's latest Encore re-issue with the Transformers 20A Anime Devastator gift-set. The in-hand images show the toys that have been reduxed G1 cartoon style with an new head sculpt and recolored parts in the box only. But the G1 goodness shines through the close ups of every toy in-package. Check out the images of the Transformers Encore 20A Devastator - G1 Constructicons Gift Set In-hand Images now.

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Talk about an easy pass. I mean, I love devs as much as the next guy but another release of him kind of pisses me off! I would have rather paid another $20-30 for the add on parts on the original encore release then have to repurchase another whole devs release just for a purple barrel. Ma... read more 
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