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Figure King and Dengeki Hobby Transformers Preivews for January 2013

By Jack on Tuesday, January 01, 2013



Many thanks to our sponsor RobotKingdom and toy-world.com.hk who have posted news magazines scans scans from the January 2013 issues of Figure King and Dengeki Hobby Magazines. The hobby collectors magazines from Japan are showcasing Transformers Prime, Masterpiece, Super GT, Generations, Encore and BeCool toys have will be coming to Japan later this year. Check out the images below for more details.

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