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Transformers Figure King Preview Encore #23 Fortress Maximus and Super GT-03 Megatron

By Jack on Thursday, February 21, 2013



Thanks to Planet Iacon facebook page have posted images last issue of Figure King magazine the Japanese collectibles hobby magazine. Hightlights and previews are shown of new Takara Tomy Transformers action figures including products from the Encore, Super GT, Generations, Masterpiece, Prime and BeCool lines. Most notable is the first looks at Encore #23 Fortress Maximus and Super GT-03 Megatron. Check out all the images and details below.


Transformers Generations TG-13 Soundwave
Transformers Generations TG-14 Soundblaster
Transformers Masterpiece MP-10B Black Convoy
Transformers Masterpiece MP-16 Frenzy & Buzzsaw


Super GT-03 Megatron
BeCool Collection Launchers Wave 1


+ Transformers Prime Arms Micron Nightmare Unicron
+ Transformers Prime Arms Micron Special Edition Translucent Capsule Figures
+ Transformers Encore #23 Fortress Maximus

NOTE: The play combination of BeCool (BotShots) with Encore #23 Fortress Maximus. Takara is can indeed Be Cool!

Stay tuned to Tformers.com for more details as they are made available. Your best resource for all the Transformers news and community every day.



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2013-02-22
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