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First Looks at Generations Box Art Images Blitzwing, Hoist, Orion Pax, Impactor, Thundercracker, More Characters

By Jack on Sunday, February 24, 2013



Thanks to FMH we have a look at some of the Transformers Generations box art images of the future releases for Blitzwing, Hoist, Orion Pax, Impactor, RID Bumblebee, Megatron, Optimus Prime, Onging Bumblebee, Trailcutter and Thundercracker. Most of these toys were announced at Toy Fair 2013 held recently in New York City. Get a look at the box art illustrations and a handful of package designs in the gallery below.

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RUMBLEBEE
2013-02-26
5:22 am

AAAhhhh...Sooo much goodness coming this year. The magic is back for a while. C: 
AnimatedPlastic
2013-02-25
6:07 pm

Yes...finally Hasbro is making triple changers. Blitzwing is getting some love! Glad to see Thundercracker...now just give us Skywarp and the Seeker set will be complete... 
Fatherdeth
2013-02-25
5:00 pm

Now that's a nice Blitzwing!! Trailbreaker.....errr Trailcutter is nice looking too!! 
formerly nortagem
2013-02-25
5:06 am

Man, jonesin' for Blitzwing!  
Emerje
2013-02-25
3:26 am

Why is the box art for Trailcutter purple? Both the comic art and the figure ae black. Emerje 
Lord Atmo
2013-02-24
3:55 pm

Thundercracker!  
Dark_Supreme_Jetfire
2013-02-24
3:49 pm

I saw Hoist coming a mile away when they showed Trailbreaker. Now give us a Skids and we'll finally have all the Autobot Cars. 
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