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Transformers Generations Fall of Cybertron Kickback Review Images

By Jack on Wednesday, November 21, 2012



Thanks to Kapow Toys who have posted a pictorial review of the Transformers Generations Fall of Cybertron Kickback deluxe class action figure. This toy is one of a few all new figures in the links with an all new look for the Decepticon Kickback, fans are way glad to see the Insecticons getting some play in the deluxe class. Check out the images of Transformers Generations Fall of Cybertron Kickback for the full review below.
Articulation is very good, the arms have a lot of swivel and ball joints in them and the legs the same, he has no waist swivel but does have ball jointed ankles allowing a lot of cool stances. The panels on his chest and shoulders can get in the way if I'm honest but its not enough to annoy, his forearms can be slid up or down to form blades and as you can see from the pics he looks really good either way... Read More

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