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Transformers Generations TG-02 Jazz Out of the Package Images of Japan Edition Figure

By Jack on Thursday, December 27, 2012



Thanks to Affes who has posted some new images Transformers Generations TG-02 Jazz fresh out in Japan. Get a look at the Japanese version that Takara Tomy have put their own finishing touches on. You can see images of Jazz in both modes and compared with the orginal Hasbro release now for more info on this new release.

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