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Generations V2 Book Details - Transformers Dark Side of the Moon, Headmasters, Profiles

By Jack Quan on Friday, June 24, 2011



Million Publishing updates are in with new details about the Transformers Generations Vol. 2 book. The update reveals the book will focus on Transformers Dark Side of the Moon with added images and details about the series toys. They will also be offering a spotlight on the Generation 1 Headmasters in this volume. Lastly, there will be a characters profile section with information on robots from the Transformers Universe. Look for Transformers Generations Volume 2 to be out in Japan July 28, 2011 for a retail price of 2625 yen.

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