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iGear Toys Teases Again About Robot Dinosaurs - Will They Return for 2013?

By Jack on Wednesday, December 05, 2012



iGear Toys announced they would be doing some Robot Dinosaurs this year but that apparently is not going to happen with just weeks left in 2012. For whatever reason, GreatToysOnline.com
with iGear have re-posted the same image announcing "Dinosaurs in 2012" with a line drawing showing a robot T-Rex design. If anything, it would make a lot of sense to see iGear work on the rest of the Dinobots characters. Is there more than meets the eye to this toys? Stay tuned for more news at is happens.

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Scaleface
2012-12-06
3:26 am

Anything bigger than a voyager is a waste on plastic and money to me. At the largest they should be the size of Hegemon. 
Lord_Onslaught
2012-12-05
9:14 pm

I'm not going to be enticed until we see actual figures 
Hellscream85
2012-12-05
5:57 pm

All I know is these had better be in scale with MP Grimlock, after FOC Grimlock I won't be buying another Grimlock, MP is the perfect version of the character 
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