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Impossible Toys TRNS-03 Alicon Video Review

By jon3pnt0 on Thursday, January 24, 2013



This great figure from Impossible Toys features an all new mold that pay homage to the Quntessons character. The figure measures 7 1/2 inches (or 19cm) in height in robot mode. It includes 2 spear weapons which can be joined together using a connector piece that is stored in the figure's alternate mode's mouth. Watch the review for the Impossible Toys TRNS-03 Alicon below.

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formerly nortagem
2013-02-15
2:56 am

Have seen a few on eBay...a little , but there. I'd focus on more Sharkticon and Alicons!  
jon3pnt0
2013-02-11
8:01 am

I was really happy with mine too. So much so that I ordered another one. I still need more Sharkticons and I would be happy with a couple more Judges but they are impossible to find. Hoping a few cons this year have some. 
formerly nortagem
2013-02-10
8:46 am

Finally grabbed this guy. Impossible Toys did an impressive job with the old school aesthetic! In beast mode, sizes up well with the Sharkticon and Quints. And detail is great. I promise when you're transforming this guy, you'll be transported back to the 80's...that is, if you grew ... read more 
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