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Transformers Kabaya GUM Toy In-Hand Images of Dai Atlas, Sonic Bomber, Road Fire, Big Powered Combiner
Jack - Sunday, December 09, 2012


The latest wave of Transformers Kabaya GUM Toys are just out in Japan. Thanks to masafun2011 who has posed some new in-hand images of Transformers action figures showing the figures from the Transformers Zone series including Dai Atlas, Sonic Bomber, Road Fire and the Big Powered Combiner made of all three figures. These toys may be small, but the attention to detail is pretty impressive. Get a look at the figures below for more details on the Transformers Kabaya GUM Toys.



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puma
2012-12-09
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Sweet! Can't wait for my set. 
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