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MakeToys MB-01-SP1 Missile Launcher Jungle Type and MB-01-SP2 Missile Launcher Marine Type News and Images
Jack - Monday, November 05, 2012


Thanks to BBTS we have news and images of the Make Toys MakeToys MB-01-SP1 Missile Launcher Jungle Type action figure set. Also announced is the MB-01-SP2 Missile Launcher Marine Type set. These sets are estimated to arrive in December 2012 with a pre-order price of $54.99 USD. Check out the images of both sets for more details. Pre-order them now at bigbadtoystore.com.


How do you like the MakeToys MB-01-SP1 Jungle and MB-01-SP2 Marine Type sets?
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Lord_Onslaught
2012-11-05
7:05 pm

I like the Jungle type, definitely looks great on Sledge. So I will have to pick that one up, The Marine one? Might look good on Steelshot. But at $55? I would have to wait and see a size comparison of Steelshot wearing the upgrade next to another bot 
Datastream
2012-11-05
5:57 pm

Honestly, this is what PCC should have been. 
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