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Transformers Masterpiece MP-12 Lambor Sideswipe Video Review
Jack - Thursday, October 25, 2012


Thanks to Charles's Chogokin Reviews on YouTube for posting a review of the Transformers Masterpiece MP-12 Lambor Sideswipe action figure set that just came out in Asia. Get a look at the ultimate Sideswipe toy in and out of the box as well as transformation details. Watch the video after now.



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Hellscream85
2012-10-27
1:55 pm

Just watched the two video reviews, lookin very nice between MP-10 and PP-05! 
Hellscream85
2012-10-26
8:34 pm

Sweet! This'll replace Classics Sideswipe quite nicely, now who to repurpose classics Sideswipe as.......? 
jeffafa
2012-10-26
6:21 pm

There is a great pic comparing the two on TFW: (link) 
AnimatedPlastic
2012-10-26
6:00 pm

So it looks like the panels lining up could be a little issue from what I see.....I am soooooo....looking forward to this being released and getting him finally.....wonder how long behind Red Alert will be being released.... 
puma
2012-10-26
5:16 pm

please. i'm just waiting until i get back home to ship my Pile of Loot! December can't come soon enough. just watched the video. and now i'm super stoked on him!! i even bought the stupid pile drivers off of ebay too. ha. 
Hellscream85
2012-10-26
4:39 pm

Still waiting on a size comaparison between the MP and the classics version 
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