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New Images of Upcoming Transformers Bot Shots Figures - 3-Packs, Launchers and Super Bot Sunstorm!

By Jack on Wednesday, January 23, 2013



Many thanks to HK-TF forums member zeroeo who has posted lots of in-hand images for the soon to be released Transformers Bot Shots action figure. Shown are the new 3-pack sets including: Bumblebee, Shockwave and Skyquake as well as the Cliffjumper, Brawl and Dirt Boss sets. Also we have new images of the Wave 3 Launchers including G1 Optimus Prime and Bumblebee and the Super Bot Sunstorm. Check out the images of the new Transformers Bot Shots toys below.

Stay tuned to Tformers.com for more details as they are made available. Your best resource for all the Transformers news and community every day.



Transformers Poll
How do you like tyhe Upcoming Transformers Bot Shots Figures?
5 - Great
4
3 - Okay
2
1 - Terrible
0 - Do Not Care

   Votes: 5  -  Poll Results


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FREEFALLL666
2013-01-26
11:47 pm

But thats the problem, why are games like Bakugan and Yu-Gi-Oh popular? Because the have many rules and are not just Top-Trumps V Boggle... 
Fatherdeth
2013-01-26
1:06 pm

I have a few myself. My daughter loves for us to play with them. They are kind of fun. The concept is elementary, but works. I do like the Stunticoon set except for the name changes. 
FREEFALLL666
2013-01-26
7:35 am

I have a couple... No wonder we get to pay more for the real figures, we have to pay for these lame things development costs.. 
Tripredacus
2013-01-24
2:39 pm

I still haven't gotten any of these guys. They kinda remind me of Battle Beasts in a way. 
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