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New Looks at Transformers Generations 2010 Book

By DragonX76 on Tuesday, November 23, 2010



Thanks to S250 and ACtoys who has shared some images of the Million Publishing's Transformers Generations 2010 book. Shown are images of the cover as well as interior looks at the Master Piece MP-9 Autobot Protector Rodimus Convoy, Character artwork from Animated Japan series and a nice spread featuring the Transformers United action figures series. BTW, if you didn't notice, United Tracks in the Gen 2010 book has his G1 flames and not the artsy Hasbro version.

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Lord_Onslaught
2010-11-24
8:23 pm

Already know which ones from Hasbro I wont be getting. The Takara ones are way better 
Clownpants
2010-11-24
12:43 pm

agree with O-packs. 
O-Packs
2010-11-24
5:31 am

Too bad Animated couldn`t continue as a cartoon some how. Best use of the TF mythos since G1 IMO. A toon with proper figs and Animated`s writing staff would KILLL!!!  
Primus-feather
2010-11-23
8:41 pm

Tell me we're gonna get something like this state side?!?! 
AnimatedPlastic
2010-11-23
7:41 pm

Wow.  
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