NYCC 2012 - Transformers Platinum Collection Generations Images - Year of the Snake Omega Supreme, Optimus Prime
By Jack on Friday, October 12, 2012
Tformers continues with our coverage from NYCC 2012. Just in are new official images of the Transformers Platinum Collection. Get the official looks at the Omega Supreme Year of the Snake Energon mold with new hands and head and the Optimus Prime -Year of the Snake Energon toys shown in Robot and alternate modes now. Stay tuned for news coming from NYCC 2012 today.
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