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Transformers Prime Beast Hunters Laserback Video Review

By Jack on Sunday, December 23, 2012



Thanks to YouTube member emgo316 who posted a video review of the Transformers Prime Beast Hunters Laserback deluxe class actions figure. This is one of the first reviews we have from the new Beast Hunters series and it starts with the leader of the pack when it comes to the Predacon action. To me, this guy looks a lot like our old
friend Savage Noble from the Beast Machines. Watch the video review to get the scoop on Laserback now.

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Asthaloth
2012-12-27
4:20 pm

Says Lazerback on the package. This bugs me. Beast mode is awesome, and robot mode has grown on me with seeing some proper pictures of it. 
Goktimus Prime
2012-12-26
10:17 pm

I thought Hasbro was going all illiterate and calling this toy "Lazerback," though I'm glad to see that it's being called "Laserback." I still haven't forgiven them for "Lazorbeak," "Wind Sheer" and "Scattor." I know Takara comes up with ... read more 
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