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Transformers Prime In-Box Images - AM-24 Breakdown Cyrus, AM-25 Nemesis Prime, AM-26 Somkescreen, EZ Autobot and Decepticons Set

By Jack on Wednesday, November 21, 2012



Thanks to Robotkindom who have posted many new images of the Takara Tomy Arms Micron Transformers figures that have are slated to ship November 24, 2012. Check out the in-box images of AM-24 Breakdown Cyrus, AM-25 Nemesis Prime, AM-26 Somkescreen, EZ-SP1 Team Autobot Set and EZ-SP2 Team Decepticons Set. All of these toys are now setup for pre-ordering directly from robotkingdom.com. Check out the images of all the new action figures in the gallery below.

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Fatherdeth
2012-11-24
3:46 pm

Nemesis Prime is one of my favorite characters in the Trans Universe. I will be getting him. It's a shame Hasbro doesn't look out for the US folks. I hate having to pay the mark up just because Hasbro thinks they know what we want here in the states. 
Hellscream85
2012-11-24
6:12 am

Y'know, I'm actually seriously considering grabbing up Sylus Breakdown and Nemesis Prime. I've been looking for the perfect figure to bash into a "Dr. Arkeville that's been stranded on Cybertron for 20 years and has had to replace the vast majority of his body with cybertronian ... read more 
Hellscream85
2012-11-21
10:24 pm

Third version, the second was Swerve 
Transmitte
2012-11-21
8:28 pm

Even though the toy is altered a bit, it's still the second one for this mold, and still none for the American market. WTG Habro... 
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