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Review - Transformers Generations Hoist

By ExVee on Wednesday, September 11, 2013



Hoist is the foregone conclusion. From the moment you find out there will be a Generations Trailbreaker (or cutter, whichever) you know that it's only a matter of time before it gets Hoisted. But I can hardly complain about that. While Trailmix might finish out the 1984 Diaclone car updates, Hoist is another part of piecing together the 1985 lineup, making him no less important. Read the full review!

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Even though this Moist can't fit inside Huffer, I still want it.  
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