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ROTF Voyager Bludeon Katana Combination Video
MISP Steve - Sunday, November 29, 2009


Thanks to Yoboy who has posted a video on YouTube revealing an interesting hidden feature of the Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen Voyager Bludgeon figure's sword weapon. Those wacky designers at Takara are always keeping us fanboys on our toes. Apparently, the two Japanese swords (katanas) can be combined into a single much longer sword weapon. Very cool! Check out the video now for all the details.


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Tramp
2009-12-03
6:38 pm

Fujikooooooo  
Liege Evilmus
2009-12-03
4:50 am

she made that show worth watching  
Ardenrobo
2009-12-02
4:39 pm

There's a Fujiko in the "Lupin the 3rd" series & movies. 
Tramp
2009-12-02
11:03 am

That's because this is part of my own original work. It's not published yet. In fact, it's not even written yet. This was a class project back in college. I did screw up on the kanji though. Here's the proper kanji in order: (link) 
YoboY
2009-12-02
11:00 am

Wow.. I have never come across any of these anime titles before. In my country I have only came across Naruto, Bleach, and the old Dragon Ball.. 
Tramp
2009-12-02
5:16 am

Actually, I didn't mention it, YoboY did, but it is indeed one of my favorite anime. On a side note YoboY, One of the other reasons why I knew more about the Japanese swords, namely the Katana and Wakizashi is because one of my own comic book characters wields the complete Daishō set, ... read more 
deceptikhan
2009-12-02
3:43 am

Too bad for the ppl that HATE this.  
Liege Evilmus
2009-12-02
3:26 am

Tramp is one of our resident encyclopedias  
Tramp
2009-12-02
1:06 am

Not even close. I just happen to like Anime and a lot of Japanese culture. I also watch a lot of movies as well as the Discovery Channel and History Channel. I also like to look stuff up that is of interest to me. 
YoboY
2009-12-01
2:08 pm

Indeed I do have another review on bludgeon.. Detailed or not that depends. Feel free to check it out: (link) 
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