Sandstorm Out of Box Show Springer Comparison Images of Transformers Generations Figures
By BaCon on Saturday, June 15, 2013
Thanks again to Tformers sponsor Robotkingdom have posted more new images of Transformers Generations Sandstorm voyager class action figure. This time we aet a look at the remolded figure out of the box and compared side by side with the Springer figure he is based on. Check out all the images for the figure Generations Sandstorm ftoy will be shipping in the June / July time frame now.
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