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Starscream with Waspinator Video Review of Transformers Generations Legends Figures

By BaCon on Tuesday, June 18, 2013



YouTube member peaugh has posted a video review for the Transformers Generations Starscream with Waspinator Legends Class action figures. Get a look at the G1 inspired Starscream and his side kick Waspinator show how the two figures transform as well as the Waspinators' use as a weapon in the video below.

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