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Tokyo Toy Show 2013 - Metroplex New Images and More From Tranformers Generations Display

By BaCon on Saturday, June 15, 2013

Thanks to our sponsor Robotkingdom who have posted lots of new images from the Transformers Generations display at Tokyo Toy Show 2013. Get a look at new images of the TG-23 Metroplex and other Transformers Generations toys including Blitzwing, Springer, Grimlock, Orion Pax vs Megtron, and many others in the gallery below. UPDATE: More images added thanks to MASABON1980.

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