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Toyworld TW-H01 Hardbone - Color Images of Hardhead Headmaster Redux
Jack - Thursday, January 10, 2013

Toyworld have released images for their TW-H01 Hardbone action figure. The toys pays homage to the Generation 1 character Hardhead. The TW-H01 brings the Headmaster figure into modern day with real articulation, and many new features such as a place to store weapons and other nice touches that classic fans will apperciate. The figures listed at retail price of $73 USD with no date listed for release as yet. Check out the images of Toyworld TW-H01 Hardbone toy below.

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10:52 pm

Um...what's with the name?  
4:39 pm

FP hasn't shown any sign of doing Hardhead, probably because of the Headrobots upgrade for the Universe figure (which I love and will not replace) and the massive positive reaction for this figure from Toyworld when it was first announced. 
4:32 pm

Fix the face. It needs to be tan/a darker yellow. Otherwise, it looks good. puma, I think what we saw is what we are getting from Fp as far as Headmasters. 
4:20 pm

i like it but since i already have FP's CHromedome, i'd like to see if FP is going to tackle Hardhead. The colors are a bit off though i think. and i'm not one to complain much about colors. 
4:06 pm

Looks good and the price isn't ridiculous... 
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