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Unique Toys War Lord - Beasticons New Images Reveal NOT Divebomb,Tantrum, Headstrong and Razorclaw
Jack - Sunday, December 16, 2012

Just in is more news and images for the War Lords Beasticons action figures from thrid party makers Unique Toys. They have been posting updates for the figures in progresses with some new look at the NOT Divebomb, War Hawk figure as the left combiner arm, robot and alternate beast eagle mode below. Also added are teaser images for the other team characters including what appears to be NOT Tantrum, Headstrong and Razorclaw that are shown as very dark illustrations. Check out the new images below for more details on the figures. has added a War Hawk pre-order to ship next month for $94.99 USD.

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The Facebook page for MMC's Ocular Max offshoot has posted new photos showing the prototype for their Perfection Series Saltus - yet another third party Masterpiece Springer. This one is noted to offer alternate heads for cartoon or toy influence, as well as differing shoulder arrangements to match, all while boasting 40 points of articulation. The Facebook post projects availability in the second quarter of 2017, but of course no pricing is available at this stage. Click through now to see the mirrored photos!
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