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Video Review Kabaya Series 6: Dai Atlus, Sonic Bomber and Roadfire Candy Toys
Jack - Saturday, February 23, 2013

Thanks to YouTube member baltmatrix who has posted a video review for the Kabaya Series 6: Dai Atlus, Sonic Bomber and Roadfire Candy Toys. These Kabaya toys are modeled after three of the most rare Japanese Transformers toys of all time, the Powered Masters. Watch the video below to get the full reveal on all three ofDai Atlus, Sonic Bomber and Roadfire now.



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Before there was Transformers, there was Diaclone. And now Diaclone lives again in the form of the Diabattles V2 set, part of the Diaclone Reboot. Oscar Fung has shared a large number of photos on Facebook of this set. Primarily showing off the many, many ways the components can be combined as both robot and vehicular forms, there's a lot of play and display value in this set. There's also some close shots of the pilots, and a size comparison with a modern Transformers cousin. You can check out all of these photos below!
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Thanks to our sponsor HLJ, we have news and images of a new release that will feature a reissue of their Transformers G1 Japan edition Fortress Maximus. The new edition is featured in what appears to be a metallic colors release including all the parts and accessories found in the original replica of the Grand Max release that offered in Japan only. Get a look at the figure in various modes with accessories and the packaging as well. The figure will be shipping in August for a list price of 4,200 JPY / $38 USD.











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