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Video Review TFC Toys Uranos SR-71 Blackbird and X-47 Phantom Ray - Not Silverbolt Figure

By Jack on Tuesday, February 12, 2013



Forums member Tambeyoda has posted a video review for the TFC Toys Uranos SR-71 Blackbird and X-47 Phantom Ray third party action figures. Get the scoop on these new Uranos combiner team members including the Not Silverbolt homage in the video review below.

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