Takara Tomy Alternity A-03 Goldbug Out in Japan - In-Hand Comparison Images with Alternity Bumblebee

Many thanks to Snakas who has shared some in-hand looks at the Takara Tomy Alternity A-03 Goldbug action figure that has been released in Japan.

The images offer angles on the robot and alternate Suzuki Swift vehicle mode as well as in comparison with the original Alternity A-03 Bumblebee mold the figure is based upon.

As to be expected, this is just like the G1 versions with Golbug is a repaint as a metallic gold color version of the Bumblebee figure. There's also some color changes to the head and limbs that offer a nice contrast. Check out the images below for all the details.

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