Takara Tomy Transformers Generations TG-01 Optimus Prime and TG-02 Jazz Card Images
Jack - Saturday, November 24, 2012
Thanks to Weibo user D80_BOSS we have some looks at the Takara Tomy Transformers Generations TG-01 Optimus Prime and TG-02 Jazz on the card. These are the Japan editions of the Fall of Cybertron toys that have metallic paint apps and other touches that are different from the figures relesed here in the USA. See Takara Tomy Transformers Generations TG-01 Optimus Prime and TG-02 Jazz Card Images below.
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i was gonna get this till i saw the in package pics. much less paint apps than the pic on the back of the packaging. more bait and switch. that gray plastic just ruins it. $40 + shipping for a half assed figure? no thanks.
Shame the packaging hasn't changed much (at all), I was just starting to like the United cardbacks.
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