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TF Images from Winter Wonderfest 2010

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TF Images from Winter Wonderfest 2010

Postby Sabrblade » Mon Feb 08, 2010 11:19 am

Three sources have reported images of the Transformers toy display at the 2010 Tokyo Winter Wonderfest.

These images show off several Transformers figures such as the Japanese Animated figures, the ROTF N.E.S.T. Global Alliance Figures, Device Label Broadcast (Blaster) and Cheetus (Cheetor), Disney Label figures, and tons more!

Among these other images are two giant statue models of Movie Optimus Prime and a shiny Animated Optimus Prime standing side-by-side, as well as some super-deformed Animated mini-figures.

To see all these images, check'em out at TFW2005, BLOG of TAABOU’S TOYBOX, and Autobase Aichi.
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