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TakaraTomy Mall has updated with images of newer figures from the Transformers Adventure Series and Transformers Easy Dynamic Series , which are both Japanese equivalents of the new 2015 Transformers: Robots in Disguise toyline with additional molds from other lines included to bulk up the line.
We've seen images of the first Wave and few from Waves 2 and 3 previously, and now we have formal images of the figures from Waves 2, 3, and 4.
TAV13 Nemesis Prime (redeco of Warrior Optimus Prime)
TAV14 Ultra Magnus (redeco of Prime Beast Hunters Ultra Magnus)
TAV15 Lockdown (redeco of Animated Lockdown)
TAV16 Bombshell (redeco of Generations Combiner Wars Bombshell)
TAV17 Sharpnel (that is not a typo, redeco of Generations Thrilling 30 Shrapnel)
TAV18 Drift (redeco of Warrior Drift)
TAV19 Powerglide (redeco of Generations Combiner Wars Powerglide)
TAV20 Adams (redeco of Generations Thrilling 30 Cosmos)
TAV VS03 Strongarm vs Phantomjaw (2-pack containing TAV03 Strongarm and a redeco of Warrior Steeljaw)
Easy Dynamic Series
TED06 Big Optimus Prime (redeco of 3-Step Changer / Hyperchange Heroes Optimus Prime)
TED07 Bumblebee (redeco of 1-Step Changer Bumblebee)
TED08 Steeljaw (redeco of 1-Step Changer Steeljaw)
TED09 Grimlock (redeco of One-Step Changer Grimlock)
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