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TF: Legends LG-EX Black Convoy and LG-EX Armada Megatron

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TF: Legends LG-EX Black Convoy and LG-EX Armada Megatron

Postby Sabrblade » Fri May 22, 2015 10:03 pm

TakaraTomy has announced two new Tokyo Toy Show exclusive Transformers: Legends figures! Both of them are non-G1 characters yet still very familiar in multiple ways.

The first figure is LG-EX Black Convoy, a redeco of Reveal the Shield Deluxe class (Laser) Optimus Prime as the 2001 Robots in Disguise Scourge / Car Robots Black Convoy character. Previously, the Transformers Collectors Club had released their own Scourge figure from this mold in the first Transformers Figure Subscription Service back in 2013. Now, Japan will get their own version of this mold as this character, but in a slightly different deco from the TFSS figure. This Black Convoy figure is not necessarily more show-accurate than the TFSS Scourge figure, but there are still differences.

The second figure is LG-EX Armada Megatron, a redeco of Generations Combiner Wars Leader class Armada Megatron. Like Black Convoy, this figure attempt to differentiate itself from the Hasbro figure with different paint apps (namely by painting the chest so differently that it does a better job at making the fact that it is a G1 Megatron chest less obvious), but this time, the figure does come out as being slightly more show-accurate.


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