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The latest issue of Figure Ō has provided us with the first actual prototype images of the upcoming Masterpiece Convoy (Beast Wars) figure. In celebration of Beast Wars's 20th anniversary, this brand new figure is based directly on Mainframe's season 1 cartoon CGI model for Optimus Primal. The images show that the figure can both stand up on two legs and hunch over on all-fours in Beast Mode, and in Robot Mode features his dual swords, his shoulder missile guns, his double-barreled arm cannons, articulated fingers, wrist articulation, and even light-up eyes! His Beast Mode gorilla head even has three different facial expressions ranging between grimacing, yelling, and smiling. Expect this figure's release to be sometime later this year.
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