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Comparison images of RtS/United Jazz and Tracks

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Comparison images of RtS/United Jazz and Tracks

Postby Sabrblade » Fri Feb 04, 2011 1:30 pm

Still can't decide on which version of Jazz and Tracks you want to purchase? Well, these images may come in handy.The blog of Alfes 2010 has provided an extensive look at both the upcoming United Jazz and United Tracks figures, comparing them to their Reveal the Shield counterparts.

Both figures sport different and richer paint applications, putting more finishing touches on the finer details of each, compared to the Hasbro versions. Tracks even sports a G1-accurate flame deco on his hood. Oddly enough, though, the bio card for Jazz is that of Animated Jazz instead of United Jazz. Click to above links to view all the images.
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