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Alright, let's get caught up on more of what we learned at ToyFair 2013. This round of updates is about fan favorite Transformers Generations Line. Our 'work-in-progress' ToyFair 2013 report has been updated to include many images of each of the following new figures:
-- Generations Legends figures: Optimus with Roller, Bumblebee with Blazemaster, Eject and Ramhorn, Ravage and Rumble.
-- Generations Deluxe: Kickback, Air Raid, Roadbuster, Whirl, Impactor, Twintwist, Topspin, (comics B-2 bomber) Megatron, Orion Pax (as depicted in the recent Spotlight), and Trailcutter (yeah we're calling him Trailbreaker too!)
-- Generations Voyager: Another highlight of the show, these figures had attendees fired up as well! Blitzwing, Springer, Grimlock and Autobot Blaster.
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Uh, what about Deluxe Bumblebee?
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