New BBTS Preorders; Japanese BW Sets, 8 Figure Set And 2 Figure Set
The good folks over at BBTS have updated their website, and now has an preorder available for a Set of 8 figures and another one for a set of 2 figures, named Optimus Primal and Megatron. Both sets is part of the Japanese Beast Wars line. The sets are scheduled to be released this March, and the 8 figure set can be preordered for $224.99, while the 2 figure set goes for $69.99. Furthermore, the sets consists of all new molds and they are fully transformable. These are the names of the toys in the 8 figure set, one each of; Optimus Primal, Megatron, Waspinator, Cheetor, Dinobot, Blackarachnia, Archadis and Corhada.
For now, its still a mystery how these toys will look and what size they will have, but be sure that we will follow up on these sets as soon as we get some more information.
If you wish to further discuss and speculate on what these sets is about, please feel free to do so in this thread, started by Robogeek28!
Many thanks to Robogeek28 for this news!
To see the product description from BBTS, click on "read more".
The image used above is not an image of the actual product, we hope to have images of the actual product later in January.
Little is known about these items yet, but we have confirmed that they are all new molds, and they will be fully transformable figures (not PVC figures). Takara is accepting orders for these items for one weekend only at a trade show in Japan, so it is important that you place preorders by January 18th so we can order the appropriate amount. More info will be listed as we receive it from Japan.
The set of 8 figures will contain one each of: Optimus Primal, Megatron, Waspinator, Cheetor, Dinobot, Blackarachnia, Archadis, Corhada.
Product Number: TAK10681
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