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The best Transformers figures ever: Transformers: Robots in Disguise and Transformers: The Movie

The Transformers: Transformers movies have been a huge hit in Japan, with more than 2 billion copies sold worldwide.

However, there’s one figure in particular that stands out as a unique and unique piece of art in the series: the figure of Optimus Prime.

There’s no denying that the figure is pretty darn awesome.

The design, articulation, and design of the robot looks absolutely amazing, and the detail is stunning.

However there’s a problem with the figure.

When I saw it, I immediately felt a little uncomfortable.

This is the kind of thing that makes me think about why I keep wanting to go to conventions and pose for pictures.

Transformers: Autobots and Transformers Autobots: The Ultimate Edition were released in the same year as this figure, so it’s easy to see how it’s a little bit dated.

However it’s still a solid figure and if you like the Transformers series then this is a good place to start.

The figures in this set include two variants: Optimus Prime (Optimus Prime and his brother Optimus Prime: The Final War) and Optimus Prime and Decepticons (Optimus Prime: Revenge of the Fallen).

Both are great figures, but if you’re looking for a more classic style then you should check out the Optimus Prime/Decepticons figure instead.

In terms of overall aesthetics, this Optimus Prime figure looks amazing.

It’s got the right amount of detail, and looks great in any pose, but it’s also not too detailed.

It doesn’t really have much articulation either, so there’s not a lot of room to move around or to change poses.

The plastic is quite lightweight, which is nice, and it feels solid in the hands.

However I’d be a little wary of buying this if you want a more modern looking Optimus Prime, since the paint job is a little dull.

I was also a little worried about the robot mode being too soft, since it looks like it could easily break in the slightest.

The paintjob is also fairly dull, and I didn’t like the texture of the joints.

Overall, the figures in Transformers: Decepticon and Autobot have really stood out as two of the best in the Transformers line.

If you’re into the Autobots, then this figure is a great choice, and if not, then the rest of the series will have you covered.

It’ll be a great addition to any collection, and even better if you don’t mind paying a little extra.

I’ve personally been a fan of the Autobot figure since he first appeared, and his paint job in Transformers 2 was even better.

The Transformers: Legends Transformers: Battle for Cybertron figure is now available at GameStop, but the Optimus Starscream figure from Transformers: Titans will be available in the next few weeks.

You can also buy this figure at the Toys”R”Us website for $49.99.