Transformers Reissue Brawn (Black Chase)

Released in Japan in 2003, this uses the same mold as the “Keychain” reissues that were available here in the United States. In Japan they were blind packed, and each had an all black chase variant. This is the black version of Brawn, and is extremely rare (especially here in The States). The figure is missing the keychain part but the figure is completely fine. Price: SOLD

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Transformers Collectors Club Ramjet (2016)

I got this in the mail today, I wasn’t expecting it, and wasn’t too sure what the Club Exclusive figure was this year so I opened it to see what it was; the figure was never even removed from the foam tray. There is a small spot where the box lid rubbed against the figure, but given how TFCC packaged them you’ll be hard pressed to find one that isn’t like that. Price: SOLD

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Transformers Japanese Boxed Trypticon

This the Japanese release of the Generation 1 Trypticon figure. The figure is complete, and in great shape… The box however is not. As you can see the box has been ripped and repaired in more than one spot. The foam tray has also seen better days. The Walking mechanism has been tested and works. The chrome is in good shape, and the tabs on the tail are un-broken. Th only price reference I have for this figure is a completed eBay listing that sold…

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Transformers Beast Wars II God Neptune

Released in 1998 as part of the Beast Wars 2 toy line, these figures were only available in Japane & never sold at retail in the United States. God Neptune is a redeco of the Generation 1 Seacons set, minus Nautilator. This set comes complete in the box, with instructions. There is a bit of discoloration on the little “fish” guy (sorry I can’t recall his name), but for a figure that is 18 years old: the discoloration is only on one leg, and can…

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Transformers eHobby Deep Cover & Clamp Down MIB

Released in 2003 as an eHobby exclusive, these figures were never sold in the United States. Figures are complete, with the missiles still on the tree, and instructions still in the bag (bags have been opened). There is a bit of discoloration on Clamp Down’s door stickers due to age, but that’s to be expected on a figure that is 13 years old. The boxes are in great shape, no bending on the flaps, and tape still intact on one side. I originally purchased these…

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EZ Starscream (Kero Kero Ace Edition)

This green and yellow redeco of Movie Legends Class Starscream was available with the December 2011 edition of Kerokero Ace magazine, in which the “Keroro Gunsō × Transformers” comic was published. Though identified as “Starscream Keroro Ver.” on the box, which makes it sound like the toy is of Starscream himself, the figure is called “Keroroscream” in various places in the magazine itself, reflecting the events of the comic strip, in which it’s a transformed Keroro. Box has a small rip in it (see pics),…

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Brave Dagwon Dag Base

Dag Base is from the Dagwon portion of the Brave franchise. The figure is a repaint of the Grandus mold from the Japanese portion of the Generation 1 Transformers continuity. The figure does include some re-molding, such as actually having hands, whereas Grandus only has “lobster claws”, slight differences to the head, feet, and probably a couple other minor things that I’m missing. The figure is complete with all parts, instructions & used sticker sheet still in the bag, and the small blue figures are…

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Machine Robo Devil Satan 6

Released by Bandai in Japan, this is the original version of Monsterous from the GoBots line. Monsterous was licensed by Mattel from Bandai for use in the Go-Bots toy line, and was given a new name and new colors for the U.S. Market; this version was only available in Asian markets, and was never released in the United States. The team consists of Gillhead, Barabat, Death Claw, Groguillon, Eyegos, and Blugoda; all in their original (Pre-GoBots) colors. The figures are in great shape. The box…

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