Japan Exclusive Comic Bom-Bom: Transformers 2010

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  1. jackets

    jackets Gamer/Anime fan

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    Something new and old from TF Pulp! These scans are of the Japanese-only "Transformers 2010" from the pages of the children's magazine Comic Bom Bom between December 1986 and June 1987. While the text isn't translated, the designs of the various Autobots and Decepticons should speak more for themselves, such as a slightly different designed Cyclonus, transformation sequence for Metroplex and Trypticon (Dinosaurer in Japan while in his beast mode), and the Terrocons. Some of the artwork has been seen in "Transformers Generations", albeit on a smaller scale.Check out at TF Pulp now at the The Allspark: Transformers News Movie Comics Animated - Comic Bom-Bom: Transformers 2010
     
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    Nemesis_Dirge Banned

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    WOW!

    that picture of cyclonus looks almost exactly like the new universe cyclonus toy...
     
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    Sol Fury The British Butcher Administrator News Staff

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    Not news, but still pretty cool.
     
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    Scaleface TFW2005 Supporter

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    The page of Metroplex says he stands 800 meters tall. It's nice to have a actual number for a size, nota vague "big as a city!"

    So a little work with paint.net and crunching the numbers... we get Metroplex in the Upper Manhattan Skyline, in scale to the World Trade Center.

    [​IMG]
     

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