Predaking Reissue question....

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  1. Galvatron 88

    Galvatron 88 The Greatest of Cybertron

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    What is the difference between the predaking that was reissued and the other reissue that they have been doing I heard there was a difference????
     
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    ... huh?
     
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    What other reissue?? If you mean the difference between the other 'standard' reissues and Predaking, the main difference was cost.

    Other than that, I'm not sure how to answer your question.
     
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    Galvatron 88 The Greatest of Cybertron

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    I meant the predaking reissue and the other transformers reissues from takara, I heard predaking was some what different of a reissue...
     
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    It was just a reissue of a boxed set of the Predacons...
     
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    I think I know what he means guys.

    Takara has essentially been doing two "lines" of reissues.

    One of them is the bookstyle reissues, which are boxes with a flap that opens to reveal the toy. There have been, oh, about 20 of these to this point, I forget exactly.

    The other, used more for big toys like Predaking, Galvatron, Star Convoy, Six Shot, etc, are more G1 styled boxes. They usually look the same or at least similar to the original Japanese releases, although they've been straying further with the most recent ones (new box art for Galvatron, Star Convoy being packaged in vehicle instead of robot mode).
     

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