From our team at the San Diego Comic Con 2012 we're got some more new Transformers toy images to share with you. These ones are a supplement to the Generations Fall of Cybertron toy display with our first look at the five Fall of Cybertron Combaticons in package! There's a couple of pleasing little additions to the packaging, namely the use of "part x of 5" in the top corner, recalling the old Generation 1 style of numbering each member of the combiner groups.
We've also got pics of the backs of the packaging, specifically, we've got the bios for the five! Read on to view the bios - we've also added them to our Transformers Resources
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for more SDCC 2012 coverage! Onslaught Onslaught believes precision and planning are the keys to success, He spends hours devising battle plans considering contingencies, and deliberating troop disposition before ever committing his forces to battle. Once the fight is joined, however, no robot is a fiercer fighter. Blast Off Blast Off disguises the horrible lonliness he feels behind utter contempt for anyone who can't reach orbit under their own power. From his isolated position in orbit, he can fry any Autobot his comrades designate with powerful x-ray lasers, or descend to join his fellows in forming the mighty Decepticon Bruticus. Brawl It's possible that the rage that drives Decepticon Bruticus to his untold feats of destruction is contained entirely within Decepticon Brawl. Barely contained at the best of times, this brutal 'bot's anger is unleashed on the battlefield, turning him into the eye of a storm of devastation. Swindle To the other Combaticons, the war with the Autobots is an epic clash for the fate of the universe. To Swindle, it's a business opportunity. While his teammates relish the frenzy of destruction they cause as Decepticon Bruticus, Swindle quietly calculates how much he can get for selling all the scrap metal that'll be lying around afterward. Vortex Few Autobots fear a fight against Vortex. What they fear is being captured and at his mercy. He uses magnetic grapples to haul helpless captives high into the sky. There he treats them to a terrifying series of swoops, loops and dives before dropping them to their doom.