Transformers Dioramas posted this news on their website: Deluxe Class da linha TRANSFORMERS: GENERATIONS [Thrilling 30] chega ao Brasil em blister diferenciado e sem Comics¹ ~ Transformers Dioramas - Toys become real! Free Translation: "Transformers Generations Deluxe Class arrive on Brazil with differentiated blister and no comic Cybertronian Greetings... Fans and Collectors that payed a visit to the greatest toy sellers in Brazil encountered an unusual situation related to the Transformesr: Generations [Thrilling 30] Blister packages. Unlike was seen on ABRIN/2014 (Brazil Toy Fair) by Transformers Diorama (Watch - TF NEWS: TRANSFORMERS DIORAMAS - Transformers Dioramas - Programa #2 for more info) Deluxe Figures from Transformesr: Generations [Thrilling 30] line came with blisters in a version without the comics in english. (Images quoted to reduce thread lenght) To the child audience - to wich those figures are destined - such change doesn't bring any loss , but to Fans and Collectors, this represents a great scam, since the comics bring an apresentation with deeper information about the characters." 1)-"Differentiated blister" my a**, that blister is the american one, but with the comic removed. 2)-I know Europe and Takara versions didn't got the comics aswell. 3)-I know also that Europe and Takara versions got a blister with an artwork, not that thing that looks like it's a fake crap. 4)- I know my country has laws that says products need to have specifications in our native language (wich comes in a sticker in the blister bottom). But that doesn't mean that comics inside the product needs to be in portuguese. I Have an official Spawn figure that came with an english comic that was bought in a "great toy seller" here in brazil some time ago. What pisses me off (and some other brazillian consumers as well). Is that we (by a Hasbro perspective) don't deserve to get a blister with the character Artwork (if we can't get the HQ so at least give us a non-fake looking blister!) like Europe or Asia, maybe it is because we're inferior than other countries and Hasbro Brasil couldn't bother to give us a good looking blister, instead they open the blisters, remove the comics as if nobody would notice, doesn't even bother to cut the "Comic Book Included" part off the package Hasbro Brasil could show some consideration to us Brazillian consumers that pay overpriced toys (Movie Leaders are $120 here, Voyagers $60, Deluxes are $36) and get few to none Generations waves that are released in other countries.