Fast Action Battlers

Some articles on fast action battlers, action:

Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen (toy Line) - Fast Action Battlers
... Fast Action Battlers are Deluxe class figures with simple transformation and a more toy-like design for younger children ...
Ironhide - Transformers - Toys
... Transformers Fast Action Battlers Cannon Blast Ironhide (2007) A Deluxe sized toy meant for quick transformation and younger children ... Transformers Fast Action Battlers Pulse Cannon Ironhide (2008) A white repaint of Fast Action Battlers Ironhide ... Revenge of the Fallen Fast Action Battlers Cannon Force Ironhide (2009) A red redeco of the Fast Action Battlers figure ...
Bumblebee (Transformers) - Transformers - Toys
... Transformers Fast Action Battlers Plasma Punch Bumblebee (Camaro Concept) (2007) A Deluxe Class transforming toy with simplified transformation for younger children ... Transformers Fast Action Battlers Rally Rocket Bumblebee (Camaro Concept) (2007) A redeco of the Fast Action Battlers figure with a black hood and ... Revenge of the Fallen Fast Action Battlers Pulse Blast Bumblebee (2009) A re-release of the Fast Action Battlers figure from the first movie line, with visual modifications to resemble Bumblebee's ...
Skids (Transformers) - Transformers: Revenge of The Fallen - Toys
... Revenge of the Fallen Fast Action Battlers Missile Blast Autobot Skids (2009) A Deluxe-sized figure with simple transformation for younger children ... Revenge of the Fallen Fast Action Battlers Offroad Skids and Rally Mudflap (2009) A green/white redeco of the Fast Action Battlers figure bundled with Mudflap ... of the Fallen Robot Replicas Autobot Skids (2009) A poseable, non-transforming action figure of Skids ...

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