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Blaster was #22 in Takara's book style reissues. It was also repainted and the cassette door slightly remolded to become the eHobby "Twincast" reissue. Steeljaw was included with this reissue of Blaster. Notice that there are several differences with the reissue of Blaster than the original: 1) the grey plastic is a different shade, 2) the grey plastic does not have the silvery "swirls" which are similar to the look of the "gold plastic" Transformers, 3) it seems that Takara fixed the problems with the cassette player buttons, 4) it seems that they also fixed the problems with the arms (they now "ratchet" when you move them, which enables the arms to stay in place when placed in a horizontal or angled position) and 5) some of the stickers are a different color than the original.
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