Beast Wars Lucky Draw Figures Revealed
Sunday, March 13th, 2011 2:33PM CDTCategories: Toy News, Collectables
Posted by: Dead Metal Views: 41,373
This information comes to us thanks to luckydrawtransformers.com the largest Lucky Draw Transformers resource on the web, in English at least. Luckydrawtransformers.com have published scans of "TV Magazine" March 1998, they have also translated the Japanese text, we have decided to mirror the list of figures and one of the scans, so if you wish to read their full article please click here.
The figures are (you'll find the English names, and the galleries of the retail version of the figure in brackets):
Gold Convoy (Optimus Primal)
Gold Cheetas (Cheetor)
Gold Rattle (Rattrap)
Gold Rhinox (Rhinox)
Gold Megatron (Megatron)
Gold Dinobot (Dinobot)
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Posted by Malicron on March 13th, 2011 @ 2:46pm CDT
Posted by Anonymous. on March 13th, 2011 @ 2:48pm CDT
Posted by GetRightRobot on March 13th, 2011 @ 3:04pm CDT
Posted by Dead Metal on March 13th, 2011 @ 3:12pm CDT
The easiest to find would be Primal, of which we've never seen a real one, only forgeries.
I guess the magazine scans are the most we'll see of these figures.
Posted by UltraPrimal on March 13th, 2011 @ 3:23pm CDT
Is Dinobot missing pieces or something? Obviously he's missing his mutant head, but I think he's missing his dino head too.
Posted by Moonbug on March 14th, 2011 @ 4:36am CDT
The old copies of TV Magazine are hard to track down outside of Yahoo Japan and Mandarake). We spent two trips to Japan collecting magazines, and probably over 2000 gbp on getting back issues of TV Magazine, TV Boy and Comic Bom-Bom.
Back on the topic, it was unknown if these toys exists, what month, year and magazine they would have been in.