GENERAL GRIEVOUS - WHEEL BIKE

Source:
(Revenge of the Sith)

Year: 2006

Assortment: Transformers

Retail: $19.99

Assortment Number: 85896/85772

UPC Number: 6 53569 09866 9

Weapons and Accessories:

  • 2 Lightsabers
  • Launching Projectile
  • Projectile Launcher
  • Spinning Mech Disk
  • General Grievous pilot figure

  • Comments: Get ready to blast into hyperspace! The Star Wars Transformers have arrived at a galaxy near you.

    Careful, your senses can deceive you. These classic Star Wars vehicles are MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE! Your favourite heroes and villains collide in this awesome collection of mode-changing figures that you'll find to be full of surprises...

    Converts from wheel bike mode to Jedi-battling, droid army commander!








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    Points of Interest:
  • The much-feared General Grievous has trained with the evil Count Dooku in the art of lightsaber combat. Using unorthodox fighting methods, such as a furious 4-lightsaber assault, Grievous has managed to cut down several Jedi Knights. Now, Grievous changes into wheel-bike mode to engage and destroy Obi-Wan Kenobi and the remaining Jedi.
  • Photography by Dave Myatt and Dan Curto

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