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  • ===Toys=== ===Toys===
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  • ===Toys=== *'''''Armada'' Mini-Con Street Action Team''' (2002)
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  • ===Toys=== ===Toys===
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  • ===Toys=== *'''''Armada'' Mini-Con Knock Out''' (2002)
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  • ...Transformers]] series. The original Dirt Boss was a Mini-Con introduced in 2002. The Dirt Boss was a Decepticon ally from the planet Velocitron who turns i The Mini-Con Race Team was released in 2002 with a yellow color, while the Road Assault team was released in 2003 with
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  • ...rayal" | title = Transformers: The Wreckers| volume = 1| issue = 2| date = 2002| publisher = 3H Enterprises | location = | page = | panel = | id =}}</REF> ===Toys===
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  • ...first Skyblast is a Mini-Con who turns into a rocket who was introduced in 2002 as part of the ''Transformers: Armada'' line. ===Toys===
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  • ...rayal" | title = Transformers: The Wreckers| volume = 1| issue = 2| date = 2002| publisher = 3H Enterprises | location = | page = | panel = | id =}}</REF> ===Toys===
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  • === Toys === {{seealso|Hydrant (TFC Toys)}}
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  • ...rayal" | title = Transformers: The Wreckers| volume = 1| issue = 2| date = 2002| publisher = 3H Enterprises | location = | page = | panel = | id =}}</REF> ===Toys===
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  • ...[[third-party Transformer]] toy called [[Exgraver]] was released by [[TFC Toys]] which was an homage to Scavenger. ===Toys===
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  • ===Toys=== ===Toys===
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  • ...|isbn=978-1590560358 |title=Boys Will Be Boys|publisher=Lantern Books|year=2002|last=Miedzian|first=Myriam|page=276}}</ref> It is also said he directly enc ===Toys===
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  • ...rayal" | title = Transformers: The Wreckers| volume = 1| issue = 2| date = 2002| publisher = 3H Enterprises | location = | page = | panel = | id =}}</REF> ===Toys===
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  • ...|isbn=978-1590560358 |title=Boys Will Be Boys|publisher=Lantern Books|year=2002|last=Miedzian|first=Myriam|page=276}}</ref> ===Toys===
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  • ...rayal" | title = Transformers: The Wreckers| volume = 1| issue = 2| date = 2002| publisher = 3H Enterprises | location = | page = | panel = | id =}}</REF> === Toys ===
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  • | first = November 10, 2002 ...nsformersCon, is a [[Transformers]] [[fan convention]] held annually since 2002 in the [[Greater Toronto Area]]. The convention was created to give [[Cana
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  • ===Toys=== ===Toys===
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  • ...rayal" | title = Transformers: The Wreckers| volume = 1| issue = 2| date = 2002| publisher = 3H Enterprises | location = | page = | panel = | id =}}</REF> ===Toys===
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  • ...series. The first was a Mini-Con from the ''Armada'' stories introduced in 2002. ===Toys===
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  • ...|isbn=978-1590560358 |title=Boys Will Be Boys|publisher=Lantern Books|year=2002|last=Miedzian|first=Myriam|page=276}}</ref> ===Toys===
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  • ===Toys=== ...in 1984 by Hasbro as one of the first assortment of American Transformers toys.
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  • ===Toys=== *'''''Armada'' Street Speed Mini-Con Team''' (2002)
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  • ===Toys=== *'''''Armada'' Street Speed Mini-Con Team''' (2002)
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  • |first =''Transformers: Armada'' episode #15, December 20th 2002 ===Toys===
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  • ...party Transformer accessory created by FansProject. He is an homage to the 2002 Transformers Decepticon Scourge toy. In September 2009 [[TFC Toys]] promoted their [[Shadow Rollar]] with LED rifle by releasing pictures of
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  • When Megatron liberated himself from Lazarus's control in 2002, the other Decepticons were soon freed, and Starscream and the other Decept ===Toys===
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  • ...rayal" | title = Transformers: The Wreckers| volume = 1| issue = 2| date = 2002| publisher = 3H Enterprises | location = | page = | panel = | id =}}</REF> === Toys ===
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  • ===Toys=== *'''''Armada'' Payload''' (2002)
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  • ...http://www.tfu.info/2002/Mini-Con/Incinerator/incinerator.htm Incinerator (2002) - Mini-Con - www.tfu.info<!-- Bot generated title -->]</ref> ===Toys===
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  • ...er]]s from the ''[[Transformers]]'' series. Due to trademark issues, newer toys of the character are named '''Trailcutter'''. He has been called ''Trailbla ...s homages to classic Generation One [[Autobots]] cars. Because those eight toys both resembled and carried the names of their Generation One counterparts,
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  • ===Toys=== *Several [https://www.shapeways.com/marketplace/games/toys/?tag=Swindle parts for Swindle] are available on [[Shapeways]].
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  • ===Toys=== * '''''Armada'' Starscream''' (2002)
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  • ...ite news| title=Return of the Transformers| newspaper=The Malay Mail| date=2002-07-17| first=Rizal| last=Solomon}}</ref> ===Toys===
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  • In 2002, 3H secured the official Transformers convention license as well as license ===Toys===
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  • ...ong the Transformers box art on the back of larger third year Transformers toys. He is flying in robot mode without his armor. For a many years this was hi ===Toys===
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  • ...r the animated series and the first mini-comic that came packaged with the toys, suggest this. Nonetheless, Optimus Prime and Megatron were a major reason ...)|Sheldon Comics]] includes several comics either containing Optimus Prime toys or referencing the Optimus Prime.<ref>{{cite web| url=http://www.sheldoncom
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  • | url = http://www.publicaffairs.ubc.ca/media/releases/2002/mr-02-114.html | date = 2002-12-11
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  • ===Toys=== :Originally part of the Diaclone toy line. The three Omnibot toys were offered exclusively as mail order items by Hasbro in the US, obtained
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  • ===Toys=== * '''''Robots in Disguise'' Ultra Galvatron''' (2002)
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  • ===Toys=== {{seealso|Buzzing (Unique Toys)}}
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  • ...f>[http://www.tfu.info/2002/Mini-Con/Astroscope/astroscope.htm Astroscope (2002) - Mini-Con - www.tfu.info<!-- Bot generated title -->]</ref> ===Toys===
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  • ===Toys=== [[Category:Fictional characters introduced in 2002]]
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  • Prime and Magnus's toys were released once more in 2005's ''[[Transformers: Cybertron]]'' - exclusi === Toys ===
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  • ===Toys=== ...gan and established its fiction, this idea was dropped, and all subsequent toys had profiles written in-line with the show. Another dropped idea was an ima
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  • ===Toys=== ===Toys===
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  • In 2002, Jazz returned along with his fellow Autobots when [[Dreamwave Productions] ===Toys===
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  • ...and lost in the ocean. Wheeljack was among those reactivated by Optimus in 2002 and was part of a small task force led by Jazz assigned to stop the spread Wheeljack is mentioned by the name "Jack" in the biography for the TFC Toys [[Gear of War]] set as the developer of the weapons in the set.
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  • ...ollowing year exclusive to BotCon 2002, as his story continued through the 2002 and 2003 comics. ===Toys===
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  • ===Toys=== :One of the four original [[McDonald's]] [[Happy Meal]] ''Transformers'' toys from 1985, this toy was just a solid statue of the character in robot mode.
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