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  1. Sideswipe is a fantastic figure and in my opinion, the best homage we've gotten of G1 Sideswipe. Transformation is involved but intuitive and simple. While I would've liked if there was one more weapon included to better experience the COMBAT system that's a minor and trivial complaint at best. If you're going to buy one Siege deluxe from Wave 1, Sideswipe is the best way to go.
  2. Hun-Gurr is the best Voyager in the Power of the Primes line. Transformation is fun and intuitive and you don't feel like the stickers are going to come off. Beast mode is especially fun with the articulation in the heads and necks. The one drawback is that no weapons were included with the figure. Highly recommended.
  3. Sinnertwin is probably the weakest of the Terrorcons, the plastic feels cheap and some of the joints don't feel stable. The colors work well and make the figure stand out. Ultimately if you want a complete Abominus you'll have to pick this figure up.
  4. Most of the Deluxe Terrorcons are retools of the Dinobots. Cutthroat is the most obvious as he clearly shares parts with Swoop. Unfortunately being a second use of the mold many of his limbs are loose and parts, especially its legs don't peg together well. The figure does have a nice overall look though.
  5. When it was first released, Blot was an early contender for figures of the year based on the hand/claw transformation alone. While I never had those extreme feelings for Blot, I feel it's a standout figure and probably the best of the Terrorcons.
  6. Rippersnapper is what it is. This figure has been out long enough that I think you can find it on Amazon for like under $10 so there's definitely no reason not to have it by now unless you're NOT planning on getting the other Terrorcons, what's the point then?
  7. With the COMBAT System, Hasbro has finally created a play pattern that successfully crosses all size classes of Transformers. The modular nature of the new weapons allows a near limitless amount of possibilities to arm any Autobot or Decepticon. The Battlemasters are Targetmasters re-imagined, although I do wish they were created in time to be on shelves alongside their original partners. The Micromasters make their long-awaited return with the added bonus of being able to combine into weapons, although they don't do that well. The Blast Effects included with Battlemasters finally bring Transformers inline with other adult action figure lines and give displays a new and exciting look. It's a shame that this is only a one year line as I would love to see this new system continue for a few more years at least.
  8. While many of you have made up your minds on the Energon Igniters series, Shatter from the Power subline of the subline is a fun figure. It reminds me of a toy jet I had that worked on the same spring/gear motor system. Even if you don't like it I'm sure your pets would love chasing it around.
  9. I have no idea what these are, but they're cool little figures. While everyone has been losing their mind over Siege, Amazon got the first two sets in of BotBot figures. They're simple to transform in terms of steps, but their size does make grabbing some parts difficult. This line is 100% geared toward the younger fan who enjoys the blind bag/box/packaging type of toy.
  10. Legendary Optimus Prime is a Takara exclusive addition to the Bumblebee movie line. While drawing heavily from the AOE Evasion mode design, this is an all-new figure featuring some fun gimmicks like weapon integration and a swappable face. If you're a fan of the movie Prime design this is worth a pickup.
  11. The Authentics line is a set of figures of core Transformers figures, based on "Classic" designs for market six stores. These are fun, chunky toys that are geared towards younger fans. Bumblebee is released in two size classes with "Enhanced" articulation on the larger figure. Personally, I like the Bumblebee figures and the entire line but most adult collectors have given them a hard pass.
  12. Cyber Battalion Shockwave was a pleasant surprise when it first showed up overseas. At the time it was nice to see a chunky large-scale Shockwave with an update to the original G1 look. While a simplified figure I feel there's enough here to interest collectors.
  13. The Wave 3 Prime Masters are more of the same. If you like the Prime Masters you probably have these, if not good luck finding them as they're sorta showing up on shelves? Bludgeon is the best and that's based on the cool history of the weapon it transforms into.
  14. Acid Storm is a repaint of Warrior Class Starscream. If you liked Starscream, you're probably me; for the rest of you, it's nice to see the more fringe members of the Seekers getting a little attention.
  15. The Power Series of the Energon Igniters line from the Bumblebee Movie are fun figures that feature a simple transformation and a crossplay pattern between the Speed, Power Plus, and Nitro series'. While geared towards kids I think there's something here for collectors.
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