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  1. Thunderhowl is the last of the first "Series" of Cyberverse Deluxe Class figures, the more premium line that is a step up from Warrior Class. Transformation features some interesting bits, I really like the butterfly technique, but overall the figure feels flat. Maccadam is really not what I was expecting and kinda feel it's a waste. I think putting the cost of the BAF towards improving the figures would've been a better option.
  2. Well, I was right, I ended up enjoying the Battlecharger mold as Runabout more than Runamuck. What can I say, I enjoy black. Besides being a stylistic choice, the black hides most of the natural gaps and pannel lines found in car mode. Either version is a solid choice but seeing as how Runabout is a Target exclusive, you might have an easier time getting Runamuck.
  3. Runamuck is the last mass-retail deluxe figure I'll be reviewing from Earthrise, *sniff**sniff* I promised myself I wouldn't cry. Runamuck is a solid mold with an interesting Transformation that is a worthy update to the G1 Battlecharger. Hopefully, the figure is easy for you to find if you're looking for it.
  4. The Autobot Clones are just ok, I'm not that excited for this set or most of what we've seen from Galaxy Odyssey. If you were lucky enough to get the Titans Return releases there's no reason to look at this set.
  5. Here's a hot tip, if I don't type much the figure is either really, really bad or really, really good. Gnaw is really, really good.
  6. THY KINGDOM COME! Had to say that, the core class figures from wave 01 are really good, the ball joints may make transformation needlessly fiddly, and they could loosen over time, but they're still entertaining figures that can make great desk toys.
  7. Fasttrack is a really fun figure that I wish was released during Siege to balance out the Decepticon side of the Weaponizer coin. The robot mode is relatively spot on to the old animation model and toy, with the added feature of being able to rip apart to become weapons and armor for other Decepticons. Ultimately, you're going to buy this figure to be a spear for Scorponok, but it has enough strong merits to stand on its own.
  8. The Centurion drone is a repaint of Siege Brunt in silver, if you liked it before, you'll like it again. The real draw to this set is the Accessory pack, yes Hasbro after all these years have answered the fans prayers, now you can replace that long lost missile from G1 Prowl in taupe; oh wait, this is a modern accessory pack, never mind. What you do get with this set is a large number of accessories for display, specific to one or two episodes of G1 and a couple of non painted weapons, one for a character not released yet. Overall this set is great for people who display and especially customi
  9. Sunstreaker is an ok figure. The color matching doesn't bother me as much as other people, what does bother me is the lack of a dedicated weapon and some tolerance issues with pegs on the roof of the car. Overall, if you're a fan of the character or looking to complete the Earthrise line it's worth a pick-up. Hopefully, the small issues I found can be corrected on further uses of the mold.
  10. Sometimes known as Trailcutter, not to be confused with Trailblazer, which means you might have to change, joining us in the Earthrise subline is none other than the Force Field guy, Trailbreaker. A repaint/retool of Hoist, Trailbreaker with its darker colors wears the mold better, not looking as bulky. While I would've preferred a less stern face the overall package is A+ and really should be a part of your collection.
  11. It's a silver car named Bluestreak because of how fast it talks and the stories it tells. Not one of the best-remembered or important characters from G1, Bluestreak has carved out a little niche for itself in the fans' hearts. The toy features a new front end retooled from Smokescreen or vice versa since I'm not sure who was supposed to come first. Overall, Bluestreak is a great figure and if you can find it for retail price is worthy of a place in your collection.
  12. I really dig these collaborations between Hasbro and other pop-culture entities. Gigawatt celebrates the 35th anniversary of the first Back To The Future film, yes it's been that long. Utilizing the core of Siege Sideswipe Gigawatt really encompasses the heart of Mr. DeLorean's modified automobile. I highly recommend the figure for Transformer and Back To The Future fans.
  13. I just realized that Doublecrosser is like the third Bridgemaster in the Earthrise line. I'm surprised they haven't pushed out more, especially figures like Doublecrosser that have multiple connection points. I'm not a fan of the bridge gimmick but I know fans are going to a lot of use out of Doublecrosser.
  14. When Smokescreen was first revealed I was curious as to how different the figure would be from the Siege mold, I was pleasantly surprised to find out it was an entirely new design that borrows heavily from the great Masterpiece mold. While there is some hollowness in the legs, I personally don't see it as a deal-breaker and really feel Smokescreen, and the rest of the Datsuns belong in your collection.
  15. We all know the deal with 1-step figures so I won't go through it again. Megatron is fun and a great representation of its Cybertron design. As always I appreciate how Hasbro has been able to work an action feature into such a small and simple figure.
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