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  1. Crosshairs is a repaint with a new head of Ironhide based on the late G1 Targetmaster. Thankfully, the leg panels are tighter on Crosshairs than on Ironhide and hold in place during transformation. All the joints are just as stable as on my copy on Ironhide which is a tip of the hat to the Hasbro design team that in the Siege line all repaints were just as good as their original versions.
  2. As one of the last deluxe class figures released for the Siege line, Spinister has a lot riding on its shoulders. While it's not the best deluxe class figure released it does have a lot of positive things going for it. While the transformation can be a bit fiddly at times it does feature some unique and interesting steps. I think Spinister deserves a place in your collection, especially if you're a fan of those late 80s double Targetmasters.
  3. Ultra Class Prowl is a fun figure with a cool gimmick that makes for a fun play feature. Prowl would make for a fun desk/fiddle toy which can be said for most of the Cybervese line. Remember to support creators!
  4. Apeface was one of my favorite Transformers as a kid. I loved the double Headmaster gimmick and the transformation on the original toy had some interesting steps. I was excited when it was announced that Siege would be getting an update to this character, double Headmaster and all. The figure is solid but the execution is lacking in some parts, especially with how the gorilla back/fuselage comes together. Overall this is a fun figure that I can really recommend if you find it on sale.
  5. Singe and Rung are the last of the Battlemasters for Siege. Singe is a repaint of the Firedrive mold while Rung is brand new and probably will be the most wanted of the two. Hopefully, if you want them you can find them, of the two Rung is the one to get being a new mold.
  6. Autobot Jazz finally makes its return to Transformers in the Cyberverse One Step line. Transformation is smooth with a really strong spring that I'm concerned might weaken over time like with Prowl, with whom Jazz shares a frame and some parts. Overall I think this is a fun figure and as always makes a great desk toy.
  7. Hopefully, some folks get some use out of this. Springer is a fun figure but if you don't work the inner hinge right you'll never be able to transform it right.
  8. Drift and Bumblebee are good Warrior Class figures but suffer from the usual Cyberverse complaints of thin and cheap-feeling plastic. Of the two, Drift is the better overall figure but Bumblebee is much better than the original Warrior Class toy, the gimmick works. If you're looking to only buy one figure I'd go with Drift.
  9. These are two fun sets that in the case of the Battle Squad are digging deep in Transformers history. Rumble and Ratbat are good, but I feel require a Soundwave or Soundblaster to get their full effect. The combined weapon mode of the Battle Squad is surprisingly better than I first thought.
  10. Hasbro gave fans a chance to select two characters that would be featured in a battle pack. Mirage and Impactor won and as a bonus we got what was probably intended to be the first Powerdasher, Aragon. Well, what we end up with are two repaints with new heads and a repaint of Weaponizer Cog with a new head that people are surprisingly going crazy over. Ultimately it's up to you if the set is worth the price but I'm quite satisfied by the main retail releases of the three figures in this set.
  11. Star Convoy is a great use of the POTP Optimus Prime mold that unfortunately is showing its age. The legs on Convoy have a tendency to pop off while the combined Star Convoy has weak ankle joints except for the pivot which is extremely helpful holding the figure upright and distributing the weight. The overall look is fantastic but maybe wait for a sale to pick this figure up.
  12. Impactor is a solid hunk of plastic beef that follows in lockstep with the name Wrecker. Transformation is smooth and satisfying. This is a figure that will have a long life on desks of many G1 comic fans. Definitely worth the pick-up.
  13. Barricade is a repaint of the Generations Selects Smokescreen figure and it is gorgeous, the best looking Transformers figure that I can remember in a long time. My favorite aspect of the figure's deco has to be the gray/lavender combo that's used on the limbs. Highly recommended.
  14. Out of the three Datsun brothers, Smokescreen is my favorite since the character got quite a bit of development in the G1 cartoon. Like Bluestreak, Smokescreen comes with the shoulder launchers that are clearly based on the animation model for G1 Smokescreen. If you can find it for a reasonable price Smokescreen is a must for any collection.
  15. Jetfire is a fun Deluxe sized Cyberverse figure with an unobtrusive gimmick and good articulation. The plastic may feel thin in some areas and the ball joints will loosen over time. Overall this is a fun toy that should be in your collection.
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