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This is a great 3rd party figure from Before and After. This kit is a robot that forms the add-on parts for Generations Metroplex (Japanese version - sold separately) featuring red arms.
This is a 3rd party add-on not associated with Hasbro or Takara. Figures sold separately.
"Leader class sidekick for Titan class Metroplex"
I sort of knew to be made of wepons for Metroplex he was gonna be big, but this transformer is on par with any hasbro leader class figure. Even being made up of parts for Metroplex he is very stable with nicely tight joints and lots of ratchet joints so he can hold a pose well. A must have if you want to trick out your Metroplex.
"Huge Figure, mildly disappointing."
Firstly, this guy is massive. Which is ok in the realm of interacting with the amazing Titan of Metroplex, but makes it difficult to relate to many other figures, unlike some of the other Legends scale add on figures.
What I have to give this thing is that he looks A LOT like Sixgun. His head, chest, backpack and legs are all great throwbacks to the G1 sixgun dude made out of accessories.
That being said, his Slammer accessory is so-so for me. The guns for Metroplex to hold look decently like the originals, but not close or cool enough for me. The turret he turns into is also kinda meh compared to the awesomeness Metroplex already possesses.
I got this dude on sale, and while not terrifically disappointed, I wasn't thrilled. I would rather display his cool box in my bookshelf, than outside of it with Metroplex.
"Nice compromise, great figure."
I realize the guns are not exact replicas of the g1 guns, but neither is Metroplex himself. Great update, and seems to make the set complete. The size is large, but so was the g1. No way to avoid that when he is assembled from Metroplex's guns. Personally, I like the weapons platform. It's what his chest essentially became in the original. Great figure, only concern is the tightness of the peg for the rear guns. Already showing stress marks, so care needs to be taken.
A mint box generally has no noticeable flaws. This doesn't mean it is a C10 box, but that it doesn't have any significant damage to the box. It still may have wear to the window, and a small amount of wear to the box that is noticeable upon close inspection.
A C9 box is still considered very displayable and may have a kink, ding, minor fray to an edge, etc. The box is still case fresh and unopened with factory sealed tape on both sides.
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