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Transformers Generations Voyager Class Autobot Blaster Figure 6.5 Inches


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  • Incredible Autobot Blaster figure converts from robot mode to communications truck mode and back
  • Steeljaw data disc figure included
  • Data disc figure ejects and auto-converts
  • Collectible Information: Series 1 004 Autobot Blaster
  • Includes 2 figures
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Transformers Generations Voyager Class Autobot Blaster

Autobot Blaster has amassed an incredible collection of music from across the galaxy. From hundreds of worlds, he's gathered the loudest, fastest, most brutal, earsplitting, guitar-shredding rock-and-roll he could find. When you charge into battle alongside Autobot Blaster, you are accompanied by a thunderous soundtrack of which the mightiest Viking would approve. Autobot Blaster has amassed an incredible collection of music from across the galaxy. From hundreds of worlds, he's gathered the loudest, fastest, most brutal, earsplitting, guitar-shredding rock-and-roll he could find. When you charge into battle alongside Autobot Blaster, you are accompanied by a thunderous soundtrack of which the mightiest Viking would approve. This dynamic duo will be your fiercest Autobot team yet. Together they'll make double trouble for the Deceptions, and the outcome of the battle is all up to you.

  • Incredible Autobot Blaster figure converts from robot mode to communications truck mode and back
  • Steeljaw data disc figure included
  • Data disc figure ejects and auto-converts
  • Collectible Information: Series 1 004 Autobot Blaster

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BY HASBRO INC. Autobot Blaster has amassed an incredible collection of music from across the galaxy. From hundreds of worlds, he’s gathered the loudest, fastest, most brutal, earsplitting, guitar-shredding rock-and-roll he could find. When you charge into battle alongside Autobot Blaster, you are accompanied by a thunderous soundtrack of which the mightiest Viking would approve. This dynamic duo will be your fiercest Autobot team yet! Your Autobot Blaster figure converts from dangerous robot mode to communications truck mode, where he can launch his sonic assaults on his Decepticon enemies. At his side is a tough Steeljaw figure, who ejects from data disc mode at the touch of a button to auto-convert to robot mode! Together they’ll make double trouble for the Decepticons, and the outcome of the battle is all up to you! Transformers and all related characters are trademarks of Hasbro.

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  • Product Dimensions: 3.5 x 8 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • Origin: Afghanistan
  • ASIN: B00AMI5FPU
  • Item model number: A1603
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 5 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #62,271 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By HavokH85 on March 4, 2013
Part of me wants to say "this is getting rediculous, we have two versions of Soundwave that are pretty much all the same except color, and now we have a retool of guess who SOUNDWAVE" BUT this retool worked out really really well. Especially the retool of FOC Ravage into Steeljaw. I have always been a huge fan of the Communication Specialist Transformers, well maybe not the characters as much but I loved the whole cassette gimmick. Hasbro has successfully brought this gimmick back to life and improved it as well. Blaster is in my top ten characters, So this combined with the data disc gimmick. I had to get him. Read on and find out why this is a retool that breaths new life into an already overused mold.

Blaster transforms into an Cybertronian Armored Communications Vehicle. The most noticeable difference is his color of course. Which is 100% Generation 1. The second difference is the front cab portion of the vehicle has been retooled to be...well...ultimately Blasters Chest that we are all used to. The third difference is the wheels used on WFC/FOC Soundwave (translucent purple and silver) has been remolded gold and grey and looks more like rims you'd see on a caddy. That fits Blaster's personality perfect. Like Soundwave Blaster rolls really well and holds together just as well.Blaster's Compatriots can also be ejected in vehicle mode.

Boombox Mode. Like Soundwave Blaster also has an "unofficial" boombox mode. Using the same Transformation as soundwave to get to this mode. If you're curious about how to do this refer to Youtube and there you will find several videos showing step by step how this mode can be achieved.

Transformation to robot mode is really simple.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Daniel J. Griffin Jr. on November 5, 2013
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As a lifelong fan of the Transformers I've never been overly concerned with collecting the whole line of a series nearly as much as I've been concerned with having good representations of my favorite characters in my collection.
Blaster is a great rendition of one of my most favorite characters. The overall sculpt is aesthetically pleasing and a very good representation of how he should look. The head sculpt alone is sheer genius, combing the best features of the original 1986 toy with his appearance in the cartoon and the Marvel comic book. The rifle is a little undersized compared to the originals, but works very well with this sculpt. Kibble is limited in robot form to just the wheels on the hips and calves, and the "shield" panel on the back that's part of the data disc eject play feature.
Speaking of, the data disc tend to get a little stuck and can be hard to push out without having to use some force. The auto-transform feature for Steeljaw, the yellow lion, doesn't work really good either. The rear legs don't transform on their own at all. However, he can be stored along with at least one other in Blaster's chest compartment and that's still awesome.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Melody Cox VINE VOICE on October 17, 2013
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This was what my son wanted for his birthday and he loves it. It does everything it is supposed to do and I am very happy with it.

To Transformer lovers out there, I highly recommend this.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Ryan M. Lutz on February 27, 2013
Generations Autobot Blaster returns greater than ever!Blaster is one great overall quality voyager class transformer in the Fall of Cybertron Generations line.You get the classic G1 influence of the music player with the modern day version of disc instead of cassette tapes.The Autobot counterpart to Decepticon Soundwave has the same overall mold for the most part.If you liked the Soundwave transformer you will like Blaster just as much.Blaster has his classic G1 style head piece with an added facial expression for a more realistic effect and the same G1 style greatness on the chest piece.He still has the classic colors of red&yellow with awesome articulation in both robot or communications truck mode.Blaster comes with his trusted companion steeljaw which is solid overall while being constructed very well.Steeljaw has good articulation and transforms into disc mode easily in about three steps.Steeljaw also fits very securely into the chest of Blaster.Blaster has the classic style with the edge of a modern day badass hero ready to take down any decepticon threat.The poseability is outstanding with great stability for creating battle scenes or displaying where you please.The durability is excellent as well with secure ball joint construction and a solid build in robot or communications truck mode.The communications truck mode has awesome detail also while still being able to launch the disc by rotating down the chest piece on the front.All parts fit together very securely during the transformation process.The transformation level is intermediate meaning if you have plenty of experience with transformers there is mid-level difficulty.If you are a parent buying for a child of 5-6 they might need some assistance in the transformation process.Read more ›
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From a Transformer fan's point of view, it's rather a shame that, in this day of MP3s and iPods, digital music and streaming, cassette tapes and players are laughably out of date. We're not technophobes or Luddites -- we're just disappointed that two fan favorite characters, Soundwave and Blaster, are unlikely to ever turn into tape decks again. There was something about both character's ridiculous but handy alt modes, as well as their army of sidekicks that could store in their chests in tape mode, that appealed to the camp fun of the old series and to the sense of nostalgia in us all. And having Soundwave turn into a car or jet just isn't the same in this fan's opinion.

That said, it's still nice to see Blaster get an updated figure, even if his time as a tape deck has passed. With Soundwave getting most of the attention, it's good to see that Blaster hasn't been forgotten.

Blaster's new mode seems to be some kind of truck or SUV, and his transformation, while a bit tricky, isn't terribly challenging. He does feel a bit hollow and flimsy in robot mode, as other reviewers have pointed out, but he does have good articulation and a nice body sculpt, with a lot of detail and a good-looking head design. His colors are nice and vibrant as well, and he's pretty posable, which is a plus in my book.

Blaster comes with his sidekick Steeljaw, who turns into an "information disc." Steeljaw, unfortunately, isn't as well constructed as Blaster -- his parts don't snap together in either disc mode or beast mode, and he has a tendency to fold up when in beast mode. He looks a lot flimsier and more rickety than Blaster, which is frustrating seeing as the character hasn't seen much of an update over the years.
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