Transformers Movie Deluxe Decepticon Brawl
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- Convert this DECEPTICON figure from menacing robot mode to tank mode and back again!
- It features rotating turrets in robot mode and a projectile-launching cannon in tank mode!
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DECEPTICON BRAWL is built for one thing, and one thing alone - destruction. His programming has been gripped for as long as he can remember by a rage so deep and so hot that he feels little else. The only thing that allows him a few moments of happiness is the fury of combat. There is nothing so sweet to him as the thunderous noise of his shells bursting against the armor of a faltering AUTOBOT
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DECEPTICON BRAWL is built for one thing, and on thing alone – destruction. His programming has been gripped for as long as he can remember by a rage so deep and so hot that he feels little else. The only thing that allows him a few moments of happiness is the fury of combat. There is nothing so sweet to him as the thunderous noise of his shells bursting against the armor of a faltering AUTOBOT®. Convert this DECEPTICON figure from menacing robot mode to tank mode and back again! It features rotating turrets in robot mode and a projectile-launching cannon in tank mode! This is one awesome figure for your collection!
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I find most of my fun in Transformers in the actual transformation, and by looking at brawl initially I just expected it to be a pretty standard "The tank extends legs, the front folds out, and arms pop out of somewhere". What I got was something a bit more complicated - but by no means frustratingly so - with the same cool but uncomplicated-looking result. If the engineers behind this spent so much time designing such a transformation, couldn't they make the result a little more interesting?
Before I get to the arms, my favorite part is by far the "Automorph technology". GENERALLY, I think these are pretty dumb since they often make the bots harder to transform (Iced Megatron) and yield no cool effect (I broke my Bumblebee 'cause Automorph was not very responsive). Brawl is a HUGE exception to this. When the chest flips down, the head flips up and the treads fold up on either side, all in one fluid motion thanks to gears in the chest; I feel this definitely embodies what automorph is about, since it capitalizes on a step of the transformation anyway, and it looks really cool when you do it (you can even look closely to see how the gears work)!
*Sigh*... Now the worst bit: the shoulders do not clip in very well if at all. There is a place for little bits on the shoulders to "clip" into the chest bit, but they immediately fall back out again since there is no pressure to keep them in. I have improvised slightly with the flaps on the back to try to keep them in, but it means moving the arms at all takes care, and if you have kids don't be surprised if you're asked to put them back in place every 5 seconds.
Overall I am happy with Brawl. He looks cooler than a lot of the other Transformers out there in both modes, which - along with automorph - helps make up for the bad shoulder design and the unnecessarily long transformation.
I wasn't impressed with Brawl to begin with. We'd all seen the pictures, the toys, etc. He just didn't scream "Gotta have!" in my book. I was wrong, and when I'm wrong...I'll admit it.
He's not the best figure in the line, that's for sure, he's definitely not the worst either.
Heavily detailed in both robot and vehicular modes.
Robot mode looks impressive and imposing.
Transformation is pretty neat, not exactly what you'd expect. Not to mention, the Automorph portion is simple yet cool enough to like.
Arms will not lock in place, and if they do, can't be moved because they'll pop out of place. The figure's not broken you see, it's a design flaw. Basically, to pose him, you need to pop the arms loose, make your post and then put them back in place. (Which isn't the end of the world by any means, but it most certainly detracts from the figure.)
Lack of paint applications in vehicle mode. I realize it's a tank and he's supposed to be camouflaged (which he is) but it's all drab coloring, some of it so much so, that the colors tend to blend in some spots, thus losing the "camo" look.
Balance issues, his feet aren't that great at supporting his heft. Once you get it right though, he looks fantastic as he's poised to pounce into battle and start smashing things.
If it wasn't for the vehicle's coloring, and the arms issue...I'd have given him 5 stars, but those arms are just absolutely unnecessary in a world of design such as our's. So, 4 out of 5. (I'd do 3.5 out of 5, but it didn't seem like the meter would allow it.)
Still, all in all, he's a nice figure (especially robot mode) and I do recommend him to everyone, just realize he's far from perfect.
So to start off, cons.
Two flaws in the build, first is that the main turrent folds down in a zee shape. But it doesn't lock, it's not the bad, espcialy if your like me and intended it to stay stationary. flaw number two is the arms, they can be hard to lock in place untill you push the back in, and the back locks together.
Highlights, the coloring is very nice, the head is fantastic.
the automorph feature is one of my personal faves. the cannon is a nice touch.
The figure is all around very nice,
Not recomened for young kids.