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    $39.99 list($49.99)
    1. Transformers Energon Supreme Figure:
    $19.99 list($21.99)
    2. Transformers Alternators Deluxe
    $39.99
    3. Transformers Cybertron Leader:
    $24.95 list($29.99)
    4. Transformers G1 Skids
    $24.95 list($29.99)
    5. Transformers G1 Grapple Figure
    6. Transformers Energon Leader: Optimus
    $29.99
    7. Transformers Energon Ultra Figure:
    $34.99
    8. Transformers G1 Ricochet
    $19.99 list($21.99)
    9. Transformers Alternators Deluxe
    $19.98 list($29.99)
    10. Transformer G1Silverstreak
    $10.99 list($11.99)
    11. Transformers Energon The Powerlinx
    $39.99
    12. Transformers Cybertron Leader:
    $39.99
    13. Transformers Energon Figure: Megatron
    14. Transformers Energon Omega Supreme
    $19.99
    15. Transformers Universe Ultra: Tankor
    $19.99
    16. Transformers Universe Ultra: Depth
    $6.99 list($8.99)
    17. Transformers Energon The Powerlinx
    $19.99
    18. Transformers Energon The Powerlinx
    $19.99
    19. Transformers Energon The Powerlinx
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    20. Transformers Energon Basic Figure:

    1. Transformers Energon Supreme Figure: Unicron
    list price: $49.99
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    Asin: B0000E3BSW
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Hasbro
    Sales Rank: 222
    Average Customer Review: 4.04 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (23)

    Awesome Repaint!
    I know a lot of Transformers fans hate repaints, but I'm not one of them. I like a lot of the repaints, and, in my opinion, THIS ONE ROCKS! Great repaint of an already cool toy! I haven't transformed Energon Unicron yet (it's tricky; I could do it, but it's not worth the trouble when he's so much more fun in robot mode!), but his robot mode kicks butt! While I certainly enjoyed the Armada Unicron (especially since his paint job matched the Movie version), I like this one better. The cool neon green, orange, & black make him more menacing a make for a much cooler looking toy. He has MAJOR articulation (wish he could bring his hand to his mouth, though, so I could pretend he's devouring TFs like in the Movie or issue #75 of the Marvel comic book, though.). One of the best TFs ever, and, either in its Armada or Energon version, worth getting! BTW, the Energon version may be hard to find, because A LOT of Energon Unicron boxes have the Armada Unicron packed inside instead.

    Unicron The Bringer Of Chaos and The Devourer of Worlds
    This is a much better version. He should have been these colors in the first place because he matchs with his enviroment more.I love having this. Its fun having him crush the Energon saber while Optimus is holding it than having Optimus getting crushed.He is the second biggest Transformer made, next to the G1 base my dad has.5 Stars.

    Worst transformer EVER
    THIS IS NOT FUN AT ALL. ITs hard to transfom and it is boring after a while. DO NOT get THIS TRANSFORMER! HE BREAKS TOO EASILY!

    IT R.O.C.K.S.
    MY SON loves this toy He loves when missel comes out its one of the best transformers we ever had 20th year transformer its a waste of mony all what that does lights up in side his chest but this one i say buy it its the best this is Not a waste of mony.

    A repaint?
    Yes it's a repaint of the Armada Unicron.The same thing with an exception of color.I gave it 5 stars becuse of the Armada Unicron.

    Overall Great Toy. ... Read more


    2. Transformers Alternators Deluxe Car: Chevrolet Corvette Battle Ravage
    list price: $21.99
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    Asin: B0007PGJMG
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Hasbro
    Sales Rank: 2208
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (4)

    5-0 out of 5 stars The Ultimate Ravage
    This figure is just beautiful in both modes. Some people don't like Ravage being a robot (basically like any other Transformer) with a Beast head. It can look kinda weird if you focus on that. I just love this mold. Tracks and Battle Ravage (who is molded from Tracks). Both have beautiful forms in both robot mode and car mode. Great details, armed to the teeth and dynamic color scheme.

    His Decepticon symbol is one of the bigger, bolder symbols in this line. As far as the Decepticon Alternators I own I consider him the best looking all-around. I might move him down a notch when I recieve my Alternator Shockblast (which Amazon now has so go buy it while you can!)

    What would have been really cool is if they had a way for Battle Ravage to store his original cassette mode. In the Alternators storyline (well Binaltech which is basically the same thing) Battle Ravage is capable of storing his cassette mode.

    Unlike Silverstreak, Smokescreen & Grimlock, Battle Ravage is among the new line of Alternators that look good even in plastic. If you want the best and metallic I'd recommend the Binal Tech line. They are in the $40-50 range. Personally, I never shelled this much out and don't have one of the figures because the Alternators are satisfying and cheap enough for me.

    Overall, this is a great figure. I highly recommend buying him.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Don't let this "Kitty" go Away
    The Alternators line is truly one of a kind, none other come as detailed, and Lives up to the motto "Robots in Disguise" than this one (maybe the early Generation One figures), Autobot Tracks was the hardest one to find, I never got him, but we finally have his "decepti-clone" to add to the collection, I bought this one mostly to complete the "void" that Tracks never filled in my collection, I wasn't dissapointed at all, the black 'Vette really looks nice in both modes, he is a little hard to Transform, mostly the legs will give you trouble, but totally worth it, with the current troubles with alternators distribution(Check the Transformers discussion forums), I consider it awesome that they are back on Amazon, so don't let this opportunity go (I also recommend Grimlock, Windcharger and Swindle)and get Ravage for yourself.

    5-0 out of 5 stars A Jaguar becomes a Corvette. Decepticons Forever!
    Battle Ravage is a repaint/redeco of the earlier released Tracks. Ravage differs from Tracks' coupe vehicle mode with him being the 2004 Chevy Corvette Z06 convertible. He has new wheels and a sleek black paint job that reminds us of the panther he once was.

    One of the fun things about this new release is that collectors of the Beast wars line can use him as "Covert Agent" Ravage in that line as well.

    Transformation wise, this one is going to be a challenge. Tracks/Ravage is one of the harder figures to change into a robot. It took me a good twenty minutes to get Tracks/Ravage transformed to robot mode and several weeks to figure out how to change him back. It's tricky getting those legs underneath the windshield and those arms back into position. But once you memorize where things go it should be no problem. The engine becomes the gun on this vehicle.

    Ravage/Tracks sports an amazing amount of articulation. Ball jointed neck, shoulders, shoulder pivot, ball jointed elbows, bicep, mid bicep, wrists, trigger finger other, three fingers, semi ball hips double knees (hindered due to car kibble,) and ankles Ravage even has an articulated Jaw!
    If you have the Autobot alternators, you have to get the "Covert Agent" to build up your Decepticon ranks.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Werewolf of Cybertron!
    Battle Ravage is one of the latest in Hasbro's Transformer's Alternators line, which features realistic 1:24 scale licensed cars that turn into robots who are inspired by the original Transformers toy line from the 1980s.

    I should note quickly that these alternators are not children's toys, they are basically marketed toward the older collector, so even though the box says ages 5+ we are not talked about Tonka trucks here. They are somewhat fragile and would probably become broken easily in the hands of someone under 11 or 12.

    So, here we have Battle Ravage, who comes packaged as a Black Chevy Corvette convertible (I was never too big into Corvettes, but he looks to be the '04 model). The first thing one will notice upon looking at the car is the fact that there is a seam running the length of the hood and down the back of the car. Most of the toys have avoided this by making the hood a solid piece but I guess they couldn't here because of the way a vette's hood opens from the front.

    I mention this because in the rest of the Alternators line the car modes in most cases could more or less pass for a standard model car. But with ravage (and Tracks, whom he is re-molded from) the seams kind of ruin this. That is not to say that he does not have a very nice looking car mode. He is a jet black vette with chromed 5 spoke rims, and even very detailed brakes behind them. Both doors open as well as the hood. As with the rest of the alternators line he sports a fairly well detailed interior as well as a pretty nice looking engine sitting under his hood. The red seats also look nice with the black paint job.

    The toy comes with an instruction sheet detailing how to convert it from a Corvette to robot mode, which is what we will talk about next.

    Ravage's robot mode is somewhat odd in that (according to my 4 year old son) he looks like a werewolf. The alternators traditionally sport robot modes that are inspired be characters from the original transformers line and it would seem that Ravage here is based on the character from 1984 who shared the same name and was a robotic cougar who turned into a cassette tape. The only inspiration we get from the first Ravage is the cougar head and black color, but over all it is still a very nice looking robot with smatterings of gray and a few details that are painted in metallic red. Also a detail not covered in the instructions is the fact that his jaw can be opened and closed (though not much). I would like to add that like Tracks (whom he shares a body with, save for his head) he is "armed to the teeth" with two shoulder missiles, double barreled guns on each arm, and an engine that turns into a handgun. He is very well articulated and can be put into a wide variety of poses.

    Overall ravage is a nice looking robot and car, if not a somewhat odd homage to a character that did not originally have a humanoid robot mode. He looks good on my shelf along with my other two Alternator Decepticons, and is a nice addition to the line. ... Read more


    3. Transformers Cybertron Leader: Optimus Prime

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    Asin: B0007VZVKQ
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Hasbro
    Sales Rank: 1495
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    4. Transformers G1 Skids
    list price: $29.99
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    Asin: B000231G62
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Hasbro
    Sales Rank: 2407
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    5. Transformers G1 Grapple Figure
    list price: $29.99
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    Asin: B0000ARQP0
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Hasbro
    Sales Rank: 1527
    Average Customer Review: 4.14 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (7)

    GRAPPLE
    GRAPPLE IS A GREAT ADDITION TO THE ALREADY GREAT GENERATION ONE HASBRO REISSUE LINE. BASICALLY JUST INFERNO REPAINTED BUT THERE ARE SOME DIFFERENCES HERE TOO. INFERNO WAS A FIRE TRUCK AND THIS GUY IS A CRANE TRUCK. HAS A HOOK INSTEAD OF A LADDER. SAME FISTS MISSLES AND GUN AS INFERNO ALSO. A+ ADDITION KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK HASBRO.

    TRANSFORMER GRAPPLE
    GRAPPLE IS A GREAT ADDITION TO THE ALREADY GREAT TRANSFORMER GENERATION 1 REISSUE LINE FROM TOYS R US. GRAPPLE IS BASICALLY JUST A INFERNO REPAINT WITH A FEW MINOR TWEAKS HERE AND THERE. ONLY THING BAD ABOUT THIS TOY IS HIS GRAPPLE HOOK THAT WON'T STAY IN IT KEEPS SLIDING DOWN. GREAT FIGURE TO GET TO ADD TO YOUR COLLECTION. HASBRO GIVE US SUNSTREAKER, SOUNDWAVE AND HIS CASSETES, STUNTICONS, CONSTRUCTICONS, DINOBOTS, BLASTER AND HIS CASSETES,BUMBLEBEE,MIRAGE,IRONHIDE,RATCHET,WHEELJACK,SKY LYNX, SPRINGER,FORTRESSMAXIMUS,METROPLEX,GALVATRON,CYCLONUS,SCOURGE, OMEGA SUPREME,TECHNOBOTS,PROTECTOBOTS AND TRAILBREAKER PLEASE. ALL OF US FANS NEED IT. OTHER THAN THAT GREAT JOB HASBRO.

    Grapple
    I think that Grapple is great! I think that he is pretty durable because he once rolled down the stairs, and I found him in a jumble but there was not a scratch on him.

    Grapple is great for displaying and also pretty good for playing with.

    Look familiar?
    Does Grapple look familiar? He should- he shares most of his parts (including the head) with G1 Inferno; therefore much of my review for Inferno also applies here. This isn't neccesarily a good thing. That means mostly plastic construction and flaky chrome. Grapple has an additional demerit in the fact that he replaces Inferno's tight, telescoping ladder with a crane that loosely moves in and out- meaning it just kind of hangs down in robot mode and does not keep its place in vehicle mode. Again, I'll have to say not to buy this or any other G1 reissue for anyone who isn't a collector due to fragility issues.

    Cool for collector but a redundent model.
    I finally got a character that is an architect. Who would know that 18 years after I saw Grapple on the cartoon series that I would be an architect too. I have the same feelings about building as being an artwork, like Grapple. I am glad that Hasbro is releasing the classic G1 transformers, but they should try and release more interesting characters, different design then the similar one.

    Oh man, the Autobots for the 6th commemorative series are all clone and redundant model of other characters. What is the different between Grapple and Inferno, beside one is a construction crane and the other is a fire truck, not much. One is red and the other is yellow. One has a crane and the other has a latter. They are really milking us and they know who the target market is.

    But, if you don't have Inferno, Grapple is also well designed, looks pleasing, and a great Autobot. He is maded mostly of plastic. He is very easy to transform and is one of the taller Autobot (5.5"to 6" in robot mode). His crane is functional and he can actually stand up.

    I recommend getting the earlier Commemorative Series model over Grapple. Grapple is a lot better then Rodimus Prime, I got the Taraka's Rodimus Prime and that is an awful design/toy.

    I live in S. California and I can get the Takara's Decepticon (Soundwave, Astrotrain), but it is even steeper. ... Read more


    6. Transformers Energon Leader: Optimus Prime

    Asin: B0000E3BSY
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Hasbro
    Sales Rank: 6843
    Average Customer Review: 3.66 out of 5 stars
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    Optimus and Omega
    Believe it or not, people who may give this a low rating in the catgories above, Optimus can powerlinx with the upcoming Omega Supreme. 2 reasons why this statement is true.

    1. They both carry the Black Powerlinx symbol meaning that they can link up in some form or fashion.

    2. Transformers.com via Hasbro.com also has this information to back this claim up. Just click on browse products link when you reach the site and just click on the ENERGON link when you see it

    i love it!!(...)
    this is the best! buy it. I will garentee that you will love it!(...)

    I thought I wouldn't like it.......but I do!
    I was part of the Fatimus Prime club until I took a chance and picked up Energon Optimus Prime. This is the most fun Optimus I've ever played with. He's a great homage to Generation One Prime (who himself looked like a box with arms and legs.) This guy's not too much different. Plus his four vehicle drones can attach to him making him the right size to take on Megatron. Collectors probably wouldn't want him (then again I'm a 25 year old fan of G1) but your kids will praise the ground you walk on if you hand them this cool bot. Plus he's the Autobot leader. The hero. A role model for your kids who fights for peace and justice to protect the people of Earth from the evil Decepticons. Your Energon collection won't be complete without Optimus Prime. Or Megatron, pick him up too.

    Worst Prime ever
    This is a ideal Transformer if you like to play with dirt and eat paste. Hasbro got this grate idea to rip off Power Ragers and made this hunk of plastic. Hasbro should steal some ideas from the G1 toys. If they need a gimic why not rerelease the Headmasters they were cool even cooler than Power Rangers.

    Energon Optimus Prime
    9 words, this is the best toy in the whole WORLD!!!!!!!!!!!! When I got this toy I was kind of disappointed when I got it at first because it had a MOUTH!!!!!!!!!! I mean come on Hasbro! But a few months later I looked at some news and it said Hasbro will be remaking Energon Optimus Prime so that he has a MOUTH PLATE!!!!!!!!!! So that day I went to Toys R Us and bought a Energon Optimus Prime and he had a MOUTH PLATE!!!!!!!!!! And I LOVE it!!!!! This is the BEST PRIME yet!!!!!!!!!! ... Read more


    7. Transformers Energon Ultra Figure: Scorponok

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    Asin: B0000VJJE2
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Hasbro
    Sales Rank: 984
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Scorponok: Still the best
    Skorponok is the first transformer energon I bought and is still my favorite. (Except maybe for Landmine who might tie) He is totally awesome. He has three modes and looks totally different in every one. His basic vehicle mode is a mechanical scorpion on tank treads. This mode is my favorite. A cockpit on his tail slides back to fold out two awesome stinger things. His robot mode is totally cool. His tail come up over his head to join the combat. There are two laser things on his chest that come off into his hands. Also his claws open up and two missiles came fire. There are also machine guns on his hips that rotate. Then, finally, his flight mode. I think it's really impressive that they were able to put such a cool third mode into this guy.The one complaint I have is that my toy's visor isn't a solid color. It's clear, and when it goes down over his face it looks a little goofy. But other than that, Scorponok is the best transformer I've seen yet.

    Scorponok is money well-spent for any Transformer fan
    The quality is amazing. The creativity is ingenious. The toy is awesome. In all forms, this toy looks imposing. I was very surprised when the sounds came out as I was transforming it. Impressive figure.

    Quite possibly the best Transformer Energon figure made!
    Besides being quite possibly the best Transformer Energon figure made (in appearance & quality), this version of Scorponok rivals the original back in the 80's. I appreciate the consolidation of parts into one heavy duty robot (unlike the original, which was known as the "Decepticon with the most accessories"), but enough with the comparisons. This guy has an immense amount of detail that can't be overlooked! His beefed-up look & intense facial expression gives him the appearance of one of the meanest machines in the Energon arsenal. And the fact that he's a triple-changer, makes it that much more enjoyable (especially for older fans of the original Decepticon triple-changers). I can't say enough about Transformer Energon's Scorponok! Buy him now!!

    THE BEST TRANSFORMER MADE EVER.
    HE IS COOLEST WITH HIS MISSELS.BUY HIM NOW AT TOYSRUS.HE'S A TRIPLE CHANGER BUT THAT MAKES HIM THE BEST.SO GOOD BYE FOR RIGHT NOW.

    ENERGON SCORPONOK
    THIS COULD BE THE BEST FIGURE OF THEM ALL IN THE ENERGON LINE. HE IS A TRIPLE CHANGER. ROBOT MODE PLANE MODE AND A SCORPION CRANE MODE KINDA THING. HAS SOUND EFFECTS LIKE GUNS BLASTING AND TRANSFORMING SOUNDS. THE CLAWS MOVE AND ATTACK IN THE FRONT. GO OUT AND GET THIS TOY EVEN THOUGH HE IS NOT AS COOL AS THE ORIGINAL HE IS GREAT STILL. ... Read more


    8. Transformers G1 Ricochet

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    Asin: B0001ZVC06
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Hasbro
    Sales Rank: 2437
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    9. Transformers Alternators Deluxe Car: Honda S2000 Windcharger
    list price: $21.99
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    Asin: B0007PGJM6
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Hasbro
    Sales Rank: 1265
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Windcharger is awesome!
    I'm just a sucker for red figures. And when you compare the G1 original Windcharger (a very weak bad-looking robot) to this, it is light-years behind this wonderful figure. First off he comes with two hoods. A covertible mode (which looks better) and a full hood which can be used as a shield in robot mode.

    While not being too impressed with the car mode (just isn't my type) his robot mode if very impressive and great to look at. His transformation is relatively easy with a catch. I had a bit if a struggle to transform the front end on my Windcharger. Sometimes it's just a matter of being patient. If you force things they can break.

    Windcharger did not have any pieces come off in transformation (unlike Grimlock, Silverstreak, Smokescreen & Hound). That's a big plus even though the pieces that come off can be put back together easily (unless really broken).

    I highly recommend Windcharger. A great figure.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Now, this guy was a surprise
    I'm a big fan of the Alternators line, I have all of them up to Battle Ravage, with the exception of Tracks (Lucky people, the ones who found him), I have to admit, I was kind of unsure about WindCharger, he didn't look good on the pictures, specially on vehicle mode, man I was wrong, he is so full of detail, and easy to transform compared to the others, his pieces stay in place on both modes, my only complain would be about his gun, is not complete, the "cannon-exhaust pipe" was cut off, if you want this wait for the binal-tech version (Named Overdrive).
    Bottom line is that Windcharger is a great addition to any collection, and fun to play with too.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Better then Gee-Wun!
    Now I"m a long time fan of Transformers and Alternators are a welcome release next to the Reissues that are out. Windcharger is a nice mold and a fun figure to play with. His converteble top doubles as a sheild not shown in pics. But overall I recomend buying this figure for the kid inside. ... Read more


    10. Transformer G1Silverstreak
    list price: $29.99
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    Asin: B00005BR41
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Hasbro
    Sales Rank: 2640
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    Editorial Review

    This is not one of those el cheapo plastic Transformers; it’s high quality, metal, and collectible, with superb details and sturdy construction. Even old people (such as this reviewer) who aren’t exactly big Transformers fans can’t help but marvel at the ingenious design that allows a sleek sports car to become, with the right sequence of folds and flips, a ferocious towering robot. And if you can’t figure out exactly how to achieve the transformation, you’re not alone; but don’t worry--just ask your nearest eight-year old for help. Includes decals and weapons.--David Stoesz ... Read more


    11. Transformers Energon The Powerlinx Battles: Steamhammer
    list price: $11.99
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    Asin: B0007M12EY
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Hasbro
    Sales Rank: 4285
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars Oh man, these are cool.
    I remember playing with these things when I was growing up, and the old ones were as poseable as a brick, and broke really easily. Hey, I loved them; they were cars that turned into robots and then fit together with OTHER cars that turned into robots. What's not to love? But the new versions... man, kids these days have it all.

    The new line of Energon constructicons are plenty durable and playable, and, like their predecessors, fit together with the other four in the series to make one big robot. Steamhammer is one of the coolest of the bunch, with a large shovel for a hand and several accessories.

    These are good toys for kids in general; they make you think sideways in order to figure out how to transform them, and each little puzzle forms part of a bigger puzzle (the larger gestalt robot). Like I said, I loved these growing up and hopefully my kids will, too.

    2-0 out of 5 stars SteamHammer: a big steamin' pile of...
    Well, I figured it hadda happen eventually, that they'd be makin' combiner sets for the TransFormers Energon line. And, bein' a line chock-full of "tribute" pieces to Gen One favorites, I hadda figure they'd throw a few of those into their combiner sets. And sure enough, that's what they've done here with SteamHammer, whose appearance hearkens back to the greatest TransFormers combiner team of them all, the Constructicons (most notably Scavenger, the Gen One team's backhoe-robot).

    Unfortunately, the `Hammer and (with the help of his four companions) the super-bot he transforms into don't really look all that impressive to me. While Constructicon Maximus might have more poseability than Devastator did, Devastator looked a lot cooler just standin' `round than the new guy does in whatever poses you can put `im in. As for Steamie himself: his vehicular form, a futuristic-lookin' steam shovel, is very oddly proportioned. And while his robot form has a nice degree of poseability-- which is a big step up from his Gen One Constructicon forebears-- I'm not too hip with his left arm and hand bein' made up of the shovel boom and scoop. It just ain't stylin'...

    Needless to say, I strongly recommend you pass this guy and his companions by, and wait `til Takara/Hasbro puts out a semi-decent-looking "tribute" combiner set...

    `Late ... Read more


    12. Transformers Cybertron Leader: Megatron

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    Asin: B0007VZVL0
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Hasbro
    Sales Rank: 7740
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    13. Transformers Energon Figure: Megatron

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    Asin: B0002VQTHK
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Hasbro
    Sales Rank: 7241
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    14. Transformers Energon Omega Supreme Robot

    Asin: B00020V4YE
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Hasbro
    Sales Rank: 5541
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    Editorial Review

    Decked out in red, yellow, and blue, the Omega Supreme is another hulking monster to add to the Transformers lineup, and its boxiness makes it look like a Hummer. The robot is comprised of a warship and a jawed construction vehicle, which fit together in another arrangement to form a super train. Like all Transformers, this brute features a dizzying array of moving parts, documented in the enclosed guidebook, and it combines with fellow Energon-line action figure Optimus Prime. Two AA batteries (not included) are required to power the electronic bells and whistles. Also tossed in the mix are a Transformers comic book and collector card. --Andy Boynton ... Read more


    15. Transformers Universe Ultra: Tankor and Obsidian

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    Asin: B000099NZF
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Hasbro
    Sales Rank: 4937
    Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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    This Transformer is pretty good but needs more detail.
    This transformer is good and fun to play with but needs a little more detail than it would be real cool. This toy is fun to transform but it should come with 2 minicons. ... Read more


    16. Transformers Universe Ultra: Depth Charge

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    Asin: B00019HRQA
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Hasbro
    Sales Rank: 2748
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    17. Transformers Energon The Powerlinx Battles Figure: Duststorm
    list price: $8.99
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    Asin: B0007PGJOO
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Hasbro
    Sales Rank: 4324
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    18. Transformers Energon The Powerlinx Battles: Six Shot

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    Asin: B0007VP8EU
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Hasbro
    Sales Rank: 10739
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    5-0 out of 5 stars WING SABER!
    The Product name for this item is wrong. His name is not "Six Saber" it's "Wing Saber". Wing Saber is the the toy that is not much fun on his own, but he is GREAT when combined with Optimus Prime. Don't bother getting him if you don't have Prime, but if you do, then you NEED Wing Saber ... Read more


    19. Transformers Energon The Powerlinx Battles: Alpha Quintesson

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    Asin: B0007VP8F4
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Hasbro
    Sales Rank: 12477
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    20. Transformers Energon Basic Figure: Perceptor
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    Asin: B0001GT2ZW
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Hasbro
    Sales Rank: 15855
    Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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    Energon Perceptor
    This set plaes in conparison to the old one. They are ugly, flopy, and undetailed Im much better of with my CD exclusive street action team

    (BTW im15 not 12 i dont have time to register)

    A new perception of Perceptor
    Not content to do a mere repaint of the Street Action Mini-Con team from the Armada line, rename the robots, and then repackage the whole shebang under the Energon brand, Takara/Hasbro took a different tack here by almost completely redesigning the pieces in this set, leaving little resemblance to the Armada versions except for the names. The resulting reboot managed to pull off the night-impossible task of making the new toys look cooler than the old ones, as well as making it one of the few pieces in the Energon line that I actually like. Also improved somewhat is the degree of articulation (poseability) in both the single pieces (Grindor the submersible/hovercraft-looking thingy, SureShock the four-wheeled ATV, and High Wire the motocross dirt bike) and the big piece they combine into (Perceptor)-- although the improvement is marginal. The new version of Perceptor is more visually appealing to me, and has a slightly greater range of poseability than his previous self. The new big guy also has less 'clutter' (robot parts) in the way, allowing him a greater range of movement on top of the slightly superior articulation.

    On the downside, Energon Perceptor set isn't quite as durable as his immediate predecessor. There were a couple occasions where parts popped off as I was transforming the little boogers (please note that parts of this toy were designed to detach if excess force is applied, and can easily be reattached), something I never encountered with the Armada Street Action set. Then there's Perceptor's elbows, which bend in the opposite direction elbows normally bend. I'm also not too hip with High Wire's vehicular mode, which tends to 'misbehave'.

    I'm also not too keen on the company the big guy and his components are keeping. Personally, I think they should ditch those annoying kids if they know what's good for them. Preferably smack in the middle of an intense firefight, if you know what I mean. And finally, I'm gettin' really sick and tired of Perceptor's incessant stories about how he was a microscope in a previous life. I swear to God, if he does his little Shirley MacLaine thing in my presence one more freakin' time, they're gonna need a microscope to identify his remains!

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