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Transformers - Figurine Generations Leader Class Jetfire
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- The science-minded Jetfire figure converts from a robot to fighter jet and back again. He's equipped with a photon missile launcher, arm-mount cannon, and detachable turbo thrusters. With a removable battle helmet he wears in robot mode, he's ready for anything the Decepticons throw at him. Battle him against your other Transformers figures! Collect them all.
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The science-minded Jetfire figure converts from a robot to fighter jet and back again. He's equipped with a photon missile launcher, arm-mount cannon, and detachable turbo thrusters. With a removable battle helmet he wears in robot mode, he's ready for anything the Decepticons throw at him. Battle him against your other Transformers figures! Collect them all.
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The toy looks great in robot form. There are a few exposed looking parts of his arm, but does not distract too much from the beauty of the figure. It's a fairly good size, and is almost the same height as the original G1 figure.
This figure is part of the thrilling 30 collection and mine came in great shape shipped via Amazon.
Way to go Hasbro!
I hear complaints that it's not the same Jetfire. I had the original one and it is basically a Robotech robot and not too moveable. The transformation here is quite complicated but worth it because the robot looks awesome as well as the jet.
Some complain it's cheap plastic. I don't believe there are any made with die cast metal anymore. Too expensive. But in return you do have a more posable robot these days. While I do agree that gone are the quality and heft from the good ol days, heck even the old box looks better like you are getting something special but in return is something that resembles the cartoon which always made me scratch my head as a kid - why did the cartoon version look so different from the toy? You think they made them both identical to sell more toys but go figure.
This is truly who many of us 30 years ago remember as Skyfire. Originally for those who never collected the toys back in the 80's, Skyfire was a recolored VF-1S from the series Macross aka Robotech.
We've had many incarnations of the character since 2002 with Armada, Energon, and Cybertron, even a combiner form in Animated.
In 2005/2006 Hasbro released a Voyager class version of the character which didn't see a huge turn out on shelves so he was pretty hot to get but his size was rather smaller than fans would of liked as the character in the G1 series was able to transport autobots without the use of a space shuttle. He was in all sense, a space shuttle himself!
This year Hasbro finally released a leader class version of him based on a mixture of both G1 tv series and IDWverse.
Using many of his iconic appearance with a removable helmet that you just slide onto his face and easily taken off. Rotating boosters on his back, a ion blaster and 4 blasters on each limb all chrome painted which sadly is the only draw back to the character. His chrome colors are gawdy to look at with the flat paint apps.
His articulation is fairly good with a nice swivle neck joint, shoulders, biceps, elbows, hips and knees. His wrists contain no articulation which is almost standard right now in many voyager and leader class figures for the Generation line.
Price wise right now he's a bargain to get for being an 11 inch toy with a very simple and pleasing transformation. I wouldn't pay anywhere over 40 dollars for this figure without him being more complex and heavier on the paint application.
I have two major down notes for this guy. One is that his weapons don't match up with the stock photography. Instead of red with black detailing, it's all solid red chrome, verging on a sort of rose color. It don't look bad, but I like the version in the photos better, plus chrome tends to crack and flake over time. The other is that his inner thighs and outer forearms are largely hollow, which makes it look slightly cheap. The forearms can be covered by the arm guns, but the inner thighs are just plain exposed. There are also some hollows on either side of his head, but that's just how the figure is engineered, rather than an obvious cost-cutting measure.
This version outshines the original Generations Jetfire in pretty much every way, with a better look in both modes, better proportions, better articulation (it was difficult to pose the original despite plenty of joints), and superior engineering. Of course, the original is much smaller, so some of that is to be expected regardless. Even if you have that one already and are happy with it, I still strongly recommend picking up the new figure. It's just that much better.