Transformers Generations Voyager Class Autobot Blaster Figure 6.5 Inches

  • 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

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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3 Responses to Transformers Generations Voyager Class Autobot Blaster Figure 6.5 Inches

  1. HavokH85 says:
    7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Transformers Generations Voyager Blaster and Steeljaw, March 4, 2013
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    HavokH85 (Virginia) –

    = Durability:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Transformers Generations Voyager Class Autobot Blaster Figure 6.5 Inches (Toy)
    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. Like the rest of the Voyagers in this particular line any child (or person) ages 6 and older will have no problem with transformation. You won’t even have to look at the instructions. My personal experience with the transformation, Yeah It’s been done but it does feel different. I guess it’s the fact that I know it’s a different character. So parents this is a great choice for your little ones

    Robot Mode. Blaster looks really good in robot mode. You don’t even think about Soundwave looking at him. The head has been replaced with the new Blaster Head. The sculpt was very well done and Hasbro missed no opportunity for Paint apps. That goes for Vehicle mode too.In fact I want to say that Hasbro used more paint on Blaster. Blaster stands well and is very poseable. If your a first time buyer for this particular mold, Blaster’s Compatriot Steeljaw can be placed in his chest and ejected. The cool thing about this feature is the data disc transforms in midair. Granted Steeljaw lands in a sitting position but still a cool gimmick. I’ve noticed that there is a problem with Steeljaw. For some reason or another he is a lot tighter of a fit when placing him inside Blaster. You almost have to force him in. I’ve had no problems with Soundwave and Ravage. BUT I have noticed Eject,Rewind,Sunder (who was first introduced in the japanese Kiss Players and originally was a Decepticon) and Ramhorn have no problems at all. I have a theory that because of the retool of ravage where Steeljaws head is much larger, this could be where the problem lies as it pushes out a little more. This is the one and only issue I have.

    Overall this is a great figure.As I said earlier this is a mold we’ve seen before once to many I might add, but there’s new life to this one. If you are fan of the cassette transformers snag up blaster. It’s like being a kid again because the next thing you’ll do is go by the data discs that goes with Blaster. Even if have no clue what Im talking about and you’re a new fan. Snag up Blaster. He’s pretty Awesome

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  2. Brent D. Boardman says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Looks great, January 3, 2014
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    This review is from: Transformers Generations Voyager Class Autobot Blaster Figure 6.5 Inches (Toy)
    Blaster looks great, excellent detail, and really bright colors on this version. I’m really happy with how detail he looks in the box.

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  3. Daniel J. Griffin Jr. says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A welcome addition to my collection, November 5, 2013
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    Daniel J. Griffin Jr. (Alabama) –

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    This review is from: Transformers Generations Voyager Class Autobot Blaster Figure 6.5 Inches (Toy)
    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 tow 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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