Here’s the last of my Transformers series, for now. Hasbro Masterpiece Thundercracker! (Yes, the stand has a typo, saying Thunder Cracker.)
Takara Tomy Masterpiece MP-17 Prowl.
Next to Takara Tomy Masterpiece MP-12 Sideswipe.
From back: Hasbro Masterpiece Soundwave, Hasbro Masterpiece Thundercracker on Hasbro Masterpiece Optimus Prime, Takara Tomy Masterpiece MP-12 Sideswipe.
Prowl’s sexy back.
Optimus Prime, mid-transformation. Note the light blue eyes, the way it should be, cartoon-style.
Getting his Matrix fix in his battle station.
This explains where the trailer goes when he transforms – Roller drives out of the trailer, and tows the trailer away to a safe place.
Based on Takara Tomy Masterpiece MP-10 Optimus Prime, he has a magnificent cartoon-based sculpt.
Clockwise from front right: Takara Tomy Masterpiece MP-12 Sideswipe, Reveal The Shield Special Ops Jazz, Generations Wheeljack, Generations Springer, Hasbro Masterpiece Optimus Prime.
I love Sideswipe’s paint job. Where we’re going, we don’t need roads!
Sexy back, too. He’s a lot easier to transform than Prowl.
Here he is with Alternators Sideswipe, who had lousy leg articulation.
Perspective makes Alternators Sideswipe look smaller, although he is a 1:24 scale car. I don’t know what scale Masterpiece Sideswipe is.