Transformers: Generations: Power of the Primes Deluxe Terrorcon Cutthroat
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tfgenpotpdelblt-3 Cutthroat is interesting in that his combiner hand is not just attached to his alternate mode, but an incorporated part of it. When attached to his back the hand accessory locks his wings into place. He’s got great paint apps, and his bird head looks great.
Robot Mode: Cutthroat’s robot mode is perfect. He has a great head sculpt and perfect paint apps. They even gave him a double barreled cannon like his G1 weapon.
Overall: Cutthroat is a must.
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