Transformers: Generations: Selects Voyager Class Artfire & Nightstick
Previous Mold Use: Siege Battle Master Firedrive, Siege Battle Master Fracas, Siege Battle Master Singe, Netflix War for Cybertron Trilogy Battle Master Pinpointer, Netflix War for Cybertron Trilogy Battle Master Sparkless Singe
Nightstick looks great. This is one of the rare instances of a Hasbro Targetmaster actually coming with his Targetmaster partner. Clearly they do know how to do Targetmasters the right way. Unfortunate that they rarely choose to.
Previous Mold Use: Earthrise Voyager Class Grapple, Kingdom Voyager Class Inferno
Artfire looks awesome! It was pretty much a given that we’d get an Artfire once Grapple came out, and he does not disappoint. Definitely my favorite version of the mold.
Overall: Artfire is an absolute must have, but now they need to give us a Stepper from Studio Series Jazz.
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