Cybershark - Beast Wars - Figure


I'll have to admit to being skeptical when I first purchased Cybershark. He wasn't on the show for starters and the way he was packaged was horrible as they couldn't even connect his tail correctly due to his length. I am happy to say that all my fears were destroyed upon releasing him from his cardboard and plastic prison.

Beast Mode
In his beast mode, Cybershark appears to be a hybrid of a hammerhead shark and a tiger shark. By pressing a small switch near the back of his head you can launch the shark head, revealing what will become the robot chest plate.

Transformation
A few flips and turns later and you get one awesome looking Maximal warrior ready to kick Predacon skid-plate. He has a rather unique, toothy expression that screams, "Come get some!" The launcher in his chest can be flipped up to face forward and can fire either the hammerhead of the missiles locating behind his shoulders (a very nice feature I might add). The shark tail comes off to become a spring loaded pincher weapon. I advise caution as I have hurt myself (more like annoyed really) by having a finger in the way when releasing the pincher.

Overall
Cybershark is a terrific toy and if you can find him I highly recommend buying him. You won't be sorry you did.



ReviewerViceGripX  
DateNovember 1st 2001  
Score 10 stars (10 out of 10)  
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