REVIEW: Studio Series 26 WWII Bumblebee Transformer

I had high hopes for WWII Bumblebee but they were quickly dashed when I removed the figure from the box. The loose joints, especially in the hips, as well as the very soft plastic panels, let me know I was in for a bumpy ride. Transformation is relatively simple, but the fiddly nature of the panel tabs makes finishing the vehicle mode up frustrating. Good luck getting the cockpit panel to sit flush, joints have to be lined up perfectly and even then it'll probably pop up. If you can find it for $15 or less it's worth a pick-up otherwise, it's a hard pass.






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