First Look Transformers Legacy Wild Rider & Blitzwing Official Images

Ahead of the Fans First Tuesday event, Hasbro has released official reveals for the Transformers Legacy Wild Rider deluxe class and Blitzwing leader class figures!

We've seen the Blitzwing figure already. However, this is our first look at the Stunticons (Menasor) team member Wild Rider and it is looks to be hitting many of the G1 marks with the colors and the mold.

Read on to see the official product info and images for this July 2022 release before the big event tomorrow.

"Universes collide! TRANSFORMERS: LEGACY brings together fan-favorite characters from across every generation of TRANSFORMERS with figures featuring deco inspired by their universe," Hasbro writes. "In honor of the almost 40-year legacy of TRANSFORMERS entertainment, the fandoms come together from across TRANSFORMERS realities, all in one toy line. Scan the code on each package to reveal character tech specs from across the multiverse! Collect other LEGACY figures to reveal their character tech specs (each sold separately, subject to availability). TRANSFORMERS: LEGACY action figures are great kids’ toys and exciting collectibles for fans of all ages."

Transformers: Generations Legacy Leader Blitzwing

Ages 8 and Up
Approx. Retail Price: $55.99
Available: July 2022

This TRANSFORMERS: LEGACY 7-inch LEADER BLITZWING robot toy is inspired by the animated series, The Transformers, updated with a Generations-style design. BLITZWING terrorizes his opponents by switching between his three modes in battle, laughing all the while! The triple changer action figure converts from robot to jet mode in 32 steps and from robot to tank mode in 41 steps. BLITZWING also comes with a sword, 2 blaster accessories and features a rotating turret in tank mode

Transformers: Generations Legacy Deluxe Decepticon Wild Rider

Ages 8 and Up
Approx. Retail Price: $24.99
Available: July 2022

This TRANSFORMERS: LEGACY 5.5-inch DELUXE DECEPTICON WILD RIDER robot toy is inspired by the animated series, The Transformers, updated with a Generations-style design. WILD RIDER lives up to his name. He’s a bit of a loose cannon. When he hits the road, he drives to destroy!

WILD RIDER action figure converts from robot to sports car mode in 17 steps and comes with 2 Energon blaster accessories. The DECEPTICON WILD RIDER toy also combines as the MENASOR figure’s left leg. Collect other TRANSFORMERS: LEGACY combiner figures to form MENASOR (each sold separately, subject to availability)!

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Joe Velez 2022-04-12 @ 12:52 am

If you rotate the backpack you could get some kind of an Arcee from that Wild Rider. It would put the front fenders and wheels up behind the shoulders like Arcee's pylons. IDW Earth mode Arcee or Terminator Arcee. I don't know what to call if as I don't follow the comics, I just know I seen some Arcee designs that a Wild Rider retool could work for. Hell, even Authentics Bravo Arcee looks similar to that too. 

Dragstrip looks like he could be easily reworked into two different figures. Both GoBots. The obvious one is Crasher. Just put one wheel on each side up front and extend the front scoop. But instead of separating it and turning them sideways, just angle the whole thing back and downward to make Crasher's iconic look. The chest area would work similarly too.

The second GoBot is Turbo. The front scoop thing while turned sideways as it is for Dragstrip looks just like Turbo. Again, the chest area would work similarly. Just with a complete roof and windows instead. It would need a more serious reshell but it's doable. 

Crasher's and Turbo's legs are rather generic looking so nothing would need to change from how Dragstrip's work.

With these new Stuticons not having "comboners" like the old CW/PotP figures, they'd be easier to retool and reshell without needing to worry about the combine-ability of the figure. And damn do I want some updated GoBots that don't cost twice what they should.

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