Great Homage to IDW
By Hazmat_Cablerat on April 02, 2016
This Figure offers great nostalgia, while still giving a subtle shout out to IDW for the wonderful work they’ve done in regards to help the Genre'. The instructions in this piece left a little to be desired. The way the legs from into Magnus' Feet should have been done differently. But all in all a very good mold.
This is what I'm talking about!
By Patrick on December 27, 2015
cant really complain about this mold...good articulation; ratchet joints in the arms, knees, and feet. He is also a fun transformation very similar to the G1 with a few cool changes. Everything tabs in well. He is sturdy and you can adj the cab to stay locked in position or move it from left to right which is cool because it give you options. the cad does not come off; but that's not a big deal; you will be surprised how it transforms! For all those ultra magnus lovers this one is a must have; I'm not a huge fan BUT I do have 5 versions of him now. buy this guy and have fun
Follow the Hollow
By DarkZeed on November 15, 2015
As awesome as it is, this figure feels weightless. The licences taken to ensure the adjustment to the production costs left a gorgeous looking figure with less plastic than it should have. Nevertheless, the good range of articulation and the likeness to the IDW depiction of Magnus just tickle me and make giggle. Despite his shortcommings this is an excellent figure and a worthy addition to any collection, I consider it a poor man's alternative to the Masterpiece Ul Mag. Very good!
For the price. It's awesome.
By Nate on November 01, 2015
Leader class molds in my mind lately are comparable in size to some mp figures. And are more cost efficient to people who love the character but don't have 189 dollars for one figure. I was very pleased with this mold and the paint. Not really following the comics I had to refer to a fellow collector..Hi Kyle!! About this minimus ambus guy. Who was a neat little guy. And I like how he fits in to ultra's chest.the instructions were challenging but not so hard as to send me in a fit.
By Scotty on October 13, 2015
Cool , toy for the classic collection
Near Perfect IDW Envisioning
By tazzerath on October 09, 2015
This guy is by far one of my most favourite in my collection. The incarnation represents his IDW comics version and the little Minimus Ambus transforming 'pilot' appeals to both my inner Transformer and Mech Anime geek. Two robots for the price of one. The ability to combine his weapons into a hammer to homage his Animated version is a special touch. Sturdy and no joint looseness for me, most likely I was lucky in the Quality Control department.
A little loose
By michelhb on September 23, 2015
Overall, this is a nice figure. It looks good in both modes. The one complaint I have is the shoulder joints are really loose. They just barely hold the arms up while holding the weapons. Unrelated to the figure, the synopsis on the box is kind of sad to read. Basically Ultra Magnus was killed in battle and the little car guy reanimated his body as an exoskeleton with him riding in the chest. They talk it up about the forces of justice couldn't allow him to fall, but to me it's a little messed up as a story especially for kids. Maybe they were playing to the zombie crowd.