Tag: Titans Return

  • Review – Transformers – Titans Return – Scourge

    Review – Transformers – Titans Return – Scourge

    Scourge, along with Blurr, is part of the first wave of Titans Returns figures that were not originally Headmasters.  Scourge is a bit of a funny character in terms of picking up “new versions”, because his character’s ability allows him to make clones of himself.  Or maybe it’s just that he commands clones of himself, […]

  • Review – Transformers – Titans Return – Blurr

    Review – Transformers – Titans Return – Blurr

    Like Combiner Wars previously, Titans Return isn’t a total homage to only Headmasters.  There aren’t a ton of Headmasters to pull from so some character who weren’t originally Headmasters get roped into the mix as well.  I’m not super keen on picking up a lot of the non Headmaster Titan Masters, the way I passed […]

  • Review – Transformers – Titans Return – Wolfwire (Weirdwolf)

    Review – Transformers – Titans Return – Wolfwire (Weirdwolf)

    The last entry in the line for Titans Returns Decepticon updates for the G1 Headmasters is Wolfwire.  In G1, Wolfwire was known as Weirdwolf.  There are all sorts of crazy reasons for name changes like this from rights ownership to names being slurs in other languages or even just because Hasbro decided that they don’t […]

  • Review – Transformers – Titans Return – Highbrow

    Review – Transformers – Titans Return – Highbrow

    Like most of the original Headmasters, Highbrow hasn’t gotten a proper update in a while.  There was a pretty neat Highbrow back in the Hunt for the Decepticons sub-line of Revenge of the Fallen, though his alt mode for that line was a Lockheed P38-Bomber style plane, and he was mostly green instead of his […]

  • Review – Transformers – Titans Return – Mindwipe

    Review – Transformers – Titans Return – Mindwipe

    Continuing on with the updated Decepticon Headmasters, today’s review cover’s Titans Return Mindwipe.  Wave 1 gave us Skullcruncher, the first beast based headmaster, Wave 2 gives us Mindwipe and Weirdwolf.  All of the updated Headmasters figures are very close in design and look to their original G1 counterparts with the exception of Mindwipe.  While Mindwipe […]