Tonight we are taking a look at the fourth and final Titan Master of wave 1, Loudmouth. He is totally an Autobot. The red and grey scream Autobot. That and he looks like a nice guy.
He comes with a little convertible hover car that looks like it is right out of Star Wars. Loudmouth sits in the cockpit as he should.
Flip the car over, move around the red parts, and throw Loudmouth in there head down, and you have some sort of tank. It is quite a change from the car in the first mode.
A few adjustments more, and the tank becomes a weapon. It is pretty much the tank with the side skirts flipped out.
And of course he becomes a head. He is a really well done head. He has a red visor and metallic blue sides to his face. This time around, the head of Blurr did not work in place of Loudmouth. Hyperfire gives Blurr his trademark air vent on the head. That air vent hinders what Hyperfire can be attached to when he is all folded up.
Boy, this is going to be the tiniest little war ever. Titan Master against Titan Master. Pew! Pew! Pew!
Even Wheelie looks gigantic around these guys.
Let’s not forget that the Legends Class figures were specifically made to work with the Titan Masters. Only Wheelie, so far, allows a Titan Master a comfortable ride. The rest of the Legends Class has ports for the Titan Masters to stand on their backs or somewhere else. We will see in future waves if we will see any other support vehicles that the Titan Masters can ride in.
That’s it for the Titan Masters Wave 1. These guys are so much fun. I am looking forward to Wave 2. For now, we are on to bigger things. That isn’t hard to do. Maybe we will take a walk away from the Transformers for a day or two and look at some of the other figures that have been lining up for their turn.