Brawn – Transformers: Generations – Titans Return

Brawn is the second Titan Master I am looking at from Wave 2. He is a classic character from the G1 show. Strangely, he was not a Headmaster, so it is odd that he would be represented as such. On top of that, it looks like we will be getting a nice little Legends scale figure next year. And the Legends scale vehicles such as Wheelie are able to carry around the smaller Titan Masters. Brawn will get to drive himself around on the lookout for robots to control with his head mode. Wrap your mind around that one!

Anyway, let’s look at the figure. Out of the package, you get a tiny Titan Master, Brawn, in all of his green and yellow glory. He comes with a jeep just like his G1 vehicle mode, with the exception of this one having treads instead of tires. Neat!

Brawn transforms into the head, flips face down, and becomes a roof for the jeep. Nothing terribly special going on here, but it does look really nice together.

With a few flips of the wheels, Brawn’s vehicle turns into a flying motorcycle… I think. It looks like it should fly to me. Brawn gets to ride in his robot mode this time around.

A couple more twists and a flip, and the handle slides down out of the base, and we have a gun. Brawn once again folds down a bit and slides into the big gap in the gun, and he is ready for some action. I did find it difficult to keep the handle of the gun out while I was trying to slide in into Hardhead’s hand.

Finally, if you can get Brawn away from his vehicle, he creates a head that is a pretty good representation of the G1 Brawn, gruff scowl and everything. The head is a great design, and the colors work well. It is so funny to me that they do such a great job on the head, but cannot seem to get any paint on the robot side of these little guys. At least the faces look great.

I am really happy with this guy. The vehicle is one of the best we have had so far. I am looking forward to tracking down the last one in Wave 2, while I wait on Wave 3.

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