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What can i say about a Junkicon. They stared in the original movie and they are back to star on shelves around the world. I enjoy Wreck-Gar's head sculpt and color scheme better but what is a leader without someone to lead. Overall great figure!
No TFTM/season 3 classics collection is complete without at least one of the Junkion motorcycles... and if you have more than one you can have one riding the other!
Great recolor of Wreck-Gar, and a great figure for army building if you like the junkions. Also nice that you can have them riding their alt-modes.
-Can't have a Wreck-Gar review without Junkheap! These two seem to go together.
-At first glance, you might think Junkheap is a different mold.
-Only thing that's changed is his head and paint and a few small details.
-Hasbro did a good job of making him a compelling buy in this iteration.
-Just like Wreck-Gar, a complete design with very little kibble around back.
-Fuckin' confusing instructions. STUDY THEM CAREFULLY OR YOU'LL BREAK IT.
-Excellent alt-mode for all Junkion figures of this generation. WAY better than G1.
-Cool deco on Junkheap too. Nicely differentiated from Wreck-Gar.
-Great detailing on the swing arm and chain drive. Virtually no robot junk exposed.
-Robot mode is just totally workin' too!
-Decent weapons system with his battle axe able to clip to his back.
-Good poseability overall but his knee and hip joints are somewhat fussy.
-Just loving this head sculpt and face detailing! Lot's of character and expression.
Thought it to really be Wreck- Gar, but rea He's a great addition to my ever growing collection.lly cool none-the-less
This is a great figure. I really like this representation of the Junkions. There are some issues with breaking near the handlebars. Luckily I haven't had the issue although I did with my Wreck Gar which is the same mold. A cool thing to note about this figure is that there are a few different 3rd party sets out there to choose from to update their look and give them more variety if you want to troop build and have an entire fleet. :)
I have two of them along with wreck-gar. I have them riding each other. Holds pretty close to the movie design.
finally a second junkion! Nice coloring and a different face than wreck-gar, even though they are almost identical.
Essential to any burgeoning Junkion collection! I don't like the deco as much as I like Wreck-Gar's, but it's a cool figure with a good new head. Keep your eye out 3rd party upgrades which apply to both robot and vehicle modes.
The Junkions are probably my least favourite toys of the classics lines. The robot modes look OK, but the transformations don't seem as well done as I have come to expect. Too many little things I didn't like, so it'd be tough for me to get excited about army building this guy.
Great figure, based on the Junkions from TF the Movie. quite nice detail on the face and sculpt, nice vivid colors, with a good range of motion and balance.
This figure is awesome and looks great. I would highly recommend this figure to anyone collecting this line.
a redue on wreck garr. juckheap is a way better version with a loot less QC issues. i also like it that wreck garr can ride him
I like the Generations collection, the transformations are fun and the figures were thoughtfully designed
The vehicle mode looks a little more dirtbike than motorcycle, but looks pretty cool. The best feature is the ability for two JunkHeap figures to ride each other or ride/be ridden by Wreck-Gar.
A much needed repaint of Wreck-gar and holds up much better than the previous toy. Watch out for the handle bars in transformation though the mold itself is what caused the breaking of one of them not the spicific toy but is is an easy fix!
A fantastic update to the Junkions seen in the 1986 Movie. You can't buy just one, because they are able to ride each other with one in bike mode. Why stop at two, you need a whole gang!