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Good figure overall, and a good representation of the character. Can be a little finicky and the rotor gimmick is kind of annoying, but overall he's pretty fun.
Eh, he's a bit under-armed for a Movie Transformer, but he's okay. I lost the mini Scorponok, but he doesn't really need him. He poses a little awkwardly due to the back kibble, but is an okay figure. Just bought him to fill out my Decepticon ranks.
Great design, great mould, needed to have been bigger. Leader Blackout is a familiar demand, but one that I support.
Yes, Blackout should've been a Leader class figure, and having such a large character reduced to this size really sucks.
A well designed, but undersized figure with nicely integrated Scorponok accessory. Front wheel broken.
This is one of the greatest toys of the line. It should have been probably a leader class to scale correctly tho.
Like most other movie figures, blackout looks cool in robot mode. He had one of the better transformations of the line, and the robot mode does look menacing.
Had this one back in the day. It was actually hard to transform him especially into robot mode. The little scorponok figure was a great addition though.
Awesome figure all around. Coolest transforming chopper ever made!! If you love the movie this guy is a must have. I wish they made a leaderclass version but since they didn't, this is as good as it gets and that isn't bad at al!!
Like Brawl this guy should've gotten a Leader Class remake; this would've made a fun toy MUCH better. Chopper mode is great; the rotors are a fun gimmick and the tiny Scorponok figure stored in the rear belly just adds to the fun. This toy falls down on the robot mode and transformation; both are boring and the robot is lacking articulation. Not to mention the massive bit of (necessary for the chopper gimmick) kibble hanging off his back.
Would've been better if it was larger, or even a Leader class figure. I'm more of a scale guy than an accuracy guy.
A pretty nifty figure, Blackout gives you a solid fun vehicle mode with spinning blades and even a little belly cage for a miniature Scorpinox, which is a fun extra touch that I love. Transformation is fairly straight forward, and the robot mode is alright. Not much on articulation, and good luck trying to get the attack rotor weapon to work in bot mode, but he's still a nice figure and a decent addition to your collection.