Now with less blogspam! Evac is another one of those figures I wasn’t really planning to get since a larger scale version was going to be released eventually. I spotted this guy at Target, and due to how good Cyberverse has been so far in this line, and that this is really the first toy we’re getting from Transformers: The Ride, I couldn’t pass him up for the mere $5. Evac’s robot mode is a bit of a mystery to me. The paint is awesome in my eyes (the blue REALLY pops), and the minor details on the torso and legs give him a feel that’s really good for a figure of this size. But like with many other Legion size Transformers, the arms suffer; big time. There is articulation in the knees, and while this is a great feature that’s been standard on this size for a while, the arms really keep this figure from being one of the best Legion size figures in a while. It’s not just the no articulation thing either. They look very bulky with kibble that makes them look like wings, and of course having as much movement as a plank of wood doesn’t help. The head sculpt is really accurate to what we’ve seen of Evac so far from the ride, as well as the deluxe figure prototype shots. It’s nothing life changing, but it’s very well done for something that’s so small. Evac’s alt mode looks to be a Cybertronian car (not clear on where Transformers: The Ride takes place, so it could just be a futuristic earth car), and it does a very nice job of being just that. Like stated before, the colors are very nice, and the blue goes very well with the all black wheels. The wheels go very well with the overall aesthetic of this toy, and having the rear set be a bit larger than the front really gives it a unique feel in separating it apart from the typical Legion classes we’ve seen so far this year. Overall, Evac is definitely a toy I would pick up. Despite the downfalls in robot mode with the arms, the figure has some excellent detail in both modes, and not to mention the colors. This guy is definitely something good to hold me over until the exclusive toys hit Universal, and if you see Evac at retail, I’d definitely give him a shot.