I'd like to preface this by apologizing for the use of flash. The lighting in my room sucks. Also, I don't have Darkmount, so I can't do a comparison of the two. EDIT: Deceptigtar took much better pics. Head over to page 4 to see what this toy is supposed to look like. Generations Skullgrin's alt mode is that of a half-track tank (I guess). I have to say, I really love the colors on this version, more so than Darkmount. The turret can rotate 360 degrees, and the barrel can move up and down (something that I wish we saw more of). For a quick size comparison, here he is next to fellow Generations tank, Megatron. Skullgrin also comes with the machine gun, missile launcher, and smoke grenade launchers that Darkmount had. For the most part, I just leave them off the figure, but his many hard points makes arming him up really fun. Being a repaint of Darkmount, Skullgrin retains Darkmount's comic-inspired artillery gun mode. Can't say I'm a huge fan of it, but then again it's just a bonus mode. I do like that it has handles, though, so that a smaller figure can operate it (and yes, I forgot to rotate said handles ). After a neat transformation (I especially love how the turret becomes the legs), we get Skullgrin's very nice robot mode. I love that Hasbro is now giving repaints new heads to make them a bit different. Here are some close ups of the new head. Skullgrin's articulation is really good, with a swivel head, ball shoulders, swivel bicep, hinged elbows (that can also hinge inward), ball wrists, hinged fingers (all one piece), swivel waist, ball hips, swivel thighs, hinged knees, and ball ankles (allows for forward and back, as well as tilt movement). He can hold his axe with both hands (as seen after the next pic), and can even stand on one leg! Here's Skullgrin holding his axe with both hands, as well as a size comparison w/ Megs again. Overall, if you don't have Darkmount, then this is highly recommended (depending on which color scheme you like more). If you do have Darkmount, then you may still want to pick this up, as the new head and different display options (from manipulating kibble to attaching different weapons) can make them look very different. And, for one final pic, I present a couple of Pretender homages.