Last one, for now. Bulhead's vehicle mode is a neat little green truck, that looks pretty damn accurate to the screen model, at a glance. There's a surprising amount of sculpted detail on here, and paint apps too. He comes, as do all the Cyberverse, with a clear plastic weapon - in this case moulded to look like his mace weapon from the show. It could also pass as his arm cannon. It pegs into several ports across the vehicle mode, and can combine with the other weapons really nicely, due to having 4 pegs, and 3 holes across it. It was always going to end with a giant tower of guns. Of course it was. Transformation is a little more involved than the others, but accomplishes a lot more. I'd not be surprised to see a variation on this being used for the inevitable RID deluxe/voyager mode. Robot mode is bulky, but a bit shorter than the other two I have in his size class. His back ends up being pretty hollow, but, really it doesn't bother me in the slightest, because the rest of the figure is so good. He's nicely articulated, alongside Megatron he reminds me very fondly of the Scout size class, rather than the legends. Also: head articulation. Thanks, Hasbro. Big damn hero. Dance the Bulkhead! His weapon has lots of lovely molded detail, and in robot mode has two forearm holes, shoulder holes and his hands to carry the plethora of weapons he can be given. "Wreck and rule!" Missile Pauldrons. Awesome, or a major safety hazard? Miko says Awesome. Overall, after the delight of Megatron, and the low point with Starscream, Bulkhead is a major return to form for the Cyberverse line. I'm really excited to get an opportunity to see the other Commanders, and the Legions too. Despite the mainline having some hits and misses (although generally I've come out happy), I've decided I'm probably going to get every Cyberverse I can lay my hands on. And then build Megatron the biggest gun in history. Bulkhead is heavily recommended. A wonderful figure. Some fun to roll out with: "This review should be about me!" "Oh yeah?" "Yeah, baby!" "OW." Despite kinda sucking, Starscream neatly sums up my feeling about the Cyberverse line.