**REVIEW** I have recently acquired the Comicave Studios Age of Extinction 1/22nd scale Optimus Prime. It stands 15.3" tall, it's 50% diecast with its entire thighs, lower leg panels, lower forearms and upper bicep/shoulders, his feet and his back all die cast. Has 70 points articulation (this is including his hands which he has 6 sets of), LED eyes, extraordinary metallic paints & weathering, die cast Shield & hard plastic knight sword. Plus 2 faces, One faceplate snd one mouthed!! This thing is a BEHEMOTH weighing 9.9lbs and comes in a fold out book style display box for packaging. It takes 2 button cell batterys for his head light up LED function. it's incredible! Here is a more detailed breakdown on his features/articulation. 1st, His chest armor panels can articulate inwards on a double hinge so his butterfly shoulder joints can pull out & either bring his arms across his chest or for 2 handed sword poses, plus alot more posing options! His hands are fully articulated his thumb will swivel at the base where it is ball jointed as well, hinged at the sane base & middle. Fingers each are ball joints and spread small degree as well as close straight. at the base with 3 hinged joints on each finger and his wrists are on extending balljoint/ballpeg for good range AND so you can hide ugly seams. REALLY well done. He has around 30 to 40° lateral movement on his neck Plus it's on a balljoint and hinge at top of neck + swivel, and then the lower neck itself will rock front to back, & side to side allowing for all those great poses looking up and looking down or cocked sideways with tilt. Friction hinged outer arm swing, moves up past 90°. Shoulder pads are on a double hinge to go side to side, and on a 360° swivel above that to get out of the way for any pose necessary. His diaphragm and waist joint are limited but his rock front to back is grand especially with his neck joint..The two used together he can look strait down to the ground. His upper hips are on a tight friction swivels and on a swivel cup for thigh rotation at the top of his hip. Outer hip swing is limited to 45-50°but works really well. And the hips also pull down Shfiguarts style, to add more range front to back allowing approximately 70° forward swing easily. Its possible to get it closer to 90° but do so at your own risk. Optimus' knees are on double hinged ratcheted joints and feel strong and secure allowing 150° range!! Well over the usual 90° bend back. His diecast feet will rock front to back at a decent angle and will give a slight ankle tilt as well. He also has a toe bend joint. He also has a compartment in his head, which is designed to just slide right off easy peasy, then 2 button cell batteries are placed in there for pin point LED eye function. Also there is a magnet behind his face for faceplate or mouthed switchable looks. He looks good with either He carry's a selection of pegs with holes, or pegs with slots so he can store his weapons on his back. He has his fully diecast shield. Which pegs in on either forearm. And using one of those peg assemblies you can attach the shield to his back. He also carry's his hard plastic, & VERY detailed I might add knights sword. With Cybertronian writing up and down the blade. He can slot that on to his back straight up and down through use of a peg in attachment. Even at an angle if he wants by itself so it looks more like the movie. The shield can store on his back as well. The sword attachment can then plug into the shield so the shield goes on his back with the sword on top of that. His joints are tight and he has a very sturdy feel and balance is good for posing. He is COMPLETELY authentic & accurate to the source material. Detailed like crazy. A must have for movie fans!! I also have a YouTube review up on my channel Cdog Cdog I'll put a link in the review transformers section as well.