I think we all know that movie Roadbuster deserved an updated figure. Back in 2011, we were given two figures of the character. The HA version as well as the deluxe. They aren’t bad figures however the deluxe didn’t do the design justice and the HA figure was just… a fiddly mess (For my copy at least). Studio Series is pushing out some fantastic figures which are doing the characters and designs justice; I certainly hope that Hasbro keeps this up! Roadbuster is one of the newest figures to come out of Studio Series and I just knew I had to buy him. I’ve set up a Pros and Cons list at the end of the review so if you aren’t bothered to read the whole review or want to skip straight to the points, feel free to skip to the end! Now, onto the figure. Studio Series Roadbuster looks fantastic however he has quite a few disappointing aspects about him. I’ll be focusing on the negatives first so we can end on a high note. The transformation can be extremely frustrating for the first few times! There are so many clearance issues with this figure. I couldn’t line and tab everything up perfectly in his vehicle mode but I did the best I could. After a few times, I think he’ll be a bit easier to transform but I’m sure he’ll still be a nuisance. Don’t get too upset about this because I’d say that going through the annoyance is worth it because of the beautiful vehicle mode. Another issue with the figure is the articulation. Unfortunately, Roadbuster has a lot of kibble and it can be a big problem. The legs can’t really go back by much as the backpack just obstructs everything and doesn’t move in the right direction. You can move the backpack but only downwards which stupidly doesn’t help in any sort of way. For some reason, the backpack also doesn't tab in well so it just droops low. Roadbuster has a really nice thigh swivel and a 90 degree bend at the knee. Luckily, the backpack doesn’t affect the knees. His arms have a nice range of articulation with a bicep swivel and a double hinge joint in the arms. Sadly, arm movement is restricted because of his large shoulders which do get caught on the backpack, but you can move them around so that they don’t get caught on the backpack however it may get annoying. No wrist, waist or ankle articulation unfortunately. The last complaint I have is that his gatling gun (which is the only accessory) doesn’t stay in his arm well. It just pops out if you play with the figure too much. Let’s move onto the positives now, shall we? This figure looks beautiful! Not just in one mode, but both his robot and vehicle mode! The shade of green is perfect, and the accuracy is on point. He also scales nicely! I admire how compact the backpack is. They stuffed quite a bit into his back, and it doesn’t look too bad even though it can restrict a lot of articulation. The amount of detail in this figure is great too. It would’ve been nice to see a bit more of it painted but I shouldn’t ask for too much. It’s a job that can easily be done! One more thing, the weapon storage is great! The gatling gun slots in right at the front of the car and stays in quite well. Spoiler: Where's Leadfoot?! Spoiler: Comparisons! Pros and Cons of the figure: PROS: - Very accurate - Looks fantastic in both modes - Compact backpack - Massive amounts of detail throughout the figure - Nice weapon storage CONS: - A lot of kibble, mostly on his back - Lack of articulation - Annoying transformation - Weapon doesn’t stay in place (In robot mode) - Backpack doesn't tab in place I hope my review was enjoyable! Feel free to ask me anything about the figure! Thanks for reading!