For our next Transformers toy gallery update, we would like to draw to your attention a new release from the Transformers Collectors Club's Subscription Service, Transformers Animated Jackpot! Jackpot is one of the two releases in the line with a new head sculpt, and what a head sculpt! The new sculpt captures the spirit of the Transformers Animated style extremely well, and it's a great fit for Jackpot's body which is a reuse of Animated Jazz. The final effect is every bit as eye catching and dynamic as the mainline, Hasbro release Transformers Animated toys. As you might already have guessed, we really like the TFCC's Transformers Animated Jackpot. Take a look at our gallery to get a look at this toy and see if you feel the same way. Figure Subscription Service Transformers Animated Jackpot Gallery Timelines Animated Jackpot Robot Mode Timelines Animated Jackpot Car Mode Jackpot with his Nunchucks which leads me on to... Transformers Animated Cyber Ninjas! Timelines Animated Jackpot with Generation 1 Jackpot Check out that awesome new head sculpt! Generation 1 Jackpot, as an Action Master, came with a partner figure. Unlike some, this was an actual animal, a bird-bot named Sights. Inspired by the way that the second year of Figure Subscription Service releases are including some Arms Microns (including one as a stand-in for another Action Master's partner) I decided to dig through my toybox and give my Animated Jackpot a Sights of his own. I decided on the Arms Micron Bal from the Arms Micron single packs in the end, since Bal's alternate mode - a hatchet - was in keeping with the way that most Transformers Animated Autobots (and particularly the Cyber Ninjas) went with melee weapons over blasters. I've shared a couple of images showing the pairing below - there's more in the gallery itself. Apologies for the way I just plain gushed over this toy - I really, really like how this one came out. So much personality and such a brilliant deco. I can say unreservedly this is my absolute favourite release from the first year of the Subscription Service so far, and I really can't see Ultra Mammoth eclipsing Jackpot in my eyes. Absolutely love it. More like this one please TFCC!