Generations Breakaway Just a quickie, considering he's a simple new head on a mold most of us probably already own by now, but the last of Wave 3 to get a thread on this site is Titan Returns Breakaway. Oh Getaway... how fiction can change the reputation of a character. Once the utterly forgettable Powermaster and occasional running joke of Simon Furman ("He's called GETAWAY but he keeps dying! Get it!? Dur hur hur!") now he's best known as the manipulative usurper captain of the Lost Light due to his appearance in MTMTE... and nothing makes fans clamor more for a toy than an obscure character from the 80's suddenly becoming a major antagonist and so heres a Deluxe Getaway (Breakaway for trademark purposes)! Getaway is a pretty straight redeco of the previous wave's Chromedome with a new head. Honestly, his paint is severely lacking. Admittedly he looks better in hand than he does in pictures but there's no denying that he could have used a serious coat of paint. It's especially a shame when compared to the other toys in the same wave as they all got pretty darn great paintschemes. As for the mold choice... let me get it out of that way and say that the Chromedome mold is a really good mold. I just don't think it's right for Getaway. I can understand why an obscure character like Getaway would not get his own dedicated mold, my problem is that in the same wave as this toy is the Hot Rod mold... and he would've made a MUCH better choice for a Getaway retool. Seeing as neither toy has the same kibble placement as the original, Hot Rod atleast has the large shoulders, prominent spoiler and even an engine block on his chest where the original's Powermaster would've been. It's a major missed opportunity in my opinion. As a Titan Returns figure, Getaway is now a Headmaster. Getaway's Titanmaster partner is presumably supposed to be Rev (called Throttle here for trademark purposes), who used to be his Powermaster partner but he's unfortunately just a straight redeco of Chromedome's Stylor with a different face attached to his back. As you can see he has no paint in robot mode, which appears to be the standard for Hasbro's Titanmaster partners. Next to Haywire there you can really see the difference that the paint Takara puts on the tiny figures makes! Getaway's vehicle mode again lacks paint. Unfortunately not even the headlights have been painted, leaving the figure looking a little bit bland altogether. There are some things to appreciate, like the yellow stripe on the windscreen where the yellow "RACING" sticker was on the original toy and part of the hood being painted silver where the Powermaster was but still... kind of meh all around. Throttle can ride in Getaway's cockpit, or the larger gun can be attached to the car's roof via two clever tabs and then combine with the smaller gun to become a mounted cannon for him to ride in. I know it sounds like I'm being pretty negative on the toy... and I guess I am. To me this toy was just a major disappointment, especially considering he was a character I was really looking forward to. Takara may do something better with the colourscheme should the attempt this figure, but they'll of course be releasing it as their own Lightfoot and will likely have an entirely new head based on his character model... so there's not really much hope in the future. I can't not recommend the figure, because a lot of us need a Getaway for our collections and this is really all their is to offer apart from a Walmart-exclusive redeco of a Cybertron toy released in the '07 movie line... I just wish it was done better. To end on a positive note, the Chromedome/Breakaway mold IS a really good toy.