31 years after Broadside's G1 toy came out, we now have an updated version to join Springer and Sandstorm in our Wreckers collection! However, I think this toy is okay, and not really super impressive, but it feels like a good figure nonetheless. Joints are tight too. It's probably the feet. Anyway, onto the other pictures! As many of you know, Broadside shares parts with Alpha Trion, and this is especially seen in the feet, which I still dislike. Seriously, they couldve redone the feet. Otherwise, he looks pretty good. His upper body, especially his shoulders, really stand out to me IMO. Here's a closeup of Broadside's headsculpt and chest. The gray piece near his waist is designed to make the things around the sides of Broadside's head pop up, but on my copy at least, it is really hard to make it lock in, as the slightest touch may dislodge it. I won't show the Titan Master as stock photos have shown Blunderbuss as a repaint of Sovereign, the Titan Master of Alpha Trion. These 5 extremely small white Aerialbot thingies come attached to sprues, so you have to cut them out. Unfortunately, this means you might also cut some of the paint away, revealing black underneath. Also, there's no real place to store the 5 of them, unless you place all of them inside Broadside's jet cockpit. This is Broadside's aircraft carrier mode, and the better of the 2 modes. There are multiple pegs for the Titan Masters to stand on, and these pegs are where the small Aerialbot planes can also go. You can also open the bridge for a Titan Master to stand in. The aircraft carrier also has 3 "landing gears" under it. Also, while it's not that easy to see, the giant road in aircraft carrier mode are pre-applied stickers, which unfortunately means the stickers may come off due to its proximity to the hinges, and it also hides some detail under it. This is the underside. Tons of robot parts here. And finally, the weak point of the figure: The weird-ass jet mode. There are pegs here for the planes to fit, but it doesn't make much sense this time. The back part of the jet doesn't really fit, especially the forward swept tail fins. Oh well, one mode had to be compromised, right? And finally, a size comparison featuring Chase and 3 of Broadside's fellow Wreckers. Overall, he's lacking, especially in the jet mode. If you really wanna complete your Wreckers/Lost Light collection, get this guy, but don't expect too much from the sub-par jet mode. EDIT: To answer some questions, yes the tailfins can be removed, but they're pretty tight in there. As for picture requests: This would definitely look better if you switch the tailfins, but the lower tailfins are harder to see.