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ToyGeek code: MP37ARTF
Transformers MasterpieceMP-37 Artfire and Targetmaster Nightstick pays homage to the Japanese G1 Targetmaster exclusive C-108 Artfire with Nightstick. For the first time brought to Masterpiece glory, this figure features a toy accurate color scheme, and includes a highly articulated transforming Targetmaster Nightstick figure.
The Transformers Masterpiece series of action figures is a collector-focused toyline by Takara Tomy of Japan that brings your favorite Transformers characters from the TV series or big screen to life in toy form. Transformers Masterpiece figures feature highly innovative transformations, screen accurate likenesses, and include an a wide variety of add-on parts, accessories and much more.
MP-37 Artfire and Targetmaster Nightstick is likely the greatest version of Artfire, Inferno, Nightstick and a true masterpiece of a Transformers figure. A centerpiece of your collection get yours at Toygeek your source for everything Transformers.
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Transformers Masterpiece MP-37 Artfire in fire truck mode
Transformers Masterpiece MP-37 Artfire wielding Targetmaster Nightstick
Transformers Masterpiece MP-37 Artfire can mount targetmaster nightstick on his ladder
Transformers Masterpiece MP-37 Artfire parts and accessories
Transformers MasterpieceMP-37 Artfire with nightstick climbing his ladder
5 out of 5 stars overall
June 12, 2017
I am so glad I waited almost half a year after Inferno's release. My only problem with the look of that figure was 'too much red', and I've always thought Artfire's color scheme looked great. If I was buying this for looks alone, I would be thoroughly satisfied. (The tampographs are lovely sharp. Though slightly pink?)
But also, I am loving the new engineering magic on MPs. Plastic's not as thick as MP-36, but the transformation is easy enough that Artfire does not feel fragile. The pegs on the feet are a bit tight but that's about it. He is flat-out fun to transform. So many impressive aspects. The shoulders are genius! There is SO MUCH NECK MOVEMENT! There's an ab crunch! The front wheel rims tuck in slightly to cover the gap in robot mode! The Knee Cylinders Click In Slightly To Be Symmetrical!!! That part made me squeal in delight so hard.
And the ladder vanish. Oh my god. Not only one of the cleverest transformation steps I have ever seen, no exaggeration, but it seems like a direct challenge to the third party companies. I love seeing Takara taking them as a challenge, because the results from both sides' friendly competition are blowing me away.
Also the li'l targetmaster guy is fun. Clever head-hiding gimmick.
My only complaint with the whole set is that his hip ball joints on Nightstick are a bit loose, and Artfire's helmet slides off a little too easily. Shrug. Easily fixed. I definitely feel this was worth my money.
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