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Transformers Misfire Takara Legends vs Hasbro Titans Return

Transformers Misfire Takara Legends vs Hasbro Titans Return

Transformers Misfire Takara Legends vs Hasbro Titans Return

Transformers: Generation 1 (also known as Generation One or G1) is a children’s toy line that ran from 1984 to 1990, produced by Hasbro and Takara.[1] It was a line of toy robots that could change into an alternate form (vehicles such as cars and planes, miniature guns or cassettes, animals, and even dinosaurs) by moving parts into other places, and it was the first line of toys produced for the successful Transformers toy and entertainment franchise. The line was originally called The Transformers, with “Generation 1” originating as a term coined by fans of the toys when the Transformers: Generation 2 toy line was released in 1992. Hasbro eventually adopted the term “Generation 1” to refer to any toy produced in that era.

Misfire was one of several Decepticon jets serving under Scourge and Cyclonus when they attacked Autobot City as part of a division while the Decepticon Clones stole the Key to the Plasma Energy Chamber. After Scourge successfully activated the chamber on Cybertron (and inadvertently sent a shuttle full of Autobots and the key halfway across the galaxy), Misfire, Triggerhappy, and Slugslinger were among the Decepticon unit sent to retrieve the key. Following the Autobots to Nebulos, Misfire, alongside Cyclonus and Scourge, blasted both Sureshot and Crosshairs. The Rebirth, Part 1

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Maybe Misfire would aim better if he held his gun right.

After being soundly trounced by the new Autobot Headmasters, the Decepticons made a deal with the Hive to donate their heads and weapons for the binary bonding process. Misfire liked his partners to have short, memorable names. Armed with this new skill, Misfire and his Targetmaster companions successfully helped reacquire the Chamber’s key… though Misfire himself and Aimless didn’t really do very much that was helpful. To anyone.

Transformers Takara Legends 52 (LG52 or LG52 or LG-52) deluxe class Misfire toy with Targetmaster Aimless reviewed and compared to the Hasbro Titans Return version of the toy. The toys were released in 2017. Misfire is also a Headmaster or Titan master in both versions.

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