Hi, I'm Tfcollect with another editorial review. And thus is on the Has/Tak Studio Series Cogman from the Movie Transformers "THE LAST KNIGHT"
Well, let me start this off by noting the he's just a repaint. And I must admit, he's a good one at that. I would not officially call him a SS due to the fact that he is actually a premium version of his original design and mold. I love this mold alot, however. He has what I always complained about since the AOE line and beyond. Those ugly panel arms. They just fry my T-cog everytime I see them. With that and the previous mentioned repaint. It takes 2 stars away from him.
Transformation: it has its intricacies. But it's still quite simple and very much a fun process. He's a headmaster and you can swap heads with the Voyager Class Nitro Zues. But Cogman's head has the traditional transforming sequence and unfortunately Zues does not. Which is a travesty in my opinion.
Assesories: he only comes with a sword. Why? Have no idea since he never displayed one in the cinematic motion Picture. But it's a pretty good add-on even though he isnt a knight.
Conclusion: he's a pretty good piece and with the new premium paint apps I'd say for certain that he is the better option of the two. If you decide to purchase either or, I'd highly recommend the SS version. So if you happen to see him available just simply walk up and say
"YOU ARE NEEDED SIR!"
Reach past the big screen and build the ultimate Transformers collection with Studio Series figures (each sold separately), inspired by iconic movie scenes and designed with specs and details to reflect the Transformers movie universe. Imagine the scene when as Cogman speeds through the streets of London, he remembers to tell Sir Edmund Burton that Agnes called for a snuggle. This Studio Series 39 Deluxe Class Transformers: The Last Knight Cogman figure converts from robot to car mode in 19 steps. Remove backdrop to showcase Cogman in the London Escape scene. Figure features vivid, movie-inspired deco and detailed accessories