with Flintlock, Silencer
Series: Generation 1
Categories: Double Targetmaster
Landfill looks broad and impressive in robot mode, mainly because of his huge shoulders and upper body. The legs are almost a bit too short and small, making him look like a weightlifter. His two Nebulon partners become double-barelled guns in this mode. Landfill isn't very posable (his legs can't move independently and no knees or elbows) but his bad-ass look makes him a decent robot.
Landfill transforms into a pretty boring dump truck. Not much play value there, as you can't even put anything in the back.
Partners / Add-Ons:
Landfill comes with two Nebulon Targetmaster figures, Flintlock and Silencer. Both transform from double-barreled guns into robots. The robots are complete statues, no movable parts at all, and the detailing is nothing too special, either. Leave them in gun mode.
After the initial Targetmaster series Hasbro created a second run, the so-called 'small' Targetmasters. Small applying both to the larger and the Targetmaster robots. In my opinion Landfill would have been better off as a 'normal' robot with a little more effort put into his vehicle mode. Or they could have given the Nebulons movable arms, at least. I bought this one mostly because he looks bad-ass in robot mode (and because he was cheap).