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ROBOT ROBOT POSED ROBOT SHOOTING ROBOT WITH HANDGUNS ROBOT BACK ROBOT CLOSE-UP JET JET FRONT JET SIDE JET REAR JET WITH OTHER SEEKERS ROBOT WITH OTHER SEEKERS WITH G1 OPTIMUS PRIME PACKAGE FRONT PACKAGE BACK PACKAGE FLIP PICTURE CLASSICS
 

            

RAMJET

Series: Classics
Allegiance: Decepticon
Categories: Deluxe
Year: 2007


There ain't nothin' around harder than my head.
The Decepticons are known for fielding their craziest warriors in the skies, but Ramjet really outclasses them all. He's a born flier who loves nothing more than crashing. Sure, he's got a whole rack of concussion missiles and argon lasers strong enough to vaporize a Dinobot, but he'd rather skip all that nonsense and just smash head first into his targets - and anything else that gets in his way. He's just as likely to smash his allies out of the way as he is to destroy any Autobots in his path, but watching him plow through a battlefield is so much fun that Megatron keeps him around anyway.



Remarks: Ramjet ist a retool of the mold used for Classics Starscream, so look there for a full review. Just the changes here: Ramjet has different wings, giving his jet mode more of a delta look (don't ask me what type jet he is). The wings stay on his legs on robot mode, but can be folded back so they don't impede him any. The only other major difference is the head. Ramjet was one of the 'conehead' Seekers in G1, so here he is again. The snout of the jet is a bit shorter than with the original design, but it remains on his head in robot mode, giving him the familiar look. Overall I like the Ramjet design a bit better than the one used for Starscream and Skywarp, so a nudge up in the rating. Recommended to all Seeker fans.

Rating: B
 
Tags: - Airplane/Spacecraft - Classics - Decepticon - Hasbro




Included Figures: User Rating: Accessories: Other Versions of the Mold:
4 of 5 Stars determined by 2 User Rating
Missile Launchers    Missiles   
Classics Starscream (2006)
Botcon Exclusives Dirge (2007)
Botcon Exclusives Thrust (2007)
Botcon Exclusives Thundercracker (2007)
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Published 16.07.2007
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