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Transformers Revenge of the Fallen - Voyager Decepticon BLUDGEON


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  • BLUDGEON transforms from Tank to Decepticon Warrior!
  • Voyager Class figure stands around 6" (15cm) in robot mode.
  • With MECH ALIVE gearing and weapon accessory!
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Technical Details
Item Weight272 g
Product Dimensions10.2 x 27.9 x 20 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:5 years and up
Item model number93831
Assembly RequiredNo
Batteries Required?No
Batteries Included?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB002ZQ4OTU
Best Sellers Rank 252,945 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight748 g
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Date First Available23 Dec 2009
  
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DECEPTICON BLUDGEON was nearly destroyed by a fight with the Metallikato Master AUTOBOT WHIRL. Forced to retreat and hide, he scanned a new vehicle mode and disappeared into the Southeast Asian jungle. He is desperate to prove himself against an AUTOBOT, however, so he has caused just enough chaos locally to attract the attention of IRONHIDE. Now he lies in wait for the AUTOBOT, ready to spring his trap and destroy his victim in an instant. Recreate exciting movie scenes or stage your own living room battles with this awesome DECEPTICON warrior! MECH ALIVE gearing helps bring this havoc-wreaking villain to life and reveals his hidden scabbard accessory! His two "swords" make him even more of a threat in robot mode. Then, convert him to jungle tank vehicle mode and track down his enemies, no matter what terrain they choose for their escape!

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Simon Hall on 24 May 2010
Outside of the expensive Masterpiece series Transformers, this figure ranks up there as one of the best examples of the Transformers toyline. The figure itself is a homage to "fan-favourite" Bludgeon from the original 1980s run of the Transformers. He was originally just one of a slew of underwhelming Pretenders figures released in 1989, but Simon Furman moulded him into something much more interesting in the US comics. Firstly, as chief of the Decepticon Mayhem Attack Squad, and then as commander of the Decepticons on Cybertron, following the er, depature, of Thunderwing. As with all late G1 figures blessed by the hand of Furman, the original now fetches silly sums of money for what is largely an ugly plastic fart of a figure. So it is great to finally have a representation of the character that does him justice.

Bludgeon forms part of the N.E.S.T. assortment of Voyagers spinning out of the popular live action movie range and as such, transforms from a piece of military kit to fearsome looking robot and back. The tank is nicely detailed, but the use of soft rubbery plastics for the tank barrel is a huge mistake. I can see why this is done - it does form the robots sword and could easily be harmful for anyone dumb enough to poke their own eye out with it, but those soft plastics are easily bent out of shape - mine has a permanent gaze to the left, thanks to overzealous packaging materials. The tank is neat enough, with a good level of detail and rubber treads (which sadly cannot move), but is outwardly quite dull, but realistic, being green all over.

The transformation sequence is fairly intuitive, clever without being annoying or needlessly complicated.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Rory Farrell on 19 July 2010
I was initially hesitant at buying this Transformer due to the large price tag. I held off from buying it but after scouting around the internet and discovering that this figure or any others featured in the 'NEST' figure line would not be released in the United Kingdom I was very dissapointed (Especially seeing that this character was designed by an Englishman and it first appeared in an UK comc book). I eventually decided to buy him and could not be happier. He is a superb figure and well worthy of the slightly larger price tag. If you too are hesitant, I advise you to buy him before he dissapears forever or becomes even more expensive. Once again, he is a fantastic looking and superbly designed addition to my collection.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
A must have if you like tank Transformers 3 Aug 2010
By Andy D - Published on Amazon.com
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I didn't like Bludgeon at first because the concept of a Samurai robot just seemed absurd to me. But I bought him because I like tank Transformers and with the exception of Leader-class Brawl, Bludgeon is the best I've seen. Modeled accurately after a Japanese Type 90 tank, his vehicle mode is awesome with a full-rotating turret, rubber tread, and excellent detail. The only thing I find to be distasteful are the bits of orange plastic. I will be painting mine.

Robot mode is a little corny in my opinion with the skull-head, skull-chest-plate, and Samurai weapons and armor. But he's grown on me and I think Hasbro did a great job of incorporating pieces of the tank armor and tank tread into his body armor. The best gimmick is the pop-open turret which reveals a sheath for one of his swords. Proportions are great with no bulky junk hanging off anywhere. Its actually a very well thought out robot mode and, despite his awful orange and yellow colors, I think it came together very well. Now I think he's one of the best Voyager-class Transformers out there. Great for kids, fans of military/ tank Transformers, or anyone who's into Samurai I guess!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
ravage24/7 20 Oct 2010
By Ryan M. Lutz - Published on Amazon.com
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I will start off by saying this is one of the best updated,new transformers out there!I like the bludgeon that comes in the master of metallikato set very much,but this new version is just all around more bad-ass.The tank mode is very sweet with plenty of firepower.The robot form is different than the usual,but very unique at the same time.I love the face being a skull with a dead samurai warrior hellbent on revenge.The figure is very durable,and made very well.The transformation is not that difficult.When you are transforming him though on the part where you slide his top torso to his bottom half you might have to apply a little pressure for it to slide,but be careful at the same time and it should work out fine.I actually think the color scheme on this one is just right.I think the orange looks good with the green,it gives the figure more life in my opinion.Overall Bludgeon is a very well made,durable,upgraded figure that any transformer fan should have.I highly recommend this figure to all transformer fans out there!Transformers Rule!!!!!!!!!!!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Bludgeon is quite the bruiser! 8 Mar 2010
By Jones Spirius - Published on Amazon.com
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This has got to be the best voyager class figure of both movies so far! Bludgeon is pure decepticon right down to his servomotors with an awesomely destructive tank mode and a robot form that could scare the pants off of even the most seasoned of autobot soldiers. He really has everything that an evil robotic samurai needs including; one long sword for standard combat, a nice short sword for the classic decepticon sneak attack, some samurai armor that looks mean enough to win the fight on the power of ugly alone, and a jungle tank mode when all else fails.

I know I've said this about others but Bludgeon really is THE movie toy to get!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Most innovative Transformer in a while! 13 Feb 2010
By Heremeow - Published on Amazon.com
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I got this transformer for my boyfriend who loved transformers as a kid and he loves it! We are collectors of transformers and Bludgeon is the coolest one we have found in a while. Highly recommended!
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man the cannon and full speed ahead 29 Dec 2013
By Bryon Nagy - Published on Amazon.com
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Bludgeon is a terror on the battlefield, he rips through platoons like a knife through butter, and transforms into a skeletal samurai warrior with sword in hand to finish off what wasn't destroyed the first time
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