* Roboto doesn't have a clear torso like most versions of the character that have come before him. Instead, he has a solid silver looking chest which does match the comic art quite well other than the lack of his visible heart. To help sell the robot effect and add detail there are some really cool dark lines and details printed on Roboto's torso and arms. He looks really impressive, particularly when you consider he's so small!
* Roboto's head is also a solid replication of the vintage toy but with an orange beak-like jaw instead of red. The "jaw" is hinged and moves up and down.
* Next up is his claw. It's my least favorite of Roboto's extra arms but it's still pretty cool. It honestly looks really good in this scale. The detail on the little bits and bobs on the accessory is fantastic.
* Last up is Roboto's super cool double bladed axe. This guy is ready to carve up some Shadow Beasts for sure!
* Like the rest of the figures in this line Roboto is well articulated and ready for battle. These really are some of the nicest minifigures out there and they're incredibly fun. If you haven't picked up on yet and you're either a MOTU fan or a minifigure fan, you really need to. What's more fun than a tiny articulated robot?
* Roboto also comes with a stand. It's a simple display stand with his name on it. This is a great little stand for displaying the figure, even if you want to put him in more extreme poses.
* The hinged bill/ visor/ jaw is really cool but I wish that the space behind it had gotten the black paint application that pretty much every other Roboto I can think of has had. it would have looked so much better when posing the jaw.
If you're looking for more of Roboto I've also reviewed the MOTU Origins Roboto, M.U.S.C.L.E. Roboto from
Series 3 Pack B, the Super7 Filmation inspired Roboto,
and the 200x
Roboto head from the MOTUC Heads of Eternia set.