If you hang around the "Action Figure" department at Toys R' Us long enough, you begin to see grown men lurking the aisle, sizing up action hero situation. These guys are harmless enough, the are serious collectors. They have no shame, offering employees real side money, to go into the stock room and find certain superheroes, that will be worth a lot of money, in a few more years.
Such, might be the case with "Autobot Jazz", it seems. My son bought this warrior when he hit the market. Now, it is hard to find him on the shelf any longer.
Autobot Jazz is one of the good guys. A defender of freedom, but he is not adverse to kicking some serious booty, when the mood strikes him. He fires cannon ion blasts, when provoked and turns into a Pontiac Solstice, you can drive to the mall in, after a good fight. What a transformer!
This is the same guy that pulled on Superman's cape, when Matt and his buddies were having a superhero, mega-battles a few weeks ago, right in my family room. "Superhero" war, can be hell. It gets hard to tell the good guys from the bad, anymore.
Autobot Jazz is one of my son's main characters in his ever growing action figure collection. He is the first one to lead the battle and rarely runs from a fight.