What makes Laserbeak’s personality really shine is his fantastic articulation. He has a hinged jaw and his head sits on a segmented neck that’s connected with four ball joints. His tail works in a similar fashion with three ball joints and a hinge on the end for the double blades. Laserbeak’s hips are ball joints connected to a swivel. He has double jointed knees and ball jointed ankles. The bases of Laserbeak’s wings are a swivel hinge joint, while the feathery parts are made up of five different swivel joints each.
Laserbeak comes with two ridiculously oversized guns. Both of which have pegs and can be plugged into the tops or bottoms of his wings, the top or bottom of his nose cone, and the bottoms of both his feet. These two guns also have the “MechTech” ability and can combine to create a gigantic rifle, which looks even more comical attached to him in either form.
If I had to suggest one figure from the Dark of the Moon line, it would definitely be Laserbeak. His birdlike proportions and extreme amount of articulation give him a great personality and make him tremendously fun to just play around with and pose. Plus he’s a giant robotic vulture-chicken that looks great terrorizing your other figures.