- Generation 1 Stepper with Nebulan (1987)
- A Japan-exclusive black redeco of G1 Jazz/Meister by Takara. Nebulan was a remold of the Targetmaster Nightstick, which came with Cyclonus.
- The Autobot Hot Shot from Robots in Disguise was an homage to Stepper. Hot Shot's Japanese name was an homage to Stepper's fellow "classic" Targetmaster, Artfire (a retooling of Inferno).
- Given his matching color scheme to Stepper's, customizing Hot Shot to resemble G1 Jazz was popular before Universe Spy Changer Jazz was released.
- Generation 1 Collection TFC-15 Stepper with Nebulan (2004)
- The 2004 reissue by Takara came with Jazz's weapons that were not offered in the original release. In addition, the Nebulan figure was modified to fit Stepper's hands instead of just his shoulder.
- Generation 1 Commemorative Series IX Ricochet with Nightstick (2004)
- The U.S. release of the TFC-15 Stepper reissue had Stepper renamed Ricochet, while Nebulan was renamed Nightstick.
- Alternators Ricochet (2006)
- A redeco of Alternators Silverstreak with Ricochet's black and white color scheme, as well as his signature flames. Although the mold itself is the same as that used for Silverstreak. Along with Rollbar, Ricochet was one of the first Alternator characters to use the design of real US state license plates for the figure's vanity plate.
- United Deluxe Stepper with Nebulan (not yet released)
- A black redeco of Generations Deluxe Jazz with gold trim and flame decals. Comes with Targetmaster Nebulan, which is a remold of Nightstick from the Universe 2.0/Henkei! Henkei! Deluxe Cyclonus figure. To be sold as a mail-order exclusive by Million Hero Publishing with the purchase of the Transformers: Generations 2011 Vol. 2 book.
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Famous quotes containing the word toys:
“If there is a species which is more maltreated than children, then it must be their toys, which they handle in an incredibly off-hand manner.... Toys are thus the end point in that long chain in which all the conditions of despotic high-handedness are in play which enchain beings one to another, from one species to anothercruel divinities to their sacrificial victims, from masters to slaves, from adults to children, and from children to their objects.”
—Jean Baudrillard (b. 1929)
“If we had a reliable way to label our toys good and bad, it would be easy to regulate technology wisely. But we can rarely see far enough ahead to know which road leads to damnation. Whoever concerns himself with big technology, either to push it forward or to stop it, is gambling in human lives.”
—Freeman Dyson (b. 1923)
“Fashionable women regard themselves, and are regarded by men, as pretty toys or as mere instruments of pleasure; and the vacuity of mind, the heartlessness, the frivolity which is the necessary result of this false and debasing estimate of women, can only be fully understood by those who have mingled in the folly and wickedness of fashionable life ...”
—Sarah M. Grimke (17921873)