He's a blue and white repaint of Wave 1's Dragstrip, so he transforms from a F1 style race car, to a leg, an arm and a robot.
He comes with a silver Hand/Foot/Gun and a weird sword gun. I hate the gun. It's got nice detail on it and as a sword it looks and works perfectly. As a gun it has a major problem. The gun handle is angled (at 45 degrees?) and it does not work with this mold. Mirage can't hold it properly.
At the time of writing this review I haven't modified it but I'll be looking into it. I'd like to keep the ability to use it in both modes but I'll gladly sacrifice one of them if I have to. As an example I gave Mirage in both robot mode and car mode to Slick (aka Mrs Stu) and even with her limited toy experience she was frustrated by it.
The H/F/G works well though.
He's got some good articulation and robot mode shows off some nice sculpted detail. You also get a good look at his head here (obviously), it's a good sculpt and they added a soul patch.
Ok it's meant to be a chin but it looks like a soul patch to me. The articulation is pretty normal compared to the other CW Deluxes, nothing really gets in the way and (on mine) all of the joints are fairly tight. Obviously I have issues with the gun/sword but lets not get into that again. I generally peg his H/F/G into his shoulder peg, I don't feel the need to use it as a gun and I've not really got any other use for it ala Streetwise and Rook.
I'll be honest I don't have a lot to say about this figure in any of his modes. It's a pretty good figure but there really isn't much to say about him. The only reason I reviewed him is that I'd done two of the other Wave 4 Deluxes and if I get Sunstreaker (oh lord help me) I'll review him to.
Ok I'm done. Next week, who knows what/who I'll review?
He sometimes takes epic trips and tells tales of these sagas often.
When not watching people in spandex fight each other he paints miniatures, go HERE to take a look.