(Profile Translated from the instruction manual)
If one word represents Skull, it’s “hooligan”. To stop his rampages, Wipe is occasionally forced to put him to sleep with hypnotism. His steel jaws are incredibly strong, being able to tear through any metal; his partner drone Butler is always close by to provide dental maintenance. Butler also has a special ability to use captured Head Masters to transform into a dinosaur mode.
STR...10; INT...8; SPD...3; END...10; RNK...5; CRG...9; FBL...5; SKL...6
LG-22 Skull like many of the Legends figures features two names on the packaging; in English he is named Skullcruncher, in Japanese text he is named Skull. Skull is based on the 1987 Headmasters cartoon version and comes with a different head than Hasbro's version.
In alligator mode Skull is quite poseable because of the head and opening jaws. There is a section in the alligators back where the Headmaster sits with a soft plastic door. Due to the soft plastic however, the door will not close firmly.
Robot mode is a very faithful representation and update of Skull from the cartoon, however this is the only positive in robot mode. I'm aware of loose legs with the Hasbro version, my version doesn't have loose hips but the thighs are loose enough to make it struggle to stand upright. The right forearm also has a habit of popping off when you turn it which unfortunately is part of the transformation, the left forearm has no issues.
Skullcruncher (Hasbro, 1987)