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In city mode, has helipad and fully equipped repair bays that can handle four vehicles at once. The Autobots also known as Cybertrons in Japan are the heroes in the Transformers toyline and related spin-off comics and cartoons. Amateur african twinks bareback. This time Dante catches the bullet in his teeth but leaves her be. Each tentacle is capable of moving at a speed of ninety feet per second and strike with the force of a jackhammer. She also convinced Iron Man to let her have a S. Wreck-Gar remains their prisoner for some time, and is even used as bait to lure Megatron and the Decepticons into an ambush.
Hecate flees and Brooklyn is returned to normal. He befriends an elderly African man named A. Nancy who loves stories. One night Herc is bitten by a bed bug that gives him spider powers, which he uses to fight crime.
She sends Spider-Herc against the X-Men, who were in town after fighting lizard people in the sewers. They try to reason with him, but he attacks them with the Sword of Peleus. Shortly after, the X-Men are trapped in a magic web, and the Greek goddess Arachne appears.
Instead of fighting, it is revealed that Arachne is very attracted to Herc's new form and they embrace, while the X-Men are forced to watch. While Arachne is preoccupied, A. Nancy breaks into his home and steals her mythical woven tapestry. He reveals himself as the African spider god Anansi , a collector of stories. Hercules is later cured of his spider transformation by Peter Parker, along with everyone else infected. Hercules is called upon to act as a guest instructor at Avengers Academy when most of the main faculty are preoccupied with the events of Avengers vs.
Tigra is shocked by his nakedness while demonstrating the ancient Greek art of wrestling and forces him to wear clothing. The school is suddenly visited by Captain America, who asks that the facility be used to hold the younger members of the X-Men until the fighting is over.
Kavita Rao and Madison Jeffries urge their students to comply with the Avengers, but many are resentful of the confinement. Hercules arranges an Olympic competition between the two schools in order to ease tensions and avoid an actual fight from taking place.
Hercules is defeated because Shaw is able to absorb the magic energy from his weapons. Hercules urges Tigra to let the kids join the fight if they want to, believing they had no right to hold them there against their will in the first place.
Some of the X-Men students remain at Avengers Academy while many join the fighting, and Hercules reflects that while the older generation has only found war, at least some of the kids were able to find peace. As part of the All-New, All-Different Marvel event, Hercules, isolated and shunned by the hero community, attempts to regain his reputation as a true hero and takes on the threats of the Uprising Storm, a group of new gods consisting of Catastrophobia: God of War, Horrorscope, and Cryptomnesia: God of Data as they plan to wipe out the old gods.
During the Civil War II storyline, Hercules is seen at a bar talking to Amadeus Cho, who has become the new Hulk, when the city is suddenly under attack and both spring into action. During the battle, while Amadeus helps the other heroes, Hercules encounters the Uprising Storm, who tell him of their plan to destroy the world and turn him into one of them by teasing him into believing that the other heroes don't want him anymore.
Back home, he confines his encounter to his friends and, after a pep talk from his landlady Sophia, decides to reunite the ancient heroes in order to battle the Uprising Storm. Upon gathering the ancient heroes, known as the Gods of War, Hercules informs them of the situation when the Uprising Storm suddenly show up.
They begin to battle, with the Uprising Storm getting the upper hand. In the middle of the fight, Hercules begins to destroy the city when Cryptomnesia uses the brand he placed on him to turn him into a God of Chaos, forcing the others to fight him while the Uprising Storm watch.
After a brief fight, the Gods of War inform the heroes of the Storm and the curse placed on Hercules, though they don't see them. Steve and Gilgamesh then go to free Hercules from the curse which Steve does by yelling "Avengers Assemble". After the brand disappears and the other heroes leave, Hercules informs his friends about the Storm's true intentions, total destruction, and that they must be stopped. Initially, the ritual has no effect until Horrorscope is defeated and killed by Ire and Lorelei, when she teleported to the apartment to kill them, while Catastrophobia and Cryptomnesia are killed by Gilgamesh and Hercules respectively.
After killing Cryptomnesia, Hercules is congratulated by Athena, who offers him a place in Olympus. Hercules turns it down so that he can continue to live on Earth as a true hero. After Hercules finds the child, the Avengers return from limbo and start fighting until Vision sends Wasp back in time to return baby Kang to his era.
They assemble the original Avengers from the past and join forces to attack Kang's alternate versions at the same time. After defeating Kang, each of the Avengers return to their timelines. During the Secret Empire storyline, Hercules appears as a member of the Underground which is a resistance movement against Hydra ever since they took over the United States. They later manage to escape while Ultron gives the team his fragment.
During a mission in Madripoor, Hercules got turned to stone by Gorgon though he managed to knock him down amongst his petrification. The heroes then battle Hydra's Avengers and a revived Bruce Banner as the Hulk until the base explodes. With the use of the Cosmic Cube fragment, they manage to help destroy the Planetary Defense Shield and the Darkforce dome over Manhattan and liberate all the imprisoned Inhumans.
While attacking Hydra forces at the Capitol, the Underground are surprised by Steve Rogers, who was wearing a Cosmic Cube-powered armor. They're later signaled by Sam and Thor, who received a call about a supervillain attack, and spring into action. They battle a group of decommissioned Sentinels while out at a West Hollywood nightclub. When the Human Torch starts losing his powers he asks Hercules for advice on how to restore them. Hercules had recently found a way to get his own powers back after losing them fighting the Chaos King.
Johnny and the Thing find him at a bar in Brooklyn drinking non-alcoholic beer. He tells them about how he was healed by a scientist named Rachna Koul. He takes them to her secret lab located somewhere in the forests of Colorado where she explains that she was able to repair the biological conduit connecting Herc to the source of his godly power.
Hercules possesses the typical powers of an Olympian god, including superhuman strength, durability, speed, reflexes, stamina and endurance. He is the strongest of the Olympians, being capable of feats such as lifting and hurling a giant sequoia tree, smashing rocks to powder,  sealing an entire cliff around an opponent with his bare hands,  knocking out a yellow-crested Titan,  and dragging the island of Manhattan  though this was later retconned to be merely a boast he had made, and not a genuine feat  .
He can withstand blows from Thor,  and possesses a complete resistance to high caliber bullets. Hercules is highly skilled in archery , boxing , Greco-Roman wrestling and claims to have invented the martial art Pankration. As an Olympian, he is resistant to all earthly diseases, possesses a healing factor, immortality, and also has some immunity to magic. However, his strength can be taken by significant Olympian magic, such as that of Zeus.
Hercules sacrificed his godly powers to save humanity in the wake of the Chaos War, and was completely powerless. Despite this, he retained his exceptional physical condition compared to a normal human, incredible skills in archery and hand-to-hand combat and access to magical weapons and items that help in battle.
They were later revealed to have been restored through scientific means. Later he participates in a multi-zombie attack on the castle of Doctor Doom. There were human Latverians inside. Dead Days he appears in the S. Helicarrier as one of the heroes who survived the zombie plague. Later, he is seen in the ruins of New York. He is one of the many casualties in the conflict waged against the Silver Surfer ; he is crushed to death by the zombiefied version of Hulk when he tries to get Silver Surfer's head from his mouth.
An alternate universe version of Hercules stars in a humorous limited series titled Hercules , which depicts the adventures of Hercules in the 24th century. Banished from Olympus by Zeus in order to learn humility, Hercules travels into deep space where he meets the Rigellians who loan him Recorder After adventures on several planets, Hercules arrives in the Omacron star system where he confronts the cosmic entity Galactus and, after being completely humbled, manages to save the world Galactus intended to devour.
This was followed by a second series with a darker tone. Set forty-one years after the first series, Hercules and Recorder meet and eventually befriend an alien Skrull called Skyppi initially using his shapeshifting abilities to pose as a gorgeous human female. The demigod and his allies then face a cosmic version of the hero Red Wolf and a villain - devoted to the Titan Thanos - who breaks into the tomb of Kree hero Captain Marvel and steals the character's Nega-Bands.
Hercules eventually returns to Olympus, and after a battle with Zeus who has apparently gone insane and killed the other Olympian gods proves he has learned humility by sparing Zeus's life.
Zeus reveals the other gods are not dead, but now exist on another place of existence where Zeus himself will also reside. Hercules is advised that he is now free of his past, and that the character can found his own dynasty. Hercules and Skyppi next appeared in a 5-page back-up story in an issue of the reprint series Marvel Tales.
The trio are captured by Emperor Arimathes, who turns out to be a son Hercules never knew existed, the product of one of his romantic adventures in the first limited series. Having been manipulated all his life by his bitter and vengeful mother, Arimathes is a cruel tyrant and Hercules must do what he can to prevent a war and save his son from his destructive path.
The final adventure of this version of Hercules was presented in a third limited series, Hercules: Twilight of a God. Set 75 years after the events of the first limited series, this story introduces the three grandchildren of Hercules, a new alien Silver Surfer, and the Galactus Black Hole that threatens all life in the galaxy. The fates of Skyppi, Recorder and Arimathes are revealed as Hercules sacrifices himself to stop the expansion of the galactic threat and, in doing so, alters the destiny of both himself and Galactus.
In the alternate universe MC2 imprint title A-Next , Hercules is one of the last of the original Avengers alive and has a son named Argo the Almighty , who aids the next generation of Avengers.
In issue 10 it is shown that when the pair revealed their relationship, Zeus banished them into the pit of Tartarus as he is the only god allowed to consort with mortals. Though Fury states that Hercules is an actual god, Monica Chang doubts this claim. A number of Hercules's stories have been collected into individual volumes:. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses of Hercules in comics, see Hercules comics. This article or section appears to be slanted towards recent events.
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Chthon Gaea Gibborim Oshtur Set. Hologram gun projects 3-dimensional grid laser-light topographical maps. Vulnerable to thermal and electromagnetic interference. Early script for Transformers: The Movie shows him being blown up by Megatron , but this didn't make the final cut. Mirage is not thrilled about being an Autobot freedom fighter. Prefers hunting turbofoxes on Cybertron with his high-priced friends.
Effective fighter, more effective intelligence gatherer. Electro-disrupter can cast illusions altering his physical placement and appearance for up to 6 minutes. Expert marksman with armor-piercing rocket-dart hunting rifle. Unsure of Autobot cause The Movie shows his dead body as the Decepticons retreated from Autobot City , but this didn't make the final cut.
Trailbreaker makes light of any situation, no matter how serious. Practical joker and cheerleader, but considers himself a liability to Autobots since he consumes the most fuel. Lacks self-esteem and often asks to be left behind. Projects nearly impenetrable invisible force-field. Can jam radio transmissions. Often mopes about his handicaps, but his bravery and defensive prowess is unquestioned.
The complete egotist, Sunstreaker thinks he is the most beautiful thing on Earth. Loves his sleek styling, contemptuous of other Autobot race cars. Tough polymer-steel skin resists artillery. Not a team player. Can be baited into dangerous situations, but is a very calm, competent and ruthless war machine. He was last seen helping Kup put up the barricades in " The Transformers: It's unknown whether or not he made it back to Autobot City in time.
Bluestreak often talks incessantly and inanely. Lightens the situation for all Autobots with his good-natured manner. Despite formidable weaponry and blazing speed, he hates war. Haunted by memory of Decepticons destroying his home-city.
Fires bombs up to 8. Often inhibited by his disdain for combat. Bluestreak takes the form of a modified Nissan ZX, the year can be identified by the use of a T-bar roof and he is Naturally Aspirated because of the design of his wheels.
Appears in Dinobot Island Part 1. First speaks in Dinobot Island Part 2. Survived battle of Autobot City in " The Transformers: The Movie " but did not make final cut. Called "lousy Earth-lover" by some fellow Autobots because he prefers sleek Earth car form to original robot form.
Thinks they're jealous of his good looks but they feel struggle against Decepticons should be his top concern. As car or robot uses launcher to fire heat-seeking incendiary missiles 60 miles. Has blinding black beam gun. First speaks in The Master Builder. Seen briefly in The Transformers: On Cybertron his buildings are considered works of art On Earth his ideas limited by war. Takes pride in his work, prone to severe depression if they're destroyed in battle.
As crane can lift up to ton object and position it with precision and grace. As robot has high-temperature arc-welder rifle Prone to breakdown in vehicle mode. Dinobot Island Part 1. The Revenge of Bruticus. The scene was cut out of the Battle of Autobot City. But appeared later in Victory. Paranoia makes him good at his job When his sensors are activated, thinks trouble is coming.
Can trigger alarms in other Autobots. Fast in vehicular mode. Carries mile range rocket launcher and particle beam rifle. Prone to rash judgements which can lead to injury to himself and comrades. In the original Storyboards for Transformers: The Movie , it was Smokescreen who lay dead, rather than Wheeljack Though Wheeljack's corpse is painted with Smokescreen's color scheme when Springer enters the room before the shot changes to focus on Arcee moving Windcharger's body.
Later seen in Transformers: Whether engaged in raging battle or friendly conversation, an ulterior purpose usually exists. Job is to lead enemy astray. Sneaky, but charming and affable In car mode, emits thick smoke from tailpipe In robot mode, shoots missiles which wreak havoc on enemy aircraft radar and guidance systems Jovial, enjoys job and is good at it — will find any problem, from engine overhaul to smallest leaky gasket.
As robot, very strong Full spectrum multi-sensor behind his head determines an object's composition, density, tensile strength, energy properties. Dinobots Island Part 1. Scramble City, but was credited in " The Transformers: Often distracted from performing his job to engage in combat. Can do anything Earth fire trucks can in vehicular mode.
Extinguisher rifle shoots flame-suppressing foam and an energy damping beam to counter other beams. Doesn't follow orders well, not very mobile as robot. Considers Earth one vast lab for his research. His findings are often invaluable to fellow Autobots. Enormous memory storage capacity. Carries a liquid nitrogen rifle with foot range. Twin electron blaster of 20, volts can short-circuit almost anything. First speaks in S. Appeared to be dead and found by Arcee in The Transformers: But appeared in Call of the Primitives as a background character.
Windcharger is the fastest Autobot over short distances. Good in situations requiring fast, decisive action. Casts powerful magnetic fields which can attract or repel large metal objects. Smashes them at closer distances. These abilities use up tremendous energy.
Often burns himself out due to carelessness. Killed by Megatron in gun mode, held by Starscream , in Transformers: The Movie Appeared in Carnage in C-minor as an animation error. To Brawn, Earth is essentially a hostile environment — and he loves it. Strong, rugged, agile — the most macho of all Autobots.
Sorry for those not as tough as himself. Second strongest Autobot — can lift , pounds and knock down a small building with one punch. High resistance to artillery fire. Vulnerable to attack by electromagnetic waves. He was last seen helping Kup put up barricades in the film. He received offscreen damage and was mentioned dead by Daniel Witwicky in Dark Awakening.
Huffer is cynical, hard-boiled and pessimistic. Not too sociable, but absolutely reliable. Arm sensors can test materials for strength, heat resistance, elasticity, etc. Superior mathematical and geometrical abilities. Often unhappy and homesick for Cybertron. Gears is anti-social, a self-proclaimed misfit.
Finds fault in everything and everyone. Acts this way to help cheer others up as they try to cheer him up. Tremendous strength and endurance. Totes heavy loads long distances. Launches to height of 20 miles, floats down on compressed air.
Becomes an easy target due to limited maneuverability. Ghost in the Machine. Thinks he is more impressive than his comrades do Vain — upset by even the smallest scratch to his gun barrel. Shoots explosives, thermal, cryogenic, acid, sonic shells. Great strength, but helpless if upended. Dinobot Island Part 2. Thief in the Night. Displays a zest for his job unmatched by fellow Autobots. Loves the ocean and its creatures Loves the thrill of naval battle.
Can go knots, mile range. Has sonar radar and underwater and surface-to-air lasers, also used in robot mode. Wheels allow limited land travel. Not too strong or mobile as robot. Carries small concussion bombs Gets into more troubles with enemy planes than he can handle.
Five Faces of Darkness Part 5. No interest in warfare; prefers long, lone trips into deserts and along coasts Cool-headed, low-key, personable — what Earthlings call "laid-back".
Fights when called upon despite anti-war feelings. Range of miles Sensors can determine chemical composition of land and find needed resources. Susceptible to mental stress.
Megatron's Master Plan Part 2. Lonely in outer space Can achieve Earth orbit, even go to Moon and back with enough fuel. Acts as communications satellite Has pinpoint accuracy, high-powered particle beam. Not well-suited to function on ground as robot.
Five Faces of Darkness Part 1. Thinks going by the book is going the long way. Doesn't follow plans — or roads! Cuts across parking lots, sidewalks, backyards to get where he is going. Carries turret-mounted mortar cannon that shoots armour-piercing shells.
Forever Is a Long Time Coming. Fascinated by seemingly worthless Earthen gadgetry — carrot juicers, musical wrist-watches, electrical hair combers, etc.. Collects them in unused corner of Ark, creating a mini museum of American consumerisim. Twin exhaust pipes emit corrosive gases that can dissolve 2" thick steel slab in 10 minutes. If Autobots had drivers licenses, his would have been revoked.
A menace on highways. Doesn't pay attention to where he is going or the orders he is being given — easily distracted by anything. Hands' sensors can determine physical and chemical properties of metals.
Gets into lots of accidents. Five Faces of Darkness Part 5 , only appearance. Garages are prisons to him Uses ferrocobalt magnet under hood to be pulled by and within a few feet of other vehicles, reducing his fuel use to near zero. Fire in the Sky. Day of the Machines. A ship that looks like Skyfire was seen and destroyed in "Dark Awakening".
It is unknown if this was really Skyfire. Adds twin scramjet modules and liquid hydrogen fuel tanks to escape Earth's gravity. Flies halfway around the world in 30 minutes.
Carries 4 particle-beam cannons and heat-seeking photon missiles. Prone to mechanical failures due to advanced technology. Finds all Earth music interesting, but it's rock'n'roll — good, hard and loud — that really sparks his circuits. In the forefront of any situation he is involved in. Acts as Autobot communications center Carries electro-scrambler gun that disrupts electrical devices.
The Face of Nijika. Unquenchable thirst for knowledge Main role is to study the best ways the Autobots can adapt to Earth.
Scientific specialties are metallurgy, molecular chemistry, electrical engineering. As microscope, capable of powerful magnification.
Lens barrel converts to powerful light cannon. Carries concussion rifle in robot mode. Lenses are his weakest part.
Base with Tank and Rocket ship. The Big Broadcast of The ultimate defense force! Great strength, even greater courage. Protects the Ark and all else vital to his cause. As robot, can shatter a mountainside, lift , tons with clawed arm, destroy 12" steel cube with plasma blaster arm. Has head-mounted laser cannon. Can transform to laser cannon tank and launching pad with rocket. Rocket can achieve planetary orbit.
The Gambler , only appearance. Helped Smokescreen save the Autobots from certain death. The Search for Alpha Trion. One of the original creations of the Cybertronian super-computer Vector Sigma. Was once known as A3 in his earliest days.
Was the guardian of the Matrix of Leadership when it had no bearer and was the one who created Optimus Prime. His body is lifeless but his spirit remains in Vector Sigma as well as the Matrix of Leadership.
Doesn't like transforming into carrier or jet — gets seasick on water, has fear of heights. Effective, valiant warrior, but other Autobots wish he wouldn't gripe so much. Projects 80, volt electric field around himself in jet mode. Has high-energy plasma-pulse gun and shattering vibro-ax in robot mode. The Return of Optimus Prime Part 1. Startlingly versatile, staggeringly strong, the Autobots last line of defense Extremely modest about his achievements In robot mode, he can lift 70, tons, has shoulder-mounted twin high-energy maser cannons and omni-directional receiving and transmitting antenna.
In city mode, has helipad and fully equipped repair bays that can handle four vehicles at once. Left rear tower transforms into tank, Slammer, who has rocket-propelled mortar cannon.
Scamper is sports car with side mounted electro-blasters; transforms into robot, uses high-energy particle beam pistol. Six-gun is small robot, has ion-pulse rifles for arms, twin surface-to-air guided missile launchers on back, acetylene pistol. In battle station mode, uses all these weapons and twin disrupter rays, laser lances, powerful anti-matter projectors. Fearless, daring, believes himself to be superior to many of his fellow Autobots. Shell-resistant and steel-reinforced hull can withstand enemy bombardment and extreme temperature variations.
Possesses solar powered auxiliary engines. Acetylene blaster inside cockput shoots degree flames. The Rebirth Part 1. The Rebirth Part 2. Punch, the Autobot, transforms into Counterpunch, the Decepticon, to infiltrate enemy installations. Cool-headed, a robot of few words, reveals little of his true self to either side. Maximum car mode speed: Uses twin mortar launcher in Autobot mode, photon cannon in Decepticon mode.
Always takes death-defying risks. Anything less than dangerous is boring to him. In battle, gets close enough to count the bolts in Decepticon armor plates. As helicopter and buggy, he is adept at using rotors and exhaust to whip up blinding clouds of dust and sand.
Carries sandblaster gun that shoots streams of silicate particles that can erode anything. Created by Wheeljack and Ratchet in S.
Leader of the Dinobots. Of all the Dinobots, he is the most fearsome and powerful one. Although dedicated to the Autobot cause, resents authority.
Cold, merciless, but a valiant warrior. Has contempt for the weak, including all humans. Great strength, uses jaws to break almost anything in two. Carries energon sword and galaxial rocket launcher in Dinobot mode. Other than arrogance and lack of speed, has no real weakness. Enjoys melting enemies into pools of liquid metal. Like his fellow Dinobots, resents authority. Doesn't take any orders that don't come from Grimlock.
Disruptive — often brawls with comrades. Shoots degrees Celsius flame up to 80 feet from mouth. Enormous strength — can shatter a brick building with head. Uses electron blaster in Dinobot mode. Rash, not too bright. Likes to make presence known — a footstep can be heard and felt in a 3-mile radius.
Gentle and shy, but terrifying and unstoppable in battle. Like other Dinobots, dislikes authority. Can exert 40, psi via feet — enough to shatter a bridge. Immense strength and endurance. Adept at fighting in water, swamp, and jungle. Slow, not too clever — often victim of the calamities he causes.
Created by Wheeljack and Ratchet in War of the Dinobots. An unhappy loner of few words and fewer opinions. Finds joy only in battle.
Hates his Dinobot form, longs to return to Cybertron. Large golden plates on spinal assembly are solar collectors Tail can shatter 20 foot concrete cube. Armored hide resists most missiles. Vulnerable to nighttime attacks due to his weaker state.
Mysteriously absent from The TF Movie, despite Hal Rayle being present during production to voice another one of his characters, Shrapnel. Enjoys watching enemies scatter before him as he dives down from sky This Dinobot's kind, good-natured side disguised by his horrifying form TNT, 8 mile range. As robot, uses launchers and degrees Celsius thermal sword. Fragile wings vulnerable to enemy firepower. Brave, grimly determined warrior, but he struggles to maintain that image in order to hide his phobia.
Selected by Optimus Prime to command so he'd be too busy worrying about others to worry about himself. In jet mode, speed of Mach 1. Carries electrostatic battery that releases bolt of up to , volts through his nose cone. Uses electrostatic discharger rifle in robot mode. Prefers streaking into a cluster of Decepticons to shooting at them from long range Flies at Mach 2. Carries air-to-air heat-seeking missiles, uses torque rifle whose beam applies 80, psi of rotational force.
He will not ever win a Mr. Popularity contest — incessant braggart, takes credit for exploits of other Autobots. Optimus Prime is supportive since he is hard-working and loyal, but he secretly lacks self-confidence. Vertical-take-off-and-landing aircraft, flies at Mach 1.
Sharpshooter — has twin mortar cannons as jet, neutron rifle as robot. Would rather read about jet fighters than be one Can, within the limits of his design, duplicate the flying motion of anything he sees Carries laser guided missiles and uses nega-gun that crumbles objects by breaking molecular bonds. Prone to mid-air stalls.
If Aerialbots needed pilots' licenses, he'd never have gotten his Doesn't pay attention to where he is going since he is too busy marvelling at scenery. Carries flammable "fire-fog" missiles, uses photon displacer gun that affects sight by distorting light waves. The Key to Vector Sigma Part 2. A fierce and frightful fighting machine. Suppresses thought of the five Aerialbots that comprise him, directs his thinking to one purpose: Can demolish a battleship with one blow.
Uses electrostatic discharger rifle. Difficult for him to adapt to new situations or be innovative due to limited mental functions. Nothing escapes his notice Clever and determined — nothing deters him from seeking his prey — except an empty fuel tank. As car, has powerful double-mounted air-compressor cannon with 50 mile range; as robot uses blinding photon pistol. Sometimes overheats as car.
Harley Davidson Tour Glide Motorcycle. A full tank, clear skies, open road — that's all he wants out of life. Relaxed, easy going, happy wherever he is. Pacifist — difficult for him to accept his role as part of the Protectobot team.
Uses twin vaporators, which shoot mists of oxidizing, freezing, and corrosive liquids; and photon pistol. First appeared in The Revenge of Bruticus. First spoke in Surprise Party. Hates seeing any machine in pain — even those who don't know it, like a broken street lamp or an overheated car. Compassionate, cautious — will restrict an Autobot to repair bay for faulty directional signal. Carries dual-barrelled decrystallizer cannon — weakens metal by disrupting crystal-line structure — and photon pistol.
Fists shoot laser beams used for welding in surgery. Mitsubishi Fuso Fire Truck. First spoke in B. Likes to be where the action is. Believes in being maximally operational every moment of one is life. His fire truck hose shoots high-pressure water feet. As robot, can press 60, pounds, uses fireball cannons that shoot bursts of degrees F.
Basically a street fighter — prefers using rotor blades for slashing Decepticons rather than for flying. Considers long-range air attacks unsporting, cowardly. Twin launchers fire "smart" rockets that seek targets based on encoded computer images.
Views humans as if they were his own children — will expend his last drop of fuel to protect them. Seeks human friendship, but humans fear his hulking, mechanical form. Can lift , pounds with one hand.
Impervious to most artillery, can surround himself with force field for brief periods. Marlene Aragon and Samantha Newark Ariel. Formerly known as Ariel, Elita One is a devoted Autobot and powerful warrior, fearless in the face of the enemy, but compassionate to those who need her help.
She is eternally in love with the heroic Optimus Prime. Chromia is a soldier under the command of Elita One and seems to function as a second-in-command for her, leading the rest of the team when Elita's not around.
She is brave, hard as nails and, not surprisingly, in a relationship with Ironhide. She has also taken over from Firestar as Flareup's mentor when the latter turned out to be better suited to more offense-oriented tasks. Firestar is one of the members of Elita One's Autobot resistance and specialized in rescue missions. Amongst her colleagues, Moonracer is the joy and the laughter.
She worries that others, either friends or enemies, don't take her seriously and dismiss her as simply being cute. But she will show them. She will show them she too can be hardcore, according to Powerglide , Moonracer is the best sharpshooter in the galaxy, according to herself, she is the best in the Universe.
Beta is one of the earliest known female autobots, though the last to appear in the cartoon. She used to work with Alpha Trion back on Cybertron during the time of the Autobot's Rebellion against the Quintessons.
Created by Grimlock in Grimlock's New Brain. He makes enemy fortifications look like walls of Swiss cheese by the time he is finished with them. Slow and methodical — weathers artillery fire with the same calm he endures criticism of his apparent laziness. In vehicle mode, durabyllium — steel alloy drill can pierce almost any material; 2 rocket-propelled missiles use vidicon cameras to lock onto targets.
In robot mode, has X-ray laser pistol. He longs to be reconstructed into an interstellar spacecraft so he can explore the vast gulfs of space, feels he is a prisoner of gravity in his present form. Has twin infra-red scope missile launchers.
In robot mode has blinding light-burst gun. He never looks at his targets before he shoots since he never aims—he just sprays artillery in all directions as soon as he arrives. High-strung, unnerved by quiet, expert marksman.
In vehicle mode, maximum ground speed: Carries twin automatic light-pulse blasters. In robot mode, uses heat-ray rifle. Leader of the Technobots. A brawling, bragging berserker Calls those who disapprove of his methods 'tinplated bucketheads. In vehicle and battle station modes, has electron pulse cannon in nosecone; array of sonic, thermal and artillery shell guns. In robot mode, has rounds-per-minute automatic acid-pellet gun.
Quick to anger, even quicker to attack. Defiant, uncooperative, nasty tempered. Tires secrete adhesive that enables him to drive up most walls. Carries 2 laser-guided incendiary missiles, rapid-fire plasma pulse cannon. In robot mode, uses semi-automatic sonic blaster pistol. He always makes the right choice They sometimes merge to figure out great tasks. Has great strength, equipped with data processing, communications, radar equipment.
Uses Scattershot's automatic acid-pellet gun. Chooses his words with great care and precision—when Computron talks, everyone listens. Impatient, overeager, usually ten miles down the road before other Throttlebots have shifted into gear.
Likes to brag about past exploits and future conquests. Excellent vision—can see long distances in three directions at the same time. Possesses an array of radar dishes positioned under roof in car mode. Prone to drive shaft and transmission problems. The Throttlebot's self-appointed comedian.
Specializes in insulting others, but gets angry when others make fun of him. His car radio intercepts and decodes enemy radio broadcasts, transmits erroneous ones instead. Uses sonic land mines, magnetic homing grenades, rusting agents, etc.
At times he laughs so hard at his jokes he blows internal circuits and disables himself. After Bumblebee was badly damaged while fighting a hate-plague infected Superion, he was rebuilt as a Throttlebot by a Quintesson who was aiding the Autobots at the time. The newly brought back to life Optimus Prime gave Bumblebee his new name Goldbug due to his new look.
As Goldbug, he has the mind of the Autobot Bumblebee, but with a new, improved body. More serious, assertive, mature than he was. Realizes what others think of him isn't nearly as important as what he thinks of himself. Adaptable to underwater, cold and hot environments. Can withstand temperatures from to degrees Fahrenheit. Impulsive, loves to take chances, put his life on the line.
Speaks in corny, macho cliches, which unintentionally elicits laughter from the other Throttlebots. Extremely agile in jeep mode; can go into flips and rolls with very little loss in speed. Has built-in chemical sensors, radiation detectors, audio and video recorders to assist his tracking. A creature of the night.
Cruises the Earth with the curiosity of a cat. Nothing is too insignificant or irrelevant to escape his notice. Quiet, serious; a loner. Top row of headlights equipped with stereoscopic digital video cameras, spectroscopic chemical analyzer, and radiation detector.
Bottom lights can produce strobe effect, full color spectrum with blinding 10, watt brightness. Usually he is so dirty you'd think he sweated grease, but he is a neatness fanatic.
Vain and superficial—judges others on appearances. Uses spare time to work on his polish. Can haul up to 1,, pounds. Uses hands and tires' sensors to find new sources of raw materials. Unusually susceptible to rust, an embarrassment given his pride in his appearance. His confidence borders on arrogance—can hit targets blindfolded, from memory.
Resents his twin laser cannon, Spoilsport, since he needs no help from Sureshot to shoot, and never asks for any. Spoilsport likes to shoot and show off on his own. The two only cooperate when their lives depend on it. In vehicle mode, Sureshot's maximum speed: He is a somber, no-nonsense sort, weary from millions of years of war on Cybertron. Believes words can do more harm than weapons, so he has few to offer. Understands the reason for the Autobot-Nebulan alliance, but disapproves of it.
Peacemaker, his stereophonic sonic blaster, is a Nebulan law enforcement official who's trying, but failing, to persuade Pointblank to be more accommodating. Meticulous, cautious, some would say overcautious—will not take a shot unless he is sure he cannot miss Pinpointer, his dual rocket-propelled grenade launcher, can lock on target in less than. In vehicle mode, maximum speed: The only way to get him to follow advice is to persuade him to come up with the idea himself.
Stubborn, doesn't talk much. Binary-bonded to Duros, a Nebulan who loves a battle as much as he does. In tank mode, maximum speed: Has MM laser-guided gun that shoots incendiary, sonic and explosive shells. In robot mode, has 2 shatterblasters that shoot diamond-hard shards. Spent several thousand years crunching numbers at Cybertron's Institute for Higher Programming before a Decepticon attack reduced it to a pile of smoking microchips.
Binary-bonded to Stylor, an egotistical Nebulan more concerned with personal appearance than warfare. In car mode, maximum speed: Hood-mounted infra-red range finder automatically targets roof-mounted dual lasers. So full of ideas that he often begins disclosing a new one before he finishes explaining an old one. Worked with the mysterious Nebulan medical doctor, Arcana, to whom he is binary-bonded, to devise new technology that created the Headmasters.
In jet mode, maximum speed: In robot mode, carries high-energy photon pulse cannons. Sometimes overheats and shorts out sections of his cerebro-circuitry. To him, warfare is barbaric, worthy of only the most primitive Uses big words no one else understands. Binary-bonded to Gort, a cheerful, courageous young Nebulan. In helicopter mode, maximum speed: In robot mode, uses 2 corrosive acid rainmaker rifles.
War-weary Autobot who must be repeatedly persuaded to join the others. Eventually became a Headmaster with Spike as his counterpart. The Rebirth Part 3 , only appearance. Valiant, courageous, a warrior without peer Fights only out of necessity; believes all violence is ultimately pointless and counterproductive.
Transforms to battle station and city modes. Armed with twin laser-guided mortars on legs, heat-seeking dual laser blasters, and fusion-powered photon rifle. Has communications, detection, and repair equipment.
Controls two armored vehicles, Gasket and Grommet, which combine to form Cog. Head transforms to semi-autonomous Cerebros, who is binary-bonded to the Nebulan leader, Spike. Dune Buggy Fastlane , Jet Cloudraker. Cloudraker often acts frustrated, cannot reach escape velocity and achieve orbit.
Extreme claustrophobe — feels the sky isn't big enough for him. Usually flies as high as he can. Terrified of being on the ground. In vehicle mode, uses 2 gravity-rod rifles to cause objects to float away or crash to the ground. Fastlane is a bit immature, sometimes acts like a thrill-seeking show-off, enjoys looking for new ways to get his kicks.
Usually makes reckless driving a way of life. In robot mode, carries two sonic boom rifles; one blast can shatter foot-thick steel. Wreck-Gar is the leader of the Junkions, a race of junk robots, which live on the planet also named Junkion.
He is made of rusted scraps, chassis bits, manifold parts, and dented odd and ends. A little scatterbrained, he speaks in odd-rhyming, pieced together sentences. His words are a junkyard collection of broadcast fragments from TV commercials and radio jingles. In robot mode he carries an armor axe and a decelerator laser that inhibits an enemy robot's flow of cerebal impulses.
When blasted he transforms from motorcycle to robot mode back and forth so fast continuously that it repairs himself. Wreck-Gar and his fellow Junkions have allied themselves with the Autobots. Junkyard also known as Junkheap is the public face of the Junkion commerce, and often sells used and refurbished components and items to other civilizations.
Unlike most Junkions who are always quoting TV and media, and can be very hard to understand if you are not a Junkion, Junkyard usually speaks in plain English. Junkyard is also very good at identifying the needs of his customers, and is very good in business, and is a skilled technician, and does not like to fight in battle. Scrapheap is a youthful and rebellious Junkion, whose average day consists of non-stop television marathons, rummaging through trash, and the occasional knock-down dragout motorcycle rally-slash slugfest.
He often finds hidden treasures picking through the trash piles of refuse of his homeworld, but that's not what he wants to spend his life doing. He sees a career on his homeworld as an inventor as his ticket off his planet, and he is not above lying, stealing, and cheating to get what he needs to make it happen. Nancy is a Junkion who appears to be the consort of the Junkion leader Wreck-Gar, and is the only known female Junkion.
Nancy also seems to have some sort of relationship with Wreck-Gar as well, perhaps a romantic one. The only transformer with a human name, she spends countless hours watching TV, and like all Junkions, she can be blasted to pieces without taking any noticeable permanent damage, and is capable of repairing herself within seconds. Turned into Galvatron in The Transformers: Megatron combines brute strength, military cunning, ruthlessness and terror. Aches to return to Cybertron to complete the Decepticon conquest, but only after destroying all Autobots on Earth.
Plans to possess all of Earth's resources. Incredibly powerful and intelligent. Fires particle beam fusion cannon. Can link up interdimensionally to a black hole and draw anti-matter from it for use as a weapon. Megatron has no known weakness. It is said Soundwave can hear a fly sneeze. Uses anything he hears for blackmail to advance his status. Despised by all other Decepticons. Sensors can detect even lowest energy radio transmissions.
Able to read minds by monitoring electrical brain impulses. Acts as radio link for others. Locates and identifies Autobots, then informs Decepticons. Carries a concussion blaster gun. Often target of retaliation by his comrades. Early scripts for the movie say he was killed during Unicron's attack on Cybertron but the scene didn't make the final cut.
Cold, brutal, scientific approach to war. Loyal to Megatron, he was left in charge of Cybertron when Megatron left. As laser gun, can emit lethal beams of energy from anywhere on the electromagnetic spectrum: Flies in laser gun or robot mode. High fuel use, but can be powered by nuclear sources. Often confounded by initiative, emotional thinking. Turned into one of the two Cyclonus type space jets in The Transformers: Was seen in Starscream's coronation due to an animation error; most likely one of several scene mispaints by the cel colorists.
Skywarp is the first Transformer to awaken on Earth, and he is the sneakiest of all Decepticons. Enjoys playing cruel pranks on fellow Decepticons and appearing out of nowhere to attack Autobots. Would be useless without Megatron's supervision. Can instantly teleport up to 2. Carries heat-seeking missiles and variable-calibre machine guns. Killed by Galvatron in The Transformers: Later revived by Unicron in Ghost in the Machine.
Seeks to replace Megatron as leader. Ruthless, cold-blooded, and treacherous. Considers himself the most sophisticated and handsome of Decepticons. Believes Decepticons should rely more on guile and speed rather than brute force to defeat Autobots. Fastest flyer of group, can reach Mach 2. Shoots cluster bombs and null-rays which disrupts the flow of electricity. Very good at what he does, but sometimes overrates himself. Turned into Scourge in The Transformers: Thundercracker is contemptuous of anything that cannot fly.
Not totally convinced of the Decepticons' cause, but they've persuaded him to continue battling the Autobots. Equipped with powerful drone rockets and incendiary guns. Doubts about his cause sometimes impedes his effectiveness.
Loves to observe things: Likes to blackmail his associates and is impressed with his own ability.