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Decepticons beware! The Autobot leader's taking time from his busy schedule to visit Entertainer stores around the UK. Optimus will be visiting The Entertainer. Jazz is a fictional robot superhero character from the Transformers robot superhero franchise. He is usually portrayed as a music-loving robot and speaks in slang. He is also Optimus Prime's good friend and right-hand man. .. Landing in Alaska, Jazz and the other Autobots met Prowl's team back from Cybertron. They were. This is a list of characters from The Transformers television series. Contents. 1 Autobots Their main leader is Optimus Prime, but other "Primes" have also commanded the Autobots such as Rodimus Prime. They are constantly at war with the.
Over twenty-plus years, there have been a bajillion releases of this mold, some identical to the original toy, and some featuring significant variants with notably different paint jobs, color schemes, accessories and other pack-ins. We have striven to list all these variants on this page under their respective series; for a quick-reference list of all variants and releases check here. The cab robot has also been used sparingly to represent different characters; outfitted with different trailers, it has become Generation 1 Ultra Magnus and Pepsi Convoy.
Optimus Prime Limited edition promotional variant, Accessories: This version of the figure came with a small fold-out leaflet glued to the top-right of the packaging, which contained two Pepsi logo stickers for the buyer to attach to Prime, mid-way through the traditional silver-and-blue stripe on his trailer.
Canada also got a version of this promotional figure, but with much larger stickers that were the full length and height of the trailer. This promotion would go on to serve as the inspiration for the Japanese character of Pepsi Convoywho would in turn be released by Hasbro as a new " Pepsi Optimus Prime " in Megatron, what are we doing in the same box???!!!!
Megatron Versus set, Japanese ID number: There are no differences between this release of Convoy and the individually released toy. He's right behind you! Good Bye Convoy Multipack, Accessories: The Moviethis set contains a special version of the original Optimus Prime figure with show-inspired translucent blue windows.
It was packaged with Ligier and Alertin an apparent homage to the similar Diaclone "Powered Convoy DX" giftset that packaged the "Powered Convoy" version of the Optimus mold with figures using the molds of Ligier and Alert. Ultra Magnus Japanese ID number: Joe issue " The War Never Ends ". Ultra Magnus is a redeco of the Diaclone "Powered Convoy" figure, itself a redeco and slight retool of "Battle Convoy", the toy that became the original Optimus Prime figure, sporting a new trailer. One of the last few Diaclone toys to be released in the Transformers toyline, Magnus was recolored from the original toy's dark blue, red and black color scheme into a more patriotic red, white and blue, though his chestplate, which was rendered white in his package art followed a more the blue color scheme of his shoulders.
After the Decepticon plant's destruction, Cliffjumper apologized to Mirage for not believing him. During the scuffle Cliffjumper suggested to Jazz into calling headquarters for help but were captured before they can make the call, as Starscream wanted their Energy absorber for the Combaticons. Cliffjumper with Jazz were chained up at a water and power plant but they did get rescued by the other Autobots when they found their location.
The MovieCliffjumper, with Jazz again is stationed on Moonbase 1, from which try unsuccessfully to escape when attacked by Unicron. After their apparent consumption by the planet-eater, they are ultimately saved by Daniel Witwicky.
By season 3, Cliffjumper was reduced to a background character, a result of voice actor Casey Kasem 's objection to the portrayal of Arab characters as stereotypical villains  and eventual departure from the show.
His last appearance in the original U. Books[ edit ] Cliffjumper appeared in the following books: In this story's accompanying book Cliffjumper was depicted in his yellow variant, not his usual red one. He was a main character in the story Sun Raidwhere he was described as a "red truck. Joe force trying to rescue Optimus Prime.
Dreamwave Productions[ edit ] When civil war broke out on the planet Cybertron between the Autobots and Decepticons, Cliffjumper joined the Autobot cause.
When Decepticon leader Megatron and Autobot leader Optimus Prime disappeared in an accident with a space bridge, the Autobot and Decepticon forces splintered into smaller factions. Cliffjumper stayed with the Autobots under the leadership of Prowl.
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What they discovered was Trypticon. The giant Decepticon easily routed them, and Prowl's team were only saved by Shockwave's calling him away to battle against the Fallen and Chaos Trinity.
Six million years ago, Ultra Magnus united the Autobot factions and lead them to victory over Decepticons and Ultracons. Megatron returned to Cybertron in command of the clone forces of the Aerospace Extermination Squadron and took over Cybertron.
Cliffjumper was among the Autobots enslaved and forced to labor tunneling into Cybertron's core Transformers: War Within - The Age of Wrath 2. Eventually Optimus Prime returned to Cybertron and helped free the enslaved Autobots. Cliffjumper was among the Autobots who followed Optimus Prime on his mission on board the Ark and crash landed on Earth.
Inwhen the Ark's computer re-activated, it reformatted Cliffjumper as in the form of an Earth car. Eventually the combined forces of the Autobots on Earth, and their human allies were able to capture the Decepticons.TFP: Optimus Prime vs Nemesis Prime
A ship called the Ark II was built to take the Cybertronians back to Cybertron, along with some human companions, but the ship exploded shortly after takeoff. The human allies were killed, but the Cybertronians were lost in the ocean, again in stasis lock. Bumblebee was placed in command of the Autobot supply shuttle Orion, with PowerglideWarpathSeasprayCosmosCliffjumper, Bumper and the Powerdashers assigned to him. Their mission was to aid the Autobots on Earth.
Marvel Comics[ edit ] In the early Marvel ComicsJazz was portrayed easily and productively making contact with humans. He was also responsible for the long-standing relationship between the Autobots and G. Blackrockpledging that the Autobots would defend his property from the Decepticons in return for fuel, and battled Circuit Breaker.
Jazz passionately opposed Prowl 's idea to use the Creation Matrix to create dedicated war machines to crush the Decepticons ; he labeled such creations abominations. This ethically questionable move was staved off and Jazz continued to serve the Autobots well on Earth.
Following the arrival of Galvatron in Target: This left him incapacitated for a long while. He was eventually repaired, but soon met deactivation once more against the Underbase -powered Starscream. Jazz' body was seen among the deactivated Autobots Ratchet was doing his best to revive in Transformers 56, "Back from the Dead".
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They remained on Cybertron and were an inspiration to the Autobot rebels, leading multiple raids on the Decepticons and also fighting several of the demons that lived beneath Cybertron. When a return trip to Earth was interrupted, the Classic Pretenders found themselves in front of the sleeping Primus and, after battling the Mayhem Attack Squadwitnessed him awaken.
Jazz would go on a last mission as a Classic Pretender in the "Matrix Quest", heading to the moon of VsQs to retrieve the lost Matrix, though Thunderwing got to it first. He was later among the united Autobot and Decepticon forces who opposed Unicron's assault on the planet Cybertron in Transformers Immediately prior to this, Jazz was seen as one of the few surviving Autobots in the alternate seen in the story "Rhythms of Darkness".
Here he fought Galvatron to give Spike time to attach the American flag to the Deception stronghold in New York and persuade the European Coalition to call off their nuclear attack.
Jazz was saved from death by the arrival of Hook, Line and Sinkerwho forcibly transported Galvatron back to the "present" of the regular timeline.
He briefly reappeared during the battle on the planet Ethos in the Generation 2 comic. Jazz was also one of the main Autobots in the Earthforce unit of Marvel U.
The annual story "The Magnificent Six" revealed that four million years ago, Jazz was teamed with InfernoIronhideWheeljack and Sunstreaker and had been tortured by the sadistic Decepticon Megadeath in the Stanix region. He and the others faced Megadeath once again in the present and defeated him. Jazz would appear in the U. Marvel comic issue"Prime's Rib! She was met with displeasure by the humans, being called a token female and disliked for her pink color.
They were then attacked by ShockwaveFangryHorri-Bull and Squeezeplaywho thought the Autobots would be unveiling a new weapon. The Autobots fought off the Decepticons, who escaped, but nothing seemed to please the human feminists. Toys[ edit ] a Porsche similar to the one which inspired the Diaclone toy which was repurposed as Jazz Generation 1 Autobot Car Jazz The toy that was to become the Autobot Jazz was originally released as part of the Japanese Diaclone series in Original script scans from the DVD box sets show that the writing staff also used the name Jazzz.
The name Jazzz also appears in early Transformers coloring books. The version of Jazz was re-issued in Europe in the early s and Japan in This version of Jazz is nearly the same as the one sold in stores, except it came in a brown cardboard box and the stickers had the words Martini misspelled as Martinii to avoid paying out royalties and Porsche removed from them.
As an interesting sidenote, in Dreamwave's More Than Meets the Eye, an in-universe encyclopedia of all of the characters, Bumblebee notes that Spike would have thought that Jazz's Pretender shell would have looked "different". Generation 1 Legends Jazz A Kmart store exclusive of Jazz, essentially his Pretender car without the shell and its accessories.
Generation 2 Autobot Car Jazz Jazz was one of the Autobot cars to be released on Generation 2, with a slight repaint and weapons change.
This series also printed a bio for Jazz where he had the new motto "Decepticons keep bad company—each other! Generation 1 Autobot Car Electrum Jazz A special "Electrum" version, covered in gold chrome-plating, was also released incommemorating the cartoon episode "The Golden Lagoon" in which the Transformers coat themselves with a metallic gold substance and become temporarily impervious to their various weapons.
The mouth is different from the original.