Motto"Whoooo! I'm freaking out!"
ProfileThe "Joker" of the Decepticons. An unpredictable "triple changer" multiple personality bot, driven mad by his constantly shifting appearance. He has three personalities, one for each face, and his power depends on the face: Icy, cold and calculating; Hothead, short tempered, volatile; and Random, completely bonkers.
Character BioEven by Decepticon standards, Blitzwing is totally insane. He's got three personalities packed into his cyberium-steel chassis, and he argues with himself almost as often as he argues with other Decepticons. The only person he listens to without interrupting is Megatron, because all three of his personalities are terrified of the Decepticon commander. He carries a superheater cannon and a hyperfrost emitter to burn or freeze his enemies.
Add DECEPTICON power to your collection with this advanced-conversion, triple-change robot-to-vehicle figure. Detailed robot mode features three quick-switching faces, and can then be converted to tank mode with rotating turrets, or into its third mode, fighter jet! Blast missile projectiles from all three modes and plan your strategy for this DECEPTICON Berserker character.
Robot Mode PowerBlitzwing is a "triple-changer," that is, he has three modes (one robot, two vehicles). Plus he has three faces, each with its own personality. His power depends on which face he's showing. Heat/flame, cold/ice or completely random.
Television Series InformationFirst Appearance: Episode 1: Transform and Roll Out!
Voiced by: Bumber Robinson
Voice Actor Bio:
Shortly after arriving in Los Angeles at the age of 4, Robinson began his career in entertainment in a national commercial for Jello Pudding Pops with Bill Cosby. He went on to do many more commercials, and his on-camera career developed quickly with roles in The Jeffersons, Hill St. Blues, Night Court, A Different World and Star Trek, Sabrina the Teenage Witch and CSI: New York. His feature film credits include Enemy Mine with Louis Gossett Jr. and Dennis Quaid. Robinson also has quite an extensive background in voice work having begun with a role in Hanna-Barbera’s Flintstone Kids cartoon, for which a character was actually developed in his own likeness. He went on to lend his voice to characters in The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Pinky and the Brain, Saban Entertainment’s What’s With Andy and Static Shock as well as voice work in the animated feature Brother Bear.
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