|"No one gets past me. If they know what's good for them."|
The "Turbomaster", a nickname of sorts for this Autobot, has become one of Optimus Prime's most trusted soldiers since the return of the Golden age of Cybertron. When word reached Optimus Prime from Autobot City on Earth that a new Decepticon threat had emerged, he sent Turbomaster to check on the Autobots who were safeguarding the planet. Now Turbomaster finds himself thrust into a battle with robots he does not know on a planet he finds a little confusing. While he loves working as a part of a team, having even adopted a new earth based "alternate mode" to blend in, he is still unsure about how to respond to many of his "new" Autobot teammates.
|Strength: 6||Intelligence: 10|
|Speed: 8||Endurance: 6|
|Rank: 8||Courage: 8|
|Firepower: 8||Skill: 9|
Turbomaster Toy Information
|Release Date||June 2010 (2010)|
|Multipack Name||Botcon 2010 Turbomaster & Double Punch Souvenir Set, Botcon 2010 Turbomaster with Shattered Glass Ravage|
Universe Autobot Hound with Ravage, Henkei Hound with Jaguar, Asia Exclusive Generations Hound with Ravage
|Filed Under||Convention Exclusives|
|Additional Themes||2010, Fun Publications, Scorch, Turbomaster|
|Additional Toy Info |
Although officially named "Turbomaster", the outer bag the toy was sold in gives the name as "Scorch", which is also the name in the comic. Hasbro was unable to secure the actual name trademark.
Sold in a two pack with Double Punch. Limited to 1,500 pieces.
Turbomaster Parts Information
Turbomaster Additional Info
Scorch is based on the late Generation 1 Turbomaster Autobot also named Scorch, who was known for the flame details on his hood area.
Shattered Glass Ravage is based on Glit from Kiss Players Position, but arguably is even better known as the Twitter using Heroic Decepticon from the Shattered Glass prose fiction.