Cut-Up (Starriors)

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Starriors character
Cut-Up toy on card
First appearance

Starriors Volume 1 issue 1, November 1984 by Marvel Comics
Created by

Release number

Species Wastor
Gender Male



Alternate mode

Hi-Crusin Position, Lo-Crusin Position

Cut-Up is a fictional character from the Starriors series in 1984. He is a heroic member of the Protectors and has a chainsaw in his chest.


Cut-Up is a Protector Wastor equipped with a chainsaw.

Protectors are originally programmed to rebuild civilization so that structures, facilities, and ecologies would be established and ready for use upon man's return. Wastors are a humanoid series of Starrior, roughly the same height as an adult human, though somewhat bulkier.


Fictional biography

Cut-Up: Volatile, wants to be able to turn his chest saw on his enemies.


Peter Pan

Cut-Up appeared in Starriors Tunnel of Doom Odyssey I by published by Peter Pan.


1984 Marvel Comics

Note: The events of the six Starriors pack-in comics seem to take place between issue 1 and 2 of the limited series.

Cut-Up was a major character in the Starriors limited series by Marvel Comics.

2016 Fun Publications

Cut-Up was featured in the 2016 Ask Vector Prime story Echoes and Fragments, set during the events of The Transformers: The Movie. The manipulations of the evil Gong and Sideways resulted in various GoBots swapping places with characters during the events of that film. Cut-Up took the place of Arblus in the story, being captured by the Master Renegade on the planet Antares III, put on trial and executed.[1]


Cut-Up appears in the animated segment of several 1984 Starriors commercials where he battles Deadeye.[2]


  • Tomy Starriors Wastors Cut-Up (1984)
Cut-Up is made up of 6 parts that assemble into different configurations. The arms and legs are attached to the body with 5mm pegs and holes, while the head is attached to the body with a 3mm peg and hole.
This toy shares most of it's mold with Sawtooth.


  1. Jim Sorenson (w). "Echoes and Fragments" Ask Vector Prime (February 10th, 2016), Fun Publications

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