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'''Dr. Kenneth Onishi''' ('''Dr. Daichi Ōnishi''' in Japan) is a character from the [[Transformers]] franchise.
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==History==
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===Robots in Disguise===
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====Animated series====
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The father of [[Koji Onishi]], Dr. Onishi is an energy scientist who is captured in the first episode of ''[[Transformers: Robots in Disguise (2001)|Transformers: Robots in Disguise]]'' by the [[Predacons]] in their quest to plunder [[Earth (Transformers)|Earth]] of its energy resources.
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===Generation 1===
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"[[Ask Vector Prime]]" revealed that a version of Dr. Ōnishi also appeared in the ''[[Transformers: Generation 1]]'' continuity, where he was part of the team of scientists who worked on the [[Raiden (Transformers)|Raiden Initiative]] that produced the [[Trainbots]]. When the time came to name the six robots, Ōnishi-an avid fan of old fashioned trains-was allowed to name [[Kaen]] at his own request, expressing hope that the new [[Autobot]] would "be a light to many."
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Dr. Kenneth Onishi (Dr. Daichi Ōnishi in Japan) is a character from the Transformers franchise.

History

Robots in Disguise

Animated series

The father of Koji Onishi, Dr. Onishi is an energy scientist who is captured in the first episode of Transformers: Robots in Disguise by the Predacons in their quest to plunder Earth of its energy resources.

Generation 1

"Ask Vector Prime" revealed that a version of Dr. Ōnishi also appeared in the Transformers: Generation 1 continuity, where he was part of the team of scientists who worked on the Raiden Initiative that produced the Trainbots. When the time came to name the six robots, Ōnishi-an avid fan of old fashioned trains-was allowed to name Kaen at his own request, expressing hope that the new Autobot would "be a light to many."