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'''Volt''' is the name of a [[fictional character]] in the [[Transformers]] series introduced in 1994. He is a member of the Autobot Laser Rods. A [[third party Transformer]] set was made by Reprolabels that turns one of the Hubcap Transformers into a homage to Volt.
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'''Volt''' is the name of a [[fictional character]] in the [[Transformers]] series introduced in 1994. He is a member of the Autobot Laser Rods. A [[third-party Transformer]] set was made by Reprolabels that turns one of the Hubcap Transformers into a homage to Volt.
  
 
==Transformers: Generation 2==
 
==Transformers: Generation 2==

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Transformers character
Volt-toy.jpg
Volt toy
Name Volt
Autobot/Decepticon
Japanese name Autovolt
Series Transformers: Generation 2
First appearance Transformers: Generation 2 #6 by Marvel Comics
Information
Alternate modes Hotrod
Function Speed Technician (US), Warrior (UK)
Gender Male
Motto "I'm revved up and ready to rock!"
Rank 6
Sub-group Laser Rods

Volt is the name of a fictional character in the Transformers series introduced in 1994. He is a member of the Autobot Laser Rods. A third-party Transformer set was made by Reprolabels that turns one of the Hubcap Transformers into a homage to Volt.

Transformers: Generation 2

Volt (Autovolt in Japan) is the name of an Autobot, a member of the Laser Rods. He turns into a red hotrod.

Volt's tech spec described him a fearless nitro-injected Autobot who loves chasing down Decepticons.

Comics

Dreamwave Productions

Blacker, Braver, Electro, Laster and Volt made cameos standing in a building on Cybertron in Dreamwave Productions Transformers: Generation 1 volume 3 #6, "Atonement".

Fun Publications

Volt is among the Generation 2 Autobots on Earth under the command of Spark in the 2010 Botcon story Generation 2: Redux.[1]

Marvel Comics

Volt appeared in the Marvel Generation 2 comics.

Bludgeon, current leader of the Decepticons planned to create an army of Decepticons, so he constructed the bodies of the Rotor Force and Laser Rods. When Megatron killed Bludgeon and took back leadership of the Decepticons, one of his first actions was to steal the Matrix from Optimus Prime. The Matrix was then used to bring the new Decepticons to life.

Volt first appeared in issue #6 as one of the lifeless Decepticon bodies. In issue #7 Rotor Force (Leadfoot, Manta Ray, Powerdive and Ransack) and the Laser Rods (Electro, Jolt, Sizzle and Volt) were sent to steal Rheanimum, a potent substance Megatron intended to use in his quest for power, from the planet Tykos.

They would appear again in the Autobot-Decepticon alliance, battling against first the forces of Jhiaxus, and then the Swarm.

Volt, Electro, Manta Ray and Lead Foot left the Decepticons and declared themselves Autobots during their final battle.

Toys

Licensed

  • Generation 2 Laser Rod Volt (1994)
Volt came with a sword accessory and a small light emitting diode which could illuminate it. This toy was released under the name Autovolt in Japan.[2]

Unlicensed

  • Reprolabels Scout Volt
A 3rd party set of labels by Reprolabels for the Hubcap toy turns it into an homage for Volt.[3]

References

  1. Greg Sepelak & Trent Troop (w), Robby Musso (p), Robby Musso & Frank Milkovich (i). "Generation 2: Redux" Transformers Timelines v2, 5 (Summer, 2010), Fort Worth, Texas: Fun Publications
  2. Brereton, Erin (2006). Transformers: The Fantasy, The Fun, The Future. Triumph Books. ISBN 1572439831. 
  3. http://www.reprolabels.com/Classics/g2volt.php

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