Crash Hog

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Crash Hog
Keith's Fantasy Club character
Keith's Fantasy Club Crash Hog test shot in robot mode
First appearance

...You Won't Believe the Things I Can Do Now!, December 2014
Created by

Keith's Fantasy Club
Release number

Phase Five: A
Species Transformer


Alternate mode


Crash Hog is a fictional character and third-party Transformer homage to Generation 1 Wreck-Gar made by Keith's Fantasy Club in 2016.

Keith's Fantasy Club

Crash Hog is a third-party Transformer homage to Wreck-Gar. He turns into a motorcycle.

Other third-party Transformer homages to Wreck-Gar include DX9 Toys Splinter.


Crash Hog and Dumpyard were designed by one designer, but then modified by 539 Designs.

Crash Hog was named by Mathew Robert Ignash.

Crash Hog was announced as part of the TFcon Chicago 2014 Third Party Panel.

Crash Hog and Dumpyard prototype images were displayed at the TFcon Toronto 2015 Third Party Panel.

Prototypes of Crash Hog and Dumpyard were displayed at STGCC in September 2015.

Images of Crash Hog were included in the TFcon USA Third Party Panel in October 2015.[1]

Unpainted test shot images of Crash Hog and Dumpyard were released in December 2015.


The Good Morning, Cybertron! podcast for December 28th, 2015 discussed Keith's Fantasy Club Dumpyard and Crash Hog in the news.[2]


Crash Hog appeared in the Transistor pack-in comic story ...You Won't Believe the Things I Can Do Now!. In the story Crash Hog recovers and rebuilds Ghetto Blast into Transistor to serve as guardian of various cassette robots.[3]

Crash Hog appeared in the story They Pull Me Back In where he receives the call for help transmitted by Doubledeck.


  • Keith's Fantasy Club Phase Five: A Crash Hog (2016)
A new mold. Turns from robot to motorcycle. Stand 23 centimeters tall. Comes with a gun and axe. Shares most of his design with Dumpyard and Psykilpath.



  2. blunghole (December 28th, 2015). "Good Morning, Cybertron!". (Podcast). blunghole. 
  3. C Z Hazard (w), Danbrenus (p), Project-Rexx (col), Anthony K. Logan (let), Juan Pablo Osorio & Anthony K. Logan (ed). "...You Won't Believe the Things I Can Do Now!" Transistor 1 (December 2014), Keith's Fantasy Club

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