Falcon (Transformers)

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Falcon is the name of two fictional characters from the Transformers series. Both were Decepticon allied jets in the Generation 1 portion of the series, and both were introduced in 1992.

Transformers: Generation 1 (Micromaster)

Falcon
Transformers character
Falcon-decepticon-robot.jpg
Generation 1 Falcon reissue
Created by

Takara
Information
Species Transformer
Gender Male
Abilities

Affiliation

Autobot/Deceptiocn
Alternate mode

Jet
Series

Transformers: Generation 1
Sub-group

Micromasters

Falcon is a a member of the Sixwing combiner team.

Dreamwave Productions

The Decepticons Falcon and Flanker, pursued by the "Deluxe" Insecticons, ran across the Hot Rod Patrol and Race Track Patrol in neutral territory.

Toys

  • Generation 1 Micromaster Falcon (1992)
  • Generation 1 Micromaster Falcon reissue (2003)
A recolor of Falcon as a Decepticon.


Transformers: Generation 1 (Predator)

Falcon
Transformers character
Falcon-predator-robot.jpg
Generation 1 in robot mode
Created by

Hasbro
Information
Species Transformer
Gender Male
Abilities

Affiliation

Deceptiocn
Alternate mode

Jet
Series

Transformers: Generation 1
Sub-group

Predators

Fictional biography

Devilishly clever and utterly evil. No-one can devise more daring and dastardly raids. His all-consuming loathing for the Turbomasters may be his downfall... As a plane, farseeing Megavisor capabilities and firepower form a terrifying foe. As a robot attacks with hand-held missile launcher.

Comics

Fun Publicatons

Nine million years ago, Falcon was a servant of Deathsaurus, one of the Decepticon Warlords active at the dawn of the Great War. He assembled a report on the Elite Guard Special Ops Team for Deathsaurus after their agent Flipsides reported on the incident at Median.

Transformers: Mosaic

Falcon appeared in the Transformers: Mosaic story "Swimming Lessons" by Matt Marshall.[1]

Toys

  • Generation 1 Predator Falcon (1992)

References

  1. http://transformers-mosaic.deviantart.com/art/Swimming-Lessons-167233434?offset=30

External links

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