Hornet (GoBots)

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Hornet
GoBots character
Hornet-carded.jpg
Hornet GoBots toy
First appearance

Challenge of the GoBots episode "Et Tu, Cy-Kill"
Created by

Tonka
Voiced by

Darryl Hickman
Release number

61
Information
Species GoBot
Gender Male
Occupation Renegade Robot Monster
Abilities

Affiliation

Renegade Gobot
Alternate mode

Monster space ship

Hornet is a fictional character in the GoBots series. He is an evil Renegade GoBot introduced in 1986.

GoBots

Abilities

Like most GoBots, Hornet has numerous abilities because of his robotic body. He can survive in space and is super-humanly strong and tough. He can fly in robot mode and project energy blasts from his hands. His body heals quickly when supplied with energy. He can turn into a jet.

Animated series

Hornet and Loco in Challenge of the GoBots

Hornet first appeared in Challenge of the GoBots episode "Et Tu, Cy-Kill". A long serving Renegade since at least the aftermath of the first revolt, Hornet took command of a Thruster during the disastrous raid on GoBotron - the Guardians lured the bulk of the Renegade fleet into a trap, and inflicted heavy losses.

In GoBots: Battle of the Rock Lords Hornet would be part of the force taken down to the surface of Cordax by Cy-Kill, helping with the initial rout of Boulder's troops.

Comics

Fun Publications

Echoverse

Hornet 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, Rock Lords and Starriors swapping places with characters during the events of that film. He was one of the monster GoBots on the planet Antares III, taking the place of the Quintessons and Sharkticons of Quintessa in the story.[1]

Rhetoricverse

Hornet appeared in the Transformers: Renegade Rhetoric episode 7-8 story "The Hawks of Space", where he helped defend the Renegade base on the dark side of the moon.[2]

Toys

  • Tonka GoBots 61 Hornet (1986)
The US release of this toy was light blue.

References

  1. Jim Sorenson (w). "Echoes and Fragments" Ask Vector Prime (February 10th, 2016), Fun Publications
  2. "The Hawks of Space". Written by Jim Sorenson. Transformers: Renegade Rhetoric. September 24, 1986 & September 25, 1986. No. 7 & 8, season 1.

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