Hot House (Transformers)

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Transformers character
Box art of Hot House.
Name Hot House
Series Transformers: Generation 1
Alternate modes A-10
Function Long Range Defense
Gender Male
Motto "Communication is the key that unlocks victory."
Rank 7
Sub-group Micromaster

Hot House is a fictional character from the Transformers series. He's an Autobot Micromaster introduced in 1989. A third-party Transformer sticker set which makes an homage to Hot House was made by Reprolabels.

Transformers: Generation 1

Hot House is a Micromaster Autobot who turns into a jet.[1]

Fictional biography

A babbling brawler. Talks constantly, even in battle. His fire station is equipped with built-in siphons that draw water from soil to form a high-impact water jet that can blast through granite. In battle, his station's front ramp converts to high-speed battering ram. Also armed with rocket launcher and freeze missiles.

Animated series

Hot House's base, called the Firebase, appeared in the pilot episode of Transformers: Zone. It was base of the Zone Base on the planet Micro. Hot House himself did not appear and the animated series was canceled after this one episode.


Dreamwave Productions

Hot House has a biography page in issue #3 of Dreamwave Productions Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye series.


Hot House appeared in the Transformers: Zone Manga printed in TV Magazine.[2]


  • Generation 1 Micromaster Hot House with Fire Station C-434 (1989)
Hot House is a recolor of the Decepticon Micromaster Tailwind, while the Fire Station is an original mold.
  • Reprolabels Classic Hot House (2008)
A set of third-party labels that converts the Universe Ultra Powerglide toy into a custom Classic Hot House.[3]
  • Reprolabels Micromaster Hot House with Fire Station labels (2009)
A set of third-party labels by Reprolabels for Micromaster Hot House with Fire Station.[4]


  1. Mark Bellomo (2007). Transformers: Identification and Price Guide. Krause Publications. p. 211. ISBN 978-0896894457. 

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