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Keith's Fantasy Club character
Overslay box
First appearance

I Can Deal With This Now! by C Z Hazard
Created by

Keith's Fantasy Club
Release number

Aliases Steeltooth
Species Transformer


Alternate mode

Robotic Ceratosaurus/microcassette


Overslay is a fictional character and third-party Transformer homage to Generation 1 Overkill made by Keith's Fantasy Club.

Keith's Fantasy Club

Overslay is a homage to the Decepticon Overkill. He is a violent and evil RoCon who turns from microcassette to robotic dinosaur.


The design for Overslay was done by Eagle's TF for Keith's Fantasy Club. His biography was written by C Z Hazard.

Concept art of Overslay and Haymaker was previewed at TFcon 2013's Third Party Panel.[1] They were scheduled to ship in October 2013.

In December 2013 Keith's Fantasy Club released box images of Overslay and Haymaker on their Facebook page and said they expected them to ship in January 2014.

Release of Overslay and Haymaker was delayed while quality issues with Overslay were fixed.

Color test shots of Overslay were released online in August 2014.


The Good Morning, Cybertron! podcast for July 29th, 2013 discussed the Keith's Fantasy Club Airdancer, Haiku, Evil Ironpaw, Justice Ironpaw, King Rex and Bladeback, Night Stalker, Overslay and Haymaker and Sencho Barbossa in the news.[2]

The TransMissons podcast for September 8th, 2014 discussed Haymaker and Overslay in the news.[3]

The Cybercast podcast for September 13th, 2014 discussed D.A.I. Commander Stack, Haymaker, Overslay and Transistor in the news.[4]

The Star To Star Toys News podcast for September 30th, 2014 discussed Overslay and Haymaker in the news.[5]

Transistor and several of his cassette minions were featured in an article in the January 2015 issue of Chi Soul Die (模魂志) magazine.[6]

Fictional biography

Killing is his business... and business is good. One of the deadliest of all the cassettes, this RoCon definitely has earned his name. Capable of taking down a small squadron all on his own... than is when his size modulator works. In a recent bid to fix his chip, Overslay gained the ability to transform into a tiny T-rex and an oversized cassette mode as well as his other modes. He has yet to find a for his giant cassette mode or his tiny dinosaur hands.


Overslay appears in the Citizen Stack pack-in comic story I Can Deal With This Now!. Citizen Stack and Krank free Overslay and others from the Sky Pirates prison.[7]

Overslay appears in the Doubledeck pack-in comic story They Pull Me Back In as one of the cassette minions of Transistor.


  • Keith's Fantasy Club CST-D01 Overslay (2014)
Overslay turns from robotic Ceratosaurus (called a dinosaur on the box, and T-rex in his biography) into microcassette. He comes with two guns.
He is to be recolored/remolded into Chopperface, G2lock, King Rex, Strikethrough and Yeees-man.[8]
Overslay is usually sold bundled with Haymaker.



  1. http://www.tfw2005.com/transformers-news/conventions-15/tfcon-2013-3rd-party-panel-slides-178113/
  2. blunghole (July 29th, 2013). "Good Morning, Cybertron!". https://www.facebook.com/pages/Good-Morning-Cybertron/147383341975239 (Podcast). blunghole. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rrgYVV0J1qw. 
  3. Charles Shelton (September 8th, 2014). "TransMissions". http://www.transmissionspodcast.com/ (Podcast). TransMissions. http://www.transmissionspodcast.com/2014/09/transmissions-episode-66-featuring-guest-host-christian-brock/. 
  4. Josh (September 13th, 2014). "Cybercast". https://www.youtube.com/user/G1Hexatron?feature=watch (Podcast). Josh. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1tH3hXgNJ4E. 
  5. Chris and Ash (September 30th, 2014). "Star To Star Toys News". https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6PGk5W0pSKfwbXpIahKObw (Podcast). Star To Star Toy News. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eqoLTH-V8fg. 
  6. "KFCTOYS EAVY METAL Phase Four: A Transistor". Chi Soul Die (模魂志): p. 100-101. January 2015. 
  7. C Z Hazard (w), Iohannes Vinci (p), Simone Daraghiati (col), Logan K. Anthony (let), Juan Pablo Osorio & Logan K. Anthony (ed). "I Can Deal With This Now!" Citizen Stack 1 (April 2014), Keith's Fantasy Club
  8. https://amorsceleratushabendi.wordpress.com/2015/03/12/transforming-freelancing/

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