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Powerdive is a fictional character from the Transformers series.

Transformers: Generation 2

Fictional biography

Powerdive's modulating circuit seeker can sense Autobots from 100 miles away, an advantage that allows him to catch enemies off-guard as he drops out of the clouds for surprise attacks. When converting to helicopter more, look out - this gunship shoots rapid-fire ordnance propellers with such accuracy and speed that no one can outrun or outmaneuver their destructive power. And in robot Mode he's just as dangerous... if not more! "Get out of my way. now!"


Fun Publications

Powerdive was part of the "second generation" of Transformers created on Earth, and when this generation began fighting amongst themselves just like the previous one, he joined Clench's Decepticon Syndicate. He participated in the attack on the Large Hadron Collider, fighting in the skies alongside Skyjack and some Sharkticons. When the Autobots attacked, Powerdive and Ransack battled against Manta Ray and Leadfoot, and may have developed rotor powers after all four were exposed to forestonite gas.

Marvel Comics

Powerdive appeared in the Marvel Generation 2 comics.

Bludgeon, current leader of the Decepticons planned to create an army of Decepticons, so he constructed the bodies of the Rotor Force and Laser Rods. When Megatron killed Bludgeon and took back leadership of the Decepticons, one of his first actions was to steal the Matrix from Optimus Prime. The Matrix was then used to bring the new Decepticons to life.

Powerdive first appeared in issue #6 as one of the lifeless Decepticon bodies. In issue #7 Rotor Force (Leadfoot, Manta Ray, Powerdive and Ransack) and the Laser Rods (Electro, Jolt, Sizzle and Volt) were sent to steal Rheanimum, a potent substance Megatron intended to use in his quest for power, from the planet Tykos.

They would appear again in the Autobot-Decepticon alliance, battling against first the forces of Jhiaxus, and then the Swarm.


  • Generation 2 Robot Force Powerdive (1994)
A new mold. Turns from robot to helicopter.
  • Generations GDO Voyager Powerdive (2012)
Turns from robot to airplane.


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