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Transformers character
Prototype of the Rotorbolt toy
Name Rotorbolt
Series Transformers: Universe
Alternate modes Cybertronian duel propeller combat helicopter
Function Air Assault
Gender Male
Sub-group Basic Vehicles, Wreckers

Rotorbolt is a fictional character from the Transformers series; his most fleshed out incarnation is a Predacon who turns into a helicopter.

Generation 1


Marvel Comics

The original Rotorbolt was a generic Transformer in the Marvel Comics who was killed along with Telus by the Decepticon Ferak.

Transformers: Universe

Rotorbolt was built to be a stealth helicopter, but due to a flaw in his design his stealth systems only function in vehicle mode. When flying in robot mode he makes so much noise he can barely hear and no one can understand a word he says, a flaw the proud warrior refuses to apologize for.


3H Enterprises

Rotorbolt was a Predacon whose spark was used by Megatron in an attempt to create a new Vehicon general. Something went wrong in the process and Rotorbolt was left with complete free will and no loyalty to Megatron. In "Departure", teaming up with Cyclonus and Skywarp, who were also in new Vehicon bodies, the three were recruited into the Wreckers in opposing Megatron and are sent on missions by the Oracle. [1]

Fun Publications

Rotorbolt appeared in the story Wreckers: Finale Part 2 by the Transformers Collectors Club in 2007. During the invasion of Cybertron Cyclonus and Rodimus came to final blows, fighting each other to a stand-still. Both severely wounded, Cyclonus was about to kill Rodimus when the Rotorbolt arrived and killed Cyclonus for betraying him.[2]


  • Universe Basic Rotorbolt (unreleased)
A redeco of Beast Machines Obsidian, this toy was proposed for released as a BotCon club exclusive, but was never released. A prototype for the toy was shown on the BotCon web site. [3] An original hand painted sample of this figure appeared on ebay in December of 2008 and fetched nearly $600 in bids. [4]


  1. Glen Hallit (w), Dan Khanna (p). ""Departure"" Transformers: The Wreckers 1 (July 13, 2001), 3H Enterprises
  2. Greg Sepelak & S. Trent Troop (2007). Wreckers: Finale Part II. Illustrator Guido Guidi, Colorist Drew Eiden. Fun Publications.