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Transformers character
Name Skram
Series Transformers: Generation 2
Alternate modes Car
Function Crack Patrol
Motto "Hey, loosen up, guys! Saving the universe can't be that big of a deal!"
Rank 7
Sub-group Axelerators

Skram is a fictional character from the Transformers series.

Transformers: Generation 2

Fictional biography

An easygoing daredevil. Out for kicks and in it for the glory. Speeds to the rescue at the merest sniff of trouble and turns it to Autobot advantage! In sleek vehicle mode, his engine doubles as a powerful weapon. As a robot, he creates havoc in the enemy ranks.


Skram was featured in the 1993 Transformers: Generation 2 coloring book "Decepticon Madness" by Bud Simpson.[1]


IDW Publishing

Skram appeared in the Spotlight issue on Galvatron, where it was revealed that he was guarding Thunderwing's inert corpse with Leadfoot, Hound, Road Rocket, Warpath and Sideswipe.

Fun Publications

Skram was among the troops under the command of Spark on Earth in the story Generation 2 Redux.[2]


  • Generation 2 Axelerator Skram (1993)
A new mold. Came with a gun which turns into his engine in car mode. Versions of Skram released in the US had brown tinted windows, while those release in Europe had pink tinted windows.


  1. Simpson, Bud (1993). Decepticon Madness. Modern Publishing. ISBN 1561443468. 
  2. Greg Sepelak & Trent Troop (w), Robby Musso (p), Robby Musso & Frank Milkovich (i). "Generation 2: Redux" Transformers Timelines v2, 5 (Summer, 2010), Fort Worth, Texas: Fun Publications

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