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  • ...is a [[fictional character]] in the [[Transformers]] series introduced in 1987. He appeared as a major characters in the fourth season of the animated Tra Brainstorm is an Autobot introduced in the 1987 Headmasters sub-line of ''Generation 1''. He has the Headmaster partner Arc
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  • ...is a [[fictional character]] in the [[Transformers]] series introduced in 1987. He is an Autobot who turns into a car and a member of the Throttlebots. *'''''Generation 1'' Throttlebot Chase''' (1987)
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  • The Predacons continued to put in short appearances in 1987's Japanese-exclusive spinoff series, ''Transformers: The Headmasters'', usu ===Toys===
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  • ...[[Transformers]] series. Misfire and his partner Aimless were released in 1987 with the other first year Headmasters and Targetmasters. He was voiced by S Misfire is a fictional Transformers Decepticon character introduced in 1987 as part of the Targetmaster sub-line.
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  • Razorclaw and his Predacons continued to put in short appearances in 1987's Japanese-exclusive spinoff series, ''Transformers: Headmasters'', usually In the Marvel UK Transformers comics, the Predacons were summoned to Earth in 1987 and fitted with animal modes by [[Megatron]] in order to hunt Optimus Prime
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  • ...ing the [[Autobot Matrix of Leadership]]. <ref>"Transformers" #24 (January 1987)</ref> === Toys ===
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  • ...series. The original Blot was a member of the Terrorcon team introduced in 1987. The second Blot is the ''Shattered Glass'' Transformers version of the ori ===Toys===
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  • ...e''' is a fictional character in the [[Transformers]] series introduced in 1987. He is an Autobot Headmaster computer programmer who turns into a car. He w Chromedome is an Autobot introduced in the 1987 Headmasters sub-line of Generation 1.<ref>{{cite book |title=Transformers I
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  • ===Toys=== *'''''Generation 1'' Headmaster Chromedome with Stylor''' (1987)
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  • As the American ''Transformers'' animated series had come to an end in 1987, Doubledealer was not featured in it, but when his toy was exported to Japa ===Toys===
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  • ...s a [[fictional character]] from the [[Transformers]] series introduced in 1987. He is a member of the [[Decepticon]] [[Headmaster (Transformers)|Headmaste ...the robot's head (hence the term ''Headmaster''). The toy was released in 1987.<ref>{{Cite book | title=The Unofficial Guide to Transformers 1980s Through
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  • ===Toys=== *'''''Bandai Machine Robo'' BH-04 Gattai Saurer''' (1987)
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  • ...nsformers)|Circuit Breaker]] and [[RAAT]] troops. <ref>"Transformers" #22 (1987)</ref> ===Toys===
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  • ===Toys=== *'''''Generation 1'' Targetmaster Slugslinger with Caliburst''' (1987)
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  • ...[[Transformers]] series. He is an Autobot Headmaster released in Japan in 1987. His toy was later reproduced by a Chinese company in an unlicensed set of ===Toys===
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  • ...anity and apparently destroying himself. <ref>"Transformers" #24 (December 1987)</ref> ===Toys===
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  • ...rmers]] series. He is a Decepticon clone infiltrator who was introduced in 1987. ...ete with metal shearing bayonet attachments. <ref>http://www.tfarchive.com/toys/techspecs/original-era/</ref>
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  • ...[[Transformers]] series. He is an Autobot Headmaster released in Japan in 1987. His toy was later reproduced by a Chinese company in an unlicensed set of ===Toys===
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  • ...]s from the [[Transformers]] series. The first Cutthroat was introduced in 1987 as one of the evil Terrorcons who turns into a hawk monster. The second Cut ===Toys===
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  • ...com/time/printout/0,8816,954424,00.html Monday, Oct. 01, 1984, Living: Hot Toys with a Special Twist By J.D. Reed;Sara White/Boston</ref> He is a brave lea ...ist=[[Paul Kirchner]] |publisher=[[Telepictures Publications]]|date=Winter 1987}}</REF>
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