Street Heat

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Street Heat
GoBots character
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Street Heat on card
Created by

Tonka
Release number

36
Information
Species GoBot
Gender Male
Occupation Friendly Robot Street Machine
Abilities

Affiliation

Guardian GoBot
Alternate mode

Camaro Z28

Street Heat is a fictional character from the GoBots series. He is a heroic Guardian GoBot introduced in 1984 who turns into a car.

GoBots

Abilities

Like most GoBots, Street Heat has numerous abilities because of robotic body. He can survive in space and is super-humanly strong and tough. He can fly in robot mode and project energy blasts from his hands. His body heals quickly when supplied with energy. He can turn into a car.

Animated series

In "Escape from Elba" Street Heat was one of the Guardians charged with security on Elba during Cy-Kill's imprisonment, like Royal-T Street greatly disliked the boring role he had been given. This was seized on by the Renegade, who controlled the pair and set them against their fellow guards, and then against the Guardian squad Turbo led to investigate an abortive SOS sent by Heat Seeker. He was left guarding Turbo, Blaster and Heat Seeker on Elba when Cy-Kill made a bid to invade Earth, and roundly defeated when Matt freed the trio of Guardians.

Comics

Street Heat appeared in the Transformers: Renegade Rhetoric season 2 episode 14 story "The Alienapolis Five Million" working with Sparky and Turbo.[1]

Street Heat was featured in the 2016 Ask Vector Prime story Echoes and Fragments, set during the events of The Transformers: The Movie. The manipulations of the evil Gong and Sideways resulted in various GoBots swapping places with characters during the events of that film. Street was blasted into oblivion by Soundwave and his cassettes at the battle of Guardian City.[2]

Toys

  • Tonka GoBots 36 Street Heat (1984)
A recolor of Machine Robo Hot Rod Robo. Turns from robot to car.

References

  1. "The Alienapolis Five Million". Written by Jim Sorenson. Transformers: Renegade Rhetoric. September 19, 1986. No. 14, season 1.
  2. Jim Sorenson (w). "Echoes and Fragments" Ask Vector Prime (February 10th, 2016), Fun Publications

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