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"Adventure is found in unlikely places."

A four-wheeled garbage site. Leaves a trail of decaying refuse wherever he goes. Friendly, cheerful, but a bit of a slob. His Nebulan partners are Silencer, a noiseless, recoiless proton rifle, and Flintlock, a heat-targeting stress pistol which induces metal fatigue and fractures in steel. Fellow Autobots dislike working with Landfill because he's filthy and smells so bad.

  • Faction: Autobot
  • Package Type: Cardback
    • Figure: Landfill with Flintlock & Silencer
    • Accessories: Label Sheet; Flintlock Partner; Silencer Partner
  • Released: 1988 Hasbro (US)

"The greatest treasures are found in the darkest places!"

A hard-working hothead. Always concerned with getting the job done right. Outer shell constructed of high density Cybertronic alloy, impervious to most armaments. Outside his shell, transforms into all-terrain, exploration vehicle. Mining activities facilitated by electromagnetic, sonic, thermal, chemical and radiation scanners. Armed with laser saber and astro blaster that shoots concentrated bursts of incendiary explosives.

  • Faction: Autobot
  • Package Type: Box
    • Figure: Landmine
    • Accessories: Instructions; Label Sheet; Belt; Helmet; Astro Blaster; Laser Saber
  • Released: 1988 Hasbro (US)

"The only point I like in Autobots: melting point."

Laserbeak takes pleasure in hunting his prey -- usually the straggling survivors of a battle. Noticeably not brave. Will run for safety if threatened. Flies at speeds up to 250mph. Uses two independently targetable laser cannons with extreme precision to get information from capitves. Shortage of ruby crystals that powers the lasers can panic his systems into shutting down.

  • Faction: Decepticon
  • Package Type: Cardback - packaged with Frenzy
    • Figure: Laserbeak
    • Accessories: Left Laser Gun; Right laser Gun
  • Released: 1984 Hasbro (US)
G1 Laserwave “aka Shockwave”

In Japan, Shockwave was released under the name Laserwave.

  • Character: Shockwave
  • Faction: Decepticon
  • Package Type: Box
    • Figure: Laserwave
    • Accessories: Instructions; "Magnetic Impulse Defuser" Barrel; Battery Cover
  • Released: 1985 Takara Tomy (JP)
Laserwave Decoy “aka Shockwave”

Shockwave was among the many characters rendered by Takara as part of their series of 1.5" keshigomu figurines and was availble in the Destron Hero Collection 22 multi-pack. He featured a number sculpted into his back that was the sum total of his Tech Specs, for use in the various games that could be played with the figurines.

  • Character: Shockwave
  • Package Type: Box
  • Released: 1986 Takara Tomy (JP)
Laserwave Keshi “aka Shockwave” -Yellow Variant

A soft rubber figurine—known in Japan as a keshigomu— of Shockwave was released as part of the second wave of Kabaya's Transformers Milk Caramel candy toy range. He came packaged with chocolate-covered caramel candies, and was available in red, blue, and yellow.

  • Character: Shockwave
  • Package Type: Other
    • Figure: Laserwave Keshi
    • Accessories: Candy
  • Released: 1985 Kabaya (JP)
  • Variant of: Laserwave Keshi
Laserwave Keshi “aka Shockwave” -Blue Variant

A soft rubber figurine—known in Japan as a keshigomu— of Shockwave was released as part of the second wave of Kabaya's Transformers Milk Caramel candy toy range. He came packaged with chocolate-covered caramel candies, and was available in red, blue, and yellow.

  • Character: Shockwave
  • Package Type: Other
    • Figure: Laserwave Keshi
    • Accessories: Candy
  • Released: 1985 Kabaya (JP)
  • Variant of: Laserwave Keshi
Laserwave Keshi “aka Shockwave”

A soft rubber figurine—known in Japan as a keshigomu— of Shockwave was released as part of the second wave of Kabaya's Transformers Milk Caramel candy toy range. He came packaged with chocolate-covered caramel candies, and was available in red, blue, and yellow.

  • Character: Shockwave
  • Package Type: Other
    • Figure: Laserwave Keshi
    • Accessories: Candy
  • Released: 1985 Kabaya (JP)
  • Variants: Yellow Variant, Blue Variant

"Space travel is the only flight to freedom."

He longs to be reconstructed into an interstellar spacecraft so he can explore the vast gulfs of space, feels he's a prisoner of gravity in his present form. In jet car mode, goes from 0 to 500mph in 8 seconds. Crusing speed: 300mph. Has twin infra-red scope missile launchers. In robot mode has blinding light-burst gun. Combines with fellow Technobots to form Computron.

  • Faction: Autobot
  • Subgroup: Technobots - part of Computron
  • Package Type: Cardback
    • Figure: Lightspeed
    • Accessories: Instructions; Label Sheet; Light-Burst Gun; 2x Infra-Red Missile Launcher
  • Released: 1987 Hasbro (US)

"A battle front is only as good as its supply line."

Unhappy with unglamorous role, but understands its importance... helps build Decepticons' massive energy-recovery installations. As vehicle, can carry 90 tons for 1200 miles, use a dual heat-seeking missile mount. As torso module, combines with fellow Constructicons to form giant robot "Devastator". Can be goaded into a fight in which he's overmatched.

  • Faction: Decepticon
  • Subgroup: Constructicons - part of Devastator
  • Package Type: Cardback
    • Figure: Long Haul
    • Accessories: Instructions; Label Sheet; Missile Mount; Wing; Laser Pistol
  • Released: 1985 Hasbro (US)

"The greatest truths lie at the greatest depths."

Amphibious assault warrior. Patrols the murky ocean depths, defending underwater installations. Huge webbed feet enable him to swim at over 30 knots. Giant fang-like tusks can be used to shred metal like paper. Electronic eye equipped with advanced sonar, infra-red firing scope and heat and light sensors. Armed with searing ionic field generator. Also armed with plasma cannon in robot mode. Specially reinforced ecto-suit can withstand underwater depths up to 300 feet.

  • Faction: Autobot
  • Package Type: Cardback
    • Figure: Longtooth
    • Accessories: Carrier Wheels; Ionic Field Generator; Plasma Cannon; Longtooth Inner Robot Front End
  • Released: 1989 Hasbro (US)