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Starscream





Faction: Decepticon
Function: Air Commander
Series - Generation 1
Sub-Group - Seekers/Skyraiders
Original Year - 1984
First TV Appearence - "More The Meets the Eye, part 1"
First Comic Book Appearence - "Transformers #1" (Marvel)




Modes

 

Parts

Landing Gear
Fists (L and R)
Short missile (x4)
Missile Launcher (x2)
Missile (x4)
Vertical Tailfins (L and R)
Horizontal Tailfins (L and R)
Wings (L and R)

 

Tech Spec

"Conquest is made of the ashes of one's enemies."

Seeks to replace Megatron as leader. Ruthless, cold-blooded, cruel... considers himself the most sophisticated and handsome of Decepticons. Believes Decepticons should rely more on guile and speed rather than brute force to defeat Autobots. Fastest flyer of group, can reach Mach 2.8 and an altitude of 52 miles. Shoots cluster bombs and null-rays which disrupts the flow of electricity. Very good at what he does, but sometimes overrates himself.

Strength
Intelligence
Speed
Endurance
Rank
Courage
Firepower
Skill
7
7
9
7
5
8
7
7

 

Variations

Rub Symbols:
Starscream was available without (1984) or with a rub symbol (1985+).
Solid Tailfins:
Some versions came with the tips of the tailfins filled in.
Fist Variation:
Some versions came with non-tabbed fists.

 

Notes

Availability: This figure was available in 1984-1985. He was later reissued in Japan in 2001 and in North America in 2003.
Additional Versions of Starscream: There are many additional versions of Starscream, for more information see our G1 Starscream Toy Table.
Recolors: This mold was recolored into Skywarp (1984), Thundercracker (1984), Black Starscream (2001, Japan), Ghost Starscream (2001, Japan), Anime Starscream (2003, Japan), and Sunstorm (2003, Japan). This mold was recolored, with remolded missiles, into Generation 2 Starscream (1993), Commemorative Series II Starscream (2003), Commemorative Series III Thundercracker (2003), and Commemorative Series IV Skywarp (2003).
Remolds: This figure was remolded into Dirge (1985), Ramjet (1985), Thrust (1985), and Generation 2 Ramjet (1993).
Name Reuses: The name Starscream has been reassigned many times, please see our Starscream Disambiguation page.
  External Links: Learn more about Starscream at TFWiki.net.