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Blaster


Autobot

Function: Communications




 

Modes

Tape Deck Mode
(Not a working radio)

 

Parts

Electro-Scrambler Gun

 

Tech Spec

"When the music is rockin, I'm rollin. "

Finds all Earth music interesting, but it's rock'n'roll -- good, hard and loud -- that really sparks his circuits. In the forefront of any situation he's involved in. As AM/FM stereo cassette player, he can perform as deck plus receive radio signals of all frequencies with power outputs as low as 1/1,000,000 watt. Acts as Autobot communications center... can transmit up to 4,000 miles. Carries electro-scrambler gun that disrupts electrical devices.

Strength
Intelligence
Speed
Endurance
Rank
Courage
Firepower
Skill
8
8
2
8
7
9
7
9

 

Variations

Solid Back Variant:
Some versions of Blaster had the battery cover sealed.

 

Notes

Availability: This figure was available in 1985 through 1986.

Additional Versions of Blaster:

Decoy
Blaster

(1986)

Twincast
(1987, Japan)
San Diego Comic Con 2010
Autobot Blaster
(2010)
Encore
Twincast

(2012, Japan)
Platinum Edition
Autobot Blaster
(2015)
Titans Return
Autobot Blaster
(2016)
Recolors: This mold was recolored into San Diego Comic Con 2010 Autobot Blaster (2010) and Platinum Edition Autobot Blaster (2015).
Remolds: This figure was remolded into Twincast (1987, Japan), Encore Twincast (2012, Japan), and E-Hobby Shattered Glass Blaster (2013, Japan).

Name Reuses: The name Blaster was reassigned to Fall of Cybertron Autobot Blaster (2013) and Kre-O Blaster (2015).

Additionally, the name was used for the Gobots character Blaster (1984).