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Dead End

Boxed

Decepticon

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In another situation, Cliffjumper and Dead End might be friends. Or whatever passes for friends among individuals who are constantly doing things just to provoke pr freak out other people. Cliffjumper lives to pick fights with people, while Dead End spends most of his time lurking in corners and saying the creepiest, most bizarre things he can think of. As things stand, though, these two are enemies, which means the extent of their relationship is Dead End saying something about darkness to Cliffjumper, and getting struck for it.
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Variations

There are no known variations of this figure.

 

Notes

Availability: This figure was available exclusively at Toys R Us Stores with Titanium Cliffjumper (2009) in 2009.

Additional Versions of Dead End:

Recolors: This mold was recolored from Titanium Movie Autobot Jazz (2007).
Remolds: This figure was never remolded.

Name Reuses: The name Dead End was reassigned from Dead End (1986-2016), Beast Wars Neo Dead End (1999) and Armada Dead End (2003-2004) and was later assigned to Botcon 2011 Animated Dead End (2011), Prime Dead End (2012), Bot Shots Dead End (2013), Construct-Bots Dead End (2013), and Kre-O Dead End (2014).