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Encyclopedia > Bludgeon (Transformers)

Bludgeon is the name given to two fictional characters in the Transformers Universes. A fictional character is any person who appears in a work of fiction. ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged with Transformers series. ...


Transformers: Generation One (1986)

Transformers character
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"To know your own limits, you must first know your foe's limits."
Allegiance Decepticon
Subgroup Pretender
Function Electric Warrior
Alternate mode Tank
Series Marvel Comics, Dreamwave comics

Bludgeon's outer shell resembles a human skeleton dressed in traditional Japanese samurai armor. Various Transformers toys. ... Image File history File links Bludgeon. ... Image File history File links Bludgeon. ... The Decepticons (known as Destrons in Japan or Distructor in Italy) are the enemies of the Autobots, and the villains in the fictional universe of the Transformers toyline and related spin-off comics and cartoons. ... It has been suggested that Felicia (pseudonym) be merged into this article or section. ... Dreamwave Productions was a Canadian art design studio and comic book publisher, best known for their multiple Transformers comic book series. ... Diagram of a human skeleton The human skeleton is made of individual or joined bones, supported and supplemented by a structure of ligaments, tendons, muscles, cartilage and other organs. ... For other uses, please see Samurai (disambiguation) Japanese samurai in armour, 1860s. ...


He is ferocious warrior who is skilled at the ancient Cybertronian martial art known as metallikato. Metallikato is a fictional Cybertronian martial art in the Transformers Universes. ...


Marvel Comics


Bludgeon had a prominent role in the Marvel Transformers comic. He was initially part of Thunderwing's assassin group right before the Matrix Quest, and was later elected leader of the Decepticons after the battle with Unicron. It has been suggested that Felicia (pseudonym) be merged into this article or section. ... There have been three main publishers of comic book series called Transformers, based on the toylines of the same name. ... Thunderwing is a Decepticon Pretender in the Transformers toyline. ... The Matrix Quest is the official collective name for issues #62 through #65 in Marvels Transformers comics. ... Unicron, in the movie Planet Mode, devouring a moon of Cybertron Unicron is a planet-sized transformer who devours worlds and played the primary antagonist in his first appearance, Transformers: The Movie, in which he is voiced by Orson Welles - this was actually his final film role before his death...


Bludgeon's leadership style was effective, ruthless and extremely war-oriented. He ordered, and participated in, several offensive strikes against Autobots, humans, and even rival Decepticon factions. In the U.K. comics, he killed Catilla, a former Decepticon turned Autobot causing ex-Decepticon Carnivac who loosely allied himself with the Autobots "Survivors" group to hunt Bludgeon to avenge Catilla's death. The Autobots (also known as Cybertrons in Japan) are the heroes in the Transformers toyline and related spin-off comics and cartoons. ...


Transformers: Generation 2


Bludgeon, following a brief exile between the original Marvel series and Marvel's Generation 2 sequel had created a large planet-like spacecraft known as the Warworld, which functioned as a vessel for pirating resources throughout the galaxy. Bludgeon then made a bid to lure Optimus Prime to Earth to steal the Autobot Creation Matrix so life could be granted to a new generation of Decepticon warriors. The plan involved a full-scale attack on Earth and did succeed in drawing Optimus Prime to Earth's defense, but not before Bludgeon was killed by Megatron, who wanted command of the Decepticons for himself once more. To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... Optimus Prime (known in Japan as Convoy) is the name of several fictional characters from the Transformers universes. ... Megatron is the leader of the Decepticons in fictional Transformers Universes. ...


Transformers: Armada


An alternate universe version of Bludgeon (which looked identical, visually) later appeared in Dreamwave's comic in their cross-over storyline "World's Apart".


Transformers Robots in Disguise

The name Bludgeon was last used on a yellow repaint of Generation 2's Hero Megatron. The toy did not resemble the tank from the Generation One character and may well be a separate character as he did not appear in any comics or television series and Hasbro did not release any story for him other than he is part of a Destructicon sub-group.


Unofficially considered part of the Transformers: Universe line.


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the Transformers: Robots in Disguise Handbook (1064 words)
They were in the dark about his true mission, however, until rather late in the game - it wasn't until after the Autobots stumbled onto Fortress Maximus' hiding place that Megatron revealed that was why he was really on the planet in the first place.
Various hints from the translations of the original, Japanese tech specs indicate that all the Transformers featured in the Robots in Disguise cartoon came to 'modern' earth from some far-flung future, one that occurs after even the Beast Machines series.
While these may be mere nods to the legions of Transformers fans, it is nice to think of the RiD series as an end cap to the original Transformers continuity, which has been replaced with the new Armada and Energon shows, both of which apparently start from a different 'base' entirely.
Bludgeon (Transformers) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (383 words)
Bludgeon is the name given to two fictional characters in the Transformers Universes.
Bludgeon, following a brief exile between the original Marvel series and Marvel's Generation 2 sequel had created a large planet-like spacecraft known as the Warworld, which functioned as a vessel for pirating resources throughout the galaxy.
Bludgeon then made a bid to lure Optimus Prime to Earth to steal the Autobot Creation Matrix so life could be granted to a new generation of Decepticon warriors.
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