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Jhiaxus (pronounced gee-axe-us) was a fictional character in the Marvel Comics's Transformers: Generation 2 comic. He was the Cybertronian leader (or more appropriately, warlord) of the second-generation Decepticons. The Three Graces, here in a painting by Sandro Botticelli, were the goddesses of charm, beauty, nature, human creativity and fertility in Greek mythology. ... Marvel Comics is an American comic book line published by Marvel Entertainment, Inc. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... Cybertron from the original cartoon series Cybertron is the home world of the Autobots and Decepticons in the assorted stories in the fictional Transformers Universe. ...

Transformers: Generation 2

Jhiaxus, Leige Centuro of the Cybertronian forces.
Jhiaxus, Leige Centuro of the Cybertronian forces.

He held the rank Liege Centuro. In one notable occurrence, Jhiaxus destroyed San Francisco, just to anger Optimus Prime. Image File history File links Jhiaxusg2. ... Image File history File links Jhiaxusg2. ... This page is a candidate for speedy deletion. ... This page is for the original 1984 Transformers character, Optimus Prime. ...

He had a cold, callous personality - a big departure from Megatron's zeal, Galvatron's insanity and Shockwave's calculating logic - and, as he didn't view organics as being actual lifeforms, believed the Empire was a progressive force of construction. His weakness, however, was his inner demons as he attempted to suppress his past as a brutal butcher and, after constant defeats by the G1 "throwbacks", went insane under the stress of it. Megatron is the primary villain of the Transformers franchise throughout the various Generation 1 series. ... Galvatron is the name of several fictional and often visually cognate characters from the various Transformers Universes, most often the recreated version of that universes Megatron. ... Shockwave (Laserwave in Japan, Onde de Choc in France, Brutal in Italy) is a Decepticon in the name of several fictional character in the Transformers Universe. ...

He is one of the strongest combatants in Transformers, sending a berserker Optimus on the run and defeating G2 Megatron in single combat.


Jhiaxus was among the earliest "second generation" Decepticons that would eventually form the Cybertronian Empire, and he was originally a vicious, warmongering butcher and sadist who revelled in slaughter. When the Empire abandoned Cybertron and turned to Cyberforming the universe, he believed they were progressing towards construction and that he was abandoning his brutal past. When he ran into the Autobot platoon under Optimus & Grimlock, he captured them alive with intent to convince them to join the Empire, and when they rebelled he pursued them with intent to destroy. The Decepticons (also known as Destrons in Japan) are the enemies of the Autobots, and the villains in the Transformers toyline and related spin-off comics and cartoons. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ...

The pursuit went bad when both Autobot & Imperial flew into a sector of space inhabited by psychic parasites that fed off violent feelings. Everyone went berserk, and after they'd escaped Jhiaxus was left staggered by witnessing his brutal past once more. He internally pledged that he had to hunt down and wipe out the Autobots, because their existence and morality challenged the Empire's ideology far too greatly - if they were right about organics being alive, he was still a sadistic butcher. This was where his downfall began, as he became obsessed with removing the "throwbacks".

Prime made an attempt to form an alliance with Megatron against Jhiaxus. It failed, and Optimus decided to wait for Megatron's Decepticons to come into conflict with Jhiaxus'. The conflict began with the obliteration of a Decepticon scout team and then a mass assault on Megatron's Warworld flagship. The battle resulted in an indiscriminant slaughter, with the original Decepticon forces being decimated. In an attempt to turn the tide of the battle and prove himself the true Decepticon leader, Megatron challenged Jhiaxus to a duel and was nearly killed. Ironically, it was this defeat that caused the Decepticons to ally with the Autobots, and thus Jhiaxus' attempt at removing a threat had only increased it!

Over the course of the ensuing war, he began to slip more into rage and insanity, ordering galaxy-wide massacres to draw the Autobots out and proving himself unable to deal with unexpected setbacks, greatly limiting his effectiveness as a leader. In the end it was to be his rage that destroyed him.

After learning of the existence of The Swarm, Optimus Prime attempted to reach out to Jhiaxus. The latter however had now lost all grip on his sanity due to his defeats at the hands of the outnumbered and outdated alliance. Soon after the destruction of San Francisco, done solely to show he could, he engaged Optimus in battle and decimated him, his first blow shattered Prime's faceplate and destroyed his vocal systems. Before he could finish the battle, The Swarm arrived. Driven by his rage, Jhiaxus challenged The Swarm itself. Being a foe that could not be combated through ordinary means, Jhiaxus was unable to harm it and was consumed with ease. The Swarm is a creature in the fictional world of the Transformers: Generation 2 comic by Marvel Comics. ...

Unlike most of the notable Transformer characters in the Transformers comics, Jhiaxus is not based on a toy, but was instead completely invented by Marvel. The name "Jhiaxus" is a pun on the words "gee, axe us", anticipating the short life of the Generation 2 comic, which proved to be correct.

Transformers: Robots in Disguise

Robots in Disguise Jhiaxus
Robots in Disguise Jhiaxus

Near the end of the toyline's life, the name Jhiaxus was used for an orange repaint of the Beast Machines jet Jetstorm. Image File history File links Jhiaxus-rid. ... Image File history File links Jhiaxus-rid. ... Jetstorm is the name of five characters in the Transformers Universes. ...

Although he had no tech specs or background information, he was finally given a bio in one of the Transformers collectors club magazines, where it was revealed he was indeed the same character as the Generation 2 Jhiaxus. The collectors club planned to make Jhiaxus part of their Transformers: Universe fiction, explaining how a G2 character could appear in Robots in Disguise, supposedly a different universe altogether.

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Jhiaxus crosses the floor to his throne and climbs the stairs, settling himself there over his smelting pits, where he can contemplate their fiery patters and think quietly.
Jhiaxus - Multiversal Omnipedia (215 words)
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A version of Jhiaxus was among those Transformers kidnapped from throughout the multiverse by Unicron.
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