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This is a list of known Autobots in the Transformers fictional universe and toy line. The alternate modes of Autobots are usually cars, trucks, and various other ground-based civilian vehicles, to contrast with the military vehicles favored by the Decepticons (see List of Decepticons).
Powerdashers are mail order Transformers whose name stood for one of three available molds.
Pretenders are Transformers who had an inner robot secluded behind a protective outer shell.
These are Japanese exclusive Headmasters who transformed into bodiless heads.
These are repaint Godmasters who transformed into bodiless engines.
Did not appear in anime.
The three Powered Masters combined into a super vehicle.
+ indicates characters who did not appear in the Robots in Disguise TV series. The appellation "Autobot Heroes" derives from Hasbro's official name for the three-pack of Nightcruz, Mirage GT, and Scavenger.
The Omega Sentinels were a mass-produced line of weapons of mass destruction sharing the same body-shape, created as part of "Project Omega". Each of the Omega Sentinels are named after the letters in the Greek alphabet. Omega S.P.R.E.E.M. (Strike Prototype; Rapid Engagement & Elimination Module) was the best known of the small-scale prototype Omega Sentinels that preceded Omega Supreme.
The Autobots did appear but only in the first and last issue of the Angry Birds Transformers comic book mini-series
When the Eggspark crashed landed onto Piggy Island, the flock were transformed into the Autobirds.
Autobots are a team of sentient mechanical self-configuring modular robotic lifeforms from the planet Cybertron led by Optimus Prime, and the main protagonists in the universe of the Transformers, a collection of various toys, cartoons, movies, graphic novels, and paperback books first introduced in 1984. The "Heroic Autobots" are opposed by the "Evil Decepticons". Both Autobots and Decepticons are humanoid robots that can transform into machines, vehicles and other familiar mechanical objects, as well as mimic organic lifeforms (Dinobots). Autobots typically transform into regular cars, trucks, or other road vehicles (automobiles) but some are aircraft, military vehicles, communication devices, weapons, and even robotic animals. These Autobots are often grouped into special "teams" that have the suffix "-bot" at the end, such as in Dinobot.
Arcee is the name of several fictional characters in the Transformers franchise. They are female Autobots, usually pink or blue in color. Being the most famous of the Female Autobots, she has made more appearances and has had several more incarnations than any other female Transformer. Originally she turned into a car, however, later incarnations have turned into motorcycles. Arcee's design, alternate mode, and personality vary depending on continuity. Usually colored pink and white, she has also been depicted as a blue-colored character, and Botcon storyline saw her reformatted into a Maximal spider.
Jazz is a fictional robot superhero character from the Transformers robot superhero franchise. He is usually portrayed as a music-loving robot that speaks using American slang. In certain continuities he is show as being Optimus Prime's good friend and right-hand man, but in all continuities, he transforms into some kind of sports car.
Bumblebee, designation B-127, is a fictional robot superhero in the many continuities in the Transformers franchise. The character is a member of the Autobots, a group of sentient self-configuring modular extraterrestrial robotic lifeforms.
Sideswipe is a fictional robot superhero character in the Transformers franchise. Because of trademark restrictions, toys of the character are sometimes marketed as SideSwipe.
Cliffjumper is the name of several fictional robot superhero characters from the Transformers robot superhero franchise. His name is usually associated with an Autobot whose toys are often red repaints or remold of Bumblebee toys.
The Transformers: Infiltration is a six-issue comic book mini-series, published by IDW Publishing, based on the Transformers. The series was previewed with a #0 in October, 2005, formally launched with #1 in January 2006 and ended with #6 in July.
The Transformers: Escalation is a six-issue comic book mini-series, published by IDW Publishing, based on the Transformers and following on from The Transformers: Infiltration. The series launched in November 2006 and ended in April 2007. The series is available in The Transformers: Volume 2.
Transformers: Animated is an American animated television series based on the Transformers toy line. It was produced by Cartoon Network Studios and Hasbro and animated by The Answer Studio, Mook Animation, and Studio 4°C (shorts). The series debuted on Cartoon Network on December 26, 2007, and ended on May 23, 2009. In Japan, the show debuted on April 3, 2010, on both TV Aichi and TV Tokyo.
Transformers: Cyber Missions is a computer animated web series in Hasbro's Transformers robot superhero franchise, produced to supplement the live-action film series.
Transformers: Dark of the Moon is an action-adventure video game which was released on June 14, 2011 in North America. The Wii and the 3DS versions are different from the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3; there is also a DS version that was also different from the console and Wii and 3DS versions. Transformers: Dark of the Moon was revealed on February 12, 2011 along the release of the trailer for the game. The PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of the game were developed by High Moon Studios, who previously developed Transformers: War for Cybertron while the Wii, Nintendo DS, and Nintendo 3DS versions were developed by Behaviour Interactive. The game features a mode known as "Stealth Force" in which characters only partially transform from their vehicle mode. Weapons protrude from the vehicle form and more precise controls are available, such as strafing; airplanes also use this Stealth Force. Electronic Arts released mobile incarnations of the game for Symbian, iOS and BlackBerry.
Transformers: Dark of the Moon: The Junior Novel is an adaptation of the 2011 film Transformers: Dark of the Moon written by Michael Kelly. For younger readers the violence featured in the movie is scaled down considerably and the book features a different ending than the one seen in the film to avoid spoilers as the novel was released before the movie was, although this could be contributed to the fact that the novel may have been based on an earlier version of the script than the one seen in the final film.
Transformers: Retribution is a science fiction adventure novel by David J. Williams and Mark S. Williams. It is final installment of the History of the War for Cybertron trilogy, consisting of Transformers: Exodus, and Transformers: Exiles, and exists in the same continuity as Transformers: Prime and Transformers: War for Cybertron. It differs in some respects from the previous installments in the trilogy, mostly in bringing the series closer to matching the established lore of Transformers: Prime.