Profile, Abilities and Weaknesses description taken
from The Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye, comic series published by Dreamwave Comics in 2003.
If Fizzle were as good at his job as he claims to be, the Autobot/Decepticon war would've ended milennia
ago. He rants loudly and arrogantly (especially when overindulging in cheap Energon) about all the grand
designs he has for himeslf, belittling others while making himself out to be t genius whose "big break"
is just around the corner. Fizzle blames any failure of his battle plans on the ineptitude of the soldiers
involved. He drowns his regrets about a life wasted on pointless warfare by creating elaborate success
fantasies for himself, which he smugly shares when inebriated. Fellow Autobots pity the tortured Fizzle in
moments of clarity, he inevitably feels guilty and embarrassed about his rash statements.
Subject is skilled in designing land-based combat strategies. He is equipped with advanced logistics
analysis equipment and can instatnly store and retrieve any terrain information in his geographical data banks for
futre reference when plotting attack. In vehicle mode, Subject can go from 0 to 200 miles per hour in only
Subnject's excesses lower his ability to plan effective strategy or perform in battle. he often stalls on
Bibliography of significant appearances: The Sparkabots made a handful of appearances in the UK
(only) G1 Transformers comic series (not outlined below)
(Marvel) #46 - Triggerbots and Sparkabots are held captive in a Decepticon prison.
(Marvel) #67 Guzzle is the only Sparkabot shown in
the "Alternate Reality" universe depicted in this issue. We can presume all Sparkabots are a part
of this reality, but are not depicted.
Other (toy) Appearances:
- 1988 - Autobot Sparkabot