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(Voiced by Tom Kenny)
While most of the DECEPTICONS viewed MEGATRONís defeat and seemingly extinguished spark as a blow to their cause, STARSCREAM viewed it as an opportunity for his own cause. STARSCREAM has always lived in MEGATRONís shadow, and it burns him constantly. He feels heís done as much if not more than MEGATRON in the name of the DECEPTICON cause, but he simply lacks MEGATRONís charisma to inspire others to follow him. STARSCREAM makes up for this failing with lies, deceit, manipulation and when all else failsÖMORE lies, deceit and manipulation. STARSCREAM would love nothing more than to obtain the ALLSPARK himself, win the devotion of the DECEPTICONS and usurp MEGATRONís rule. Heís driven by jealousy, pure and simple. A Machiavellian manipulator who never met an ally he wasnít willing to stab in the back to get what he wants.
Robot Mode Power: STARSCREAM has incredible speed, maneuverability, and hovering capabilities. He can fly rings round the AUTOBOTS. In addition, he can affect a sonic scream and produce powerful blasts of sound that can send enemies spinning through the atmosphere.
Vehicle Mode Appearance: Harrier Jet.
Character description from package "tech spec": No one really likes Starscream, not even the
other Decepticons. Who can blame them though? He'll do whatever it takes to gain control of the Decepticons,
even going so far as trying to destroy his commander Megatron directly. Of course, he's alsonearly as powerful as
Megatron, and just as sneaky. He's the fastest flier there is, and even Optimus Prime would have a hard time
beating him in a fight. He's the best there is at what he does. Even so he sometimes overrates himself, and
that's why he's second in command.
Galactic Powers and Abilities:
> Fastest vehicle mode of any Decepticon.
> Aerial assault and tactical blitz expert.
> Weapons can shatter metal and disrupt electronics
appearances: Besides Megatron, Starscream has made more appearances than any other Decepticon in the Transformers
Universe. Below is a listing of the other versions and when they were released
Generation 1 original
Classic Pretender Version
Action Master form
1993 G2 version.
The Beast Wars began in
1996. And with this now classic series Starscream appeared as the Ghost of his G1
1997 "Machine Wars"
* Surprisingly, there was no R.ID Starscream though a character with the same name was heavily featured throughout the,
2002, TF: Armada
2003 a blue recolor, (the same persona oddly named
2004 Energon Starscream
2005 Cybertron "Supreme" Starscream and the voyager version which came
with Vector Prime in a 2 pack.
2006 Classics Starscream
2007 "Masterpiece Starscream" and the voyager class toy of the live action movie
and Titanium version.
2008 Animated Starscream and all those "clone recolors, whether they'll all be released
as toys remains to be seen. It's also a safe bet to say they'll be a couple versions to come in association wit
the 2009 live action movie... TBD...
of significant appearances: Arguably, the most heavily featured Decepticons, Starscream played a major role in all the
events of the "Animated" series. Transform and Roll Out and
especially in the last,
part 3. His prominent role and "death" in Megatron Rising, part
2... He returned to prominence in 16
Mission Accomplished, 20
A Fistful of Energon and very the very big part he played in episodes 25 and 26 A Bridge Too Close
parts 1 and