Sale
transformer Thundercracker (Animated)

Log In to be able to add this product to your Wish List.

transformer Thundercracker (Animated)

$399.00
  • Model: tfwiki1216685
  • Shipping Weight: 1lbs
  • 1 Units in Stock
QTY
  • Ask Questions About This Item
Add To Kaboodle Share on Tumblr
Subscribe This:
Add you Tags

Tags List


    Product Description
    The name or term Thundercracker refers to more than one character or idea, all of which are inferior. Do not dignify the other meanings by seeing Thundercracker (disambiguation).Thundercracker condescends to be a Decepticon from the Transformers Animated continuity family. The greatest minds in Transformers history against me! Let's pray they're up to it.Thundercracker, the Egomaniac Starscream, is completely awesome. You pin-headed, addle-pated morons haven't even got the tiniest inkling of what a grand and glorious robot this Starscream clone is. When it comes to Decepticons who are the best of everything, nobody can top this clone, and it comes as no surprise that you would doubt such a simple fact. His brilliance does tend to blind lesser beings... that is to say, everyone else ever.Even that inferior template, the original Starscream, cannot comprehend his majesty, mistaking his obvious superiority for simply being a pain in the crankcase. “ You second-rate clones aren't even worthy to breathe my exhaust fumes! ” —Thundercracker, "A Bridge Too Close, Part I"Contents1 Fiction1.1 Animated cartoon1.2 The Cool comic2 Toys2.1 Animated3 Notes3.1 Foreign names Fiction Animated cartoonVoice actor: Himself Tom Kenny (English), Jin Yamanoi (Japanese), Alexander Kovriznyh (Russian), Stefan Staudinger (German), Daniele Demma (Italian), Él mismo Alexis Quiroz (Latin American Spanish, season 1 and 2), Kari Tamminen (Finnish) Thundercracker quickly asserted his self-image in discussions with the other clones. When Starscream began his speech to lead them into battle, Thundercracker had the bearings to shove Starscream aside and lead the charge to Earth himself. A Bridge Too Close, Part I My smirk is the greatest in the Multiverse!Some would think he wasn't as hot as he knew he was, as Mixmaster effortlessly encased him in a gloopy mess early in the battle for the space bridge. As Thundercracker tried to break free, he caromed into Skywarp and Blurr, and all three were hurled into the space bridge, to an unknown destination. However, any discerning being would realize that this was all just part of Thundercracker's secret plan. A Bridge Too Close, Part IIThis plan came to fruition shortly afterwards, when the inferior Autobot humbly suggested that Thundercracker use his incredible sonic powers to free them from the glue. As soon as he had done so, Blurr tried to make his escape; Thundercracker flew after him, but Blurr jumped off his face as he vaulted himself into space. He meant to do that. TransWarped The Cool comic Urgh, move over! You lot are obstructing my magnificence!Thundercracker boldly arrived at the forefront of the Clone Army attack on the Decepticon space bridge. His unmatched skill proved a mighty challenge for Optimus Prime and Megatron, who were forced to team up just to fight back. The Cool Episode 7The honorable and undefeated Thundercracker cleverly played robotopossum as Megatron lorded his so-called "victory" over him. Thundercracker then followed Megatron's orders to attack Omega Supreme, but only because it was part of his plan! Then Omega Supreme blew Thundercracker away with a single blast from his arm cannon. Thundercracker knew what he was doing, any fool could see that.The Cool Episode 8 Toys Animated I'm an Activator and not a Voyager? This is a severe misrepresentation of my importance. (Hasbro Version Pictured) (TakaraTomy Version Pictured)Thundercracker (Activator, 2008)Japanese ID number: TA-24 Part of the third wave of Activators, Thundercracker is a redeco of Starscream, transforming into a futuristic, forward-swept wing fighter jet based upon the Su-47 (S-37) Berkut Experimental Fighter and the YF-19 "Alpha One from the series Macross Plus. Like all Activators, he has a spring-loaded autotransformation from vehicle to robot mode. The actual toy is closer to violet-purple than the production photos make him out to be, and the overall colour scheme is not very close to the animation model. However, it's STILL vastly superior to any other toy in the Activators line. Thundercracker also had a release in Japan in 2010. Other than the new & glorious packaging than the inferior Hasbro release, those foolish toymakers did not deck me some better looking shiny metallic paint, but instead they give me a pair of ugly white-bordered classic Decepticon insignias, replacing the already least magnificent all-gold insignias.This mold was also used to make Dirge, Skywarp and Ramjet, but their toys aren't near as worthy to be bought as Thundercracker's is.More information on Thundercracker at TFU.info Because nobody wants Ramjet, apparently.Thundercracker (Voyager, 2010)Accessories: 2 missiles You fools honestly didn't expect Thundercracker's superior form to be made into a toy? Shame on you! Of course, he is a (vastly superior) redeco of his inferior template, Starscream, and his fellow (and even more inferior) clones, that worthless coward Skywarp and that two-bit suck-up Sunstorm. Thundercracker proved entirely too important to waste his time sullying inferior toy store shelves, and was cancelled before receiving a US release. However, unlike several other low-rent toys who this fate also claimed, like Blackout and Wingblade Optimus Prime, even TakaraTomy proved unable to handle just how amazing Thundercracker was, and found themselves unable to find any stores that could contain his magnificence in Japan, either. But it's not as if you're good enough to have the honor of owning a Voyager Thundercracker anyway, you peasants.Proceed on your way to oblivion.This item has been canceled, with no current plans for release. Thundercracker Clear Blue Version (EZ Collection, 2010) This glorious redeco of Legends Starscream in translucent blue plastic (with some opaque blue parts). He was available from select Ishimaru, Eiden, Deodeo, Bic Camera, Midori Electrical and Yodobashi Camera stores with toy sections in Japan, given away for free to inferior customers who purchased a glorious amount of Animated merchandise totaling at least a high cost 3,000 yen on July 24th.This mold was also used to make other inferior versions: Starscream Clear Purple Version, Sunstorm Clear Orange Version, Skywarp Clear Purple Version, Ramjet Clear White Version, and Starscream Clone Black Version Notes Thundercracker is never named as such in the cartoon. He is simply referred to as "an egomaniac" by the female Starscream, and none of the male clones are given separate listings from Starscream in the voice credits. The scripts and animation model sheets simply refer to him as "Egomaniac Starscream". The toy was first to give him a name, and it was later reinforced by The AllSpark Almanac. Foreign namesJapanese: Thundercracker (サンダークラッカー Sandākurakkā)Retrieved from "http://tfwiki.net/mediawiki/index.php?title=Thundercracker_(Animated)&oldid=1216685" Categories: Unreleased toysStarscream clones
     

    You may also be interested in the following product(s)

    • Sale
      Marvel Legends Walgreens Exclusive 6" Invisible Woman. Available Now!
      $199.99
    • Sale
      Generation Toy GT-4 J4ZZ. Available Now!
      $199.99
    • Sale
      Vintage Italeri #243 Leopard 2 Main Battle Tank
      $68.00
    • Sale
      transformer Galactic Axe
      $399.00