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    Haywire is an Autobot-aligned Nebulan Targetmaster from the Generation 1 continuity family. I think we got to Scatman's Land.One of the younger Nebulans to binary bond to a Transformer, Haywire (aka Hyperfire) is very much of the "act first, think later"-impulsive-teenage mold. In that respect, the relationship between Haywire and his partner Blurr is one where they get on like a house on fire, but also a classic example of the lack of planning in the early stages of Targetmasters bonding for how effective a combat team they would make. Transforming into an electro-laser cannon, Haywire is just as hyperactive as his partner in combat, often more concerned with how often he fires than where he's aiming or how effective his shots are.Haywire's nature varies. In some universes he is an organic Nebulan; in others he is a robotic Cybertronian.Contents1 Fiction1.1 Marvel The Transformers comics1.2 The Transformers cartoon1.3 Titans Return marketing material1.4 Beast Wars: Uprising1.5 Legends comic2 Toys2.1 Generation 12.2 United2.3 Generations2.4 Legends3 Notes3.1 Foreign names Fiction Marvel The Transformers comicsHaywire was among those Nebulans who at great risk to themselves, joined the outlawed Autobots during Zarak and Scorponok's reign of terror on Nebulos. After undergoing the bio-engineering process that allowed them to transform into replacement weapons, they partnered with the six Autobots who had surrendered their weapons some months earlier. In his case, he was binary bonded to Blurr in order to defend his planet from the Decepticon forces. He first saw action in the Autobots' unsuccessful defense of The Nursery; though the Targetmaster upgrade he had undergone allowed him to effectively push back the enemy, the ensuing firefight nonetheless left the facility in ruins. Shortly afterwards, the Autobot forces fled to join those on Earth in an attempt to lure their enemies away, and save Nebulos from further harm. Brothers in Armor!!Haywire and Blurr went along with the other Autobot Targetmasters selected to accompany Fortress Maximus to Earth to rescue Buster Witwicky, brother of the newly binary-bonded Spike Witwicky, who proceeded to introduce his team to his father. The group's rescue attempt at the Decepticons island base was ultimately unsuccessful. The Desert Island of Space!Let's see what you can see...This article is in need of images.Specifics: Comic appearances The Transformers cartoonVoice actor: Rob Paulsen (English), Jin Horikawa (Japanese), Bernd Simon (German, The Rebirth, Part 1) I'm Green, but not Big & Mean.A member of Gort's group of freedom fighters, Haywire took part in an ambush to capture beings whom the Nebulans assumed were Hive machines. He was quick to notice that the machines had humans with them and, as it turned out, the machines were actually heroic Autobots. Haywire mused aloud that if they had the physical power of the Autobots, the Hive machines would be no problem. The Rebirth, Part 1When the Autobots stole Targetmaster technology from the Decepticons, Haywire volunteered to be binary bonded to Blurr. He greeted the Autobot leader Optimus Prime to Nebulos by boasting about his ability to hit a target from a distance of four thousand yards. The Rebirth, Part 2 Like the other Nebulans, he traveled to Cybertron with the Autobots, and helped to close the Plasma Energy Chamber and bring a new Golden Age to the planet. Afterward, they returned to Nebulos to rid the planet of the Hive's machines. The Rebirth, Part 3 Titans Return marketing material Hyperfire was one of the ancient Titan Masters that once crewed the vast Titan robots at the dawn of time. His unique Spark possessed the power to grant the gift of enhanced speed to any being he joined with. This speed made him one of the few beings alive who could keep up with the Autobot Blurr and made him a target for power hungry Decepticons. Titans Return Blurr/Hyperfire toy bioOn the planet Velocitron, Hyperfire was driving Blurr, as the pair competed in the planet's biggest race against Wheelie. Before they were finished, Hyperfire found himself the target of Scourge and Crashbash, who tried to capture him. Titans Return: The Power of the Titan Masters Beast Wars: UprisingHaywire was one of the Autobot Targetmasters whom Hyperfire warned of the impending Targetmaster Extirpation. Trigger Warnings Legends comicThe Haywire Laser was a powerful laser gun and the ultimate weapon created by the Laser Beasts. Tigerburn brought it with him to the Legends World to defeat White Leo, only for White Lune to use the power of the Three Wise Ones' gems to merge with it. The Haywire Laser became White Lune's body, and in this form she was able to transform from a gun into a robot. Bonus Edition Vol. 51 Toys Generation 1 Blurr (Targetmaster, 1987) Haywire was first released in 1987, boxed with the Targetmaster version of Blurr; he is a small humanoid in robot armor that transforms into an "electro-laser cannon". Like most Targetmaster weapons, his transformation is simple; just fold his legs up, and the barrels of his gun form are revealed. Haywire could be placed in either of Blurr's hands or in a plug just in front of his windshield. This resulted in a noticeable difference between Blurr's Targetmaster mold and his earlier release: his hands and chestpiece needed to be retooled to add peg-holes large enough to accommodate his new partner.More information on Haywire (with Blurr) at TFU.info United You'd think a sniper'd want a better grip on his gun...Haywire (Targetmaster Micron, 2010-12-28) A redeco of Power Core Combiners Caliburst, Haywire transforms from robot mode a hand-held rifle. He was only available at Yamada Denki stores with the purchase of over 3000 yen worth of United product, and is meant to complement the United Blurr toy. Though loose in the Transformers: Generations Blurr's hands, Haywire fits snugly in the United version's hands. His instructions only show the hand-held mode, but as he is a Power Core Combiners Mini-Con mold, he can also be converted into anti-aircraft artillery meant for vehicle-mode use (attached by his Powerlinx socket), plus an "armor" mode that connects to a Power Core Combiners Commander toy's chest or back-mounted Powerlinx plug for use in either of their robot modes. This mold was also used to make Darkray. Generations Hyperfire & Blurr (Deluxe, 2016) Released as part of the first wave of Titans Return Deluxe Class figures, Hyperfire (presumably renamed because of trademark reasons) is only available with his larger partner Blurr. He can sit in Blurr's cockpit in vehicle mode, or form his partner's head. He can also pilot Blurr's hood, which unfolds into a sort of tiny vehicle. Haywire is designed to interact with any Deluxe, Voyager, or Leader class figure from the same line, compatible with their various accessories and capable of forming their heads. Hyperfire's robot mode is based on Generation 1 Stylor, and, unsurprisingly, he was retooled into Titans Return Stylor.This toy also doubles as the independent Beast Wars: Uprising character Hyperfire. The retooled Stylor from the Hyperfire mold would've been redecoed/retooled into Alexis Thi Dang Titan Master with Hot Shot & Jolt for the BotCon 2017 attendee freebie that never came to be.Titans Return mold: HyperfireHasbro: Titans Return HyperfireTitans Return Autobot StylorTitans Return Titan Force Autobot TeslorTitans Return Autobot TeslorTitans Return Autobot ThrottleTitans Return ParsecTitans Return LeinadTakaraTomy: Legends Blurr's headLegends ChromeLegends CanaLegends Headmaster Set ChromedomeLegends Headmaster Set Brainstorm Legends Targetmaster Doublecross (2017-11-25)ID number: LG51Available with Legends Targetmaster Doublecross, Haywire transforms into a gun that can be wielded by Doublecross or plugged into Doublecross's chest in dragon mode. The reason for this new pairing is likely that the mold was not production-ready in time for the Legends Blurr toy.In fiction, this toy represents White Lune in Targetmaster armor, but is kept on this page for informative purposes. Notes Foreign namesJapanese: Haywire (ヘイワイアーHeiwaiā; ヘイワイヤー Heiwaiyā)Retrieved from "http://tfwiki.net/mediawiki/index.php?title=Haywire&oldid=1226846" Categories: Articles in need of imagesBeast Wars: Uprising AutobotsGeneration 1 AutobotsJapanese promotion exclusivesLegends AutobotsMini-ConsNebulansTargetmastersTitan MastersTitans ReturnUnited characters
     

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