Thunderwing

Thunderwing is the name of several fictional characters from the Transformers series. Introduced in 1989, he was a major villain in the Marvel Comics Transformers series. Although Thunderwing was created after the US Transformers television series ended, the character of Black Shadow did appear in the Japanese Transformers series, who was based on the same design as Thunderwing. In later years other characters have carried on the name Thunderwing in the Transformers line, including two Mini-Cons and a mirror-universe version of the original character, who was a law enforcement officer. In 2010 Hasbro released a new Thunderwing toy based on the original character.

Read more about Thunderwing:  Transformers: Generation 1, Transformers: Armada, Transformers: Classic, Shattered Glass, Transformers: Prime

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The Transformers: Stormbringer - Plot Summary
... through flashbacks that during the war, the Decepticon scientist Thunderwing realized that the planet Cybertron was dying due to the adverse effects of the Autobot-Decepticon ... When this was rejected by Megatron, Thunderwing tested the process on himself ... depths of Cybertron, but Prime refused to allow Megatron to destroy their world to make sure of Thunderwing's destruction ...
Skullgrin - Transformers: Generation 1 - IDW Publishing
... the Pretender process, called "bio-cybernetic grafting", was invented by Thunderwing in his attempts to allow Transformers to survive Cybertron's deterioration ... any advantage he could get in the war with the Autobots, causing Thunderwing to go rogue to prove it worked ... more force of nature than sentient being, and Thunderwing's initial rampage made Cybertron uninhabitable ...
Thunderwing - Transformers: Prime - Video Games
... Thunderwing appears in Transformers Prime – The Game as the primary antagonist ... which Megatron wanted to harvest, but when the Autobots intervened, Thunderwing awoke and the meteor broke apart, falling to Earth ... Optimus when they crash together, but the battle ends when the Decepticons arrive to claim Thunderwing as a servant ...
Springer (Transformers) - Transformers: Generation 1 - IDW Publishing
... world of Varas Centralus by Prime to counter the threat of Thunderwing, Springer led the Wreckers in annihilating Bludgeon's group of cultists, destroying the beacon guiding Thunderwing in the ... Although, he was badly wounded when Thunderwing smashed his helicopter mode into the ground, he survived the battle, examining Thunderwing's inert corpse ... where he was among the Autobots fighting Thunderwing on the planet Corata-Vaz ...
Ruckus (Transformers) - Transformers - Generation 1 - Marvel Comics
... was dispatched to Earth to find the missing Thunderwing ... Thunderwing then forcibly took command of the group and led them into a suicide mission against the Ark, much to Ruckus' displeasure ... He managed to talk Thunderwing out of it though ...