Decepticon Leader

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Bumblebee (Transformers) - Transformers: Generation 1 - Comics - Marvel Comics
... Autobots and Decepticons awaken on Earth in 1984, Bumblebee is part of the first team of Autobots sent out to investigate the planet ... encounter a local life-form, Bumblebee gets his wish when he is injured in a battle with the Decepticons at a drive-in movie theater, and - stuck in car mode - is found by the young human, Buster Witwicky ... After some smaller roles showing new Autobot recruits around and searching for Decepticon activity, Bumblebee takes the spotlight again when he begins to ...
Goldbug (Transformers) - Transformers: Generation 1 - Marvel Comics
... Joe, a Decepticon attack prompts him to transform in order to save a civilian boy ... The Joes mistake him for a Decepticon and destroy him ... equipment, Goldbug and Blaster opt instead to remove themselves from the tyrannical command of then-leader Grimlock ...
Dark Nova - Transformers: Prime
... The main group of Decepticons (also referred to as simply "Cons"), lead by Megatron, in the 2010 computer animated series Transformers Prime is much larger than in most continuities and are opposed to Team Prime ... He then kills the Autobots' leader Zeta Prime and obtains the Omega Key, which then activates Omega Supreme ... Optimus Prime becomes the new Autobot leader, and heads into the planet to rescue Omega Supreme ...
Megatron - Transformers: Prime - Animated Series
... Megatron severed ties with Orion and officially started the Great War with his Decepticons, Soundwave being a chief follower ... him into convincing Soundwave to euthanize their leader ... Ratchet and Raf, was a success, and the Decepticon leader returned to service, but not before beating Starscream, confining him to the same operating table that he ...

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    The intelligent employer encourages challenge, questioning—not blind acceptance and “our Leader knows best” acclaim.
    Mary Barnett Gilson (1877–?)