Optimus Prime Part

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Crystal Widow - Autobots - Others
... Blaster 1984 Radio-Cassette Deck Dinobot Island (Part 1) The Return of Optimus Prime (Part 2) Buster Jones Alive Talks like a radio DJ ... Countach LP500S Dinobot Island (Part 1) The Revenge of Bruticus Storyboards for Transformers The Movie show Red Alert killed by the Constructicons after ... Smokescreen Datsun 280ZX Appears in Dinobot Island (Part 1) ...
Crystal Widow - Humans
... Voiced by Sparkplug Witwicky More Than Meets the Eye (Part 1) Scramble City Chris Latta Human mechanic, father of Spike Witwicky ... Befriends and aids Autobots after being rescued from the Decepticons by Optimus Prime ... Spike Witwicky More Than Meets the Eye (Part 1) The Rebirth Part 3 Corey Burton Son of Sparkplug Witwicky ...
Crystal Widow - Decepticons - Predacons
... appearance Voiced by Tantrum Bull Appears in Five Faces of Darkness (Part 5) ... Rampage Tiger Appears in Five Faces of Darkness (Part 5) ... The Return of Optimus Prime (Part 2) Laurie Faso Speaks almost exclusively in threats, fights everybody (no matter, Autobots or other Decepticons) ...

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