Side Burn

Side Burn is the name of several fictional characters in the Transformers series. The first Side Burn was one of the main character in the animated series Transformers: Robots in Disguise, voiced by Wally Wingert. He turns into a Dodge Viper. He was based on the Japanese anime character Speedbreaker, from Car Robots series. Since then other characters in Transformers have shared the name Side Burn. In 2011 a new Side Burn toy was the exclusive given for membership in the Transformers Collectors Club.

Read more about Side BurnTransformers: Robots in Disguise, Transformers: Armada, Transformers: Timelines (Shattered Glass), Transformers: Timelines (Generation 1)

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X-Brawn - Transformers: Robots in Disguise - Animated Series
... become one of the most prominent Autobots in the series, often serving as the middle man between Side Burn's recklessness and Prowl's law-abiding streak ... He and Prowl, with the aid of the Spy Changers, rescued Side Burn and Optimus Prime from a Predacon trap ... That energy involved Prowl, Side Burn and X-Brawn, "supercharging" them into newly-colored, more powerful bodies ...
Side Burn - Transformers: Timelines (Generation 1) - Toys
... Timelines Deluxe Side Burn (2011) A blue recolor of Classics Deluxe Rodimus, to be offered to members of the Transformers Collectors Club from March 2010 to March 2011 ...
Prowl (Transformers) - Transformers: Robots in Disguise - Animated Series
... forces on Earth, Prowl was forced to emerge from hiding alongside his brothers, X-Brawn and Side Burn, to engage the villains in a series of battles ... he does - he spent a lot of time keeping Side Burn in line, often catching him breaking the rules of the road in his pursuits of red sports cars, and imparted those same rules to Tow-Line, who followed them with even ... at one point was even unwilling to disguise his "uniform" so that he could save Side Burn from a Decepticon trap ...

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