Transformers SCF - Heroes of Cybertron

Heroes of Cybertron

Originally released as Transformers SCF in Japan in late 2000, the Heroes of Cybertron line is the North American release of a series of non-transformable PVC figures that closely resemble characters from the Transformers TV series. Most are approximately three inches tall. There were five waves released domestically, typically at retail chains such as Walgreens or Rite Aid. The fourth and fifth waves included with each figure a piece to construct a larger-scale bonus figure. There were also exclusive figures available at Botcon/OTFCC 2003.

WAVE ONE WAVE TWO WAVE THREE WAVE FOUR WAVE FIVE
Optimus Prime Optimus Prime
(with Energon Axe)
Rodimus Prime Autobot Espionage Team
(Bumblebee & Spike)
Autobot Ratchet
Megatron Megatron
(with Energon Flail)
Galvatron Autobot Jazz Constructicon
Devastator
Starscream Thundercracker Soundwave Gigatron Optimus Prime
(with communicator)
Skywarp Ultra Magnus Grimlock Perceptor Omega Supreme
Arcee Optimus Prime
(Apex Armor Spark Attack)
Cyclonus Wheeljack Megatron
(with Laserbeak)
Apex Armor
Optimus Prime
Paradron Medic Ironhide Dirge Starscream
(with crown)
Fortress Maximus
(Bonus Figure)
Metroplex
(Bonus Figure)
EXCLUSIVES
Sunstorm—OTFCC 2003
Given at OTFCC 2003 when pre-registering for OTFCC 2004.
Seeker Jets—OTFCC 2003
Six pack of Decepticon Seekers, including Starscream, Thundercracker, Skywarp, and three generic purple Seekers.
Available for purchase at OTFCC 2003.
Transformers
Universe
Characters
Autobots (Members)
  • Optimus Prime
  • Rodimus
  • Ultra Magnus
  • Bumblebee/Goldbug
  • Cliffjumper
  • Mirage
  • Jazz
  • Ironhide
  • Ratchet
  • Wheeljack
  • Prowl
  • Seaspray
  • Sideswipe
  • Hound
  • Wheelie
  • Brains
  • Brawn/X-Brawn
  • Jetfire
  • Kup
  • Hot Shot
  • Red Alert
  • Springer
  • Powerglide
  • Blurr
  • Bulkhead
  • Perceptor
  • Omega Supreme
  • Alpha Trion
  • Sentinel Prime
  • Metroplex
  • Fortress Maximus
  • Blaster
  • Wreck-Gar
  • Smokescreen
  • Grimlock
Female Autobots (Members)
  • Arcee
  • Elita One
  • Chromia
  • Moonracer
  • Firestar
  • Flareup
Decepticons (Members)
  • Megatron/Galvatron
  • Starscream
  • Skywarp
  • Thundercracker
  • Slipstream
  • Soundwave
  • Shockwave
  • Blackout
  • Scorponok
  • Cyclonus
  • Scourge
  • Demolishor
  • Blitzwing
  • Astrotrain
  • Dreadwing
  • Barricade
  • Lockdown
  • Lugnut
  • Skyquake
  • Nemesis Prime
  • Ravage
  • Laserbeak
  • Rumble
  • Frenzy
  • Trypticon
  • The Fallen
  • Breakdown
  • Knock Out
  • Airachnid
  • Tidal Wave
  • Grindor
Maximals (Members)
  • Optimus Primal
  • Cheetor
  • Rattrap
  • Rhinox
  • Dinobot
  • Blackarachnia
  • Nightscream
Predacons (Members)
  • Megatron
  • Scorponok
  • Tarantulas
  • Terrorsaur
  • Waspinator
  • Inferno
  • Rampage
  • Sky-Byte
Mini-Cons (Members)
  • Leader-1
  • Safeguard
  • Sparkplug
Vehicons
  • Megatron
  • Tankor
  • Thrust
  • Jetstorm
  • Obsidian
  • Strika
Humans
  • Spike Witwicky
  • Sparkplug Witwicky
  • Witwicky family
  • Carly Witwicky
  • Marissa Faireborn
  • Circuit Breaker
  • Sari Sumdac
  • Kids
  • Mikaela Banes
  • Dylan Gould
Other
  • Primus
  • Unicron
  • Vector Sigma
  • Beta
  • Alana
  • Death's Head
  • Teletraan
  • Teletraan 10
  • Teletraan 15
  • T-AI
Subgroups
Autobots
  • Primes
  • Dinobots
  • Aerialbots
  • Protectobots
  • Throttlebots
  • Technobots
  • Omnicons
  • Wreckers
  • Omnibots
Decepticons
  • Insecticons
  • Constructicons
  • Stunticons
  • Combaticons
  • Predacons
  • Terrorcons
  • Seacons
  • Firecons
  • Duocons
Miscellaneous
  • Seekers
  • Triple Changers
  • Sharkticons
  • Headmasters
  • Targetmasters
  • Powermasters
  • Pretenders
  • Quintessons
  • Thirteen Primes
  • Transmetals
  • Dynasty of Primes
Technology
and physiology
  • Energon
  • Matrix of Leadership
  • Cybertron
  • Spark
  • Axalon
  • List of Transformers planets
  • List of Transformers spacecraft
Media
Toy lines
  • Transformers: Generation 1
  • Transformers: Generation 2
  • Machine Wars
  • Robots in Disguise
  • Armada
  • Universe
  • Robot Masters
  • Energon
  • Alternators
  • Masterpiece
  • Cybertron
  • Titanium
  • Classics
  • Film
  • Animated
  • Revenge of the Fallen
  • Alternity
  • Generations
  • Power Core Combiners
  • Dark of the Moon
  • Prime
Crossovers
  • Transformers Label
  • Star Wars Transformers
Comic series
(characters)
Marvel
  • The Transformers
  • Headmasters
  • Generation 2
  • New Avengers/Transformers
Dreamwave
  • Generation 1
  • Armada/Energon
  • The War Within
  • Micromasters
IDW
  • The Transformers
    • Spotlight
  • Beast Wars
    • The Gathering
  • Generations
  • Evolutions
  • Transformers (film comic series)
Animated series
Main Group
  • Generation 1
  • Generation 2
  • Beast Wars
    • Characters
    • Episodes
  • Beast Machines
    • Characters
    • Episodes
  • Robots in Disguise
    • Characters
  • Armada
    • Characters
    • Episodes
  • Energon
    • Characters
    • Episodes
  • Cybertron
    • Characters
    • Episodes
  • Animated
    • Characters
    • Episodes
  • Prime
    • Characters
    • Episodes
  • Rescue Bots
    • Episodes
Japanese exclusive
  • The Headmasters
    • Characters
  • Super-God Masterforce
    • Characters
  • Victory
    • Characters
  • Zone
    • Characters
  • Beast Wars II
    • Characters
  • Beast Wars Neo
    • Characters
  • Robot Masters
Web series
  • Cyber Missions
Feature films
Animated films
  • The Transformers: The Movie
  • Beast Wars II: Lio Convoy's Close Call!
Live-action films
  • Transformers
  • Revenge of the Fallen
  • Dark of the Moon
Audio releases
  • The Transformers: The Movie
  • Theme Song Collection
  • History of Music 1984–1990
  • The Album
  • Song Universe
  • The Score
  • Revenge of the Fallen – The Album
  • Revenge of the Fallen – The Score
  • Dark of the Moon – The Album
  • Dark of the Moon – The Score
Video games
  • The Transformers (1986)
  • Battle to Save the Earth
  • Mystery of Convoy
  • The Headmasters
  • Beast Wars
  • Beast Senshi Saikyō Ketteisen
  • Beast Wars Transmetals
  • DreamMix TV World Fighters
  • Transformers (2003)
  • Transformers (2004)
  • The Game
  • Autobots
  • Decepticons
  • Animated: The Game
  • G1: Awakening
  • Revenge of the Fallen
  • Revenge of the Fallen: Autobots
  • Revenge of the Fallen: Decepticons
  • War for Cybertron
  • Cybertron Adventures
  • Dark of the Moon
  • Universe
  • Fall of Cybertron
  • Prime – The Game
Novels
  • Ghosts of Yesterday
  • The Veiled Threat
  • Exodus
  • Exiles
Engagement
  • BotCon
  • Transformers: The Ride
  • Category
  • Commons

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