Challenge of the GoBots cartoon
The Monster GoBots aligned themselves with the Master Renegade when he betrayed Cy-Kill and temporarily conquered all of GoBotron from the Guardians as well. However, once his plans started to go south, Vamp assessed the situation and rallied her comrades back to Cy-Kill's side, getting him to safety when it seemed the Guardians would reclaim the planet.
Cy-Kill sought an object of great power reported to be on Amazonia IV, but a force field set up by the Valkyrie people prevented him from landing. Artemis, Queen of the Valkyries, allowed a force of Guardians and Renegades alike to enter the Three Trials of Boudica and compete for the prizes, but only females could participate. Vamp joined Crasher and Snoop in opposing the Guardians, but she failed the Test of Courage when pitted against Sparky.
From Axiom Nexus, Cy-Kill described the origins of Vamp and Scorp, while congratulating himself on his own brilliance in creating Pincher as an ambassador to bring the Monster GoBots into the Renegades. Still, Cy-Kill was aware of their murky loyalties and continuing ties to his hapless rival, the Master Renegade. Seeing the influence Vamp and Scorp had gained over Pincher, Cy-Kill was concerned about introducing his newly acquired monstrous troops like Odd Ball and Monsterous to the Monster GoBots once he returned to Level 1.
As he feared, Cy-Kill saw Vamp and Scorp bring Odd Ball into their sway. Fortunately, they seemed incapable of influencing the implacable Fright Face and his Monsterous combiners.
"Echoes and Fragments"
As Sideways and Gong played with mixing universal streams, Vamp and the Monster GoBots worked for the Master Renegade on Antares III, feeding hapless travelers into the Dactyl pit. They took Hot Rod and Kup prisoner after they crash landed, but the wily Autobots drew the Dactyls out of their pit, sending the Monster GoBots fleeing.
- Vamp (GoBots, 1984/1985)
- Enemy Robot Monster
- ID Number: 046
- An import of the Machine Robo Casmodon toy, Vamp transforms from a monstrous robot to a monstrous drag racer-thing. Like the other Monster GoBots, Vamp was repurposed from a Devil Invader, who served as the sole villains for the original Machine Robo line. She features die-cast metal parts. Vamp was released in the second series of GoBots figures in 1984 and was reissued in the third series in 1985 with a holographic sticker.
- Vamp (Super GoBots, 1986)
- Robot Monster
- ID Number: 033
- Perhaps a use of a cancelled version of the Machine Robo Casmodon character, Vamp transforms from a monstrous robot to a monstrous drag racer-thing.