"Wrong way, Wrong Way!" A cry often heard by Guardians in the middle of a battle. Wrong Way is as friendly as most Guardians, but his sense of direction leaves much to be desired. Often times he takes off in the exact opposite direction of his intended destination, whether he's supposed to be advancing or retreating from the enemy. Still, he seems good natured about his confusion and is still somewhat of a skilled fighter, which can surprise his Renegade opponents.
Challenge of the GoBots cartoon
On one occasion, the Renegades challenged the Guardians to a game of basketball for the fate of the Earth, and Cy-Kill naturally cheated. Using a telepathic chip, he could direct Naismith radiation to move the ball at will. When the Guardians realized what was doing on, Leader-1 summoned Wrong Way and Spy-Eye via Astro-Beam to shut down the problem. They infiltrated Thruster and caught Doctor Go in the act. The Guardians forced the diminutive scientist to spill, and they destroyed the Naismith generator.
When Cy-Kill attempted to reassemble his Puzzler combiner, the Guardians fought to keep the Renegades cars separate throughout Philadelphia. Wrong Way led a squad to contain Rube and Zig Zag. Although Zig Zag got away, the Guardians managed to contain Rube, leaving Puzzler incapable of fully forming.
"Brain Problem Situation"
"Echoes and Fragments"
- Wrong Way (GoBot, 1984)
- Friendly Robot Attack Copter
- ID number: 37
- Accessories: Rotors
- A repackaged import of the Machine Robo Apache Robo toy, Wrong Way converts from robot to AH-64 Apache helicopter. The rocket pods for the copter are detachable for some versions of the toy, but not on others.
- Apache Copter Man (Machine Men, 1984)
- Friendly Robot (1984)
- ID Number: 23
- Accessories: Rotors
- The fifth toy from the fourth wave of figures, Apache Copter Man was released by Bandai Australia in 1984. While identical in design to the original Apache Robo toy, he received a deco based on the figure's prototype; olive green with dark blue canopy and black visor. Apache Copter Man was packaged on a blue backing card.
- Later in 1984, the figure was re-released with his GoBots name and faction on a new black backing card depicting a yellow-tinted alien landscape. A running change in 1985 saw the figure replaced with its black variant.