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Crasher is a member of Cy-Kill's personal entourage, and one of his favorite Renegades. Her open enthusiasm for the cause is second to none. Merciless in combat, Crasher's boots contain seismic generators able to send waves of energy through the ground with a single stomp. She is obsessed with defeating her Guardian opposite number, Turbo, but may focus on Leader-1 from time to time as well.

She is sometimes known as Fracture.

Ha ha, ha ha, ha ha ha ha ha!

—Crasher, "Battle for GoBotron"


Challenge of the GoBots cartoon[edit]

Voice actor: Marilyn Lightstone

Fun Publications[edit]

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Transformers Timelines[edit]

Last Sunset

Renegade Rhetoric[edit]

"Brain Problem Situation"[edit]

When the Autobot Spy Changers arrived on Strata 22, Crasher was one of Cy-Kill's Renegades who helped drive off the Guardians during a misunderstanding between them and the Spy Changers, and tried to forge an alliance with the dimensional invaders. Brain Problem Situation

"Echoes and Fragments"[edit]

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For their own amusement, Sideways and Gong played with reality so that elements of a Gargent stream blended in and out of a Primax stream.

After the first reality-shift, Crasher and the Renegades assaulted a Command Center on its way to Autobot City on Earth. When the crew was disabled Crasher, Cop-Tur, Slicks, and Psycho assumed the controls.

Several shifts later, Crasher was among the injured Renegades and Decepticons fleeing the Battle of Autobot City aboard Astrotrain with their weakened leader, Megatron. On their way back to Cybertron, Zero used a thin pretext to toss Megatron, Crasher, and the other injured soldiers out into space. They were found by Unicron, who recruited Megatron to be his servant in exchange for reformatting the villain and his troops into new bodies. Crasher became the warrior known as Fracture, while Slicks became her "armada". Echoes and Fragments


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  • Crasher (GoBots, 1983/1985)
    • Enemy Robot Race Car
    • ID Number: 21
    • Accessories: none
A straight import of the Machine Robo Porsche Robo toy, Crasher transforms from robot to white Porsche 956. The original release came with Rothmans advertising stickers on the vehicle.

  • Crasher (GoBots, 1985)
    • Enemy Robot Race Car
    • ID Number: 21
    • Accessories: None
Crasher was re-released later in the line, sporting a black color scheme with red styling, much closer to her depiction in the Challenge of the Gobots cartoon. The Rothman stickers were replaced with more generic 'CRASHER' decals.

Machine Men[edit]

  • Porsche Man (Machine Men, 1983/1984)
    • Enemy Robot (1984)
    • ID Number: 16
The fourth toy from the third wave of figures, Porsche Man was released by Bandai Australia in 1983. She remained identical to the original white Porsche Robo toy, albeit packaged on a blue backing card.
In 1984, the figure was re-released with her GoBots name and faction on a new black backing card depicting a blue-tinted alien landscape. A running change in 1985 saw the white Crasher replaced with her black and red variant.
  • Crasher (Machine Men, 1984)
    • Enemy Robot
In late 1984, a limited edition Crasher was offered as a prize by Bandai Australia. Sporting a polished chrome deco, the 'Stunning Silver Porsche' figure could be won by cutting out the Bandai logo from any Machine Men packaging and mailing it (with name and address) to the company's Sydney office. The competition was open to all Australian residents (although South Australians didn't need to supply a logo) until March 22nd 1985, with the prizes drawn the following week.
6000 chrome Crashers were produced.

Robo Machine[edit]

  • Porsche (Robo Machine, 1984)
    • ID number: RM-20
A carded repackage of Porsche Robo, the figure now known simply as Porsche was released by Bandai Europe in 1984. A running change in 1985 saw the figure replaced with her black and red variant. No changes were made to her backing card, despite catalogs and packaging from that year onward listing the toy under her GoBots name.

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