Crossover of Unions Wiki

Jetfire, Autobot Air Guardian, Scientist, Warrior, Aerialbot Soldier, and Deputy Wing Commander

Jetfire (ジェットファイヤー, Jettofaiyā), is both a fictional character and protagonist from the MDC's Transformer Titans series created by Sam Register and Bob Haney. He is a dedicated scientist whose upgrades to his chassis have made him the fastest on Cybertron.

As a member of the Aerialbots, Jetfire has personal flight capabilities, but does not seem to make up any part of Superion. He was formerly a neutral scientist until Starscream betrayed him and joined the Decepticons; in retaliation, Jetfire joined the Autobots.

He has a strong moral compass, which led to his falling-out with his former friend Starscream, and does not believe in gray areas when making major decisions. True to his name, he also has the ability to create massive bursts of flames in both robot and jet modes.

"Megatron! Enough lives have been lost! You've got to stop this madness!"

—Jetfire, to Megatron.

Appearance & Biography[]

Voice Actor: Gregg Berger (English), Not Known (Japanese), Not Known (Arabic), Not Known (Basque), Not Known (Brazilian), Not Known (Cantonese), Not Known (Catalan), Not Known (Chinese), Not Known (Croatian), Not Known (Danish), Not Known (Dutch), Not Known (Finnish), Not Known (Filipino), Not Known (French), Not Known (Galician), Not Known (German), Not Known (Greek), Not Known (Hebrew), Not Known (Hong Kong), Not Known (Hungarian), Not Known (Indonesian), Not Known (Italian), Not Known (Korean), Not Known (Mandarin), Not Known (Norwegian), Not Known (Polish), Not Known (Portuguese), Not Known (Romanian), Not Known (Russian), Not Known (Serbian), Not Known (Spanish), Not Known (Swedish), Not Known (Tagalog), Not Known (Thai), Not Known (Valencian), Not Known (Ukrainian), Not Known (Brazilian Portuguese), Not Known (Canadian French), Not Known (European Spanish), Not Known (European Portuguese), Not Known (Latin American Spanish), Not Known (Latin Spanish), Not Known (Spain-Spanish)



Vehicle Mode[]

Robot Mode[]

  • Hair Color: Not Known
  • Skin Color: Not Known
  • Eye Color: Blue
  • Age: Not Known
  • Birthday: Not Known
  • Height: Not Known
  • Weight: Not Known







  • Autobots
    • Optimus Prime
    • Ratchet
    • Cliffjumper
    • Bumblebee
    • Windblade
    • Sideswipe
    • Smokescreen
    • Alpha Trion
    • Prowl
    • Blurr
    • Arcee
    • Chromia
    • Perceptor
    • Wreckers
    • Computron
      • Quickshot
      • Afterburner
      • Lightspeed
      • Nosecone
      • Strafe
    • Volcanicus
      • Grimlock
      • Swoop
      • Snarl
      • Sludge
      • Slug
    • Defensor
    • Superion
    • Victorion
      • Pyra Magna
      • Jumpstream
      • Dust Up
      • Stormclash
      • Skyburst
      • Rust Dust
    • Fortress Maximus
    • Emissary
  • Justice League
  • Teen Titans




  • Jetfire


  • Decepticons
  • Seekers
    • Thundercracker
    • Skywarp
    • Acid Storm
    • Slipstream
    • Dreadwing
    • Shadow Striker
    • Devastator
      • Scrapper
      • Mixmaster
      • Scavenger
      • Long Haul
      • Bonecrusher
      • Hook
    • Predaking
      • Razorclaw
      • Tantrum
      • Divebomb
      • Headstrong
      • Saberclaw
    • Menasor
      • Motormaster
      • Breakdown
      • Wildrider
      • Dead End
      • Drag Strip
  • Airachnid
  • Insecticons
    • Sharpshot
    • Kickback
    • Hardshell
  • Megatronus Prime
  • Overlord
  • Unicron

Powers and Abilities[]



Physical Abilities[]

Fighting Style[]


Strength level[]




Miscellaneous Skills[]










Battles of Cybertron[]

When Megatron attacked Starscream's station, Jetfire and his twin brother Jetstorm confronted him during a lull in the fighting, noting he did not want to fight and that Dark Energon was too dangerous to use, Jetfire himself having seen what it can do. When Megatron declared his intent to take it anyway, Jetfire proclaimed that the Decepticon would destroy them all. Megatron mused, as Jetfire flew away, "You say that as if it were a bad thing."

Later, when Megatron had attained Dark Energon and demonstrated his control over it, Starscream offered to serve him and make more. Both Jetfire and Jetstorm was aghast, and quickly escaped the station. Megatron decided to let them both go, as he "...wanted the Autobots to know their doom approaches." During Megatron's siege of Iacon, Jetfire and the other Aerialbots were outnumbered and lacked surface-to-air support, causing significant losses.

When Optimus took command, Jetfire specifically requested that the planetary guns be reactivated, which Optimus and his team promptly achieved. With that taken care of, he proceeded to feed tactical data and warnings whenever the still-overmatched Aerialbots could not stop all the incoming Decepticon Seekers, as well as recommendations on key targets of opportunity, including at least one Decepticon warship.

Trypticon Incident[]

After Optimus assumed the mantle of Prime and kickstarted the Core of Cybertron's self-purging, he declared that the Autobots would have to leave their homeworld, as it would be rendered uninhabitable. As the Autobots prepared to evacuate Cybertron, the Decepticons attempted to destroy their supply lines and bring down their transport ships.

During one launch, Thundercracker and Skywarp commenced strafing and bombing of the Autobot position, so Optimus Prime dispatched Air Raid and Jetfire to hold off the Seekers.

During the War[]

Dark Spark Incident[]

When Optimus Prime and Jazz infiltrated the Decepticon base Kolkular, Jetfire was stationed near one of the Decepticon crash sites as backup in case anything went wrong. When Optimus and Jazz were imprisoned while freeing Cliffjumper, Jetfire was contacted and informed by Perceptor and Wheeljack that his mission, "Operation: Longshot" was a go.

Jetfire's job was to infiltrate the wreckage of the Decepticon warship and comandeer his weapons systems in order to fire upon Kolkular and free Prime and the others. Upon entering the wreckage, Jetfire happened upon his former friend Starscream, who was planning to steal energon from the wreckage. Despite the fact that Jetfire wanted to take revenge on Starscream for betraying him, Jetfire stuck to the shadows and kept searching for the weapons systems.

However, Starscream discovered Jetfire and deployed his soldiers to dispose of Jetfire. Despite the Decepticon opposition, Jetfire successfully reached the warship's weapons systems and rerouted the energon Starscream had been stealing to the systems, using them to fire upon Kolkular and free his allies. He then evacuated as Starscream cursed him and swore to take revenge for Jetfire taking his energon.

Preparing Departure from Cybertron[]

Jetfire was stationed in Autobot City, launch site of the Ark, during the Autobots' final days on Cybertron. When Megatron launched a brutal assault on the Ark, Jetfire was dismayed to learn that the attack came from the direction of Grimlock's apparently abandoned post, and subsequently joined the main battle.

When the Ark finally launched a few days later, Jetfire led the Aerialbots in the battle against the Nemesis. Jetfire was able to destroy several tow cables that the Decepticons were boarding the Ark with, and subsequently helped treat some of the wounded. When Jazz went up against the titan combiner Bruticus, Jetfire assisted him by leaving EMP grenades for him to lure Bruticus into, stunning the combiner. Jetfire and the Aerialbots then were able to defeat Bruticus with Jazz's help, before both the Ark and the Nemesis were flung into the space bridge portal to parts unknown.









Early Versions[]

Anime and Manga Differences[]


Translation and Dub Issues[]

Theme songs[]

Other Appearances[]

Other Media[]


Video Games[]

Playable Appearances[]

Enemy Appearances[]

Support Appearances[]

Non-Playable Appearances[]

See also[]


External links[]

Notes & Trivia[]