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Im Jahr sucht der Transformer Bumblebee Zuflucht auf einem Schrottplatz in einer kleinen kalifornischen Küstenstadt. Charlie, die kurz davor ist, 18 Jahre alt zu werden und ihren Platz in der Welt zu finden, entdeckt zufällig das. von mehr als Ergebnissen oder Vorschlägen für "transformers bumblebee". von Ergebnissen oder Vorschlägen für Spielzeug: Transformers: "​transformers bumblebee". Überspringen und zu Haupt-Suchergebnisse gehen. Transformers (Stimmen/Original). Dylan O'Brien: Bumblebee; Peter Cullen: Optimus Prime; Angela Bassett: Shatter; Justin. Transformers EES0 Spielzeuge Cyberverse Bumblebee Action-Figur – lässt Sich für mehr Power mit dem Ocean Storm Spark Armor Fahrzeug kombinieren.

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Los 2 Decepticons deciden venir a la Tierra a buscar B antes de matar a Cliffjumper. Shatter y Dropkick resuelven enviar un mensaje a los Decepticons en Cybertron para invadir la Tierra antes de dejar muerto a un Bumblebee herido de gravedad.

Luego es revivido por Charlie, quien usa las pistolas de alto voltaje del Sector Seven para hacerlo, restaurando sus recuerdos.

Sin embargo, Bumblebee no le permite hacerlo, pero el Decepticon lo atrapa. Golpea una pared de la presa cercana, causando que ceda e inunde la presa.

El abejorro se hunde en las olas mientras Shatter es aplastado contra un barco. Charlie se sumerge para salvar a Bumblebee y la pareja eventualmente llega a la superficie.

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Bumblebee is part of Prime's Autobot team searching for the All Spark, and is described as one of the Autobots' best scouts.

He is sent after the human vessel Ghost-1 reverse-engineered from studies of Megatron to make contact, but is ambushed and forced underground by Starscream.

Encountering giant rock-chewing worms, he is saved by Optimus Prime. Heading into the atmosphere once again, he and Ratchet took on Barricade, but are unable to stop Starscream from destroying the human vessel.

According to his extended biography from the Target store -exclusive Robo-Vision web site, Hardtop came to Earth and discovered the Witwicky home before any of the other Decepticons, but was unable to attack the Witwickys because Bumblebee found him first and buried him under a hundred tons of rubble in the Rocky Mountains.

Bumblebee appears in the live-action Transformers movie , returning to his role as the friend of the Autobots' human ally — in this case, Sam Witwicky.

Sam possesses the glasses of his great-great-grandfather Captain Archibald Witwicky, a famous explorer. Unknown to Sam, the glasses are engraved with the coordinates showing the location of the life-giving All Spark.

Bumblebee is assigned to guard Sam from the Decepticons, and poses as a dilapidated Chevrolet Camaro as Sam and his father are buying a car for him.

They eventually purchase Bumblebee, due in no small part to Bumblebee damaging every other car at the dealership to ensure his purchase.

Later, Bumblebee drives away from Sam's home to summon the Autobots. Sam thinks Bumblebee is being stolen, and chases the car on his bike.

Sam then witnesses Bumblebee transforming into robot mode and reports it to the police, who believe he is on drugs.

Bumblebee returns to Sam house to come get him but he ran away from him which resulted a chase through town. After Sam gets attack by Barricade, Bumblebee came to his and his crush Mikaela Banes , who followed Sam, rescue as was able to get them away.

Bumblebee was able to earn Sam's trust when he understood that he's doesn't want to hurt them. When Mikaela criticizes the poor condition of Bumblebee's vehicle mode, he scans a passing Camaro Concept and transforms into the same model.

Bumblebee then drives Sam and Mikaela to an alley where they meet the other Autobots as they properly introduced Bumblebee, due to his voice being damage in battle, to Sam and tells him that he is his guardian also they explain why he talks through the radio.

They return to Sam's house and retrieve the glasses, but a secret government organization, Sector 7, arrests Sam and Mikaela.

The Autobots attempt to rescue them but Bumblebee is captured and taken by Sector 7. There he is tested and tortured by the Sector 7 scientists using electric shocks that appear to hurt him.

Sam eventually negotiates his release. Bumblebee survives the massive battle at the film's climax, although he loses the use of his legs after helping Ironhide deflect missiles from Starscream.

With Mikaela's aid, he is able to rejoin the battle supported by a tow truck later confirmed to be the Autobot Longarm , and destroys Brawl.

After the battle, Bumblebee is fully repaired and asks to stay with Sam and is granted permission from both Sam and Optimus Prime.

He is later seen alongside Ironhide, Ratchet, and Optimus watching the sunset while Sam and Mikaela recline on his hood at the end of the movie.

Bumblebee is voiced by Mark Ryan in the films, but he mostly speaks with his radio, having had his voice processor damaged though his actual voice squeaks and whines laboriously through much of the movie.

He also speaks with quotes from television shows and movies, in a way similar to Wreck-Gar from the film and season three of the G1 cartoon series.

Screenwriter Roberto Orci explained Bumblebee regained his voice through the regenerative laser Ratchet fires at his neck as they meet, and it eventually works its magic by the end of the film.

He agreed this was not made clear. It was said that making Bumblebee mute was to show that his bond with Sam went beyond words.

Bumblebee also appears in the film's sequel, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. When a fragment of the AllSpark inadvertently turns the kitchen appliances in Sam's home into feral robots, Bumblebee intervenes to save him and his family.

In doing so, he nearly destroys their house. He still uses his radio to speak, despite his vocal processors being repaired in the first film.

However, he does respond half-way when Sam tells him to get in the garage by saying "whatever. Because of the incident at the Witwickys' he is also forced to leave their garage.

Soon after Sam begins his semester at college, Bumblebee follows him and tries to alert him to the Decepticon Pretender named Alice that is following Sam.

As both Sam and Alice are riding inside Bumblebee, the Autobot attempts to warn Sam through his radio. Having failed at this, Bumblebee intentionally brakes hard multiple times and throws Alice around the interior in an attempt to damage the Pretender.

Bumblebee then proceeds to spray lubricant over Alice, thereby embarrassing Sam and forcing Alice to flee. As they mourn for Optimus, Sam tells Bumblebee that he has failed the Autobots, but Bumblebee tells Sam through his radio, While the twins have a sibling argument resulting in a fist fight inside the ruins of Petra which supposedly houses the Matrix when everyone thinks it is a dead end , Bumblebee breaks them up and tosses them out before seeing their fight.

But once seeing the Tomb's entrance after the Twins' brawl reveals it, Bumblebee helps the humans enter it by blasting the rest of the wall off.

During the final confrontational battle, Sam and Mikaela inadvertently spring a trap set by Rampage who uses Sam's parents as the bait.

Bumblebee stays hidden from Rampage's sight, allowing Sam to put Rampage in a spot where Bumblebee can initiate a surprise attack.

During the subsequent fight Ravage attacks him from behind and jumps on his back. After a brief struggle, Bumblebee gets a hold of Ravage and literally tears him apart with his hands, allowing him to finish off and kill Rampage.

With Sam's parents free, Sam tells Bumblebee to take care of them, thus removing him from most of the final fight.

After Sam is killed by Megatron, Bumblebee arrives with Sam's parents and sees Sam's body on the ground, he is heartbroken, overcome with sadness and stricken with sorrow, believing that he has failed in his duty to protect Sam, but is overjoyed to see him return.

Bumblebee is among the remaining Autobots at the end of the film. In Transformers: Dark of the Moon , Bumblebee no longer lives with Sam and goes on other missions with the Autobots such as dismantling an illegal nuclear facility in the Middle East.

This is the first time the stealth force upgrade is shown in the movie. When Sam arrives with Carly, Wheelie and Brains, Bumblebee saves them from the soldiers taking them captive.

Bumblebee is reassigned to protect Sam and moves back in with him. While trying to protect Sentinel Prime, Bumblebee and the other Autobots are betrayed and attacked by him.

Sentinel brutally kills Ironhide, but Bumblebee manages to escape. After Sentinel forces the Autobots' exile from Earth, Bumblebee sadly says goodbye to Sam, but reunites with him in Chicago where he helps him rescue Carly and kill Laserbeak.

After Sam kills Starscream, Bumblebee saves him and Lennox from a great fall. Bumblebee is captured by Soundwave and is nearly executed in front of Sam telling Sam "We gave them a hell of a run" after Barricade executes Que before Wheelie and Brains save him at the cost of their own lives, allowing him to break free and attack Soundwave.

Bumblebee battles Soundwave while the other Autobots fight the other Decepticons and proves more than a match for the Decepticon spy-master, even managing to kill another Decepticon during the fight.

Finally Bumblebee knocks Soundwave off-balance with a shot to the leg, knocks his sonic cannon from his hand and uppercuts his plasma cannon into his chest, firing at the same time, destroying Soundwave's head and killing him.

Bumblebee fights Sentinel alongside the other Autobots and humans; he is no match for him, but avoids injury. Bumblebee survives the battle and gives Sam a bunch of gaskets to use as rings while playing wedding music after Sam and Carly admit they love each other.

Though Sam says to Bumblebee that he's thinking too fast. He replies by 'saying', "I'm just trying to help out. Bumblebee returns in Transformers: Age of Extinction.

He has a new vehicle mode, a modified Chevrolet Camaro, before he scans a yellow Camaro and turns into a Chevrolet Camaro concept, because of this his robot mode has been changed as well and resembles one design of Bumblebee from the Generation 1 IDW comics.

In the end of Age of Extinction , Bumblebee assumed the Autobot leadership and protecting the Yeager family as Optimus blasts off to space along with the Seed, finding the mysterious Creators.

Though Bumblebee mostly can't speak in the film and still relies on radio communication, he is shown to be able to express limited speech but in a more high-pitched voice, possibly meaning his voice box is healing.

Bumblebee returns in Transformers: The Last Knight , as the last appearance of this incarnation. In the former, he now displays the ability to separate and reassemble himself during combat, as shown when he battles the TRF soldiers in order to protect Cade.

He also regained his voice during his battle with Optimus Prime. After Optimus Prime regains control of himself, Bumblebee and the rest of the newly allied Knights meet up with the rest of the Autobots.

During the final battle, Bumblebee is shown with Hot Rod flying in a ship and is attacking Megatron and his forces.

At one point, Bumblebee shoots at Infernocus, a Decepticon combiner, and is shot down. After they go weightless, Bumblebee shoots Nitro Zeus in the back of the head.

Finally, Bumblebee sneaks up behind Quintessa and shoots her, supposedly killing her. Bumblebee is last seen getting ready to leave Earth to restore Cybertron with the Autobots.

Bumblebee is a primary focus in the spin-off and reboot movie Bumblebee , where he is the main protagonist albeit he is designated as B for the first part of the film.

He first appears on Cybertron along with other Autobots, including Optimus Prime. As the Decepticon battalion overwhelms them, Optimus Prime forces a retreat and tasks B with traveling to Earth and establish a base for them.

As he attempts to flee from them, he is ambushed by the Decepticon Seeker Blitzwing. When B is subdued, Blitzwing demands the location of his comrades, but he pledges to "never talk", prompting the Seeker to rip out his voice synthesizer.

Despite this, before Blitzwing can execute him, the Scout jams one of the Decepticon's own missiles into his chest before blasting it, killing Blitzwing in the detonation.

With his memory cells severely damaged, B scans a nearby Volkswagen Beetle before entering stasis. Brought back in vehicle mode to a junkyard, he is eventually found in a boatyard by a teenage girl named Charlie Watson, who unwittingly activates a homing signal that reaches 3 Transformers on a moon of Saturn: Decepticons Shatter and Dropkick as well as the Autobot Cliffjumper.

The 2 Decepticons decide to come to Earth to hunt for B instead before killing Cliffjumper. Charlie is able to get the Beetle working after some time and she drives the car home after her uncle gives it to her as a birthday gift.

Back in her garage, she is attempting to fix the Beetle when a part falls out from its undercarriage, B abruptly transforms after Charlie shines her light on his mechanical face.

After discovering he is as afraid of the girl as she is of him, she compassionately converses with the Autobot, naming him "Bumblebee" after hearing the warbled buzzes and beeping noises he makes.

The following day, Bumblebee is taught by Charlie to maintain his cover in a secluded beach, who tells him he should always assume vehicle mode unless they're alone.

Bumblebee is also later discovered by Memo, a boy who has a crush on Charlie and is sworn to secrecy by her.

After going on a few humorous adventures with the humans, Bumblebee is eventually discovered and captured by Sector Seven, along with Shatter and Dropkick.

He is later brought to an air base where he is tortured by Shatter and Dropkick about the Autobots. They activate a holographic message in the scout of Optimus Prime intending to retreat to Earth with the other Autobots.

Shatter and Dropkick resolve to in turn send a message to the Decepticons on Cybertron to invade Earth before they leave a critically injured Bumblebee for dead.

He is then revived by Charlie who uses Sector Seven's high voltage guns to do so, restoring his memories. After escaping Jack Burns and his unit's attempts to hold him back, Bumblebee resolves to set out to stop the Decepticons.

Upon reaching the tower where Shatter and Dropkick are, he makes Charlie hide before engaging in a fierce battle with Dropkick in a dry dam area.

After a rather lengthy battle, Bumblebee uses a chain entangle Dropkick before yanking it to shred him apart, destroying him, while Charlie makes her way to the tower by climbing a nearby crane.

When Jack Burns and his men arrive to try and stop Shatter as well, she shoots down their helicopter, but Bumblebee is able to catch it in time before it can crash, saving Burns' life.

Charlie manages to deactivate the Cybertronian homing beacon on the tower, causing an enraged Shatter to pursue her.

However, Bumblebee stops her from doing so, but is himself pinned down by the Decepticon. He blasts a nearby dam wall, causing it to give way and flood the dam.

Bumblebee sinks into the waves while Shatter is crushed against a ship, destroying her as well. Charlie dives in to save Bumblebee and the pair eventually reach the surface.

Afterwards, Charlie and Bumblebee head to the Golden Gate Bridge where she tearfully bids goodbye to him as she knows the scout has a greater purpose on Earth.

Before driving off, Bumblebee scans and transforms into a Camaro that resembles the Camaro seen in the film.

He then rendezvouses with a Red Freightliner truck on the bridge, revealed to be Optimus Prime in disguise. Meeting properly in a forest, Prime congratulates Bumblebee, assuring him that the Autobots have a future thanks to his efforts.

The scout asserts his new name while witnessing more Autobots arriving on Earth. Ironhide goes outside to deal with Bludgeon, while Soundwave ambushes Bumblebee from inside.

Bumblebee is easily thrown down by Soundwave. Bumblebee tries to fire a shot from his shoulder gun, but Soundwave redirects the acoustic energy back at him.

Bumblebee deduces that he cannot deflect several rounds at once, and begins rapidly firing at Soundwave.

The Decepticon is not able to take in so much, and finally falls. Later, Bumblebee traps Soundwave in a magnetically sealed bubble in Cyber Missions 2.

Bumblebee is a playable character, and is the most-used character in the Autobot campaign, where the character uses Bumblebee in nine missions in the Autobot campaign, out of the total He is playable in both the old and new Camaro cars.

Bumblebee also appears as a boss in the Decepticon campaign, with a radial blast attack. Bumblebee is among the playable characters in the Revenge of the Fallen video game by Activision.

Although other playable Transformers in the game have several incarnations featured, no other versions of Bumblebee are playable.

Towards the end of the ride, Bumblebee saves Evac from falling off a building after Evac kills Megatron with the AllSpark shard. Sam Witwicky finds Bumblebee in Bobby Bolivia's used car lot and they go on an adventure, while Scooter is the only thing cheap in the lot.

Bumblebee is portrayed as a fifth-generation Camaro. During the final battle of the Power Rangers film, the Red Ranger, while piloting his T-Rex Zord, accidentally steps on a yellow Camaro of a similar model as the live-action Bumblebee.

He throws the car at an army of Putties and shouts, "Sorry, Bumblebee! Bumblebee appears in the Transformers Animated series in as a yellow hot hatch undercover police car scanned from a vehicle driven by Detroit Police Captain Fanzone.

The character of Bumblebee in Animated is described as a hot headed racing young Autobot who likes video games, making him more akin to Armada Hot Shot than the original Bumblebee.

He does however retain the traditional warm-heartedness and human-friendly attitude of the original due to his friendship with Sari Sumdac and Bulkhead.

Although considered childish and self-centered by many of his fellow Autobots, Bumblebee shows a loyal and caring side for his friends, and can be considered protective of Sari Sumdac, to the extent of blocking shots, blasts, and missiles from harming her.

This was first shown in "Transform and Roll Out! Part 3" when he deflected a shot from Starscream that was aimed at Sari.

The blast rendered him unconscious until Sari healed him with her Key. He is the kid-friendly character of the show.

Bumblebee has a retractable face plate he uses when he goes into combat and a retractable weapon called "energy stingers" in both hands.

He can use the wheels on his feet in robot mode as motorized roller blades. In the episode "Autoboot Camp", Bumblebee has flashbacks to his days as an Autobot trainee.

During training, he met Bulkhead, Longarm, Ironhide, and Wasp. The group was under the command of Drill Sergeant Sentinel Minor, who gave Bumblebee his name after calling him a "bumbler".

Bumblebee would often say or do the wrong thing, resulting in the entire platoon receiving Transformation push-ups as a result, which made him unpopular with Wasp and Ironhide.

One day, Bumblebee heard someone communicating with Megatron. Believing the traitor to be Wasp, Bumblebee with help from Longarm discovered evidence in Wasp's locker.

For discovering the traitor, Sentinel was prepared to give Bumblebee Elite Guard membership. However, Bumblebee gave up that chance by taking the rap for Bulkhead, who had previously knocked a building onto Sentinel, and was about to be removed from training, joining his new friend as a Space Bridge technician.

Bulkhead and Bumblebee were assigned to a Space Bridge repair ship under the command of Optimus Prime , along with Ratchet.

Both he and Bulkhead were the first to encounter Prowl before he joins their group. In the series finale, during a rescue mission to save Arcee, who was on the moon, Bumblebee manages to settle the score with Shockwave before he and Bulkhead put him under arrest.

After the Autobots learn of Prowl's ultimate sacrifice, they take the sparkless body of Prowl and the captured Megatron, Lugnut, and Shockwave to Cybertron.

On their arrival home, they are greeted and cheered on by the other Autobots for their victory over the evil and malevolent leader of the Decepticons.

In this story Professor Sumdac attempted to create a teleportation system to get the Autobots to Cybertron, but an interaction with Sari's key ended up transporting Optimus Prime, Bumblebee and Sari to Transtech Cybertron, where they met Flareup and his friends were detained by Shockwave while he was deemed not a threat.

Bumblebee teamed up with transformer named " Joe " to help him and Flareup get their friends. But after Joe exposed himself as a Megatron and uses Sari's key to create an army to begin a reign of terror, Bumblebee pointed out the world's bureaucratic nature that resulted in a mutiny.

Afterwards the Autobots and Sari returned to their own dimension. In it, Bumblebee and Prowl apprehend the Angry Archer as the villain attempts to steal money from a used car salesman.

In doing so, they reveal the holographic trickery of the Detroit superhero known as The Wraith. With the secret of his power revealed, The Wraith loses much of the respect he used to command in Detroit.

The Wraith attempts to stop Cyrus "The Colossus" Rhodes from escaping prison, but is unable to fool the villain now that the secret is public, forcing the Autobots to stop Rhodes and making The Wraith look foolish.

The Wraith then attempts to discredit Bumblebee at a college football game by trapping the Autobot with a car boot and using his holograms to make a fake Bumblebee attack the stadium.

Bumblebee eventually escapes and the other Autobots help capture The Wraith before having him placed in a mental institution.

Bumblebee is one of the five playable characters in the Transformers Animated video game for the Nintendo DS. In the Transformers: Timelines series, Goldbug is an evil alternate reality version of Bumblebee.

According to his official biography, Goldbug was once a young drifter known as Bumblebee. He survived on the streets of Polyhex with no real purpose.

He became skilled at sneaking around, stealing, eavesdropping and blackmailing. He eagerly joined the Autobots in hopes of finding a place to belong and where his unsavory activities would be tolerated.

When the war began, Bumblebee showed extreme bravery in battle and often sought ways to be noticed by command.

In time, he worked his way up the ranks of the Autobots and when the Autobot Seeker Drench was destroyed, Bumblebee was offered an upgraded form and a new identity as Goldbug, to take his place.

Goldbug is paranoid that one of his fellow Autobots will betray him and try to take his place, as he did to his former superiors.

When the Decepticons attack the Ark launch site Blurr, Goldbug and Rodimus compete for who could destroy the most Decepticons, but thanks to Cliffjumper the Decepticon attack is successful.

He is among the Autobots who attack the Decepticons at the Arch-Ayr fuel dump. He is later sent to capture rogue Dinobots for the Autobots.

He is part of the group that captures Swoop. Together they steal the Ark, evicting any crew members who are loyal to Optimus Prime before blasting off to Earth.

The Ark then crashes on Earth. Goldbug is among the Autobots brought back online. He initially commands a small group of Autobots who find Rodimus.

Bumblebee is one of the main group of Autobots in the computer-animated series Transformers: Prime. Bumblebee remains more playful than the other Autobots despite his lack of voice, and has come to rely on his speed as his most valuable asset in battle.

Bumblebee is extremely similar to his movie counterpart, sharing the similar vehicle and robot forms, the same lack of voice, and his close relationship to a human boy.

It is also revealed in the series finale episode "Deadlock" that Bumblebee's mouth was covered by a face plate vaguely resembling that of Optimus Prime's that helped him to create the alternative beeping noises he uses as his main form of communication throughout the series.

Later in the series he changes his color scheme by reversing the colors, resembling Bumblebee's original paint scheme in the Age of Extinction film.

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When B is subdued, Blitzwing demands the location of his comrades, but he pledges to "never talk", prompting the Seeker to rip out his voice synthesizer.

Despite this, before Blitzwing can execute him, the Scout jams one of the Decepticon's own missiles into his chest before blasting it, killing Blitzwing in the detonation.

With his memory cells severely damaged, B scans a nearby Volkswagen Beetle before entering stasis. Brought back in vehicle mode to a junkyard, he is eventually found in a boatyard by a teenage girl named Charlie Watson, who unwittingly activates a homing signal that reaches 3 Transformers on a moon of Saturn: Decepticons Shatter and Dropkick as well as the Autobot Cliffjumper.

The 2 Decepticons decide to come to Earth to hunt for B instead before killing Cliffjumper. Charlie is able to get the Beetle working after some time and she drives the car home after her uncle gives it to her as a birthday gift.

Back in her garage, she is attempting to fix the Beetle when a part falls out from its undercarriage, B abruptly transforms after Charlie shines her light on his mechanical face.

After discovering he is as afraid of the girl as she is of him, she compassionately converses with the Autobot, naming him "Bumblebee" after hearing the warbled buzzes and beeping noises he makes.

The following day, Bumblebee is taught by Charlie to maintain his cover in a secluded beach, who tells him he should always assume vehicle mode unless they're alone.

Bumblebee is also later discovered by Memo, a boy who has a crush on Charlie and is sworn to secrecy by her. After going on a few humorous adventures with the humans, Bumblebee is eventually discovered and captured by Sector Seven, along with Shatter and Dropkick.

He is later brought to an air base where he is tortured by Shatter and Dropkick about the Autobots.

They activate a holographic message in the scout of Optimus Prime intending to retreat to Earth with the other Autobots. Shatter and Dropkick resolve to in turn send a message to the Decepticons on Cybertron to invade Earth before they leave a critically injured Bumblebee for dead.

He is then revived by Charlie who uses Sector Seven's high voltage guns to do so, restoring his memories. After escaping Jack Burns and his unit's attempts to hold him back, Bumblebee resolves to set out to stop the Decepticons.

Upon reaching the tower where Shatter and Dropkick are, he makes Charlie hide before engaging in a fierce battle with Dropkick in a dry dam area.

After a rather lengthy battle, Bumblebee uses a chain entangle Dropkick before yanking it to shred him apart, destroying him, while Charlie makes her way to the tower by climbing a nearby crane.

When Jack Burns and his men arrive to try and stop Shatter as well, she shoots down their helicopter, but Bumblebee is able to catch it in time before it can crash, saving Burns' life.

Charlie manages to deactivate the Cybertronian homing beacon on the tower, causing an enraged Shatter to pursue her. However, Bumblebee stops her from doing so, but is himself pinned down by the Decepticon.

He blasts a nearby dam wall, causing it to give way and flood the dam. Bumblebee sinks into the waves while Shatter is crushed against a ship, destroying her as well.

Charlie dives in to save Bumblebee and the pair eventually reach the surface. Afterwards, Charlie and Bumblebee head to the Golden Gate Bridge where she tearfully bids goodbye to him as she knows the scout has a greater purpose on Earth.

Before driving off, Bumblebee scans and transforms into a Camaro that resembles the Camaro seen in the film.

He then rendezvouses with a Red Freightliner truck on the bridge, revealed to be Optimus Prime in disguise. Meeting properly in a forest, Prime congratulates Bumblebee, assuring him that the Autobots have a future thanks to his efforts.

The scout asserts his new name while witnessing more Autobots arriving on Earth. Ironhide goes outside to deal with Bludgeon, while Soundwave ambushes Bumblebee from inside.

Bumblebee is easily thrown down by Soundwave. Bumblebee tries to fire a shot from his shoulder gun, but Soundwave redirects the acoustic energy back at him.

Bumblebee deduces that he cannot deflect several rounds at once, and begins rapidly firing at Soundwave. The Decepticon is not able to take in so much, and finally falls.

Later, Bumblebee traps Soundwave in a magnetically sealed bubble in Cyber Missions 2. Bumblebee is a playable character, and is the most-used character in the Autobot campaign, where the character uses Bumblebee in nine missions in the Autobot campaign, out of the total He is playable in both the old and new Camaro cars.

Bumblebee also appears as a boss in the Decepticon campaign, with a radial blast attack. Bumblebee is among the playable characters in the Revenge of the Fallen video game by Activision.

Although other playable Transformers in the game have several incarnations featured, no other versions of Bumblebee are playable.

Towards the end of the ride, Bumblebee saves Evac from falling off a building after Evac kills Megatron with the AllSpark shard.

Sam Witwicky finds Bumblebee in Bobby Bolivia's used car lot and they go on an adventure, while Scooter is the only thing cheap in the lot.

Bumblebee is portrayed as a fifth-generation Camaro. During the final battle of the Power Rangers film, the Red Ranger, while piloting his T-Rex Zord, accidentally steps on a yellow Camaro of a similar model as the live-action Bumblebee.

He throws the car at an army of Putties and shouts, "Sorry, Bumblebee! Bumblebee appears in the Transformers Animated series in as a yellow hot hatch undercover police car scanned from a vehicle driven by Detroit Police Captain Fanzone.

The character of Bumblebee in Animated is described as a hot headed racing young Autobot who likes video games, making him more akin to Armada Hot Shot than the original Bumblebee.

He does however retain the traditional warm-heartedness and human-friendly attitude of the original due to his friendship with Sari Sumdac and Bulkhead.

Although considered childish and self-centered by many of his fellow Autobots, Bumblebee shows a loyal and caring side for his friends, and can be considered protective of Sari Sumdac, to the extent of blocking shots, blasts, and missiles from harming her.

This was first shown in "Transform and Roll Out! Part 3" when he deflected a shot from Starscream that was aimed at Sari.

The blast rendered him unconscious until Sari healed him with her Key. He is the kid-friendly character of the show.

Bumblebee has a retractable face plate he uses when he goes into combat and a retractable weapon called "energy stingers" in both hands.

He can use the wheels on his feet in robot mode as motorized roller blades. In the episode "Autoboot Camp", Bumblebee has flashbacks to his days as an Autobot trainee.

During training, he met Bulkhead, Longarm, Ironhide, and Wasp. The group was under the command of Drill Sergeant Sentinel Minor, who gave Bumblebee his name after calling him a "bumbler".

Bumblebee would often say or do the wrong thing, resulting in the entire platoon receiving Transformation push-ups as a result, which made him unpopular with Wasp and Ironhide.

One day, Bumblebee heard someone communicating with Megatron. Believing the traitor to be Wasp, Bumblebee with help from Longarm discovered evidence in Wasp's locker.

For discovering the traitor, Sentinel was prepared to give Bumblebee Elite Guard membership. However, Bumblebee gave up that chance by taking the rap for Bulkhead, who had previously knocked a building onto Sentinel, and was about to be removed from training, joining his new friend as a Space Bridge technician.

Bulkhead and Bumblebee were assigned to a Space Bridge repair ship under the command of Optimus Prime , along with Ratchet. Both he and Bulkhead were the first to encounter Prowl before he joins their group.

In the series finale, during a rescue mission to save Arcee, who was on the moon, Bumblebee manages to settle the score with Shockwave before he and Bulkhead put him under arrest.

After the Autobots learn of Prowl's ultimate sacrifice, they take the sparkless body of Prowl and the captured Megatron, Lugnut, and Shockwave to Cybertron.

On their arrival home, they are greeted and cheered on by the other Autobots for their victory over the evil and malevolent leader of the Decepticons.

In this story Professor Sumdac attempted to create a teleportation system to get the Autobots to Cybertron, but an interaction with Sari's key ended up transporting Optimus Prime, Bumblebee and Sari to Transtech Cybertron, where they met Flareup and his friends were detained by Shockwave while he was deemed not a threat.

Bumblebee teamed up with transformer named " Joe " to help him and Flareup get their friends. But after Joe exposed himself as a Megatron and uses Sari's key to create an army to begin a reign of terror, Bumblebee pointed out the world's bureaucratic nature that resulted in a mutiny.

Afterwards the Autobots and Sari returned to their own dimension. In it, Bumblebee and Prowl apprehend the Angry Archer as the villain attempts to steal money from a used car salesman.

In doing so, they reveal the holographic trickery of the Detroit superhero known as The Wraith. With the secret of his power revealed, The Wraith loses much of the respect he used to command in Detroit.

The Wraith attempts to stop Cyrus "The Colossus" Rhodes from escaping prison, but is unable to fool the villain now that the secret is public, forcing the Autobots to stop Rhodes and making The Wraith look foolish.

The Wraith then attempts to discredit Bumblebee at a college football game by trapping the Autobot with a car boot and using his holograms to make a fake Bumblebee attack the stadium.

Bumblebee eventually escapes and the other Autobots help capture The Wraith before having him placed in a mental institution.

Bumblebee is one of the five playable characters in the Transformers Animated video game for the Nintendo DS.

In the Transformers: Timelines series, Goldbug is an evil alternate reality version of Bumblebee. According to his official biography, Goldbug was once a young drifter known as Bumblebee.

He survived on the streets of Polyhex with no real purpose. He became skilled at sneaking around, stealing, eavesdropping and blackmailing.

He eagerly joined the Autobots in hopes of finding a place to belong and where his unsavory activities would be tolerated. When the war began, Bumblebee showed extreme bravery in battle and often sought ways to be noticed by command.

In time, he worked his way up the ranks of the Autobots and when the Autobot Seeker Drench was destroyed, Bumblebee was offered an upgraded form and a new identity as Goldbug, to take his place.

Goldbug is paranoid that one of his fellow Autobots will betray him and try to take his place, as he did to his former superiors.

When the Decepticons attack the Ark launch site Blurr, Goldbug and Rodimus compete for who could destroy the most Decepticons, but thanks to Cliffjumper the Decepticon attack is successful.

He is among the Autobots who attack the Decepticons at the Arch-Ayr fuel dump. He is later sent to capture rogue Dinobots for the Autobots.

He is part of the group that captures Swoop. Together they steal the Ark, evicting any crew members who are loyal to Optimus Prime before blasting off to Earth.

The Ark then crashes on Earth. Goldbug is among the Autobots brought back online. He initially commands a small group of Autobots who find Rodimus.

Bumblebee is one of the main group of Autobots in the computer-animated series Transformers: Prime. Bumblebee remains more playful than the other Autobots despite his lack of voice, and has come to rely on his speed as his most valuable asset in battle.

Bumblebee is extremely similar to his movie counterpart, sharing the similar vehicle and robot forms, the same lack of voice, and his close relationship to a human boy.

It is also revealed in the series finale episode "Deadlock" that Bumblebee's mouth was covered by a face plate vaguely resembling that of Optimus Prime's that helped him to create the alternative beeping noises he uses as his main form of communication throughout the series.

Later in the series he changes his color scheme by reversing the colors, resembling Bumblebee's original paint scheme in the Age of Extinction film.

Bumblebee returns as the central protagonist of the sequel series Transformers: Robots in Disguise , with Will Friedle reprising his role.

Set five years after the events of Prime , Bumblebee becomes the leader of a group of Autobots that end up on Earth to fight a generation of Decepticons who have re-emerge on the planet after a prison ship crash, being previously put in stasis before the war was over.

In later seasons this expands to battling old enemies from Prime, Stunticons, and the corruption of Cybertron itself.

A constant running gag throughout the first season is Bumblebee's inability to come up with a decent command for his team to mobilize, in the vein of Optimus Prime's famous order to "roll out".

Bumblebee retains a similar vehicle mode as he did in Prime , now a Chevrolet Camaro. However, his robot mode has gone through a serious redesign.

Notably retaking his original primarily yellow color scheme rather than the dominantly black one he took at the end of Prime. Bumblebee appears in the novels Transformers: Exodus and Transformers: Exiles.

Bumblebee appears as a playable character in the video game Transformers: War for Cybertron.

In the Autobot campaign, he is first seen racing across the war-torn streets of Iacon in search of Optimus. Upon rendezvousing with Optimus, he relays the message of Zeta Prime's death at the hands of Megatron ; after which, he joins Optimus and Ratchet in their resistance against the Decepticons on the planet.

He later appears in the final level of the game, where Bumblebee teams up with Optimus and Ironhide to prevent the Decepticon Titan, Trypticon from destroying Iacon.

He appears throughout the game as well. Frank Welker recorded actual words written for Bumblebee which were later replaced with sound effects.

Bumblebee appears in the pilot episode of the series responding too late to a call for help from Cliffjumper, who is captured by the Decepticons and killed.

Bumblebee soon is assigned to be Raf Esquivel's guardian, having grown close to the boy as he understands his language of beeps.

Optimus does not believe him to be worthy of promotion at such a young age. Nevertheless, Bumblebee shows he is still a capable warrior, since he is able to fight the likes of Breakdown and Shockwave.

When questioned by Smokescreen in "Project Predacon", Bumblebee admits he is holding back so that he can one day be promoted to warrior class on Cybertron.

In "Deadlock", during the final battle aboard the Nemesis , Bumblebee tries to give Optimus Prime the Star Saber for him to fight Megatron, but is killed by the Decepticon.

However, Bumblebee fell into the ship's Omega Lock and exposure to the Synthetic Energon powering it both revived him and restored his voice.

As Megatron prepared to finish Optimus, Bumblebee used the Star Saber to stab him in his spark, killing him.

Afterwards, once the Omega Lock restored Cybertron, Bumblebee gives Raf a goodbye before leaving for his home world where he is finally promoted to warrior class during the series finale Predacons Rising.

However, things quickly turn for the worse when Unicron appears on Cybertron in Megatron's body, and two new Predacons are cloned by Shockwave.

With Optimus on a mission to retrieve the AllSpark, and Ultra Magnus having been severely wounded by the new Predacons, Bumblebee becomes Autobot leader at Ratchet's encouragement as he leads them, the newly defected Knock Out and the three Predacons in making a stand against Unicron's undead Predacon army at the Well of All Sparks, buying enough time for Optimus to return to defeat Unicron.

Optimus reveals that he must sacrifice himself to restore the AllSpark to Cybertron's core, and does not pass on leadership to any one person present, stating that leadership will now be earned through actions.

Bumblebee promises to keep the peace on Cybertron to Optimus, implying Bumblebee to be the new leader of the Autobots, and by extension, Cybertron's new age.

Bumblebee appears as the main protagonist of the sequel series Transformers: Robots in Disguise , with Will Friedle reprising his role.

In the series, Bumblebee is called to Earth when a new generation of Decepticons re-emerges on the planet. After receiving a vision from Optimus Prime, Bumblebee travels to Earth via a spacebridge and discovers that a ship full of Decepticon criminals has crashed on Earth and its inmates have escaped.

Initially believing that Optimus' mission is intended for him alone, Bumblebee ends up with a team of ragtag Autobots, including a rebel bad boy bot named Sideswipe , a hyper active Mini-Con named Fixit, the bombastic ex-Decepticon and Dinobot Grimlock , and a female Elite Guard cadet named Strongarm, in order to combat the Decepticons.

After befriending humans Denny Clay and his son Russell and fighting the Chompazoid Underbite, the group is greeted by the inexplicably corporeal Optimus.

Unable to explain his return, Optimus expresses his confidence in Bumblebee and his new team before departing.

While leading the team, to recapture the escaped Decipticons, they come across Steeljaw, an escaped convict who has his own plan to lead the other escaped convicts.

The Autobots would later receive a visit from Bumblebee's old comrade Jazz , who informed Bumblebee that his actions in departing Cybertron had angered the high council.

After helping apprehend a fugitive named Ped, Jazz volunteered to return to Cybertron and inform the council of what had taken place.

The team then received another group of Cybertronian visitors, in the form of Autobot bounty hunter Drift, Decepticon bounty hunter Fracture, and their Mini-Con teammates.

Both Cybertronians arrived to collect a bounty placed on Bumblebee by the High Council for his actions, but Drift was convinced of Bumblebee's nobility after Bee saved his life.

The team managed to defeat Fracture, and though his ship was lost they gained the use of his ground bridge. After all of them but Grimlock and Fixit were given Decepticon Hunters, Bee and his team would then be forced to deal with Steeljaw's gang again—now including Thunderhoof, Underbite, and Fracture and his Mini-Cons—as both pursued the Decepticon fugitive Clampdown.

Bee's team managed to capture all the Decepticons, but were forced to let them escape when Steeljaw broke free and set an unmanned garbage barge loose in the path of a riverboat.

Drift and his Mini-Cons would later return to Earth and subsequently join the team. The team continued to capture escaped convicts.

Bumblebee was once again contacted by Optimus with further warnings, shortly before Steeljaw and his pack managed to briefly seize the scrapyard; however, the Autobots managed to recover their base.

The team soon gained another new ally in the form of the Primus-chosen female Autobot warrior Windblade, who aided the team in securing the fugitives Razorpaw and Zizza before departing.

Unfortunately for Bumblebee and his team, the threat that Optimus had warned them of soon revealed itself as Megatronus , a disgraced member of the Thirteen.

Having struck a deal with Steeljaw's pack, Megatronus instructed them to construct several devices he needed, which they did after capturing Strongarm, Sideswipe, and the returning Windblade.

Bumblebee led the remainder of his team against them, only for Optimus arrive shortly before Megatronus made his appearance.

Deferring to his former commander, Bumblebee became more concerned with Optimus' well-being and leadership than trusting in his own previous experiences.

Fortunately, his team rallied behind him and gave him the courage to stand firm, which enabled them to capture Steeljaw's Pack after the would-be Decepticon tyrant was ejected from the battle by Megatronus.

The Autobots then fought to prevent Megatronus from destroying both Earth and Cybertron, and managed it after discovering the latent powers of Bumblebee, Sideswipe, and Strongarm's Decepticon Hunters used in tandem and copying the sword form of Optimus' Prime Decepticon Hunter.

With Megatronus defeated and possibly eliminated, the Autobots departed for home, with Bumblebee at last finding his rallying cry: "Rev up and roll out!

With Megatronus defeated and most of the Pack apprehended, Bumblebee questioned whether his fellow Autobots wished to remain with him on Earth.

To a one they agreed, with Windblade and Optimus formally joining the team, though Optimus did so as Bumblebee's equal rather than his superior.

Turning their attention to Decepticon fugitives still scattered around the globe, Bumblebee decided to split his team by dispatching Drift, his Mini-Cons, and Windblade to seek out Decepticons in other locations while the rest of the team remained at the scrapyard.

At their own insistence Optimus and Sideswipe joined the team, which ended up stranded in the Arctic after Optimus' altered state damaged their Groundbridge.

Unfortunately, the remainder of the team soon had to deal with another problem: Overload, a Decepticon who had previously infiltrated the Autobot ranks and caused Bumblebee to suffer serious injuries, greatly embittering the former scout.

Bumblebee became consumed with bringing Overload in, even after the Mini-Con fugitives Backtrack and Ransack were freed during their initial battle; the two Mini-Cons subsequently joined forces with Overload.

Bee would continue to carry out his missions, though once he gained the ability to combine with his teammates, He became edgier on ethics during the Stunticon battles.

He eventually realized that he tweaked a perfect formula for the worst, and resumed his usual command style for the rest of the show.

Bumblebee appears in the episode "Bumblebee to the Rescue", where he helps the Rescue Bots and their human partners investigate a fallen meteor.

Optimus Prime briefly assigns Bumblebee to observe how the Rescue Bots and the Burns family work together. Cody and the rest of the Burns family are unable to understand Bumblebee and requires one of the Rescue Bots to translate.

The Rescue Bot Blades also happens to be a big fan of Bumblebee who is said to be a legendary scout and war hero by the Rescue Bots.

When Heatwave, Boulder, and Chase are infected by a substance contained in the meteor, Bumblebee, Blades, and the Burns family work together to destroy the meteor and obtain a sample in a hope to find a cure.

Bumblebee and Blades successfully destroy the meteor and retrieve the sample, but at the cost of being infected as well, but thankfully the Burnses use an analysis of the meteor sample Bumblebee found, They are able to find a cure in the Autobots database, curing Bumblebee and the Rescue Bots.

At the end of the episode, Cody is revealed to have learned how to understand Bumblebee. Before leaving, Bumblebee asks the Burnses with Cody acting as interpreter if they can take a picture of him and Blades.

They return to an alternate present with Dr. Morocco ruling Griffin Rock. They fight Morbots, while the Rescue Bots go into the city. They find out they left Dilther behind, which is how the Morbot army exists.

They go back in time to take him back to the present, which is then changed back to the regular timeline.

Bumblebee later returned in "Odd Bot Out", where he was sent to search for a missing Cybertronian artifact on Griffin Rock while Optimus searched the nearby seafloor.

To the dismay of his biggest fan Blades, Bumblebee teamed up with Dani, who was temporarily unable to pilot Blades due to her pilot's license expiring.

He returned in the season 4 episode "Uninvited Guest", making a crash landing at the training center and helping contain a stowaway Energon Eater.

Will Friedle reprised his role for the final time here, co-starring with his best friend Jason Marsden. Rescue Bots Academy saw Bumblebee receive multiple mentions and pictorial cameos, until he was brought as a guest teacher in the episode "Bee Prepared", to the excitement of all the recruits, especially Wedge.

Friedle had been dropped as Bumblebee's voice actor for the series, having been replaced by Jeremy Levy, who uses an identical voice used for Cyberverse Bumblebee.

Bumblebee is an Autobot warrior, and is based on the Generation 1 version of the character. Here he is portrayed by Chuck Better known as Yellow Bird.

And one that is based on his Age of Extinction appearance. Both resemble a Dodge Challenger in vehicle mode. Bumblebee is one of the main characters of Transformers: Cyberverse as well as the initial protagonist for seasons 1 and 2 before sharing the role with Optimus Prime, Cheetor for season 2 and Hot Rod for season 3's take on the Quintesson story arc.

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