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Please list characters by the media/incarnation that the darkhorse is most associated with. And let it be known, these characters have ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=COYRxf13tIg The Touch]]''.

This page is for the EnsembleDarkhorse characters spanning all Transformers, WesternAnimation/BeastWars, etc. media. Listed first are the characters who won fan voting in the Hall of Fame.

Hall of Fame selection process: Each year, starting in 2010, several characters and real life humans associated with the series are inducted into the Transformers Hall of Fame. One additional character is inducted, based on fan voting, out of 5 characters as choices. As the main characters are automatically inducted, and most of the choices are already on this page, this makes the winner a BreakoutCharacter among the Ensemble Darkhorse characters. For 2010 and 2011, the choices were four G1 characters (each lumped with their other incarnations, if any) and one WesternAnimation/BeastWars character.

* '''2010 winner: WesternAnimation/BeastWars' Dinobot''', beating other characters Soundwave, Grimlock, Shockwave and Jazz.
** Dinobot is renowned for being one of the most complete and complex characters in all of Transformers history, from his VitriolicBestBuds fights with Rattrap, to his ProudWarriorRaceGuy and HonorBeforeReason conflicts, to his ShoutOutToShakespeare tendencies. His [[spoiler: [[ADeathInTheLimelight death]]]] episode "Code of Hero" is one of the most well received episodes ever, cementing this.
* '''2011 winner: WesternAnimation/BeastWars' Waspinator''', beating other characters Grimlock, Shockwave, Jazz and Erector.[[note]]Soundwave, the only voting option to not return, was automatically inducted[[/note]]
** He was slated to be killed off at the start of the second season, but due to the unlucky Predacon's popularity among fans, he was spared. Waspinator continued as a supporting character, played for [[TheChewToy increasingly painful]] and [[ButtMonkey humiliating comic relief]], and his personality continued to develop. He also became just the third character outside of G1 to get an alternate version into another continuity (Wasp in ''[[WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated Animated]]'').
* '''2012 winner: G1's Wheeljack''', beating other characters Megatron (WesternAnimation/BeastWars), Sky Byte (''Anime/TransformersRobotsInDisguise''), Arcee, and Rodimus.
** Don't let the last two years fool you; the fans aren't too formulaic. This selection also included several more major characters, proving the fan voting options weren't just about ensemble darkhorses. Wheeljack's not just popular for being one of the original Autobots from 1984. He was the first Transformer to ever speak, and is also a lovably wacky MadScientist with a [[BrooklynRage Brooklyn accent]]. Even though some other popular 1984 'Bots, like Sideswipe, are basically [[FlatCharacter cardboard cutouts]], Wheeljack's got as much personality as Jazz, Bumblebee, Cliffjumper, Hound, Mirage, Prowl, Ironhide, Ratchet, and Optimus Prime.
* '''2013 winners: Beast Wars' Megatron and G1's Ultra Magnus''':
** And then the fans went and jumped back to the formula by voting for Megatron of the Beast Wars to get into the Hall of Fame. He's arguably one of the most ''successful'' bearers of the name Megatron, [[VerbalTic yeess...]]; where his namesake fumbled around with giant purple griffins and various gadgets, the Predacon of his name almost ''erased the Maximals from existance'' and was going to use the ''Nemesis'' to paradox humanity out of the picture, as well.
** [[Memes/{{Transformers}} Ultra Magnus can't deal with theatrics now.]][[note]]Notably, the 2013 induction was the first to only feature fan-nominated inductees, and the only one that didn't induct any humans.[[/note]]
* '''2014 winners: Arcee and [[IHaveManyNames Hot Rod/Rodimus Minor/Rodimus Prime/Rodimus Convoy]]'''
* '''2015 winners: Prowl and [[CombiningMecha Predaking]]'''
* '''2016 winners: [[WesternAnimation/BeastWars Optimus Primal]] and Cosmos'''
* '''2017 winners: Galvatron, Barricade, and Trypticon'''


[[folder: Franchise/Transformers Generation 1 ]]

* Although it is connected to the various animated shows, most of the characters from the original G1 Franchise/{{Transformers}} have been brought back in some form or another. Most notably are the "Seekers", Thundercracker and Skywarp in particular. Part of the reason for their popularity is the fact that they can be easily churned out via simply repainting a line's Starscream (which often leads to the awkward event where a line will feature all three of the original Seekers even when only Starscream appears in the actual cartoon being made to promote the line.
** The popularity of the Seekers came out at it's clearest when Hasbro, having killed the popular Transformers Classic line to focus solely on the BrokenBase Transformers live action movie, dumped the remaining Seeker figures (Dirge, Thrust, and Thundercracker) into an ultra-rare 2007 Botcon "Games of Deception" set. Needless to say, Transformer fans shat bricks over the fact that they were denied a chance to all the Classic versions of the Seekers, since Botcon sets are made in ultra-low quantity and the massive desire for the figures ensuring that the few that made it to the secondary market would sell for $100 and up PER FIGURE.
*** Hasbro finally rectified this in 2010-2011 by releasing arguably better versions in the mainstream toylines. Dirge received his proper delta wings, instead of reusing Ramjet's; Thrust's wings were modified a bit; and Thundercracker's wing paint was redone to match the previously-reissued Starscream's.
*** Skywarp remains pretty rare, though, since he was only released in a box set with Ultra Magnus, exclusive to Target.
* Soundwave, who eventually became one of the few Transformers to survive all the way from [[{{Pilot}} "More Than Meets The Eye"]] to [[GrandFinale "The Rebirth"]] unchanged. His robotic but ''pretty'' vocoder-altered voice, his faceless look, the fact that he had a pretty dang articulate toy... Call him a snitch and the fanbase will eviscerate you. Even today, fans still adore his original, hilariously outdated alt-mode.
* Soundwave's cassettes are sort of mini-Darkhorses, especially Ravage, who made it into both WesternAnimation/BeastWars and the Film/TransformersFilmSeries.
* Sideswipe is another example; he very rarely did more than be in the background or get any starring appearances in the cartoon or comics, but he's still one of the most popular characters. A likely factor is that he's a CoolCar (a Lamborghini), so his toys tend to be the best. Particularly, in his ''[[Film/{{Transformers}} film]]'' appearances, the fans clamored for more of him.
** His popularity can be boiled down to three words: [[BadassBoast "Damn, I'm good!"]]
** Try playing the game, ''VideoGame/TransformersWarForCybertron'', Sideswipe is only playable in the second Autobot chapter, but damn is he entertaining to play. not because of any specific gameplay but his [[FunPersonified dialog]] and [[BloodKnight personality]] during the level make it extremely funny.
* Erector. Only ever had one toy, and never appeared in fiction save for a Japanese magazine story, but he recently experienced such a [[{{Pun}} rise]] in popularity that the fans voted him into the final nominees for the ''Transformers: Hall of Fame'', competing with such insanely popular and famous characters as Grimlock, Jazz, Shockwave and Waspinator. Hasbro even wrote a completely new character bio for him, seemingly having embraced his sudden importance, but handled him as more than a simple dick joke. Considering his reputation started ''because'' of his name, this can fully well be seen as a SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome for the character.
* Nightbeat was just one of the small Headmasters released in the later years of the original line. Then Simon Furman got his hands on him, turning Nightbeat into an awesome DeadpanSnarker detective who was capable of defeating a Matrix powered Thunderwing via shooting a harpoon into his back and tossing him out the airlock. He eventually got seen as the secondary signature character for Furman besides Grimlock and eventually got a new toy in 2014.
* Despite most Pretenders being obscure, there are two that stand out.
** Bludgeon is a [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot Samurai Skeleton Tank Robot]] who, like most Decepticon leaders in the comics, was far more effective than Megatron. This popularity landed him a brand new Voyager class toy that skips the inner robot and goes straight from tank to skeletal samurai!
** Thunderwing is also this for having some NobleDemon traits. Oh, and he also managed to hijack [[MacGuffin the Creation Matrix]]. This popularity also landed him a top spot in one of the newest [[VideoGame/TransformersPrimeTheGame Transformer games]], and a new toy.
* [[LargeHam Straxus]] was a character created specifically for the Marvel Comics, a deranged tyrant who basically existed to be killed off by Blaster after he killed Blaster's best buddy. However, Simon Furman revived him and had him [[spoiler: retroactively [[HijackedByGanon hijack a lot of badass Megatron moments]].]] He eventually got a rather awesome Deluxe class toy in Generations.
* And in yet another case of "Decepticon leader who's better than [[GeneralFailure Megatron]]," we have [[CyberCyclops Shockwave]]. In the cartoon, he was just a dull YesMan, essentially a poor man's Soundwave. In the comics, he was the Big Bad for most of Budiansky's run, and his reason for [[TheStarscream constantly and successfully usurping Megatron]]? It's because he simply deems it logical, whilst also averting the StrawVulcan trope in actually ''being'' logical.
* Most of the characters from ''ComicBook/TheTransformersLastStandOfTheWreckers'' became this, but the biggest example is [[TheKnightsWhoSaySquee Ironfist]]. He even got an [[WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated TFA incarnation]] complete with a toy!
* [[HulkSpeak Me]] [[EverythingsBetterWithDinosaurs Grimlock!]] It helps that he is regarded as Simon Furman's signature character in the comics.
** It wasn't always that way, though, particularly in the Marvel US comics; although he had a couple of [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome Crowning Moments of Awesome]] (helping to take down Megatron in issue 8, and Trypticon in issue 27), he degenerated into a {{Jerkass}} BadBoss that was later [[{{Flanderization}} Flanderized]] into a variation of his season 3 cartoon self, before getting blasted by Starscream. Furman's takeover of the US book came just as the Classic Pretenders (including Grimlock) hit the shelves, allowing Furman to show the Grimlock he'd written in the UK book, creating the foundation for all future G1-based portrayals.
* [[VerbalTic Heh heh]], [[ThoseTwoBadGuys the Battlechargers]], Runabout and Runamuck, have a decent fan following due to being some of the only Decepticons who are genuine friends. Not to mention the [[MemeticMutation fandom meme]] that has them associated with ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead''. Uh huh huh huh.
** It's become an AscendedMeme as Runabout and Runamuck are deliberately drawn visual {{Shout Out}}s to Beavis and Butthead, respectively, for the ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated'' [[AllThereInTheManual source book]]. [[http://billforster.deviantart.com/art/Runabout-and-Runamuck-176356248 Yes, really]].
* Even those who didn't much care for Mike Costa's run on IDW's Transformers ongoing seemed to like one character: [[http://tfwiki.net/wiki/Bob_%28IDW%29 Bob the Insecticon]], a spiky yet adorable abomination of science who becomes Sunstreaker's pet. When Bob showed up in the fourth issue of James Roberts' ongoing, which followed Costa's, a number of fans were rather excited to see that he was still around.
* Galvatron in the Marvel UK run of the Generation 1 comic. An outright [[TheJuggernaut nigh unstoppable]] badass whose [[SavedByTheFans popularity]] effectively gave him JokerImmunity up until the Time War storyline, where he was finally KilledOffForReal.
* Black Shadow is a surprisingly popular character, despite appearing in very little fiction (he originated in Japan in 1989, but didn't appear in any western fiction until the IDW continuity, where he still had a very minor role, and he didn't get a toy in the west until 2011). Part of his appeal is his function is the highly unusual "Space Gangster," coupled with being a more robotic retool of the already popular Thunderwing.
* Many, ''many'' characters in ''ComicBook/TheTransformersMoreThanMeetsTheEye'' are adored by the fandom, to the point where it's basically a bunch of Ensemble Darkhorses crammed together on a ship.
** Whirl, for both his hilarious [[{{Jerkass}} Jerkassery]] and the sheer scope of his [[CrazyAwesome Crazy Awesomeness]].
** Cyclonus also has a share of fans, in part because he matches Whirl's badassness on the field and his {{Tsundere}} personality.
** Swerve. He's gone from being used in past continuities as a filler character with no real distinct personality, to being a very chatty mischievous smartass with a BoisterousBruiser personality packed into a minibot body.
** Roberts' original character Rung, the Autobot psychologist, is also gaining a fangirl posse, due mainly to his {{adorkabl|e}}y gangly and goggle-eyed design and his equally Adorkable and slightly naive personality. It helps that he's a bit of a TakeThat to the MarySue concept, what with his frequent ButtMonkey moments.
** Also in this vein, we have original character [[DefectorFromDecadence Ambulon]], himself a bit of a TakeThat to the whole "Ex-Decepticons are cooler" notion that became so unpopular with Drift. His life frankly sucks, he's not that well-liked InUniverse, and to top it all off, his altmode is a ''leg''... Naturally, he's very popular with the fandom, [[spoiler:though unfortunately, it wasn't enough to save him.]]
** [[CrazyAwesome Brainstorm]]. [[http://tfwiki.net/wiki/My_First_Blaster Can't]] [[http://tfwiki.net/wiki/Metafictional_bomb imagine]] [[http://tfwiki.net/wiki/Malevolent_Counterintuitive_Pathogen why]]...
** Surprisingly, ''Drift'' of all 'bots [[RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap has become this]]. It's kind of amazing that a former CreatorsPet has become popular among many of his haters due to having a good writer behind him. It doesn't hurt that he's become a hell of a DeadpanSnarker. Having had a spiritual reawakening that makes him "offensively upbeat" and [[TakeThatScrappy that Ratchet absolutely hates him]] gives him some extra points too.
** Getaway [[VerbalTic *BOMP*]] became a huge hit with the fans after his introduction scenes in issue 20.
** The entire [[EvilIsCool Decepticon Justice Division]] gets this treatment due to their badass designs and frequent CreepyAwesome moments, but among their number, Tarn, Kaon, and Vos are particularly popular.
** Misfire, the hilariously incompetent {{Cloudcuckoolander}} has become popular with fans thanks to his many funny moments.
** Nautica isn't as important as the other two fembots introduced in Dark Cybertron, as they go onto be the leads in [[ComicBook/TheTransformersWindblade Windblade]] and get toys while she's put in MTMTE's ensemble cast, and remains toyless. Yet she remains the most popular for her {{Adorkable}}, endearing personality, and for easily blending in with the comedy dynamics of her series.
* ComicBook/DeathsHead, the eccentric ''[[InsistentTerminology Freelance Peacekeeping Agent]]'' from the Marvel UK comics was one of first Ensemble Darkhorses of the franchise. Made the jump (with a little [[Series/DoctorWho Gallifreyan assistance]]) from those comics into ''mainstream Franchise/MarvelUniverse'', up to and including getting multiple comic series. Admittedly, many of those series were of [[TheNineties 90's successor]], but can't have everything, [[VerbalTic right?]] The original proved popular enough to be brought BackFromTheDead at least twice and is now finally getting an official action figure of his own. Happy endings, yes?
* Banzai-Tron is far and away the most popular Action Master, surprising given that Action Masters are [[DorkAge generally reviled]]. An interesting look and a neat bio were all well and good, including the incredibly badass motto of "To the victor go the profits," but what really sealed it was the fancomic ''Transformers: Chronicles'', where he was basically [[Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar Kenshiro]] as a Decepticon. Since then, he's received at least four toys, more than any Action Master by far, including a release in the super-high-end ''Alternity.''


[[folder: Western Animation/Beast Wars and Western Animation/Beast Machines ]]

Take a look at who the Hall of Fame winners are.
* Megatron's Rubber Ducky. No lines, not interaction with anyone else, but one of the 3 fully loyal Predacons. And the only one of those three (the others being Inferno and Scorponok) to get ''transmetallized''.
** [[http://tfwiki.net/wiki/Rubber_Ducky The Rubber Ducky]] has his own page on the wiki.
* Inferno, largely due to his LargeHam qualities.
** The fact he was a [[KillItWithFire fire ant]] with [[PsychoForHire a few screws loose]] didn't hurt.
* In WesternAnimation/BeastMachines, this role was taken by Jetstorm due to his gleefully evil, sarcastic, arrogant personality. A keen sense of wit and the fact that his VoiceActor played him as a LargeHam didn't hurt, either.
* Rampage and Depth Charge. The former for being an immortal psychopath, the latter for being the only one badass enough to take him on. They are drawn to each other like matter and antimatter, and are about as safe to be around when it happens. Put them in a scene together and watch the awesome.


[[folder: Anime/Transformers Robots In Disguise ]]

* Mirage. Being a cool F1 car that is a lone sniper helps a lot.
* Scourge. These days he's typically called Nemesis Prime. Immensely loved as one of the few evil clones of Optimus to have an actual personality.


[[folder: Anime/Transformers Cybertron ]]

* Since his first appearance [[AllThereInTheManual a fan club story]], Cannonball became this for being a freaking SpacePirate, since then he's gotten a few cameos, and even got a new retooling and starring role as the BigBad in the 2014 Botcon story.
* Scourge, the MightMakesRight leader of the Jungle Planet. Somewhat like Dinobot above, though he changes into a dragon.
* Signal Lancer, who is a minor joke character at best and doesn't even get named in the English dub, became famous and even a tad memetic when, in the show's final episode, he dramatically revealed his robot mode and left his spot to find his great destiny. His disguise was a mundane stoplight.
* Scattershot and Vector Prime maintain strong popularity after the show: the first appearing in VideoGame/TransformersWarForCybertron and the second for being one of the Thirteen original primes and a powerful [[spoiler: sacrifice]].
* Jetfire. [[AwesomeAussie It's the accent]].


[[folder: Western Animation/Transformers Animated ]]

* Who became one of the most popular ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated'' characters after his ten second appearance in the pilot episode? Not [[TheStoic Prowl]], not [[HotBlooded Bumblebee]], not [[BigBad Megatron]]... it's the wacky, SplitPersonality villain Blitzwing. The fact that he's made appearances in almost every one of the ''The Arrival'' tie-in comics may show that the writers are listening to the fandom.
** To be fair, he does ''[[EstablishingCharacterMoment a lot]]'' [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5dNJrP2gBSI in those ten seconds.]]
*** It helps that every following appearance is either [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments hilarious]], [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome awesome]], or both.
* I am Wreck-Gar! I am widely liked for my humorous attitude and being voiced by Music/WeirdAlYankovic despite only appearing twice, and I DARE to be stupid!
* The Animated version of Waspinator took our favorite little CosmicPlaything and made him a legitimate threat.
-->-- [[DarkReprise Wazzzpinator cannot go offline. Wazzzpinator haz planzz.....]]
* [[BountyHunter Lockdown]].
** So much so that (along with Lugnut below) he's been adopted into IDW's Generation One continuity.
* Despite being an intentional attempt at being a HateSink, [[{{Jerkass}} Sentinel Prime]] gained some fans due to being such an amusing {{Jerkass}}. Oh, and he's voiced by WesternAnimation/TheTick.
* A human example can be found in Captain Fanzone, the badass police captain who's BornInTheWrongCentury and gives some of the show's funniest moments.
-->"[[MemeticMutation This is why I hate machines!]]"
* A case could be made for Lugnut, quite possibly the most gloriously loyal Decepticon to date. Having ThoseTwoBadGuys status with Blitzwing certainly helps. Received a Generations-styled figure in 2010.


[[folder: Film/Transformers Film Series ]]

* Dispensor, the Mountain Dew vending machine turned into a homicidal robot by the power of the Allspark, despite being ProductPlacement, not being ''named'', and barely appearing for more than a few seconds. Dispensor eventually got his own (short flash) game, where he infiltrates human facilities WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes style and [[TakeOverTheWorld takes over the world]] in the name of Mountain Dew. He also got a toy, although, tragically, it doesn't transform and isn't poseable.
** As of Takara's ''Age of Extinction'' lead-in toyline, Dispensor has graduated to full Transformer-dom (even if it is now as a delivery truck for a BlandNameProduct ShoutOut to both MTMTE and TV Tropes itself, "[[MoodWhiplash Mood Wiplash (sic)]]").
* Scalpel, the German-accented MadDoctor.
* Ejector the evil toaster, who is also an AscendedMeme (he originally appeared in a Mountain Dew commercial for the first film). He too has a toy.
* Jolt from ROTF has a large fanbase due to his minimal screentime.
* DOTM introduced a large background Decepticon named Devcon, who resembles the Cloverfield Monster.
* Most of the Decepticons from the first film (barring maybe Frenzy) are very, very popular.
** Bonecrusher is this for [[MemeticMutation hating everything.]]
** Blackout, for destroying an army base at the start of the film and showing just how dangerous the Decepticons were.
** Barricade, the police car Decepticon is easily the most popular of the film-verse bad guys. In the video game adaptations, he's voiced by '''Creator/KeithDavid''', and plays a memorable SenseiForScoundrels in the well received DS versions. He's easily the most recurring Decepticon after Megatron, appearing in the first, third, and fifth movies and he's been adapted into various other media with even his G1 related appearances drawing from the movie. In 2017 he got into the hall of fame being the first movie creation to do so.
* Laserbeak, the coldblooded assassin who works for Soundwave.
* That crazy bastard, [[OneSceneWonder Jerry Wang]].
* Flatline quickly became this in the ExtendedUniverse comic book tie-ins. Essentially the Decepticon equivalent to [[MadDoctor Josef Mengele]], he's arguably more vile than his universe's [[BigBad Megatron]] - Which is saying something. A ''lot'' of fans want to see a toy of him that turns into a hearse.
* The Wreckers (Roadbuster, Topspin, and Leadfoot). They're a trio of [[{{Jerkass}} jerkasses]] that change into heavily modified NASCAR stock cars covered in firepower.
* To a lesser degree there's also Glenn from the first film, due to Anthony Anderson's hilarious performance.
* '''Hound'''. Of the new Autobots in the fourth film, Hound is incredibly popular for his boisterous personality and some of the best lines. "I'm a fat ballerina!" reached meme status.
* Nitro Zeus is, by far, the most popular of the new Decepticons in ''The Last Knight''. It helps that he resembles Shockwave and has a little more personality than the rest. Also, he's the only new Con to make it to the final battle with Megatron and Barricade.


[[folder: Video Game/Transformers War For Cybertron[=/=]Video Game/Transformers Fall Of Cybertron ]]

* Metroplex, the HumongousMecha Autobot ''city''. The fact he gets to [[spoiler:slam Megatron into the ground, four times, in fact]], probably helps.


[[folder: Western Animation/Transformers Prime ]]

* Despite being killed by Starscream in the first episode, Cliffjumper becomes this due to being voiced by [[Wrestling/DwayneJohnson The Rock]], in addition to ''not'' being a recolor of Bumblebee, but instead manages to be his own, unique character. There are even those who wished he wasn't [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter killed off so quickly]].
* The ''Prime'' version of Wheeljack is quite popular. He's gone from a GadgeteerGenius to a GeniusBruiser, cutting through waves of Vehicons with his swords and being an established member of the Wreckers. The creators took notice of this and gave him more screentime in season 2, around the time his toy started shipping.
* Dreadwing. His NobleDemon personality and sense of honor remind people of the aforementioned Dinobot. Not to mention that he can hold his own in a fight with [[WorthyOpponent Optimus Prime]]. Fans were ''not happy'', not one bit, when he was killed off.
* Steve, a FanNickname for any Vehicon that does anything noteworthy, hitting Starscream. This becomes true that in WesternAnimation/TransformersRobotsInDisguise2015, where one of the Vehicon presented said that his name was Steve.


[[folder: Comic Book/Transformers Shattered Glass ]]

* Ravage is one of the biggest examples of this. He was originally just a joke in ''Webcomic/{{Shortpacked}}'' about how a MirrorUniverse Ravage would be a MotorMouth {{Keet}} instead of a silent assassin. Then his creator started up a Website/{{Twitter}} feed in which he was portrayed as the living incarnation of WebOriginal/LOLCats. Eventually, the little guy became so popular, he was made canon and received a toy at Botcon 2010!
* [[SesquipedalianLoquaciousness It has occurred to me that this page is dreadfully absent of the cunning and debonair Grimlock]], [[VerbalTic wot]]?
* [[CulturedBadass Abominus]], who defeats [[DumbMuscle Computron]] with interpretive dance while politely critiquing his [[HulkSpeak diction]], hit the ground running for the title of "Best Gestalt Ever." Then we learned that his components are what make him a CulturedBadass - a Renaissance man, a famous actor, a captain of industry, a psychologist, and a children's entertainer, complete with cute hand puppet. It helps that he looks ''[[http://tfwiki.net/mediawiki/images2/c/ce/SGAbominus_Bio.jpg fantastic]]''.