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[[Image:JeffAnderson.jpg|right|thumbnail| Jeff Anderson Self-Portrait]]
   
:''Chip is a [[human]] character from the [[Generation 1]] [[continuity family]].''
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'''Jeff Anderson''' was an artist on the Marvel UK Transformers comic, beginning with issue #65. At one point he lived in Hartlepool, England, with his wife and three children.
   
[[Image:Chipchase.jpg|right|thumb|200px|Mein Führer, I can valk!]]
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He is not to be confused with Jeff Anderson, who played "Randal" in the film "Clerks" who apparently knows NOTHING about the greatness of Transformers.
   
'''Chip Chase''' is a human ally of the [[Autobot]]s and [[Spike Witwicky]]'s best friend. Suffering from some unknown malady, Chip is confined to a wheelchair. He isn't defined by his disability though, but rather by his geeky genius-level skills with computers, programming, and electronics.
 
   
He also has tremendous upper body strength.
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"Courage!"
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==Fiction==
 
 
 
===Generation 1 cartoon===
 
:''Voice actor:'' [[Michael Horton]] (US), [[Keiichi Nanba]] (Japan)
 
 
Chip Chase came to the attentions of the Autobots as a friend of [[Spike Witwicky]] and the whiz behind [[Dr. Alcazar]]'s antimatter formula project. Though the Decepticons stole the antimatter formula, Chip memorized the data.
 
 
Chip has a remarkably advanced (or at least ridiculously expensive) desktop computer for 1984. It contains among other things, a 16 Million color monitor (Chip's view of the Decepticons was no different than [[Prowl (G1)|Prowl's]]), a microphone, dial up networking, speakers, and a soundcard that could interpret Prowl's speech. Maybe he's friends with [[Ethan Zachary]].
 
 
Chip once tore a [[Floppy disk|floppy disk]] apart with '' his bare hands''. This may explain why [[Optimus Prime (G1)|Optimus Prime]] is [[Afterdeath!|keen to stay in his good books]].
 
 
Chip is a graduate of Yal University, is able to survive [[acid rain]], is able to stand (despite being wheelchair bound), and once saved the world by getting [[Thrust (G1)|Thrust]] to shoot [[Teletraan-1]].
 
 
He once told a group of Autobots that, "No one is really disabled as long as they have courage." If any human was an illustration of this, it's Chip Chase.
 
 
===Scramble City OVA===
 
 
''(Note: the [[Scramble City]] OVA takes place after the events of the second season of the US cartoon, but before ''[[The Transformers: The Movie (1986)|The Transformers: The Movie]]''.)''
 
 
Chip can be seen alongside Spike, [[Sparkplug Witwicky|Sparkplug]] and Carly helping to construct [[Autobot City]].
 
 
===Binaltech===
 
 
When [[Prowl_(G1)|Prowl's]] [[Spark|Laser Core]] was lost to [[Subspace]] in a [[Genetronic Translink|GT]] Transfer accident, Chip Chase volunteered to sacrifice his very own soul in order to breath life into the now lifeless Prowl-2, stating "Twenty years ago, we met thanks to an online message from you. Your battle computer was down, and in its place, I--" {{Storylink|Roll For It}} while something flashed in the back of his mind "Your intelligence and personality are already in this frame. In which case..." With the help of [[Ratchet_(G1)|Ratchet]] and [[Wheeljack_(G1)|Wheeljack]] Chip's consciousness was transported into Prowl's frame. The new entity created in this fusion is virtually indistinguishable from Prowl's old persona, thanks to copies of the original Prowl's [[Memory Core]] and [[Datatrax]], while a separate Nerocomputer handles Chip's thought processes. Meanwhile Chip's real body was stored in stasis in an [[EDC]] medical facility.
 
 
===Transformers: The Game (2007)===
 
He apparently owns a chain of fast food burger joints (Named 'Chip Chase's' oddly enough) with his face on the packaging. Wonder if the TV ads are as scary as the ones featuring the Burger King.
 
 
==Trivia==
 
* Chip and [[Carly]] never appeared in the same episode during the entire US run, coincidence!? ''Shocking dual identitity?!?!'' (Or maybe the two of them just can't stand to be in the same room for whatever reason...)
 
 
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Revision as of 03:27, October 10, 2007

JeffAnderson

Jeff Anderson Self-Portrait

Jeff Anderson was an artist on the Marvel UK Transformers comic, beginning with issue #65. At one point he lived in Hartlepool, England, with his wife and three children.

He is not to be confused with Jeff Anderson, who played "Randal" in the film "Clerks" who apparently knows NOTHING about the greatness of Transformers.


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