This article is about the Japanese Decepticon. For the American Decepticon, see Scowl.

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Doryū (ドリュウ) smaaaaaaaaaaart. Doryū can laugh. Doryū is a throw coconut good. Doryū make good Dinoking leg. Doryū... ummmm... Doryū... is Doryū. Doryū is good soldier... when Doryū can find battle.

English-Malay dub name: Scowl
Russian dub name: Хмурый ("Hmuriy", Gloomy)


Victory cartoon

Voice actor: Masashi Hironaka (Japanese), Hikaru Midorikawa (Japanese, "Jean - Defend the Campus")

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Victory comic



  • Doryū (Dinoforce, 1989)
    • Japanese ID number: D-325
    • Accessories: Stegosaurus shell, shell back, "Stego Gun", Dinoking footplate
Doryū's inner robot shares the same mold as the Pretender Monster Scowl, transforming into a howler monster. He comes with a rubbery cyborg stegosaurus Pretender-type shell in which he can be stored. He was available both individually and in a large Dinoking box-set.
  • Dinoking (Multi-pack, 1989)
    • Japanese ID number: D-328
All six members of Dinoforce were available both in individual boxes, and in a complete six-piece gift set.


  • Doryū's name translates roughly as "Earth Dragon".
  • The Dinoforce shells are notable for developing a green patina on the painted-gold portions, as well as a slimy texture over their whole surface over time. What causes this is unknown, but ick. Even previously-unopened samples will develop this nastiness. While some water and a little bit of hand-soap should take care of the slime, there's not much to be done about the green discoloration.
  • The Victory anime depicted the Dinoforce members as carrying melee weapons, rather than the blasters the toys actually came with.

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