Long Haul is grumpy and always hates to carry his allies' stuff like a pack mule. He always grumbles how he should be fighting rather than carrying all the junk. He is (against his own will) part of the Constructicon team. Sometimes he likes to abandon the cargo he carries and says he "lost" it.
Revenge of the Fallen film
At one point, he, Rampage, Mixmaster and the little one are hiding aboard a boat waiting to arrive at the location where Megatron's corpse is located. Once there, they transform and go to the bottom of the ocean to. After killing the little one to repair Megatron, they then succeed in reactivating their fallen leader.
He doesn't really do an awful lot — he lumbers around in the same spot during the battle in Egypt, lets off a couple of rockets and fires a burst from a heavy machine gun. He is killed when some planes fly overhead and blow a couple of his tires off and knock him down with some missiles.
Revenge of the Fallen: The Game
- Voice Actor: Neil Kaplan
Long Haul has is a Decepticon equipped with grenades and a flamethrower.
Autobot Campaign Long Haul is with a group of Decepticons sent to Shanghai. He is attacked and killed by Ironhide. Wierdly enough, he is later as a part of Devastator. Resurrection maybe.
- Long Haul (Legends, 2009)
- Long Haul, transforms into a dump truck. He forms one of Devastator's legs. In Japan he is a seperate release from the other Constructicons. In America, he will be packed in a giftset with the others.
- Devastation Blast Long Haul (Fast Action Battlers, 2009)
- Long Haul (Voyager, 2009)
- The on-package introduction note calls his flip-out weapons swords, but their shape is more akin to axes. Also, unlike his Generation One counterpart, his truck bed actually functions in vehicle mode like the real thing.
- Constructicon Devastator (2009)
- Long Haul is based on piece of post-2007 movie fan art by professional artist Josh Nizzi which in turn caught the attention of Michael Bay and the company who hired him very shortly thereafter. It looks like the design was used with hardly any change in the base design. Bay must have really liked it.
- Speaking of things barely changing, this Long Haul's personality barely changed from his Generation One counterpart.