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Power Run is an Autobot Micromaster in the Generation One continuity family.
Power run cardart

Hold still . . . you have something on your jacket.

Power Run is a smooth talker who makes all his friends feel that they're as cool as he is. Secretly, he worries that the Autobots really are inferior like the Decepticons say.[1]

His combiner partner on the Metro Squad is Strikedown.


Generation One

  • Metro Squad (Micromaster Combiner Squad, 1990)
Power Run transforms into the front half of a white and black hovercraft that he forms with his combiner partner Strikedown. He can, of course, combine with any other Micromaster Combiner to form a new vehicle, as well as connect to any Micromaster Transport, but he's one of those Micromaster Combiners who don't really fit to anyone but their respective partners. Power Run was only available in a six-pack with his squadmates Strikedown, Oiler, Slide, Roadburner and Wheel Blaze.

Return of Convoy

  • Radar Hover W Team (Micro Trailer Team, 1991)
    • Japanese ID number: C-366
    • Accessories: Micro Trailer #6
In Japan, Power Run came as part of the Radar Hover W Team, with Strikedown, Barrage, and Heave. The toys are identical to their Hasbro releases. The Team also came with a Micro Trailer.


  • In Dreamwave's More Than Meets The Eye encyclopedia, his name is given as "Powerrun", one word.
  • He's also incorrectly depicted as transforming into the entire hovercraft, instead of just the front.


  1. More Than Meets The Eye #4

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