Working a nine-to-five job as a wage slave sure sucks. Which means that when you discover a fragment of an ancient life-giving alien artifact. it's time to clock out for the last time and launch a career as a super-villain! No? Well Slo-Mo seems to think so.
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Slo-Mo first appeared on the scene as a mysterious benefactor who helped out several of Detroit's B-List Villains, saving them from capture by the Autobots with an Allspark-empowered timepiece. Gathering these three 'also-rans' at her former place of employment she introduced herself. Formerly a
carbon blob from Sector 7G a production line worker, she one day discovered what would prove to be an Allspark fragment mixed into the quartz crystals she fitted into clocks. When installed in a clock-like housing she found it slowed down all electronic and mechanical systems, from automobiles to automatons to Autobots. Realizing this was a chance to make it big she set out on a career in crime, but had the sense to recognize she was an amateur at the game, and proposed that the gathered crooks could restyle themselves as a crime-syndicate. She also revealed that it was her AllSpark-powered timepiece that had undone Nino Sexton's premature aging, and this favor seemed to kindle a potential relationship between the two.
The as-yet un-named syndicates first bust quickly went south on them however when they became cornered not only by the Autobot Bumblebee (Animated) (who was quickly defeated by Slo-Mo's timepiece) but also the flesh-and-blood officers of the DPD. Fortunately a disembodied voice quickly offered them the services of a nearby Sports Utility Vehicle as a getaway car, complete with 4WD, inbuilt weaponry and comfortable seating for four (complete with a booster-seat for Professor Princess).