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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 28. Chapters: Heffalump, Dumbo, Mr. Snuffleupagus, Ironhide, Babar the Elephant, Blind men and an elephant, List of fictional elephants, Khan Kluay, Goliath II, Horton the Elephant, Hathi, An Elephant for Aristotle, Benjamin the Elephant, M Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 28. Chapters: Heffalump, Dumbo, Mr. Snuffleupagus, Ironhide, Babar the Elephant, Blind men and an elephant, List of fictional elephants, Khan Kluay, Goliath II, Horton the Elephant, Hathi, An Elephant for Aristotle, Benjamin the Elephant, Mammomax, Tantor, Mama Mirabelle's Home Movies, The Elephant Show, Nellie the Elephant, Seeing pink elephants, Bump, World-elephant, Elmer Elephant, Stumpy, The Steam House, Big Al, Welephant, Pellefant, The Ant and the Elephant, Kabumpo, Rolo to the Rescue, The Large Family, Anthrodon. Excerpt: Ironhide is the name of several different fictional characters in the Transformers universes. According to the original creator of the Transformers names, Bob Budiansky, Ironhide was named after the television series Ironside. Ironhide (Rhino in Canada, Falco in Italy, Vasokol (Ironfist) in Hungary, Bronevik in Russia) is portrayed as a toughened old Autobot who has seen his share of battle. Ironhide was one of the favorite Autobots of IGN. Ironhide's first appearance is in the comics resembled his toy but was soon updated to his more anthropomorphic animated form. In US Transformers #4, with the Autobots low on fuel and facing an imminent Decepticon assault, he was chosen by Optimus Prime alongside Huffer, Bluestreak and Mirage to be given all the remaining fuel and stand against the Decepticons. While Megatron's soldiers collapsed at the last moment due to poisoned fuel, the Autobots were abruptly offlined and the Ark captured by Shockwave. Once reactivated, he was part of the team sent on a failed mission to prevent the Decepticons contacting Cybertron and battled the Constructicons for the first time. He later worked alongside Jetfire in the Dinobot Hunt and learned to trust him despite his Decepticon origins; and he fought the Constructicons again at a demolition derby while working as a bodyguard f...


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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 28. Chapters: Heffalump, Dumbo, Mr. Snuffleupagus, Ironhide, Babar the Elephant, Blind men and an elephant, List of fictional elephants, Khan Kluay, Goliath II, Horton the Elephant, Hathi, An Elephant for Aristotle, Benjamin the Elephant, M Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 28. Chapters: Heffalump, Dumbo, Mr. Snuffleupagus, Ironhide, Babar the Elephant, Blind men and an elephant, List of fictional elephants, Khan Kluay, Goliath II, Horton the Elephant, Hathi, An Elephant for Aristotle, Benjamin the Elephant, Mammomax, Tantor, Mama Mirabelle's Home Movies, The Elephant Show, Nellie the Elephant, Seeing pink elephants, Bump, World-elephant, Elmer Elephant, Stumpy, The Steam House, Big Al, Welephant, Pellefant, The Ant and the Elephant, Kabumpo, Rolo to the Rescue, The Large Family, Anthrodon. Excerpt: Ironhide is the name of several different fictional characters in the Transformers universes. According to the original creator of the Transformers names, Bob Budiansky, Ironhide was named after the television series Ironside. Ironhide (Rhino in Canada, Falco in Italy, Vasokol (Ironfist) in Hungary, Bronevik in Russia) is portrayed as a toughened old Autobot who has seen his share of battle. Ironhide was one of the favorite Autobots of IGN. Ironhide's first appearance is in the comics resembled his toy but was soon updated to his more anthropomorphic animated form. In US Transformers #4, with the Autobots low on fuel and facing an imminent Decepticon assault, he was chosen by Optimus Prime alongside Huffer, Bluestreak and Mirage to be given all the remaining fuel and stand against the Decepticons. While Megatron's soldiers collapsed at the last moment due to poisoned fuel, the Autobots were abruptly offlined and the Ark captured by Shockwave. Once reactivated, he was part of the team sent on a failed mission to prevent the Decepticons contacting Cybertron and battled the Constructicons for the first time. He later worked alongside Jetfire in the Dinobot Hunt and learned to trust him despite his Decepticon origins; and he fought the Constructicons again at a demolition derby while working as a bodyguard f...

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