Rager (iGear)

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iGear character
Rager box
Created by

Release number

MW-02, MW-02G
Species Transformer


Alternate mode


"What do you mean I'm not tall enough?"
Tech specs

ST07 IN08 SP04 EN07

RN07 CO08 FB04 SK09

Rager is a fictional character and third-party Transformer homage to Generation 1 Huffer created by iGear in 2011. In 2012 Reprolabels released a set of labels for Rager.


Rager is a third-party Transformers homage to the Generation 1 Autobot Huffer created by iGear.

According to his tech specs Rager is very strong, intelligent, tough, brave, and incredibly skilled. He is a bit also slower than average and his firepower is nothing special.

On the back of the instructions for Medical Specialist and Weapon Specialist are co-sells for Spray, Rager, Hench, UFO, Cogz, Duneraker, Veer and Bushwacker.


Rager was previewed at the Third Party Panel at TFcon 2011.[1]

In June 2011 iGear posted promotional photos of the prototypes for Rager and Spray on the internet.[2]

In July 2011 preorders for Spray and Rager were opened.[3]


The Good Morning, Cybertron! podcast for October 25th, 2011 discussed prototype images of Rager, Spray and W-01 in the news.[4]

The [email protected] podcast for November 11th, 2011 selected Rager as one of the New Picture Picks.[5]

The [email protected] podcast for November 25th, 2011 selected a pictures of iGear's Spray and Rager and Maketoys Hover and Bomber as one of the New Picture Picks.[6]

In the TF Beyond podcast for November 6th, 2012 the 4th Anniversary Rager was covered as a topic.[7]

In the Fwooshcast podcast for November 30th, 2012 one of the hosts talked about the Rager he recently bought.[8]

Rager and Rager Anniversary Edition were featured in the 2013 toy reference book Transforming Collections by Philip Reed.[9]

Fictional biography

A fantastic construction engineer and could build pretty much anything he wanted too, but instead he'd rather complain about being in his situation. Too clever, too lonely, too short, too orange! He could have achieved anything in his time on his home planet but moaning was his primary habit and as such he accomplished very little. He once pulled a trailer for Faith Leader, and he still goes on about it 25 years later.


  • iGear Mini-Warrior MW-02 Rager (2011)
An original third-party Transformer mold created by iGear. Turns from robot to semi-truck. Comes with two guns and a collector card. This mold was recolored into Shafter, Tubes and Black Rager.
  • Reprolabels Labels for iG Rager (2012)
A set of labels intended to make Rager look more like Generaton 1 Huffer.[10]
  • iGear Mini-Warrior MW-02G Rager 4th Anniversary Edition (2012)
A recolor of Rager in colors closer to Generation 1 Huffer. This version of the toy comes in a special commemorative box.



  1. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KrUozfRdYUg
  2. http://www.tfw2005.com/transformers-news/3rd-party-unlicensed-41/igear-rager-and-spray-172373/?catid=searchresults&searchid=13052
  3. http://www.tfw2005.com/transformers-news/3rd-party-unlicensed-41/new-igear-products-available-for-preorder-172974/?catid=searchresults&searchid=13052
  4. blunghole (October 25th, 2011). "Good Morning, Cybertron!". https://www.facebook.com/pages/Good-Morning-Cybertron/147383341975239 (Podcast). blunghole. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DMrLdbBDmF0. 
  5. Vangelus (November 11th, 2011). "[email protected]". http://www.tfw2005.com/ (Podcast). TFW2005. http://www.tfw2005.com/boards/wtf-tfw-transformers-podcast/492209-wtf-tfw-173-november-11-2011-a.html. 
  6. Vangelus (November 25th, 2011). "[email protected]". http://www.tfw2005.com/ (Podcast). TFW2005. http://www.tfw2005.com/boards/wtf-tfw-transformers-podcast/498425-wtf-tfw-175-november-25-2011-a.html. 
  7. TJ Duckett (November 6th, 2012). "TF Beyond". http://kumastyledesigns.com (Podcast). Kuma Style Designs. http://kumastyledesigns.com/tf-beyond-toy-podcast-7-approx-127-min/. 
  8. Craig (November 30th, 2012). "Fwooshcast". http://fwooshcast.thefwoosh.com/ (Podcast). The Fwoosh. http://fwooshcast.thefwoosh.com/2012/11/episode-90-december-1st-news-acquisitions-and-discussions-oh-my/. 
  9. Reed, Philip (2013). Transforming Collections. ISBN 978-1-62620-496-6. 
  10. http://toyhax.com/standard-scale/1004-labels-for-ig-rager.html?search_query=Rager&results=2

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