Kremzeek is a character introduced in The Transformers television series.
Kremzeek immediately began making the electrical equipment aboard the ship malfunction, giving Megatron the idea to use him as a weapon against the Autobots. Kremzeek succeeded in damaging most of the Autobots (leaving only Inferno, Optimus Prime, Omega Supreme, Blaster and Bumblebee functional) before entering Teletraan I and traveling to Japan. The remaining Autobots followed in Omega Supreme, after being made invulnerable to Kremzeek's effects by Sparkplug's (patent pending) Magical Insulating Spray. Kremzeek was on the rampage in Japan when Blaster managed to capture the creature in his chest compartment. Deciding to "fry him with my own juice," Blaster soon discovered that this wasn't a capital idea. Soon there were multitudes of the buggers.
Optimus finally came up with a plan (with the help of some[Chip Chase) and trapped all of the Kremzeeks inside a radio tower, but they merged into a giant monster Kremzeek better suited for menacing Tokyo. Optimus ordered the radio tower transmitter to be activated, sending the creature into Megatron's Weapon of the Week, consuming all its energy while the Decepticons escaped. The energy dispersed, and Kremzeek was destroyed.
After its demise, Bumblebee reflected that he kinda missed the little creep (famous last words). Suddenly, a solitary Kremzeek emerged from Blaster, and the hilarious pursuit antics restarted.
Notes & Trivia
- Kremzeek was the subject of the Botcon 2004 script reading The Return of Kremzeek.
- In Movie Adaptation Issue Number One and Movie Adaptation Issue Number Three. Samuel Witwicky is shown to have a desk lamp with a light-up figure based on Kremzeek.
- In The Reign of Starscream Issue Number Three, the floors of Megatron's home on Cybertron feature Kremzeek-shaped images.
- In The Reign of Starscream Issue Number Four, Starscream is seen holding a Kremzeek energy drink while aboard the ship
- In the Transformers: Animated episode Sound and Fury, Kremzeek appears on the "please stand by" screen of the local television news station when their feed is interrupted.