Though that's not all to his Jungle Planet life. Overhaul was changed into Leobreaker, a lion based bot whom fit in among the Jungle Planet even more. You may notice his names don't exactly translate into each other. That's because Overhaul was originally planned to be Trailbreaker. Leo-Breaker, get it?
In an attractive red and black with light blue highlights, Warpath is easily my favorite version of the toy. Many of these off screen character types would pop up in movie themed
comics where the characters would get into even more adventures. I
personally really liked these comics. They weren't just more fiction in
the universe, but usually really good too! Part of the fun of the
first few movies was all the off screen characters. A mix of new molds
and repaints, the toy line was really fun (depending on where you keep
sticks on your body). It was so fun that it was easy to overlook the actual movie and focus solely on all the additional product and fiction.
These days the Overhaul mold doesn't get much attention (though Leobreaker's mold got used a million times), and that's a shame. It was a fun little toy that got reused in fun little ways. While I certainly enjoy things like Siege, it's hard not to back at times when Transformers was a little more inventive with it's lines. Something as simple as a repaint got a life of it's own, even if it was just in a few blurbs on the toys package, it was a good few blurbs!