The many heads of Smokescreen

All the various interpretations of Smokescreen's heads in Hasbro's and Takara's toylines, the G1 cartoon and comic books by Marvel, Dreamwave and 3H
Notes: Toy-wise, I only count heads that were designed with the intention to make the toy a new version of the "Smokescreen" character from the get-go, thereby excluding repaints of other toys that just happened to be named "Smokescreen" (e.g. Cybertron Smokescreen, whose head is supposed to be an homage to G1 Action Master Rad), as well as toys that were simply tacked on with the "Smokescreen" name (e.g. G2 Smokescreen or Armada Smokescreen).



Takara's patent for the original G1 Bluestreak toy (which shares its head sculpt as well as most of the rest of its mold with the original G1 Smokescreen toy) designed by Kouzin Ohno, taken from the European Patent Office website.
The original G1 Smokescreen toy from 1985.
The box artwork for the original 1985 G1 Smokescreen toy.
Smokescreen as he looked in the G1 cartoon, taken from the season 2 episode "The Gambler".
Marvel's The Transformers Universe profile for Smokescreen.
Prowl as drawn by Don Perlin for Marvel USA's Transformers #14.
Smokescreen as drawn by Geoff Senior for Marvel UK's Transformers #147, this time directly incorporating the cannons on the sides of the head into the head design.
Smokescreen from the cover of Marvel UK's Transformers #149. Again, the cannons on the sides of the head are directly incorporated into the head design.
Smokescreen as drawn by Dan Reed for Marvel UK's Transformers #149.
Smokescreen as drawn in the Japanese G1 manga featured inside TV Magazine.
The Smokescreen decoy from 1986.
Smokescreen as drawn by Pat Lee for Dreamwave's Transformers: Generation 1 (vol. 2) #4.
Dreamwave's Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye profile for Smokescreen.
Smokescreen as drawn by Dan Khanna for 3H Enterprises' Transformers: Universe #1. Very toy-accurate.
The 2002 Takara Smokescreen reissue, also used for the 2003 Hasbro reissue. The effects of mold degradation in combination with the use of an inferior, more glossy plastic type as compared to the original G1 toy present on the Streak/Silverstreak and Prowl reissues can also be noticed on Smokescreen's head.
The box artwork for the 2002 Takara Smokescreen reissue, drawn by Hirofumi Ichikawa. Also used for the 2003 Hasbro reissue. Again drawn very toy-accurate.
Control drawing for the Binaltech/Alternators Smokescreen toy, shown in the Japanese The Transformers Binaltech & TF Collection Complete Guide book and the "system description" from the instruction booklet of the Binaltech Smokescreen toy.
Blueprint for the head sculpt of the Binaltech/Alternators Smokescreen toy, shown in the Japanese The Transformers Binaltech & TF Collection Complete Guide book.
The Binaltech/Alternators Smokescreen toy, also used for the Binaltech "Smokescreen GT" remold. Influences of the cartoon model are undeniable.
The box artwork for the Alternators Smokescreen toy, drawn by Pat Lee. Also used for the Binaltech version's character card.
The character card artwork for the Binaltech Smokescreen GT toy, drawn by Hidetsugu Yoshioka.
The Titanium Robot Masters Smokescreen figure, based on the Alternators toy.