Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by TM2 D-bot, May 18, 2009.
I like the design of this Ravage. Looks very menacing, and could definitely see him terrorizing some annoying humans. So what is his alt mode?
Cool...but eh, Peaugh's review revealed that the lateral freedom of movement of his ball joints was a bit limited, wasn't it ?
Can't wait for the release.
Ravage looks cool and all but would it have hurt them to give him 2 eyes. Oh and does anybody know the connection between he and Soundwave in the movie.
Back to The Matrix movies, you!!!
i think i could get into the design if it wasn't for the cyclops thing, it just looks dumb to me ~ that on top of the generic sci-fi cat-dog design, he looks like a left over from any number of recent sci-fi video games or movies ~ he really doesn't even look aesthetically consistent with most of the other moviebots...
Its a "reentry" mode. Check the feedback forum. Peaugh has a lot of pics
for me he is a must get
His alt mode is a re-entry thing, isn't it?
This guy look impressively awesome! Can't wait.
looks like ZOIDS....but awesome, won't miss up him...
hes such a great looking figure. him and sideswipe will be my only movie purchases.
He transforms into a planetary entry vehicle, like protform Prime and Starscream, except with more sexy.
Soundwave's missile is black, with organic etched designs, and teeth. Obviously Ravages first mode before he uses his entry vehicle mode.
That sounds cool. I wonder if Soundwave and Ravage will have an earth mode or is this Ravage's earth mode.
muussttt get RAVAGE!!
Which, for a quadruped like this, is a good thing to me. It means he'll stand easier and not just splay his legs out to the sides like he wants to fly.
Definite buy, looks great!
I'm a full supporter of the cyclopian Ravage because it's a logical design decision.
Based on the shape of the head, having an eye on each side would interfere with his field of view because it would not be true binocular vision. This would be a hinderence to his speed and agility.
Having monocular vision enables him to see what's in front of him, allowing him to be swift and direct, though his peripheral vision will be limited.
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