Discussion in 'Transformers General Discussion' started by jazz_123, Dec 9, 2011.
Who is bigger Unicron or those aliens from the episode child's play?
I honestly can't figure that out. Maybe if Unicron were transported to that alien world from Child's Play and was shrunk to the size of a toy like the TFs in that episode were, then probably the aliens are larger, at least in their world.
Unicron is supposed to be the size of a planet. While I can't recall how big these other giants are, I'm quite sure they are not large enough that their own gravity would make them spherical.
This is a question of scale and as we all know, scale in Transformers is just an illusion.
id say unicron since he was a planet, and those aliens were on scale of a human to a TF toy. and remember galvatron was nothing more than a crumb in unicrons hand when he swallowed him.
I'd say Unicron but not on the same scale as with the Transformers. Unicron probably wouldn't want to go near those giant alien's planet. A Quintesson ship took out Unicron's eye. What would a missile from the alien's world do?
I think of Unicron being about the same size as Cybertron. And those aliens didn't appear, at least to me, to be around the size of Cybertron. I wonder if perhaps those aliens were Transformers. Maybe five of them together could combine to equal Unicron?
Unicron is the bigger party:
Unicron's much bigger
dude Unicron's eyes scare me
Unicron of course.
In the '86 movie a whole ship with TFs inside crashed through his eye and Galvatron was a speck between his thumb and forefinger. The aliens in 'Child's Play' were nowhere near that sort of size.
Wait, i was going to make a poll on this a while ago but watevr. did the transformers shrink, or were the aliens just huge?
Unicron, but not by much
It wouldn't do much damage since the only thing that can kill unicron is the matrix
Unicron is the size of the moon in the cartoon continuity.
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