I was surprised to learn that the Deluxe Unicron toy from the Cybertron line actually appeared in fiction, and that (like the toy) he was tiny. (Well, tiny in comparison to his usual planet devouring scale...) But even though he was the relative size of a "standard" Transformer, was he portrayed as any less powerful? I would think that given his nature as a multiversal singularity, his power would remain constant across his various incarnations reguardless of the form he takes... Also, how do you guys feel about the idea of Unicron as less than planet-sized? For me, the idea of Unicron taking a form that's the same size (or perhaps only slightly larger) than most Transformers opens up a great deal of story potential. I mean, you have to admit that it would be hard (if not impossible) to portray a character that's the size of a planet (or large moon at minimal) interacting with characters that are relatively "human sized". If they attempted to use Unicron in the movie-verse for example (and no, I don't consider that comic appearance to be canon), I'm certain that using a character that's around Devastator's size (or only slightly larger at most) would be MUCH easier than trying to have a character as big as a planet. Could you accept a Unicron that's more "Star Destroyer" than "Death Star"?