Discussion in 'Transformers General Discussion' started by Venixion, Aug 8, 2019.
how about Scorponok ?
"Flesh and metal are mixing together in a manner unimagined by all but MEEEE!"
Yes, the G2 Marvel comic.
How canonical of you! But Caio's right, try Scorps.
Funny how, if the Transformers were humans instead of robotic beings, most or the reasons the movie would be a hard R post-07 was thanks to Prime and the Autobots.
Yikes! Thank goodness they are robots so they can get away with stuff like this.
Sideways bisection... I don't even want to imagine it happening to a human and the same thing happened to Cliffjumper as well...
There's some gruesome Autobot death like Jazz, Ironhide and Que if it were to happen to a human.
My wallet when hasbro makes new TFP figures:
I always forget that the Jumpstarters are 1985 characters. I generally associate them with the later spate of Cybertronian vehicle modes in the toyline, but they also just didn't have a presence in the cartoon to make me associate them with the 1985 'bots and 'cons. I have the same sort of deal with Roadbuster and Whirl, they distinctly feel like 1986 characters to me.
I'd really like to spray paint dip a Transformer. If I had a random figure I'd just dunk it in a bucket of marbled spray paint. But I wouldn't want to ruin a figure that someone else could actually have.
credit to @UnethicalVoxel
Marvel comics OP's cybertronaian form looks vaguely like a 1979 international transtar
Can’t wait to see the scene where Bumbleboy de-spines a cat.
Well I’m too young to be a boomer, guess I’m a twink?
You could try Flatline, from the movie comics.
Well... Bayformers look cool. But only all three parts. Others look very... Let's say they have a lot of illogical things.
RED cheetor is technically the netflix version.
wishing IDW 1 had firestar join the lost light instead of velocity so my nautica/firestar headcanon ship felt a bit closer to reality.
Is there an actual origin for the Junkions?
If there isn't, I like to think that they were robotic beings that were sold by the Quintessons to a warring planet that was stuck in either in a civil war or against foreign enemies.
They clashed against each other for years ravaging the planet of their masters until one day the war caused the planet to be uninhabitable. The master of the Junkions either left the planet or died off leaving the Junkions on that planet who still fought against each other long after the war mattered anymore.
But this barbaric war against each other would slowly dwindle and relegated to little more than a fun brawl with the absence of a master ordering them around.
Once they stopped fighting against one another they slowly rebuilt the planet they are on but the war prove to be so devastating that they couldn't fix it fully.
Then one day, somehow a radio wave that came from Earth reached the planet and they found this intriguing. The Junkions would parrot whatever they hear from these radio wave and it became a past time to repeat what they hear to make everyday on Junkion a little bit lively as they rebuilt their worlds and themselves.
I was reading through some stuff on the Aligned continuity, and there's been one thing that's been irking me a bit.
I really dislike the idea that the Fallen's original name was Megatronus, and I also think that we shouldn't even know what the Fallen's original name was. His name was stricken from history for his crimes, so the characters in the story shouldn't know his name, but I also think that we shouldn't know his name either. Also, the name Megatronus is a really stupid name. Like, it's just a poorly Latinized version of Megatron. I don't like how Megatron basically just took his name from someone else and shortened it a bit; I dunno, it's kinda dumb to me.
So yeah, Megatronus is dumb.
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