Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by Tony_Bacala, Mar 4, 2019.
Feast your optics on these amazing images
And you're factually wrong about that. Shockwave's super-mode is fantastic and the closest thing to an original idea in all of Stege.
If you’re gonna do a Megatron gallery, note that Soundwave’s back gun — aside from the mandatory “Voyager weapons combine” gimmick — appears to be there specifically to give Siege Megatron his back/shoulder turret.
Can you elaborate on that?
Oh but shockwave. He is legendary. Except a bit bland with the purple. If they made an Energon Sixshot from it I would so be down.
I really love this Shockwave. Just minus all the extra bits.
So, can this Shockwave hold CW Shockwave in gun mode?
These pictures are completely logical.
No, but if you use the four arms like a human arm you might be able to
That stinks. They'd go well together, both being spaceships.
Hasbro needs these kinds of photos, to be official!
Mine holds him fine, no mods no stress.
See that barrel on Megatron’s back?
Okay, now straighten out Soundwave’s gun:
And plug it into Megatron’s right-hand backpack peg:
The colors match and it pokes over. I saw some Youtuber do it (I forget who). It looks too similar not to be intentional and I’ve seen too many people question why Soundwave even has it for it to be a coincidence.
Of course, Soundwave has an extra weapon because ALL Voyagers have combining weapons but I think it was modeled to give Megatron an extra display option for purists.
I’m trying to resist the urge to buy Shockwave, as he’s quite pricey where I live...buuuuut....
If ever i plunk down enough on an extra, he\'s getting a new head and repaint as the senator.
OOH! Or a repaint/mod of his armor to be the weak ass version of onyx prime.
Yeah it should work fine.
OH NO! They forgot to flip out the fins!!!
I blame it on the person who designed the instructions!!!
Is it that important?
It’s like a warship not turning on its radar systems in a battlefield. Or a passenger plane not turning on comms systems.
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