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13 comments posted
Best Megatron ever?

I like it. I've never seen a transforming Megatron that looked as killer as the cartoon version. Thus, I've never been interested in Megatron. This figure changes all that.

Anyway, transforming into a gun that shrinks down to be held by Starscream isn't the coolest. I'd never transform if that was all I could do, especially when my scope/arm-cannon is plenty powerful. amiright?!

"And I'll form the head!"

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Posted by Gigamach on 25 April, 2007 - 14:28
I think I still like the

I think I still like the classic G1 Megatron better, for purely nostalgic reasons.

I was going to share a story here... but I will wait until I get a G1 to tell it...

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Posted by JoshB on 25 April, 2007 - 15:41
Looks really awesome. Yeah,

Looks really awesome. Yeah, MP Megatron is an engineering marvel, but this is loaded with comic style goodness.

Nice review, as always! :-)

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Posted by REX-203 on 25 April, 2007 - 20:31

I have 20 of the Revoltech series figures, and Pat Lee's Megatron was my favorite until Saber arrived at my door. Still, he's incredibly put together.

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Posted by Defender of the... on 19 May, 2007 - 14:15
Figure repair?

I got a Revoltech Megatron figure and really liked it. I'd still like it, but it broke. After falling off the 2nd shelf of my computer desk onto the 1st shelf (a fall of about 13 inches) the plastic plug that joins the left leg into the hip broke off. Normally, the arms/legs etc that have such joints can be pulled loose harmlessly (more or less) out of the socket and put back in. But in this case, the plug that connects to the joint snapped, leaving the very end of the plug imbedded in the left leg socket of the hip while the rest is still connected to the ball socket.

I've been going nuts trying to find a site that specializes in Revoltech figure repair, but I haven't found anything yet. Has anyone encountered this problem with a revoltech figure before? Is there anywhere that specializing in Revoltech figure repair of this nature, or is Epoxy really the only option?

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Posted by Slyrr on 29 May, 2007 - 23:58
So glad I finally bought this.

There was one point in time at which I said I would probably never pick up the Revoltech Megatron. But I got it in the mail yesterday (along with the Ingram 1 movie version) and I've hardly been able to put this thing down. I've always loved Transformers, the metallic paint, as stated above, is wonderful to look it's the first figure I've owned that actually has Revolver-joint hips (such a relief!), and that's special to me, ha.

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Posted by Gareth Infinity on 3 May, 2008 - 09:33
I just decided

I'm so getting this one!

p.s. I have my "convoy" (Optimus Prime) now and I love it!

If You Want Me, I'll Be here. I'll Be dreamin My Dreams With You...

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Posted by PerV on 31 May, 2008 - 13:47


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Posted by dmaa88 on 12 January, 2009 - 23:54
Megatron Doesn't have to Transform!!

This Revoltech Megatron is perfect to pose with my Takara Robot masters Convoy.... about the same size. Plus Robot Masters doesn't have a decent megatron.... And Megatron Doesn't have to transform!!

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Posted by killallarab on 19 January, 2009 - 02:09
Non-Transforming Transformers?

I think the idea that a Transformer that does not transform is acceptable is kind of ludicrous. The one feature that defines a Transformer is that it transforms.


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Posted by Destroy All Pod... on 19 January, 2009 - 04:51
Oh really?

"And Megatron Doesn't have to transform!!"

Oh really? If the mighty Destron/Decepticon Leader doesn't have to transform, then what good are your TF collection worth to your time and effort if you dismiss the contextual nature of this iconic villain?

Has this postmodern hyper-culture made you forget why amazing robots like Megatron are literally called 'THE TRANSFORMERS' in the first place?

That toy is dynamically poseable I agree, but an 'action master' will always an 'action master'.



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Posted by Rodimus78 on 19 January, 2009 - 05:30
About Revoltech Megatron

If this guy were campaigning to have ALL Transformers toys be non-transforming, that would be ludicrous and horrible.

But I don't think he's suggesting anything like that. I think he's just enjoying a figure. Is that alright?

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Posted by Gareth Infinity on 19 January, 2009 - 23:38
The Answer To Your Question Is...

"I think he's just enjoying a figure. Is that alright?"

The answer to your question is YES

If he enjoys the toy, then it's his free will to do so.

After all...freedom is the right of all sentient beings.

If my answer to your question were NO,

Then that would've been ludicrous and horrible.

I do desire peace & flying on Earth, but not through tyranny.


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Posted by Rodimus78 on 20 January, 2009 - 01:46