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Better images of DOTM Shockwave

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Better images of DOTM Shockwave

Postby Sabrblade » Thu Jan 27, 2011 12:17 am

Can't get enough of the last images we saw of Dark of the Moon Shockwave? You're in luck, because several brand new images of DOTM Shockwave have shown up once again on ACToys.net.

This time, we see several shots of his Robot And Vehicle modes from all sides and angles (except the bottom). These images show how his cannon is placed on his arm and how he has a flexible tube running from it to his back torso.
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See all these images here.

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Re: Better images of DOTM Shockwave

Postby AmyBlue » Thu Jan 27, 2011 8:58 am

Meh. Sorries.
I just don't particularly care for the movie design astethic. I mean, if someone sent me that picture in the mail with no context I'd say, huh... that robot kinda-sorta looks like Shockwave, rather than:: Zomg, it's totally Shockwave. I very much prefer the WfC model of the character. It's updated, detailed, and instantly and totally recognizable as such. : )

Okays, rant over xD
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Re: Better images of DOTM Shockwave

Postby perceptor » Thu Jan 27, 2011 8:51 pm

wowza, I think that shockwave figure looks fantastic! Purple, 1-eye! A movie-verse homage to the original! YEAH!!!!! More please!
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Re: Better images of DOTM Shockwave

Postby grayfoxx13 » Thu Jan 27, 2011 9:54 pm

To me he just looks like megatron with a different head.
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Re: Better images of DOTM Shockwave

Postby Sabrblade » Thu Jan 27, 2011 11:39 pm

perceptor wrote:wowza, I think that shockwave figure looks fantastic! Purple, 1-eye! A movie-verse homage to the original! YEAH!!!!! More please!
All we need now is David Warner to voice him and we got ourselves a winner!

(Corey Burton doesn't wanna voice him this time.)
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