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Int he movies, starscream appears to be a loyal suck-up... But does anyone remember the scene where Megatron's being shot at from all sides? I don't remember it perfectly, but I remember F22's shooting at him... were any of them flying below buildings? Remember, F22 pilots would never fly below buildings, as Epps pointed out, so maybe Starscream was amongst those F22s firing at Megatron!
Maybe. Some do think that he was.
The between-movie comics further expand upon Starscream's character outside the movies, showing him to be just as treacherous and ambitious as his non-movie counterparts. Why he even got a whole story arc to himself between Movie 1 and ROTF, titled "The Reign of Starscream", in which he took command and made no efforts at bringing back Megatron.
And, even before Movie 1's events, his coming to Earth was mostly the look for the AllSpark, whilst the other Decepticons were more interested in looking for both Megatron and the AllSpark (Blackout especially, since he's like the Movieverse version of Beast Wars Inferno and Animated Lugnut, ever loyally idolizing Megatron).
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