tentagil wrote:Actually if I remember correctly in the comics it wasn't so much that Cybertron was the body of Primus, more that Primus lived at its core. In the comic he's a being of energy with no physical form, and the closest to a physical form we ever saw was his astral form which looked a bit like a golden Rodimus Prime.
He shows up again as an energy being in Energon, and then as the Transformer god in Cybertron with the planet being his body.
Nope, in the original G1 comics, Primus and Unicron were primordial gods, battling across the multiverse. In a last ditch attempt to defeat Unicron, Primus tricked him by leading him into one of two planetoids, imprisoning himself in the other. In time, he learned to manipulate his new ?body? but could not transform. Instead, he remade his ?body? into the planet Cybertron, and he created the transformers distilling a piece of his spirit?his very essence?to make the Matrix. Meanwhile, Unicron learned to transform his own new body into a copy of his original form, allowing him to transform from planet mode to a colossal robot. However, in both cases, the planets became the bodies of each god. In fact, in the issue titled Primal Scream
we actually see the physical face of Primus in the core of Cybertron.