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Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron

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Tuesday, May 13th, 2014 2:01PM CDT

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Thanks to fellow Seibertron.com user Fires_Of_Inferno we get to look at a new Baltmatrix video review, and this time, it's Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager class Galvatron! This appears to be, for now, a new take on the characters, whose alt-mode is a flat-nosed silver Freightliner Argosy - check it out below.

Credit(s): Baltmatrix
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Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573597)
Posted by GuyIncognito on May 13th, 2014 @ 2:11pm CDT
Galvatron's alt mode is sweet. Shame that he's just a shellformer. :( When you look at the bot mode (from the front), there are no elements of the alt mode visible.
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573598)
Posted by RAcast on May 13th, 2014 @ 2:17pm CDT
GuyIncognito wrote:Galvatron's alt mode is sweet. Shame that he's just a shellformer. :( When you look at the bot mode (from the front), there are no elements of the alt mode visible.

That seems to be the 'thing' with this line. No altmode parts visible in the robot mode.

It's awful.
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573604)
Posted by Megatron Wolf on May 13th, 2014 @ 2:31pm CDT
LOL i just realized grimlock has dog ears, grimlock good little puppy. But anyway who decides where the chrome goes on these guys? the shoulders on prime look stupid & the hands are just a very bad idea cause its going to flake off from the gun being inserted repeatedly. The chrome does make these look better but still doesnt justify the price, id still rather just wait for a clearance to pick up prime & paint him my self. Thats if these ever show in my area, stopped by a few stores today to kill time & look for a charger for my phone & no one had any AoE stuff not eve a place for them. The walmarts are the only stores that have anything but its only leaders & the quick change guys. It pisses me off that the store still dont stock things cause it means ill never see any generations but im also glad cause hasbro wont be making any money in this area. Also didnt find the charger i need either
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573605)
Posted by william-james88 on May 13th, 2014 @ 2:35pm CDT
RAcast wrote:
GuyIncognito wrote:Galvatron's alt mode is sweet. Shame that he's just a shellformer. :( When you look at the bot mode (from the front), there are no elements of the alt mode visible.

That seems to be the 'thing' with this line. No altmode parts visible in the robot mode.

It's awful.


So I am the only one who notices his giant alt mode backpack? And I have seen shots of the figure from the front and those alt mode panels are very visible.
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573606)
Posted by Sabrblade on May 13th, 2014 @ 2:39pm CDT
william-james88 wrote:
RAcast wrote:
GuyIncognito wrote:Galvatron's alt mode is sweet. Shame that he's just a shellformer. :( When you look at the bot mode (from the front), there are no elements of the alt mode visible.

That seems to be the 'thing' with this line. No altmode parts visible in the robot mode.

It's awful.


So I am the only one who notices his giant alt mode backpack? And I have seen shots of the figure from the front and those alt mode panels are very visible.
They mean in the robot mode's design are there no vehicle parts visible. Little-to-nothing from the truck actually integrates into his body in robot mode, resulting in the outlandish backpack of truck kibble. The backpack isn't part of his robot mode body design, hence all the talk of the truck parts not being part of his robot mode body.
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573607)
Posted by Nemesis Destron on May 13th, 2014 @ 2:41pm CDT
Megatron Wolf wrote:LOL i just realized grimlock has dog ears, grimlock good little puppy.


I just noticed that myself for the first time and they just don't look right! 8-}

That Galvatron is just hot garbage in bot mode. :SICK: I hope Takara can salvage this hot mess and give more impressive paint apps or a G1 version. The alt-mode I think is far more impressive and though it is a shell-former kinda it all seems to collapse quite nicely IMO. :VEHI:
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573608)
Posted by Sabrblade on May 13th, 2014 @ 2:42pm CDT
Nemesis Destron wrote:
Megatron Wolf wrote:LOL i just realized grimlock has dog ears, grimlock good little puppy.


I just noticed that myself for the first time and they just don't look right! 8-}
Devil horns, not ears.
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573609)
Posted by ILL-Star on May 13th, 2014 @ 2:48pm CDT
That backpack really is nothing to fuss about. I'd rather have all the kibble on the back allowing the robot to be as screen accurate as possible over having it anywhere else. Galvatron appears to have a pretty well executed design. The only thing I'm a little bothered with is where the knees bend. Other than that though, I'm really looking forward to him. However, I may wait till Botcon reveals to see if there is a more attractive deco being released. I can see this figure having several different versions down the line or being packed with something good.
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573610)
Posted by GuyIncognito on May 13th, 2014 @ 2:52pm CDT
RAcast wrote:
GuyIncognito wrote:Galvatron's alt mode is sweet. Shame that he's just a shellformer. :( When you look at the bot mode (from the front), there are no elements of the alt mode visible.

That seems to be the 'thing' with this line. No altmode parts visible in the robot mode.

It's awful.


That doesn't seem to be the "thing" with Evasion Mode OP, or Crosshairs, or Drift, or BB, or Hound, or any of the Dinobots. It's really just Galvatron and the Leader-class OPs.
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573611)
Posted by Optimizzy on May 13th, 2014 @ 2:58pm CDT
Yes, this is a shellformer, but it's like the best shellformer ever. And the complaints about no kibble? really?

The robot mode seems a little action figurey but then again, isn't that the point?

I don't see any reason why this can't be considered a decent toy.
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573615)
Posted by STngAR on May 13th, 2014 @ 3:04pm CDT
Wow, simplifying these toys is really killing them for me

:MAXIMAL:
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573616)
Posted by Diem on May 13th, 2014 @ 3:04pm CDT
Optimizzy wrote:Yes, this is a shellformer, but it's like the best shellformer ever. And the complaints about no kibble? really?

The robot mode seems a little action figurey but then again, isn't that the point?

I don't see any reason why this can't be considered a decent toy.


I can't speak for anyone else but the big concern for me is how little each mode actually transforms into the other. What we have is not quite an action figure, not quite a Transformer, and not quite the sum of its parts.
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573617)
Posted by Sabrblade on May 13th, 2014 @ 3:08pm CDT
Prime RID Deluxe Vehicon is a fine example of how a figure can have a coherent robot mode design with little-to-no traces of altmode elements or kibble in it anywhere and still transform excellently into a just as coherent altmode design.

Leader OP and Voyager Galvatron? No so much.
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573620)
Posted by SentinelA on May 13th, 2014 @ 3:28pm CDT
Going for this Optimus Prime over the Evasion Mode one.
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573622)
Posted by KirbyForce1 on May 13th, 2014 @ 3:34pm CDT
Ratchet joints! :D
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573624)
Posted by Delta Magnus on May 13th, 2014 @ 3:37pm CDT
That chrome looks really nice. Shame about the dull grey on the things and stuff, but nothing a bit of paint won't fix.

Also, for all this talk about how Hasbro needs to "aim for collectors" if you're having that much trouble with the chrome flaking you're obviously being much too rough with it.
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573627)
Posted by Va'al on May 13th, 2014 @ 3:41pm CDT
After the Voyager Galvatron review, here's a very quick look at the other Voyager figure from the Transformers: Age of Extinction first wave, courtesy of YouTube reviewer Peaugh's Twitter feed: Autobot Hound! Check out the robot mode in the images below, and the actually amazingly combining and storing weapons.

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Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573630)
Posted by KirbyForce1 on May 13th, 2014 @ 3:48pm CDT
Wish he was fatter.
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573633)
Posted by Siger on May 13th, 2014 @ 3:56pm CDT
Might as well buy Hound only for all those cool weapons. The arms are horrible looking. Something like Stretch Armstrong and an accordion had a baby Hound. :roll:
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573634)
Posted by Delta Magnus on May 13th, 2014 @ 3:56pm CDT
Oh mygod Hound looks absolutely boss. I need this guy.
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573635)
Posted by DoctorOblivian on May 13th, 2014 @ 3:59pm CDT
so, ill be needing like 2 of this guy as well as every freaking repaint that comes out of him... heres hoping for a generations repaint, like an Ironhide or something with a new head. GOD this figure looks friggin amazing.
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573636)
Posted by william-james88 on May 13th, 2014 @ 4:01pm CDT
DoctorOblivian wrote:so, ill be needing like 2 of this guy as well as every freaking repaint that comes out of him... heres hoping for a generations repaint, like an Ironhide or something with a new head. GOD this figure looks friggin amazing.



Defiantely my favourite voyager of this lot so far. I love weapon storage in robot mode (like generations drift). This is a pretty kickass figure.
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573638)
Posted by Siger on May 13th, 2014 @ 4:10pm CDT
KirbyForce1 wrote:Wish he was fatter.

You mean wish he was more beefcake? I'm sure you don't want to see a huge beer gut and rolls of fat on this guy like 36% of Americans. :lol:
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573640)
Posted by craggy on May 13th, 2014 @ 4:12pm CDT
http://youtu.be/4dMlC94cB1A

Baltmatrix Hound review
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573642)
Posted by Va'al on May 13th, 2014 @ 4:22pm CDT
And it wasn't long until we got a video review for Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager class Autobot Hound too, once again from YouTube reviewer Baltmatrix, and thanks to Seibertron.com user craggy for the pointer! Check out the video embedded below, the images we posted earlier, and let us know what you think in the Energon Pub.

Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573645)
Posted by ILL-Star on May 13th, 2014 @ 4:28pm CDT
Great to see that Hound is really good. I've been looking forward to getting him more than the other voyagers. All of those weapons are an absolute plus and it doesn't look like they take away from the size of the figure either. Hopefully I can see some comparison images for height soon.
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573646)
Posted by KirbyForce1 on May 13th, 2014 @ 4:29pm CDT
Siger wrote:
KirbyForce1 wrote:Wish he was fatter.

You mean wish he was more beefcake? I'm sure you don't want to see a huge beer gut and rolls of fat on this guy like 36% of Americans. :lol:

I do actually, because that's how he looks in the movie.
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573648)
Posted by craggy on May 13th, 2014 @ 4:30pm CDT
I'll be all over that Bulkhead Hound when I see it in shops. I like it so much I'm tempted to order online. The alt mode is decent, the transformation is pretty nice (the best I've seen from AOE yet, and nicer than a lot of Generations too) and the bot mode is equal parts chunky and funky. The pics of the weapons sold me on buying the thing, even if it was poop, just for the guns, but seeing the bot in more detail has me really excited for him. Not too keen on the rubber arms or head, hopefully they'll hold up, or if they don't maybe we can get replacements from somewhere (or maybe something to make him a different character? I'd love a Bulkhead head) but the rest of the toy is golden.

Haven't been too excited about this movie line apart from the Dinos and a few of the old repaints, but this is one I'll be keeping my eyes peeled for. Possibly best of the line?
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573651)
Posted by Diem on May 13th, 2014 @ 4:34pm CDT
So for anyone who has Deluxe Crosshairs, where THE HELL are his rubber flaps meant to go in car mode? The instructions suggest that they should go behind his body but they get smooshed when you try to fold his shoulders in.
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573652)
Posted by Wageboo on May 13th, 2014 @ 4:36pm CDT
"A weapon packed john goodman"
Ironically, John Goodman's his voice actor.
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573653)
Posted by craggy on May 13th, 2014 @ 4:38pm CDT
Wageboo wrote:"A weapon packed john goodman"
Ironically, John Goodman's his voice actor.

Probably not ironically.
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573662)
Posted by MightyMagnus78 on May 13th, 2014 @ 4:58pm CDT
Hound looks awesome, but holy moly those hands! :shock:

Galvy's a shellformer, however the engineer is ingenious and much better than those two leader class Prime's.
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573664)
Posted by Va'al on May 13th, 2014 @ 5:00pm CDT
craggy wrote:I'll be all over that Bulkhead Hound when I see it in shops. I like it so much I'm tempted to order online. The alt mode is decent, the transformation is pretty nice (the best I've seen from AOE yet, and nicer than a lot of Generations too) and the bot mode is equal parts chunky and funky. The pics of the weapons sold me on buying the thing, even if it was poop, just for the guns, but seeing the bot in more detail has me really excited for him. Not too keen on the rubber arms or head, hopefully they'll hold up, or if they don't maybe we can get replacements from somewhere (or maybe something to make him a different character? I'd love a Bulkhead head) but the rest of the toy is golden.

Haven't been too excited about this movie line apart from the Dinos and a few of the old repaints, but this is one I'll be keeping my eyes peeled for. Possibly best of the line?


I have to agree, that is an ingenious simplified transformation. Virtually no kibble in either mode (though you can see the legs in vehicle mode), the chest is amazing, SO MANY WEAPONS, the aesthetics would make it fit in with Generations, potentially, it.. works. For me, at least. :D
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573666)
Posted by OptimalOptimus2 on May 13th, 2014 @ 5:10pm CDT
I wonder why Hound's knife doesn't have a place for storage in vehicle mode. I'm just going to assume that it's laziness. #-o
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573681)
Posted by -Kanrabat- on May 13th, 2014 @ 6:09pm CDT
Just saw the Galvatron video review. Sure, it
But.

The engeneering is BRILLIANT! It the first time a shelformer impress me that much. Also, MODDA FAWKING FLAT NOSE TRUCK! I was really disapointed that there were no truck duel in DOTM between Optimus and Megs. This time, let
I dunno if I
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As for hound... I think I will not be able to wait until the thing come out in stores. I WANT IT RIGHT NAO!
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573692)
Posted by Diem on May 13th, 2014 @ 7:24pm CDT
I'm digging that Hound. A good example of how a transformation can be simple but good at the same time. Excellent array of weapons too. Shame about the Duck Dynasty head, but what you gonna do? I already ordered this guy from HTS.

I just got Crosshairs, Slug and Scorn in the mail (ordered them Sunday night, Amazon is VERY quick when you live in L.A.). Crosshairs has a frustrating transformation due to his stupid rubber flaps but it's nice that he comes with three guns and appropriate stowing spaces, his car mode is very pretty, and his robot mode is decent enough.

Slug and Scorn are both great. I dig that the medieval appearance on their robot modes makes them look distinctive and different, but not obnoxiously so. Their dino modes are great too, very fearsome and organic.
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573696)
Posted by Rodimus Prime on May 13th, 2014 @ 7:37pm CDT
I may also wait for Takara's version of Galvatron, if there will be one. Even if I buy it, I'll probably keep it in truck mode. The robot mode doesn't impress me, but that truck mode is boss.
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573700)
Posted by dragons on May 13th, 2014 @ 7:43pm CDT
-Kanrabat- wrote:Just saw the Galvatron video review. Sure, it
But.

The engeneering is BRILLIANT! It the first time a shelformer impress me that much. Also, MODDA FAWKING FLAT NOSE TRUCK! I was really disapointed that there were no truck duel in DOTM between Optimus and Megs. This time, let
I dunno if I
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As for hound... I think I will not be able to wait until the thing come out in stores. I WANT IT RIGHT NAO!


what he said who cares if there shellformers or not as long they look good in both modes that's what we want that's what we got bots that are shellformers look good in both modes isn't that point begin with shellformers or not
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573702)
Posted by Siger on May 13th, 2014 @ 7:50pm CDT
KirbyForce1 wrote:
Siger wrote:
KirbyForce1 wrote:Wish he was fatter.

You mean wish he was more beefcake? I'm sure you don't want to see a huge beer gut and rolls of fat on this guy like 36% of Americans. :lol:

I do actually, because that's how he looks in the movie.

Oh, my mistake then. I didn't see him in the trailer. Didn't know he's an obese-bot. :P
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573705)
Posted by Shockwave7 on May 13th, 2014 @ 8:02pm CDT
Why are they making Mega/Galvatron suffer from 'Truck Envy' in these last couple of movies? If Megs thought that a semi truck was somehow more battle-grade than a cybertronian jet or tank, then DoTM ought to have taught him better. He was a semi truck in DoTM - just like Optimus. But his 'fight' with Optimus (when they FINALLY got around to it) was only about ten seconds, with Optimus easily ripping Megatron to shreds using only one arm.

Clearly having a semi-truck alt mode is no guarantee of power and toughness, at least not in the Bayverse.

All in all, I've been extremely let down by Bay's treatment of the Decepticon bosses in ALL of his Tformer movies to date.
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573706)
Posted by -Kanrabat- on May 13th, 2014 @ 8:13pm CDT
Shockwave7 wrote:Why are they making Mega/Galvatron suffer from 'Truck Envy' in these last couple of movies? If Megs thought that a semi truck was somehow more battle-grade than a cybertronian jet or tank, then DoTM ought to have taught him better. He was a semi truck in DoTM - just like Optimus. But his 'fight' with Optimus (when they FINALLY got around to it) was only about ten seconds, with Optimus easily ripping Megatron to shreds using only one arm.

Clearly having a semi-truck alt mode is no guarantee of power and toughness, at least not in the Bayverse.

All in all, I've been extremely let down by Bay's treatment of the Decepticon bosses in ALL of his Tformer movies to date.


Yeah, the extremely cool truck mode of Megatron in DotM was COMPLETELY WASTED.
This is what I expected from DotM:

>Optimus is in truck mode. He carry precious humains and/or the McGuffin Device.
>Out of nowhere, Optimus is rammed from the rear!
>Humain check the side-way mirror and see a very, VERY menacing looking truck gaining on them and about to ram again!
>Some epic truck chase ensue, with lots of stuff crashing/exploding everywhere.
>IMPASSE!
>Optimus stop, the humans exit the vehicle, and Optimus transform to face the threat.
>The evil looking truck speed up, and as it ram Optimus, TRANSFORM INTO HIS ARCH-NEMESIS, MEGATRON!
>The battle go on, but this time, between the robot titants.


Y U NO LET ME SEE THAT IN DOTM, BAY? :michaelbay:

Hopefully, the fact that Galvy change into a truck in AoE, it will make my dream scene happen.
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573707)
Posted by dreadwing95 on May 13th, 2014 @ 8:15pm CDT
Shockwave7 wrote:Why are they making Mega/Galvatron suffer from 'Truck Envy' in these last couple of movies? If Megs thought that a semi truck was somehow more battle-grade than a cybertronian jet or tank, then DoTM ought to have taught him better. He was a semi truck in DoTM - just like Optimus. But his 'fight' with Optimus (when they FINALLY got around to it) was only about ten seconds, with Optimus easily ripping Megatron to shreds using only one arm.

Clearly having a semi-truck alt mode is no guarantee of power and toughness, at least not in the Bayverse.

All in all, I've been extremely let down by Bay's treatment of the Decepticon bosses in ALL of his Tformer movies to date.

to be fair he was actually trying to hide in dom and a cybertronian tank doesnt exactly fit in here lol
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573708)
Posted by Siger on May 13th, 2014 @ 8:17pm CDT
Yep, that was Megatron's evasion mode of shame.
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573713)
Posted by Mindmaster on May 13th, 2014 @ 8:56pm CDT
Hound is easily, most definitely one of the stars (if not the star) of Age of Extinction. I can't say the same about Galvatron.

Only things I wish were different on Hound are the odd shape of his forearms and his size class. Hound definitely should be a Leader-class figure. Even if his some-what easy transformation was retained, I'd eat him up. Will definitely look into picking him up.

As for Galvatron... ugh, it's just awful. Needs more paint, especially on his face and weapon, the simplicity of his transformation kills it for me, visible robot parts in vehicle mode, and the small size irks me.

Seriously, Hasbro, step up the game. If Galvatron, Leader-class Grimlock, and First Edition Optimus Prime are anything to go by, Age of Extinction is becoming more and more unsatisfactory (though I will say I like this line better than Dark of the Moon). >:oP
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573714)
Posted by Diem on May 13th, 2014 @ 8:58pm CDT
Siger wrote:Yep, that was Megatron's evasion mode of shame.


Evasion Mode of Shame is my new band name.
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573717)
Posted by Siger on May 13th, 2014 @ 9:04pm CDT
Mindmaster wrote:Hound is easily, most definitely one of the stars (if not the star) of Age of Extinction. I can't say the same about Galvatron.

Only things I wish were different on Hound are the odd shape of his forearms and his size class. Hound definitely should be a Leader-class figure. Even if his some-what easy transformation was retained, I'd eat him up. Will definitely look into picking him up.

As for Galvatron... ugh, it's just awful. Needs more paint, especially on his face and weapon, the simplicity of his transformation kills it for me, visible robot parts in vehicle mode, and the small size irks me.

Seriously, Hasbro, step up the game. If Galvatron, Leader-class Grimlock, and First Edition Optimus Prime are anything to go by, Age of Extinction is becoming more and more unsatisfactory (though I will say I like this line better than Dark of the Moon). >:oP


Yeah I agree with you on pretty much all points. Hound is pretty good except for the forearms and beard for me. Personally not into robot beards or that particular beard shape. Why couldn't they give him a 5 o'clock shadow like Wolverine? Galvatron is too simple and too small of a truck. Backpack and cross eyed look also ruined it for me.
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573718)
Posted by Siger on May 13th, 2014 @ 9:10pm CDT
Diem wrote:
Siger wrote:Yep, that was Megatron's evasion mode of shame.


Evasion Mode of Shame is my new band name.


:lol: I would like a percentage of any royalties you may earn from that brand.
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573720)
Posted by Siger on May 13th, 2014 @ 9:15pm CDT
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Hey Curly! Where is Larry and Moe? Derp derp derp :HEADHURTS:
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573729)
Posted by Diem on May 13th, 2014 @ 10:40pm CDT
Honestly, I'm excited for whatever craziness comes out after the screen characters are done. Designers get more daring in Movie years. For ROTF we got a biplane, an icecream van and a frickin toaster. For DOTM we got a snowmobile, a Spider Trike and whatever the hell Thunderhead was.
Re: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Voyager Galvatron (1573735)
Posted by MINDVVIPE on May 13th, 2014 @ 10:58pm CDT
Garbage.

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