Could This Be The Transformers 2 Megatron Alt Mode?

Thanks to "Caine" of our TFormers Community for letting us know that "randy" has thrown us another bone as a follow-up to our recent reveal of Megatron's possible robot mode.

These new images provide the possible alternate mode concept art to go with the revealed robot mode.

The first two images are concept art that provide views of the front and back views of what appears to be a tank.

The name "Megatron" may also be seen on the bottom right-hand side of the second image.

The third image is a slight variation of the tank mode. It looks as if the turret is actually raised up and reveals the face of what is undoubtedly the face of Megatron from "Transformers."

Last but not least, the fourth image provides a close-up look at the face of Megatron, that is seen in the third photo.

These images fall in-line with the image that we saw previously of what "randy" claims to the Megatron.

Discuss this revelation now!
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Lord Madhammer 2008-09-25 @ 2:18 pm
I'm thinking it would be cool if Megs rose from his watery grave and was like "hey, I better lay low for a while until I can get reinforcements from Cybertron, I better scan a suitable alt mode."

He finds a tank, tries to scan it, but his scanner thingy is still busted so he's only able reconfigure his structure to the tank's rather then a complete transformation.

How else is he going to turn into a Cybertronian tank? There aren't very many of those on Earth.

Here's how: he like, knows what they look like, and scavenges parts from Brawlistator and anyone else to make his new body. I imagine that the Allspark would figure into this somehow as well.

Agent Zero 2008-09-25 @ 2:14 pm

I'm thinking it would be cool if Megs rose from his watery grave and was like "hey, I better lay low for a while until I can get reinforcements from Cybertron, I better scan a suitable alt mode."

He finds a tank, tries to scan it, but his scanner thingy is still busted so he's only able reconfigure his structure to the tank's rather then a complete transformation.

How else is he going to turn into a Cybertronian tank? There aren't very many of those on Earth.

Oh, and the movie designs were awesome RL updates. They rock, and Alt/BT designs on the big screen would suck ass. Deal with it.

Lord Madhammer 2008-09-25 @ 1:43 pm

Also look up "moot" while you're at it.

siburke939 2008-09-25 @ 7:01 am

"coherent" (google it)

GluteusMaximusPrime 2008-09-25 @ 1:03 am

Your the ONLY one making a big deal out of nothing. :stfu kthnx.

This Megatron needs work in the robot mode, alt mode kicks aass! Fix the gimp arms and beef up his legs and longer too! But he does look decent at least.

I'm the ONLY one making a big deal??? what????

I never made a big deal out of my own comments like you are. I simply made a comment about the new Megatron and how I refuse to pay for these movies and then the insults started to come my way.

Anyway, the Megatron design from T1 sucks donkey balls and so does this new one. This is an unrecognizable character to me. I'm just not impressed with a giant scrap of tin-foil looking creature with sharp teeth and long fingernails for the MIGHTY MEGATRON who destroyed his opponents with one blast from his fusion cannon. This creature would be good for some low-budget 1980's horror teen-flick. Possible title: "Attack of the Giant Tin-Foil", or "Killer Foil from Outer-Space" or "Foil Me Once Shame on You Foil Me Ag

Lord Madhammer 2008-09-23 @ 8:55 pm

I don't know what the problem is that you phaggs have with Megatron being asymmetrical... or are you forgetting what he looked like when he got dumped into the ocean?

deceptikhan 2008-09-23 @ 8:49 pm
So I guess in order to have an opinion about a movie, whether praise or a complaint, you have to spend money on it, right? Of course not, this is silly.

He didn't say you had no right to an opinion, he said you had no right to voice it.

And he's right. Michael Bay and Dreamworks are not in business to please the people who are not paying them.

Buy a ticket and then you can talk.

Then I am very sorry. I didn't get the rule book on when people are allowed to voice their opinion. Any other movies that I see in the future that I myself did not pay for, I will from now on refrain from voicing any opinion.

Seriously guys, it's fine to disagreee with me but this "you have no right to an opinion," stuff is childish.

Well, dude, if you're not playing by the rules what do you want? Like, obviously you have a right, like in a humanitarian way, to voice the opinion, but if you're not paying, you're not a costumer. If you're not a customer, you're not someone the filmmakers are looking to please. If they're not looking to please you, your opinion is moot.

Or, at least more moot than all us other anonymous folks on the internet that they are also not listening to directly.

But that was never the point in expressing my preference for what I wanted to see in the movie. I'm not expressing my view here in this forum about the Transformers movie in order to get Michael Bay to make the movie that I want to see. When I saw Iron Man earlier this year I loved every minute of it, and I shared my positive comments to people that I discussed this movie with. No one ever asked me if I paid for the movie as a prerequisite to offer my positive view point of the movie. Nor should anyone require payment for a movie in order to express views that are negative. Come on guys, this is just basic stuff. I really doubt that if I shared your views and I still didn't pay for the movie, that you would be making this rediculous, "you have no right to express your view cause you didn't pay" nonsense. What if I saw the movie at a friends house on DVD and I didn't pay for that DVD but my friend did, does that mean that I should never be allowed to post comments on a forum whether my views are positive or negative? Of course not! Like I said I really did think the plot for the movie was great but I refused to pay to see it and I'll do the same for part 2 cause I don't want to support Michael Bay's ugly vision of the Transformers. And when I do see part 2, I'll come right back to this forum and post my comments, whether positive or negative.

Anyway, I'm done having this silly conversation about who has a right to say what about a movie. This is stupid.

Your the ONLY one making a big deal out of nothing. :stfu kthnx.

This Megatron needs work in the robot mode, alt mode kicks aass! Fix the gimp arms and beef up his legs and longer too! But he does look decent at least.

siburke939 2008-09-23 @ 11:13 am

well done rising to the bait but ignoring this post

i absolutely LOVE alternators but honestly dude they'd look like power rangers robots on the silver screen & if you can't see that i pity you

(just saying)

GluteusMaximusPrime 2008-09-23 @ 12:22 am
So I guess in order to have an opinion about a movie, whether praise or a complaint, you have to spend money on it, right? Of course not, this is silly.

He didn't say you had no right to an opinion, he said you had no right to voice it.

And he's right. Michael Bay and Dreamworks are not in business to please the people who are not paying them.

Buy a ticket and then you can talk.

Then I am very sorry. I didn't get the rule book on when people are allowed to voice their opinion. Any other movies that I see in the future that I myself did not pay for, I will from now on refrain from voicing any opinion.

Seriously guys, it's fine to disagreee with me but this "you have no right to an opinion," stuff is childish.

Well, dude, if you're not playing by the rules what do you want? Like, obviously you have a right, like in a humanitarian way, to voice the opinion, but if you're not paying, you're not a costumer. If you're not a customer, you're not someone the filmmakers are looking to please. If they're not looking to please you, your opinion is moot.

Or, at least more moot than all us other anonymous folks on the internet that they are also not listening to directly.

But that was never the point in expressing my preference for what I wanted to see in the movie. I'm not expressing my view here in this forum about the Transformers movie in order to get Michael Bay to make the movie that I want to see. When I saw Iron Man earlier this year I loved every minute of it, and I shared my positive comments to people that I discussed this movie with. No one ever asked me if I paid for the movie as a prerequisite to offer my positive view point of the movie. Nor should anyone require payment for a movie in order to express views that are negative. Come on guys, this is just basic stuff. I really doubt that if I shared your views and I still didn't pay for the movie, that you would be making this rediculous, "you have no right to express your view cause you didn't pay" nonsense. What if I saw the movie at a friends house on DVD and I didn't pay for that DVD but my friend did, does that mean that I should never be allowed to post comments on a forum whether my views are positive or negative? Of course not! Like I said I really did think the plot for the movie was great but I refused to pay to see it and I'll do the same for part 2 cause I don't want to support Michael Bay's ugly vision of the Transformers. And when I do see part 2, I'll come right back to this forum and post my comments, whether positive or negative.

Anyway, I'm done having this silly conversation about who has a right to say what about a movie. This is stupid.

trench 2008-09-22 @ 11:17 pm
Yeah, I think the movie TFs were designed to visually say "hey this is alien technology at work, it's not something humans could come up with."

I think they were trying to put this across in the first film, but, perhaps since it wasn't really explicitly said on screen, some may have not picked up on it - is that when a movie Transformer transformed into a car, through the power of AllSpark Nanotechnology, it became completely indistinquishable from a normal car, down to the last nut and bolt. It wasn't like you would open the trunk, and "Hey, here's a robot hand," or open the hood, and "Hey, here's a robot head."

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