Galvatron (Comic Version)

Galvatroncomic

Custom Box courtesy of Chip Wallace

Sometimes referred to as Furmantron by nobody except me, the comic book version of Galvatron was, in my humble opinion, a truer representation of what he should be: Megatron with near god-like powers and a few 58-gallon drums of Whoop-Ass. In the cartoon, just about anybody could best Galvatron (although Iíll grant you, he was emotionally disturbed) but in the comic, he practically dismantled Ultra Magnus, Rodimus Prime, the whole Wrecker team, etc.

Somebody's diaper needs changing

Of course, his main weakness was his penchant for time travel. Letís just settle the argument once and for all: time travel is not possible. How do I know? If it were, I would have built a time machine, went back in time, and left the plans for myself under my desk.

Yep. Just looked again. No plans.

Galvatron's undergone some improvements as of late, including improved, one-piece torso sculpts; more sinister-looking arms; a more streamlined head:

Galvatron's been putting some work in at the gym

The following colors were used on the comic version of Galvatron:
  • Liche Purple (Games Workshop)
  • Adeptus Battlegrey (Games Workshop)
  • Blood Red (Games Workshop)
  • Macharius Solar Orange (Games Workshop)

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