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Thursday, 11 June 2009

Soundwave is spiky

This is the first proper look at Soundwave from Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.

No turning into a tape deck for this Decepticon. Instead he is going to be a satellite in Earth's orbit. I'm not sure if he will be in his robot form much and I read somewhere that he won't actually land on Earth. Unfortunately I cannot remember where I saw that.

How do you feel about Soundwave's new look?

Source: TLAMB

Discuss in the forum or leave a comment below.



bbodd said...

I'd like to see his robot form - he was always one of my favourites as a kid. I can't see him looking anything close to the original now :(

anotherzen said...

hmf, well, i cant say i like it much, the whole satelite idea aint to bad tho, but hmm, well aslong as
the robot version looks similar to
the cartoon, i wont complain.

Jeremy Pluta said...

If you want to see his robot form, just check out the toy: http://www.toysrus.com/product/index.jsp?productId=3592539

At least he will be voiced by the original voice actor for him, Frank Welker