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    I was not aware that Bonecrushers arms were this long. You couldnt tell in the movie. At least I couldnt. That was my biggest gripe on the movie. that it was hard to get good looks at the transformers. manely the Decepticons.

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    also here is some more info I thought would be cool to share.

    According to the bio of the box for Jungle Bonecrusher, Bonecrusher actually survived his crushing defeat by Optimus Prime. Removing his locator to conceal himself even from the other Decepticons, Bonecrusher limped off and repaired himself. Making his way to South America he now hides in its immense jungles, with a new green paint job.

    Bonecrusher appeared among the Decepticons under the command of Starscream in the second Transformers movie prequel comic, printed by Target stores. After Megatron left in persuit of the Allspark Starscream, Bonecrusher, Brawl/Devastator, Blackout, Barricade (presumably with Frenzy), Scorponok and Wreckage followed, eventually arriving on Earth. Landing in Afghanistan, Wreckage was killed by experimental weapons created by Sector 7, but the other Decepticons were able to overcome the human forces and take on their Earth vehicle forms. Blackout and Scorponok then went to find information on Megatron from the SOCCENT base in Qatar.

    I wounder if Wreckage will be in the next movie being he is in the Prequel comic.

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    Brawl in the prequel comic. COOL!!! According to the bio written by Hasbro for Deep Desert Brawl, Brawl was brought back online when his body absorbed some of the power given off by the Allspark when it was used against Megatron. This brought him back online and increased his power. Brawl escaped to the desert near the Hoover Dam. Hiding in the deep desert, he soaks up energy from the blazing sun, and emerges only to satisfy his hunger for destruction by attacking and annihilating human convoys and armored columns. He is a ghost in the desert, attacking randomly and without reason, and disappearing before human air power can arrive to track him.

    While Starscream's forces assaulted the Autobots at Tyger Pax, Brawl bashed his way past faltering Autobot defenders, bringing news that Megatron knew where the All Spark was. When Starscream excitedly declared that he must go to the cube, Brawl questioned his loyalty, prompting Bonecrusher to threaten the latter with violence lest he not take the group to Megatron. After witnessing Megatron leave Cybertron to chase after the escaping All Spark, the Decepticons followed.
    Crash-landing on Earth many years later, the Decepticons were detected by a nearby US air base, which sent an armoured personnel carrier to investigate. Brawl took the words right out of Bonecrusher's mouth, remaking that at last there was something to kill. Wreckage assumed the form of the carrier vehicle, destroyed it, then led Starscream's unit to the base. Brawl trans-scanned a nearby human tank and joined the others in leveling the base. Transformers Movie Prequel (Target) Volume 2
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    Blackout in the prequel comic.
    Blackout appeared in the prequel novel, Transformers: Ghosts of Yesterday, where he was the most vocal critic of Starscream's leadership. When Starscream left to destroy Bumblebee, Blackout seized the initiative and led Bonecrusher and Frenzy in an assault on the Autobots, attacking Prime with his partner Scorponok. He failed, and eventually challenged Starscream to a duel for leadership of the Decepticons, which he lost.

    Blackout also appeared in IDW Publishing's movie prequel comic, where he, Starscream and Barricade smashed up the Mars Beagle 2 probe.
    In issue 4, he traveled to Earth, where he gained his MH-53 helicopter mode and destroy the scanned vehicle. The three Decepticons, detecting emissions similar to that of the Allspark, then stumbled onto Sector 7's trap for Bumblebee, wiping out their military backup. Blackout tried to access Sector 7's computers, but could only glean a few bits of information before they shut it down. After Barricade outlined his plan to follow Bumblebee and see what they could find out, Blackout and Starscream tailed him from the air.

    On Cybertron, Blackout fought alongside Megatron, until his master ordered 'this loyal hound' to assist Starscream's unit in keeping Optimus Prime's forces busy, while Megatron pursued his destiny. Arriving soon after Brawl delivered news of Megatron's location, Blackout and Starscream witnessed the successful Autobot launch of the Allspark. Blackout restrained Starscream from going after it, the pair nearly coming to blows when Blackout launched Scorponok from his chest. Fortunately, Starscream calmed down, and after witnessing Megatron leave the planet himself, the group took on protoform transition forms and followed.
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    Starscream in the prequel comic.
    In 2003, Starscream's infiltration team, consisting of Barricade and Blackout, touched down on Mars and destroyed the Beagle 2 Rover. Starscream was disgusted with the rover, but Blackout and Barricade warned that there was an obviously intelligent species nearby, so they would need to be cautious. Starscream agreed, as long as they got to kill something. Prime Directives, Part 3
    Splitting up, they headed to Earth, where Starscream scanned an F-22 Raptor fighter jet being tested by the US Air Force at Nellis Air Force base. He destroyed it, then adopted the vehicle form for himself. Leaving the scene of destruction, he radioed his fellow Decepticons to report in on their hunt for new disguise forms, which they did. He reiterated that their mission was to find the Allspark, to which Blackout responded with a reminder that the mission was also to find Megatron. Starscream dismissively replied, "Yeah, right...him too."
    Later, Starscream and Blackout detected the unique radiation of the All Spark and investigated, but Starscream soon realized it was a trap by Sector Seven. Starscream destroyed several AH-64 Apache helicopters while Blackout attacked Sector Seven's bunker and attempted to hack into their mainframe. When the humans severed the connection, the Decepticons broke off from the battle and linked up with Barricade, who was in pursuit of the Autobot Bumblebee. Prime Directives, Part 4

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    Sorry no pic in proto form
    Ghosts of Yesterday prequel novel

    Barricade acts as pilot and chief science officer for the Nemesis. Through this he apparently possesses an impressive "mastery of physics", being very intelligent. He claims to have chaffed under Starscream's leadership, but is willing to tolerate him for now. Barricade spent most of his time rubbing everyone the wrong way and loving every minute of it.

    The Decepticon infiltration unit under the command of Starscream arrived on Earth in the year 2003. Barricade scanned a Saleen S281 police car, then destroyed the original human vehicle to cover his tracks, as did his fellow Decepticons when choosing their new forms. It is uncertain how he managed to scan what appears to be a 2006 model in 2003.
    Later, Barricade pursues Bumblebee outside of Denver, Colorado as the Autobot is working on a new lead on the Witwickys. Prime Directives, Part 4

    Prequel Comic volume 2

    After the Decepticons land in Afghanistan, Barricade uses a facade of friendliness to trick nearby human soldiers into lowering their guard, whereupon he slaughters them at point-blank range. Transformers Movie Prequel (Target) Volume 2

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    Wreckage in the prequel comic killing an Autobot. He should have been in the movie

    Cold, distant, quiet. Wreckage is the counterpart to the hot-wired Brawl. Deliberate and methodical in his attacks, he enjoys watching his foe squirm in agony as his twin swords cut deep below their armor. Circuits popping and vital processors sizzling to uselessness are the music he longs to make, and none of the Decepticons can argue with his taste for making Autobots suffer.


    Wreckage was one of several Decepticons under the command of Starscream during the battle of Tyger Pax. He was finishing off an Autobot with his sword when Brawl arrived with news that Megatron knew where the All Spark was located. After witnessing the sucessful Autobot launch of the All Spark and Megatron's subsequent pursuit of it, Wreckage left Cybertron with Starscream's group in search of their leader.
    Arriving on Earth many years later in Afghanistan, Wreckage scanned and destroyed a human military carrier vehicle sent to investigate their planetfall. He was able to trace the location of the Bargam US airbase and jam their communications to prevent them from calling for help. Under Starscream's orders, Wreckage led the group to attack, initially confusing the soldiers with his vehicle mode. Whilst observing Barricade slaughter human soldiers the latter had tricked, Wreckage was hit with a localized electromagnetic pulse and disabled. Barricade was ordered by Starscream to leave their comrade behind, because he would either recover eventually, or if not, then it didn't matter. Transformers Movie Prequel (Target) Volume 2
    Note: Wreckage's fate remains unknown.

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    Swindle from the prequel comic.

    Swindle (or a Swindle, one could argue the apparent intelligence displayed as evidence for either, really) was in charge of torturing the location of the All Spark out of Bumblebee's team after their capture at Tyger Pax. Even though he killed one of the team, he failed do extract any information from them, but succeeded at pissing off Megatron, who dismissed all of his underlings... then promised the relieved Swindle a slow and torturous death.
    Luckily for Swindle, Megatron took off into space and was lost before he was able to follow through on his threats.

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    Scorponok in the prequel comic.

    Ghosts of Yesterday

    He helped Blackout fight Optimus Prime, and later sabotaged the Ark. Ratchet makes Scorponok his bitch for this. He is saved by Blackout, who was still recovering from a massive beating by Starscream. What a pal.

    Scorponok and Blackout, who ordinarily never leave Megatron's side, were dispatched to join Starscream's forces elsewhere on Cybertron while Megatron closed in on the All Spark. After the group realized that both the All Spark and Megatron have left Cybertron, Blackout ended an argument with Starscream over what to do next by deploying the fearsome Scorponok. The entire group headed to Earth, where Scorponok adorably helped out in the massacre of a United States military installation in Afghanistan. Transformers Movie Prequel (Target) Volume 2

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    What Arcee would have looked like if she had been in the movie!

    Arcee was one of a handful of Autobots under the command of Bumblebee who desperately fought against Megatron's vast army at Tyger Pax. She was captured and interrogated by the Decepticons but survived the ordeal. She recounted to their Autobot rescuers Bumblebee's heroics in delaying Megatron, preventing Megatron from intercepting the wormhole-bound All Spark.

    THE MOVIE
    Arcee was on Earth for a short time at the beginning of the conflict there, presumably arriving shortly after Bumblebee. When the situation on Earth began to ramp up into out-and-out combat, she was reassigned elsewhere, where her stealth skills would be of more use.
    Now she fights in the Charii system against a Decepticon splinter cell working on a star-breaking weapon. If she has her way, the only things breaking will be their heads.

    Arcee was originally going to be a member of the live-action movie's Autobot cast, but was later replaced by Ironhide. According to screenwriter Roberto Orci, they would have needed to explain the point behind female robots, which there wasn't any time for in the movie.[1] It's commonly assumed that Arcee's big part in the movie would have been the scene in which William Lennox starts his solo assault on Blackout using an abandoned motorcycle

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