By Xeni Jardin at 3:35 pm Wed, Nov 7, 2012
"All Hail Megatron!," a photograph by Justin Rampage shared in the Boing Boing Flickr Pool. He explains:
Goofy Photoshop that I made based off of this original reddit post by BergerKing80. You can also download a Facebook timeline header image created by redditor nerdwithme. reddit, Imgur.
Update: Justin first posted this on Laughing Squid.
Megatron looks like a bit like a Shrike.
Megatron is a wimp.
Ia ia Cthulhu fhtagn!
That’s not a Megatron! This is a Megatron,
I completely agree. The real Megatron does not resemble a Shrike at all.
Man, the NRA would love real Megatron.
i agree with this post. the horrific michel bayilisation of our great leader must stop.
First Megatron, Then Death.
I saw (and loved) the original photo first, then saw this and started yelling the same thing at my computer: “That’s not Megatron!” I haven’t seen any of the Michael Bay franchise, and hadn’t realized just how little Transformers had come to resemble themselves. I’ll stick with my Walther P38, thank you very much.
I wrote in Optimus Prime
O. Prime / B. Bee 2016
This isn’t the Megatron I voted for in the primaries… Nothing but lies and Michael Bay since the Decepticon convention.
I voted for Optimus Prime. I just don’t trust Megatron’s energon policy. Bad for Cybertronians, bad for America.
Don’t blame me – I voted for Starscream.
He just didn’t have a plan to get us out of debt that I could trust, and Megatroncare made Romneycare look good. I voted for the lesser of two evils.
He’s so small and his shadows, so soft.
If Justin was aiming for ‘shooping an optical illusion, he nailed it.
GRIMLOCK VOTE THIRD PARTY! GRIMLOCK NO LIKE PARTISAN POLITICS!
I will not vote Megatron until he finally shows us his VIN and original manual.
His domestic energon policy was strong, too bad he kept killing off his political advisers.
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