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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 51. Chapters: Megatron, Swindle, The Highwayman, Blackout, Springer, Airwolf, Budgie the Little Helicopter, Snow Cat, Vortex, Blast Off, Whirlybirds, Crosshairs, Topspin, Highbrow, Sandstorm, Blue Thunder, Bulkhead, Cop-Tur, Obsidian, Evac, Ruination, Blades, Batcopter, Makeshift, Incinerator, Reverb, Spinister, Ro-Tor, Searchlight, Harold the Helicopter, Tomahawk, Dragonhawk, Hotelicopter, Fantasticopter. Excerpt: Megatron is a character from the Transformers franchise, created by toy companies Hasbro and Takara. He is the primary antagonist and leader of the "evil" faction (primarily the Decepticons) in most of the various Transformers universes. Bob Budiansky, the writer for the Marvel Comics series, stated that originally Hasbro took issue with the name, saying it sounded too frightening. Budiansky responded that as the lead villain, that was the point. Hasbro saw his reasoning, and approved the name. Originally, Megatron was able to transform into a Walther P38, delivering more focused energy blasts. He can shrink and reduce his mass as he transforms, assuming sizes that comfortably allow either another Transformer or even a human being to wield him. In one instance (the episode S.O.S. Dinobots ), he retained his full size and connected to jet-mode Starscream's underside. His imposing robot form is dominated by his primary weapon - his arm-mounted fusion cannon, capable of leveling a city block in one blast. He can also sub-dimensionally link the weapon to a black hole, generating even more powerful antimatter blasts. However, this ability is almost never used, as it leaves him extremely weak and vulnerable. He has a secondary weapon barrel mounted on his back, and can retract and replace his right hand with an energy flail. He can fire electrical blasts from his hands, laser blasts from his eyes on at least one occasion (Th...
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