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In the Marvel Comics Transformers comics, Unicron is a fallen god from before the universe existed who seeks the ultimate peace granted by the destruction of all life.

Unicron accomplishes this, wiping out everything in the universe and leaving only nothingness and void. His lust for destruction sated, Unicron enters a deep sleep, but he had not been thorough enough.

Tiny fragments of the old universe react with each other, and a new universe is born. As Unicron sleeps, the core of this new universe - somehow a sentient being - becomes aware of Unicron's threat and creates a defender to battle his evil - Primus, the lord of light.

Unicron awakes to find himself surrounded by another universe, and begins to destroy it again. He and Primus clash many times, the force of their battles wiping out the very life Primus had been created to protect.

To stop the destruction, Primus shifts the battle to the astral plane. In shifting the battle back to the physical universe without time to properly generate their energy forms, Primus entraps both himself and Unicron in two barren asteroids.

Over the eons, Unicron learns to psionically shape his asteroid, and transforms it into a metallic planet, and then into a gargantuan robot. Primus, fearing that the following suit by forming himself in a similar manner will simply pick up the conflict where it had left off, seeks an alternative way to defend the universe against the threat of Unicron by turning his asteroid into Cybertron.

He populates it with robotic beings that, like Unicron, can alter their forms, giving rise to the transformers.

Unicron's slightly convoluted comic tenure began in the United Kingdom 's exclusive Transformers comic series, which splices its own stories with reprinted American material.

Writer Simon Furman worked elements of the movie into his stories, creating a future universe based on the movie's events, but different from the cartoon.

In the first use of this timeline, in the mega-serial, Target: , Galvatron travels back in time in an attempt to escape the control of Unicron.

Unicron is able to ensnare the minds of three Autobots - Hot Rod, Kup and Blurr - and sends them back in time after him to foil his plot.

Though Unicron's role in the story itself was minor, it offered the first glimpse of his greater mental power.

In the UK comics' version of post-movie events, Unicron's head does not enter Cybertron's orbit and instead crashlands on the Planet of Junk. Still active, Unicron uses his mental powers to enslave the minds of the Junkion natives, who set about rebuilding his body.

Cyclonus , Scourge , and the freelance peacekeeping agent, Death's Head , fall prey to him. He uses them to exacerbate the stalemated war on Cybertron to keep the Autobots busy so that they will not learn of his impending resurrection.

When Death's Head fights back against Unicron's mental control, Unicron rewards his temerity by revealing the comic book version of his origin. Death's Head then aids Rodimus Prime, projecting his mind into Unicron's where they battle, until Unicron's head is destroyed by explosives, and his essence sealed within the Matrix.

Rodimus and several other future Autobots subsequently travel back in time to and participate in the "Time Wars".

When they attempt to return to their own time afterward, they discover that disruptions to the timestream have erased their future, and replaced it with one where the Decepticons rule Cybertron.

In this future, Unicron's essence emerges from the Matrix and briefly takes over Rodimus Prime, before he is thwarted by the removal of the Matrix from Rodimus's body.

In , however, Unicron attempted this again and succeeded, controlling Rodimus's body and reshaping it into his own image, before being defeated by Rodimus's own force of will.

In , Simon Furman began writing the U. Transformers series in addition to the UK comics and set in motion an epic Unicron-themed story.

Unicron makes his presence known to the Transformers much earlier than A battle between the Autobot Classic Pretenders and the Decepticons' Mayhem Attack Squad at the center of Cybertron has the side effect of waking the slumbering Primus, who is struck by a stray laser blast and awakes with a scream.

Although he immediately sinks back into slumber, his scream echoes throughout the universe and Unicron hears it.

Now aware of his enemy's location, Unicron heads towards Cybertron, but, seeking a herald to sow chaos in his name ahead of his coming, uses his formidable powers to send three agents - Hook, Line and Sinker , forward in time to an alternate future version of In this timeline, Unicron succeeds in consuming Cybertron in the year , and Galvatron and the Decepticons rule Earth.

This timeline's version of Galvatron is pulled back to by Hook, Line and Sinker and press-ganged into Unicron's service, but, like his predecessors, turns on his master by forcing Emirate Xaaron to awaken Primus in hopes of destroying Unicron.

Primus possesses Xaaron and attempts to hold off Unicron, but he is weak, and his attack a ruse [ clarification needed ] , leading to his own destruction.

This, along with a direct attack by Galvatron, succeeds in galvanizing the Autobots and Decepticons to attack Unicron together.

They do little damage and many Transformers die before Optimus Prime is able to use the Matrix to destroy Unicron, exploding his body from within.

In contrast to his major roles in the Marvel comics, the cancellation of the Dreamwave Transformers comics meant that Unicron would play a much lesser role in events.

It fails, due to a combined strike by Prowl 's Autobots and Shockwave's Decepticons , with the Fallen being killed by Primus.

He makes his first mainstream appearance in volume 3, issue 1 of the main Generation One series, seemingly summoned by Shockwave at the end of the previous volume.

He dispatches Scourge at the head of a huge armada of Sweeps to search the galaxy for Cybertron. Scourge locates it, but is shot in the back and deactivated by Shockwave, who used analysis of his body to create the Triple Changers.

Unicron destroys Lithone, before beginning to journey to Earth. Dreamwave went bankrupt and the next issue was never released. Writer Chris Sarracini has indicated that he would have followed through on the Unicron storyline, and also would have had the Dreamwave version of Cyclonus rescue Scourge from US government study.

Although Dreamwave Productions ' Unicron Trilogy comics were cut short halfway through their Transformers: Energon series, they establish an important piece of information that is used to shape Unicron's story in future fiction.

This version of Unicron does not merely consume worlds and seek the destruction of the singular universe, but moves from universe to universe, destroying entire realities until all of causality and existence is obliterated.

His coming in the Armada comic universe is foreshadowed when he pulls Optimus Prime into a parallel dimension where Cybertron is devastated.

Unicron sends the nearly dead Optimus Prime of the parallel universe to the main universe, who warns them of Unicron's coming before dying.

Subsequently, Unicron sends his Heralds - alternates of the Generation 1 versions of Galvatron , Scourge, Thunderwing, Dirge, and Bludgeon - ahead to destroy those who can oppose him including Megatron and capture the Mini-Con Matrix.

Galvatron is killed by Megatron using the Star Saber , and the other Heralds are destroyed in their captured Decepticon base by an explosion engineered by Jetfire.

Unaware of his Heralds' failure, Unicron now threatens to destroy Prime, but the Mini-Cons and Jetfire manage to rescue Prime, with the power of the Mini-Con Matrix upgrading them and combining them into their Powerlink mode.

They hold off Unicron long enough to escape back to their universe. Unicron comes to the Armada universe himself, where he is attacked by a combined force of Autobots and Decepticons.

Unicron survives but is crippled and no longer has the power to transform or even move. He is forced to employ servants to do his own bidding: Alpha Q and the Terrorcons , who are disgruntled former Decepticons upgraded by Unicron in return for harvesting enough Energon to repower him.

While they attack Earth, a rich source of Energon, Unicron sends his four Horsemen - Rhinox , Airazor , Terrorsaur and Cheetor , absorbed by Unicron in the previous battle - against Cybertron, devastating much of it before Optimus Prime stops them.

Many of the latter Energon stories are set inside Unicron himself as Megatron, whose Spark also survived the previous battle, attempts to convince Prime to resurrect him in a new body, with the planet eater seemingly unaware of their actions.

Alpha Q shows signs of rebelling against Unicron, and Prime prepares to fight back from inside Unicron. The series was canceled before these plot threads could come to fruition.

Writer Simon Furman revealed that a future storyline of the Energon comic would have included another attack by Unicron. Unicron made a cameo appearance in the second G.

Joe vs the Transformers crossover produced by Devil's Due. At the end of the arc, Cobra operative Doctor Mindbender meets with the cult Cobra-La and discovers their alliance with Unicron.

One of Optimus Prime 's visions of the future shows Mindbender and Unicron as a coming threat, a prophecy that comes to pass in the fourth crossover "Black Horizon".

Apparently banished from his world thousands of years ago, Unicron travels the galaxy, devouring planets to quench his hunger and taking their populations as slaves to maintain his inner body works.

He runs into trouble when attacking Earth. A strange set of non-human creatures oppose Unicron, threatening to attack him with a metal-devouring organic spore.

Before the two sides can annihilate each other, they reach an agreement favoring both parties. The creatures will go into hiding, allowing humanity to develop.

When they reach a sufficient technological level to serve as slaves for Unicron's inner workings, they will call Unicron.

He will destroy humanity and they will inherit the human-free world he leaves behind. Thousands of years later the pact is kept and the creatures, now calling themselves Cobra-La, summon Unicron via a beacon.

After attacking a pirate vessel on the outskirts of a solar system, Unicron journeys to Earth. Hailed as the "Doom Star" by terrified humans, Unicron transforms to robot mode and prepares to destroy humanity.

He is thwarted when Cosmos and Flint travel through his mouth into his body bearing the metal-eating spores of Cobra-La.

Despite the best efforts of his "anti-bodies" the Beastformers , they deliver the spores directly to his brain.

He is last seen entering convulsions, indicating he is no longer a threat. It is later mentioned his body is floating around Earth.

In this continuity, Unicron is thought of as the Transformers' equivalent of the "boogeyman". The revelation that Unicron had been banished from his home planet indicates a different origin from ones used for previous incarnations of Unicron.

The storyline for the Botcon fan convention from to featured Unicron's life force ending up on prehistoric Earth following the destruction of his body in Transformers: The Movie.

It is eventually found by a lowly Predacon known as the Hunter, who fashions a container for it that he dubs the Decepticon Matrix of Conquest.

Taking the name Shokaract, this villain seems to become one with Unicron himself, with the pair of them laying waste to Shokaract's Cybertron and the rest of the universe.

However, the instability of the timestream means that Unicron's lifeforce, also known as the Dark Essence, is in danger of being pulled away from prehistoric Earth before the Hunter can find it, which would undo Shokaract's timeline.

Shokaract thus dispatches two of his Heralds, Antagony and Cataclysm , to safeguard the Dark Essence, only for Antagony to be captured by Megatron 's Predacons and Cataclysm to perish in battle with the Maximal hero Windrazor.

Shokaract travels back in time to secure the Essence and destroy the Maximals, only to be engaged in battle by the Covenant of Primus.

With the aid of other Transformers from across time and space, the Covenant succeeds in defeating Shokaract, and the Dark Essence of Unicron is drawn back into time, erasing Shokaract's timeline.

The series opens with a disembodied Magmatron , trapped in temporal limbo by Razorbeast at the end of The Gathering , watching the annihilation of the future Cybertron by a new version of Shokaract and Unicron.

Unicron appears in spectral form in issue 2, dispatching Rartorata to Earth to stop an anomaly in the timestream the disembodied Magmatron from interfering in the "ascending".

Unicron plans to use Shokaract as a vessel through which to reemerge into the universe and destroy Cybertron.

His plans are foiled when an unlikely alliance of Maximals and Predacons succeed in battling his Heralds. Meanwhile, Ravage transports Shokaract into Magmatron's limbo realm.

Realizing the truth of Unicron's intentions, Shokaract kills himself. According to Transformers: Unicron , he was created by an alien scientist from the planet Antilla, where it was invaded by Shockwave under the disguise of Onyx Prime.

The scientist created Unicron in order to end all wars by killing all life. Unicron is destroyed when Optimus Prime ventures into the black-hole center of Unicron, and confronts Unicron's creator in the dimensional plane known as "infraspace".

There, he pleads to the Antillan to let go of the hatred he held for Cybertron, and allow the memory of his daughter to "light this dark hour.

His interference includes trapping all the Decepticons in a spatial rift, with the knowledge that Unicron will soon attack Cybertron.

He plans for the Autobots to face Unicron unaided, and the Decepticons to return and conquer whoever prevailed. As a result of these changes, the final showdown between Optimus Prime and Megatron does not occur, and Prime does not die.

With Megatron trapped in the rift, Unicron does not encounter the Decepticon leader and therefore does not Faustian Pact to reformat him into Galvatron.

Through the events of the story, Optimus Prime learns that the Matrix can destroy Unicron, and he and Ultra Magnus launch an assault on the giant.

Within Unicron's body, Optimus Prime is severely damaged and passes the Matrix to Magnus, who completes the mission, and the pair escape as Unicron explodes.

Unicron again appears as a character in the Transformers: Universe comics by 3H Enterprises, seemingly the same Unicron as seen in Armada. This time he can physically eat planets as in Generation 1.

Set after Beast Wars and Beast Machines , and his defeat by the Wreckers , he gathers Transformers from across different realities to create an army.

He forces them to fight inside Unicron, where he feasts on both the excess Energon they give off and the Sparks of the losers. In response to this, Primus and Alpha Trion resurrect and reformat Optimus Primal to lead the fight against the evil Unicron.

After freeing Unicron's captives, the Chaos-Bringer gathers an army of his own, dubbed "the Decepticons", to fight against Primus. The army is led by Razorclaw , an alternate version of Tigerhawk , and consists of alternate versions of Obsidian , Tankor , and Reptilion.

Although the end of Universe did not provide a proper conclusion to the storyline, the Cybertron Club Comic portrayed the ending. In "Revelations, Part 2", when Optimus Prime is called to another dimension to fight Unicron's heralds, he reflects back on the final battle between Primus's forces and Unicron's army.

Unicron suddenly disappeared, his existence ended by the black hole created by his defeat in Transformers: Energon.

The Transformers club comic further developed Unicron's story for the Cybertron era, attempting to fill in plot holes. The comic states that Primus' chosen task in Energon is to imprison and burn away Unicron's disembodied spark within a fledgling sun.

This Sun is the one that was born to save Alpha-Q's world. Megatron's spark, also inside, interferes and the sun collapses, trapping Unicron's spark inside bridging it between other universes.

The black hole is born, and Megatron freed. He uses pieces of Unicron to remake his body, as well as revive Starscream , his most loyal subject.

The black hole begins to devour space and time, unraveling historical events and building new ones. This is the reason for the "errors" in the Cybertron animated series, as it is following a constantly reshaping universe.

A new Unicron toy was released at the end of the Cybertron toy line as a Deluxe-class figure with a tank-like alternate mode. Although the character did not appear in Transformers: Cybertron or its Japanese equivalent Transformers: Galaxy Force , the Hasbro Club comic served to introduce this new version of the Chaos-Bringer.

In this story, the black hole contains Unicron's essence and links him simultaneously to all Cybertrons across the Multiverse, giving him the potential to wipe out Primus in one fell swoop.

This course is held at bay by Transformers from across the Multiverse, usually consisting of characters derived from Convention and Club exclusives as well as Cybertron figures that play no role in the television series.

He tosses the Dead Matrix into the black hole, releasing Unicron's spark which quickly overtakes a nearby world, converting its inhabitants into savage maniacs.

With the destruction of the planet, his body is reborn as a normal-sized Transformer. When Unicron attacks Cybertron in the midst of the chaos caused by a Mini-Con civil war, Sentinel Maximus and Omega Prime fight him off with the help of their allies.

In the end Unicron is driven off, badly wounded, by Primus. Ending up on the edge of the Sol system, Unicron attempted to repair himself but was hindered by the actions of the Megatron of that universe.

In response, Unicron reformatted his former victims in order to use them to accelerate his reconstruction; they soon converted him into a dimension-hopping battle station and attacked another reality.

However, the Autobots of that reality struck back using the power of Zodiac energy, driving Unicron's lifeforce from Planet X and splitting it in two, creating a paradise world that remained behind in the attacked reality and a damaged husk that was eventually destroyed by the inhabitants of Gigantion.

In the comic "Hoist the Flag", set centuries later, Unicron's head proves to be the objective sought by the Star Seeker pirates under Cannonball, whose crew includes a version of Shokaract known as the Hunter.

In "Another Light", Unicron, Primus, and the Thirteen cease to be multiversal singularities, instead of existing as multiple separate individuals throughout the multiverse.

This results in a Unicron in the Shattered Glass universe who is wholly good, with a counterpart Primus who is entirely evil. The noble Unicron comes across the broken Autobot forces of Optimus Prime and offers them a chance to be reborn and enlightened.

As a result, Optimus Prime is reborn as Nova Prime while his fellow Autobots are likewise reformatted. They return to Cybertron and overthrow Rodimus Prime.

This included introducing a version of him from the Robots in Disguise universe who was notably distinct from his alternate selves.

Having once been the tank-alt-moded ruler of Planet X, he eventually fused himself together with the planetoid and took on his more familiar form from Generation 1 and other continuities.

Note: Information in italics occur in the alternate storyline where Megatron wins the battle for the Allspark. Cybertron's status is unknown, mostly abandoned as it began to die.

Stockade and a group of Decepticons remain, staying alive by using Nucleon. Stockade believes they can renew Cybertron by summoning a new power source, one related to the AllSpark.

They succeed in summoning such an energy being, which enters Cybertron to renew it. To everyone's horror, it announces itself as Unicron.

The possessed Cybertron is swiftly altered into a form with a large mouth and grasping prongs, turned hostile to those on it, and warped to the Sol system.

The Autobots and Decepticons are able to destroy Unicron, but Cybertron is left in its transformed state and seemingly in the Sol system, as well as dead and powerless.

When the Autobots are ordered off American soil, they regroup under Cybertron and begin working on the teleportation engines that Unicron left there when he transformed the planet.

Using these, they make a decisive strike by teleporting the entire Decepticon army to Cybertron, then teleporting Cybertron to the far reaches of space.

With the engines burnt out and no energy on the planet, the Decepticons are marooned there, at the cost of the Autobots never being able to go home.

In conjunction with the Unite Warriors line, Takara Tomy released a comic detailing how the Galvatronus combiner came to be.

Following his defeat at the conclusion of The Headmasters , Galvatron's icy tomb is discovered by Cyclonus, whose body Galvatron modifies to accommodate his own head in the chest compartment.

Seeking a more fitting form, Galvatron directs Cyclonus to approach the disembodied head of Unicron, who is convinced to help Galvatron attain a combiner form with Cyclonus as its core.

To Cyclonus' surprise, Starscream makes an appearance, expressing interest in joining this new alliance. Unicron grants Starscream a new physical form, and Galvatron's head takes control of his new minions to take on his new form of Galvatronus.

Debuting in Transformers: The Last Knight , the six horns of Unicron began appearing out of the Earth in response to the approach of Cybertron.

Unicron is noted by Quintessa to be another name for Earth, and Optimus Prime recognizes Unicron as Cybertron's ancient enemy. Quintessa plans to drain Unicron's energy to restore the damaged Cybertron, killing life on Earth in the process.

Simmons later helps Burton locate an ancient book containing details about Unicron, noting that the center-point of Unicron's horns during the era when all of Earth's continents formed Pangea is Stonehenge.

Megatron and Quintessa begin draining energy from Unicron but are foiled, and later Quintessa disguised as a human approaches a scientist studying one of Unicron's horns to warn him not to touch the chaos-bringer [15] and offer a way to kill him.

Unicron is among the characters appearing in the Transformers video game for the PlayStation 2. The player must chase Unicron as he orbits around Cybertron and enters his maw as he prepares to fire, blasting him with the Matrix Cannon until eventually Unicron is destroyed.

Unicron is mentioned a number of times in Transformers: Prime — The Game. Eons ago, Unicron created Thunderwing to serve him and destroy the Matrix of Leadership.

Optimus Prime comes across the meteor and finds Thunderwing who reveals that he is a minion of Unicron and his mission was to destroy the Matrix.

Thunderwing seeks help from the Decepticons for the repairs needed. He fails thanks to the combined efforts of Prime and Jack Darby and falls into a volcano.

Unicron is mentioned a number of times in the novels Transformers: Exodus , Transformers: Exiles and Transformers: Retribution.

Unicron is defeated in his attempt to destroy Cybertron early in its history, but emanations of his presence remain and are gathered and stored on Trypticon Station.

This substance is a violently addictive poison that can pass on to another bot once its user dies and is dubbed the Sparks of Unicron or Dark Energon.

Ultimately Megatron contaminates the core with Dark Energon, forcing the planet to shut down and reboot.

Unicron's name is used by the Decepticons as an oath, and they seem to hold him in a sense of reverence similar to how the Autobots regard Primus.

The Quintessons, during their attempt to convince Megatron that they could deliver a Decepticon Matrix of Leadership to him, indicate that the artifact was created by Unicron.

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This monstrous attack has been orchestrated by " Onyx Prime "—now revealed as Shockwave —in a gambit eons in the making; by unleashing Unicron to destroy Cybertronian civilization, Shockwave reasons, then he can rebuild Cybertronian society anew on Earth.

Optimus Prime leads a force to Rom 's homeworld of Elonia to try and evacuate the planet, discovering that each world has been targeted by Shockwave's old Regenesis project as part of his time-travelling exploits as Onyx Prime.

Though Elonia is safely evacuated, the planet is not so lucky and is unceremoniously swallowed by Unicron. A subsequent attempt at stopping Unicron over the planet Caminus sees Prime and a small group of allies unsuccessfully try to destroy the monster from within, though they discover an ancient relic in the process: a ruined Omega Sentinel robot.

On returning to Cybertron, Bumblebee links with Omega Supreme to learn the full story behind Unicron's creation: eons ago, during the reign of the Thirteen Primes , "Onyx Prime" and his retinue led a colonization mission to the planet Antilla , the first planet to be colonized by the Cybertronian race.

The native species fought back against Cybertron's imperialism, and a desperate scientist created a doomsday weapon designed to wreak ultimate vengeance upon Cybertron: the Talisman itself, the device twisting the fabric of reality to create Unicron and the monstrous Dire Wraiths.

This respite is short-lived, however; having devoured twelve of the colonies, Unicron—having merged with the Titan Nemesis —approaches Cybertron in his new robot mode , intent on finishing the planet.

Having double-crossed Starscream 's " Decepticon Vengeance Division ", Shockwave's lackey Bludgeon leads the mutated Decepticons and the bestial Maximals into an orbital dogfight over Cybertron, successfully destroying Carcer and Elita One with it.

Though the Cybertronians fight their hardest, they are unable to prevent Unicron from beginning his attack on their homeworld. Salvation comes from an unexpected source: the Spectral Knights of New Prysmos are capable of using their own magic to activate the Talisman, projecting a beam of energy which teleports the population of Iacon to Earth , with Blurr sacrificing himself to save as many people as possible before Unicron rips the planet in half.

Regrouping on Earth, Shockwave begins his final plan to transform Toronto into the capital of his "New Cybertron," believing that Unicron was felled by the Talisman when the Decepticon scientist tricked it into eating Cybertron.

Little does he suspect that his plan has failed, and that Unciron now approaches Earth supported by Bludgeon and the Maximals, having turned on their former master for manipulating them over millennia.

Elsewhere on Earth, heroes and villains unite as Unicron's approach causes havoc, and as the Maximals descend on Earth to find and destroy the Talisman Optimus hatches a risky plan, recruiting Arcee and the three Seekers for a mission to activate the Talisman in the heart of Unicron and destroy the monster from within.

Events culminate in a massive battle for Earth as heroes and villains from across the Hasbro Universe join forces to repel the Maximal invasion, and as the battle reaches its zenith Starscream sacrifices himself to bring the Talisman online.

Within the black hole heart of Unicron, Optimus is forced to make the ultimate sacrifice, willingly throwing himself into infraspace in the hopes of bringing Unicron down from within.

The teleportation equipment he'd created was used by the Autobots to finally end the war. With subconscious nudgings, Unicron leads Megatron to a large reservoir of "Super Energon" beneath Cybertron's surface, which transforms him into Galvatron. Armageddon Part 1 Alpha Quintesson sought to destroy Unicron and had a seismic-shock warhead teleported to Unicron. Unicron proceeded to begin to consume this reality before Omega Prime and Fortress Maximus stopped him. The Autobots and Decepticons Nightmare On Elm Street 5 Stream able to destroy Unicron, but Cybertron Transformers Unicron left in its transformed state and seemingly in the Sol system, as well as dead and powerless. He begins to connect his head to Cybertron, which would become Unicron's new body. Complete gallery coming soon! Unicron as depicted in IDW Publishing. Both Barricade and Ironhide were also aware of Unicron's existence. As a result, Optimus Prime is reborn as Nova Prime while his fellow Autobots are Swades Stream Deutsch reformatted. Transformers Unicron

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Die weiteren Gefechte zwischen den Decepticons und den Autobots enden darin das die Energon Sonne entzündet wird und so die von Alpha Q wiederhergestellten Welten wieder mit Leben gefüllt werden. Die Autobots beabsichtigen die wiederhergestellten Welten durch Energon Türme zu schützen, während Megatron mit den Decepticons die neuen Welten als weitere Energiequellen für die Wiederherstellung Unicrons, welcher durch die Prozedur zu einer Energon-Sonne geworden ist, sieht. Den Auszug lesen. Transformers Unicron Transformers Unicron

It tears open a fissure in reality leading to a new area of space where planets Unicron consumed are recreated and sustained through the Energon radiated from Unicron's head, which is now a glowing red sun.

Unicron's body, damaged once more, lies in the dark reaches near the fissure. Megatron directs Unicron's body to retrieve his head, extinguishing the Energon Sun and killing Alpha-Q in the process.

Unicron begins to take over Megatron's body. Unicron's body is destroyed in battle by Optimus Supreme with the help of some of the other Autobots.

Unbeknownst to anyone, Unicron lives on in two forms: his minuscule Spark, and his consciousness, which lies buried in Megatron's mind.

With subconscious nudgings, Unicron leads Megatron to a large reservoir of "Super Energon" beneath Cybertron's surface, which transforms him into Galvatron.

After a series of failed battles, Galvatron exposes himself to the Super Energon once again and grows to a gigantic height.

Unicron seizes control of his body as a new vessel and sets out to rejoin with his Spark, but a Primus-empowered Optimus Supreme engages him in battle again, and draws all of Unicron's consciousness out of Galvatron and seals it within his own Spark.

Enraged, Galvatron prepares to destroy Unicron's Spark, but it merges with him, enlarging him again.

He battles again with Optimus Supreme, this time bolstered by the combined energy of all his troops' Sparks.

Meanwhile, Primus merges with the Super Energon, creating a fledgling sun that arrives at the site of the battle. Taking control of his body for a brief moment, Galvatron sacrifices himself to stop Unicron, plunging into the infant sun, which ignites and gives new life to Alpha-Q's worlds.

With Unicron's destruction in Energon , the collapse of his body results in the creation of an enormous black hole which, if left unchecked, will consume and destroy everything.

Later, the Cybertron Transformers learn from Primus that destroying Unicron results in an imbalance between good Primus, who still exists and evil Unicron, who is gone ; this imbalance factored into the creation of the black hole, known as the Unicron Singularity in American fiction or the Grand Black Hole in Japan.

His scattered pieces are absorbed by Megatron giving Megatron dark powers and causing him to look like Unicron. The Japanese equivalent, Galaxy Force , makes several scattered references to Unicron, as the Japanese producers for the series decided not to have Galaxy Force follow the events of Micron Legend the Japanese equivalent of Armada and Super Link the Japanese equivalent of Energon.

The Unicron toy in the Cybertron series is the size of a deluxe class Transformer toy and transforms into a Cybertronian tank instead of a planet.

This portrayal of Unicron is consistent with his appearance in the Cybertron strip in the Hasbro Club Collector's comic where he is portrayed at around the same size as his foes Sentinel Maximus and Omega Prime.

In the Transformers: Prime storyline, Unicron voiced by John Noble is the source of Dark Energon, a poisonous and corruptive form of Energon with the ability to revive the dead - albeit in a mindless, zombie-like "Terrorcon" state - also known by the name "the blood of Unicron".

Unicron is believed to represent the Anti-Spark most likely a counterpart of the Allspark. As the Chaos Bringer drifted through space, he attracted space debris around himself that coalesced into Planet Earth, rich with Dark Energon.

The gravitational pull of an astrological alignment awakens Unicron from his slumber, as Earth's weather patterns go out of control.

Having transcended physical form, Unicron berates Megatron for thinking of being his servant. He creates golem incarnations of himself to kill the Autobot.

Though Optimus Prime pleas for the humans who evolved on Earth, Unicron dismisses them as parasites with the intent to slaughter them, once he finishes off Optimus Prime.

The Autobots come to Optimus Prime's aid, with Megatron destroying the last golem, refusing to allow anyone else to kill Optimus Prime. He sides with the Autobots and guides them to the Earth's core to stop Unicron before he completely awakens.

Despite using his anti-bodies and possessing Megatron's body to hinder him and the other Autobots, Optimus Prime uses the Matrix of Leadership to deactivate Unicron without destroying the Earth, though he loses his memory of being a Prime until the Autobots restore it.

The awakening of Unicron from within the Earth draws the attention of Lio Convoy in another dimension. Traveling across realities, he arrives to find that the Autobots and Decepticons have already defeated Unicron but elects to remain for a time to safeguard against his potential return.

Using his ancient sword and the power of his Energon Matrix , Lio Convoy carves up the remains of one of Unicron's rock-and-stone avatars to create the Gaia Armor , severing its link to Unicron but allowing it to retain the power of Dark Energon.

When Optimus Prime restores the spirit of Primus, Unicron senses it and reawakens, this time in energy form.

He confronts Megatron, saying that because of the Dark Energon within him, Megatron cannot become one with the Allspark. Therefore, he will become Unicron's vessel, and serve him in order to destroy Cybertron.

Unicron brings Megatron back to life and upgrades his form, using it to travel through hyperspace toward Cybertron.

Upon arriving, he confronts Bumblebee, Arcee, Bulkhead, and Smokescreen, nearly killing them using his Dark Energon weapons. Megatron starts to question Unicron's motives of destroying Cybertron, but Unicron psychically tortures him to keep him at bay.

After their escape, Unicron comes across Predaking , who, upon recognizing Megatron's body, viciously attacks Unicron in beast mode. Unicron proves to be stronger than Predaking and knocks him unconscious.

He reads his mind, finding that Predacon remains will make a perfect legion for his destruction of Cybertron and Primus. Unicron proceeds to a Predacon boneyard, defeating Predacons Skylynx and Darksteel in battle and bringing hundreds of deceased Predacons back to life as Terrorcons.

He confronts Optimus Prime when he senses the Allspark. He fights him on even terms until he strikes Optimus down when Optimus makes a grab for the Allspark's container as Bumblebee holds Unicron down.

Escaping Bumblebee, Unicron flies after Optimus, defeating him before opening the container. He realizes too late that it is a trick, and his Anti-Spark is sucked into the container, freeing Megatron from his control and defeating Unicron.

His legions of undead Predacons are destroyed. It turns out that Optimus had stored the Allspark in the Matrix of Leadership and would soon take the Matrix into the Well, sacrificing himself to ensure the return of Cybertronian life.

Now understanding oppression, Megatron relinquishes his hatred and his lust for conquest, leaving for parts unknown to start anew. Unicron reappears in the sequel series, Transformers: Robots in Disguise , set five years after the events of Predacons Rising.

Although the majority of Unicron's Anti-Spark was safely imprisoned in the Allspark container, a remnant of the Anti-Spark still exists with Unicron's original body at the Earth's core.

When The Megatronus is freed and brought to Earth, he uses a spark-merging staff to extract the remnant from beneath the Earth, intending to merge the Anti-Spark and the Allspark together to destroy both Earth and Cybertron.

When the staff is broken before it can fully draw in the Allspark, the Anti-Spark remnant returns to the Earth's core.

In the Transformers: Rescue Bots set in the same continuity as Prime episode "Christmas in July", Heatwave tells Boulder that his throwing skills are insufficient to hit the backside of Unicron.

Optimus Prime later references Unicron when the Burns discover a prehistoric island underneath Griffin Rock, telling them "there are many things beneath the Earth's surface humans are not aware of".

In the Marvel Comics Transformers comics, Unicron is a fallen god from before the universe existed who seeks the ultimate peace granted by the destruction of all life.

Unicron accomplishes this, wiping out everything in the universe and leaving only nothingness and void. His lust for destruction sated, Unicron enters a deep sleep, but he had not been thorough enough.

Tiny fragments of the old universe react with each other, and a new universe is born. As Unicron sleeps, the core of this new universe - somehow a sentient being - becomes aware of Unicron's threat and creates a defender to battle his evil - Primus, the lord of light.

Unicron awakes to find himself surrounded by another universe, and begins to destroy it again. He and Primus clash many times, the force of their battles wiping out the very life Primus had been created to protect.

To stop the destruction, Primus shifts the battle to the astral plane. In shifting the battle back to the physical universe without time to properly generate their energy forms, Primus entraps both himself and Unicron in two barren asteroids.

Over the eons, Unicron learns to psionically shape his asteroid, and transforms it into a metallic planet, and then into a gargantuan robot.

Primus, fearing that the following suit by forming himself in a similar manner will simply pick up the conflict where it had left off, seeks an alternative way to defend the universe against the threat of Unicron by turning his asteroid into Cybertron.

He populates it with robotic beings that, like Unicron, can alter their forms, giving rise to the transformers. Unicron's slightly convoluted comic tenure began in the United Kingdom 's exclusive Transformers comic series, which splices its own stories with reprinted American material.

Writer Simon Furman worked elements of the movie into his stories, creating a future universe based on the movie's events, but different from the cartoon.

In the first use of this timeline, in the mega-serial, Target: , Galvatron travels back in time in an attempt to escape the control of Unicron.

Unicron is able to ensnare the minds of three Autobots - Hot Rod, Kup and Blurr - and sends them back in time after him to foil his plot.

Though Unicron's role in the story itself was minor, it offered the first glimpse of his greater mental power. In the UK comics' version of post-movie events, Unicron's head does not enter Cybertron's orbit and instead crashlands on the Planet of Junk.

Still active, Unicron uses his mental powers to enslave the minds of the Junkion natives, who set about rebuilding his body.

Cyclonus , Scourge , and the freelance peacekeeping agent, Death's Head , fall prey to him. He uses them to exacerbate the stalemated war on Cybertron to keep the Autobots busy so that they will not learn of his impending resurrection.

When Death's Head fights back against Unicron's mental control, Unicron rewards his temerity by revealing the comic book version of his origin.

Death's Head then aids Rodimus Prime, projecting his mind into Unicron's where they battle, until Unicron's head is destroyed by explosives, and his essence sealed within the Matrix.

Rodimus and several other future Autobots subsequently travel back in time to and participate in the "Time Wars". When they attempt to return to their own time afterward, they discover that disruptions to the timestream have erased their future, and replaced it with one where the Decepticons rule Cybertron.

In this future, Unicron's essence emerges from the Matrix and briefly takes over Rodimus Prime, before he is thwarted by the removal of the Matrix from Rodimus's body.

In , however, Unicron attempted this again and succeeded, controlling Rodimus's body and reshaping it into his own image, before being defeated by Rodimus's own force of will.

In , Simon Furman began writing the U. Transformers series in addition to the UK comics and set in motion an epic Unicron-themed story. Unicron makes his presence known to the Transformers much earlier than A battle between the Autobot Classic Pretenders and the Decepticons' Mayhem Attack Squad at the center of Cybertron has the side effect of waking the slumbering Primus, who is struck by a stray laser blast and awakes with a scream.

Although he immediately sinks back into slumber, his scream echoes throughout the universe and Unicron hears it. Now aware of his enemy's location, Unicron heads towards Cybertron, but, seeking a herald to sow chaos in his name ahead of his coming, uses his formidable powers to send three agents - Hook, Line and Sinker , forward in time to an alternate future version of In this timeline, Unicron succeeds in consuming Cybertron in the year , and Galvatron and the Decepticons rule Earth.

This timeline's version of Galvatron is pulled back to by Hook, Line and Sinker and press-ganged into Unicron's service, but, like his predecessors, turns on his master by forcing Emirate Xaaron to awaken Primus in hopes of destroying Unicron.

Primus possesses Xaaron and attempts to hold off Unicron, but he is weak, and his attack a ruse [ clarification needed ] , leading to his own destruction.

This, along with a direct attack by Galvatron, succeeds in galvanizing the Autobots and Decepticons to attack Unicron together.

They do little damage and many Transformers die before Optimus Prime is able to use the Matrix to destroy Unicron, exploding his body from within.

In contrast to his major roles in the Marvel comics, the cancellation of the Dreamwave Transformers comics meant that Unicron would play a much lesser role in events.

It fails, due to a combined strike by Prowl 's Autobots and Shockwave's Decepticons , with the Fallen being killed by Primus. He makes his first mainstream appearance in volume 3, issue 1 of the main Generation One series, seemingly summoned by Shockwave at the end of the previous volume.

He dispatches Scourge at the head of a huge armada of Sweeps to search the galaxy for Cybertron. Scourge locates it, but is shot in the back and deactivated by Shockwave, who used analysis of his body to create the Triple Changers.

Unicron destroys Lithone, before beginning to journey to Earth. Dreamwave went bankrupt and the next issue was never released.

Writer Chris Sarracini has indicated that he would have followed through on the Unicron storyline, and also would have had the Dreamwave version of Cyclonus rescue Scourge from US government study.

Although Dreamwave Productions ' Unicron Trilogy comics were cut short halfway through their Transformers: Energon series, they establish an important piece of information that is used to shape Unicron's story in future fiction.

This version of Unicron does not merely consume worlds and seek the destruction of the singular universe, but moves from universe to universe, destroying entire realities until all of causality and existence is obliterated.

His coming in the Armada comic universe is foreshadowed when he pulls Optimus Prime into a parallel dimension where Cybertron is devastated.

Unicron sends the nearly dead Optimus Prime of the parallel universe to the main universe, who warns them of Unicron's coming before dying.

Subsequently, Unicron sends his Heralds - alternates of the Generation 1 versions of Galvatron , Scourge, Thunderwing, Dirge, and Bludgeon - ahead to destroy those who can oppose him including Megatron and capture the Mini-Con Matrix.

Galvatron is killed by Megatron using the Star Saber , and the other Heralds are destroyed in their captured Decepticon base by an explosion engineered by Jetfire.

Unaware of his Heralds' failure, Unicron now threatens to destroy Prime, but the Mini-Cons and Jetfire manage to rescue Prime, with the power of the Mini-Con Matrix upgrading them and combining them into their Powerlink mode.

They hold off Unicron long enough to escape back to their universe. Unicron comes to the Armada universe himself, where he is attacked by a combined force of Autobots and Decepticons.

Unicron survives but is crippled and no longer has the power to transform or even move. He is forced to employ servants to do his own bidding: Alpha Q and the Terrorcons , who are disgruntled former Decepticons upgraded by Unicron in return for harvesting enough Energon to repower him.

While they attack Earth, a rich source of Energon, Unicron sends his four Horsemen - Rhinox , Airazor , Terrorsaur and Cheetor , absorbed by Unicron in the previous battle - against Cybertron, devastating much of it before Optimus Prime stops them.

Many of the latter Energon stories are set inside Unicron himself as Megatron, whose Spark also survived the previous battle, attempts to convince Prime to resurrect him in a new body, with the planet eater seemingly unaware of their actions.

Alpha Q shows signs of rebelling against Unicron, and Prime prepares to fight back from inside Unicron. The series was canceled before these plot threads could come to fruition.

Writer Simon Furman revealed that a future storyline of the Energon comic would have included another attack by Unicron. Unicron made a cameo appearance in the second G.

Joe vs the Transformers crossover produced by Devil's Due. At the end of the arc, Cobra operative Doctor Mindbender meets with the cult Cobra-La and discovers their alliance with Unicron.

One of Optimus Prime 's visions of the future shows Mindbender and Unicron as a coming threat, a prophecy that comes to pass in the fourth crossover "Black Horizon".

Apparently banished from his world thousands of years ago, Unicron travels the galaxy, devouring planets to quench his hunger and taking their populations as slaves to maintain his inner body works.

He runs into trouble when attacking Earth. A strange set of non-human creatures oppose Unicron, threatening to attack him with a metal-devouring organic spore.

Before the two sides can annihilate each other, they reach an agreement favoring both parties. The creatures will go into hiding, allowing humanity to develop.

When they reach a sufficient technological level to serve as slaves for Unicron's inner workings, they will call Unicron. He will destroy humanity and they will inherit the human-free world he leaves behind.

Thousands of years later the pact is kept and the creatures, now calling themselves Cobra-La, summon Unicron via a beacon.

After attacking a pirate vessel on the outskirts of a solar system, Unicron journeys to Earth. Hailed as the "Doom Star" by terrified humans, Unicron transforms to robot mode and prepares to destroy humanity.

He is thwarted when Cosmos and Flint travel through his mouth into his body bearing the metal-eating spores of Cobra-La.

Despite the best efforts of his "anti-bodies" the Beastformers , they deliver the spores directly to his brain.

He is last seen entering convulsions, indicating he is no longer a threat. It is later mentioned his body is floating around Earth.

In this continuity, Unicron is thought of as the Transformers' equivalent of the "boogeyman". The revelation that Unicron had been banished from his home planet indicates a different origin from ones used for previous incarnations of Unicron.

The storyline for the Botcon fan convention from to featured Unicron's life force ending up on prehistoric Earth following the destruction of his body in Transformers: The Movie.

It is eventually found by a lowly Predacon known as the Hunter, who fashions a container for it that he dubs the Decepticon Matrix of Conquest.

Taking the name Shokaract, this villain seems to become one with Unicron himself, with the pair of them laying waste to Shokaract's Cybertron and the rest of the universe.

However, the instability of the timestream means that Unicron's lifeforce, also known as the Dark Essence, is in danger of being pulled away from prehistoric Earth before the Hunter can find it, which would undo Shokaract's timeline.

Shokaract thus dispatches two of his Heralds, Antagony and Cataclysm , to safeguard the Dark Essence, only for Antagony to be captured by Megatron 's Predacons and Cataclysm to perish in battle with the Maximal hero Windrazor.

Shokaract travels back in time to secure the Essence and destroy the Maximals, only to be engaged in battle by the Covenant of Primus.

With the aid of other Transformers from across time and space, the Covenant succeeds in defeating Shokaract, and the Dark Essence of Unicron is drawn back into time, erasing Shokaract's timeline.

The series opens with a disembodied Magmatron , trapped in temporal limbo by Razorbeast at the end of The Gathering , watching the annihilation of the future Cybertron by a new version of Shokaract and Unicron.

Unicron appears in spectral form in issue 2, dispatching Rartorata to Earth to stop an anomaly in the timestream the disembodied Magmatron from interfering in the "ascending".

Unicron plans to use Shokaract as a vessel through which to reemerge into the universe and destroy Cybertron. His plans are foiled when an unlikely alliance of Maximals and Predacons succeed in battling his Heralds.

Meanwhile, Ravage transports Shokaract into Magmatron's limbo realm. Realizing the truth of Unicron's intentions, Shokaract kills himself.

According to Transformers: Unicron , he was created by an alien scientist from the planet Antilla, where it was invaded by Shockwave under the disguise of Onyx Prime.

The scientist created Unicron in order to end all wars by killing all life. Unicron is destroyed when Optimus Prime ventures into the black-hole center of Unicron, and confronts Unicron's creator in the dimensional plane known as "infraspace".

There, he pleads to the Antillan to let go of the hatred he held for Cybertron, and allow the memory of his daughter to "light this dark hour.

His interference includes trapping all the Decepticons in a spatial rift, with the knowledge that Unicron will soon attack Cybertron.

He plans for the Autobots to face Unicron unaided, and the Decepticons to return and conquer whoever prevailed. As a result of these changes, the final showdown between Optimus Prime and Megatron does not occur, and Prime does not die.

With Megatron trapped in the rift, Unicron does not encounter the Decepticon leader and therefore does not Faustian Pact to reformat him into Galvatron.

Through the events of the story, Optimus Prime learns that the Matrix can destroy Unicron, and he and Ultra Magnus launch an assault on the giant.

Within Unicron's body, Optimus Prime is severely damaged and passes the Matrix to Magnus, who completes the mission, and the pair escape as Unicron explodes.

Unicron again appears as a character in the Transformers: Universe comics by 3H Enterprises, seemingly the same Unicron as seen in Armada. This time he can physically eat planets as in Generation 1.

Set after Beast Wars and Beast Machines , and his defeat by the Wreckers , he gathers Transformers from across different realities to create an army.

He forces them to fight inside Unicron, where he feasts on both the excess Energon they give off and the Sparks of the losers. In response to this, Primus and Alpha Trion resurrect and reformat Optimus Primal to lead the fight against the evil Unicron.

After freeing Unicron's captives, the Chaos-Bringer gathers an army of his own, dubbed "the Decepticons", to fight against Primus. The army is led by Razorclaw , an alternate version of Tigerhawk , and consists of alternate versions of Obsidian , Tankor , and Reptilion.

Although the end of Universe did not provide a proper conclusion to the storyline, the Cybertron Club Comic portrayed the ending. In "Revelations, Part 2", when Optimus Prime is called to another dimension to fight Unicron's heralds, he reflects back on the final battle between Primus's forces and Unicron's army.

Unicron suddenly disappeared, his existence ended by the black hole created by his defeat in Transformers: Energon.

The Transformers club comic further developed Unicron's story for the Cybertron era, attempting to fill in plot holes. The comic states that Primus' chosen task in Energon is to imprison and burn away Unicron's disembodied spark within a fledgling sun.

This Sun is the one that was born to save Alpha-Q's world. Megatron's spark, also inside, interferes and the sun collapses, trapping Unicron's spark inside bridging it between other universes.

The black hole is born, and Megatron freed. He uses pieces of Unicron to remake his body, as well as revive Starscream , his most loyal subject.

The black hole begins to devour space and time, unraveling historical events and building new ones. This is the reason for the "errors" in the Cybertron animated series, as it is following a constantly reshaping universe.

A new Unicron toy was released at the end of the Cybertron toy line as a Deluxe-class figure with a tank-like alternate mode. Although the character did not appear in Transformers: Cybertron or its Japanese equivalent Transformers: Galaxy Force , the Hasbro Club comic served to introduce this new version of the Chaos-Bringer.

In this story, the black hole contains Unicron's essence and links him simultaneously to all Cybertrons across the Multiverse, giving him the potential to wipe out Primus in one fell swoop.

This course is held at bay by Transformers from across the Multiverse, usually consisting of characters derived from Convention and Club exclusives as well as Cybertron figures that play no role in the television series.

He tosses the Dead Matrix into the black hole, releasing Unicron's spark which quickly overtakes a nearby world, converting its inhabitants into savage maniacs.

With the destruction of the planet, his body is reborn as a normal-sized Transformer. When Unicron attacks Cybertron in the midst of the chaos caused by a Mini-Con civil war, Sentinel Maximus and Omega Prime fight him off with the help of their allies.

In the end Unicron is driven off, badly wounded, by Primus. Ending up on the edge of the Sol system, Unicron attempted to repair himself but was hindered by the actions of the Megatron of that universe.

In response, Unicron reformatted his former victims in order to use them to accelerate his reconstruction; they soon converted him into a dimension-hopping battle station and attacked another reality.

However, the Autobots of that reality struck back using the power of Zodiac energy, driving Unicron's lifeforce from Planet X and splitting it in two, creating a paradise world that remained behind in the attacked reality and a damaged husk that was eventually destroyed by the inhabitants of Gigantion.

In the comic "Hoist the Flag", set centuries later, Unicron's head proves to be the objective sought by the Star Seeker pirates under Cannonball, whose crew includes a version of Shokaract known as the Hunter.

In "Another Light", Unicron, Primus, and the Thirteen cease to be multiversal singularities, instead of existing as multiple separate individuals throughout the multiverse.

This results in a Unicron in the Shattered Glass universe who is wholly good, with a counterpart Primus who is entirely evil.

The noble Unicron comes across the broken Autobot forces of Optimus Prime and offers them a chance to be reborn and enlightened.

As a result, Optimus Prime is reborn as Nova Prime while his fellow Autobots are likewise reformatted. They return to Cybertron and overthrow Rodimus Prime.

This included introducing a version of him from the Robots in Disguise universe who was notably distinct from his alternate selves.

Having once been the tank-alt-moded ruler of Planet X, he eventually fused himself together with the planetoid and took on his more familiar form from Generation 1 and other continuities.

When Simon Furman was first brought aboard to pitch his vision of IDW's then-nascent Transformers mythos, he explicitly chose to eschew the traditional Primus and Unicron mythology that he himself had put forth during his run on the original Marvel comic , due in part to the oversaturation of the concept in the then-concurrent Unicron Trilogy.

Though no concrete origin was put forth for the Cybertronian species in the IDW universe, various authors would occasionally reference the creator gods as abstract religious beliefs rather than concrete deities—Unicron, specifically was never addressed by name, only fleetingly referred to as the "opposite" of Primus, who himself was not conclusively confirmed to exist.

In , IDW began a ramp-up of this mythos as the Hasbro Universe took shape; issue 10 of Optimus Prime would provide the most definite look into Cybertron's past, establishing a group of mythical Titans as warriors who had once battled against Primus's "opposite".

Finally, in October of that year, Unicron made his first physical appearance on the final page of First Strike , having been awakened by Cybertron itself after exposure to the magical powers of the Talisman.

Unicron picks up in the immediate aftermath of " The Falling "; following the events of Joe Colton's invasion of Cybertron and the subsequent clash between Iacon and New Prysmos , the mysterious Talisman has successfully awoken Unicron, who begins an attack on the galaxy by devouring the scattered Cybertronian colonies.

This monstrous attack has been orchestrated by " Onyx Prime "—now revealed as Shockwave —in a gambit eons in the making; by unleashing Unicron to destroy Cybertronian civilization, Shockwave reasons, then he can rebuild Cybertronian society anew on Earth.

Optimus Prime leads a force to Rom 's homeworld of Elonia to try and evacuate the planet, discovering that each world has been targeted by Shockwave's old Regenesis project as part of his time-travelling exploits as Onyx Prime.

Though Elonia is safely evacuated, the planet is not so lucky and is unceremoniously swallowed by Unicron. A subsequent attempt at stopping Unicron over the planet Caminus sees Prime and a small group of allies unsuccessfully try to destroy the monster from within, though they discover an ancient relic in the process: a ruined Omega Sentinel robot.

On returning to Cybertron, Bumblebee links with Omega Supreme to learn the full story behind Unicron's creation: eons ago, during the reign of the Thirteen Primes , "Onyx Prime" and his retinue led a colonization mission to the planet Antilla , the first planet to be colonized by the Cybertronian race.

The native species fought back against Cybertron's imperialism, and a desperate scientist created a doomsday weapon designed to wreak ultimate vengeance upon Cybertron: the Talisman itself, the device twisting the fabric of reality to create Unicron and the monstrous Dire Wraiths.

This respite is short-lived, however; having devoured twelve of the colonies, Unicron—having merged with the Titan Nemesis —approaches Cybertron in his new robot mode , intent on finishing the planet.

Having double-crossed Starscream 's " Decepticon Vengeance Division ", Shockwave's lackey Bludgeon leads the mutated Decepticons and the bestial Maximals into an orbital dogfight over Cybertron, successfully destroying Carcer and Elita One with it.

Though the Cybertronians fight their hardest, they are unable to prevent Unicron from beginning his attack on their homeworld.

Salvation comes from an unexpected source: the Spectral Knights of New Prysmos are capable of using their own magic to activate the Talisman, projecting a beam of energy which teleports the population of Iacon to Earth , with Blurr sacrificing himself to save as many people as possible before Unicron rips the planet in half.

Transformers: Unicron. John Barber & Alex Milne. (0). Zu meiner Wunschliste hinzufügen Teilen. Transformers: Unicron - John Barber Den Auszug lesen. $8.​ unicron transformers 5Call Us Today! 0or Transformers 5​: The Last Knight ein Film von Michael Bay mit Mark Wahlberg, Laura Haddock. Hasbro hat eine eigene Crowdfunding-Plattform lanciert. Das erste Projekt: Ein gigantischer Transformer. Unicron soll in seiner Roboterform. Although the majority of Unicron's Anti-Spark was safely imprisoned in the Allspark container, a remnant of the Anti-Spark still exists with Unicron's original body at the Earth's core. Generation 1 characters episodes Scramble City Generation 2 Beast Wars characters episodes Beast Machines episodes Robots in Disguise series characters Armada characters episodes Energon characters episodes Cybertron characters episodes Transformers Unicron characters episodes Prime characters episodes Rescue Bots characters episodes Robots in Disguise series characters Gregs Tagebuch 3 Ganzer Film Cyberverse characters episodes Rescue Bots Academy. Optimus Prime leads a force to Rom 's homeworld of Elonia to try and evacuate the planet, discovering that Hans Deppe world has been targeted by Shockwave's old Regenesis project as part of his time-travelling exploits as Onyx Prime. The version recounted above is the current iteration, which has slowly solidified across a wide swath of media beginning around the time of Transformers: Armada. Death's Head then aids Rodimus Prime, projecting his mind into Unicron's where they battle, until Unicron's head is destroyed by explosives, and his essence sealed within the Matrix. The Transformers Prime iteration of Unicron depicts his physical manifestation as Heldt Staffel 5 Sendetermine Earth itself, with his consciousness held within the core, making him a planet with sustainable life, though it has Westworld Season 1 Stream been seen if Unicron wishes to consume other planets like his other incarnations. Unicron will destroy Transformers Unicron Believing the threat over, Galvatron then challenged Optimus Prime to their final battle, only for the hatred and ferocity of their fight to awaken Unicron once more. Dezember bei TV Tokyo statt. Dies gelang ihnen, indem sie es in Transformers Unicron Luft sprengten und Feuer fing, was dazu führte, dass Unicron sich Filme Kostenlos Downloaden Nucleon nutzte, um sich zu erholen, was das Feuer anheizte und so weiter, bis die Quelle aufgebraucht war. Sie kämpften sehr oft und sehr lange gegeneinander. Wiki erstellen. Dieses Wiki. Beschreiben Sie Ihr Problem. The Quintessons were destroyed, and the Hong Man Choi managed to delay Unicron enough for the warhead to explode, Wasp Marvel the planet. Mehr erfahren OK. Die niedergeschlagenen Autobots gruppierten sich mit Stockades Decepticons neu und arbeiteten daran, das In jedem Fall blieben die Änderungen, die Unicron an Cybertron vorgenommen hatte, unverändert.

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Dieses Album bewerten:. Armageddon Part 5. Ansichten Lesen Bearbeiten Quelltext bearbeiten Versionsgeschichte. Nach Megatrons Tod hat Starscream die Führerschaft der The Beatles Yellow Submarine übernommen und plant mithilfe des übrig gebliebenen Energon seine eigene Armee Flash Online Stream Untoten zu erschaffen. Starscream Generation Kill Unicron bei einem Ereignis, bei dem Unicron versuchte, Cybertron zu verschlingen. Cartoon continuity. Ein neues Thema für dieses Album vorschlagen. Der tote Megatron wurde von Unicron zum Leben erweckt. Josh Keaton. June Darby ist zudem Krankenschwester und gerät Dr.Abel mit Ratchet aneinander. Steve Blum. Optimus und Megatron schafften es jedoch in seine Sparkkammer.

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