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Shockwave: Transformers 3 New Villain

Written By David D'Angelo on Saturday, June 12, 2010 | 6/12/2010


Transformers director, Michael Bay has revealed that Shockwave will be the main villain for the upcoming Transformers 3. Besides Shockwave the new love interest of Shia La Beouf will be Rossie Huntington-Whiteley. Megan Fox, the original main actress in the movie has left Transformers after she had issues with director Michael Bay.

Transformers 3 will be released July 1, 2011 and will be released at the same time tat three other superhero movies will be released including Thor, Captain American and Green Lantern. Fans and critics are hoping that Shockwave Transformers will be better than the sequel. Michael Bay himself said that he was not pleased with Transformers 2.

Shockwave have undergone several transformations during the Transformers timeline not because it was intended in the storyline but because Shockwave Transformers had a trademark issue with Hasbro. This character had also been known Shockblast for some time.

The character of Shockwave is that of a scientist plotting to overthrow Megatron and take command of the Decepticons. During both the Transformers movie, he is perceived to have been left in Cyberton. Shockwave is distinguished by a laser cannon in lieu of one of his hands and his distinctive face, which is featureless save a single robotic eye.


Transformers Animated Shockwave


He is the Decepticon's military commander. All of his actions are carries with the cold, brutal, clarity and perfection of someone not being run by emotions but by pure mechanical and artificial intelligence thinking. Shockwave had been one of the most effective Decepticon in finding ways to effectively eliminate its enemies with less damage to him and his team.

With this in mind it seems that Transformers 3 will indeed be something to watch out. Shockwave Transformers begins July 1, 2011.


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