Transformers Voyager The Fallen

  • Transformers The Fallen
  • Slide-Out Energy Absorption Panels!
  • Robot Mode!
  • Cybertronian Destroyer Mode
  • Their war, our world!

For millennia, he has waited. Thousands of years have dragged by as he recruited proxies, one by one, to scour the cosmos for the artifact he required. Now he finds he must return to the primitive, flesh-slug infected planet on which his quest began. Nothing will stand in his way this time. If need be, he will scour the surface of this disgusting world clean in the fire of his rage, and search through the blasted rubble for that which he seeks.

Recreate exciting movie scenes or stage your own living room battles with this fierce-looking figure! With slide-out energy absorption panels in robot mode, this DECEPTICON® warrior will stop at nothing to defeat the AUTOBOT® forces! In vehicle mode, unleash a Cybertronian Destroyer thatâs ready for action!

List Price: $ 19.99

Price: $ 74.99

  • Rebuilt with parts cannibalized from other DECEPTICONS, MEGATRON rises once again to lead his army
  • In robot mode, this evil-looking warrior features electronic speech and light-up eyes and chest that are sure to discourage enemy attackers
  • With a flip-out sword to take on AUTOBOT forces, this bad guy is ready for battle once and for all
  • Awesome robot-to-vehicle figure features electronic speech and blasting sounds, light-up eyes and chest
  • Flip-out sword
  • Firing fusion cannon in alien tank mode
  • MECH ALIVE gearing that reveals moving armor panels and internal gears

Rebuilt with parts cannibalized from other DECEPTICONS, MEGATRON rises once again to lead his army. Though the AllSpark destroyed him once, he can now feel its power coursing through his circuitry. It calls him to seize his rightful place as ruler over the puny planet on which he was imprisoned and destroyed, and from which he will launch his conquest of the universe. OPTIMUS PRIME® is all that stands between him and victory, and the AUTOBOT® leader has done a poor job of hiding himself. At long last, MEGATRON knows exactly where his enemy is, and he has power enough to destroy him.

Prepare for an exciting battle with this DECEPTICON leader! In robot mode, this mighty warrior features electronic speech and light-up eyes and chest that give away his diabolical intentions. And with a flip-out sword, this bad guy is ready to give AUTOBOT forces the fight of their lives! In tough alien tank mode, a firing fusion cannon and blasting sounds lets attackers know this villain means business. MECH ALIVE gearing reveals moving armor panels and internal gears so you can recreate some of your favorite movie scenes â or create your own! Grab this fearsome foe and roll out!

List Price: $ 44.99

Price: $ 184.68

6 Responses to Transformers Voyager The Fallen

  1. A buyer says:
    11 of 12 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Neat looking, June 8, 2009
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    A buyer (Hampton,VA USA) –

    Durability:3.0 out of 5 stars Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars Educational:2.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Transformers Voyager The Fallen (Toy)

    The big bad villain the Fallen. He has a nice or should I say interesting bot mode. The “jet” mode is pushing it very obvious they created the bot first and just thought they could convert him into something that looks vehicle-ish.

    He’s limited as far as posing goes. He can only move his head in and out for this “energy panels” He has no ball joints for wrists so again it can only go up and down. Legs and arms have free movement though.

    He’s pretty sturdy though his leg did pop off once, but I popped it back in and had no problems ever since.

    His feet are kind of annoying if you move him too much. Other wise I like the fact that they just plop into place if you set him onto a hard smooth surface.

    Overall he’s awesome looking overall though limited in certain aspects but definitely worth the […]. Would recommend.

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  2. Pi "pi" says:
    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    A great toy to some…, July 26, 2009
    A Kid’s Review
    Durability:4.0 out of 5 stars Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars Educational:1.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Transformers Voyager The Fallen (Toy)

    Overall, this is a great toy, but it does have some downsides. Here is a list of pros and cons:

    Pros: Great articulation and detail. It also has many moving “Mech-Alive” features that do not negatively effect the toys value.

    Cons: These wouldn’t matter to the average buyer, but the toys paint scheme is a tad inaccurate to the movie. He is an odd shade of dark green, and not matte black, and he lacks the reflective turquoise on his headdress spikes. He also lacks the spear he has in the movie, but a you could find one around your house.

    Pro/Con: He transforms, which he lacks the ability to do in the movie and comics, which is a bonus for some, and a burden for others.

    The cons might make the pros look fewer and far between, but if paint accuracy isn’t that big of a matter, this toy is perfect. If paint does matter, don’t get me wrong, this is a great MOLD for you. Hasbro has designed a more accurate, flame deco version, which will be released around November, just in time for the Holiday Season.

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  3. Anonymous says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    The Fallen!, September 28, 2009
    By 
    Pi “pi” (Bangalore, India) –

    Durability:3.0 out of 5 stars Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars Educational:3.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Transformers Voyager The Fallen (Toy)

    I really needed to get The Fallen for my TF collection. One of things that disappointed me even before I bought this figure was the fact that the ROTF toyline doesn’t have any Ultra Class figures. Ideally, the Fallen should be bigger than the a regular Voyager class… so either Ultra or Leader.

    Kinda put off by the fact that this hands can’t hold anything (gun/spear), and not really impressed by the ‘solar panels’ around his head and arms. Beyond that, the concept with his feet are really cool and he poses pretty well.

    The transformation to the jet was one of more difficult ones I’ve done, but not impossible. I think the jet mode is really lame though… as some others mentioned, they made the robot and figured they had to come up with an alternate mode and just force-fitted the alien destroyer mode. It’s not bad, but not great either.

    That said, I think this is a pretty cool toy. Very sinister looking and movie accurate, but even otherwise… you can imagine him to the be arch-villain behind Megatron.

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  4. Erik Martinez says:
    11 of 11 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Alot better than the first Leader Class Megatron, June 16, 2009
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    Erik Martinez
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    Durability:5.0 out of 5 stars Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars Educational:2.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Transformers Leader Megatron (Toy)

    Like the ROTF Leader Class Prime, this Megatron is a big improvement over his first movie Leader Class incarnation. The detail is much improved, I like that he turns into something that we have seen Megatron as in past cartoons, and the design in robot mode is much closer to that which is seen in the original G1 cartoon. The tank mode is awesome, almost looking better than robot mode. The transformation is actually not that bad, something that if a little kids wants to they could do. The only problem is maybe needing a little muscle. Having Hugo Weaving’s voice is cool. The cannon noise gets a little annoying with every time you turn the gun arm. Overall, a pretty good Megatron.

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  5. D Strick "Entertainment D" says:
    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Is Megatron a Mega-Toy?, November 16, 2009
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    D Strick “Entertainment D” (Birmingham, AL) –

    Durability:4.0 out of 5 stars Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars Educational:3.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Transformers Leader Megatron (Toy)

    I’m a little late to the party on Revenge of the Fallen Megatron. He wasn’t in my top list of picks but I picked him up on a whim and put him though the paces. In ROTF old Megatron is back in action thanks to a little Decepticon cannibalism at the bottom of the ocean and has been upgraded with treads.

    For Kids:
    Giant robot, giant gun, giant tank, lights and sounds, shooting projectile, transformer… I see no negatives here for a kid to have a blast with Megatron. Not to mention he has a sleek alien cool look to him. If your kid liked the movies at all or just likes cool toys I’d say this guy’s a sure bet. His transformation is easier than it looks like it would be as well and with a little demonstration a kid should get it.

    For Adults:
    The improvement to the robot form here over the movie one version is on par with what was done with Optimus Prime and Starscream. He looks much sleeker, less clunky and more screen accurate than his movie one counterpart. Also, his redesign into a more tank like being as opposed to a jet like being gives him a much tougher look. I’m impressed with the detail and looks of his legs this time around. The foot treads look really cool. The more robust nature of his legs and feet allow for deep and impressive posing. His right arm is a humongous gun – seriously it’s huge – while his left is a spindly little thing with long fingers. That’s not to say it looks bad but it does look a little funny in comparison to his tank gun arm.

    While never as much as there could be what paint is here is clean and looks good. He’s molded in a light grey to approximate silver. The treads are black and there is some black paint to point out some details of his face like his tiny sharp teeth. There’s a pretty good amount of detail painted into the machinery in the treads. His eyes and some areas under his chest are clear red.

    The transformation (especially compared to Optimus) is almost a piece of cake. In very simplified terms it involves swinging his arms back and around (the big gun may pop off during transformation but easily pops back on), tilting his legs correctly and flattening them out into the tank treads, moving the jets to the back of the tank and clicking the gun in place then finishing off with little detail flips and clicking tabs as usual.

    Tank mode looks great. It’s an alien looking affair but not so crazy looking as to be unidentifiable. The layout of the treads gives it an interesting look and the jets at back make you think this is one tank that could set some land speed records. If the gun could rotate it would be the only improvement I can think of.

    Action features include three sounds – A gun firing sound as you move the gun arm around or fire it from tank mode, a transformation sound during the leg part of transformation and of course, “I AM MEGATRON!” in a booming voice as you push the lever in his chest down. Pushing the lever causes the gears in his chest to move and bright red lights to flare in his chest and eyes. He has a shooting projectile and the back of the gun can swing forward and at the push of a button a sword pops out.

    I have to say this is a better looking and much more fun toy than I expected. I have to be fair and say there is nothing that bothers me about this guy. Usually there’s something – some aspect of the look or paint or the difficulty of transformation – that’s not the case here so I have no reason not to give him five stars.

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  6. H. G. Pereira says:
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    MegaFun, December 5, 2009
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    H. G. Pereira (Sao Paulo, Brazil) –
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    Durability:5.0 out of 5 stars Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars Educational:5.0 out of 5 stars 
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    This review is from: Transformers Leader Megatron (Toy)

    My son loved this toy, and its complexity stimulate the learn and the creativity.
    On the “transformation” feature, at the other hand, the “locks” and “fits” could be a little hard some times, but overall, it’s a nice big robot.

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