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Megatron: Is the future of our race not worth a single human life?

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  • In a Transformers vs. G.I. Joe comic set in World War II, Grimlock and Roadblock are hanging onto a cliff, and Grimlock is starting to slip. He tries to get Roadblock to save himself, that he'd try to hold on long enough for him to get up, but Roadblock refuses:
    "Did you say TRY? We don't try around here, soldier — do you hear me? We don't try, and we don't quit! NOW REACH! GRAB THAT DIRT! You are a lean, mean, climbing machine, and you are going nowhere but up! Sound off! I want to hear you say it — 'Me, Grimlock, going up!'"
  • In the second Generation 1 mini-series, Ultra Magnus takes down Menasor while still in truck mode. He does this by hurling insults to each of the Stunticons that make the Combiner. This drives Menasor insane and allows Ultra Magnus to catch air and ram Menasor IN THE FACE.

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  • In Spotlight: Metroplex, Sixshot hunts the Throttlebots through (unbeknownst to him) Metroplex's alleyways. Just as he's about to kill off one of the Throttlebots for good, Metroplex pops his arm out and pounds Sixshot full-force into the ground with his fist. And then Sixshot stands up again. So Metroplex transforms into his ridiculously gigantic robot mode and steps on Sixshot. (In a splash panel spanning two entire pages, no less.) At the end of the issue we see that Sixshot is still alive and moving after all that, albeit quite crushed and mangled. Really it's a case of both the good and bad guy getting a moment of awesome at the same time.
  • In the Steampunk story Hearts of Steel, Mark Twain manages to single-handedly defeat Ravage with a lit cigar and a gas-filled house.

Alternative Title(s): Transformers Film Series