When I first read about Star Wars Transformers, I thought they would be the coolest toys ever. Imagine Rebel Alliance ships turning in Autobots! Imagine Imperial ships turning into Decepticons! In some weird, alternate reality, Rodimus Prime is a B-Wing fighter, and Galvatron is a TIE-Interceptor. And that would be awesome.
Naturally, Star Wars Transformers aren’t anywhere near that interesting. In reality, they’re quite stupid. Darth Vader turns into a TIE-Fighter? Puh-leese. Darth Vader isn’t some freakin’ death robot.
Of course, that didn’t stop the musing.
In a fight, who would win?
The Death Star?
Unicron is vastly larger than a planet — we actually see Unicron standing on Cybertron, and his robot form dwarfs the planet. (As my brother likes to point out, Unicron’s mere presence should have irrevocably altered Cybertron’s orbit, and Unicron standing on Cybertron could have crushed the planet due to Unicron’s much greater mass. I don’t think anyone watches Transformers for the physics, however.)
The Death Star, meanwhile, is small moon-sized. Going by the physics, Unicron’s gravitational pull would attract the Death Star. Unicron might be able to grab hold of the Death Star and crush it between his hands.
But would Unicron be able to shrug off the massive turbolaser fire of the Death Star? It cracks planets, for freak’s sake. If the Death Star can get off one good shot, it could be all over for Unicron.
I’m leaning toward Unicron emerging from this battle the victor.
I don’t think the might of the Empire could stand against Unicron. Not even the genius of Grand Admiral Thrawn could take down Unicron.
And the Jedi? Don’t make me fucking laugh.
Unicron defeats the Death Star.