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The Transformers Make No Sense

A new Transformers movie is out. Or so I’m told. I won’t be seeing it.

In part, because these movies are noisy garbage where I honestly can’t tell what’s happening because all the giant robots look like grey metal banging into each other and into buildings. 632 more words


What Does The 'Transformers: The Last Knight' After Credits Scene Mean For The Future Of The Series?

WARNING: Spoilers for the ending of Transformers: The Last Knight ahead

There seems to be a consensus that the latest entry in the Transformers film franchise is… 848 more words


''Transformers....Failure In Disguise!''

It’s been 10 years since the first Transformers movie came out. Although it wasn’t the perfect movie, it was a thoroughly entertaining summer blockbuster. Since then though, the franchise has become a parody of itself, regardless of how poorly each of the 3 subsequent movies were panned by critics and fans alike, for director Micheal Bay, it was a huge money maker, regardless of the stagnation. 920 more words



A long time ago, there was a Primus figure released during the Armada line of figures. I missed out on that one, but it looks like I’ll have another shot at this mold! 137 more words

Action Figures

Even If The Last Knight Is Horrible, We're Still Getting A Transforming Cybertron

(Source: kotaku.com)

While each new trailer or snippet I see of Transformers: The Last Knight heightens the foreboding I feel for the upcoming film, some of the toys Hasbro is releasing to go with the movie aren’t half-bad. 340 more words


"Yesterday's" Comic> Transformers: Stormbringer #2

Transformers: Stormbringer #2

IDW Publishing (June, 2006)

WRITER: Simon Furman

ARTIST: Don Figueroa

COLORIST: Josh Burcham

LETTERER: Robbie Robbins

EDITORS: Chris Ryall & Dan Taylor 717 more words

Yesterday's Comics

"Yesterday's" Comic> Transformers: Beast Wars - The Ascending #4

Transformers: Beast Wars – The Ascending #4


IDW Publishing (November, 2007)

WRITER: Simon Furman

ARTIST: Guido Guidi

COLORIST: Josh Burcham

COLOR ASSISTS: Andrew Elder, Liam Shalloo, & Josh Perez… 420 more words

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