Archive for the ‘Transformers’ Category

The Lunar Archivist’s Sketchbook – Part 36

2015/10/02

A little while back, I showcased an unused (and pretty radical) redesign of Optimus Prime. This time around, we’re doing it old school with Pat Lee.

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The Lunar Archivist’s Sketchbook – Part 32

2015/09/04

Now here’s an interesting one: Today’s piece of original artwork was one of several proposed redesigns for Optimus Prime courtesy of Marvin Mariano and Draxhall Jump Entertainment.

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Robosexuality – Part 13

2014/11/08

That awkward moment when you realize your mom is interested one of your guy friends.

Personally speaking, if my mom were single and involved with Optimus Prime...I think that'd be pretty awesome, actually. ^_^;

Personally speaking, if my mom were single and involved with Optimus Prime…I think that’d be pretty awesome, actually. ^_^;

This embarrassing teenage moment has been brought to you by Transformers: Prime – Episode 18: “Metal Attraction” (July 9, 2011).

It Came From The Toy Chest – Part 5

2014/05/11

When it comes to emergency alt modes, beggars can’t be choosers.

Talk about being top heavy.

Talk about being top heavy.

Today’s model is Transformers (Generation 1) Fortress Maximus by Hasbro/Takara.

Dubious Medicine – Part 8

2014/04/13

Post-mortem examinations are never pretty.

I could, but I just ate lunch. :P

I could, but I just ate lunch.

Today’s freaky autopsy has been brought to you by The Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #3 (March 2012) by James Roberts and Alex Milne.

Getting Hammered On a Budget

2014/02/20

Contrary to popular belief, there is such a thing as a free lunch (or free drink, as the case may be). It’s just not very impressive.

Er...maybe it's the Cybertronian equivalent of a shotglass?

Er…maybe it’s the Cybertronian equivalent of a shotglass?

This laughable challenge to sobriety has been brought to you by The Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye #4 (April 2012) by James Roberts and Alex Milne.

User Unfriendly – Part 2

2014/02/12

It’s a sad day when your own body starts to betray you.

He must be running the Cybertronian equivalent of Windows 8.

He must be running the Cybertronian equivalent of Windows 8.

Today’s addition of insult to injury has been brought to you by The Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye #1 (January 2012) by James Roberts and Nick Roche.

Strange Moments in Cartoons – Part 14

2013/09/01

I think the Autobots have been on Earth for too long.

Do the Autobots have to for cable television?

Do the Autobots have to pay for cable television access?

This special news bulletin has been brought to you by The Transformers – Episode 50: Prime Target (November 14, 1985).

Politically Incorrect Theater – Part 6

2013/08/24

<sarcasm> Isn’t it wonderful how far we’ve come since the 1980s when it comes to stereotyping Middle Easterners? </sarcasm>

Oh yeah. The writers totally went there. >_<;

This was bad enough to kill Cliffjumper, Bluestreak, and Teletraan I.

This rather shameful display comes to you courtesy of The Transformers – Episode 66: Five Faces of Darkness – Part 1 (September 15, 1986) and Episode 75: Thief in the Night (October 6, 1986).

Me Grimlock Feel Fancy!

2013/03/01

When prolific Transformer fanartist Rekka started taking requests on her Tumblr blog, This Is Bad Comedy, for things that we’d like to see her draw, I almost immediately recalled this scene of Grimlock dressed as a waiter from the classic series episode Madman’s Paradise

Why would robots need giant glasses of booze? o_O

Why would giant robots need giant glasses of alcoholic beverages? o_O

…and decided to up the ante by requesting an image of him dressed in a French maid outfit. And this was the end result:

"Me Grimlock Feel Fancy!" by Rekka

“Me Grimlock Feel Fancy!” by Rekka

Thanks Rekka! Be sure to check out her Tumblr blogs here and here.


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