Today's the day! Earth is about to take its place in the Cybertronian Council of Worlds in a grand public ceremony. That's not an invitation for disaster or anything, right? First Strike
#1 is written by Mairghread Scott and David A. Rodriguez, with art by Max Dunbar, color by Ander Zarate, and lettering by Tom B. Long. Backup story The Origins of Evil, Part One: Redcliffe Club
is written by John Barber with pencils by Netho Diaz, inks by Walden Wong, and colors by David Garcia Cruz. Click here to read the review!
It seems too soon, but the Generations lineup is now coming to a close. So many unexplored opportunities are left, especially with the War For Cybertron line. Hasbro sees fit to offer us a final figure in the form of a repaint. Cliffjumper may finally get some respect after years of being dissed on the shelves. Check out this review
for the whole story.
Earlier this week, we focused on Soundwave in the War For Cybertron subline. Now, we turn our attention to his supreme commander Megatron. From initial looks, the designers seemed to have pulled cues from G1 and the movie, as well as (surprisingly enough) Animated. Does it translate into a good figure? This review
attempts to answer that question.
Since Bumblebee and Optimus Prime premiered the War For Cybertron toy line in July, people have been anxiously awaiting the second wave featuring 2 infamous Decepticons. Well, the time is now as Soundwave and Megatron appear on the shelves. We look first to the loyal communications officer Soundwave, whose review can be found here.
Normally when a game is ported to the Nintendo Wii, a bit of the translation is lost. However, when War For Cybertron was ported over to the Wii, a lot of the translation was lost, as it's completely a different game. Just how different is it? And is it different enough to own if you have multiple consoles? Click here and find out.
I have read the movie verse Ghosts of Yesterday and the Veiled Threat by Alan Dean Foster, so my opinion of where Exodus falls is compared to those two novels. Ghosts of Yesterday may not have been the best story but it was in the end a story I could follow without feeling too jarred. Exodus has left me feeling like there just wasn't enough or too much to cover in one 276 page book. Read the full book review
In a year filled with little other news than Transformers 3 eye candy replacement and the occasional webisode, Transformers fans, still licking the emotional wounds of Revenge of the Fallen
and the cancellation of Animated
, couldn’t get enough news about this new direction for the historically lackluster Transformers video game property. Until, that is, they had had too much, and hope gave way to hype. Now the question is: Can this game, this third-person shooter, live up to the mountain of publicity and speculation it has generated? Check out the Full Review here
While it may be another 6wks before the Generations line hits the stores, we've once again managed to get our hands on one of the highly anticipated War For Cybertron figures. This time, we review Optimus Prime. This is the second design he's had in pre-Earth form. Is it any better than the first go around? Click here to check out the review
You can also click here for the gallery.
For those of you who don't like the read reviews, Peaugh has posted a new video review of Transformers Generations Cybertronian Bumblebee from the upcoming Transformers: War for Cybertron
video game. After you have finished viewing the video, slink over to the written review from our very own Blitzwing
For the last 2mos, there has been a drought of sorts at stores. Get your rain suits on, you're about to be flooded. Amongst the many offerings coming to store shelves soon will be the much anticipated War For Cybertron lineup. We managed to find Bumblebee and have the review ready for you here!
"You never know if it’s good until you play the game." This gaming idiom has been repeated countless times by members of the Transformer fandom ever since the first images of High Moon's Transformers: War for Cybertron
were released. It has been our mantra to defend against over-excitement in the face of a game that frankly seemed too good to be true.
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