Ever since IDW Publishing split the Transformers title into two different books, Robots in Disguise and More Than Meets the More Eye, the property has seen changes like never before. The whole brand has been unified across toys and comics, the war between Autobots and Decepticons has ended, Starscream finally is in control of Cybertron and one of the biggest changes of all: Megatron is now an Autobot. Robots in Disguise already reached its fiftieth issue and this week it’s More Than Meets the Eye’s turn. What does James Roberts and company have in store? Read the review!
Another milestone issue arrives this week, Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #50. Take the jump for a sneak peek from IDW Publishing!
Shock ‘n Awe reviews MakeToys Wrestle, the company’s masterpiece scale version of the Transformer Grapple. Wilson loses his mind near the end. Shock ‘n Awe Toy Reviews: 2 Idiots. 1 camera. And a review.
Hasbro has announced that there are at least three more Transformers movies in development and tentatively set for release in June 2017, 2018 and 2019. In a second announcement that came on the heels of a confirmation that Michael Bay and Mark Wahlberg would be returning to Transformers 5, it has been revealed that Bumblebee will be getting his own solo flick: “On June 8, 2018, a new film is being developed which will tell the never before heard story of Bumblebee, one of the most beloved characters from Hasbro’s Transformers universe.” Transformers 5 is presently set for the same release date
Shock ‘n Awe reviews MP-26 Road Rage from Takara Tomy Transformers Masterpiece line. Berg unintentionally makes a tasteless joke and Wilson makes it worse. The toy is reviewed at some point. Shock ‘n Awe Toy Reviews: 2 Idiots. 1 camera. And a review.
There are two Transformers comic books arriving in stores on January 20th. The second is Transformers: Robots in Disguise Animated #6.
Hasbro Studios has renewed Transformers, Robots in Disguise for a second season on Cartoon Network.
Michael Bay has confirmed that he is returning to helm Transformers 5 for Paramount Pictures. While you may be wonder “WTF, Bay!?” There is a silver lining to this news.
The Wreckers returned in issue one, albeit not their usual selves. With no purpose or leader they were lost, but now that Prowl’s gone and Springer is back that fire in their sparks may return. Will some Decepticons lose some limbs in issue two? Let’s Wreck ‘n Rule!
The boys from Shock ‘n Awe lose their minds again, this time reviewing the Warrior class Megatronus toy from the latest Transformers Robots in Disguise wave from Hasbro.