My names is James Eatock and I'm the long suffering writer, editor, designer, and self-publisher of cereal:geek magazine!
I'll try to explain as much as I can about the magazine without waffling...
cereal:geek is a glossy magazine - 100 pages with no adverts whatsoever - It was always important to me that I produce something that is a quality product, rather than something that looks like it's been haphazardly put together - I wanted people to pick this magazine up physically and say, "This is pretty damn good!"
Inside the magazine there are regular features that both examine (in-depth) and praise the cartoons of the eighties - The articles in the second half of each issue are dictated by the theme - For example issue four (a GOOD jumping on point) is a horror-themed issue and has features on the horror-themed episodes of He-Man, Transformers ("Dark Awakening"), G.I. Joe, Inhumanoids, etc.
All the artwork and articles are exclusively created for the magazine - You can see plenty of page examples on my deviantART page (though I haven't updated it in a LONG time) - http://bustatoons.deviantart.com/gallery/24556403
And I assure you, there's a LOT of Transformers material in each and every issue - After all, I'm too much of a Generation One fan to not acknowledge it!
The website is up and running once again - You can always buy one of the 100 page PDF previews - I assure you though, issue four is the best jumping on point - The magazine had really found its "feet"...http://www.cerealgeek.com