Submit News Contact Us Translate Sign in Join

Transformers Reviews News on Seibertron.com

Got Transformers News? Let us know here!
Category:
Year:
Keyword:

Exclude news from our sponsors

Goto Page: <<  1, 2, 3, 4 ... 98, 99, 100  >>
995 total news articles in this section, 10 per page.

IDW Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #33 Review

Transformers News: IDW Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #33 Review
Date: Tuesday, September 16th 2014 6:09am CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Reviews, Site Articles
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): IDW Publishing, Va'al

Discuss This Topic · Permanent Link
Views: 27,530

Quantum Review
(Spoiler free-ish)



Synopsis
REVELATIONS! The fate of an entire planet hangs in the balance as MEGATRON races to solve the dark riddle of Sector 113. As unseen forces move in for the kill and old friends reveal their true colors, the AUTOBOTS realize that everything—everything—is a lie. All this...and an open briefcase.

Transformers News: IDW Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #33 Review
Plus a Swerve recap, of course


Story

Death death death death lunch death death afternoon tea death. Pretty much sums up issue 32, the beginning of the Slaughterhouse chapter in More than Meets the Eye, as the DJD are shown - or rather, their aftermath - to make their way through a slightly different Lost Light. With one single, tiny survivor.

Transformers News: IDW Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #33 Review
...


Be ready for some explanations that, while making sense even in the non-text world, might take some time to get around in James Roberts' enjoyment of them and the sci-fi genre. At the same time, Nightbeat and, especially, Nautica are still the mouthpieces for exposition, with some nice chemistry between them and with the reader's projection in Getaway and Riptide.

Transformers News: IDW Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #33 Review
Doesn't get(away) it


What is also very good to see is a healthy dose of self-criticism, too, as Roberts appears to be aware of potential criticisms from the readership. Mostly humorous, but not only, and scattered throughout the book. And to top it all, we get one of possibly the biggest twists in this series' run so far - and it's pulled off twice!

Transformers News: IDW Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #33 Review
Spoilers - have some Ravage


So far, one of my favourite MTMTE resolutions, after the issues I had with the Overlord and Remain in Light sagas - though I still have some concern for the denouement reserved to the Rewind plotline, and I do hope it gets addressed again before we get lost in Elegant Chaos. As something else seems to be set in motion, very briefly, in the epilogues, too..

Art

Alex Milne's might alone was not enough for this issue, as two inkers join the lineart team to provide some delineation to different scenes - and both Brian Shearer and John Wycough work wonderfully with Milne's pencils, giving some particularly amusing facial expressions, some of which yet unseen in Milne's work alone. Especially Riptide.

Transformers News: IDW Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #33 Review
Oh, Riptide


What is definitely not unseen, however, is Joana Lafuente's (still) astonishingly good colouring work: from fading to quantum foam, to space, to interiors, different lights, flashbacks, mood settings, the colours really aid the reader in setting further the tone to the scene, if the lines and er.. lines were not enough already.

Transformers News: IDW Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #33 Review
I mean, the lighting on that


The letters are once more by Tom B. Long, in a style that I have really come to enjoy, and even though there isn't much in terms of sound effects this time round, the title page and the uses of translucency for certain scenes is just part of the trademark visual quality of this series. Something proven by the variant covers too, from Sarah Stone's to Casey Coller and JP Bove, via the main Milne and Josh Perez haunting Rewind and Nick Roche and Josh Burcham (thumbnail) doing justice to the DJD.


Thoughts
Spoilerish ahead

This is a James Roberts Transformers comic script, no doubt about it. There is a lot of unpacking to be done once you read through (and even as you are reading, for that matter), and I'd be curious to see the wordcount for the script before and after the visual rendition - because there are a lot of words in this issue. A lot. And yet some of the better scenes can be completely silent. Especially the sweeter, and the more horrific ones. Be warned.

Transformers News: IDW Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #33 Review
Do you?


And that's where the art team come in, from Milne and Lafuente to Wycough and Shearer and cover artists, making everything flow so smoothly you almost forget about the atrocities, quantum mechanics, heart-wrenching tales of survival and general twistedness. Are we back on track, though, if the issue's conclusion is anything to go by? Or are we to face even more horrors on the Lost Light?

. :BOT: :BOT: :BOT: :BOT: :CON: out of :BOT: :BOT: :BOT: :BOT: :BOT:

BBTS Exclusive Autobots Unite Set In Hand Images

Transformers News: BBTS Exclusive Autobots Unite Set In Hand Images
Date: Friday, September 12th 2014 3:28pm CDT
Categories: Movie News, Reviews, Toy News
Posted by: Autobot032 | Credit(s): Blacklai from TFND.net

Discuss This Topic · Permanent Link
Views: 38,055

Fellow fan and collector, Blacklai, has posted a pictorial review of the soon to be released Autobots Unite figure boxset! The set consists of film accurate redecos of Deluxe Class figures Bumblebee, Crosshairs, Drift, plus Voyager Class figures Hound and (Evasion Mode) Optimus Prime. (The latter features a remolded head as well as a new G1-esque deco.)

Price and release date information has not been released as of yet, but as soon as we know, you will. Until then, let these pics whet your whistle.

We've mirrored a few below, but to see the full gallery and review (in Chinese, so a translator is required), please click: Here @ TFND

Box:
Transformers News: BBTS Exclusive Autobots Unite Set In Hand Images

Bumblebee:
Transformers News: BBTS Exclusive Autobots Unite Set In Hand Images

Transformers News: BBTS Exclusive Autobots Unite Set In Hand Images

Transformers News: BBTS Exclusive Autobots Unite Set In Hand Images

Transformers News: BBTS Exclusive Autobots Unite Set In Hand Images

Crosshairs:
Transformers News: BBTS Exclusive Autobots Unite Set In Hand Images

Transformers News: BBTS Exclusive Autobots Unite Set In Hand Images

Transformers News: BBTS Exclusive Autobots Unite Set In Hand Images

Drift:
Transformers News: BBTS Exclusive Autobots Unite Set In Hand Images

Transformers News: BBTS Exclusive Autobots Unite Set In Hand Images

Transformers News: BBTS Exclusive Autobots Unite Set In Hand Images

Transformers News: BBTS Exclusive Autobots Unite Set In Hand Images

Hound:
Transformers News: BBTS Exclusive Autobots Unite Set In Hand Images

Transformers News: BBTS Exclusive Autobots Unite Set In Hand Images

Transformers News: BBTS Exclusive Autobots Unite Set In Hand Images

Optimus:
Transformers News: BBTS Exclusive Autobots Unite Set In Hand Images

Transformers News: BBTS Exclusive Autobots Unite Set In Hand Images

Transformers News: BBTS Exclusive Autobots Unite Set In Hand Images

Transformers News: BBTS Exclusive Autobots Unite Set In Hand Images

Autobots United:
Transformers News: BBTS Exclusive Autobots Unite Set In Hand Images

Transformers News: BBTS Exclusive Autobots Unite Set In Hand Images

Keep your optics tuned to Seibertron.com for the latest in news and updates, plus the best galleries around!

IDW Transformers: Primacy #2 Review

Transformers News: IDW Transformers: Primacy #2 Review
Date: Thursday, September 11th 2014 11:23am CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Reviews, Site Articles
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): IDW

Discuss This Topic · Permanent Link
Views: 17,834

Roll Call
(Spoiler free-ish)



Synopsis
DECEPTICONS ASSEMBLE! The war for CYBERTRON begins in earnest! MEGATRON brings together the deadliest of his troops for an unbelievable assault on the AUTOBOTS—and the TRANSFORMERS’ world is shaken to the core!

Transformers News: IDW Transformers: Primacy #2 Review
Uh oh


Story

So here we are again, in the time before time on Cybertron (and other worlds in the post-Expansion mess-up), effectively a second before the ignition of the the great war that will shape the history of the Transformers as we have pretty much always known them. As envisioned by Chris Metzen and Flint Dille, with input from artist Livio Ramondelli too - issue #2.

Transformers News: IDW Transformers: Primacy #2 Review
Oh, you're that guy!


The biggest thing to take away from the previous issue, as you might remember, was the slight inconsistencies wit hthe established IDW universe, particularly in the role played by newly rediscovered Omega Supreme. Unfortunately, that seems to be the case once again, as not only is Omega's tale cemented and bolted down to the streets of Iacon, but we also get a look at some peculiar takes on pre-Earth stories, as the Decepticon upper echelon round-up their army, preparing for battle.

Transformers News: IDW Transformers: Primacy #2 Review
Megatron's Eleven


Above all, the presence of the Predacons on Canis Tor, in their pre-Earth, pre-Stormbringer - but apparently not pre-beast modes. As much as this is a fairly serious continuity blip, it does seem to me that the explanation is simply to feed in to the Combiner Wars stories in which Predaking may or may not feature. A 'recent' continuity if you will, for newer readers. But still.

Transformers News: IDW Transformers: Primacy #2 Review
A-HA!


Nonetheless, the comic is not a bad read! The narrative choice of a big set up run across the universe beyond Cybertron is a nice touch, and it's plenty of fun to take a look at a number of eventually gestalt teams in their daily life before the war hit. It's a fun romp, with a definite G1 feel to it - but you do need to suspend a bit more than disbelief.

Art

Even with the Predacon glitch, Livio Ramondelli's work on the different planets and environments in which the Decepticons find themselves is plenty of fun, and well variegated. From the light, warm jungle of Canis Tor to the grungy, sulphuric Magmara Nine, Ramondelli paints an enjoyably diverse universe populated by the Cybertronians.

Transformers News: IDW Transformers: Primacy #2 Review
Yes, even there


And he does so without losing the darkness of tones over at Autobot command (and in the Presidium, for that matter), both in layouts and colouring, with Optimus realising what decisions he must and must not make in order to ensure the survival and defence of what he cares for. And the brooding begins.

Transformers News: IDW Transformers: Primacy #2 Review
Mopimus Prime


Chris Mowry's lettering, is extremely enjoyable, with some very well placed translucency, and colours mimicking or complementing the artwork beneath and around it. And it's fun, even shrouded in the dangerous terrain of the issue's plot. We've seen most of the covers already (Sarah Stone's variants are here and here), so the thumbnail includes a convention exclusive this time!


Thoughts
Spoilerish ahead

I grinned, almost uncontrollably, throughout the entire first part. Yes, it's silly, yes, it doesn't really do much, and yes, it doesn't fit any more in the IDW continuity, there's plenty of name-dropping and some inconsistencies that don't really hold up to the wider universe, and to the story itself (even within the single issue). But I was grinning so hard it didn't really jar on the first read.

Transformers News: IDW Transformers: Primacy #2 Review
My face


If you can get past that, the issue is an enjoyable read, preparing us for a very very big conflict about to burst at the seams, and we get some very nice double-page spreads to help us position the scale of all this. A very difficult issue to place, as, by itself, is perfectly fine, and only encounters big issues once it's placed on the bigger picture - but as I said, it's grin-worthy, with no doubt.

. :BOT: :BOT: :BOT: ½ out of :CON: :CON: :CON: :CON: :CON:

Video Review - Transformers Generations Legends Gears with Eclipse

Transformers News: Video Review - Transformers Generations Legends Gears with Eclipse
Date: Wednesday, September 10th 2014 2:38pm CDT
Categories: Reviews, Toy News
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): chuckdawg1999

Discuss This Topic · Permanent Link
Views: 16,389

In further Hasbro Transformers Generations news today, we bring you another video review from Seibertron.com board member chuckdawg1999, this time talking us through a Legends figure: Gears and Targetmaster Eclipse! The little guy is a repaint of the Swerve mold, with new headsculpt, while the partner's a simple redeco of Flanker. Check out the embedded clip below!

One of the fun things with the Generation line is seeing how repaints/remolds can get turned around. Case it point, way back when Gears was the original figure while Swerve was the remold. 30 years later with Swerve being a more popular character we see Gears as a repaint of that Legends figure. Surprisingly the joints are a little bit tighter so take care moving them around, other than that this is a fine figure worthy of your collection.



Video Review - Takara Tomy Lost Age LA01 Battle Command Optimus Prime

Transformers News: Video Review - Takara Tomy Lost Age LA01 Battle Command Optimus Prime
Date: Wednesday, September 3rd 2014 3:57am CDT
Categories: Movie News, Reviews, Toy News
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): chuckdawg1999

Discuss This Topic · Permanent Link
Views: 20,904

Keeping up with the recent Takara Tomy exclusives for the Age of Extinction line, under the Lost Age title, Seibertron.com member chuckdawg1999 has shared with us a video review of the LA01 Battle Command Optimus Prime figure. One of the most intriguing in this line, designed to interact with the magnets in the smaller figures, comes with a jetwing pack/trailer, and can be viewed below!

Battle Command Optimus Prime is a real throw back to the early 2000's Transformers for me. Ultra class sized robots/vehicles with a chunky heavy feel loaded with gimmicks. I look at this figure as the center piece of Takara's simplified line since all the one step figures can interact with Prime in both vehicle and robot mold. By the way, if someone can explain to me what the heck shaking the toy does I'd really appreciate it.



Age Of Extinction Evolution Of Bumblebee Video Review

Transformers News: Age Of Extinction Evolution Of Bumblebee Video Review
Date: Sunday, August 31st 2014 4:50am CDT
Categories: Movie News, Reviews, Toy News
Posted by: Autobot032 | Credit(s): Ultra Maximus

Discuss This Topic · Permanent Link
Views: 22,005

Fellow fan, Jeremy Boutwell, AKA Ultra Maximus, has provided us another video review via our Facebook page, which you can see by clicking here and his post here.

The set is a TRU exclusive and consists of a redecoed Generations Legends Class Bumblebee, made to look as close to G1 as possible, and includes a repurposed MechTech weapon It wouldn't be an Evolution 2-Pack without the other figure, of course, which is the 2014 Concept Camaro Bumblebee. (Based on his updated design in the latter half of this summer's film, Age Of Extinction.)

Before you watch the video embed below, check out our gallery of the TakaraTomy AD27 Bumblebee! (You'll notice his paint deco is different and slightly more accurate than that of the Hasbro general release version, which is what's used for the Evolution pack.) Also included in that round up of galleries, AD04 High Octane Bumblebee, with film accurate deco.

Without further ado, the review:


Keep your optics tuned to Seibertron.com for the latest in news and updates, plus the best galleries around!

IDW Transformers vs. G.I. Joe #2 Review

Transformers News: IDW Transformers vs. G.I. Joe #2 Review
Date: Thursday, August 28th 2014 3:40am CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Reviews, Site Articles
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): IDW Publishing, Va'al

Discuss This Topic · Permanent Link
Views: 28,821

Ain't Easy Being Green
(Spoiler free-ish)



Synopsis
BOOTS ON THE GROUND! The war has begun—and no bars will be held! SCARLETT’s forces go head-to-head with MEGATRON’s hordes—and the most off-beat adventure in comic book history hits a new level of dangerous alliances, deadly invasions, and devastating betrayals!

Transformers News: IDW Transformers vs. G.I. Joe #2 Review
Flagg: F**k yeah


Story

The introduction to Tom Scioli's world of G.I. Joe and Transformers has really been like nothing else so far, in issues #0 and #1, even with John Barber's vigilant watch. And issue #2 continues the streak of whatever-it-is this comic is doing, with its anachronistically retro style and feeling, toy advertising without the products and general action-packed whimsicalness.

Transformers News: IDW Transformers vs. G.I. Joe #2 Review
I.. wut.. huh


We headed with Scarlett's team to Cybertron at the end of last issue, and this is where we find ourselves straight away, as the Joe team brings the war begun by the Decepticons to their own turf - and it sets up the rest of the universe, as Autobots are subjugated by the Kirby-esque merciless godhead figure of Megatron, and his minions.

Transformers News: IDW Transformers vs. G.I. Joe #2 Review
Thanos Darkseid Megatron on his throne


Though the big bad gun is a slow build-up, Scioli does not hold back on the even bigger, if not the brighter, guns: Trypticon and Devastator, all still through the (I guess) military eyes of Scarlett and the other humans, searching for targets in true Earthican foreign policy: stamp on, blow up, then investigate the remains.

Transformers News: IDW Transformers vs. G.I. Joe #2 Review
...eeeeeEEEEEEEE...


There are some amusing references to the nature of all the characters and their plastic counterparts, though as I said, without the toys existing. The dialogue is still completely over the top, and is still not for everyone, along with the thread being very very thin, though a little tighter than last month. But it's also extremely enjoyable if you can buy into the whole premise.

Art

And I suppose, the artwork. Tom Scioli perseveres in his Silver Age style of dotted galaxies, peculiar proportions, referential work (with Flash Gordon also featuring in some scene set-ups, as the commentary expands upon), mirroring what is already present in the dialogue and set-up with the visual style that some readers still consider a hurdle.

Transformers News: IDW Transformers vs. G.I. Joe #2 Review
How can you not love it..?


Personally, however, I find that not only does the style really work with the aim of the series, it allows Scioli as both writer and artist to place all of his toys across the drawing board, and just go wild with the colours, interactions and the stupidly fun lettering touches, from the titles to the ID cards to explosions and EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE.

Transformers News: IDW Transformers vs. G.I. Joe #2 Review
..EEEEEEEEEEEEEEE...


I applauded the production of the book last issue as well, but it is nice to see Chris Mowry's work still shaping the final product. I am not a gigantic fan of the exclusive Liefeld and Tyndale covers, but the Ed Piskor Cobra heavy one and the two Scioli versions are perfectly in keep with the tone and content of the book (thumbnail: Retail Incentive cover by Scioli).


Thoughts
Spoilerish ahead

If you're not on board with Transformers vs G.I. Joe by now, I'd recommend to stop trying. This comic is clearly not for you, and by no fault of the readership. It is doing what it does unapologetically, and received warm-heartedly by many for very good reasons, and it's little to do with the actual lore of the franchises involved in the crossover, if only maybe as reference material and gags. And Scioli and Barber are clearly having barrels of fun with it.

Transformers News: IDW Transformers vs. G.I. Joe #2 Review
Pictured: Barber and/or Scioli


What is particularly enjoyable, is that after the rollercoaster up a snake with wings in its nose that is the story, the two creators give themselves almost the same amount of space to talk about what went into the creation of the issue, page by page, panel by panel, deconstructing the whole frame and proving just how not seriously this is to be taken - but also how to, if so one wished. I will stop warning readers about this by next issue, but enjoy some green mean killing machines in #2 for now.

Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Walmart Exclusive Grimlock and Optimus Prime Set

Transformers News: Video Review - Transformers: Age of Extinction Walmart Exclusive Grimlock and Optimus Prime Set
Date: Thursday, August 28th 2014 2:10am CDT
Categories: Movie News, Reviews, Toy News
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): grimdragon2001

Discuss This Topic · Permanent Link
Views: 30,624

The repaint trend continues, with another video review by fellow Seibertronian grimdragon2001, who was able to find a Walmart exclusive two-pack Transformers: Age of Extinction Grimlock and Optimus Prime! This is the one featuring the Energon Cruellock repaint for the Dinobot leader, and a redeco of Revenge of the Fallen Legends Class Optimus Prime. Check it out below.


"Rusty" Prime Video Review

Transformers News: "Rusty" Prime Video Review
Date: Wednesday, August 27th 2014 2:31pm CDT
Categories: Movie News, Reviews, Toy News
Posted by: Autobot032 | Credit(s): Chuckdawg1999

Discuss This Topic · Permanent Link
Views: 28,990

Seibertron.com message board member Chuckdawg1999 has provided us a video review of the Takara Tomy Toys "R" Us exclusive "Rusty" Optimus. This redeco and remold of the Evasion Mode Optimus mold features a plastic with the color of a white chocolate with "rusty" paint apps strewn about throughout the mold. This Optimus also features a head with a faceplate instead of the exposed face of the original.

You can see the video review below:



Keep your optics tuned to Seibertron.com for the latest in news and updates, plus the best galleries around!

Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #32 Review

Transformers News: Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #32 Review
Date: Wednesday, August 27th 2014 2:38am CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Reviews, Site Articles
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): IDW Publishing, Va'al

Discuss This Topic · Permanent Link
Views: 25,007

Friday the 113th
(Spoiler free-ish)



Synopsis
SLAUGHTERHOUSE! The crew of the Lost Light are used to past decisions coming back to bite them, but nothing—not even an ULTRA MAGNUS-certified crash course in the law of unintended consequences—could have prepared them for the horrors of Sector 113. Be warned: this issue is not for the easily distressed—or the easily heartbroken.

Transformers News: Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #32 Review
In space, no one can hear you...


Story

We've seen parts of the Lost Light slowly disappear. We've seen members of the crew do the same. We've seen Ravage, openly, finally revealing himself to the crew. We've seen Megatron's position questioned by several of the older cast, and the new additions being more lenient. We've seen the horrors of Overlord, the DJD, the fighting pits, the mines and Empurata. Now, welcome to Slaughterhouse.

Transformers News: Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #32 Review
Carrie on, if you will


Premise: More Than Meets the Eye is already dealing with time paradoxes and multiple planes of existence, and has done so in its first season and during Dark Cybertron (that was the whole point, actually). So why not take it further? James Roberts, indeed, does, and gives us a glimpse of what might be, could be or potentially will be/has been depending on the observation point - and it ain't pretty.

Transformers News: Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #32 Review
Eyes Without a Face


In fact, it's horrific. As the title might suggest, it's slaughter. And even if we know something's not really happening, or not as we know it, it does not detract that much at all from the impact of the scenes. The scenes with Overlord so far are nothing compared to what we see in this issue. And actually, we don't really see it happen, wading as we do in the aftermath of the perpetrator(s)' rampage.

Transformers News: Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #32 Review
The Chills Have Eyes 2


The stand-out moment of the entire book for me, however, is a long scene between Megatron and Ravage, in which we learn more about both of them, about the Decepticon ideal and loyalty, about Megatron's true nature, and Ravage's presence on the ship. And we see some old friends. Quite a few of them. So to speak. And some very nice interactions between Nightbeat and Nautica, as they discover a briefcase's contents. So to speak.

Art

As the issue was being drafted and inked, Alex Milne took to Twitter to add a running commentary of the horrors he was made to draw for the issue - and he was right. There is nothing pretty here, it's a splatter film in panels, on printed/digital pages. It's a Helex Chainsaw(hand) Massacre with excellent photography and art direction. It even has some formal experimentation to match the temporal paradoxes.

Transformers News: Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #32 Review
Dial D for.. Death


To make the art work so much more, Joana Lafuente adds some amazing effects in her colours. Most of the ship is adumbrated, shadows shifting in the background, with the only sources of light coming from optics, quantum foam, emergency lighting - until the very end, when power is restored. And the difference in tones is gigantic, and stunningly executed.

Transformers News: Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #32 Review
The abyss looks into you..


Similarly, the lettering touches that Tom B. Long brings to the issue, used sparingly once again, but to their full effectiveness when in their more creative moments, add to an already eerily tense, situation. And the lower case, almost rounded title font is brilliant in its contrast with the content. As for the covers, we've seen all three now, and how fitting it is to have the Coller/Bove variant, and the realisation of what cover A is actually showing.


Thoughts
Spoilerish ahead

Roberts does not hold back on the horrors and emotions running through at high voltage throughout the book, even though some may complain about the warped time nature somewhat detracting from the full impact - but it's powerful enough visually to overcome those (fairly apt) critiques. Milne and Lafuente have created a carnival of sparks, a morbid feast for desensitised optics, and one that is bound to stick with readers for a while.

Transformers News: Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #32 Review
...


This issue of MTMTE, much like its RID counterpart this month, reminds us of the many genres that the Transformers comics can span in their fiction, and lands squarely in full-blown cosmic horror, from splatter to gore to psychological thriller - via a couple of Doctor Who references, time warping and well-placed interactions between characters. On an unrelated note, ever noticed how the 1-2-3 Transformers emoticon looks a bit like the puppet from Saw..?

. :123TF: :123TF: :123TF: :123TF: :123TF: out of :123TF: :123TF: :123TF: :123TF: :123TF:

Goto Page: <<  1, 2, 3, 4 ... 98, 99, 100  >>
995 total news articles in this section, 10 per page.

Transformers Podcast: Twincast / Podcast #103 - Road Trip
Twincast / Podcast #103:
"Road Trip"
MP3 · iTunes · RSS · View · Discuss · Ask
Posted: Sunday, October 19th, 2014