Here's the video review many of you have been anxiously awaiting, Leader Class Sentinel Prime. The legendary Autobot warrior thought be long lost returns, and takes the form of a Rosenbauer Panther 6x6 Fire Truck in the upcoming film. See what peaugh has to say about the highly anticipated figure below.
YouTube reviewer peaugh treats us with another Tranformers DOTM video review. This time it's Deluxe Sideswipe. DOTM Sideswipe once again he takes the form of a silver Chevrolet Concept Corvette, though this time around he's a convertible. Sideswipe actually had two ROTF Deluxe figures: ROTF Deluxe Sideswipe and Sidearm Sideswipe. Does this one top them both?
Popular YouTube reviewer peaugh has uploaded a video review for Transformers DOTM Deluxe Jolt. He barely made an appearance in ROTF and it's unknown if he will even be in DOTM, but he's definitely getting a Deluxe figure. This time around Jolt has traded his whips for a MechTech cannon. Better than ROTF Deluxe Jolt? The video is embedded below.
At this week's 77th annual Russian International Film Market, Paramount showcased several trailers for their upcoming summer offerings including Captain America, Super 8, Kung Fu Panda 2, and Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon. Slashfilm.com reader Konstantin attended the event and gave a detailed report for each of the trailers. He comments that the CGI looks like a big step forward compared to the past two movies but reveals some skepticism with Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's character and her part in the movie.
The CGI looks even better than the two first films [put] together. There are some really innovative visual decisions and the 3D has an amazing quality. There was one kinda big spot with Sam and his new blond girlfriend that helps him get a job. Since everyone cares about her being in this film, from this spot I can tell that she [demands] much of the attention. It feels so [forced] when the camera catches her to show everyone her sexiness when it’s not really needed. Well, yes, she looks sexy, and from that spot she didn’t [show] any emotion on her face, [either].
How Rosie's character is factored into the storyline remains to be seen but at least it sounds like the movie will be a feast for the eyes even without her.
To read the the original article including more about the other trailers, click HERE.
Transformers Ongoing has been one of the most controversial Transformers comic book series ever. From the art to the plot development, fan opinions are all over the map. Issue #16 is likely to evoke more of the same.
The issue, as expected, is available in three covers, two by Marcelo Matere and one by Nick Roche. Internal artist in Alex Milne. Milne's approach to the artwork hearkens back to recent TF Ongoing (controversial) designs by Figuero. However, the aesthetics that displeased many fans don't seem to be as harsh in Milne's version. I, for one, really like Milne's Ultra Magnus at the bottom of the fourth page.
Moving on to the story itself, this issue finds Bumblebee still in recovery, and the Autobots attempting to avoid violent confrontations with humans. Megatron is back and making his intentions clear. Revenge on the humans is his sole purpose in returning to Earth. Starscream is up to his old tricks, believing Megatron to be obsessed with Earth and leading the Decepticons toward ruin. There's a great conversation between Starscream and Thundercracker in this issue. It seems there's a lot of bad blood between the Seekers this days.
I'd love to tell you more, but I fear I'm giving too much away already. The story still seems to be progressing slowly, and the issue feels too short even at 22 pages. However, the dynamics between the characters seem to be setting us up for some very complex, mature, and entertaining events in the near future. The art will likely still be controversial to some readers, and I personally find elements of it that I like and some that I don't. This issue gets a solid B+.
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