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Online Listings for Titans Return Siege on Cybertron "Strength Set"

Transformers News: Online Listings for Titans Return Siege on Cybertron "Strength Set"
Date: Monday, May 22nd 2017 1:46pm CDT
Category: Toy News
Posted by: william-james88 | Credit(s): PC Canada

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The speed set was a straight cut Toysrus global exclusive, but things weren't so clear with the next boxset called Siege on Cybertron, which includes the Takara remold of PM OP, Tidal Wave from Broadside, Metalhawk from Triggerhappy, Pounce, and Titanmaster Thunderwing. We were told it was a BBTS exclusive at Toyfair but there has been no word on it since. We reached out to BBTS and they weren't even aware of this boxset. Well, now listings for the set have popped up on Canadian computer software/hardware sites all belonging to the same parent company. The prices vary from $130 CDN closer to the MSRP $150 price and these are all preorders with no date given for when they will show up in stock. While this sounds odd, these PC sites also have other Transformers on preorder, like Titan Class Tryipticon, so it's not completely out of the ordinary for them to stock this set too. What is odd is that since this set is exclusive to one retailer in the US, one would think that would be carried over to other countries where it would be exclusive to other retailers. Does this mean that this set will only be available from this parent company of online computer products? At least we know for sure that this will not be a BBTS exclusive worldwide and that there will be other ways of getting it for those interested. Thanks to Scotty P for letting us know of these listings.

Strength Set at PC Canada

Strength Set at Software City

Strength Set at Direct Dial

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Transformers News: Online Listings for Titans Return Siege on Cybertron "Strength Set"

Top 5 Best Disguised Robots Amongst Transformers Toys

Transformers News: Top 5 Best Disguised Robots Amongst Transformers Toys
Date: Saturday, May 20th 2017 11:50pm CDT
Category: Top Lists
Posted by: william-james88

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Every two weeks, Seibertron.com brings you a Top 5 list related to all things Transformers written by me, your fellow editor. These are my opinions (just like movie or game reviews hosted by sites are still just the opinion of one person) so what matters most is what you guys think of the topic or list, and I hope to see your own lists or comments on omissions and ranking. Let's have fun! All previous lists can be found here.

Top 5 Best Disguised Robots among Transformers Toys

I made a list of the Transformers toys which look least like the robot can transform into something else and this is pretty much the opposite. Transformers have always been called Robots in Disguise and some toys really pushed the disguise angle. There are some Transformers that one would never guess are anything more than their alt mode. Of course, the important factor here is that we are talking about their alt mode and not just a pretender shell that hides the robot. I am sure it was assumed, but I am mentioning it just in case. A brick wall would definitely help hide a small robot standing behind it, but what I give you today is the list of Transformers toys who's alt modes provide the best disguise!


5. Transformers G1 1984 Bumblebee (Bumble)

Most G1 figures are great examples of well disguised robots since the alt mode was the one that was emphasized in the two main lines contributing to Transformers. The idea was to have toy cars and real life objects that could blend in with others but also hide a robot. However, for the Diaclone cars at least, the illusion only lasted until you looked under the car and saw some flashy robot mode stickers. I wouldn't count the jets or Optimus Prime either since their robot mode kibble was detached and it wouldn't be a fair comparison. The most well disguised traditional G1 figure, to me, then ends up being good old Bumblebee. The head flap being hidden by a tire detail is very smart and he is super clean underneath, aside from some sculpting for the fists (but its not emphasized in any way, helping the illusion). He just looks like your average little toy car that any kid from the previous decades would have a bunch of. It must have been awesome for kids in the 80s to show their friends that theirs actually turned into a robot.

Transformers News: Top 5 Best Disguised Robots Amongst Transformers Toys

Transformers News: Top 5 Best Disguised Robots Amongst Transformers Toys

Transformers News: Top 5 Best Disguised Robots Amongst Transformers Toys


4. Transformers Revenge of the Fallen Deadlift

While G1 were an early hay day in alt mode realism, that came back full circle with the movie lines which went all out with the licensing and trying to give us faithful alt modes. You got some great results, alt mode wise, but aside from the human alliance figures, you could tell there was a robot hiding there either with the massive undercarriage, the great amount of panel lines or when you would peer inside the windows. There is one toy though which I feel really looks like it isn't hiding a robot and that is Deadlift, the forklift Transformer (and the only Forklift Transformer mold we have ever gotten in the history of the brand). The forklift alt mode is so distinctive that it distracts us from thinking this actually transforms especially since it is so compact and has so many dedicated part for the alt mode. There is also the very open nature of the the forklift with the cockpit being clear and empty with a nice steering wheel and unoccupied seat.
This version of the mold also happens to be an homage to Gobot Spoons so that scores even more points in my book, but even if you didn't care about that, the fact that this version is a nice burnt orange rather than neon green makes it look more grounded in reality.


Transformers News: Top 5 Best Disguised Robots Amongst Transformers Toys

Transformers News: Top 5 Best Disguised Robots Amongst Transformers Toys

Transformers News: Top 5 Best Disguised Robots Amongst Transformers Toys

Transformers News: Top 5 Best Disguised Robots Amongst Transformers Toys


3. Transformers Masterpiece Grimlock (MP-08)

The reason for his inclusion here is because this toys defies everything else really. Someone knowing you like transformers would assume any car you present them, or is spotted in your home, transforms. You also would probably have them in robot mode if taken out of their nice boxes. BUT this guy is a whole other story. In fact my brother commented on how awesome my Mecha Godzilla toy was when he saw my MP Grimlock on my shelf. Speak of an amazingly disguised robot. Unlike any of the others on this list, this toy in alt mode looks complete and accomplished, with the idea that this toy would sell as a non transforming separate entity to the Transformers brand. It is functional with it's own gimmicks and is probably kept even more in this mode than the robot mode. Unlike the G1, you can't even spot his robot hands under his feet, the robot is fully hidden (in plain sight too!). His amazing, detailed and unique alt mode distracts anyone from thinking that it can also transform into a robot.

Transformers News: Top 5 Best Disguised Robots Amongst Transformers Toys

Transformers News: Top 5 Best Disguised Robots Amongst Transformers Toys


2. Transformers G1 1984 Megatron

G1 Megatron realism has caused so many problems in the past, to the point that Hasbro can never release a realistic gun Megatron again. I myself had my own problems importing it from Japan. It was held up at customs for over a month until the Canadian government opened the box and inspected it.

Transformers News: Top 5 Best Disguised Robots Amongst Transformers Toys

Better yet, this toy was involved in a 3 hour standoff in Windsor Canada (of all places) when a 25 year old man who was just fed up of his life, held his neighbours at gunpoint... using g1 megatron in gun mode. They even had to lockdown a nearby school due to the gun scare. This is a quote from the actual news article:

The three-hour standoff forced the lockdown of a nearby elementary school, and drew a police response that included tactical officers, body armour, submachine guns, sniper rifles, a police dog and the mobile command centre.


All this due to how well disguised G1 Megatron is.

Transformers News: Top 5 Best Disguised Robots Amongst Transformers Toys

Transformers News: Top 5 Best Disguised Robots Amongst Transformers Toys

Transformers News: Top 5 Best Disguised Robots Amongst Transformers Toys


1. Transformers Alternators Grimlock

The alternators series brought it back to the G1 days where autobot cars had interactive and somewhat detailed cockpits, and were meant to resemble other toy cars. This series went for that very same idea, having alt modes that resembled licensed car models perfectly, with visible motors, detailed dashboards, opening doors, everything you'd expect from a high quality model car. Except it also transfomred into a robot. The alternators are all great replicas of licensed cars but the mustang model went an extra mile by having an entire piece cover the bottom to give extra detail and hide more of the robot. This gives the robot a whole lot of shell but also an amazing disguise. No one can guess this guy Transforms unless they know exactly what kind of toy it is.

Transformers News: Top 5 Best Disguised Robots Amongst Transformers Toys

Transformers News: Top 5 Best Disguised Robots Amongst Transformers Toys

Transformers News: Top 5 Best Disguised Robots Amongst Transformers Toys


Honourable mentions:

Transformers Revenge of the Fallen Optimus Prime

The big factor here that distinguishes this mold from other releases of the movie Peterbilt truck is the back of the cab section that removes any holes giving hint that this is more than just a truck. The view from the bottom gives nice symetrical pannels that hide the head and most of the robot kibble.

Transformers News: Top 5 Best Disguised Robots Amongst Transformers Toys

Transformers News: Top 5 Best Disguised Robots Amongst Transformers Toys

Transformers News: Top 5 Best Disguised Robots Amongst Transformers Toys

Transformers Classics Megatron

There is not one single angle or part that would make anyone think this is more than a kid's toy gun. There is even a crosshairs in the scope and the trigger gives a satisfying click. The main reason it didnt make it is due to the less realistic nature of this alt mode.

Transformers News: Top 5 Best Disguised Robots Amongst Transformers Toys
Transformers News: Top 5 Best Disguised Robots Amongst Transformers Toys

First Official Images of Armor Knight Turbo Changer Hound from Transformers: The Last Knight Toys Discussion Thread

Transformers News: First Official Images of Armor Knight Turbo Changer Hound from Transformers: The Last Knight Toys Discussion Thread
Date: Tuesday, May 16th 2017 10:02am CDT
Categories: Live Action Movie News, Toy News
Posted by: william-james88 | Credit(s): Toysrus France

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We have seen Armor Knight Turbo Changer Hound with all the other Transformers: the Last Knight toys at Toyfair, but we had yet to get any official images. Well, thanks to a tip from Seibertronian Scotty P, we now have images from Toysrus France. It is an early listing and no stock is available yet. What is fun to see here is that this simplified Hound has a totally different transformation scheme than the other new simplified Hound molds for this line where instead of his missile racks becoming his arms, they become his legs. While Megatron is getting a lot of love with new molds in this film, it seems the runner up would be Hound.


Transformers News: Re: Transformers: The Last Knight Toys Discussion Thread

Transformers News: Re: Transformers: The Last Knight Toys Discussion Thread

Transformers News: Re: Transformers: The Last Knight Toys Discussion Thread

New Images and Listing for Transformers: Rescue Bots Knight Watch Bumblebee

Transformers News: New Images and Listing for Transformers: Rescue Bots Knight Watch Bumblebee
Date: Friday, May 12th 2017 11:50am CDT
Category: Toy News
Posted by: Bronzewolf | Credit(s): Argos

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Seibertronian RAR has pointed us toward a new listing on the Argos website for Transformers Rescue Bots Knight Watch Bumblebee! We previously saw this version of Bee at Toy Fair, but this is the first we've seen of a listing for the figure as well as stock photography! The description illustrates how Bumblebee can turn into a dragon, and his two Mini-con buddies can combine into his battle axe. The description also strangely mentions that, even though the figure is part of the Rescue Bots toy line, he was "inspired by the New Transformers Movie". Take that as you will, here's some of the stock photos for the figure, and you can click on either of them to be taken to the Argos listing!

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Transformers News: Re: Transformers: Rescue Bots Toy Products and Merchandise

In-Hand Image of Transformers Titans Return Seaspray and Cosmos

Transformers News: In-Hand Image of Transformers Titans Return Seaspray and Cosmos
Date: Wednesday, May 10th 2017 3:07am CDT
Categories: Toy News, Sightings
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): Primeultimus

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While we had seen the packages at Toy Fair Australia (see here), fellow Seibertronian Primeultimus brings us in-hand looks at new kid on the beach Seaspray and repackaged (from Generations) spaceboy Cosmos from the Titans Return toyline Legends class! Check them out below, and keep your optics peeled for more news soon!

Transformers News: In-Hand Image of Transformers Titans Return Seaspray and Cosmos

Review of IDW Transformers: Lost Light #5

Transformers News: Review of IDW Transformers: Lost Light #5
Date: Wednesday, May 10th 2017 2:38am CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Reviews, Site Articles
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): IDW

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Means of Creation
A Review of Transformers: Lost Light #5

As spoiler-free as I can make it.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Transformers: Lost Light #5
If there's light, there's shade.

Here we are on part 5 of 6, "Modes of Production", the latest chapter of author James Roberts' massive Transformers tale. With just forty pages to go when you start Lost Light #5, you may be wondering just how much will end up resolved by the end of "Dissolution". After all, there are several plots all running concurrently: a whole crew of characters from the book's namesake ship that have been displaced twice-over to the point of finding themselves in another reality, a new duo of characters that fans have been trying to figure out, tension between former Decepticons and parts of "Team Rodimus", a Whirl/Tailgate/Cyclonus soap opera side-plot, Nightbeat and Rung's ongoing conversations, Megatron and Terminus' interrupted reunion, the return of Roller to action, mysteries of the Functionist Council, more clarification to get to on Rung, and then finally there's the whole part where the alternate Cybertron our heroes are on is slowly being torn apart by a Luna 2 that's been converted into some sort of gigantic galactic recycling unit.

Phew. I've probably missed something.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Transformers: Lost Light #5
Why is he suddenly Rick instead of Brainstorm?

With Mr. Roberts clearly going for some kind of plot-juggling world record, it falls to this review to try and decide how it's working out (that is the point of these, right?) It took some careful reflection and multiple reads, but to be completely honest, it's just impossible to know how good this issue is without being able to read issue 6.

Before you accuse yours truly of going for the review-cop-out world record, hear me out. Is the pacing of this issue justified, where very dense pages jump from point to point interspersing some of the main focus with secondary stories where needed, sometimes tangentially in Roller's case? Are the interludes, including one heavy exposition dump with respect to Rung, worth the space they're taking up in a book with so much going on? To repeat a question one can find in spades over both our own Energon Pub Forums and out there online: Is the space given to Anode and Lug in this arc deserving of its inclusion? I don't know because I don't know what they're for yet. "Knowing what someone turns into is not the same as knowing what someone's for", indeed.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Transformers: Lost Light #5
The catch is that your friends stopped reading.

While the paragraph above wasn't directly critical, it does bring up a point that I'll just come out and say explicitly: "Dissolution" feels written as a trade paperback and the month-to-month reading cycle is suffering for it. I felt this way before during "Elegant Chaos", and that turned out quite amazingly well in the end. This issue has a healthy amount of effective, meaningful, and downright quality material that gives hope that everything is, indeed, fine.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Transformers: Lost Light #5
Rescue Bots! Roll(er) to the Rescue!

One of these highlights involves an A-Lister of the Transformers franchise. Megatron and Terminus are one of the more fascinating duos in an issue/series/meta-series/universe of sometimes-robo-monogamy (platonic and otherwise) that Roberts has created. In this issue we see things progress logically, with some moments including Roller that are simply fantastic. Morality, peril, specters of the past, and peace through the tyranny of choice are all examined when these two are on the page. In a book with a big cast this is the kind of material that serves as an anchor, especially in this case as we're reminded of the ultimate reason that Megatron is caught up in all of this to begin with. Even readers jaded with this story - you know who you are and it's ok to have opinions - will have a hard time not wanting more of these two in my opinion.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Transformers: Lost Light #5
That's a question you should ask yourself, Megatron. Wait...

Then there's this. Quite possibly the biggest mystery in Transformers comics of the past five-plus years is beginning to be brought into the light. Will this issue tell you what Rung does? Yes, and you'll need to read it to find out whether or not the answer is "Drilling! Takara Tomy loves drill tanks after all." Lost Light #5 stops just barely short of giving the total 360° answer about what Rung is for. If you've read the issue, you might take pause at that statement, because there was a very great deal explained. However, when reflecting on the last scene of the book I began to wonder if, perhaps, there are more to Functionist Universe Rung's present desires than... there appear to be.

What? What happened?

Transformers News: Review of IDW Transformers: Lost Light #5
Those Lunabots would be handy now, yeah?

Comics are a visual medium and I've said little about that side of this issue so far. This is probably worthy of at least a night in Fan Jail because it's almost perfect to me from this standpoint. Artist Jack Lawrence's characters continue to evolve visually in this issue in a pleasing way. In some cases, this evolution brings characters closer to looks established by Alex Milne while in others, Lawrence continues to put his own touch on the series. The line work, aided by Joana Lafuente's tonally appropriate color palettes and Tom B. Long's usual lettering masterwork, gives a book that is by my count 96% pure eye candy.

The 4% that's not? The final panel. I think this needed either a big splash spread or perhaps some different posing by one of the characters involved. The point is still made and wow, what a moment! That is a thing that has been built up since 2012! Unfortunately, the visual delivery came across somewhat underwhelming. Of course, maybe that is the real point and I don't truly grasp it, but that's the kind of fun chatter we can get to in course when you reply to this post to debate, opine, and converse in our Energon Pub Forums.

Returning to the good stuff, there are four really and truly outstanding covers available for this issue, including another installment in Nick Roche and Josh Burcham's beautiful series of character vignettes that you'll see in this review's News Story thumbnail. As always, you can find full credits and covers in our database entry for Lost Light #5, along with a list of characters that appear in the issue so do be aware of possible spoilers.

Verdict
Some Spoilers Present Below
Transformers News: Review of IDW Transformers: Lost Light #5

When reviewing Lost Light #4, I said that scores don't feel fair to big multi-part works. I stand by this even moreso for #5 as a standalone work. Taken as part of the whole, it's quite good, but with so much going on and the finish line so close, it ends up being partially victimized by its purpose and by the need for some of the resolutions occurring. The Anode interlude stops the pace dead for a reveal that, rather unfortunately for involved fans like myself, was guessed by the fandom at large two months ago. Brainstorm somehow became a wisecracking parody of himself at some point and I find myself missing the brutally clever scientist we used to know. There's more I could pick out for criticism but it wouldn't change the point, that being that despite all the good stuff in here, there's also just enough that feels off the mark to drag down the finished product.

This needs #6 and it needs it soon. Very possibly, this is an inappropriate score to give something that deserves much, much higher, and in moments it really genuinely does. However, without knowing what everything here was for this is all I can commit to from a strictly critical perspective. I will freely admit if this was too low in #6's review. For now and with a dose of hesitation -

. :CYBERTRON: :CYBERTRON: :CYBERTRON: and 1/2 out of :CYBERTRON: :CYBERTRON: :CYBERTRON: :CYBERTRON: :CYBERTRON:


Bonus! James Roberts' soundtrack suggestions for this issue:
  • Orlando - "Just For A Second"
  • Pedro The Lion - "Of Up And Coming Monarchs"
  • Tarwater - "All Of The Ants Left Paris"

Encore Bonus? Uniclock Update? Unfortunately, actual real world scary things and warmongering would make it a bit insensitive and tone deaf for me to continue including this little feature, which was intended to be a fun and possibly self-deprecating bit of humor. If that doesn't make sense to you, please do realize this was not inspired by 'Watchmen'.

New Robots in Disguise One Steps Revealed with 3rd Strongarm Mold and Heatseeker

Transformers News: New Robots in Disguise One Steps Revealed with 3rd Strongarm Mold and Heatseeker
Date: Monday, May 8th 2017 9:15pm CDT
Category: Toy News
Posted by: william-james88 | Credit(s): Red Mercury

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The Robots in Disguise line is continuing strong in all its classes, including the one steps. Believe it or not, Hasbro is going to release a third mold for Strongarm in the one step class, meaning a completely new transformation. That means Strongarm has had a new one step mold for each year and subline. You can see the previous molds following the new one whos only image we have is in it's package. The 5 mm port on the top is interesting and hints at a possible interactivity with the new mini-cons coming out.

This new toy was found on Red Mercury, a Japanese import site (since several Japanese Transformers fans feel the need to import Hasbro products and these will cost them $22 each) and it also had a listing an image for another new one step, Heatseeker. This character is getting a lot of attention in the toyline with also getting a legion class toy. None of the other stunticons are getting this much attention.

Enjoy these two new in package images. You can see the robot mode as a render on the side.

Transformers News: New Robots in Disguise One Steps Revealed with New Strongarm (3rd mold) and Heatseeker

Transformers News: New Robots in Disguise One Steps Revealed with New Strongarm (3rd mold) and Heatseeker

Here are the previous Strongarm One Step molds

Transformers News: New Robots in Disguise One Steps Revealed with New Strongarm (3rd mold) and Heatseeker
Transformers: Robots In Disguise Strongarm Gallery

Transformers News: New Robots in Disguise One Steps Revealed with New Strongarm (3rd mold) and Heatseeker
Transformers: Robots In Disguise Strongarm Gallery

Better Look at Series 2 Tiny Turbo Changers from Transformers: The Last Knight with Hot Rod Alt Mode and More

Transformers News: Better Look at Series 2 Tiny Turbo Changers from Transformers: The Last Knight with Hot Rod Alt Mode and More
Date: Saturday, May 6th 2017 10:21pm CDT
Categories: Toy News, Event News
Posted by: william-james88

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The recent news of the series 2 Tiny Turbo Changers brought to light some older toys we had seen at Toy Fair. We are lucky here at Seibertron that the site owner had been so diligent with the images because these show without a doubt that it is Hot Rod we are getting, since we see his alt mode clearly on the show floor. We also see Cogman's alt mode and Sqweek's alt mode, which is great since his Turbo Changer figure looked like it wouldn't transform.

So without further ado, here are the robot modes for the figures followed by images of them on the show floor so you can now mix and match them to get a more rounded look at the figures in both modes and confirm who they are.

Transformers News: Better Look at Series 2 Tiny Turbo Changers from Transformers: The Last Knight

Transformers News: Better Look at Series 2 Tiny Turbo Changers from Transformers: The Last Knight

Transformers News: Better Look at Series 2 Tiny Turbo Changers from Transformers: The Last Knight

Transformers News: Better Look at Series 2 Tiny Turbo Changers from Transformers: The Last Knight

Transformers News: Better Look at Series 2 Tiny Turbo Changers from Transformers: The Last Knight

Transformers News: Better Look at Series 2 Tiny Turbo Changers from Transformers: The Last Knight

Transformers News: Better Look at Series 2 Tiny Turbo Changers from Transformers: The Last Knight

Transformers News: Better Look at Series 2 Tiny Turbo Changers from Transformers: The Last Knight

Transformers News: Better Look at Series 2 Tiny Turbo Changers from Transformers: The Last Knight

Isabella Moner Reveals Transformers: The Last Knight Deluxe Barricade

Transformers News: Isabella Moner Reveals Transformers: The Last Knight Deluxe Barricade
Date: Wednesday, April 26th 2017 8:38am CDT
Categories: Live Action Movie News, Toy News, Event News
Posted by: william-james88 | Credit(s): transformers facebook page

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In Day 3 of Reveald Your Shield Week, Hasbro's promise of revealing a new Barricade figure is kept where they reveal Deluxe Barricade for the first time ever.
Yes, this is the very same figure already found in stores and that we have already seen for months now. But since this figure was absent from Toyfair with 0 stock images given by Hasbro proper to the media, this is their official reveal fo the figure (even if we saw him in yesterday's stop motion video).

Enjoy the video below of Isabella Moner showing us this "new" figure and remember to let Hasbro know who you allign with.


New Image Of Megatron From - Transformers: The Last Knight

Transformers News: New Image Of Megatron From - Transformers: The Last Knight
Date: Sunday, April 23rd 2017 7:26pm CDT
Category: Live Action Movie News
Posted by: WreckerJack

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Fellow Seibertronian Deadput has discovered this new picture of Megatron from the upcoming movie. He looks just like his action figure that was revealed to us at Toyfair earlier this year. If you want to see more images from Transformers: The Last Knight, some pictures of Hot Rod are also available for your viewing pleasure.

Transformers News: New Image Of Megatron From - Transformers: The Last Knight

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