Posts Tagged ‘Transformers’

Transformers Animated – “Blast From the Past” Episode 6 Recap

by Neo Yion December 4, 2012
Bulkhead tries to be more graceful when he wrecks everything in his path. Meanwhile, Megatron reveals himself to Sumdac and tricks him into creating the Dinobots. Bulkhead is pretty far down my list of favorite characters ever. The Big Guy trope doesn’t do it for me; it usually revolves around how simpleminded and idiotic such […]

Transformers Animated – “Total Meltdown” Episode 5 Recap

by Neo Yion November 26, 2012
 Bumblebee feels inferior when his teammates endlessly tease him. Can he prove his worth with the arrival of new villain, Meltdown? Remember when I mentioned how pathetic the human villains are in the last recap? Scratch that, Meltdown is an exception. Prometheus Black can be best defined as Isaac Sumdac’s opposite. The biggest distinction is […]


Transformers Prime – “Darkest Hour” Episode 52 Recap

by Neo Yion November 5, 2012
Wow, what a rush. I was unsure how season two’s finale would top last season’s. The “One Shall Rise” trilogy brought forth Unicron (essentially the Transformers Devil) and pulled an unexpected plot twist where Optimus loses his memories and joins the Decepticons. That last twist came out of nowhere and drove me into anticipation for […]

Transformers Prime – “Regeneration” Episode 51 Recap

by Neo Yion October 29, 2012
The Autobots engage in an all-out battle with the Decepticons for the Omega Keys. This episode was a chore to sit through. As heart-pounding and unexpected as it was, it’s marred by questionable decisions, convenient twists and plot holes. The biggest issue is Dreadwing’s death. Unable to side with the Autobots yet unwilling to betray […]


Transformers Prime – “Patch” Episode 50 Recap

by Neo Yion October 25, 2012
Megatron digs deep into Starscream’s mind to evaluate his true loyalties. Clip shows are hard to write for. What is one, other than a glorified thirty minute recap? Somehow, Transformer Prime’s second season slapped in two of them, one of which is completely abysmal. While “Grill” resolved the fake Optimus issue from a previous episode, […]

Transformers Prime – “Inside Job” Episode 49 Recap

by Neo Yion October 23, 2012
Stuck onboard the Nemesis, Smokescreen attempts to retrieve the Omega Keys from the Decepticons. Ever the naive kid, Smokescreen spent the better part of last episode’s “Hard Knocks” boosting his own ego. He thinks he is destined for greater things because he’s part of Optimus’ crew and had openly declared how special he is. As […]


Transformers Prime – “Hard Knocks” Episode 48 Recap

by Neo Yion October 19, 2012
The Autobots race for the remaining Omega Keys. In the end, they discover something unexpected. For the life of me, I will forever be confused by the official plot summary given to “Hard Knocks” because it makes it sound like Knock Out and Starscream would have more screen time than what they actually got. Knock […]

NYCC 2012: Hasbro’s “Transformers” Panel Report

by Todd DuBoison October 18, 2012
Thursday was the least crowded day at New York Comic Con, but fans still filled the room for Hasbro’s afternoon panel for the Transformers brand. From Hasbro Studios in Burbank, CA, Transformers Prime producers Jeff Kline and Duane Capizzi were in attendance, as well as Executive Director Brian Lenard and Vice President of Development Mike Vogel. […]


Transformers Prime – “Alpha/Omega” Episode 47 Recap

by Neo Yion October 11, 2012
The Autobots must find the four Omega Keys to restore Cybertron, but Megatron interrupts, now possessing the power of the Primes. Last episode had Optimus receiving a message from one of the Thirteen, Alpha Trion. He tells Optimus to find the four Omega Keys located in four different directions. Immediately my first thought was, “Didn’t […]

Review: “Transformers: Rescue Bots: Roll to the Rescue” While You Guys Were Fighting Unicron …

by on October 10, 2012
Transformers is the story of violent giant robots that destroyed their own planet with a stupid and pointless war, then brought their battle to Earth and seem always on the verge of destroying that planet, too. Characters are locked in constant conflict. They suffer, and they die. Because the characters are robots, such things have […]