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Alexandra Trew was visiting Universal Studios Florida, when she attempted to snap a selfie with Megatron (The Decepticon, not the football player) in the background. Megatron really doesn’t like selfies and social networks.
TakaraTomy’s consoles in disguise. Optimus Prime transforms into the original PlayStation, complete with a controller and a memory card, while Megatron turns into a Mega Drive with a controller and a Sonic cartridge.
As long as Michael Bay keeps making Transformers movies, Screen Junkies will be there to assess the wreckage he leaves behind. We feel bad for the people who paid to be exposed to this radioactive crap.
Illustrator Doom CMYK has been mashing up Daft Punk with other pop culture characters. His latest combo transforms the disco duo into Optimus Prime and Megatron. Just 30 prints are being made, so order now. Stickers included.
Whether he did it on purpose or not, YouTuber MR8866 satirizes bombastic, VFX-drenched summer blockbusters by combining just about every major franchise into one flick. Hollywood, just make this movie and get it over with.
The Transformers 30th anniversary Tour Edition features Optimus Prime, Megatron, Soundwave and Smooth Jazz as members of a glam metal band called Knights of Unicron. No joke. Available at the 2014 SDCC, or as always, on eBay.
Marky Mark discovers Optimus Prime disguised as a truck in his barn, but instead of being amazed by his discovery, he’s pretty nonplussed by the whole thing. Which reminds us… We’re hungry. Oil sandwich, anyone?
A full scale invasion threatens Earth, and not even Optimus Prime and Marky Mark can stop it. They need a dragon – er, a dinosaur. Michael Bay creates another whirlwind of fire and shrapnel in Transformers 4: Age of Extinction.
Ever encounter one of those April Fools’ pranks that sounds so good, and then you’re sorely disappointed to find out it’s not real? This is one of those times. Respawn and EA, get on the phone with Hasbro and make this happen now.
Illustrator Darren Rawlings envisions what classic vehicles from movies and TV would look like if they were robots in disguise. The Ecto-1 and Mach V are pretty awesome, but the Mystery Machine is downright epic.
This trailer for Transformers: Age of Extinction sets up the plot of Michael Bay’s fourth movie in the series. You don’t need the Autobots anymore? When your enemy is a giant robot with a gun for a face, you kinda do.
The primary reason to watch Michael Bay’s Transformers movies, packed in 10 minutes. YouTuber Tunglebrek compiled most of the transformation sequences from the first three movies in one video. Uncompressed copy here.
A limited-edition bundle from Nike and Hasbro, the Megatron Rises 3-pack pays homage to Detroit Lions WR Calvin “Megatron” Johnson. It has three shoes and a Megatron action figure. The shoes will also be sold separately.
Do the robot to this awesome track that beatmaker Andrew Kilgour aka Fresh Kils made using samples from the Transformers animated series. You can buy the track solo or as part of his Routines Beat Tape LP.
This tricked-out wine rack may look like something out of Hasbro’s offices but it was made out of old transmission parts by a lighting salesman. It stands over 6′ tall and is 1000lbs of kickass vino storage.