callmepo:

Thundercracker"So, that’s what Megatron meant with ‘This time you three will report for a very special extra duty.’”
Starscream"I will kill him for that !"
Cybertronean Nudist Beach by CallMePo

Hahah Love it !! :D Makes you wonder what they did this time…^^

callmepo:

Thundercracker
"So, that’s what Megatron meant with ‘This time you three will report for a very special extra duty.’”

Starscream
"I will kill him for that !"

Cybertronean Nudist Beach by CallMePo

Hahah Love it !! :D Makes you wonder what they did this time…^^

angelofmilkyway:

I ship Starscream x Windblade.

Just try to stop me! XD They look so great together! Wannabe leader and his empress look-a-like. No, I am serious. It’s way perfect! They complete one another and I already like the both of them better together than separate. Who’s with me?

I ship them as well !! Whether they like it or not. XD

razorsaw:

Things that certain Transformers fans think are perfectly normal things for alien robots from outer space to be:

  • Animals, such as jaguars, condors, lions, wolves, and dinosaurs
  • Robots who split apart into two alternate modes
  • Robots who use other robots for guns, swords, or…

ask-dr-knockout:

The human horror films one got me… HAHHAAHA!!!

nondesignated:

silentgiantla:

Animated artwork by Rebecca Mock

Fine, detailed and subtle animated artwork created by New York illustrator Rebecca Mock. Apparently the animated gif back to stay, gradually more and more people are exploring this old format and customers asking for shouting. Several of these illustrations were created for the New York Times or The Warlus magazine.

Website // Tumblr // Twitter

goingloco:

Shut up, Metalhawk.

doctorwinchesterin221b:

megustamemes:

And yet the guy in blue stripes is ready to fight with no fear in his eyes

image

"Conceal don’t feel"

woodendreams:

(by Gleb Tarro)
zuperbuu:

THIS SERIES. Honestly, to those who have been unfortunate to NOT be part of the latest Transformers Comic series I encourage you to pick up some copies and READ IT. It’s by far the best comic series of the franchise to-date, and has far more depth in character development and story writing than any of the TV shows have ever had (and way more action, violence and other exciting things you won’t get in a bayformer movie or kids tv show). And Starscreams story arc is by far the best example of this.In the good old G1 show Starscream was a whiny brat, slapped about but never really punished for his dangerous ambitions (until the G1 movie, but we all agree that was long overdue and was not exactly Megatron doing the punishment.) In the old G1 comics he was killed several times, driven mad a few times to boot, and eventually was laid to rest for good. His personality didn’t change very much. His videogame WFC and FOC versions aren’t any different.Armada Starscream was a badass but maintained a slight nod to his G1 roots of being ambitious and somewhat of a brat at times (I admit I couldn’t stomach the entire Unicron Trilogy and gave up on it.)TFA tapped into the traitor we grew up with in Starscream, and made him far more dangerous if not persistent. He too succumbs to death (twice) and mental torture on several occasions. His life is pretty shitty.We’re not even going to mention Bayformers version, since we know so little about him besides he dies like a coward as is the tradition.Prime’s Starscream was a breath of fresh air; he possessed the ambition and ‘I’m better than Megatron’ theatrics we know from g1, but he also had the smug attitude and guile from his TFA counterpart. And taking elements from Armada Starscream, he also shows he can be useful to the Autobots…providing it benefits him, at least.We all know how alluring and cunning that SOB is…just LOOK at him.Ok, now you have recollected some of the Starscreams you’ve known and loved (or hated) over the many franchises…let’s talk about the RID/MTMTE story-arc Starscream.In the beginning he was just like his old g1 self; exploiting any loopholes in megatrons plans to benefit himself, claiming authority when he had not earned it, making orders when they were not necessary…this is obvious in the first instalment which I suggest you read to get you started “All Hail Megatron”. (You can read Infiltration first, as you probably should, but it isn’t necessary.)As expected, Megatron’s plot fails and he is left in a state were he cannot lead the Decepticons; it then falls to Starscream to pick up the pieces and keep the troops morale up until Megatron is fit again…and oh boy…things turn to shit VERY quickly, and it gets to a point were Starscream is literally asking for Megatron to kill him (when he returns to see the mess). Megatron tries to coerce Starscream to retaliate, or protest against his failures, but he gets nothing out of him but…well…what you see in the picture above sums it up (this panel is taken from that very comic, Spotlight: Megatron) Starscream doesn’t care any more; his dreams shattered at his feet, his hopes crushed at every attempt to fix the mess he was left with. It awakened something within him that he had lost sight of for many long years…his true ambition.Remember Transformers: Exodus? That books fantastic, you should read it if you haven’t already. Anyway, back then you see that Starscreams vision was identical to Orion Pax and Megatron; it was just making said vision a reality that differed between the three of them. And under Megatron’s wing, Starscreams ‘vision’ began to distort and he eventually lost sight of his true goals. The confrontation with Megatron in ‘Spotlight’ makes him realise this, and we see him tread a slow path from this point onwards until the start of Robots in Disguise, where his vision becomes one step closer to reality…until, you guessed it, something shows up and screws him over…only this time it wasn’t Megatron or the Autobots. (But it didn’t stop Megatron enjoying his suffering.)I have spoilt enough for you. Please, if you’re in the Transformers fandom and haven’t read these wonderful comics yet, I strongly suggest you do. The artwork is brilliant, the story is captivating, and it will change (or enhance) your perception on Transformers forever.

zuperbuu:

THIS SERIES. Honestly, to those who have been unfortunate to NOT be part of the latest Transformers Comic series I encourage you to pick up some copies and READ IT. It’s by far the best comic series of the franchise to-date, and has far more depth in character development and story writing than any of the TV shows have ever had (and way more action, violence and other exciting things you won’t get in a bayformer movie or kids tv show). And Starscreams story arc is by far the best example of this.

In the good old G1 show Starscream was a whiny brat, slapped about but never really punished for his dangerous ambitions (until the G1 movie, but we all agree that was long overdue and was not exactly Megatron doing the punishment.) In the old G1 comics he was killed several times, driven mad a few times to boot, and eventually was laid to rest for good. His personality didn’t change very much. His videogame WFC and FOC versions aren’t any different.

Armada Starscream was a badass but maintained a slight nod to his G1 roots of being ambitious and somewhat of a brat at times (I admit I couldn’t stomach the entire Unicron Trilogy and gave up on it.)

TFA tapped into the traitor we grew up with in Starscream, and made him far more dangerous if not persistent. He too succumbs to death (twice) and mental torture on several occasions. His life is pretty shitty.

We’re not even going to mention Bayformers version, since we know so little about him besides he dies like a coward as is the tradition.

Prime’s Starscream was a breath of fresh air; he possessed the ambition and ‘I’m better than Megatron’ theatrics we know from g1, but he also had the smug attitude and guile from his TFA counterpart. And taking elements from Armada Starscream, he also shows he can be useful to the Autobots…providing it benefits him, at least.
We all know how alluring and cunning that SOB is…just LOOK at him.



Ok, now you have recollected some of the Starscreams you’ve known and loved (or hated) over the many franchises…let’s talk about the RID/MTMTE story-arc Starscream.

In the beginning he was just like his old g1 self; exploiting any loopholes in megatrons plans to benefit himself, claiming authority when he had not earned it, making orders when they were not necessary…this is obvious in the first instalment which I suggest you read to get you started “All Hail Megatron”. (You can read Infiltration first, as you probably should, but it isn’t necessary.)
As expected, Megatron’s plot fails and he is left in a state were he cannot lead the Decepticons; it then falls to Starscream to pick up the pieces and keep the troops morale up until Megatron is fit again…and oh boy…things turn to shit VERY quickly, and it gets to a point were Starscream is literally asking for Megatron to kill him (when he returns to see the mess). Megatron tries to coerce Starscream to retaliate, or protest against his failures, but he gets nothing out of him but…well…what you see in the picture above sums it up (this panel is taken from that very comic, Spotlight: Megatron) Starscream doesn’t care any more; his dreams shattered at his feet, his hopes crushed at every attempt to fix the mess he was left with. It awakened something within him that he had lost sight of for many long years…his true ambition.

Remember Transformers: Exodus? That books fantastic, you should read it if you haven’t already. Anyway, back then you see that Starscreams vision was identical to Orion Pax and Megatron; it was just making said vision a reality that differed between the three of them. And under Megatron’s wing, Starscreams ‘vision’ began to distort and he eventually lost sight of his true goals. The confrontation with Megatron in ‘Spotlight’ makes him realise this, and we see him tread a slow path from this point onwards until the start of Robots in Disguise, where his vision becomes one step closer to reality…until, you guessed it, something shows up and screws him over…only this time it wasn’t Megatron or the Autobots. (But it didn’t stop Megatron enjoying his suffering.)

I have spoilt enough for you. Please, if you’re in the Transformers fandom and haven’t read these wonderful comics yet, I strongly suggest you do. The artwork is brilliant, the story is captivating, and it will change (or enhance) your perception on Transformers forever.