Last month, Kotaku first reported that Optimus Prime was getting a special PlayStation Transformer. But that was concept art only! Now, we get a look at the actual toy. It's wonderful.
I didn't! Then again, I've never really thought about it.
People dress up as famous characters and ask for money all the time. But how many of them dress as Bumblebee and ask for money for a trip back to Cybertron?
You thought they'd stop at a Mega Drive Megatron? Ha! Oh, no. There's an Optimus Prime PlayStation Transformer in the works, too.
Transformers is quite popular in China. Heck, the latest film is set in the country. There are many diehard Chinese fans. One of them shelled out $32,000 for his collection.
Just think, you can buy a new car or 6.5 foot Optimus Prime? Oh, and it doesn't transform, it just stands there. And points—at you, probably, laughing silently.
Tuna. Shrimp. And salmon. These aren't pieces of fish, but rather, transforming robots. Meet Osushi Sentai Sharidaa. They are robots that transform into sushi. Holy mackerel!
This year marks the 30th anniversary of Transformers. There's a big expo going on for robots at the Venetian Macao in, well, Macau.
This is an Optimus Prime Transformer. It transforms into a pen. That's pretty much it, but goodness, what else do you need?
You heard me. Japan has a Transformers themed hotel room. It's outfitted with toys and Transformers bed linen. What more could you need, really?
This week, a gentleman—no, a hero—named Zhao Ming dressed up as Predator and proposed to his girlfriend at a bar in Changchun, China.
Earlier today, director Michael Bay was attacked on the streets of Hong Kong, where he is filming Transformers 4.
There's more than meets the eye with these Transformers. You are actually looking at scrap—discarded car, motorcycle, and machine parts—that has been lovely sculpted into the iconic robots. Thank Chinese Transformers fans for that.
Leave it to a Japanese lube maker to keep Captain Kirk's seat free of rust. Oh my.
Fakes. Copies. Knock-offs. Cheap imitations might get a bad name, but that doesn't mean they are uninteresting. Take these phony Transformers, for example. They're pandas! And they're wonderful.
Licensing company Harmony Gold is suing Hasbro, claiming a G.I. Joe/Transformers box set Hasbro offered at Comic Con infringed on its copyright for Macross, Mospeada, and The Southern Cross television anime series. Read more on ANN.
It looked like any other boring old email. But, as noted by Reddit user Sarranoob, it was anything but. It was an email in disguise.
There's more than meets the eye at this year's winter festival in the northern Japanese city of Asahikawa. There's a huge Transformers snow sculpture.
This is the work of Chinese artist Nkzhangwang, who did a masterful job of weaving a Chinese visual sense into the famed Japanese mecha. Just look at it! Stunning.