This week, Prime tells you a story of how he met his boyfriend. But there's a twist in the tale.
All in my look at WAR STORY!
It's a new volume and a new continuity this week as Prime takes over the comic.
First, I give a brief overview of the opening of the CARTOON.
Then it's into the new comic, as Bulkhead turns out to be da bomb at training in The Safe and the Failsafe!
A Ko-Fi blog request by Stuart Denyer. If you’d like me to write about something, one donation gets you a blog of your choosing.
Sherlock Holmes is of course one of the greatest fictional heroes of all time, up there with Dracula in terms of being both one of the most adapted characters of all time and ruined by Steven Moffat.
There have been so many variations over the years, from fighting World War II to fighting Matt Frewer’s accent, he has covered ever period and trend from his original Victorian era England to the 21st century.
Mr Denyer was kind enough to ask me what my five favourite adaptations of Holmes are, which I’ve cheated a bit to stop it being my five favourite Brett adaptations. It’s also basically a very personal list, so there’s going to be at least two things here that will make serious fans roll their eyes, for which I offer no apologies.
This week, it's the 50th issue, the end of the third volume and the day Ironhide goes shopping for clothes.
It's also the second worse interaction with humans for Ratchet in my look at Automatic for the People!
And, due to circumstances, I'm going to open up blogs in exchange for KO-FI again. Anyone is welcome to ask me to write a piece on any subject of their choosing.
This week, in the last Transformation of the decade, it's the answer to the question you've all been asking:
Why did Epps decide leave his job of having giant robots constantly try to kill him?
Plus, Soundwave goes a little peculiar.
It's all in my look at DEALING WITH THE DEVIL!
This week, it's a big one as we hit the last week of June in 2011. Which can only mean one thing, I talk (a lot) about the time Optimus Prime and the real Buzz Aldrin teamed up in my look at the film of Dark of the Moon!
Plus, Soundwave has an insane economic plan in the second issue of the comic, Gold and Blood!
And a very merry Christmas to you all.
It's been a hell of a day for fascism in the UK.
Luckily I'd written most of my look at the first issue of the Dark of the Moon comic first.
Starscream is out to stop Optimus Prime from hearing a name that may ring a few bells in Fight for Fiesole!
This week, it's the final ever British Transformers comic by Simon Furman!
And also John Davis-Hunt, and the Revenge of the Fallen comic itself.
Will Wheelie get his comeuppance? And what did happen to Jolt?
It's all in my look at A Short, Sharp Lesson!
This week, is our beloved hero Wheelie about to turn traitor?
Will Spaldash get over his pain in the neck?
And why is Bludgeon so happy?
Find out in my look at Divided Loyalties!
Stuart Webb. Who knows everything about nothing and not a lot about that.