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These illustrations reimagine political leaders ranging from Barack Obama to Vladimir Putin as Transformers that reflect their countries and politics.
The 1992 Peterbilt stunt truck and the customized 1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS from "Transformers: Age of Extinction" hit the auction block next month.
Christmas is right around the corner, so take a page out of these comic books and deck some halls -- and maybe Santa, while you're at it!
The studio and Hasbro have announced a deal to create an interconnected movie universe featuring G.I. Joe, Micronauts, Visionairies, M.A.S.K. and ROM.
Following the model of the "Transformers" writers room, the screenwriter will supervise similar creative sessions for "G.I. Joe" and "Micronauts."
If ever you've wanted a Transformers collectible figure, this highly detailed 16-inch Starscream from 3A Toys may be the one.
Optimus Prime annexes our planet in February's "Transformers" #50 -- but is it for noble reasons?
The toy company is uniting toys, comics and video games for a multiyear tale across the Transformers brand.
The "Transformers" writers' room has mapped out the future of the blockbuster franchise for the next decade.
Comic Book Legends Revealed examines whether Marvel was hedging its bets on its first adaptation of Hasbro's Robots in Disguise.
Akiva Goldsman will write the franchise's fifth film, while "Ant-Man" scribes Andrew Barrer & Gabriel Ferrari work on an animated origin story.
China may have gotten a head start in the Transformers arms race, but thanks to an auto-repair shop in Oklahoma, the U.S. may finally stand a fighting chance.
"Transformers" writer Mairghread Scott spoke with CBR TV about adding "Windblade" to the Hasbro toy box and remixing Shakespeare at Archaia.
Unable to afford a large toy model his had his eye on, the shipyard welder instead built a life-size replica.
In an achievement of both modern technology and baking ingenuity, a father crafted an Optimus Prime cake for his son that actually transforms.
Hasbro, Activision and IDW Publishing combined to give fans the scoop on the latest in Transformers toys, games, comics and TV.
Mairghread Scott and Corin Howell discuss what lies ahead for Windblade, Arcee, Chromia, Nautica and the rest of the Transformer survivors.
John Barber and Andrew Griffith "breathe new life into the generation one characters" in "Transformers" #43.
Physicist by day, LEGO builder by night, Ralph S. is a hobbyist who has constructed a transformable model of Optimus Prime entirely out of LEGOs.
Comic-Con International: San Diego has come gone and gone, and with it a metric ton of reveals from DC Collectibles, Hasbro, NECA and many more!
The upcoming all-new online series takes place in the middle of "Generations: The Combiner Wars."
The "Lost" veteran talks with SPINOFF about adapting the James Patterson novel, and his upcoming work on "The Dark Tower" and expanded "Transformers" franchise.
In the aftermath of the Combiner Wars, Windblade heads to Cybertron to enlist the lost colonies in "Transformers: Windblade" #4 from IDW.
The '80s throwback brawler features designs and voice actors from the original "Transformers" animated series.
Steven S. DeKnight brought "Daredevil" to life on Netflix, and now he's joining forces with other big names to work on the "Transformers" films.
The head writer talks with SPINOFF about how the new animated chapter of the Autobot saga pushes Bumblebee from sidekick into leading-man territory.
Christina Hodson and Lindsey Beer are the first women announced for the franchise "writers' room," tasked with developing sequels, prequels and spinoffs.
Hasbro's CEO suggests the fan-favorite yellow Autobot could get his own movie in the planned "Transformers" cinematic universe.
"Ant-Man's" Andrew Barrer and Gabriel Ferrari have joined the team behind Paramount's expanded universe plans, which may include a Cybertron origin movie.
"The Walking Dead" creator will be part of Paramount's "writers' room" shaping its upcoming "Transformers" films, along with Zak Penn and more.
Can the Transformers take down Starscream? Find out in John Barber and Livio Ramondelli's "Transformers" #41 from IDW Publishing!
Using borrowed action figures, Harris Loureiro spent six months creating an all-out battle between Decepticons and Autobots.
Tailgate causes mischief for the rest of the Lost Light Crew in this exclusive preview of IDW's "Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye" #40.
In addition to bringing in Akiva Goldsman to oversee expansion of the universe, Hasbro CEO Brian Goldner offers a tentative release date for "Transformers 5."
Writer Georgia Ball joins IDW's Transformers franchise in July with the adaptation of animated series "Transformers: Robots in Disguise."
Seeking to promote the republic’s history and values, officials plan to produce action figures to replace “unhealthy” Western imports like Spider-Man and the Transformers.
Following in the footsteps of studios like Disney and Fox, Paramount hopes to create an expanded universe for its "Transformers" franchise.
The farmers in China's Hunan Province have transformed the giant robot sculptures into a $160,000-a-year-business.
Starscream seeks to grow his Cybertronian Empire by taking over the Windblade's homeworld in Barber & Ramondelli's "Transformers" #39 from IDW.
Maighread Scott and John Barber explain the insane ambitions of Cybertron's dark lord Starscream, and why Transformers are "inherently male and female."