In the first of four prelude videos leading to the Transformers: Combiner Wars animated series, Autobot leader Optimus Prime recalls how he ended the last great war. Here’s a hint: one stands, one falls.
This is not a screenshot. It is not a piece of two dimensional fan art. This is a fan-modded Optimus Prime action figure. Seriously.
"Freedom is the right of all sentient beings" reads the quote from the original Optimus Prime's bio cards, a sentiment without which we wouldn't be here today, leaving him off of a list of the best transforming Optimus Prime toys.
The only thing harder than trying to convince my parents to buy me a toy robot when I was a kid? Trying to convince them to buy me five toy robots that formed a bigger one. With the Transformers Generations Combiner Wars toy line I finally have my Superion. Well, mostly.
You thought they'd stop at a Mega Drive Megatron? Ha! Oh, no. There's an Optimus Prime PlayStation Transformer in the works, too.
I love Transformers. I don't mean the toys, the cartoons, the comics, any of that stuff. I mean the new Transformers, the Michael Bay Transformers.
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.
We knew Activision's upcoming Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark combined two Transformers continuities. Now it's three, as the original Optimus Prime arrives to show the other two how it's done.
While everyone was busy politely arguing over the teaser trailer for Transformers 4: Dino Riders, Hasbro put the first toy for the fourth film in the franchise up for sale. What do you think of Transformers: Age of Extinction First Edition Optimus Prime?
I know you all had your heart set on an Xbox One or PlayStation 4, but stop and think a moment. Is that new console purchase going to keep you from spending nearly $800 on a 17-inch, non-transforming metal Optimus Prime with remote control lights and sounds?
Last night during its annual pre-New York Comic-Con party, Hasbro unveiled the first toy tie in for 2014's Transformers: Age of Extinction. It's Leader Class Optimus Prime, and he makes me sad.
Hasbro is calling them Transformers Prime: Beast Hunters, but that's not what I'm calling the upcoming third season of the animated series and the corresponding toys. A dragon that transforms into a robot and a red-and-blue figure that's vaguely reminiscent of the original Optimus Prime? These are the new Beast Wars,…
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.
Spotted over at the Midtown Comics Facebook page, this glorious work from comic book artist Phil Jimenez doesn't represent an actual project in development, which is a damn shame, because this...this. This.
How the mighty have fallen. Once the proud leader of the Autobots, an instantly-recognizable hero in either of his iconic forms, and now he's a mere preorder bonus. Not just that; he's a retailer exclusive preorder bonus. Now who will light our darkest hour?
Here's one of the best Grand Theft Auto IV mods I've ever seen: a look at what happens when Transformers hero Optimus Prime invades Liberty City.
There is no doubt I'm at the Hasbro showcase for all of its new Transformers, Marvel, GI Joe and other toys here in New York City. The truck gives it away.
For Transformers fans craving more of the original robots in disguise, Glu Mobile sends us a single screenshot of Transformers G1: Awakening to light our darkest hour.