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Bumblebee met Optimus Prime when he was delivering a message to him. Breakdown, Megatron and Starscream, Bumblebee embarked with Optimus on a .. In Trust Exercises, Bumblebee and Grimlock preformed their trust exercise test. Starscream has Megatron as his boyfriend and loves him very much as does as time went by the two became friends and then evolved into a relationship. The years will be a test, but nothing will keep me from loving you. One could say that Megatron and Soundwave are like Deception versions of Optimus Prime and Ratchet. The Decepticons escaped when Optimus Prime returned in a new body and destroyed the Citadel. However, Optimus Prime was able to defeat Unicron and Shockwave may of left the.
Female Transformer Breasts Protruding chest areas are a common sight on Transformers, with characters like Prowl and Bluestreak wearing their vehicle mode hoods as huge "monoboobs. Some even have two separate and even more distinctly rounded breast-like protuberances, particularly in their fictional depictions.
BlackarachniaAntagony and Beta all fall into this category.
One, Thunderblasteven has visible nipples. You're going to look, aren't you? Meanwhile, Legends Arcee had partially visible cleavage as her armor is consumed by Kickback.
Lips Though not female, Silverbolt 's got sexy nice lips. Another common feature to denote gender in female Transformers is distinctly fuller, plumper lips than is standard, such as Blackarachnia's in Beast Wars. As far as males go, none of them have differently colored lips, but some do have noticeably thicker lips. Generation 1 Orion PaxSilverboltStreetwiseOverlord and Shoukifor instance, have lips that can easily compete with the females', as does Animated Optimus Prime.
Hips Dan Reed, you perv.
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Alike to humans, many a female Transformer has a distinctly more curving hipstructure and sports smoother, more shapely thighs. See also the Sexuality section below. Questionable body parts Not Astroboywe swear! Nearly all Transformers seem to possess noses for no discernible functional reason, Beast Wars characters and movieverse Ratchet being exceptions. Movie Megatron also notes that he can smell Sam when the latter is trying to escape from him, and Ironhide remarks that he can "smell" Demolishor.
This would seem to imply that movieverse Transformers have a form of olfactory systems. The idea of noses is somewhat 'fixed' in Transformers Animated and Transformers Prime by having the noses be a visible part of the robot's helmet as opposed to being part of their face.
This is somewhat nonsensical even within in the context of the show the contents of Transformers chest cavities had been shown several times beforeand is doubtless merely meant as a one-off sight gag.
Although listed separately above, breasts and "nuts, bolts and screws" would also fit under this category quite well, seeing as there doesn't appear to be any use for them on Transformers, other than to show them off.
Prime and its eyebrows Prime also has Megatron and sometimes other Decepticons referring to consumed Dark Energon "flowing through my veins! Animated Scrapper and Mixmaster have buttcracks.
All brawn AND brains! Predaking has an organic brain when he is sliced in half in the Zone cartoon. Unicron also has an organic brain in the G.Tough Love -- Megatron & Starscream
Joe crossover, Black Horizon Part 2. Later handwaved by explaining that the particular Unicron in the crossover came from the universal stream Gargent Dark of the Moon 's Sentinel Prime seemed to have something in his head resembling a brain after Optimus executed him. Other biological functions Sleep In the Marvel G1 comic, Trailbreaker plays a prank on Huffer while he is in "rest mode. Back from the Dead Kup later attempts to rouse a vision-struck Optimus Prime by urging him to "wake up"—then reminds himself that "we don't sleep!
In the The Headmasters cartoonMindwipe is able to use a form of hypnotism on the Autobots, which can include lulling them to sleep. In the Omni Productions dub, Grimlock notes the strangeness of a robot feeling sleepy.
This ability is also shown by Hellbat in the Victory cartoon. Take flight and retreat!!
- Soundwave (WFC)
Decepticons, it is with deep sorrow that I note for the log Megatron's spark has been extinguished Without a means of leaving this world, we Autobots take strength in the bonds we have forged with our three young friends - true warriors. If not in body, then in spirit.
My name is Optimus Prime, and I send this message.
Though we did not choose to be of Earth, it would seem that we are here to stay. If you approach this planet with hostile intent, know this: We will defend ourselves. We will defend humanity. Masters and Students[ edit ] Vechicon Soldier: If we failed to conquer Earth under Lord Megatron's command, what hope do we have now while the Autobots still defend it? I studied for millennia under our former master, thus I am equipped to lead you.
Maybe it needs one of these doohickeys You're a motorcycle, Arcee. Shouldn't you know how to build a motorcycle engine? You're a human, Jack. Can you build me a small intestine? Rise and serve your new master! Skyquake serves only one master. Your loyalty and devotion will set a fine example for the troops.
Valentine's Day, a transformers/beast wars fanfic | FanFiction
No need to be timid, Skyquake - you may bow. You fail to grasp my meaning. I am here on a mission, assigned to me by my one master: Skyquake, I located you. Thus I, Lord Starscream, am now your master!!! Scrapheap[ edit ] Raf Esquivel: I've always wanted to see snow. I would invite you to join, Rafael, but the conditions are much too extreme, even for we Autobots.
Nick Roche has a rather distinctive style of drawing faces, but it does not always lead to them resembling their own general appearances. The Starscream face Nick used in this issue is one I really liked and felt worked for the character especially in the mental state he spends almost the whole issue in.
In general, where body designs make characters identifiable, it then will feel like they have received a generic face - something I thought really afflicted Megatron here. It's kind of minor, and otherwise the art is quite nice, especially in the vehicular combat sequences which I normally find can go really well, or really badly all down to the skill of the artist.
Transformers Spotlight: Megatron - Generation One - IDW Comic Book
A true victory for Nick Roche can be seen here when two characters with no conventional facial features, Shockwave and Soundwave, are made extremely facially expressive. I don't even know how that works, but it happened. Despite being set around events of other older issues, Spotlight Megatron is not inaccessible for the uninitiated at all.
There may be a few references that won't make sense without knowing a little background, but the story can be read entirely self-contained with no significant loss. Mark that as another point in favor of the writing, as it could be all too easy to let a story set between issues like this get mired down in continuity, or trying just to fit in the continuity.
Happily it seems there are gaps enough around these events that inserting fiction here was no problem, and managed to enrich the existing story in the process. That's a good Spotlight.