Look, I’m old. I acknowledge and accept that. And I understand that despite the Avengers, Spider-Man and Captain America, that bright and colorful costumes are considered “lame and outdated”… But I seriously thought this was a Xena reboot the first time I saw it.
I even like the costume, but seriously… There are other colors in the spectrum other than black, brown, rust, copper and charcoal! Seriously Snyder… Do you need a color wheel? I got a spare left over from my art college days. I’ll just give it to you. Come on, man!

Look, I’m old. I acknowledge and accept that. And I understand that despite the Avengers, Spider-Man and Captain America, that bright and colorful costumes are considered “lame and outdated”… But I seriously thought this was a Xena reboot the first time I saw it.

I even like the costume, but seriously… There are other colors in the spectrum other than black, brown, rust, copper and charcoal! Seriously Snyder… Do you need a color wheel? I got a spare left over from my art college days. I’ll just give it to you. Come on, man!

thehappysorceress

archiemcphee:

This awesomely cute and geeky video depicts a day in the life of a pet AT-AT. It was created in 2010 by Patrick Boivin, a self-taught French Canadian filmmaker who says, “When I was a kid, there are two things I wanted badly and never got… A real dog and a Kenner AT-AT Walker.” Here Boivin has taken care of both of those desires with “AT-AT Day Afternoon.”

Pet AT-ATs are a much smaller and decidedly more playful and cuddly breed than the sort that participated in the Battle of Hoth, although the little guys do appear to have it in for the squirrels. Also, should you consider adopting a pet AT-AT, be forewarned that their droppings are exceptionally, well, villainous.

Visit Patrick Boivin’s YouTube channel to check out more of his videos.

[via io9]

monzo12782

monzo12782:

It’s planet Cybertron, Bumblebee, and the brand-new female Transformer Strongarm from the San Diego 2014 Transformers: Robots in Disguise trailer! More to come!

I’m really excited about this show. I’ve always been a fan of the cel shaded CG style, and I know it’s not been done well in the franchise’s past. (Lookin’ at you Energon.) But seeing that it’s the same animation studio that did Prime, the same writers, the same universe… The toys (at least the one non-one step toy that we saw) looks to be in the same style as the previous line’s… I’m sold on the whole thing.

And Strongarm? I’d be drawing fanart right now, if I didn’t have a page t get done first. (I’m gonna hurry up and get it done, so I can!)

dcjosh

itswalky:

siphersaysstuff:

monzo12782:

A collection of contemporary reviews of The Transformers: The Movie.

See, I remember reading reviews in the papers pretty much universally panning the ‘86 movie when it was new. And the home video guides were no less forgiving when it was finally made available then.

Loud, gratuitously violent, confusing, and you can’t tell the robots apart.  All Transformers movies ever, forever. 

Reblogging for great justice. :)