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Why are there no Heavies fics? Heavies are those two huge bara mechs we can see in Whirl’s flashback and near the end of “Shadowplay”.


Their names are Hammer and Anvil and they are (were) BIG.





Roberts was asked a question on many peoples’ minds: will we see the Decepticon Justice Division react to Megatron’s change of heart? Roberts said we would: Tarn, head of the DJD, is “Megatron’s ultimate disciple,” and is best versed in Decepticon philosophy. The DJD will find out about Megatron and their paths will intersect. It’ll be a clash of ideologies, with Megatron’s old philosophy (as embodied by Tarn and the DJD) vs. his new philosophy. We’ll see Tarn vs. Megatron “In a huge, huge way. At the right time. Or the wrong time as far as certain people are concerned.”

James Roberts, at the WonderCon IDW panel

This has probably already been posted and I missed it but… omg. Megatron baby… Tarn baby… (T⌓T)

I’m so worried that Tarn (and the rest of the DJD) is going to die and feel like there’s a fairly high chance that he will. Though if he does, it seems likely that he’ll be killed by Megatron himself and if he had to choose any death, that’d be the one he’d want.

(via megatronstarscream-personal)

Hi! Who'se invented Trepan and what does he even transform into?


Trepan is a James Roberts character, i’m pretty sure. He showed up in the script, Alex came up with a design, and I slapped some colors on him [color scheme inspired by Mordin Solus from the Mass Effect games, actually!] As for what he transforms into? I have no idea :T


Batman Beyond - Batman 75th Anniversary Short


Ten giant robots on the search for the divine;
One broke a rule, and then there were nine.

Nine giant robots who were nothing more than freight;
An explosion tore the hull apart, and then there were eight.

Eight giant robots falling down from heaven;
One burned up in the atmosphere, and…


2 - The High Priestess: Drift

Continuing his journey, the Fool comes upon a beautiful and mysterious veiled lady enthroned between two pillars and illuminated by the moon. She is the opposite of the Magician, quiet where he was loquacious, still where he was in motion, sitting while he stood, shrouded in the night where he was out in the bright of day. Sensing that she is a great seer, the Fool lays out his sword, chalice, staff and pentacle before her. “The Magician showed me these, but now I’m in a quandary. There are so many things I could do with them. I can’t decide.”

The High Priestess doesn’t speak. Instead she hands him a pair of ancient scrolls. Seating himself at her feet, the Fool puts his decision-making on hold and reads by the light of her crescent moon.


A desperate horde of cut-out pieces, laid out and barely sewn together. 

More info here.