>implying a female robot wouldn't be attractive
Even then, Arcee has that cool older sister thing going on.
There's no such thing as female robots
But she's not even the sexiest robot.
Fair enough. Arcee does have a lovely chassis.
>Those point metal b-cups
>Better than these glorious golden c-cups
Also, is this how it feels to be pandered to?
Prime Arcee is best Arcee, but I do like Milne's classic Arcee.
best lesbian pair is windblade and chromia
all other answers are inferior
Shut up Boco.
I've had just about enough of you badmouthing my waifus.
>yfw you realize you want to fuck that robutt
>Prime Arcee is best Arcee
Some folks already do.
I cannot unsee Chromia as possibly beta idiot with a bad case of hoverhand.
Chromia isn't beta
She tried to hurt everyone who bothered windblade
Yeah, Chromia's toy is like 75% Prime Arcee, but I can get over it because it's a great body to begin with, and because her new kibble turns her into a Tron Lightcycle. Already pre-ordered her and the new classic Arcee.
Is it bad I wanna see Windblade with Screamer? Like seeing him want to go off the deep end again, and Windblade is there to stop him every time with a few words? Nothing too romantic just her being more or less his boss without him realizing it.
>Is it bad I wanna see Windblade with Screamer?
Yes, that pair is godawful.
However, you're not alone. There's stuff of them on tumblr if you look hard enough. I hate the pair so I saved none of it
>TFW she is perfectly modeled like a yoga instructor in stretch pants and sports bra.
>Literally one of my biggest fetishes along with minimal giant-ism and robutts.
In canon? Yeah, maybe. Too much ship bait, especially with a new character like Windblade would be pushing it. The idea of Windblade and Starscream having this uneasy balance of power and maybe her doing what you describe could be interesting, though. They're inevitably in the same book together, so they'll be interacting anyways.
In fan stuff? Go on right ahead. Nothing stopping you.
Series is over. You can watch the whole thing on Netflix. Until then, we have the sequel to look forward to in 2015. Unfortunately, it's called Robots in Disguise. Here's some designs.
Yeah. The comic is actually having to drop its title (for some dumbfuck reason it's gonna be just "the transformers" now which makes it even more confusing, especially since MTMTE is staying with its title, and they were meant to be counterparts in story AND in names so now it looks lopsided)
Whoever chose to use RID for something AGAIN was not bright.
From what I've seen, that seems to be a lot of folks' headcanon.
A lot of it is probably tumblr being tumblr, but Strongarm has been said to be a "rookie" Cybertronian cop, so I imagine there will be a bit of spaghetti spilling when it comes to working with people she may admire or look up to.
I prefer their in-canon interaction and relationship more.
Sure I'll read the guide. The guide that's posted nowhere in this thread. The guide that I wouldn't know about since I don't participate in Transformers General circlejerks. Thanks!
I'm not bothering cunts like you, I'm asking people in this thread who are willing to recommend their favorites. If you wanna act like a little shit go back to your autist circlejerk.
Dude, the guide's a reading list. Not a rec list. And you forgot to post it.
You got lots to choose from. You could always jump into MTMTE starting from #1 or RID from #1. These series are both constantly recommended. I DO NOT suggest starting from the middle of each series. I've tried, and I felt like I was missing a lot. In the guide, you could check out the short reads to see if this universe meshes well with you. It's not for everyone, I found. I also highly recommend Last Stand of the Wreckers as a stand alone. Also, I heard bad things about the Beast Wars based books in IDW. You might want to stay away from those.
If you're into retro-style comics, you could also check out the Marvel comics, (I could post the guide for that, too, if you want), and if you're a big fan of Jack Kirby or Tom Scioli, the Transformers vs G.I. Joe started. Issue #2 just came out. I think both are pretty fun.
are you saying lesbians aren't allowed
That's not how asking for recommendations work you little shit. If someone asks for what Superman comics to read, I'm not going to tell him to read the entire 80 year run. If you don't want to suggest a run then that's fine, but there's no reason to act like a cunt about it.
Thank you! Is the art consistent on the MTMTE runs and RID runs? Or does it jump around artists like most western comics do? I'd like to avoid any Liefeld-tier art jumps if I can.
Just read these:
-Death of Optimus Prime, a one issue comic that kicks off the next two I'm listing
-Robots in Disguise, by John Barber, which is about robots on cybertron and deals with politics and a mostly g1 cast
-More Than Meets the Eye by James Roberts, which deals with a rag tag group of Autobots on a whimsical journey to find some mystical dudes
Both of these take part in the same time period in-universe at different locations. They then meet up for a crossover called Dark Cybertron, then they split again after, and there's an addition of the Windblade miniseries comic, which is 4 issues long. RID and MTMTE are still ongoing.
There is a lot of comics that precede all of this, but most people seem to have little trouble.
The art does jump but each series has a normal team (Milne on MTMTE and Griffith on RID). Some issues have art that is...less good, but it's just a few issues here and there.
There's a few artists changes, but the main artist is pretty much Alex Milne. It's mostly consistent. You might get some shifts to bad art, especially during the Dark Cybertron crossover, but it's bearable. If you really want to avoid Liefeld-tier art, stay away from the Liefeld variant cover in Transformers vs Gi Joe. Fortunately, he is only the cover artist.
Speaking of preceding comics, if you ever wanted to read All Hail Megatron, you might want to do that first before you read any other IDW stuff. This is not because it is good. It is not. It's because if you read it before all the other IDW stuff, you will probably hate it more than if you do otherwise, in my experience.
>t's because if you read it before all the other IDW stuff, you will probably hate it more than if you do otherwise, in my experience.
...Isn't that backwards?
AHM is good if you have no knowledge of IDW, since it just seems like a very G1ish comic. But if you read everything before and after it you realize it rudely ignored all continuity and built plot just because it felt like it.
Truthfully? Probably Windbalde. It helps that Stone's art is easy on the eyes. The comics have a history of not being good to fembots for various reasons.
If you really want to dig, you might find some manga that appeals to your taste, but it would only be about a few panels worth.
Oh wait. I found a low quality preview pic with the text.
the animators gave her legit up skirts shots
I feel the need to get this off my chest.
I like Transformers Energon. I like it more than Animated, Beast Wars, and G1. I may just be blinded by nostalgia, seeing as how Energon is the first Transformers show I watched, but isn't that what happens with most G1 fans?
Yeah, nostalgia does that. As someone who likes things a whole lot of people hate, my philosophy is it's cool to have your preference. No shame in that. Just don't be blind to it's flaws, understand others' hate/love, and don't let it prevent you from enjoying other things.
Maybe because Chromia had a whispering scene of her own.
Yeah, yeah, whatever, I know. Fair point. Plus, they make better facial expression when they look face-to-face.
I am getting phenomenally bad at missing threads like these.
That would mean you're missing very few of them.
>First the Sari thread now this.
I'm losing my edge!
They're better when they're rare and special, aren't they?
I dunno, seems like every time I poke my head in there they're arguing about why a robot would have tits.
And by "arguing" I mean, "Both sides making the same points over and over again."
But I only visit infrequently, so what do I know.
I wonder how they're upcoming interaction will be. I just really wanna see Starscream wanting to do his usual routine and a combination of Rattrap helping him and Windblade talking him down another path. That and the other characters see it's not ALL about himself. He actually does care about cybertron as a whole and is protective of it. He just thinks he's the best for it no matter what.
Oh, the digital books with that art? They've been on my shortlist to buy for a couple months now. I just keep forgetting. I think there's going to be a third soon. That's like $30, which is a lot for digital art. Or it feels like a lot. Either way I've been putting it off.
That's what I've been saying for 7 years here, man.
Extra armor. Maybe they didn't wanna mass shift to their shoulders or hips. All we need now is one with an chest like Whirl and have them place their main cannon right above the crotch. And just have them say it's easier to switch modes if they put it there.
...isn't that Armada Starscream's body? Wasn't Armada Screamer like, a worn-down disillusioned ronin badass?
Why is it that in every page of this comic I see you guys post, he's a gigantic fucking weasel?
Is this one of those "alternate dimension" shenanigans?
My favorite explanation is that Transformers are mimics. They picked up our sexual dimorphism (as well as our concept of sexes) just like they picked up our slang and culture. As a bonus, most female Transformers also ended up being smaller and more lithe, so it saved on energy consumption, etc etc.
It gets muddy when you start looking at the various media that's tackled pre-Earth War Cybertronian life, but personally I think a lot of that stuff needs to be thrown out and started from scratch with an eye towards internal consistency. You could have things like Dinobots and female Transformers (and hell, even bipedal, humanoid robots) explained quite easily if you kept all that in mind when telling the tale of what it was like before they encountered Earth. It would be weird, but internally consistent if they weren't even humanoid before they landed on our planet. Then no one could complain about all the other weird stuff-- just point to the fact that they're mimics.
As it stands, that explanation still works okay if you squint a bit.
He's IS a giant fucking weasel, and acts exactly like he does in G1. Its an alternate dimension, but Starscream is exactly the same.
He looks like the Armada version because theres a new toy of that version out now, and Hasbro wanted the comic to promote it. So for no reason whatsoever, he had a makeover to look like Armada Screamer.
Maybe there was a resource crisis in outer colonies, so to save time and materials certain bots opted to imitate local wildlife and have internal energon processors installed to facilitate easier rearing of young protoforms via direct nursing. The trend caught on and spread around.
Or maybe I just have a lactation fetish.
Breastfeeding gets tricky because there's no reason for Hasbro to go into any detail about Cybertronian reproduction. When it is addressed, it's usually something akin to a manufacturing process since they are, after all, robots and it avoids any angry letters from parents demanding to know why they're kid's robot toys are having sex in the cartoon/comic series.
I really dig the idea of non-organic matter figuring out how to reproduce, so I'm totally on board with everything from Cybertronian breastfeeding to Cybertronian pregnancy. And not for fetishy reasons!
>He looks like the Armada version because theres a new toy of that version out now, and Hasbro wanted the comic to promote it. So for no reason whatsoever, he had a makeover to look like Armada Screamer.
I ask because you think 30 is a lot of cash for those, but with my exchange rates, we're talking about expending like 400 bucks per book.
I'm THAT desperate for those fucking things.
Well, are you a robosexual or aren't you, anon? A real clanger wouldn't hesitate to spend $400 for a book of bot babes.
Seriously though, my spark goes out to you.
Soundwave was the most badass character on the series, shame that his final fight was a disappointment
I mean, just look at how he put Arachnid back to the kitchen in Season 1 finale
I won't have this thread die. Not on my watch.
“WELL YOU KNOW SOMETHING, MEAN GENE?” Hulk Hogan calmly said as a spinning WWF Logo appearing behind him, “IT MAY SEEM A LITTLE STRANGE TO BE STICKING THE SAUSAGE TO A ROBOT, BUT ALL THE LITTLE HULKAMANIACS OUT THERE KNOW, OH THEY KNOW IT DUDE, THEY KNOW THAT WHEN A PRETTY SLORE WANTS TO FEEL THE THIRD LEGDROP OF DOOM IN HER STINK HOLE, WELL BRAH, THE HULKSTER DOESN’T NEED TO BE ASKED TWICE!” The Hulkster flexed, and then cupped one hand to his ear. “DO YOU HEAR THAT GENE-O? OH YEAH ROBOT DUDE, WHATCHA GOONA DO…WHEN HULKAMANIA EJACULATES ON YOU?”
Man, I really liked Animated's lady bot designs. It's such a shame that more girls weren't a part of the main bot cast.
How do you like your fembots to feel pleasure? What sorts of "erogenous zones" do you enjoy them having? Do you like them fully fuckable? Are there ways to conceive of that that don't just install fleshlights between their legs? Please educate me.
I encountered Wildstar's equivalent of Vanilla Barrens, then got lost trying to get a house. Lots to learn in that game. I bought it primarily to play as a sexy fembot.
Sexual reproduction can be simple. Just not for inorganic beings. That makes it fun!
Alright, you know how pretty much every Transformer has a face that is malleable just like a fleshy face? They can all talk with "oohs" and "ahs" and all that? That means that at least some parts of them are soft, squishy and/or yielding. The more fun areas can be just as squishy. Jokes aside, if a Transformer wanted your cock, they could make it an intensely pleasurable experience without having to invent new materials to do so.
I like them fully fuckable. Beyond that I put literally no thought into it whatsoever on purpose. If I think about it too much it ruins the fantasy.
>Sexual reproduction can be simple. Just not for inorganic beings. That makes it fun!
It's more with the canon that gets weirder, but I digress. I mean, if you want a sexual reproduction with inorganic beings, I say you should make the concept simple. In a way, having a streamlined process or idea makes the complicated stuff easy to put in for the nitty gritty. So, basic idea, details can be as complicated as you want.
In some future cartoon, they need to play the idea of the big fembot having a crush on the human boy. I don't even want anything to happen between them, she just needs to have that kind of emotion on screen.
Tarn is the face of the guys who kill those who stray from the Decepticon cause.
Soundwave is the one who's face is naturally that way, and his idea of Decepticon what is is pure.
That seems like something they could have already done by now. As long as you make it clear that the boy thinks it's weird, it should be fine for kids TV.
But she doesn't have reproductive organs.
Even taking into account that new age SJW "social/mental gender" nonsense, a species that physically has no gender and does not introduce wouldn't even be able to begin to consider the concept of any form of non-physical gender. Gender, for all intents and purposes, should not exist on Cybertron.
Theoretically, Cybertron technically shouldn't have genders. The problem is, Transformers is ultimately a franchise that is created and aimed at a species that does have genders. And that's the real reason why this even became an issue and topic.
I like to think they have a softer silicone/synthflesh underneath the hard metal to cope with expansion and reduction in extreme temperatures. Their faces being made of more of this. So their erogenous zones are the ones where they need to be elastic and flexible. The neck, the underarms, the leg joints. The hands if they're not covered in armor. Also, other than installing a fleshlight, I don't see them being completely fuckable unless they're extremely adapted to alien culture or one of the few that are smaller than Tailgate and roughly human sized.
Drew this thing.
I did, and all I got was a robot with no tits that likes to piss on shit.
Honestly this is possible. In multiple continuities there has been empty space in the torso of certain bots. Usually said its a bit tight. I could see a decepticon like that DJD guy who's an electric chair doing something. Like...incorporating a sensory chamber in that point. Forced to watch what they're doing, hear it, possibly see and smell it. Could make it even better by making it a sensory transfer device.
"Our scout has gather vital intelligence, are great personal risk".
"Great! Lets have him read it out to us!"
"Here it goes...'Oh how do I love thee? I love thee more than a fresh oil change. I love thee more than the smell of fresh carnauba wax. Oh my love, if only you were not so small and soft, for I fear I would crush you in my arms'... and it just goes on like this, for 47 pages."
"Team? Your thoughts?"
"Optimus, this is possibly the most advance encryption algorithm I have ever witnessed."
"I agree, I don't think we will ever decode it."
"Well that's it then, we are back to having nothing."
"Back out on patroll."
He was also a pretty cool guy that rhymed and stuff.
She'll make a cute mom, to that adorable little putrid abomination against nature.
Anyone else notice the cute thing she does with her mouth? Is this a robot version of kitty face?
>Hasbro will never approve of this idea
Tons of times in G1.
There's a whole episode where Seaspray falls in love with an alien who is also a mermaid and at one point turns into a transformer herself.
Also >autobots shouldn't have gender/sex
They're a race crated by Primus/Quintessons/whover in the continuity you want to focus on and not JUST outright machines/computers, they are technology that mimics life. For the same reasons that they all have personalities and aren't just cold unfeeling computers, they should be able to fuck, because fucking is what living things do.
So enjoy their engine-revving tire-spinning orgasms
One time I went to /toy/ and saw a thread with a lot of such arguing over why transformers had masculine/feminine traits at all. I suggested the quintessions actually planned to sell transformers to organics at a profit at some point, and made them that way for marketing reasons.