Posts Tagged ‘Transformers’

“Transformer”

June 29, 2009

There’s a reason why you should secure your laptop.

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Watch as Voltron comes to life on an oil canvas

December 8, 2008

Watch as artist Robert Burden paints Voltron on an 11 ft. x 7 ft. canvas. Check out more of Burden’s art at his official website.

Holy crap…my childhood is in a standoff at San Diego Comic Con 2008

October 22, 2008

Yeah, that’s flippin’ Bumblebee in a standoff with Cobra soldiers.  This is kind of a tough one to call as they’re both manufactured in Japan, so they probably are equally as durable, and last twice as long as American toys.  Anyway, that is an actual Bumblebee costume constructed by a fan for San Diego’s Comic Con 2008.  Nicely done.  Another pic. below.

See more at Transformers Live Action Movie Blog.

Treat your computer nice or IT WILL KILL YOU!

August 26, 2008

From The Wrong Door on the BBC network.

Michael Bay Verizon commercial: AWESOME

July 10, 2008

Look, I can’t stand this guy’s films, but at least he has a sense of humor.

Michael Bay’s rejected script for “Batman: Dark Knight”

July 8, 2008

Tee he…..chuckle. Just imagine if Michael Bay, director of such stunning films as “Bad Boys” and “Armageddon” had been given a crack at the latest Batman film.

Check it out here.

Also, see this spoof called “Killing Michael Bay” which sort of sums up how a lot of people (with taste) feel about Bay’s films.

Mars Phoenix lander collects soil samples, transmits images

June 14, 2008

About three weeks after it landed on Mars, the Phoenix lander has collected particles that offer a snapshot of millions of years of life on the Red Planet, the team behind the probe said Friday.NASA’s 420-million-dollar lander has also possibly located ice and is half way to offering scientists on Earth a 360-degree view from its landing site in the Martian polar region, with rocks and hills fading into the dusty distance.

“We’re getting about twice the data volume we were told to expect,” said Peter Smith, Phoenix principal investigator at the University of Arizona.

The team is hoping to find evidence of the existence of water and life-supporting organic minerals in the polar region, on the basis that the similar areas on Earth preserve traces of climate change and signs of life.

More here.

This is exciting, but are we really so arrogant that we forgot what happened the last time NASA received images from Mars? We never learn….

Tshirt of 40ft. tall Semi-truck/Robot deemed offensive enough to nearly get man arrested. Yes…I said a tshirt.

June 3, 2008

Oh Nanny State, you never cease to provide me with material.

Brad Jayakody, 30, from London, said he was stopped from passing through security at Heathrow’s Terminal 5 after his Transformers T-shirt was deemed ‘offensive.’

Read the rest here.