Discussion in 'Transformers General Discussion' started by sevenlima, Dec 31, 2017.
Oh. There's a wiki?!
Of course there's a wiki.
Cool. Thanks for sharing. I'm gonna check this out.
Makes me wish all these dudes would get new toys. There's the late post-86 and wacky appeal, then there's the appeal coming from the world building through inferring that they are aliens.
Pretty much the only reason I am getting any of the Prime Master toys now is because they can populate the "hives of scum and villainy" and other locales in my figure displays. (I need to find larger aliens... ) They don't really fill my criteria for Primes or Pretenders.
I wish how animals from another planets look like.
You wish you knew what they might look like?
Yes, but i believe they're too freaking and some not.
There's always Ax, Visser Three and Taxxon from the Animorphs line...although I dunno if transforming from one alien into another alien really counts when there's no robot mode.
But would be a too freaking animal ?
Can we get an Arrowtongue Transformer? Because if your going to go alien, you can’t get much more alien than Expedition.
An Arrowtongue running down some Thornbacks:
Where can we see more stuff like this?
The book Expedition by Wayne Barlowe, its framed as a joint Human-Yma (a benevolent alien race) expedition to the planet Darwin IV, the book I saw filled with lots of drawings and artwork of the Darwinian fauna. Which, unlike most aliens which are just earth creatures with some fanciful flourishes, Darwin IV’s species are truly alien: none have jaws or eyes, instead seeing with sonic and (possibly) infrared sensors, and feed by filter-feeding or sucking up prey’s liquified innards.
The book was also sorta adapted as the mockumentary Alien Planet (which you should be able to find on YouTube) But IMO they left out the best creatures.
No jaws, no teeth ? where's the funnny in that ?
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