With all the talk about the last Harry Potter book and also thoughts that DC's Final Crisis might be DC's way of ending the DC Universe, it's got me thinking what if Hasbro were to suddenly decide that they wanted to have one last Transformers series to be the definitve end to the Transformers mythos? Like no more cartoon, comics, or toys after that series. Hasbro annouces that the next incarnation of Transformers is the cap off to the Transformers mythos. They tie the cartoon, comic line, and figures to this one series. Something like... I don't know...a Crisis on Infinite Cybertrons or something (something pull-out-all-the-stops amazing good that has us eagerly awaiting for the last 3 parter and last issue finale and wanting to be completionists with the figure line). And at the end of the 50 episode cartoon, 12-ish issue maxi-series comic, and 4 wave figure line that's it. No more Transformers. I know that this isn't happening anytime soon or anything like that. And I know it already "ended" in the late 80s. Just what if our situation were like that of the Potter fans or DC fans if Final Crisis is the last thing DC does? What would you do in the aftermath of it? Would you go back and get figures you missed out on or just cut off your collection at what you had? Would you still visit the boards to discuss about Transformers past or still do fan-art/fiction? Or whatever else? What would you do if Transformers ended?