I just thought I'd log in and pose some questions... I got Alpha Trion today. And on the back of his box it has a blurb about how great Primus is. Everywhere I read, watch, or hear Transformers...There is mention of Primus. The creator of the Transformers... Now I love the work that Simon Furman did on TF, BUT... Creating Primus was the worst thing he ever did writing for TF. I prefer the idea put forth in the first issue of the marvel g1 comics: "Yet, life had evolved here. It had grown and adapted and thrived in its environment remarkably well" And: "Whereas life in the cosmos usually evolved through carbon-bonding, here it was the interaction of naturally occurring gears, levers, and pulleys that miraculously brought forth sentient beings." Basically, it seems more ... epic for lack of a better word, than any explanation involving Primus (a god). In issue 73 or 74 of the marvel g1 comic, it is said that the universe itself created Primus to battle Unicron. This demands the question, how did the universe become aware and alive? Was this ever explained in any TF media?