Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by SilverOptimus, Aug 6, 2016.
Nice, very nice tf Yoda idea.
Batteries not included
I'm still having trouble picturing this thing move around on the big screen. I almost feel like this is another one of Bay's misinformation campaigns and we'll see this guy bite it in the first five minutes.
So, they're adding the little Dickensian street urchin robot from Futurama?
megatron: "so they sent a child to kill me well i'm not going down with out a fight" *breaks his crutch*
So incredibly cliched and uninspiring. Welcome to Oz.
I can't un-see BOB from The Black Hole.
I can only hope he is related to the Junkions, maybe works with the junk truck aka Wreck-gar??
I'm guessing his handle bars and the.......grippy thingy form some kind of grabber type thing.....like....A CLAMP!
This guy has the most impractical design since Armada Nightbeat. I mean, handlebars as hands? A wheel and a kickstand for legs? It's a miracle Sqweeks can move at all!
At Cybertroncon he was introduced as the "R2-D2" of the Transformers universe by Josh Feldman and referred to as a Vespa-bot.
Personally, I don't like all these stupid min-bots in the movies - they detract from the storyline and the main bots, but I guess they're trying for the kid and their cute robot market that tends to be successful a lot of the time.
That is almost exactly what I thought when Bay released the first image. I thought...oh no they are going for the bb-8 craze....
I love this character design and description. Because by introducing this, it means Bumblebee can transition away from being this.
isn't that the point?
I think that they're trying to create the same effect BB-8 had. Correct me if I'm wrong but we getting another orphan girl with a small "adorable" machine?
That would require character growth/development.
I kinda want to see him somehow move his "legs" around to have the wheel in the middle so he can roll around to move, with the other "leg" being mainly for balance while standing still. :O
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