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Thirty Five Years

Happy thirty fifth anniversary to Transformers: the Movie. Til all are one!

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Thirty Five Years – Thirty Five Thoughts #28: Against All Odds

It was the summer of 1986 and the Autobots and Decepticons were on the big screen in their own animated movie. What I had already seen had been fairly shocking, but things might have been about to take a turn … Continue reading

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Thirty Five Years-Thirty Five Thoughts #27: Childhood’s End Part 2

Last week, we covered the stunningly high body count in the 1986 animated feature Transformers: the Movie. Familiar characters were dying at an alarming rate, but the worst was yet to come. This was the scene that scarred an entire … Continue reading

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Thirty Five Years-Thirty Five Thoughts #26: Childhood’s End Part 1

In August of 1986, Transformers: the Movie was released. It took me around a solid week of begging and pleading to convince my mother to finally take me to see it; in her eyes I wasn’t old enough to sit … Continue reading

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Thirty Five Years Thirty Five Thoughts #25: Dare to be Stupid

Honestly, things are crazy right now, so let’s have a little music. This little ditty, when it found its way into¬†Transformers: the Movie, became the reason why Weird Al was synonymous with Transformers. This came full circle in 2008, when … Continue reading

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Thirty Two Years

Thirty two years ago, this movie hit theatres. An entire generation of children were traumatized for life when they learned that Autobots could actually die. Yeah, the ’80s were harsh.

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