Rated: G • Summary: Finding himself at the mercy of Optimus Prime, Thundercracker bargains with the only thing that he has to offer: a story. It is a tale from a time when the Autobots were led by an Iaconian lawman named Sentinel Prime.
Rated: G • Summary: At Christmastime, a young photographer makes a pilgrimage into the desert to get a shot of a robot. When that robot turns out to be Megatron, things do not go as planned. A story about not getting exactly what you expect for Christmas.
Rated: G • Summary: As a sign of goodwill between Maximals and Decepticons in the wake of the Pax Cybertronia, Beast Wars Ravage and Beast Wars Ironhide prepare a cover version of “Ebony and Ivory,” all proceeds of which are to go to charity. “Perfect harmony” does not ensu
Rated: G • Summary: Starscream decides that “Transformers: the Movie” would be much better as an operetta. Galvatron disagrees, and kills him anyway. Apologies to Paul McCartney, whose song, “Hey Jude” may have certain similarities to Starscream’s ballad-come-threnody.
Rated: G • Summary: “What walks on four legs at dawn, two legs at noon, and works for the Tripedacus Council at dusk?”
Ravage reminisces over a lifetime of friendship with the greatest leader the Decepticons would ever have. But oh, how the mighty have fallen
Rated: G • Summary: It is the last day of the Transformers’ war on Earth. Thundercracker and Drench are two diametrically different robots trying to deal with what they did during the war, and determining whether there is life after the Decepticon army. The sky meets
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