Engagement Shoot Makeup Brides By Brittany
Hey there! My October Birchbox came early this month!! I love the box, it’s for Breast Cancer Awareness Month this month! I absolutely adore Birchbox as a company because they empower women and encourage them to be themselves! For those of you who don’t know what Birchbox is, it’s a monthly beauty subscription that sends you 4-5 samples/deluxe size/full size products! All for just $10! I’ll leave the link below for those who’d like to sign up or just learn more about it! Okay, now let’s get into this month’s box!https://www.birchbox.com/invite/p8d9h Reason number 8753 why I love Birchbox, they include a card for the month. It describes their mission behind the products that they have chosen for the month and also includes descriptions and prices of the products in your box! The card says: At Birchbox, we know firsthand the power of beauty to inspire confidence, to change your mood, and to plain ol’ make you you happy. This October, we’re harnessing the power of beauty in a different way: to raise money and awareness for an important cause. We’ve partnered with The Estée Lauder Companies’ Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign and the Breast Cancer Research Foundation to find one year of breast cancer lab research hours. Breast cancer is one of the most prevalent health issues women face, affecting 1 in 8. That number is astounding. We’re proud to support the cause with dollars, awareness, and volunteer hours. We hope you’ll join us- and that you love what’s in this (very pink) box! W3LL PEOPLE Expressionist Mascara | $23.50All – natural, pro- grade mascara that lifts and lengthens lashes without chemicals or dyes. I’ve never tried anything by this brand before, but I chose this as my Sample Choice this month because Rachel from Birchbox says it’s the best day to day mascara! So being a mascara junkie, I instantly picked this to finally try out! Oh, and I absolutely LOVE it. Have you tried anything by W3LL PEOPLE before? EXO Supply Co. PureRemover Wipes – Lavender | $12These all-natural, acetone-free, on-the-go polish remover wipes are the perfect solution for nail emergencies. Hey Birchbox, two all natural products already this month! I love using organic, all-natural products whenever I can! So at first i thought these were makeup remover wipes but they are for nail polish! I have never used anything like this, but I’m down! I’m always messing up my nail polish but I’m sure I’ll just use these to take my nail polish off at home. Dr. Jart+ Ceramidin Cream | $48This lightweight, ceramide-packed cream calms and deeply hydrates skin. I’ve said this a million times, my skin is super dry and gets worse in the winter! I normally use coconut oil as a moisturizer or an Argan oil but I know Dr. Jart products are heaven so I’m beyond pumped to have received this in this month’s box! The weather is just turning cold and I can feel my skin getting drier! I’ve tried the Pores No More Primer by Dr. Jart and loved it! I’ll update you guys on my Twitter after I’ve used this! (You can find my social media accounts on the side of the page!) Acure Organics Cell Stimulating Facial Mask | $12.99This green clay mask helps shed weekly dirt and grime, activating stem cells and revitalizing skin cells. Ohhh I love this brand! My mom uses their facial cleanser and loves it! This mask is an Argan stem cell + chlorella growth factor. It’s vegan, sulfate free, cruelty free, paraben free, PEG free, petroleum free, phthalate free, silicone free, gluten free, synthetic fragrance free, it won’t clog your pores and it’s 100% biodegradable. Saturday nights call for Netflix and face masks! This is my new favorite and I am buying the full size tonight!! I love that it’s organic and it’s so affordable! Birchbox rocked it this month with 3 organic/all natural products! I love it! The directions for this mask is literally so cute I had to share:Apply evenly over the face until you look like a green sea-monster. Allow to set for 10-15 minutes. Rinse thoroughly to a refreshed and renewed you! Amika Perk Up Dry Shampoo | $21Weightless spray in the brand’s signature Obliphica scent that refreshes hair sans residue. I’ve always seen Amika products but I’ve never had the chance to use them. I’m really excited to try their infamous dry shampoo! It smells so good and the packaging is literally the cutest thing ever! What other products by Amika do you guys recommend? That’s everything! I absolutely love my box! This post is in no way sponsored at all. Thank you for reading and make sure to give my social media accounts a look for updates on products and more pictures! Hope you all have a happy and safe weekend!https://www.birchbox.com/invite/p8d9h Hey guys! It’s September and my Birchbox just happened to show up the other day! I absolutely love this month’s design, this month is all about celebrating you! For those of you who are new and don’t know what Birchbox is, it’s a monthly beauty subscription that only costs $10 a month! They send you 4-5 deluxe or full size products right to your mailbox! If you’d like to sign up or learn more, you can click on the link below!https://www.birchbox.com/invite/p8d9h Davines LOVE Smoothing Shampoo and Conditioner Sample | $26.00 / $29.00This was my Sample Choice this month because I’ve heard great things about Davines, and with Birchbox’s Point Sytem, when I review this, I’ll get double points because I get to review the conditioner too! Unfortunately, I didn’t really like this scent, so I’ll be passing this along to my mom! This shampoo is enriched with olive oil and rice protein, this formula smooths frizzed-out and tangle-prone hair. English Laundry Eau de Parfum Signature for Her | $32.00I normally don’t like getting perfume samples in my subscription boxes, but this one by English Laundry is really nice. It’s described as, quince mingles, white chocolate, jasmine, rose, and orris root to make up this classic country-inspired scent. I’ll throw this in my purse and use it a few times. (Malin+Goetz) Grapefruit Face Cleanser and Vitamin E Face Moisturizer Sample | $32.00/$45.00I’m not a fan of grapefruit on my sensitive skin, but it does say all skin types. I’ll probably also give this one to my mom, I don’t really want to chance a huge reaction. But it was nice they added another sample by the same brand with this. This citrusy cleanser dissolves dirt and oil, clears up breakouts, and balances skins natural pH. Juice Beauty Green Apple Peel Sensitive | $33.00An amazingly effective (and gentle!) peel with fruit-derived acids to exfoliate dead skin. Well, I’ve never tried ANYTHING like this before, and it says it’s for sensitive skin, so I’m going to try it! I’m pretty excited because exfoliating is a good thing! Has anybody else tried this? Let me know ! POP Beauty POP Portfolio Eyeshadow in Sugar Plum | $26.00A trifecta of long-wearing, blendable eye shadows in bold, pigmented purples. This little eyeshadow is perfect for the holidays that are quickly approaching! These shadows are super soft and gorgeous! I’ve never tried anything by this brand, POP Beauty, but I’m really excited to give these a try. I feel like purple eyeshadows are a little difficult for me to pull off, but I’ll try! That’s everything that came in my September Birchbox! This post is in no way sponsored at all! Thank you for reading and please give this post a like! Also if you’d like to learn more about Birchbox or sign up, please click the link below! Thanks! https://www.birchbox.com/invite/p8d9h August is over everybody and I almost forgot to unbox my Birchbox with you guys! It’s already September, but of course I still had to upload this! For those of you who don’t know, Birchbox is a monthly subscription that delivers 4-5 deluxe, sometimes full size, beauty products to your door for just $10! I’ll leave a link in case you’d like to sign up or learn more!https://www.birchbox.com/invite/p8d9h This month’s theme was soak it up! Like soak up those last summer rays before wonderful Fall season is upon us! I love this design, I think the new Birchboxes are adorable and I keep all of mine! I got a great box, so let’s get into it! I LOVE that Birchbox includes an informational card in their boxes, it tells you what the product is, how to use it, and how much the full size is. R+Co Death Valley Dry Shampoo | $17-$29 This was my August Sample Choice! I don’t have any dry shampoo right now and honestly, I loved the packaging! I’ve heard great things about this brand and this smells amazing! The card in my box says that’s this style-refreshing spray saps excess oil, gives hair volume and body, and adds tousled texture. Air Repair Complexion Boosting Moisturizer | $20I’m always looks for another moisturizer that helps my super dry skin. This one is perfect because I can just toss it in my purse and use it on the go! It’s packed with antioxidants and humectants, this rich cream hydrates and revitalizes dry or dull skin! Beauty Protector Protect & Detangle | $21.95I normally use the infamous It’s a 10 leave in conditioner but honestly I think this one is better! It smells absolutely amazing, it leaves my hair feeling so soft and smooth, and I have no frizz or fly aways! I highly recommend you pick this up and try it for yourself! Laqa & Co. Cheeky Lip | Set of 3, $20This creamy crayon delivers a rich, easy-to-apply color for both lips and cheeks. This is in the shade cray cray, a gorgeous coral shade, perfect for summer. I’ve never tried anything by this brand but I’m pretty excited because I know this is a newer product. COOLA Enviromental Repair Plus Radical Recovery After Sun Lotion | $32This soothing lotion uses agave to moisturize, protect, and calm post-sun woes. I have tried a bb cream by COOLA so I’m eager to try another product by them! I get sunburnt easily, but it only ever lasts a day or two. Im excited to use this moisturizer soon!Thank you so much for reading! I love my Birchbox because I love being able to try out new brands and new products before I commit to purchasing the full size! It’s also a lot of fun to get packages in the mail! -Bhttps://www.birchbox.com/invite/p8d9hHey guys! Look at my gorgeous July Birchbox! I’m so in love with this month’s box, how can you not be? It’s so perfect for summer and it’s currently on my vanity! This month’s theme is go bold. For those of you who aren’t familiar with Birchbox, it’s a monthly beauty subscription that delivers amazing samples straight to your doorstep for only $10 a month. I’ll leave the link below so you can sign up too!https://www.birchbox.com/invite/p8d9h So first thing is this Benefit card and it has a free code on it for my next purchase. I’ve seen these colors and I think the only one I’d like is black. It’s a really cute card!I love that Birchbox includes an informational card that tells you what’s in your box, what to do with it, and how much the full size is. It’s a brilliant touch to the box and it helps a lot when you get a product you’ve never heard of! So my first impression is that the sample sizes are huge! Bright colors, interesting samples, and I’m excited to dig in! I grab the first thing that catches my eye which is the Whish Three Wishes Body Butter! I’ve tried the Whish Body Wash before and loved it, so I was super excited to receive this in my box! The Whish Body Butter is in the scent Blueberry. I love Whish’s packaging, it’s really bright and girly. I normally don’t like blueberry smells or products, but this smells so good! Their formula moisturizes with organic Shea butter, organic raspberry butter, and organic aloe! It firms with organic seaweed extract and purifies with organic rice bran oil! The size of this sample is 22 ml or .75 fl oz, a great size to throw in your purse or take with you on vacation! The full size of this product is $24. The Stila Stay All Day Liquid Lipstick in the shade Bella. The July Sample Choice this month was 3 different shades of the Stila Stay All Day Liquid Lipsticks. I’ve heard great things about liquid lipsticks but I’m definitely new to the scene! This color is a gorgeous bright pink, perfect for summer! Let me know in the comments below if you’ve tried any liquid lipsticks! The card says this creamy formula glides on like a gloss yet lasts (and lasts and lasts) like a stain! This sample size is 0.05 fl oz/1.5 ml! The packaging is really simple and elegant, I love the gold detailing. The full size of this liquid lipstick is a set of 3 for $20, which is super affordable! I’ve heard amazing reviews on the Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray and I’m beyond ready to try it!! As soon as I opened it up and sprayed it, I realized why people love it – it smells so good! It’s a little sweet mixed with a clean, captivating scent that stays with you. This cult favorite multitasker soaks up oil and gives hair body and bounce! The sample size of this is a perfect travel size at .37 ml or 1.0 oz! The full size of this is a little pricey, the card in the box says $22-$42! This is the StriVectin-AR Advanced Retinol Eye Treatment! This is a gentle Retinol formula that targets fine lines and sagging without causing irritation. This is perfect because I have super sensitive skin and I’m always worried if new products will break me out, it puts my mind at ease knowing that it’s safe and gentle to use! It smells really good and not chemically at all. I like the packaging, the box itself has a ton of information on it and the sample is pretty big for an eye treatment, 5 ml/0.17 fl oz! The full size of this is $75! Last but not least, is theBalm Cosmetics Balm Desert! This is a blush and bronzer in one, this velvety powder gives a long-wearing, fresh-from-the-beach glow. The packaging of anything by the balm is hands down ADORABLE. The sample is so cute and 0.8 g/0.028 oz! The full size of this blush/bronzer is only $21! I hope you all loved my July Birchbox as much as I did! I love all of the products I received and can’t wait to start using them more and more! I really loved the Oribe spray and theBalm blush/bronzer! Let me know what you got in your box this month and if you have any questions! Also, I’ll leave the link below so you can sign up for your own Birchbox! Thank you so much for reading! -Bhttps://www.birchbox.com/invite/p8d9hI can’t believe it’s already June you guys! Look at this gorgeous box from one of my favorite subscriptions, Birchbox! The box is a purple watercolor like design that fades into a peachy orange color on the bottom.For those of you who don’t know what Birchbox is, it’s a monthly subscription that sends 4-5 deluxe size/sometimes full size, beauty, skin, hair, and lifestyle products to your door for just $10 a month! I’ll leave the link below in case you want to learn more or sign up! They also have an amazing rewards system!https://www.birchbox.com/invite/p8d9h So Birchbox sent these out this month…I entered my code and I’m not sure how I “won”, because I got a 10% of $50 purchase…so I have to pay more money to win. This irritated me a bit. I’m curious to see what others won, so let me know please! This is the Dr. Jart+ Dermaclear Micro Water. This was my sample choice this month. It’s made with active hydrogen mineral water, it’s cleansing water that removes makeup and brightens skin. I honestly loved the packaging and don’t currently use anything like this, so I was interested.I don’t mind getting perfume samples that actually smell good. This Tocca Eau de Parfum, Bianca smells so good. The description says, this clean, citrus scent has undertones of Rose and sugar for long-wearing, intriguing layers. I’ll be using this for evening stuff or probably whenever. I thought the packaging was super adorable and simple. These are the Temple Spa In Good Condition Shampoo and Conditioner. I didn’t like the way these smelled. They smelled like men’s shampoo to me. Very earthy. Plus I’m a bit disappointed that I keep getting shampoo and conditioners. This is the Marcelle Waterproof Eyeliner in the shade Blue Lagoon. I usually just wear black eyeliner so this will probably get gifted to a friend. Last but not least, is the Pura Vida Lace Headband. This is in a gorgeous turquoise color. It’s so pretty and delicate looking. My hair is pretty heavy, so I’m hoping this can hold it. Well that’s it for my June Birchbox! Thanks so much for reading and this post is in no way sponsored. Thanks again and please check out my social media!https://www.birchbox.com/invite/p8d9h It’s that time of the month again…Birchbox! For those of you who are unfamiliar, Birchbox is a monthly subscription for men or women! (Yes, they have a men’s box!). I’ll leave the link below if you’d like to learn more and sign up. It’s only $10 a month for women’s and $20 a month for men’s!https://www.birchbox.com/invite/p8d9h This month’s theme was Cupcakes & Cashmere. I thought the box was absolutely stunning. I love how Birchbox is designing each months box, they are all gorgeous. I thought that I got a decent box this month, great sample sizes overall. This was my sample choice this month. I chose this sample because I’ve heard some great reviews on it and I love Macadamia anything. I’m so happy I picked this Nourishing Moisture Oil Treatment. Although, a little leaked out of my bottle, there wasn’t a seal or anything. It smells so good and doesn’t feel greasy. I put a little in my hands and through my ends of my hair to get rid of frizz and fly aways. This was, hands down, the highlight of my box. I especially loved the glass bottle it came in. I felt super luxurious. I recieved the Beauty Protector Beauty Wash. This is my first Beauty Protector product and I was impressed. I thought it smelled really good and can’t wait to use it! The Marcelle Hydra-C Energizing Hydrating Gel is a great product for me since I have super dry skin. I can’t wait to try this in the future!Cynthia Rowley Creamy Lip Stain (Shade:Poppy), Ohhh how I wish I had gotten a different color! This color isn’t for me or my skin tone so it will be gifted to a friend.Last but not least, Harvey Prince Hello! Finally!!! I’ve been waiting to smell this for so long! I hear amazing things and now I know why! It smells HEAVENLY! Get your hands on some now! Thanks so much for reading! Comment below what you liked most from this month’s box!Mortimer wanted to say hi! It’s already half way through March and my Birchbox is here!!!! This month’s theme is Creativity. For those of you who are unfamiliar with Birchbox, it’s a monthly subscription that delivers 4-5 deluxe samples to your door for just $10! Disclaimer: I purchase this subscription with my own money and this is in no way sponsored.I love that Birchbox is changing up the boxes every month. I really love this month’s design! I saw other people get different color designs this month too.A great advantage with Birchbox, is that they include a card every month with a list of your products and directions on how to use each one. Genius. Some sub boxes don’t include this. This was my sample choice for this month. I had always heard great things about this Miracle Leave-In Product. My mom uses this all the time and loves it. I’ve been using a spritz in my damp hair for about a week now, and I can’t live without it. My hair feels so soft and healthy! My boyfriend even commented that my hair smelled really good! The full size product retails for $18, which isn’t bad! I highly recommend this product!! Next up is Elite Therapeutis’ Rosemary Eucalyptus Body Crème. It says that it’s 70% organic, but I really didn’t like the scent of this. My mom loves eucalyptus so I passed this on to her. The full size of the product retails for $19.This is the infamous Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser. It says on my Birchbox card that this set is a Birchbox exclusive! The card says: British award-winner that uses a two-step ritual to gently purify all skin types. Hmm..I have sensitive skin, so this might actually work. I’m very excited to try this out! Let me know in the comments if you have tried this! The full size retails for $25.50! At first I thought this little guy was a nail polish! But it’s Jelly Pong Pong Glow Getter Highlighter! That’s a ridiculous name. I love it! The full size retails for $14! I don’t normally use liquid highlighters so this will be fun to experiment with!Last, but certainly not least, is the Roloxin Lift Revitalizing Facial Masque Treatment! I love any mask, so this is right up my alley! The full size of this retails for $110!! You get 10 in a pack and I got 2 in my Birchbox! I’m beyond excited to try this! It says that this treatment instantly reduces the look of wrinkles and pores, and lasts up to 24 hours. Well that’s my Birchbox! Thanks so much for reading! Please help my Facebook get to 150 likes, I will then be hosting a mini giveaway! Thanks again 🙂Facebook: Not Another Beauty BlogI got these puffy stickers at the Dollar Tree today and I couldn’t wait to show you! Owls, sweets, pandas, and elephants, how cute! I’m a little planner stuff addicted! And these were only a dollar a piece, score.Mortimer had a very relaxing afternoon, as you can see he loves to bake himself in the sun. He couldn’t even wait for me to put this up, he jumped on before o could suction cup all the things on to the door. He layed there for hours! I love my little guy.Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.
In Transformers: The Last Knight, when Sir Edmund Burton shows the heroes his private museum of the Witwiccan Order, several historical pictures can be seen: the bigger one shows a militarized Bumblebee, but on other two we can see Ironhide and Shockwave as well. The latter appeared as one of the major antagonists in Transformers: Dark of the Moon, a remarkably powerful Decepticon who commands a giant worm-like beast called Driller, and who’s able to overpower all the Autobots on his own. He’s killed by the united forces of the human army and the Autobots, with Optimus Prime delivering the final blow to a seemingly invincible opponent. His pictures, marked as “deceased”, is later seen in Age of Extinction. In the comics, Shockwave is just as badass as in the movies…but he speaks a lot more. Let’s see together.Born on planet Cybertron, Shockwave started as an academic, dedicating himself to pure logical thinking, concentrating on meditation to free himself from all kind of emotions, which he saw as an unforgivable weakness. When the civil war between Autobots and Decepticons began, Shockwave joined the latters, as logic suggested to him that their cause was the one most likely to win the war, since they weren’t burdened by compassion. It was thanks to his calculations that the Decepticons found the perfect moment to attack the Autobots, just when they had been weakened by a planetary mission defending Cybertron from a meteor shower; while Megatron and the others boarded the Ark, however, Shockwave stayed behind on the Nemesis, piloting the warship. This proved to be quite a wise choice, as Optimus Prime sent his ship crashing on a remote, primitive planet, taking along Megatron and his Decepticons. Aboard the Nemesis, Shockwave followed the Ark until it reached Earth. While trying to follow the enemy ship down in the atmosphere, even the Nemesis experienced a malfunction, and its damaged guidance system led Shockwave in Antarctica. As Shockwave emerged from the Nemesis, the Ark’s A.I. detected him, and reactivated five Autobots (Grimlock, Sludge, Slag, Swoop and Snarl) to oppose him, giving them the shape of the local forms of life, namely dinosaurs. The Dinobots reached Shockwave in Antarctica, where they tried to use their combined power to destroy their enemy. “Tried”. Not only Shockwave proved his power to be superior to that of the Dinobots combined, but even if he couldn’t kill them all alone, he tricked them into getting trapped in a tar pit; while they were sinking, however, Snarl managed to inflict a final blow that blew up the mountain Shockwave was standing upon. As his enemies got trapped in the tar pit, Shockwave himself was buried under tons of rock, trapped as well. He would have been stuck for millions of years.Finally, during Earth’s 1980s, Autobots and Decepticons were awakened, and they resumed their war on the alien planet; the Autobots were still looking for their five missing comrades, and they sent probes all around the globe to find them…but one of the probes inadvertently reactivated Shockwave instead. In a matter of minutes, Shockwave located all the Transformers in Oregon, and he reached them just as the Autobots defeated the Decepticons in a long and difficult battle. His arrival was quite an explosive one: Shockwave single-handedly defeated the weakened Autobots, and he even executed Optimus Prime by decapitating him. He then reanimated the Decepticons, but only to serve him: since Megatron had failed, logic demanded that leadership was granted to him now. As a first act as a leader, Shockwave led the Decepticons in attacking an oil-drilling platform that became their secondary headquarters, but this second success only humiliated Megatron even more: the former leader challenged the current one, but Shockwave effortlessly defeated him, forcing him to vow his obedience and loyalty to him. Megatron agreed, but not without a grudge. This settled, Shockwave proceeded with his plan to lead the Decepticons to the ultimate victory, and he extracted the Creation Matrix from Optimus Prime’s head and the technology obtained from conquering Blackrock Aerospace Plant to create the Constructicons, the new frontier of Decepticon firepower. The next step had Shockwave build another extremely powerful Decepticon, Jetfire, but he soon realised that Optimus had transferred the rest of the Matrix in the mind of Buster Witwicky, a human. Buster used the Matrix to turn Jetfire on the Autobots’ side, reversing the situation in his favor, and resurrected Optimus, who challenged Shockwave. At the end of a fierce battle, the Autobot leader buried Shockwave in a swamp, finally defeating him…not that the Decepticon leader wouldn’t have come back sooner than his enemies hoped for…Shockwave is an extremely intelligent tactician, a warrior who doesn’t feel any emotion and who follows a cold and relentless logic. As a Transformer, he possesses superhuman strenght, durability, stamina, reflexes and longevity, he is inhumanly intelligent, and his left hand is an energy cannon; he can transform into a Cybertronian ray-gun, a form in which he can shoot a variety of different rays, from highly dangerous gamma rays to x-rays that allow him to see through pretty much everything. An extremely powerful warrior, possibly even stronger than Megatron himself, Shockwave is loyal to the Decepticons only out of calculation: his one true loyalty is to logic, and pure cold logic can be even more frightening than murderous rage… June 30, 2017 Categories: IDW, Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014), Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011), Transformers: The Last Knight (2017) . Tags: age of extinction, dark of the moon, frank welker, shockwave, the last knight, transformers . Author: Mino . Comments: 8 Comments Transformers: The Last Knight is in theatres now, and there are some characters appearing in the movie who hadn’t been seen in the trailers. Let’s start with the recurring ones…well, sort of, as they are all dead to begin with. When Daytrader arrives at the Autobots‘s hideout, one of the “treasures” he tries to sell is the severed head of Starscream, Megatron‘s former second in command (Megatron himself retrieves the head, and has a brief Hamlet moment with it). Starscream has been a prominent member of the robotic cast since the first movie, where he led the Decepticons in freeing and resurrecting Megatron (and ending up being the only survivor of the group). In Revenge of the Fallen he resurrects Megatron once again and comes back to his side, and the two flee as soon as the Fallen is killed; he’s finally killed in Dark of the Moon during the final battle in Chicago, having his head blown up by Sam Witwicky. His picture also appears in Age of Extinction, but it’s unlikely we’ll see this treacherous Decepticon again…so let’s take a mourning look at this living Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor jet.Starscream was born on planet Cybertron, where he was trained as a warrior since his early life. He attended the Cybertron War Academy and, according to his own claim, he turned out to be their most skilled student ever, obtaining the rank of Air Commander and surpassing every previous standard. In the centuries-long civil war that was tearing Cybertron apart, Starscream joined the faction of the Decepticons, and he was put in charge of the elite squad of the Seekers, an aerial commando specialised in swift attacks. His skill as a leader allowed him to get close to the Decepticons’ master, Megatron, who took him under his wing and made him one of his most trusted men. Unfortunately, Starscream wasn’t to be considered “trusted” at all, as all his successes had created quite an ambition in him, and he dreamt of taking Megatron’s place as the Decepticon leader, believing that was what he was destined to be. Despite Starscream believed to be the most cunning plotter ever born, however, Megatron knew far too well what his true ambitions were, and he kept him close in order to keep an eye on him, all the while exploiting his and his team’s skills. While planning his mutinee, however, Starscream played the part of the loyal follower, and he obeyed Megatron’s orders in the conflict against the Autobots. Being Megatron’s second in command, he was selected to be part of the assault squad that attacked the Autobots on the Ark, their sentient ship, but the battle proved to be the beginning of a new life for Starscream and all the others involved: the leader of the Autobots, Optimus Prime, seeing his forces defeated, had the ship crash on a remote and primitive planet, Earth, in the hope of destroying his enemies along with himself. As a result, instead, all the Transformers participating to the battle fell into a state of suspended animation, and they awoke only millennia after their arrival, in the planet’s 1980s. Starscream found himself stranded on an alien planet, but a new, unhoped for situation was in front of him: now, only a few number of Decepticons were present to defend Megatron, and he had the perfect chance to take his place.As soon as the Decepticons woke up, however, the difference of power between Megatron and Starscream became immediately blatant: Starscream dared to question Megatron’s decisions, and the latter nearly reduced him to scraps. Barely surviving the experience, the treacherous officer understood he had to use subtler ways to mine Megatron’s leadership. In his first attempt to overthrow him on the alien planet, he lured the Autobots to him during Megatron’s absence, so that he could lead his teammates in the following battle showing his commanding skills to them and undermining Megatron’s charisma. Things didn’t go as planned, however, as another Decepticon extremely loyal to Megatron, Ravage, discovered his plan, and threatened to reveal everything to the others. A fight ensued between the two, and the Autobots arrived (as planned…) just as Starscream was trying to kill his rival. Inevitably he was caught, but as a prisoner he demanded trial by combat in his defense, a right that was granted to him. His chosen adversary turned out to be Brawn, a remarkably strong opponent…but Starscream managed to defeat him, and was released. Ravage, however, had been following him, and he attacked him taking advantage of his weariness: he deactivated him, blaming the Autobots as he came back to the base. As a result, Megatron gathered the Decepticons in an attack against the Autobots, obtaining exactly the opposite of what Starscream had intended in the first place. He was later reactivated and resumed serving Megatron, first, and Shockwave, later, but when both the Decepticon leaders were gone he finally said out loud he wanted to be the new leader: Soundwave, however, had different ideas, and he took the leadership for himself; in the following battle with the Autobots, Starscream was deactivated once again by Optimus Prime. He was reactivated just in time for a battle against the titanic Autobot guardian Omega Supreme, but he just got deactivated for the umpteenth time. Failure after failure, Starscream finally allied himself with a time-travelling Decepticon, Galvatron, who offered him a chance to get rid of both Megatron and Shockwave…not knowing that he was helping the guy who, in the future, would have been responsible for his death.Starscream is a clever and deceiving warrior, crippled by an overflowing ambition, an unlimited arrogance and an embarassing cowardice, traits that bring him to always attempt to betray this or that leader, but never to be able to directly face his opponent despite his remarkable power. As a Transformer, he possesses superhuman strenght, durability, stamina and longevity, but he’s also incredibly fast, actually one of the fastest Transformers ever; he can transform into a jet, obtaining the power of flight and increasing his speed to an impressive Mach 2.8; he’s also functionally immortal, as his mutated Spark is able to survive even outside his physical body. Armed with blasters, missiles and bombs, a ruthless fighter and a treacherous plotter, Starscream could be the intelligent and charismatic leader he had always dreamt of, if he only had enough courage to fight his own battles and to inspire his men on the battlefield… June 28, 2017 Categories: IDW, Transformers (2007), Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014), Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011), Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (2009), Transformers: The Last Knight (2017) . Tags: age of extinction, charlie adler, dark of the moon, revenge of the fallen, starscream, the last knight, transformers . Author: Mino . Comments: 4 Comments The first pics from the upcoming Transformers: The Last Knight have been released, and the first robot revealed is an old acquaintance, one of the longest living Decepticons in the movie universe: Barricade, who’ll be voiced by Jess Harnell. Barricade first appeared in Transformers, disguised as a police car with “To Punish and Enslave” written on the side; he chased the protagonists until the end of the movie, and he was the only bad guy to survive along with Starscream and Scorponok. He reappeared in Dark of the Moon as Shockwave‘s second-in-command, and he’s the one who executes Que; he’s apparently killed by human soldiers in Chicago, as it’s shown in an Age of Extinction cameo, but he must have survived the battle, since he’s coming back for the fifth installment. Now, let’s take a look at Barricade in the comics…the non-police car one.Originally, the Decepticon known as Barricade was Runner, the result of a unique experiment that involved both Decepticons and their sworn enemies, the Autobots. The cross-factional project aimed to create a new generation of miniaturized Transformers, reducing their size in order to increase the efficiency of fuel consumption, obtaining the ultimate racers. The result was the birth of the Micromasters, amazing racers faster than any other Transformer, a neutral faction that would have been able (for the first time in ages on Cybertron) to chose their own faction. Runner was not only the fastest, but also the most vicious among the Micromasters, and his strong attitude managed to obtain the loyalty of three other Micromasters: Ground Hog, Roller Force and Motorhead, three speed demons who only recognised Runner’s authority…and sometimes even ignored it, consumed by the thirst for wanton destruction during the races. Everytime they disobeyed his orders or failed in accomplishing them, Runner severely punished them, imposing an abusive leadership that proved to be the only thing able to control his subordinates to a certain extent. Together, the four Micromasters formed the Race Track Patrol, which soon became the most violent team of racers ever seen…needless to say which one among the two battling factions proved to be the most appealing for Runner and his men. He joined the Decepticons, and his new teammates enjoyed seeing him running, battling the rival Micromasters with both sheer speed and unorthodox tactics. The Decepticons also gave Runner a new name, praising his ability in blockading his adversaries during the races: now, he was Barricade.The Race Track Patrol built quite a name for itself, and not only was feared by the Autobots’ Micromaster teams such as the Race Car Patrol, the Off Road Patrol or the Battle Patrol, but since in lack of enemies they often attacked other Decepticons, even the allied teams (the Air Strike Patrol, the Sports Car Patrol and the Military Patrol) learnt to stay away from them if they valued their lives. Barricade wasn’t just a great racer and a fearful warrior, however: as the leader of his team, he was also smart and intuitive, and soon realised that the Micromasters’ situation wasn’t one of equality with the other Decepticons, who considered them as some kind of funny little mascottes, not to be taken too seriously. Sure that the Micromasters would have never obtained their rightful place among the other Decepticons if not with strength, Barricade joined forces with Skystalker, a “huge” Micromaster who had become an agitator and seemed to have a plan to change the situation. Leading a rogue faction of Decepticons, that included Barricade and his men, Skystalker challenged Megatron‘s successor, Shockwave, and actually managed to defeat him and to disassemble him. Using Shockwave’s head, Skystalker was able to give orders to the Decepticon factions, thus assuming control. Finally, for Barricade and the others a new world rose, one in which the neverending war between the “bigger cousins” could finally become a problem of the past, and in which the Micromasters were treated with the respect they deserved…but the return of the Autobot hero Countdown was about to foil the little Decepticons’ plan, exposing Barricade and the other rogues to the wrath of the ones they had deceived.Barricade is a fast-thinking and fast-running Micromaster, a pitiless warrior and a brutal and abusive leader. Barricade’s iron fist is the only thing that keeps in check the members of the Race Track Patrol, and his strength (and his short temper) is rightfully feared by allies and enemies alike. Gifted with the strength, durability and stamina of his race, although he’s definitely weaker but also incredibly faster than a “guzzler” (the normal-sized Transformers), Barricade can transform into a Formula-1 race car, obtaining an even greater speed. Battling a war he doesn’t feel as his own, Barricade is only waiting for the right occasion to go against the guzzler and to create a new kind of Decepticons, not chained to the mistakes of the past and opened to a new future…possibly filled with havoc, chaos, and most of all speed. August 23, 2016 Categories: IDW, Transformers (2007), Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014), Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011), Transformers: The Last Knight (2017) . Tags: age of extinction, barricade, dark of the moon, frank welker, jess harnell, runner, the last knight, transformers . Author: Mino . Comments: Leave a comment Last character appeared in Transformers: Age of Extinction, this time a new one…sort of. In Dark of the Moon, Leadfoot was accompanied by a big metal dog, called Steeljaw, who was presumably killed with his master before the events of the new movie. In the new film, the bounty hunter Lockdown hunts his preys helped by a pack of mechanical wolves, who are also called Steeljaw(s). Since there are more than one, we can assume that in the movie continuity any Transformer dog/wolf belongs to a species named Steeljaw, but that’s just an assumption, and it may be that Michael Bay simply forgot to have included the character already, or that he simply changed his mind and introduced a more badass version of the character in the new installation. Either way, let’s see who Steeljaw (only one) is in the comics. No, not a wolf.Steeljaw was an alien lion from planet Cybertron, born several millions years ago. He was raised as the pet of Blaster, a grim and lonely warrior living on the planet, who truly hated the Decepticons and their methods, but also had some issues with the Autobots, since he wasn’t quite good in getting orders from others. Steeljaw acted as Blaster’s companion and friend, especially after his master’s best pal, Scrounge, was killed in action. When Blaster retrieved Scrounge’s memory data, however, he discovered that long lost leader of the Autobots, Optimus Prime, was still alive and well after five million years, and that he was fighting against his nemesis Megatron on a distant planet called Earth. Seeing hope for a new (and possibly last) approach to the conflict, Blaster used the Space Bridge to fly to Earth, and his pets, the animal-like stealth force called Mini-Cassettes, accompanied him, first of all Steeljaw. On Earth, Steeljaw and his master established themselves in Autobot City, an outpost created on the alien planet, and took part in many fights both along with Prime, and against him (for example when Blaster voted for Grimlock to be the new leader of the Autobots, a decision he came to regret soon after). Created in response to the Decepticon stealth team, led by panther-like Ravager, the Autobot Mini-Cassettes proved to be quite a valuable asset for Prime and his men, especially thanks to their taste and ability for identifying disguised enemies and for finding Decepticons in hiding.When Soundwave and his Cassettes attacked Autobot City, Blaster tried to repel his forces using his beastly allies, and Steeljaw was able to defeat the Decepticon Rumble. During the battle, although Soundwave’s beasts and Blaster’s ones were evenly matched, the fight took time enough for the Autobots to send a message to Optimus Prime on Moonbase One, so that the Autobot leader was able to join the battle and defend his home on Earth. Steeljaw’s unique skills were later used by Rodimus Prime and his team to retrieve Daniel Witwicky, a human ally gone missing while aiding in battle Grimlock. Steeljaw was reactivated once again when the Cobra, a group of human terrorists, revived the deceased Megatron using their technology. Optimus Prime formed an elite squad to find and destroy the new menace, but Megatron had also been given new powers and weapons, such as a lethal hyper-velocity railgun: charging the Decepticon leader from the front, Steeljaw was killed by the warlord, being the first victim of the reborn Megatron. Despite being murdered in the present, Steeljaw nevertheless appeared in an alternate future, when Hot Rod and Arcee activated him to fight off the Quintessons, a race of evil mechanoids who had been fighting the Transformers since the beginning of their history, a task Steeljaw happily and professionally accomplished.Steeljaw is a loyal but fierce ally, who more often then not menacingly treats everyone, ally or foe, with the only exception of the Witwicky family. He possesses the usual powers of his race, but he adds to them an unmatched speed and an infallible sense of smell that allows him to track anyone wherever they could be (also in open space). He can transform into a mini-cassette, in order to be easily carried by Blaster in his slot. He’s also equipped with a couple of solar-powered guns, and with an electromagnetic generator that, when used on himself, allowes him to stick to any surface. With an unbreakable bite and the finest sense of smell among the Mini-Cassettes, Steeljaw is the perfect companion in war times. July 21, 2014 Categories: IDW, Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014), Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011) . Tags: age of extinction, dark of the moon, steeljaw, transformers . Author: Mino . Comments: 3 Comments Another recurring character for Transformer: Age of Extinction, even if also this one has little more than a (tragic) cameo: Leadfoot, voiced by John DiMaggio. When hacking one of KSI‘s cameras, Cade Yaeger catches a video of a group of CIA attacking and killing poor Leadfoot, who’s trying to make them stop saying “I’m an Autobot!”, of course with no result. The character already appeared in Dark of the Moon, as the leader of the Wreckers trio, and a good friend to Ironhide (another one who met a tragic end, much like everyone else in this series). In the comics, Leadfoot’s background is a little bit more complex, even if he’s a relatively new character. Let’s see together.Unlike most of the Transformers, Leadfoot wasn’t born on Cybertron, but was of much more recent creation. When Bludgeon, a fierce samurai warrior, became the leader of the Decepticons, he decided it was time to give birth to a second generation of warriors. While on Warworld (a battle cruiser that served as a base for the Decepticons), Bludgeon used the stolen Creation Matrix to create two assault teams: the Laser Rods, a quartet of powerful swordsmen composed of Volt, Electro, Jolt and Sizzle, and the Rotor Force, a quartet of lethal marksmen composed of Manta Ray, Ransack, Powerdive and, of course, Leadfoot. Before bringing the eight new Decepticons to life, however, Bludgeon was killed by Megatron, who took back his leadership; realising that his rival had done quite a good job assembling the new warriors, Megatron decided to instill life in them nevertheless, and so both the teams saw the light, albeit under a new leader. To test the efficiency of his new forces, Megatron sent both teams on Tykos, a heavily-guarded planet, to steal a powerful substance called Rheanimum, a gas able to harden a Transformer’s body structure to make him virtually invincible. The Laser Rod and the Rotor Force made their way through the secured mines without difficulty, slashing and shooting everyone who stood in their way. They finally managed to get their hands on the Rehanimum, thus accomplishing their first mission, which Megatron actually believed to be suicidal. With such a success at his back, Leadfoot soon became one of the most apreciated warriors among the Decepticons’ lines.When a new batch of Transformers, calling themselves the Cybertronian Empire, emerged, both Autobots and Decepticons found themselves in great difficulty against the new enemy, an amoral force who only sought conquer and destruction. The emergency forced Megatron and Optimus Prime to forge an uncomfortable alliance, and the respective teams had to cooperate to gain victory. In order to strike the Cybertronians more effectively, Decepticons and Autobots created mixed teams, and Leadfood, along with co-Rotor Force Manta Ray, was assigned to saboting the Cybertronian flyers along with Autobot Tracks, an experience that deeply changed him and Manta. Tracks, in fact, was nice and encouraging towards them, and he showed sympathy, an emotion none of the Decepticons had ever experienced. Soon, both Leadfoot and Manta started to feel more akin to their all time enemies than to their masters. The Decepticon Razorclaw soon saw through this, and tried to kill Manta as an example, but Leadfoot was quicker, and decapitated his former ally to save his friend. This marked the definitive decision of the former leader of the Rotor Force, who decided to side with Optimus and his Autobots. Prime welcomed Leadfoot among his ranks, and made him a member of the Wreckers, an elite squad of tough and die-hard warriors, a force to be reckoned with. Serving first under Springer, then under Kup, Leadfoot finally learnt what it really means to fight together as a team, making him all the surer about his decision of changing sides.A cool and calm soldier, Leadfoot is a warrior able to mantain his attitude even under the pressure of incoming battle. As both a Rotor Force and a Wrecker, Leadfoot is quite a powerful fighter: extremely fast (especially when transformed into his Lola T93/30 model), he also has at disposal a remarkable firepower, mainly coming from his rototrop weapon, a gun shooting a deadly sharp rotor able to maul any opponent. The team’s defense specialist, Leadfoot is nevertheless an extraordinary forefront fighter, and, above all, a warrior completely loyal to the Autobot code and cause, since he has also experienced the Decepticons’ ones. July 20, 2014 Categories: IDW, Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014), Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011) . Tags: age of extinction, dark of the moon, john dimaggio, leadfoot, transformers . Author: Mino . Comments: 1 Comment Today, another old acquaintance from Transformers: Age of Extinction. At the beginning of the movie, a CIA squad led by agent James Savoy intercepts a hiding Transformer, and after a brief battle, the robot is killed with the help of bounty hunter Lockdown. We’re unfortunately speaking of Ratchet, voiced by Robert Foxworth, one of the veterans from the first Transformers and one of the main Autobots. He arrived on Earth in the first movie, and was referred to as the medical officer in Optimus Prime‘s team. In the second one he was cast aside for most of the time, returning only for the battle in Egypt, but in Dark of the Moon he came back to more an active role, helping Optimus in his expeditions in Cernobyl, first, and then on the Moon. Another major character killed off quite mercilessly, we’ll miss him. In the meanwhile, let’s see who he was (is) in the comics.Ratchet was born on planet Cybertron around five million years ago. During the Great War between Autobots and Decepticons, Ratchet sided with the first ones without the shadow of a doubt, despising Megatron‘s violence and lack of true, respectful leadership. More a healer than a warrior, Ratchet specialised in medicine, and served as the main medical officer among the Autobots’ lines. Since he wasn’t one of the strongest fighters, nor one of the most skilled soldiers, Ratchet often offered himself for suicidal missions, believing himself to be expendable to the cause, but Optimus Prime, who soon went from being just a commander to becoming a friend to Ratchet, always prevented him from doing so, apreciating Ratchet’s humility but insisting nevertheless on his importance for the team. When, because of the violence of the war, Cybertron went out of his own orbit, a meteor swarm menaced to annihilate every Transformer on the planet: Optimus formed a squad of his most valuable subordinates, and to Ratchet’s surprise, he was chosen among them. Despite his objections, Prime insisted to have Ratchet aboard the Ark, pointing out they would have needed a medical officer, and he eventually accomplished his orders. During the battle, Ratchet’s presence actually proved to be fundumental, as he saved many fellow Autobots who got wounded both during the swarm, and during Megatron’s following attack. When the Ark crashed on Earth, following Optimus Prime’s orders, Ratchet fell into a deep hibernation that would have lasted millions of years. When he woke up along with the others, a new species had become the dominant one on Earth: humans.Humans deeply fascinated Ratchet, who started studying them and even befriending some of them. He soon became friends with the two mechanics called to find fuel for the starving Autobots, Buster Witwicky and his father Sparkplug. When the latter suffered a heart attack, Ratchet, transformed into an ambulance, brought him to the nearest hospital. Sparkplug was saved, but during Ratchet’s absence, the powerful Decepticon Shockwave had attacked the Autobots, weakened for the absence of fuel, and had easily defeated them all. Realising he had remained the only active Autobot, Ratchet infiltrated the Ark, where he met the severed but functioning head of Optimus, who urged him to action. Knowing he wasn’t able to face Shockwave alone, Ratchet went to Megatron, and offered him to help him regain his leadership over the Decepticons, taken from him by Shockwave, in exchange of the freedom of his comrades. Megatron agreed, and Ratchet, who knew from the data how Shockwave had been defeated five million years earlier, went in search of the Dinobots, powerful long-lost Autobots. He found them in an ancient tar pit, and dug them out, then led them against Shockwave, defeating him. Megatron, however, tried to betray Ratchet and to kill him: after defeating both the Dinobots and Ratchet, however, the Decepticon leader fell from a crumbling cliff, leaving Ratchet to be the hero of the day. From that moment, Ratchet dedicated himself to the re-education of the primitive Dinobots, and, of course, to his duties as a medic, hoping to face such a hard battle on his own never again.Ratchet is a peaceful yet determined soldier, a medical officer dedicated to the safety of his comrades, who sometimes shows some battle skills of his own. Despite possessing the powers typical to his race (mostly augmented physical attributes, and he gains speed when turning into an ambulance), Ratchet prefers to use his unmatchable medical skills, that have saved Optimus Prime and his teammates more than once. Cunning and intelligent, Ratchet however is inclined to underestimate himself, and usually fails in realising his real value inside his team, believing to be less worthy than the others because of his lack of combat skills. Truth to be told, Ratchet is one of the few unreplaceable members of the Autobots, and Prime perfectly knows this. July 19, 2014 Categories: IDW, Transformers (2007), Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014), Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011), Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (2009) . Tags: age of extinction, dark of the moon, ratchet, revenge of the fallen, robert foxworth, transformers . Author: Mino . Comments: 5 Comments Finally, Transformers: Age of Extinction was released here as well, and I can now write about the missing characters. First of all, one of the deceased ones, who doesn’t physically appear in the movie, but can be seen in a picture Harold Attinger is studying: Ironhide, voiced by Jess Harnell. Ironhide served as one of the main characters in the first movie, when he arrived on Earth following Bumblebee‘s signal. He became part of the NEST team in the second one, and had his moment of glory in Dark of the Moon, where he single-handedly defeated a squad of Decepticons. Unfortunately, immediately after his glorious battle, he was betrayed and killed by Sentinel Prime. In the comics, he’s alive and well, and one of Optimus Prime‘s most trusted friends and allies. Let’s see together.Needless to say, Ironhide’s story begins something like five million years ago on planet Cybertron. Ironhide was quite old at the time the Great War between the heroic Autobots and the traitorous Decepticons began, but he proved to be quite a resourceful asset on the first team’s lines nevertheless. A pragmatist born and an expert warrior, Ironhide conquered his medals of honor serving under Otpimus Prime, leader of the Autobots, and he became one of his closest friends and counselors, a hero among his peers, the protagonists of many victorious battles against the forces of Megatron. Considering his CV, it’s quite understandable the reason for which he was chosen as a part of Prime’s crew aboard the Ark, a special ship designed to intercept a meteor swarm about to destroy Cybertron itself. Ironhide used his massive weapons, especially his Water Gun (a special gun able to shot any kind of liquids, acids and similar included), to destroy much of the swarm. When the operation seemed to be victorious, however, the Autobots were ambushed by Megatron and his Decepticons, and engaged a brutal fight. Despite giving his best, Ironhide, as well as the others, was exhausted from the previous challenge, and the Autobots’ forces started to lose. Not wanting to let his enemies gain all the data the Ark’s computer contained, Optimus preferred to have the ship crash on a remote and primitive planet, Earth, where the Transformers, instead of dying for the impact, fell into a hibernation that would have lasted five million years.When the Ark finally was reactivated, reacting to a nearby volcanic explosion, there was no fuel enough to revive every Autobot aboard. A small bunch of explorers went out to seek some resources, but ended up drawing the attentions of Megatron’s Decepticons, who followed them to the Ark. In order to repel the invasion, Optimus chose five of his best warriors, who would have shared the little fuel they had, and Ironhide was among them. Unfortunately, despite his power and experience, Ironhide proved to be quite rusty from the long slumber, and he was easily defeated by Shockwave, one of Megatron’s most powerful and loyal warriors. It took some time to repair him, but finally Ironhide was ready to fight again, and victoriously faced a new, lethal team of Decepticons, the Constructicons (Scrapper, Bonecrusher, Mixmaster, Hook, Scavenger and Long Haul, able to merge together in the massive Devastator). Ironhide’s battle luck was meant to be short-lived, since he got shot down immediately after by none other than his leader and friend, Optimus Prime, mind-controlled by the Decepticons. Once again, he was succesfully repaired, and was put in charge of the search for the Dinobots, a group of rogue Autobots gone missing millions of years before; for this occasion, he was partnered with Jetfire, a former Decepticon who Ironhide disliked and mistrusted. During the mission, the hard warrior started to like and understand his new ally, and the two became friends upon accomplishing their objective. Proving to be able to work in team as well as alone, Ironhide was ready to come back as an active member of the Autobots.Ironhide is a tough and rough warrior, and old-school fighter who sees everything in black and white, without any kind of compromise. An excellent soldier despite his age, he sums to his remarkable battle skills a good tactic mind and a long experience on the battlefield, as well as his race’s usual powers. He’s quite fond of his Water Gun, a special weapon designed to shoot any kind of liquid: Ironhide’s personal favourite is liquid nitrogen, but the weapon’s capabilities far exceed the handler’s fantasy. Loyal and granitic, Ironhide is one of Prime’s most trusted friends and subordinates, an Autobot who’d prefer to lose his very life than his honor. July 18, 2014 Categories: IDW, Transformers (2007), Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014), Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011), Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (2009), Transformers: The Last Knight (2017) . Tags: age of extinction, dark of the moon, ironhide, jess harnell, revenge of the fallen, the last knight, transformers . Author: Mino . Comments: 5 Comments