COUNTDOWN: 28 Transformers tweets from September that need to be seen!

Another month flies by, eh? Before you know it, it’s going to be Halloween! 2020 may be eventful but it sure seems to be disappearing at pace. Anyway, that means it’s time to bring you the very best that Transformers Twitter had to offer up for September – all presented in date order. Have a great month!

 

#28:

Wait… seems like maybe there’s more than meets the eye with these cars…

 

#27:

I felt this. Every moment of it.

 

#26:

Well, it would answer where the trailer goes!

 

#25:

This tweet has me questioning everything I thought I knew.

 

#24:

Now that’s dedication to your craft.

 

#23:

This tweet has me questioning everything I thought I knew.

 

#22:

It’s funny because it’s true (but also kinda sad because it’s true).

 

#21:

My jaw hit the floor when I saw this.

 

#20:

Sam has been posting pictures of his wonderful creation over the last few weeks, and it’s just amazing! Star Convoy done justice.

 

#18/19:

Both of these threads are well worth a read for all kinds of bizarre G1 concept art. What could have been!

 

#17:

It was quite the month for leaks. This tweet brutally sums up how it was.

 

#16:

Every time Richard (otherwise known as OptimusTimelord) drops a new gif, I’m just in awe. Look at this!

 

#15:

A rare peak behind-the-scenes from one of the creators of the new Kingdom line! Great job!

 

#14:

Oh hey, remember that time Optimus was an alligator? This sums it up perfectly.

 

#13:

https://twitter.com/ARCTIC_ST0RM/status/1308823712586588161?s=20

Trukk AND munky.

 

#12:

2020 was the year that major news outlets got school on what to call different versions of giant robots.

 

#11:

Who knew this was a recurring theme?

 

#10:

Shut up and take my money.

 

#9:

Some *stunning* artwork here, representing the fine form of TF: Animated Optimus Prime with a slightly more traditional flair. Love it.

 

#8:

Did I mention stunning artwork? Oh, here’s some more!

 

#7:

I feel distinctly called out.

 

#6:

You lot are a thirsty bunch, ain’t ya?

 

#5:

OK, I had to laugh at this. If nothing else it proves two things – Hasbro knows a lot about the history of their IP *and* they know their audience. Well played.

 

#4:

Siege, 1984 edition.

 

#3:

The Masterpiece Beast Wars releases are shaping up to be some of the most cartoon-accurate endeavours we’ve ever seen in toy form, as beautifully demonstrated here.

 

#2:

No caption I can give you is better than the reply to this tweet from @DevinKelly20 which says, “A Transformer that actually takes your credit card number is a little on-the-nose.” Indeed.

 

#1:

You’re at your best when when the going gets rough! You’ve been put to the test, but it’s never enough!

 

So that’s our list. Did we miss any other great Transformers tweets?

TTFN

About Sixo

Transformers collector from the UK, collecting vintage G1/G2, CR/RID, UT & Masterpiece/3P. Find me at twitter.com/SixoTF or on YouTube at youtube.com/SixoTF

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