For Easter, Matt (Timey) hosts a radio show in tribute to Nemmy, who left us 2 years ago.
A day late with not a lot of Transformers news, Welcome to Kimia 109 is here!
All Kaiju Attack! Where an irish palaeontologist gets his friends to watch through old japanese monster movies, then talk about what they just watched!
This time, Mikey and Matt (Timey), talk about the 1970 Toho movie, Space Amoeba, AKA Yog: Monster from Space!
Sami's at it again! This time taking a look Transformers Generations line with Blurr. *Cue Sonic the Hedgehog reference*
Check out the gallery here!
The idea of immortality in fiction has many different ways to which they become interesting based on who writes the story. Sometimes a character and live forever and be forced to deal with the hardship of life changing around them, often times their immortality can expose their weakness by a removal of a limb which supports the body, whereas the idea of immortality can have a connection with another person and the fate is tied to them. The difficulties with the ability to live forever is realizing what effect it has on your life, but also everyone else around you and what will happen should this curse not be lifted, the good thing about 3x3 eyes is it manages to look into a concept while it’s very linear and makes a rather exciting but also very enjoyable adventure.
Another week of very little Transformers news for Tricky and Stu on this weeks Welcome to Kimia.