Transformers might be “robots in disguise” to the average person, but to the consumer, there ain’t no disguising the avalanche of robotic projects coming our way. Falling in with the likes of Marvel, DC, and the Star Wars franchise, the folks behind Transformers are creating a “shared universe,” and it sounds like pretty much anything contained within the canon of the Autobots and Decepticons is fair game. Are you ready for a Bumblebee solo film? How about a story of robotic lives and love set on pre-war Cybertron? Can you handle the heart-palpitating excitement of a story focused on Cosmos (you remember Cosmos from the original cartoon series, right – the robot alien who decided to come to Earth inconspicuously disguised as… a UFO)?
No one knew how to explain the cosmic world of heavenly bodies better than Carl Sagan. His soothing narration gently eased your tiny pea-sized brain to expand with knowledge of billions upon billions of stars and planets. And today he’s back (thanks to talented animator, Dan Meth) to teach you all about the many wonders of such planets as Thundara, home of the Thundercats and Cybertron where the sentient life breeds mechanically.
Sit back, roll a joint and enjoy the dulcet tones of Mr Sagan as you journey through the cosmos, man.
source: College Humor