Monday, April 12, 2010

Pointless Question #76

What if the Transformers landed on Earth in the 12th century, instead of the 20th or 21st?

6 comments:

Tom Foss said...

There was a comic series called "Transformers: Evolutions" or somesuch which had them crashing in the 19th Century and transforming into steam trains and such. That was pretty cool, as were the WW2-era Transformers in one of the TF/G.I. Joe comic crossovers.

Earlier centuries depend on which Transformers we're talking about: classic metal ones, or later series Beast Warriors. The latter would probably have no trouble blending in; the former would probably become metallic animals and occasionally chariots and catapults. They'd also inspire oodles of crazy myths.

Ryan W. said...

Hopefully they would turn into their corresponding Castle Greyskulls and Snake Mountains.

Akusai said...

Here's one: what if the Transformers landed in the universe of the Go-Bots? Would they transform into super-lame versions of Transformers?

Dunc said...

Where do you think all those massive Gothic cathedrals came from?

Akusai said...

I always figured aliens built them. Never figured they were aliens.

King of Ferrets said...

They would go "screw this, these forms suck" and just run around as giant robots.