I was playing around with my Samsung NX30 and NX300 with the 60mm Macro lens. I was taking photos of the shiny Optimus Prime Helmet that came with the KRE-O version of custom Optimus Prime and it made me think that it was a memorial to a fallen in battle Optimus Prime.
This also made me think of Transformers Prime, the cartoon series that I think was the best Transformers series ever. At the end of the series Optimus Prime is one with the All Spark. He’s basically dead, I’m sure that he will be coming back, though. There is no way that he’s gone for good. But, at the end of the series he is gone. I recently learned that an all new Transformers series is in the works for 2015. It will pick up years after the events of Transformers Prime, see the press release below. Continue reading Prime in Memoriam
We received a copy of the latest Littlest Pet Shop DVD compilation to watch and review. Opinions are 100% our own.
The Littlest Pet Shop is one of those shows that Eva will watch when it is on. She always enjoys it but it is not on our DVR rotation for recording (Which is good because it is new season time and Momma and Dada have their shows to watch). So, it is good that we were able to get a copy of this DVD so Eva could catch up on the episodes from the show.
While the show does not have the same following of a My Little Pony it is still smartly written and many of the characters are voiced by the same cast as MLP so there is some crossover in audience. The show itself is cute and has some funny moments that even parents will get. Blythe is a good character, she’s smart, funny and does her own thing even when bullies try and keep her down. It is good to see some stronger female characters in programs.
The stars are really the pets in the pet shop, they all have their own personalities and they can talk with Blythe, who can understand them. She and the pets get into all sorts of adventures. Five of those adventures are on this DVD.
Continue reading Review: Littlest Pet Shop: Petacular Escapades