Source: Empire's Transformers: Age Of Extinction Cover Arrives
Oh there's been leak pictures, card board cut outs of Optimus's head with the immortal Peter Cullen's voice, but we've yet to have an official look at Optimus Prime. Well, until now as Empire Magazine has released photos of Transformers: Age of Extinction, the latest entry to the franchise. The crown jewel is their cover which shows off the new look Optimus will sport:
They also included a bonus picture of 80s nostigia tyrant/director Michael Bay:
As you'll notice Optimus is sporting one of the melee weapons we reported on earlier. So why the change of form? Well, wouldn't you change your form after beheading and murdering your arch-nemesis and mentor in cold blood plus allow untold thousands of humans to perish in Chicago just to teach us humans who already knew the Decepticons are monsters?
The Transformers-slated issue of Empire will hit stores on Thursday. Though considering it is Thanksgiving, nobody will care until Friday. Transformers: Age of Extinction will make your braincells extinct on June 27, 2014.
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