James Roberts on IDW’s Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye

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James Roberts, writer and mastermind, talks robots, disguises, and the scope and humanity of IDW’s Cybertronian comics universe. Robot gender, robot psychology, and entry points for new readers — this sprawling conversation with WWAC staffer, Rachel Stevens, has it all. — Megan

Rachel Stevens

Rachel Stevens

Staff Writer. Rachel J Stevens is a transgender woman living in Seattle, Washington, originally from Michigan. She loves science fiction, music, bright colors, and combinations thereof. She spends entirely too much time reading on the internet and thinking about robots.

One thought on “James Roberts on IDW’s Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye

  1. Living robotic organism have a gender/sex ( they don’t have to be gendered/sexed the way organics are) is odd, but I like it. Do they need to have one? No? Can they have one? Why not. I know that they don’t sexually reproduce or assuming that they don’t. If they do, then it should be bonding their protons. I came up with proton bonding after learning that the spark isn’t a reproductive organ.

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