You can start from the beginning of the IDW Transformers series at vol.1 which is Infiltration, with flashbacks of the war on Cybertron being in Stormbringer (vol.2, I think). And that’s good comics. There’s flashbacks throughout the whole series, but this one is focused on Cybertron. There’s also Spotlight issues… Read more
You can check Tfwiki for that, search for IDW 2005 continuity. I recommend skipping the Hasbroverse crossovers (Rom, Gi Joe, etc.), not worth it.
IDW did work it so there are several points you can jump in - the aforementioned Robots In Disguise/More Than Meets The Eye books being one point. If you want to go back to the start of IDW’s take, then Infiltration is the first mini series. I think IDW have (had?) a timeline / reading guide on their website that… Read more
Same for me but with Wii U and 3DS swapped. I only got into the first dungeon after you get the Monado on Wii, got to the second big open area on Wii U then on 3DS got like 40ish hours in before stopping for reasons that escape me right now. Really looking forward to giving it yet another crack.
Did everyone see the hour-long fundraiser variety show they did last Friday? It was really what I needed right now, even if it was a little clunky at times.
The Genki also has the USB charging pass-through that the Steel Series lacks. It’s just an ideal product. Does what it says without a bunch of unnecessary bells and whistles.
For what it’s worth I disagree - TW looks way better. I’m pretty sure XBC dropped down to like 360p or less sometimes on handheld, way less than the Witcher, and the Witcher doesn’t have that terrible sharpening filter over it that XBC had. Honestly XBC2 would have looked better blurry than with that filter.
Mashed potatoes are a blank enough canvas such that cheese and gravy isn’t a total overload. But Mac and cheese should taste of cheese and gravy sounds like a distraction at best, muddling the flavor. Of course this is fast food so extreme flavor is kind of the point. Read more
Easily. The original Shang Chi run was a riff on 60's spy flicks, with Fu Manchu basically being a Bond villain. And since one Bond villain is as good as another, it should work fine.