I decided to give name this page what I did because of Hot Rod's quote to Daniel in Transformers The Movie: "You can see everything from Lookout Mountain." In case you didn't know, Lookout Mtn. is in my home state of Tennessee, thus suggesting that Autobot City and its primary neighborhood, Metroplex, sit upside Lookout Mountain on the Tennessee-(American) Georgia border. (I have a friend who is from former Soviet Georgia.) Anyway, thanks for visiting the only city-state I may ever build.
To find out more about Autobot City, click here.
A little about me (The City's founder)
The Residents' (Autobot) Page
The Decepticon Page
To tide you over until I'm done, here is an image of my favorite "weather girl" and black superheroine, STORM!
Links to other sites on the Web
Check out our new Quintessential Questionnaire!
Click here to go to the Master Site of TRANSFORMERS Alternative
Click here to read the introduction page of TRANSFORMERS Alternative
Click here to read the 4th issue of TRANSFORMERS Alternative
A railroad link to help understand those (mostly yellow) Trailer-Train or TTX Corp. flatcars.
Everything LEGO: A wonderful page with hundreds of links about LEGO and where to buy certain items, pieces, or sets.
BIGBOT.COM: A wonderful page with THOUSANDS of links to Transformers-related pages.
Iacon's Brasília District. A cool site whose outside is based on a neighborhood in the Autobot capital.
My little corner of the world (Memphis, TN). I hope this link works...
(Hopefully) A .torrent link for Milestone Comics classic, Blood Syndicate.
In slightly over 3 years, The Metroplex is now over 2,606,600 visitors strong. This includes 2.6 Million visits by Lycos's search spider and about 400 maintenance visits by myself. Even still, this accounts for over 6,200 real tourists. Keep enjoying this page for it will always be under construction, always building. One of these days, I'll have a battle station mode up and running. Salutations from the best lightweight Transformers resource available.
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