Brooklyn Optimus Prime

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Brooklyn Optimus Prime in NYC


Version  12,  October 2013                                                                                               - Beth Brown,
"One shall stand,  one shall fall."

Brooklyn Optimus Prime around town...
If you look closely,  you will recognize many of his parts
 because they are things
that we all have in our homes.
Look in your kitchen & bathroom,  under your sinks,  in your closets & junk drawers...
Wishing to set a good example,  B-Prime keeps improving himself:
his newest model is version 12,  and he now weighs 130 lbs.

Version 12,  October 2013                                                                                                                            - Beth Brown

                                                                                                                                             - Beth Brown
"Danger can't be ignored.   It must be conquered!"

                                             - Beth Brown

                                                                                                     - Beth Brown

The version 1 'test run' at the 2010 NYC Easter Parade:

   V. 1                                               - Eileen Zolkos
"I gotcha,  boy!"

After 40+ modifications ,  version 2 protected the June 2010 Coney Island Mermaid Parade:

 Version 2                             - redswept,  on Flickr

Jo Sef Gray,  on Flickr                                                 XMachina,  on Flickr

                                                                                                     - unknown

The Mermaid Parade is the largest art parade in the United States.
This is where 'Brooklyn RobotWorks' was born!

V. 2                                                                                     - branko,  on Flickr

Version 3 protected the Brooklyn Heights Promenade,  Sept. 2010:

Sep. 2010                                                                                                                   - Eileen Zolkos
"Thank you,  all of you.    You honor us with your bravery."
July 2011                                                                                                                    - Alan Camuto

Version 4 attempted to negotiate with a Decepticon representative,  Oct. 2010:

V. 4,  NY Comic Con                     - ccarella,  on Flickr

V. 4 Protecting Times Square,  Oct. 2010                                     - Sandra D.

V. 4 protecting the financial markets...ahem...           - Eric Delaubier

V. 4 Protecting Grand Central Station                                                  - fabi_k,  on Flickr

Protecting the 2012 Mermaid Parade in Coney Island:

                                                                                                                          - startowa13,  on
Proudly protecting all forms of artistic freedom...

Version 8 protected the 2012 NY Comic Con

                                                        - Coskulture
"Before time began,  there was The Cube.    We know not where it comes from,
only that it holds the power to create worlds...and fill them with life.
That is how our race was born.
In time,  we lived in harmony,  but as with all great power,  some wanted it for good...
and others for evil...
And so began the war,  a war that ravaged our world until it was consumed by death.
And The Cube was lost to the far reaches of space...
We scattered across the galaxy,  hoping to find it and rebuild our world...
searching every star,  every planet.
And just as all hope seemed lost,  came message of a new discovery that drew us
to an unknown planet called Earth.
But were we already too late?"

                                                                                            - Bruce Handy
"Clean your rooms,  do your homework,  eat your vegetables,  and trust in robots!"

                                                                        - Juan Sanchez Ramirez
"Proudly protecting each other."

                                                                                                                         - Victor Kruger
"How much to call Cybertron?   What, $28 million!"

                                                                                                                         - Iggy Kozlowski
"Do you know the theme from Transformers?"

                                                                                                                                                                              - Beth Brown
"A storm is coming...we'd better stick around..."

                                                                                         - Beth Brown + Irfanview filtering

                                                                                                                                                                     - Reggie Lavoie

                                                                                                                                              - Geek Triumvirate
"Don't be afraid to reach for the stars."

                                                                                                                                                                                  - Beth Brown
"Hmmm,  this is all very interesting...even for an intelligent mechanical being..."

                                                                                                                                                                        - Beth Brown

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