Transformers More Than Meets the Eye

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One character who looks like a dog/wolf is killed.
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Does a cat die?
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One focus is mnemosurgery, where someone has needles inserted into their neck. This happens a few times on panel but the needles are shown multiple times.
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Are there bugs?
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Are there incestuous relationships?
National Sexual Assault Hotline 800.656.4673
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One character who transforms into a car crashes into someone else.
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Someone is stepped on and someone else has their head crushed.
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Does a kid die?
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One gay character dies (and is tortured) but an alternate universe version of him comes back and the couple gets back together. In the sequel series, one gay characters dies permanently and one dies but is also brought back.
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There are many scenes with drinking on panel and characters get drunk.
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queerbarbie
The characters don't have "bones" persay, but limbs do get crush or removed.
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One character attempts suicide but is stopped.
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No character has cancer exactly, but a character does have a terminal illness.
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One character carves grooves into his face with his claws.
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Some characters are electrocuted, to kill them not as electroconvulsive therapy.
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queerbarbie
A character manipulates another character emotionally, to attempt murder.
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hyperandrogenism
Very briefly but the character who misgendered the person apologizes and is very accepting.
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A couple graphic on panel scenes, one talked about graphically but not on panel, more discussed/implied frequently.
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A couple issues take place in an actual hospital and there is the medical bay/infirmary that is in most issues.
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One character has an addiction to the equivalent of stimulants/steroids (very minor, I didn't even notice it, it's not talked about but he is shown using them), another is addicted to transforming (one main plot point in some of the earlier issues but not as big later).
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Some parts are quite gory. Several characters lose arms which are later replaced, one character is cut in half, a character is shown being tortured, bloody dead bodies are shown, many people are killed.
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Not explicit, but some people interpret two characters as dating and one mentally/emotionally abuses the other.
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One character has no eyes but it isn't talked about. Two characters have their faces partially torn off around their eyes, only one has damage done to the actual eye. Another character has eyes that can be and are usually separated from his body.
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One character has his hands cut off, another has his arm cut off, one has his thumb pulled off.
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Characters are shot and sometimes killed using guns. The guns look like human guns.
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In a couple issues there is a character who is against couples showing affection and many readers interpret that as a metaphor for homophobia. A character tries to kill all cold constructed (made artificially from the matrix of leadership) transformers because he believes forged transformers are superior and this sentiment is discussed frequently, many readers interpret this as a metaphor for racism. There is talk of functionism (the idea that certain alt modes are superior and that you have to have a job based on your alt mode) but no one agrees with it, people also interpret this as a metaphor for racism and classism.
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