It was the week of September 12 that we first heard about Beast Hunters and its connection to Prime.
We've had subline imprints in the years after Cybertron. The Movie 1 toyline had both "AllSpark Power" and "Premium Series". Animated skipped on the ordeal, but ROTF had "N.E.S.T. Global Alliance". DOTM was going to have "Movie Trilogy" until that went under (minus the sole Optimus toy), and the 2010 subtitle-less "Transformers" toyline got reworked into "Reveal the Shield". The Prime toyline itself has already gone through two phases, "First Edition" and "Robots in Disguise", and will also have the "Dark Energon" subline via BBTS before it goes into "Beast Hunters".
"The show to reset itself back to default by the end of 23 minutes every week, just like the current season.
" - While I agree with you about that for the earlier parts of the show, ever since Smokescreen arrived, the show has taken a dramatic turn for the better, with the episodic formula being dropped and being switched into a continuous ongoing storyline, as said at the NYCC panel. Also, the Steven Melching interview had him say that he's heard the status quo complaints like these and that, as a result, season 3 will have no status quo.
The zombies (Terrorcons) must have gotten caught in the explosion of the space bridge like Megatron did.
Voyager Predaking was on the Powerpoint presentation, "Leader" Predaking was on display at the Hasbro booth the night before.
But G2 Go-Bots Optimus Prime and Machine Wars Optimus Prime had exposed mouths before the Energon Optimus toy came out.
Another great one, guys. Cool interview at the end too.
Did anyone ask the Hasbro panels for a status update on the Prime Breakdown, Jet Vehicon, and Ironhide domestic releases? I remember before they said they had no specific plans as of yet.
I honestly think if we keep pestering them about it they might give in. Don't let up. Ask them at every single convention they attend.
They asked about Breakdown and there are still no plans for it yet. They said they'd really like to give us toys of all the in show characters, but that we need patience.
And it was confirmed that Rumble and Kup would be the final TF: Prime Deluxes released before the switch over to Beast Hunters.
STngAR wrote:Oh, and its nice to finally know how to pronounce Seibertron.
Yeah, it's like "Say-ber-tron".