This week's new episode of Transformers Prime Beast Hunters "Project Predacon" has come and gone, now it's time to look forward to next week's installment "Chain of Command". Enjoy the promo clip embedded below courtesy of YouTube user Wlad SkuLLine.
With just a short while before the new Transformers Prime Beast Hunters episode "Project Predacon" airs tonight, fans get a little something new. That something comes in the form of a new opening sequence featuring Predaking and a heavier mix of the Transformers Prime theme song. This news comes to us via Hitfix. Check out the new opening embedded below to get ready for all new Transformers Prime goodness. Do you like this opening better than the old one? Sound off and let everyone know in the Energon Pub.
After a brief hiatus Transformers Prime Beast Hunters returns to The Hub this at 7:30 PM ET with a brand episode, "Project Pedacon". Buzz Focus and the Transformers facebook page have posted a trio of additional promotional still from tonight's new episode, which we've mirrored below. Be sure to tune in!
In this episode, Megatron hatches a plan to clone an army of Predacons.
In this still, we see a farm of cloning tubes, containing an assorted variety of transforming beasts to battle the Autobots.
Transformers Prime: Beast Hunters is back! In a new episode tomorrow night at 7:30 pm ET on The Hub Network, the Autobots adjust to new group dynamics within their expanded lineup, while the Decepticons launch a new scheme to clone an army of beasts.
Comic Book Movie has posted another preview clip from tomorrow's new episode of Transformers Prime Beast Hunters, "Project Predacon". Be sure to tune into The Hub tomorrow evening at 7:30 PM ET. We've embedded a YouTube version of the clip below.
lmb3.net has gotten a hold of an obscure piece of Transformers history, a 1986 Transformers The Movie Ziploc Promotion Salesmanâ€™s Sample Kit. The kit would have been given to retail clients by salesmen to encourage additional sales. The kit, which was packaged in a Transformers branded backpack, contained iron-on patches, a Powerdasher figure, thermos, coupons, promotional materials, and some really interesting financial stats from Hasbro regarding the Transformers brand. At that time the Transformers held the record for first year toy introduction at $100 million in 1984. They expected the brand to rake in around $300 million in 1986. Click here to view all the materials and paperwork contained within the kit.
The Hub has shared a new promo image for this Friday's all new episode of Transformers Prime Beast Hunters, "Project Predacon". The image features Ultra Magnus and the newly upgrade Optimus Prime with the Forge of Solus Prime in the foreground. Be sure to tune into The Hub this Friday at 7:30 PM ET.
The Hub is now airing a proper promo for this week's new episode of Transformers Prime Beast Hunters, "Project Predacon". Look as though Bumblebee isn't the only one sporting a new paint job this season, get a load of Smokescreen! Be sure to tune in this Friday at 7:30 PM ET for this exciting episode. Enjoy the embedded video below courtesy of YouTube user Shadowcat0161.
The Hub has started airing a new promo advertising next week's return of Transformers Prime Beast Hunters. Be sure to tune into the Hub on Friday, May 17th for at 7:30 PM ET for "Project Predacon". Check out the latest promo uploaded by YouTube user SoundcastReviews.
Zap2it brings us the title and synopsis for the 8th episode of Transformers Prime Beast Hunters. This episode is scheduled to air on June 7th, and is titled "Thist". See the brief episdoe summary below:
Transformers Prime Beast Hunters : Thirst
S03, E08 (First Aired: June 7, 2013)
Knock Out and Starscream experiment with synthetic lead and threaten to take over the Deceptacon ship and unleash an old enemy.
Collider has posted an interview with Mike Vogel, the Vice President of Development for Hasbro Studios. In the interview he discusses several of Hasbro's properties including Transformers Prime. He also hints that we can expect some big things from their major brands at this year's San Diego Comic-Con. The full interview can be found by clicking here.
Did you feel like there was enough of an opportunity to wrap up the story you were telling with Transformers Prime, for the third and final season?
VOGEL: There absolutely was. The plan for Transformers Prime was always to do three seasons. We knew, from day one, where we were going to try to wrap everything up, before we decided what the next chapter of Transformers was going to be. And it was really successful in working with the toy teams to find something new.
How often do you want to rotate the characters or add new characters, in shows like Transformers or G.I. Joe? Is that something youâ€™re always thinking about?
There are certain characters, like Bumblebee and Optimus Prime, and Rainbow Dash and Pinkie Pie from My Little Pony, that youâ€™re not going to get rid of. Theyâ€™re always going to remain the ambassadors of your brand, but you create stories that allow you to bring in new characters. What was great about Transformers Prime was that itâ€™s not like we got rid of Megatron and Starscream, or Bumblebee and Optimus Prime. Theyâ€™re still there. And we figured out a really cool way to bring this awesome new character, Predaking, to life within the story that we were already telling.
With Comic-Con just around the corner, are you already thinking about what youâ€™ll show in San Diego?
We definitely have some very cool plans for Comic-Con. We have some big news on some of our big brands coming out. I canâ€™t say what it is because I donâ€™t want to spoil the surprise. Comic-Con is a lot of fun for us. Hasbro has been upping their game significantly in the past few years, now that we have so much great entertainment, in addition to our great toys, and I think this year is going to be no different. Weâ€™re going to have some really, really cool stuff for the fans.
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