The Facebook page Transformers Game has uploaded an image of Bumblebee in his Transformers: Age of Extinction incarnation, taken from the upcoming videogame Rise of the Dark Spark. Check it out in the image below, mirrored for those of you without Facebook access.
We reported the Amazon listing of the IDW Publishing Transformers: Phase Two Hardcover collection, but we now have news of its antecedent Phase One paperback! Check out the listing here, though still lacking a cover image, and read on below for details on what will be included in this mammoth book, priced at $21.34 (discounted from $29.99 RRP).
Phase One collects the first three arcs of IDW's Transformers continuity, Infiltration, Escalation, and Devastation, written by longtime TF scribe Simon Furman, with art by E.J. Su, Nick Roche, and Robby Musso.
We had a very brief clip last week from the New York International Auto Show 2014, showing off some of the Chevrolet vehicles appearing in the upcoming Transformers: Age of Extinction movie. Thanks to YouTube channel The Vintage Car Show we get an extended look at the three vehicles on show: 2014 Chevrolet Camaro, 2014 Chevrolet Corvette C7 Stingray and the Sonic RS, the first two respectively Bumblebee and Crosshairs in the movie. Check it out in the video embedded below, which also includes clips from the Chevrolet Age of Extinction promotional ad, showing the vehicles in action alongside the Chevy Trax SUV, as the mass-produced Stinger character.
Fellow Seibertron.com user 5150 Cruiser has spotted a new video upload on the official Steve Jablonsky YouTube channel. The clip, while not showing any images other than the Decepticon logo from Transformers: Age of Extinction, plays around three minutes of music, from a track apparently titled 'Truck'. This is quite probably part of the new movie's score, given the similarities with previous tracks, and can be heard in the embedded video below!
The product side of the Hasbro website has updated its listings, and now features several items from the Playskool Heroes Transformers: Rescue Bots series. The figures available include the five mini PVC style two packs, with Blades, Bumblebee, Optimus Prime, Heatwave and Boulder alongside a smaller figure between Dr Morocco, Doc Greene, Scrapmaster, Cody Burns and ..a T-Rex. Also available are the smaller transforming toys of Bumblebee, Heatwave and Optimus Prime. Check out images below, and head here to buy yours!
Samsung recently celebrated the launch of their curved UHD TV in the UK by constructing a seven screen structure at the top of London's Gherkin which gave attendees a look at exclusive footage from Transformers Age of Extinction. This event and footage was captured and uploaded to Youtube. Check out the videos from juggulag1234,유강현 and BroadcastExchange.
Move over Michael Bay! The other nostalgic Transforming Robots cartoon is set to make a comeback on DVD via Warner Brothers online shop! for a price of 29.95! That's slightly less than $1 per episode. They will be available May 6th, 2014.
They’re back-at last! Cy-Kill! Leader-1! Cop-Tur! Turbo! Crasher! Scooter! The noble Guardian GoBots and the nefarious Renegade GoBots continue the war begun in The Battle for Gobotron across time and space in their epic series that comes to you factory fresh! With Earth as their chosen staging ground, the Renegades deploy Earth’s worst such as the deranged Dr. Braxis [voiced by Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’s Rene Auberjonois], in the quest to conquer Earth and then Gobotron, so it's a good thing the Guardians have Matt, Nick and Ad of UNECDM on their side! This 30-episode, three-disc collection finds the amazing, metamorphing cyborgs taking their fight to Ancient Rome, lost Atlantis and back to Gobotron in a series of adventures that will leave you shouting for “MOAR”!
Previously, Shanghai GM revealed a Chevy Trax Transformer with its robot mode in silhouette. Now, evolife gives us a look at the robot mode via an official statue by Chevrolet. We still have no confirmation of the identity of the Chevy Trax Transformer although several of the vehicles were filmed driving with Galvatron. Evolife also shows us a nice image of a Bumblebee statue. You can check out the images below.
Following the reported news that a new mobile game was being developed by DeNA, who currently run Transformers: Legends, the company have updated their blog with a clarification. The game is being developed by their Chinese counterpart, and is not affiliated with Transformers: Legends in any way, nor is it going to be released in the US. Read on or here for more.
TRANSFORMERS Rising Clarification
As you may have heard, there’s a new DeNA game being developed titled Transformers Rising. We wanted to take a quick moment to address some of the misconceptions surrounding it.
For clarification, this game is being developed by our sister studio in China, and is in no way affiliated with, or a sequel to TRANSFORMERS: Legends.
There are currently no plans for a US release.
There is no beta testing currently going on. Claims of invitation and access to a Transformers Rising beta are completely fabricated for reasons unknown to us.
This game’s development and existence does not affect or influence TRANSFORMERS: Legends in any way. We have heard a few players suggesting that this game’s arrival will mark the end of TFL, and that couldn’t be farther from the truth.
TRANSFORMERS: Legends is running strong with a bright future ahead of it, and we want to make sure that all of our loyal players are well aware of that.
The TRANSFORMERS: Legends Team”
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