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Transformers: Age of Extinction Concept Art from Ken Christiansen

Transformers News: Transformers: Age of Extinction Concept Art from Ken Christiansen
Date: Thursday, July 3rd 2014 10:42am CDT
Categories: Movie News, People News
Posted by: El Duque | Credit(s): Ken Christiansen

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Our friend Ken Christiansen has updated his Facebook page with some of his concept design artwork for Transformers: Age of Extinction Grimlock. Take a look at the images mirrored below:

Transformers News: Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction Concept Art from Robert Simons

Transformers News: Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction Concept Art from Robert Simons

Transformers Voice Actor Gregg Berger voice of G1 Grimlock to attend TFcon Toronto 2014

Transformers News: Transformers Voice Actor Gregg Berger voice of G1 Grimlock to attend TFcon Toronto 2014
Date: Tuesday, July 1st 2014 8:14am CDT
Categories: Event News, People News
Posted by: mooncake623 | Credit(s): TFcon

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Our friends at TFcon stopped by to share with us that Transformers Voice Actor Gregg Berger to attend TFcon Toronto 2014 will be attending TFcon in Toronto 2014. Transformers fans will recognize Gregg to be the voice of G1 Grimlock! Gregg is also the voice of Skyfire, Long Haul and Outback from G1. And he also returned to the character of Grimlock for the Fall of Cybertron video game. He will be available during the Q&A panels and will have autograph sessions at TFCon.


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Transformers News: Transformers Voice Actor Gregg Berger voice of G1 Grimlock to attend TFcon Toronto 2014



Transformers News: Transformers Voice Actor Gregg Berger voice of G1 Grimlock to attend TFcon Toronto 2014

Alex Milne IDW Transformers Character Models: Highbrow, Holomatter Avatar Whirl

Transformers News: Alex Milne IDW Transformers Character Models: Highbrow, Holomatter Avatar Whirl
Date: Sunday, June 29th 2014 5:48am CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, People News
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): Alex Milne

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IDW fan-favourite artist Alex Milne has recently tweeted a couple of sketches for characters in Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye, including one who has yet to show up, and a punk-esque re-imagining of a previous one: check out below his concepts for Highbrow and Whirl's holomatter avatar!

Transformers News: Alex Milne IDW Transformers Character Models: Highbrow, Holomatter Avatar Whirl

Transformers News: Alex Milne IDW Transformers Character Models: Highbrow, Holomatter Avatar Whirl

Transformers: Rescue Bots Wrap Party Video

Transformers News: Transformers: Rescue Bots Wrap Party Video
Date: Sunday, June 29th 2014 5:16am CDT
Categories: Cartoon News, Media, People News
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): DC Douglas

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Thanks to a tip from resident Seibertron.com voice actor jON3.0, we get a look at the Transformers Rescue Bots Wrap Party! The video was uploaded by DC Douglas, the voice of Chase on the show, and features cast and crew from the season, including Cody, Blades, the Twins, and more - check it out embedded below.


Transformers Week at Sequart.org: Interview with James Roberts

Transformers News: Transformers Week at Sequart.org: Interview with James Roberts
Date: Saturday, June 28th 2014 2:18am CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Interviews, Media, People News
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): Sequart.org

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Currently up at Sequart.org, still in their Transformers week of criticism, reviews, readings and interviews, is the first part of a really quite in-depth conversation with True Believers Award nominee and IDW Transformers writer James Roberts - talking all things More Than Meets the Eye! Check out a very brief snippet below, and head here for the rest.

Transformers News: Transformers Week at Sequart.org: Interview with James Roberts


DAVID WHITTAKER: Ok, so starting at the beginning how did the concept of More Than Meets The Eye come about? Had you had any plans for what became More Than Meets The Eye as you were working on cooperative projects such as Last Stand of The Wreckers or Chaos Theory? I ask this because you have seemingly innocuous characters, such as Rung or Whirl appearing in those tales, who go on to become major players. So to speak.

JAMES ROBERTS: Well, the series’ core concept – Rodimus heads off in search of the legendary Knights of Cybertron – was decided back in 2010 by either Andy Schmidt (John Barber’s predecessor as editor of IDW’s Transformers titles) or Mike Costa (who wrote IDW’s first ongoing Transformers title from 2009 to 2011) – maybe both of them. I think Mike came up with the idea of the Knights, although I was never given more than the name when I was asked to write More Than Meets The Eye. Anyway, back in 2010 IDW decided that from January 2012 Mike’s ongoing series would split into two titles, More Than Meets The Eye and Robots In Disguise. One title would follow Rodimus and Drift on their quest, the other would focus on Bumblebee trying to make a go of things on a devastated Cybertron. The Autobots would have fallen out – there would have been some kind of schism – and some characters would side with Rodimus, some with Bumblebee. At the time this game-plan was decided, no one knew what it was that would precipitate the schism, or which characters (beyond Drift) would side with the two Autobot figureheads. It was all really up in the air.

Transformers Comic Book Artist Alex Milne to attend TFcon Toronto 2014

Transformers News: Transformers Comic Book Artist Alex Milne to attend TFcon Toronto 2014
Date: Friday, June 27th 2014 10:27pm CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Event News, People News
Posted by: El Duque | Credit(s): TFcon

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Our friends at TFcon dropped by to let us know that fan favorite artist Alex Milne has been added as a special guest for the 2014 event in Toronto. See details below:

TFcon is very pleased to welcome back Alex Milne to the TFcon Toronto guest list this year.

Alex is the artist for IDW’s popular Transformers: More than Meets the Eye comic book. He will be attending both days and offering prints and commissions to attendees all weekend long.


Transformers News: Re: TFcon 2014 dates announced: July 11th – 13th

New York Magazine Learns the History Behind Stan Bush's 'The Touch'

Transformers News: New York Magazine Learns the History Behind Stan Bush's 'The Touch'
Date: Friday, June 27th 2014 8:06pm CDT
Categories: Cartoon News, Interviews, People News
Posted by: LOST Cybertronian | Credit(s): Vulture.com

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Vulture.com, which is the entertainment destination from the team behind New York magazine, recently learned the history of Seibertron.com friend Stan Bush's Transformers hit 'The Touch'. Learn about the origins of the song inspired from the movie Iron Eagle and which movie Stan had in mind while writing. Check out some excerpts below or you can read the entire article here.

Vulture.com wrote:Listening to it, one might think, With lyrics like "it's in the mighty hands of steel," this must be a song written about Optimus Prime. But no. Bush says he had never even heard of the Transformers until after the song was already finished. Bush had written it with visions in his head of other iron bodies: Sylvester Stallone and Lou Gossett Jr.


Vulture.com wrote:"We wrote the song with the Stallone movie Cobra in mind," Bush said in his amiable southern drawl, picked up during his childhood in northern Florida. "We wanted to get it on the soundtrack. But the record label, they got it in the Transformers movie instead. We thought, What in the hell is that? An animated movie about robots? Really?"

IDW Transformers Drift: Empire of Stone - Further Information

Transformers News: IDW Transformers Drift: Empire of Stone - Further Information
Date: Thursday, June 26th 2014 4:11pm CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, People News
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): Shane McCarthy, Guido Guidi, IDW Publishing

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Given the recent announcements, both at BotCon and in the Director's Cut of Transformers Spotlight: Drift of the new mini-series on the ex-Decepticon-turned-Autobot-with-Spectralist/scapegoat - we decided to collect all known news so far and keep a single thread (as for Transformers: Windblade) for the upcoming Empire of Stone, with Shane McCarthy and Guido Guidi back in the pilot's seat! Check out below a couple of snippets from the DC Drift and McCarthy's own blog!

Shane McCarthy: The mini kicks off after Drift was booted from the Lost Light and deals with what he’s been doing since then. It’s been a lot of fun because I’m incorporating the elements James brought to his character in the ongoing bookwhile also bringing the focus back towards his internal struggles with what the war did to him and what it meant to switch sides.

I’m including some great villains—seriously, they’re so much fun, and I’ve also brought in Ratchet. I loved the chemistry James brought to those two so, as you know, I lobbied hard to be able to use Ratchet in this. There’s rogue Decepticons, a hidden army, and a ton of action. Plus a good hard look at who Drift is underneath his cavalier exterior.

Guido Guidi: Drift, like a wandering samurai... in space! After leaving the Lost Light, he’s been pretty much on his own, and guess what—the universe is still full of bad guys... and some unexpected friends.


I’m currently sitting in a hotel in Stockholm working on the script for Drift: Empire of Stone #3. I’m loving the hell out of writing this and wanted to share some random thoughts…

I’ve seen a lot of tweeting and retweeting about the series on Twitter and I’m really thankful for all of the excitement out there. John (Transformers editor) tells me the reaction at Botcon to the series announcement was big and that’s really exciting to hear. I’m looking forward to seeing what everyone thinks.

The biggest kick in all of this is working with Guido again. The Gui’s art is brilliant but partnering up with him again is bringing me back to the amazing AHM days.

It dawned on me that this is the first time I’ve been able to write Drift as I originally imagined him to be. He spent much of his time in the background of AHM and then the Spotlight and the mini series that followed focused on Drift in the past, a Drift that was in a lot of turmoil. Not to suggest he still isn’t but he wasn’t the cavalier, good humoured Autobot I originally conceived him to be yet. His good humour and often present smile certainly hides a lot of inner pain but in those flashbacks the pain was all on the surface. It’s three issues in so far and Drift is definitely a guy I’m enjoying hanging out with. And let it be known, Drift’s time on the Lost Light definitely plays into the series.
With the Drift Spotlight Director’s Cut out it’s been revealed that Ratchet is playing a big part in this and THAT’S been a hoot. I was over the moon when John gave me the go ahead to be able to use him.

John is a champion and has been great to work with. I’ve been lucky with getting to work with great editors during my career and John’s no different.

Lastly, a big shout out to “Sprite” for her help wayyyyy back when I was formulating all this. It’s good to have a Transformer expert’s brain to pick.

Anyway, back to the script and thank you for all the support out there!

Transformers: Legends Signature Series Episode Featuring Guido Guidi

Transformers News: Transformers: Legends Signature Series Episode Featuring Guido Guidi
Date: Wednesday, June 25th 2014 4:37am CDT
Categories: Game News, People News
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): Transformers Legends

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Coming Wednesday 25th June from the Transformers: Legends mobile device game, according to their blog, is the first Signature Series episode, featuring artwork by the impressively talented Transformers artist Guido Guidi! Read more about it here or below.

TRANSFORMERS Legends fans!

Coming this Wednesday, TRANSFORMERS Legends is proud to announce the first SIGNATURE SERIES TRANSFORMERS Legends episode. These unique episodes feature exclusive artwork from some of the premier TRANSFORMERS artists in the world!

For this SIGNATURE SERIES, we are very proud to announce that GUIDO GUIDI will be penning all of the card art for his personal favorite TRANSFORMERS, as well as providing some insight into why each of these TRANSFORMERS are among his favorites.

GUIDO GUIDI is a longtime TRANSFORMERS super fan whose work can be seen in nearly every aspect of the TRANSFORMERS franchise, including comics such as “Transformers: Armada” and “Beast Wars: The Ascending”. During this episode, you’ll be able to earn exclusive SIGNED versions of each card featuring GUIDO GUIDI’s autograph.

For more information about GUIDO GUIDI and to see some of his awesome work, check out his portfolio at: http://guidoarts.artworkfolio.com/


Transformers News: Transformers: Legends Signature Series Episode Featuring Guido Guidi

Auto Assembly 2014 Final Guest Announced - Nick Roche

Transformers News: Auto Assembly 2014 Final Guest Announced - Nick Roche
Date: Tuesday, June 24th 2014 5:48pm CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Event News, People News
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): Auto Assembly

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With not long left to the event, Auto Assembly 2014 has finally revealed its final guest, joining a list so long you can find it linked here - he's a writer, artist, liar and Irishman, and will be gracing the Hilton halls from his Marvel and IDW gigs: Nick Roche!

Transformers News: Auto Assembly 2014 Final Guest Announced - Nick Roche


NICK ROCHE

Writer and artist extraordinaire, Nick made his mark with the release of the seminal Last Stand Of The Wreckers and has worked on countless other Transformers titles since then. He also seems to have something of a personality crisis, often thinking that in reality he is Beast Wars Megatron, usually during our script readings, but the less said about that the better…

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Transformers Podcast: Twincast / Podcast #96 - Age of Extinction
Twincast / Podcast #96:
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Posted: Monday, July 7th, 2014