Fellow Seibertronian, Powered Convoy (aka Randy), has gone back and taken scans of the promotional images made for the release of the Transformers Henkei Henkei products from 2008 and 2009. The Henkei toys represented in this artwork were predominantly released in the Universe 2.0 line in the states. He posted them on Allspark and we have all fourteen below for you to see. Think of this as a nifty blast from the not so distant past.
Randy wrote:Back throughout March, 2008 and to April, 2009 Figure King magazine featured short stories promoting the Henkei! Henkei! releases. These stories were illustrated and written by Hidetsugu Yoshioka and typically focused on the new release for that particular month. As far as this news reporter knows only a few have been scanned before.
Seibertron.com member Cyberpath has been keeping us up to date with the on-goings over at the official Transformers: Devastation Facebook page, and brings us two features: a Blitzwing addition in the form the the three Platinum Games models sheets for his three modes, and a new bio for Starscream! Check both of them out mirrored below.
Via Seibertronians Absolute Zero and SyTF1 we have confirmation (and cancellation) of some of the rumours that have been floating around the interwebs for the past couple of months regarding Paramount's upcoming Transformers 5 and the potential animated feature.
According to Deadline, Akiva Goldsman has now a project to pitch for both the sequel and the Cybertron-based prequel from the writers' room, seemingly with Mark Wahlberg confirmed in some role, but not confirmation of Michael Bay directing yet. Read more here and a snippet below!
EXCLUSIVE: It’s pencils down for the Transformers Writers Room; the experiment has concluded and the early results are in. Akiva Goldsman has walked away with a concrete blueprint to write a Transformers sequel for Mark Wahlberg to star in for Michael Bay to direct, with production starting in June. Ant-Man scribes Andrew Barrer & Gabriel Ferrari will head off and write an animated feature, an origin story that focuses on Cybertron, the planet from which the good and bad Transformer robots hail.
We start with a brief note on the location for Botcon 2016. Is the crew going? As we debate travel plans, drives, flights, and general availability, let us know: what should the theme and toys for this year's official Transformers Convention be?
The Club's Subscription Service 4.0 sign up period has come and gone, and Thunder Mayhem is upon us. That's right, the Mayhem Attack Squad's combined mode has been revealed. Is this what we wanted, or does a twinge of 'what could have been' haunt us? Listen and find out.
All hail the Thunderking!
Speaking of the Subscription Service, 3.0 Tarantulus has arrived, to the delight of the Twincast crew - check out our very own Seibertron.com galleries. This is a fun little figure, but is he a good fit? Where does he go? As always, we've got some opinions on that.
It's gonna be clamp this, clamp that. Bada-climp, bada-clamp!
Comic time: More Than Meets the Eye #44 is out about town, and we really, really liked it... which you may have suspected from ScottyP's Seibertron.com Review. This one's symbolic, folks, so tune in as we debate the merits of Megatron, guilt, and intentions. Don't miss it.
Everyone knows Anakin Skywalker is the Chose One. Pshhhh.
Starting in February 2016, it's the Year of the Monkey according to the Chinese Zodiac, and that means another year of 'Year Of' exclusives. This time, it's Air Attack Optimus Primal done up in G1 Optimus Prime colors. We have some strong thoughts on this one. Rants, ho!
Trukk not Munky
Toy-talk-minor: Starscream-Super-Mode is the latest reveal in Takara's Legends line. Plus, prototypes of Combiners Wars Brawl and Onslaught have been leaked... someone's been naughty. These are pretty cool developments, but we're more excited for the final products.
Thundercracker, is that you?
We finish up the Twincast with some bragging rights. What did everyone get since the last recording? ScottyP gets excited. Really excited.
This episode, there is a clear winner.
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Via the Activision Games Youtube channel, it looks like a video showcasing all of the playable Transformers: Devastation characters in one shot was uploaded last week under the radar! Thanks to Seibertronian padfoo for the heads up on this video, which is embedded below for your viewing convenience.
While this doesn't reveal a whole ton of new footage or characters, it is a handy way to check out all the playable characters in one short video!
Transformers: Devastation is rated "T" for "Teen" by the ESRB and is available very soon on October 6th, 2015. Preorders are available at many videogame retailers now, and don't forget that pre-ordering the game will secure you bonus weapons as well as Nemesis Prime, Goldbug Goldfire, and Red Alert character skins.
Keep it tuned here to Seibertron for all the latest Transformers: Devastation news as release approaches. There may even be more news coming in mere moments!
Perhaps only of interest to UK-based fans and viewers: fellow Seibertronian Ravage XK dropped news staff a line to notify everyone of streaming service Netflix adding the entirety of the run of Transformers: Prime to the UK version of the site. Until now, only Predacons Rising was available to view.
With the weekend looming, why not kick back and marathon the whole series as you add the u in humor, and glumly view the greyness of autumn set in?
Fellow Seibertron.com user Cyberpath has sent us another update from the official Facebook page for the upcoming Transformers: Devastation game. Check out mirrored below some concept sheets for the Stunticon leader Motormaster, whom we last saw here!
In addition, be ready for a new triple-changing character reveal, from the Decepticon side, coming very soon...
Via videogame site GameInformer, we have another clip from the upcoming - in less than a month now - Activision/Platinum Transformers: Devastation game. And this time round, it features the big green, mean, killing machine itself: the combined form of the Constructicons, Devastator! Check out the clip at the link below, and read more over here.
Transformers: Devastation is on the way later this year on October 6, and in honor of the impending release, we decided to take a look at one of the game's biggest stars, the giant combiner robot, Devastator. Tim Turi and I sat down to look at the recent Comic-Con exclusive version of the figure, screen some footage of the character in Platinum's upcoming game, and talk about the history of the character and what makes him so cool.
From the DLE Channel on YouTube, we have the latest episode in the Q-Transformers animated series Season 2 - check out embedded below episode 10: 'The Road To A Completely Failed Sequel'. In this episode, it looks like Cliffjumper is trying to explain Car Robots, Micron Legend, Super Link, and Galaxy Force - see what else you can make out if you're also not a Japanese-speaker, and let us know in the Energon Pub.
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