It's been really quite a while since we heard from animated show Transformers: Prime, but thanks to the show's art director Jose Lopez and his Twitter account, we have some concept art to show off (much like for Robots in Disguise, as seen here). The images below show studies and models for Predaking, Smokescreen, Megatron, Arcee, Cliffjumper, plus a bonus watercolour image of Optimus Prime signed by Peter Cullen himself - check it all out!
Ahh, it's good to be back, Seibertronians!
To start things off, we've got a piece of news that will interest those who get their Transformers fill from Netflix (as many do).
We've received a tip from user o.supreme that the fourth season of the Transformers: Rescue Bots cartoon has been added to Netflix's ever-growing catalogue, meaning the entire show up to this point is now available to stream.
So far, however, it looks to be only added to US netflixes (netflixi?), but if you live outside America and it's been added to your account as well, please let us know in the comments!
Seibertronians, have you jumped on the 30th Anniversary edition of Transformers: The Movie yet? No? Well, me might just have the push you need to grab a copy. JoeVill has pointed us in the direction of a current Amazon sale. The website has the 30th Anniversary Steelbook currently listed at $19.99 USD, down from $34.99 USD, or 43%.
You can find the deal at the link above, and tell us in the comments if you picked one up!
Thanks to our very own jON3.0, we bring to you a special behind the scenes video of the voice acting and creation of Transformers: Combiner Wars as we gear up for the upcoming Transformers: Titans Return cartoon. Jon takes us through many different locations, as we visit the place where they are designed the Transformers and then the voice acting booth where the individual voice actors are recording their scenes. We even get some nice scenes of Jon Bailey AKA Optimus Prime, Ben Pronsky AKA Rodimus Prime, and Abby Trott AKA Windblade filming scenes together. We even find out it was Ben Pronsky who voiced Metroplex. You can check out the video below, and let us know what you think in the comments section below!
Thanks to the Transformers Family, we bring to you news that the final 3 episodes of Robots in Disguise season 2 will be airing on December 16 as a Television Movie Event on Cartoon Network! The final 3 episodes, which star Starscream and the weaponizer minicons, are all being lumped together into this single movie event, which could very well be the TV movie that was anticipated to end Robots in Disguise, before Season 3 was announced. You can check out the video below advertising the movie, and let us know what you think in the comments section below!
Several different Seibertronians have sent us word that Machinima has officially announced two sequels to the Transformers: Combiner Wars series that ran throughout the months of August and September. These 2 sequels are to be titled 'Titans Return', as we figured it would, and the third series is to be titled 'Power of the Primes', which may be a clue as to what the third part of the Primes Wars Trilogy is to be titled. You can check out the press release HERE and catch a brief look as to what the articles says below from a press release sent to us!
MACHINIMA AND HASBRO ANNOUNCE DEVELOPMENT OF THE FINAL TWO CHAPTERS OF HIT TRANSFORMERS ANIMATED SERIES THE PRIME WARS SAGA
‘TITANS RETURN’ AND ‘POWER OF THE PRIMES’ WOULD FOLLOW THE GLOBAL SUCCESS OF ‘COMBINER WARS,’ WHICH GARNERED 122 MILLION GLOBALLY
Following the massive worldwide interest in Transformers: Combiner Wars, Machinima, the first Many2Many programming service focused on fandom and gamer culture, and Hasbro, Inc. (NASDAQ:HAS), a global play and entertainment company, announced today that they will join forces to develop Titans Return and Power of the Primes, the final two installments of the animated Prime Wars trilogy. Since launching the trilogy’s first installment in August 2016, Transformers: Combiner Wars, has garnered more than 122 million global views on a wide variety of platforms, including go90 (United States), SkyQ (U.K.), AMC Iberia (Spain and Portugal), Sohu (China), and YouTube (rest of world).
The first sequel, The Titans Return, will take the action of the series to new “heights,” and feature return appearances from many fan-favorite Transformers characters as well as introduce a new set of Autobots and Decepticons. Set in the period following the excitement of The Combiner Wars, the depleted forces of Cybertron and a broken Council of Worlds must now face-off against a new threat that is larger than anything that has come before.
Combiner Wars Executive Producer and Showrunner Eric Calderon is returning to oversee the development of the final two installments.
Fellow Seibertronian Nik Hero, true to his hane, has compiled a truly impressive combing of all Transformers related items on sale for online retailer Amazon.com's Cyber Monday sales event (November 28th, but already opened). You can check it all out below, divided into toys and media, ranging from Combiner Wars to Titans Return, to Platinum and box sets, via most animated series, the 1986 movie, and the live-action movies!
Nik Hero wrote:I dug through and found a few really good Transformer-related ones (Especially the Optimus Primal that was $150 for only $35!):
Seibertronians, we have a very cool little piece of news for you. The Prop/Animation auction company Profiles in History has released the listings for their upcoming Animation-themed auction titled Animation And Disneyana, and the lots range from Tim Burton models to Disneyland employee costumes, and everything in between. Although those are some of the oddities of the line up, what the auction has plenty of is animation cells and other production artifacts from many classic examples of the genre, specifically from The Transformers original cartoon and Transformers: The Movie. These include a "Character Bible", with an original character model for every Transformer from the Sunbow cartoon, apparently packaged with a bio for each, listing strengths and weaknesses and characteristics. Other lots consist of colored cells of Metroplex and Trypticon battling, as well as scripts for the episodes "Rust in Peace" (or what would become "Cosmic Rust") "Grimlock's New Brain", "The Return of Optimus Prime", and, most importantly, the original script for the 1986 Transformers Movie. The Transformers lots actually come from the personal collection of G1 Production Coordinator Paul Davids!
There's too many amazing lots to list here, so take a look at some of the coolest of the cool below, but then check out the entire catalogue here!(Transformers begin on page 36) The auction takes place on the 9th of December, and you can bid online, so Mark your calendars!
Please tell us in the comments: Are you planning to bid? If so, on what lot? Did you end up winning? And, as always, stay tuned to Seibertron.com for all the latest Transformers news!
Via Australian site EZY DVD, we have some information on the first volume of the second season of animated series Transformers: Robots in Disguise, featuring team Bee splitting up from team Prime - check out the blurb and features included below!
When a weakened Optimus takes a group of Autobots to capture a Decepticon in the Arctic, Bumblebee and his remaining crew find themselves ambushed and in dire danger! With Robots in Disguise toys, games and more currently in the market, anda brand new Michael Bay-directed Transformers movie starring Mark Wahlberg scheduled for release in 2017, the Transformers brand continues to go from strength to strength!
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Transformers at the Moon have uploaded yet another Sunbow based video for us to enjoy, this time in the form of some original dialogue for the G1 episode "Divide and Conquer." So far, this is the episode with the least amount of cut dialogue. The dialogue includes parts from Optimus Prime's initial wounding, Laserbeak's attack, and the Autobots on Cybertron. You can find a whole Transcript of the episode HERE courtesy of Jim Sorenson and Chris McFeely.
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