We have more news from the TFcon Chicago 2016 crew, featuring a guest update from the IDW comics: Alex Milne, artist of Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye, and one of the artists on upcoming Lost Light continuation, will be attending the event! Read on below.
TFcon is very pleased to welcome Alex Milne to the TFcon Chicago guest list this year.
Alex is best known for his work as the primary artist for IDW’s fan favorite Transformers: More than Meets the Eye comic book. He will be attending all days and offering prints and commissions to attendees all weekend long.
The TFNation crew have posted the full schedule of their event, with quizzes, GoBots, Rock Lords, games, prizes, contests, arts, comics, crafts and some pubtime all found in one location, featuring some of the Transformersiest fans around the United (heh) Kingdom and beyond. Find out more below!
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Operation: We have ignition! The TFNation Schedule
With final preparations motoring along, and with all of our guests now announced, we are happy to announce our schedule for this year’s convention. As you can see, we have aimed to fit in as much as possible for our attendees, and hope you get the most out of it.
A few points to note:
1. Neither the trading hall nor The Forge are open for trading on the Friday. Opening times for The Forge, the display rooms and the Transformer Car team will be announced closer to the event.
2. Friday’s “Perchance to Dream” event will be covered, in further detail, next week.
3. Cosplay competition forms will be released shortly, and we will announce when applications are open.
4. We politely request that podcasters refrain from conducting interviews during the convention weekend itself. Those wishing to interview after the convention closes should contact the us to enquire on availability, to ensure guests aren’t double-booked/over-worked.
5. If you are planning your own event during TFN, please let us know, though note access to our rooms is strictly by prior permission only.
Fellow Seibertronians, Shanghai's Cybertron Con has really upped their game. Thanks to 52Toys we get our very first look at the extremely anticipated Transformers Titans Return: Titan Class Trypticon! Mirrored below are three highly cropped images showing off what looks to be a massive city mode, with several of the newly revealed Titanmasters interacting with it, and a very large, and G1 faithful beast mode. So check the images out, and let us know how excited you are for this figure in the comments below.
Fellow Seibertronians, hot on the heels of the other Platinum Edition reveal, and after the reveal of the set last night at the Shanghai Cybertron Con, we now get official images of the Rise of Rodimus Prime Platinum Edition set. This set features a repainted Transformers Titanium Rodimus Prime, a repainted Transformers Generations Galvatron, and a Matrix of Leadership for them to fight over. Check out the images of the figures and the box art, and let us know what you think in the comments below.
Welcome to the latest episode of the Seibertron.com Twincast / Podcast! This very special LIVE, video-recorded episode features your host ScottyP along with cast members Counterpunch, RodimusConvoy13, xRotorstormx, TigerTrack24, Megatronus, and for a few fleeting moments, Seibertron himself, live from San Diego! Listen in as we discuss the latest news and reveals coming out of the vaulted halls of SDCC.
As a special bonus in the audio version of the show, join Seibertron at SDCC 2016 as he talks with members of the Transformers brand team! Transformers Generations Product Designer John Warden and Assistant Brand Manager, Transformers Luis de Armas answer questions about Titans Return, Fortress Maximus, Trypticon, and more.
Thanks as always to our amazing friends at Hasbro and the Transformers Brand Team!
The remainder of the show kicks things off with a lively discussion dissecting one of the biggest reveals of the show: triple-changing Titans Return Voyager Megatron. The cast has both high hopes for and reservations about this figure - but bigger news awaits.
Do you see what I see? (No, it's not a Triggerhappy Optimus.)
We move right along to some exciting Legends reveals: an all-new Bumblebee (yawn) and Gnaw, the Sharkticon (yay). As we bemoan the inevitable shortage of these nifty little troop-builders in the making, one question rules all: does Gnaw have a fat head? Watch or listen to find out.
Catch 'em all!
Titans Return Legends Lione (Sawback) and Overload (Overkill) are on the block - as are their strange and wondrous alt modes. Before the Twincast can get too deep into the weeds, a question emerges: what missed opportunities do we see with this line of Headmasters?
Free cookie to whoever can tell me how that alt mode works.
Ever since he was leaked at Botcon, Liokaiser (video here) has been generating considerable excitement - but not everyone is pleased. Tune in to find out what's bugging the crew, and why some might be passing on this Platinum Edition set.
The boys are back in town... minus one.
RID gets some much needed love with Super Ginrai, a showdown set with stasis pod, and... Starscream? That's right, one of the Decepticons most conniving players makes an entry into both the cartoon AND toy line. Tune in to find out which version we prefer.
A face only a mother could love.
Viva La Revolucion! That's right, the Revolution is upon us as we discuss the latest and greatest in comics - for those looking to avoid spoilers, this section occurs from one hour and fifty one minutes to approximately two hours and sixteen minutes.
ROM ROM ROM ROM ROM.
BREAKING NEWS: straight out of Wonderfest, we have color pictures of the highly anticipated Masterpiece Cheetor. The crew is pumped as we parlay this topic into a listener question: what does the crew think the next 5 MPs will be?
We wrap up our video live show with everyone's favorite segment: bragging rights. Some of us are still waiting on Titans Return to hit shelves; others have some shiny new toys (literally) that steal the show.
Bringing the bling.
Don't forget, the show only gets better if you tell us how. Drop us a review on iTunes and be sure to tell us what you love, what you hate, and what you want to hear!
Not on the show to give your take? Probably not, so don't forget to keep the discussion going on the Seibertron.com Energon Pub Forums by simply replying to this post!
Got a question for the Twincast? We take all of them, we just don't take them all seriously! Leave a question in the Ask the Twincast thread and, if it makes the cut, it may get read and answered on the show.
Also from Cybertron Con 2016, and not from Hasbro this time, is some news in the form of statues from Imaginarium Art - which we knew of for Soundwave and Hot Rod, but not for the Ultra Magnus figure seen below! Check out both some more Soundwave with cassettes (..sigh, Ravage..), and the Enforcer himself, courtesy of usual Weibo suspect 52toys.
What is entirely new from the ACG HK 2016 story, and brought to us by weibo user pancrazi, is the appearance of another Takara Tomy Transformers Masterpiece in the form of another Conehead: MP-11ND Dirge! He has the same MP conehead retooling as Thrust and Ramjet with unique tooling for the wings, new weapons and a different paint scheme. While it may be odd to see Takara Tomy toys revealed at a Hasbro toy show, Hasbro Asia will be the ones releasing and distributing the toy in Asia and international online retailers (The Hasbro Asia release is the one that comes with the coin). Check out the images mirrored below, and let us know what you think in the Energon Pub!
For the sake of our own upload sanity, and due to the fact that these don't show too many new things, we are rounding up a collection of images - via Hobbybase and Transformers Hong Kong - from another event currently taking place: the Hasbro Asia booth at Ani-Com and Games Hong Kong 2016, or ACG-HK! The Hasbro Transformers area is showcasing a number of Titans Return figures, including the shared exclusives with San Diego Comic Con 2016 Fortress Maximus and the Titan Force set, plus the Platinum Edition Computron and Liokaiser sets, and a number of Takara Masterpieces, from Inferno to Beast Convoy (including the first look at the packaging!), via Delta Magnus and Thrust. Check them all out below, and head to the different threads to discuss the figures proper!
Fellow Seibertronians, Shanghai's Cybertron Con is churning out the reveals, as we now get much a much better look at Titans Return Deluxe class Hot Rod and Voyager class Optimus Prime. Thanks to 52Toys, we get a great look at the upcoming triple-changing Optimus, along with a great look at his head design, and the extremely anticipated Hot Rod figure, so check them out and let us know what you think of them in the comments below.
Fellow Seibertronians, Shanghai's Cybertron Con hot on the heels of the reveal of Leader Class Sixshot, we now get much a much better look at this highly anticipated figure. Thanks to 52Toys, we can now see Sixshot in all of his glorious seven modes! Now sporting an updated: spaceship, tank, beast, submarine and battle station mode. His Titanmaster has been revealed to be named Revolver. So check out the images and let us know what you think of Sixshot in the comments below.
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