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Variety Reviews Transformers: Prime

Transformers News: Variety Reviews Transformers: Prime
Date: Wednesday, November 24th 2010 6:40pm CST
Categories: Cartoon News, Media
Posted by: Diem | Credit(s): Variety.com

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Following on the heels of Seibertron.com's summaries of the first two Transformers: Prime episodes comes another review on Variety.com.

Variety wrote:As no-brainers go, a Transformers TV show on the Hub -- welding Hasbro's popular toy line into its cable co-venture with Discovery -- ranks down there with making a sequel to the first movie. Yet the product of that assembly line, "Transformers Prime," proves unexpectedly sharp -- better than the movies (admittedly damnation with faint praise), thanks to the arresting CGI animation, which proves especially well-suited to rendering shiny robots and their vehicular alter egos. There's nothing more than meets the eye here, but what does appear is a plenty entertaining addition to this well-oiled moneymaking machine.


The full review can be read here.

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The Hub's Transformers G1 marathon on Friday, November 26th

Transformers News: The Hub's Transformers G1 marathon on Friday, November 26th
Date: Wednesday, November 24th 2010 4:53pm CST
Categories: Cartoon News, Company News
Posted by: Diem | Credit(s): The Hub

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While Seibertron.com's previews of the forthcoming Prime series may be whetting your appetite for the new cartoon we can't forget the classic G1 cartoon. And neither can Hub! From 2am to 6am on Friday 26th, Hub will be showing a marathon of G1 consisting of More Than Meets The Eye, The Ultimate Doom and Dinobot Island!

Hub's TV listings page can be seen http://www.hubworld.com/tv-schedule

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Summary of Transformers Prime episode #2: "Darkness Rising" Part 2

Transformers News: Summary of Transformers Prime episode #2: "Darkness Rising" Part 2
Date: Tuesday, November 23rd 2010 7:38pm CST
Categories: Cartoon News, Site Articles, Site News
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This is a Seibertron.com World Premiere Exclusive! You read it here 1st!

Yesterday The Hub sent Seibertron.com advance screening copies of the first two episodes of "Transformers Prime". I will be posting my actual review later tonight or tomorrow. My one line review in the meantime ... "'Transformers Prime' is the darker toned love child of Beast Wars and the live action Transformers films without the cheesy humor." Stay tuned for more! In the meantime, here's our detailed summary of the second episode of Transformers Prime (after the spoiler space below). DO NOT CONTINUE UNLESS YOU WANT TO READ SPOILERS!

Read the summary of Episode #1: "Darkness Rising Part 1" by clicking here.

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"Transformers Prime" - Part 2 of "Darkness Rising" (premiere: Friday, November 26, 4:30 p.m. - 5 p.m.) When a weak life signal is received from Cliffjumper (Dwayne Johnson), the Autobots roll out and are met by Megatron who has obtained a mysterious and powerful substance...dark Energon!

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TRANSFORMERS PRIME EPISODE #2 SUMMARY
"DARKNESS RISING" PART 2
Running Time: 22:34 minutes

Episode opens up with a "previously on Transformers Prime" recap of the previous episode.

After the Decepticons retrieved Megatron via the Space Bridge at the end of the previous episode, the Decepticons continue mining for Energon deposits. Starscream informs Megatron about how significant this deposit is and that they have amassed quite a stockpile. Megatron informs Starscream that now that he has returned, he will be issuing the commands. Starscream declares he is Megatron's "humble servant". Megatron tells Starscream that his Decepticon army will come but via a new way of materializing them via the solidified form of the "Blood of Unicron". Starscream refers to Unicron as "the destroyer" and that Unicron's blood is the anti-spark. Megatron refers to it as "Dark Energon" which Starscream says has the power to revive the dead. Megatron states that they only need a cadaver to test it, then asks Starscream if he's willing to make the ultimate sacrifice. Starscream tells Megatron that won't be necessary, then presents the deceased Autobot Cliffjumper as a "welcome home present" to his master. Cliffjumper looks pretty rough.

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Cuts to opening credits.

Meanwhile at the Autobot base, Optimus Prime discusses their situation with the Human companions telling them that it would be best if they stayed under their watch. Ratchet disagrees with the decision to keep them there. A proximity sensor alarm starts beeping alarming the Autobots to the arrival of a human government worker known as Special Agent Fowler, who arrived via helicopter. Fowler is the Autobot's liaison to the outside world who only visits when there are "issues", according to Optimus Prime, and that it would be best if the teens do not meet Fowler at this time.

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Fowler enters the base via an elevator shaft. When he walks into the base, he starts going off on the Autobots regarding the damage caused in the previous episode in the city as well as reports about a motorcycle of unknown make and model and a black and yellow muscle car racing through the city. The human children watch from their hiding spot. Optimus assures the Fowler that the Autobots have the situation under control. Optimus tells Fowler that the Decepticons have not left. Fowler states that it's time to wake up the Pentagon. Optimus assures Fowler that the Autobots are their best defense against the Decepticon force. Optimus tells Fowler that military involvement will only result in catastrophe and that he cannot condone widespread human casualties. Fowler tells Optimus to handle the situation under the radar or that he will, then he leaves.

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Back at the Decepticon mining base, Megatron stabs Cliffjumper's corpse with a shard of the Dark Energon. Cliffjumper's seems to come back to life due to the evil powers of the Dark Energon. However, he begins making hideous creature like noises, screaming as he breaks free from his restraints, eyes and mouth glowing an eerie blue light. Cliffjumper then attacks several Decepticons in a fit of maddening rage. Megatron and Starscream watch as Cliffjumper crushes one of the Drones heads with his bare hands. Cliffjumper turns his attention to another Drone who had just begun firing upon the crazed Autobot. Cliffjumper pounces at the Drone and begins pulverizing him with his bare hands in the shadows. The concerned Starscream asks Megatron if "That's your plan? To bring Autobots back from the dead to attack us?" Megatron states that Cliffjumper is just a mindless beast intent on who's instinct is to destroy anything in its path. The Cliffjumper creature then turns its attention toward Megatron. Megatron, in self defense, slices Cliffjumper in half, cutting through him diagonally with a blade attached to his arm. The top half of Cliffjumper's body slides off as the body tumbles over a cliff. The top half hangs on to the edge of the cliff, continuing to scream at Megatron and reaching to attack. Megatron pushes the creature off the edge of the cliff with the bottom of his foot. The creature flails its arm as it falls below bouncing off the wall until it lands on the ground. Megatron declares to Starscream that this will be the indestructible seed to his army and that they will be the ultimate weapon once he learns to control it.

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Back at the Autobot base, Ratchet curses the "Earth tech" because Cliffjumper's life signal popped back online, said it's not possible for Cliffjumper to come back online; blamed it on problems with the computer system. Optimus Prime, Bulkhead, Bumblebee and Arcee leave via their "Ground Bridge" (a scaled down version of Space Bridge technology, similar to how it worked in "Car Robots" / "Robots in Disguise") which enables the Autobots to travel from their base to anywhere on Earth. Optimus tells Ratchet to prepare the sick bay because they may need it. (This is a great scene with Ratchet's character. He really seems like a cross between his various incarnations - mostly between G1 and Animated. Even his voice is like a happy medium between those respective voices.)

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The Autobots arrive near the location of where Cliffjumper's life signal was detected, at the Energon mine from earlier in this episode. Optimus determines that the Decepticons had been there for a while due to the size of the mine. The Autobots briefly observe the Decepticon Drones mining. Optimus announces "let's find Cliffjumper!" then the Autobots simply march into the middle of the Decepticons mining operation. The Drones take notice and begin firing upon the Autobot intruders. Each Autobot demonstrates their various battle skills as they take down the Decepticon Drones.

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Ratchet and his "human companions" discuss his problems with the Earthen technology they adopted from the mountain base's "previous tenants" -- a former missile silo. Raf resolves some problems that the computer's were having, which Ratchet couldn't believe because it was "complex".

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After the Autobots take out the initial wave of Drones, they are met with another dozen or so Drones who begin to attack them. The Autobots transform to battle the Drones. As the Autobots advance further through the mine, they are attacked again as they approach the bottom of the cliff/mine shaft where Cliffjumper was disposed of by Megatron.

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Aboard the Decepticon ship floating above the mine, Megatron contemplates how to wield the power of the Blood of Unicron. Starscream informs Megatron that "intruders" have entered the mines. Megatron commands Starscream to ready the ship to leave and to "blow the mine".

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Back in the mine, Arcee sees Cliffjumper's body a couple of levels up the mine shaft. The rest of the Autobots give her cover as she attempts to rescue his body. A pool of purple liquid surrounds his upper torso as Arcee approaches. The flooring collapses beneath Cliffjumper's body due to the Drones firing at Arcee. She grabs Cliffjumper's arm as his body falls. As she tries to pull him up, the Cliffjumper creature becomes reanimated, attempting to attack Arcee. The creature screams angrily at her causing her to let go after becoming startled. Cliffjumper's body falls again, then slams into a floor below, bouncing off until it reaches the ground level falling amongst some Energon.

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The Autobots watch their poor comrades body as it falls when they hear Starscream laughing above. The Autobots move from their place of cover to get a better view of Starscream, who drops a bomb into the mine right before transforming to escape the mine in order to join Megatron aboard the Decepticon ship. The bomb lands next to some of the raw Energon. The Autobots transform to vehicle form leaving the body of Cliffjumper behind. The bomb goes off, causing a gigantic explosion due to the Energon. Optimus orders Ratchet to open the Ground Bridge to bring them back to base. The blast from the explosion is catching up to the Autobots as they race away from the explosion's epicenter. The Autobots barely escape back to the base.

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The humans realize that this is a sensitive moment of defeat for the Autobots so they take off to explore. Optimus then asks Arcee what she saw. She says "Not Cliff', at least not anymore. He was mutated, butchered, something like one of the 'Con experiments during the war." She becomes dizzy and falls. The humans are surprised at how "human-like" the Autobots seem. Raf: "Robots who get dizzy?" Miko: "Robots who have emotions?" Jack: "Robots who can die." Ratchet scans Arcee to determine what is wrong with her. He notices a purple liquid on the back of her left hand. Ratchet asked what it was. Arcee responded that she didn't know ... that Cliffjumper was covered in it, leaking it. Ratchet scrapes it off her hand then orders her to take a decontamination bath.

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The humans convince Optimus Prime that they need to go home to their parents who are probably worried about them since they were out past curfew. Optimus hadn't considered their Earth customs. Optimus commands Bulkhead to take Miko home and to maintain surveillance in vehicle form. Bumblebee is to watch over Raf. Arcee is to accompany Jack.

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Arcee pulls into Jack's parent's garage. He gets off Arcee, and apologizes for her "loss". Jack's mom arrives home. She explains that she was worried about him and is concerned that she now has to worry about him driving a motorcycle. The scene ends with Jack and his mom going into the house for the night, leaving Arcee in motorcycle form in the garage.

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The next morning, Jack hears Arcee revving up her engine. He complains that it's Saturday and she teases stating that he can watch Saturday morning cartoons back at the base with Arcee. Arcee tells Jack to leave a note for his Mom so she won't worry.

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Back of the Decepticon ship, Starscream tells Megatron that he doesn't need to worry any further Autobot interference with "Optimus gone". Megatron questions what evidence Starscream has to make this claim to which Starscream slyly states that he blew up the mine where the Autobots were. Megatron assures Starscream that Optimus is not so easily defeated and that he a millennia's worth of battles to prove it. Starscream expresses his concern that Megatron should take a break for a while; that too much exposure to the Dark Energon could adversely affect him. Megatron tells Starscream that perhaps he had not permitted himself enough contact with the Dark Energon. Megatron then grabs a few shards of the substance, then thrusts it into his own "spark chamber" while Starscream yells his concern that Megatron shouldn't do it without knowing the consequences. Megatron begins trembling as the powers of the Dark Energon begin coursing through his body.

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The scene transitions from the energy running rampant through the inside of Megatron's body to Ratchet's computer analyzing the same substance. Ratchet states that the base elements of this goo are like nothing he has encountered. He theorizes that it must be extremely concentrated in order for it to have affected Arcee so rapidly. He complains that results are slow coming without the use of proper diagnostic tools, no thanks to Bulkhead. As he pulls out a small tray of the substance, a small amount drips off the tray onto one of his tools laying on the floor. The substance soaks into the device as Ratchet walks over to one of his computers. The device begins to glow and transform ... growing legs and other parts similar to some of the Allspark creatures from the live action films. The episode ends with the small creature charging the camera.

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To be continued ...

Disciples of Boltax Blog Update:The Ark Addendum-Divebomb Transformation Sequence

Transformers News: Disciples of Boltax Blog Update:The Ark Addendum-Divebomb Transformation Sequence
Date: Tuesday, November 23rd 2010 12:28pm CST
Category: Cartoon News
Posted by: RodimusConvoy13 | Credit(s): Jim Sorenson, Disciples of Boltax

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Jim Sorenson of the Disciples of Boltax let us know about another Ark Addendum post added to their blog. Today shows the transformation of G1 Predacon Divebomb.

It's really a very simple transform -- his legs and arms tuck in a bit, and he's done.


The post goes on to talk about a possible origin of the name Divebomb. Check out the full blog post and image here.


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Summary of Transformers Prime episode #1: "Darkness Rising" Part 1

Transformers News: Summary of Transformers Prime episode #1: "Darkness Rising" Part 1
Date: Monday, November 22nd 2010 4:18pm CST
Categories: Cartoon News, Site Articles, Site News
Posted by: Seibertron | Credit(s): The Hub

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This is a Seibertron.com World Premiere Exclusive! You read it here 1st!

Earlier today, Seibertron.com received an advance copy from The Hub of the first two episodes of "Transformers Prime" for screen purposes. I am in the middle of doing the summary for the second episode as well as putting together my review for these episodes. I will be posting my actual review later today after the episode summaries. My one line review in the meantime ... "'Transformers Prime' is the darker toned love child of Beast Wars and the live action Transformers films without the cheesy humor." Stay tuned for more! In the meantime, here's our detailed summary of the first episode of Transformers Prime (after the spoiler space below). DO NOT CONTINUE UNLESS YOU WANT TO READ SPOILERS!

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"Transformers Prime" - Part 1 of "Darkness Rising" (premiere: Friday, November 26, 4 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.) Optimus Prime and the Autobots investigate the return of the Decepticons while forced to account for a group of young humans who have unwittingly become involved in their centuries-old conflict.

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TRANSFORMERS PRIME EPISODE #1 SUMMARY
"DARKNESS RISING" PART 1
Running Time: 21:54 minutes

We start out with Cliffjumper and Arcee chatting over an intercom while cruising different landscapes, patrolling for Energon. Cliffjumper soon picks up a signal and finds a pit of Energon. He is quickly attacked by Decepticons. About a half dozen drones get ready to attack him.

Breaks to opening credits. No theme song. Just the primary "Transformers Prime" logo. Developed for television by Alex Kurtzman & Roberto Orci and Duane Capizzi & Jeff Kline. Kurtzman, Orci, and Kline are all listed as Executive Producers as well. This intro makes the intro to Scrubs look long.

Back to the action, Cliffjumper attacks the Decepticons. Scene jumps to Optimus Prime in vehicle form receiving a message from Arcee. Optimus contacts the other Autobots to head to Cliffjumper's location for backup. Cliffjumper's battle with the Decepticon Drones doesn't last long. After an Energon explosion, the Drones take the fallen Cliffjumper aboard their ship where Starscream awaits. Cliffjumper and Starscream share some brief dialogue before Starscream kills Cliffjumper by stabbing him through the left side of his chest.



The Autobots arrive at the Energon field. They find one of Cliffjumper's horns that fell off during his battle. Ratchet's monitor of Autobot positions shows Cliffjumper's "life signal" go offline.

Onboard the Decepticon shuttle, Soundwave reports to Starscream. I initially thought Soundwave had a rather unique somewhat melodized computer voice, but after listening to it several times and catching some of what he says, it sounds like he's repeating back lines from Arcee. Starscream's line afterwards is about Arcee as well so I'm not sure if that was a highly computerized playback of Arcee's voice or Soundwave actually talking.

The Autobots have a round table discussion near the edge of a cliff with a beautiful sunset in the background. Optimus talks about not letting the loss of Cliffjumper to impair their judgement. He also mentions that they are the only Autobots on Earth, they owe it to Cybertron, to Humankind and to their fallen comrade. Arcee sulks off as she transforms and leaves to "protect humankind".

Meanwhile, at a burger joint in a city, we meet the 16 year old human teenager Jack who's working at the drive-thru. His day doesn't seem to be going well. Arcee is en route to the city with her hologram "Sadie". She notices two Decepticon drone "twins" in her rear view mirrors. Jack has a conversation with his mother on his cell phone when he sees Arcee in motorcycle form sitting in the parking lot outside of the restaurant. He's mocked by two girls after they hear him talking to the Arcee motorcycle, proclaiming his desire to own a bike like her.



The two Decepticon drones race toward Arcee and Jack. Given no choice, Arcee must take off with Jack as her passenger with the Decepticon Drones in hot pursuit. The street battle continues through the city. Arcee loses the Drones for a moment so she lets Jack off in an alley after telling him that she doesn't exist. As she leaves him, she sees the Drones again in her rear view mirror. One of the Drones turns to chase after Jack. Move over "slag", the new slang on Transformers Prime is first heard when Arcee says "Oh, scrap!" as she turns around to take on the Drones in order to save Jack who is running for the Drone down an alley. Arcee comes to his rescue, Jack hops on her motorcycle form, and the battle/chase takes to the highway.



Bumblebee soon comes to the rescue by attacking the Drones. Jack and Arcee end up at the end of an unfinished highway. Arcee leaps to the underpass we saw in the 1st Transformers Prime trailer. Another young boy, Raf, is at the bottom of the underpass playing with his remote control car. Raf asks Jack what's going on right. The Drones, having knocked out Bumblebee moments earlier back on the highway, transform and attack Arcee. They battle. The action's pretty good. The Drones take out Arcee with a fire blast to the head. Bumblebee then reappears as he jumps off the highway overpass. This is the scene we saw from the first teaser trailer.



The Drones almost get the best of Bumblebee until Raf shouts out for the Decepticons to leave Bumblebee alone. The Drones then turn their attention from Bumblebee to Jack and Raf. They run down a large sewer pipe until the Drone can't reach them. Bumblebee and Arcee seem to be getting the "scrap" kicked out of them until Bulkhead arrives. With the tide turned against the Decepticons, the Drones transform and retreat. One of the few bits of humor is shown here when Arcee asks Bulkhead what took him so long. Bulkhead replies "traffic". Subtle humor ... not over-the-top like Animated was.

The scene cuts to Arcee and Bumblebee back at Autobot base giving Optimus Prime a briefing on what happened. Optimus states that anyone seen as one of their allies will be at great risk.

Jack walks out of his high school, past a Japanese exchange student, a girl named Miko, who is drawing the "awesome" motorcycle parked in the high school's parking lot. Jack sees Raf. Bumblebee honks his horn, pulls up alongside the boys, and has Raf get in. Arcee takes off in pursuit of Jack. She talks to him about understanding the situation. Arcee tells him that his safety is why Optimus Prime has requested his presence. Miko makes her presence known as she overhears their conversation. Arcee takes both Jack and Miko back to Autobot base to meet with Optimus Prime. The arrival at the Autobot mountain base is fairly epic. You truly get a sense of how large their base is.

The music when Optimus Prime walks into the main room is very reminiscent of the music that played when he first appeared in the first live action Transformers film. He announces that they are "autonomous robots from the planet Cybertron, also known as Autobots". The scene feels very similar to when Optimus introduced himself to Sam Witwicky. Apparently Cybertron is uninhabitable because of the Autobot civil war against the Decepticons. We get to see a stylized flashback to war ravaged Cybertron. This scene looks similar to an animated comic book, but it seems appropriate since it's a flashback scene. Optimus states that he fought alongside one he might consider a "brother", but in war ideals can be corrupted, then Megatron lost his way (awesome screen shot right here of Megatron's head). Optimus tells the human teenagers that he fears Megatron's return is imminent.

Back at the Decepticon base, Starscream states that the transmissions emanating from deep space would be a waste of Energon to intercept unless Soundwave is certain of its source. Soundwave nods, so the Decepticons activate their space bridge to retrieve ... MEGATRON!

To be continued ...

Extensive Look at Takara Animated Blazing Lockdown and Soundwave Electrostatic

Transformers News: Extensive Look at Takara Animated Blazing Lockdown and Soundwave Electrostatic
Date: Saturday, November 20th 2010 6:44pm CST
Categories: Cartoon News, Toy News
Posted by: Blurrz | Credit(s): Alfes 2010

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It's amazing that Takara's Animated toyline is 47 figure strong. #46 and #47 are Soundwave Electrostatic and Blazing Lockdown. Compared to Hasbro's version, this Soundwave persona features darker plastic and a semi-metallic Ratbat. Takara's Blazing Lockdown features gold instead of Hasbro's yellow. Both Takara figures have the appropriate colored Decepticon faction symbols. Check out each gallery by clicking the links and pictures below, courtesy of Alfes 2010!

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Let The Hub know you're going to watch Transformers: Prime!

Transformers News: Let The Hub know you're going to watch Transformers: Prime!
Date: Friday, November 19th 2010 12:02pm CST
Categories: Cartoon News, Media
Posted by: Seibertron | Credit(s): The Hub

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The Hub has launched a Facebook event page for the upcoming sneak preview of Transformers: Prime. Check out the premiere on November 26th "Black Friday" (the day after Thanksgiving) which starts at 4PM Eastern. If you don't know what channel The Hub is on, check out their channel locator by clicking here.



Get excited Transformers fans for an upcoming sneak preview of the first two episodes of The Hub's new animated series "Transformers Prime," Friday, November 26, 4 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. ET. If that's not enough, The Hub will also present a never-before- seen five-part, mini-series megaevent featuring your favorite Autobots and Decepticons Monday, November 29 - Friday, December 3 at 6:30 p.m. ET.

In anticipation of the premiere, The Hub will spotlight "Transformers Prime" with a special episode of "Hubworld" dedicated entirely to the Transformers phenomenon (3 p.m. ET) followed by a half-hour special, "Hub Exclusive: 'Transformers Prime'" at 3:30 p.m. ET and then culminating with the premiere of the first two half-hour episodes of the series at 4 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. ET.

A full schedule of the "Transformers Prime" and related programming is below (All times ET):

“Hubworld” – Transformers-themed episode (Friday, November 26, 3 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.) “Hubworld” is a weekly, live-action pop culture magazine show that infuses what's happening in the life of everyday kids with what's happening on The Hub television network. Actor-magician Justin Willman hosts.

“Hub Exclusive: ‘Transformers Prime’” (premiere: Friday, November 26, 3:30 p.m. – 4 p.m.)

“Transformers Prime” - Part 1 of “Darkness Rising” (premiere: Friday, November 26, 4 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.)

“Transformers Prime” - Part 2 of “Darkness Rising” (premiere: Friday, November 26, 4:30 p.m. - 5 p.m.)

“Transformers Prime” - Part 3 of “Darkness Rising” (premiere: Wednesday, December 1, 6:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.)

“Transformers Prime” - Part 4 of “Darkness Rising” (premiere: Thursday, December 2, 6:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.)

“Transformers Prime” - Part 5 of “Darkness Rising” (premiere: Friday, December 3, 6:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.)

For more information visit http://hubworld.com/. To watch clips from the upcoming series, visit http://youtube.com/hubtvnetwork

The Ark Addendum: Predacon Razorclaw's Transformation

Transformers News: The Ark Addendum: Predacon Razorclaw's Transformation
Date: Tuesday, November 16th 2010 8:55pm CST
Categories: Cartoon News, Comic Book News, People News
Posted by: Razorclaw0000 | Credit(s): Jim Sorenson, Disciples of Boltax.com

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Jim Sorenson, co-author of The Complete Ark and The Animated AllSpark Almanac Part One and Part Two, has updated his blog, The Disciples of Boltax, with a peek at Predacon Razorclaw's transformation.

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Scanned Images of Hyper Hobby December 2010 - Transformers

Transformers News: Scanned Images of Hyper Hobby December 2010  - Transformers
Date: Sunday, November 14th 2010 3:54am CST
Categories: Cartoon News, Toy News
Posted by: Mach | Credit(s): Modxtoy

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Modxtoy has scanned and uploaded the high resolution images of the Japanese toy magazine - Hyper Hobby issue December 2010.

The Transformers items that are focus on this issue are Hyper Hobby Exclusive Transformers Animated Rodimus Black Version, upcoming wave of Transformers Animated cartoon episodes & toys, and finally Masterpiece Rodimus Convoy.

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Four new promos for Transformers: Prime from The Hub -- plus 2 new commercials!

Transformers News: Four new promos for Transformers: Prime from The Hub -- plus 2 new commercials!
Date: Friday, November 12th 2010 4:52pm CST
Categories: Cartoon News, Media
Posted by: Seibertron | Credit(s): The Hub

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With the upcoming premiere of "Transformers: Prime", The Hub was kind enough to send Seibertron.com four new promo videos that they thought all of you Seibertronians out there might enjoy viewing. These new video clips for the upcoming "Transformers: Prime" series can be seen below.

Transformers: Prime - Arcee Promo



Transformers: Prime - Bumblebee Promo



Transformers: Prime - Cliffjumper Promo



Transformers: Prime - Jack Darby Promo



Will the Autobots defeat the Decepticons? Find out more when the new animated series, "Transformers: Prime" premiering on The Hub TV Network, November 29 at 6 p.m. ET. For more information visit http://www.hubworld.com.

UPDATE: In case you missed it, two new commercials debuted for Transformers: Prime earlier this week. Here they are for your viewing enjoyment!




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