Toy World from Hong Kong has posted some new images of the upcoming Transformers toys from Tomy Takara at the 2009 Japan Chara Hobby Toy Fair.
Chara Hobby Toy Fair is a 2-day event, starting from today (29th August 2009) till 30th August 2009.
Thanks to Toy World, we can take a look at upcoming Disney Label Donald Duck, Halloween Disney Label Mickey as well as Device Label toys.
Encore Bruticus/Combaticons toys were also on display at the toy fair, interestingly the G1 styled Constructicon toys are also spotted beside the Combaticons. Speculation will surely mount whether the next upcoming Takara Encore will be the much-loved G1 Constructicons.
However, there are still no images of the Chara Hobby Exclusive, ROTF Soundwave Black Version, available to share at this moment.
Stay tuned to Seibertron, as only here that you can get the latest Transformers news.
In a press release on XBOX.com, the "Game with Fame" news section has been updated to reveal the next Hollywood star to enter the online gaming fray.
Transformers fans and fanboys overall may get a kick out of this one: Megan Fox (Mikaela Banes), star of Transformers Revenge of the Fallen is scheduled to play the online version of her movie's game this saturday, August 29, at 6:00 P.M. EST. Xbox gamers must be gold members in order to participate. Here's the full details:
Megan Fox, who plays Mikaela Banes in the Tranformers series of movies, will visit Xbox LIVE® to play Xbox LIVE® Gold Members in TRANSFORMERS™: REVENGE OF THE FALLEN™ THE GAME on August 29.
If you're an Xbox LIVE Gold Member (if not, upgrade now!), and you want a chance to play with Megan Fox, send a friend request to the following Gamertag and be online half an hour before (5:30 P.M. ET) the Game with Fame session starts on Saturday, August 29, 6:00 P.M. ET. If you receive an invite to play, enjoy your Game with Fame!
Check out the original post for full details on how to upgrade to Gold membership and join the fray here.
Hi seibertronians, so Europe's biggest Transformers convention Auto Assembly 2009 has ended on Sunday. The event was located in the Holiday inn Birmingham city Centre.
Fun fact: Birmingham is England's second biggest city after London.
Fun fact number two: Auto Assembly is always in Birmingham.
This time the event was once more two days long well 2.5 if you booked the full weekend as that granted you access to the Friday afternoon and evening program, old G1 episodes, a fan dub and an exclusive screening of Transformers Revenge of the Fallen at the Odeon.
So Transformers fans from all over the UK, well Europe no the world meet up and had a grate time together.
The two guests of honour where: Gregg Berger (G1 Grimlock, Skyfire, Autback and Long Houl) and Ian James Corlett (BW/BM Cheetor). But they weren't the only guests, we had Nick Roche (Spotlight Kup, Maximum Dinobots), Jason Cardy (colourist), Kat Nicholson (colourist), Liam Shalloo (colourist, inker), Andrew Wildman (do we have to state the obvious? well OK, artist), Simon Williams (artist), Kris Carter (colourist), Staz Johnson (artist), Mike Collins (artist), Lee Bradley (artist), Lew Stringer (artist) and Jon Davis-Hunt (artist). All guests were grate and just fun to talk to and best of all just felt very at home at the con and where down to earth and just mingle with the fans. Simon Furman who is an Auto Assembly regular and is considered by many to be part of the Auto Assembly inventory could not come as he was at a marriage, but he did write a spiffy script for AA09's script reading, with Gregg Berger reprising his roles as Grimlock and Outback and Ian James Corlett reprising his role as Cheetor, Nick Roche as Beast Wars Megatron (yeeeeesss) and seibertronian Skullgrin140 as Waspinator (grate performance)! The script centred around Cheetor, Razorbeast and Dinobot meeting Grimlock and trying to stop Megatron's evil plan of destroying the multi-verse as we know it with the help of Outback and G1 Optimus Prime, the script was a bit of a self-mocking of Simon Furman.
There was also a concert of the young UK band Next of Kin covering many Transformers songs and a few of their own creations, a special of Irish singer Ray with his song "Unknown Transforming Robot"
It has been said often recently that there has never been a better time to be a Transformers fan than right now. Interest in the Transformers brand does in fact appear to be at an all-time high and one indicator of this is the growing number of conventions all over the world which feature Transformers. Seibertron.com member Real Devastator just attended one of these conventions and had this to share on our Energon Pub Forums.
The 2009 Singapore Toy, Games & Comic Convention is presently hold at Singapore Suntec City (14-16 August 2009).
Today I have visited this big event here for the first time. Unfortunately there are nothing much about Transformers exclusive or any upcoming release figures, however Hasbro Singapore is displaying a collection of most(if not all) incarnations of Optimus Prime as well as some Megatron various generation toys.
Surely the display has been the center of attention and many digital camera memories has been reserved for the impressive collection.
I managed to take the photos of the display for your viewing.
Note: Special thanks to Singapore TF fan Stephenus Prime for providing his toys for Hasbro Singapore. Yeah what you see belongs to him.
Also in progress as we speak in the United Kingdom is Auto Assembly 2009. Seibertron.com News Crew member Dead Metal is presently attending this event and will give us all a full recap in a few days.
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Some news regarding Auto Assembly 09 has shown up. It looks like attendees of the convention will be setting their eyes on something that many have not seen before. Here is what's going down.
With Auto Assembly 2009 starting Friday evening here within the UK we thought we'd give you another incentive to come along if you have not already made up your mind. As you probably know by now at the event we will be showcasing our Lucky Draw collection the majority of which can be photographed for this website. However there are two Lucky Draw items that we own that we have not yet photographed for the website.
One of the items is the 2004 TV Magazine Colouring Contest figure Robotmaster G1 Convoy. The only images of this figure that have previously been seen were from a Yahoo Japan auction and a few images taken by Ultra Convoy who won that auction. Of the 10 figures that were produced, only Ultra Convoy's and our own are the only ones known to be in collectors hands.
The second item is even rarer and we believe only four photographs of this toy exist as well as a scan of the magazine from which it was originally offered. We have only seen this figure for sale once since it was produced. Who is the figure? None other than the second half of Black Super God Fire Convoy ... Black God Magnus!
We will not be publishing images of the toy on the internet until after Auto Assembly 2009, so if you want to see the figure you will have to come along to the event and have a look at the display. The figure will be shown on both days, but remember that only Sunday visitors will be able to see our entire Lucky Draw collection.
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