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Metrodome Newsletter Released

Transformers News: Metrodome Newsletter Released
Date: Sunday, June 3rd 2007 3:34pm CDT
Categories: Cartoon News, Media
Posted by: Raymond T. | Credit(s): www.transformersdvd.com

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TransformersDVD has released its latest newsletter to remind fans that their UK release of the 1986 Transformers: The Movie - the Ultimate Edition goes on sale tomorrow. The following has been taken directly from their newsletter.

"TRANSFORMERS THE MOVIE - ULTIMATE EDITION
OUT ON DVD THIS MONDAY!


Hi all

This Monday sees the long awaited release of Transformers the Movie - Ultimate Edition! Fully remastered and in widescreen for the first time in the UK with 5 hours of extra features this truly is the Ultimate Edition!

To launch this release Metrodome have created an exclusive LIMITED EDITION METALLIC TIN BOX package and pre-sales of these have been rocketing over the past few weeks. With limited stock we would highly recommend you order yours in the next week as they are quickly running out - once sold the tin will be replace with a standard slip case, so make sure you get you hands on one now it has "collectable" written all over it!


SPECIAL FEATURES

DISC 1

Remastered movie with 5.1 audio/stereo option
Commentary with Transformers expert Chris McFeely
Alternate US/UK version footage
US theatrical trailer
Japanese Trailer
US TV spots
Final title check test
Cinex check - colour and exposure check
Character biographies
New Transformers The Movie trailer

DISC 2

Original 4:3 version of the movie
Exclusive interview with Flint Dille (Story Consultant)
The voice of Optimus Prime, Peter Cullen Q&A
Exclusive Japanese Scramble City episode
Deleted and alternative scenes
Paramount's 'Transformers' live action movie trailer
Animated storyboards
DVD Rom Material: Original movie script and 5.1 audio breakdown
Exclusive booklet written by Transformers expert Chris McFeely


We have also set up some retailer exclusive offers for you guys to take your pick from:

Play.com - Exclusive Transformers the Movie theatrical art postcards

HMV - Exclusive double-sided theatrical art sleeve

Toys 'R' Us - Exclusive poster

Virgin - Exclusive Transformers the Movie stills art cards

Woolworths - Exclusive poster


Happy watching!

Metrodome
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TV Loonland in Trouble?

Transformers News: TV Loonland in Trouble?
Date: Friday, June 1st 2007 1:40pm CDT
Categories: Cartoon News, Company News
Posted by: Raymond T. | Credit(s): www.variety.com

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Variety has reported that things are not going that great with TV Loonland recently. TV Loonland bought Sunbow Production in 2000, and thus owns much of the media rights for the original series of The Transformers for the international markets, as wel as some of the more recent incarnations of that cartoon series.

According to the article the company suffered a major blow after announcing earlier this year that they had a massive loss in profits of 20 million euro during 2006. And now the company was forced to postpone it publication of their figures of 2006 and the first quarter of 2007 due to ongoing restructuring. Including that two supervisory board members, Thomas Mayrhofer and Michael Bischoff, had already resigned. This resulted in a 27% drop in value over the company's stock, down to €0,91 per share.

The company executives have confirmed that they are already in talks with unidentified investers and a bank consortium, which might lead to selling TV Loonland. If this will happen, the future of the media branche of Transformers (which means TV broadcasts and DVD sales) on the international market, especially Europe, may end up in doubt.

IGN Reviews Transformers The Movie 20th Anniversary Edition Soundtrack

Transformers News: IGN Reviews Transformers The Movie 20th Anniversary Edition Soundtrack
Date: Tuesday, May 29th 2007 10:48pm CDT
Categories: Cartoon News, Media, Reviews
Posted by: Hotrod | Credit(s): i_amtrunks and IGN.com

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The ReviewsTransformers The Movie 20th Anniversary Edition Soundtrack was released today. Our own i_amtrunks has brought us news of a review of the soundtrack. IGN.com has posted the review. Click here to read it.

G1 Cartoon to Air in the U.K. Again

Transformers News: G1 Cartoon to Air in the U.K. Again
Date: Tuesday, May 29th 2007 7:36pm CDT
Category: Cartoon News
Posted by: Hotrod | Credit(s): The Real AC&#x2122; of Allspark.com

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We have some good news for G1 fans living in the United Kingdom. The original G1 cartoon will be returning. The Real AC of Allspark.com has reported that the cartoon will air on Sky Digital Channel POP. To read the original post click here.

Transformers: The Movie (1986) - The Ultimate Edition Reviewed

Transformers News: Transformers: The Movie (1986) - The Ultimate Edition Reviewed
Date: Thursday, May 24th 2007 3:59pm CDT
Categories: Cartoon News, Media, Reviews
Posted by: Raymond T. | Credit(s): www.dvdactive.com

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Dvd Active has reviewed Metrodome's UK release of Transformers: The Movie (1986) - The Ultimate Edition, to be released on June 4th. The Review is mostly comparing screenshots from this DVD with the US release of the 20th Anniversary Edition.

Beast Machines DVDs Getting Release in Australia

Transformers News: Beast Machines DVDs Getting Release in Australia
Date: Thursday, May 17th 2007 9:16pm CDT
Category: Cartoon News
Posted by: Hotrod | Credit(s): Gutsman Heavy

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Our own Gutsman Heavy has brought some news about new Beast Machines DVDs being releasesd in Australia. However, the DVDs will not be a Madman release. The release is being handled by Sony Pictures. Rather than being released as a single box-set its being released in volumes. Each volume is priced at $14.95 and the DVDs have 5 episodes per disk. No extras announced yet. Here are the listings:

Volume 1
Volume 2

The release date is June 20, 2007.

Transformers: The Movie Expanded Edition Soundtrack Tracks Revealed

Transformers News: Transformers: The Movie Expanded Edition Soundtrack Tracks Revealed
Date: Thursday, May 10th 2007 6:25pm CDT
Categories: Cartoon News, Media, Movie News
Posted by: Hotrod | Credit(s): Walmart.com

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Walmart.com has updated their product listing for the Transformers: The Movie Expanded Edition Soundtrack. A list of tracks that includes the original ten songs and four tracks has been posted. Here is the list of tracks:

1. The Touch - Stan Bush

2. Intsruments Of Destruction - N.R.G.

3. Death Of Optimus Prime - Vince DiCola

4. Dare - Stan Bush

5. Nothin's Gonna Stand In Our Way - Spectre General

6. The Transformers - Lion

7. Escape - Vince DiCola

8. Hunger - Spectre General

9. Autobot/Decepticon Battle - Vince DiCola

10. Dare To Be Stupid - 'Weird Al' Yankovic

11. Unicorn Medley - Vince DiCola

12. Moon Base 2: Shuttle Launch - Vince DiCola

13. Megatron Must Be Stopped (Pts.1 & 2) - Vince DiCola

14. The Transformers - Stan Bush & Vince DiCola

Took check out the listing for Transformers: The Movie Expanded Edition Soundtrack click here.

New Cartoon Screen Shot?

Transformers News: New Cartoon Screen Shot?
Date: Thursday, May 10th 2007 11:20am CDT
Categories: Cartoon News, Rumors
Posted by: Tigertrack | Credit(s): Zone DaiAtlas, TFW 2005

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Fast on the heels of our reporting on a news article about the new cartoon, two new items have come up that are interesting...

The first is an article much like the one we featured yesterday that adds just a little more description about the cartoon premise:

"Little is known about the new series except for the fact that it will take place in a future era during which humans and robots both inhabit the Earth. Optimus Prime (supposedly now a fire truck) and Megatron will be featured in the new series, which reportedly features a brand new look for the long-lived Transformers characters."

(The whole article can be found here.)

But the most controversial NEW information may be the new screenshot that has shown up. It's hard to make out the characters, but you can feel free to discuss and speculate.

Take a look at the five unclear characters here!

Please stay tuned to Seibertron.com as we bring you more updates about the new cartoon, movie, and toys, as they become available!

Entertainment Rights secures rights to new Transformers Cartoon.

Transformers News: Entertainment Rights secures rights to new Transformers Cartoon.
Date: Tuesday, May 8th 2007 11:58am CDT
Category: Cartoon News
Posted by: Tigertrack | Credit(s): Shinobo Rendar

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"Entertainment Rights (ER) has secured rights to the new Transformers animated television series from toy giant Hasbro, as well as agreeing a raft of international deals for its key properties following MipTV.

ER now has worldwide (excluding Latin America, North America and certain Asian territories) TV and video-on-demand distribution rights to Transformers (26x30') plus a 70-minute Transformers special. ER now represents four seasons of the show, totaling 154 episodes.

The new series has a good deal of talent onboard, including Sam Register, exec producer of Ben 10, Hi Hi Puffy Ami Yumi and Teen Titans; Vincent Aniceto, line producer (Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, Power Puff Girls); and Marty Isenberg, head writer (Danny Phantom, A.T.O.M., X-Men, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles). In addition, Derrick Wyatt, character designer for smash hit Teen Titans, will take the role of lead designer.

The new 2D style that will be the show's trademark harks back to the original 20-year-old cartoon, but according to ER, the new Transformers has a different audience in mind."
-C21 Media

The main new information is that there will 154 episodes, plus a 70 minute special.

The new cartoon will also see Worldwide distribution, but as of this point there is no target release date.

Check out the article here.

AS always, stay tuned to Seibertron.com for more of the new cartoon details as they come out.

EDIT: It was pointed out by SNIPER SAMURAI and BIGBOT that the 154 episodes and 4 seasons is misrepresented as only the new series. It supposedly meant to represent Armada, Energon, Cybertron, and the new series...

So everyone can wipe the surprised looks, off their faces. It is only 26 episdoes.

Simon Furman Finishes G1 Mini-Comic for Madman’s DVD Set

Transformers News: Simon Furman Finishes G1 Mini-Comic for Madman’s DVD Set
Date: Wednesday, May 2nd 2007 6:15pm CDT
Categories: Cartoon News, Comic Book News, Company News, People News
Posted by: Hotrod | Credit(s): Simon Furman

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Once again Simon Furman has updated his blog. In his latest entry Furman reveals that he has finished the eight page mini-comic that will come with Madman’s complete G1 DVD set. The events in the story take place at the end of season 2 and before the movie. The comic will attempt to bridge the gap between TV show and movie, show the current state of Earth and Cybertron, and foreshadow a defining event in the movie itself. The art for the comic is done by Nick Roche. Read the entire entry by clicking here.

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