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Sorenson reveals his next IDW TF project

Transformers News: Sorenson reveals his next IDW TF project
Date: Friday, November 21st 2008 2:56pm CST
Categories: Cartoon News, Comic Book News, People News
Posted by: Seibertron | Credit(s): Jim Sorenson

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Jim Sorenson sent a message to us earlier today to let us know about his upcoming IDW project titled "The AllSpark Almanac". You can read Jim's new blog at http://boltax.blogspot.com/. This book can be pre-ordered through Amazon.ca.

Here's what Jim said in his blog today about this project:

"I just got permission from my editor, the always snazzy Denton Tipton, to reveal my next IDW project. Bill Forster and I will be collaborating once again to bring you The AllSpark Almanac, a 208 page volume covering Transformers: Animated.

"This volume will be substantially different than the two Ark books. First of all, the volume will be in glorious full COLOR! (That's 'colour', for my British readers.) Secondly, while character models are still a very important part of the book, the scope is much broader. We'll be including character biographies, episode summaries and more. And perhaps the most important difference of all, while the Ark books were a result of research and archival and restoration, this book is being written with the full cooperation of the current production staff. Marty Isenberg and friend of this blog Derrick Wyatt have both been lending their efforts to make sure that this is as accurate and complete as possible.

"The cover is from Marcello Matere and looks amazing. I look forward to telling you more as we get closer to the release date.

"(A quick note - I know Amazon says that it will be 256 pages. We're correcting this. Don't worry, we'll somehow manage to pack 250 pages worth of material into our 208 pages.)"

G1 DVD vol 3 for Italy

Transformers News: G1 DVD vol 3 for Italy
Date: Friday, November 21st 2008 9:16am CST
Categories: Cartoon News, Digital Media News, Collectables
Posted by: Dead Metal | Credit(s): M3Gr1l0ck

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Medianetwork Communication and Italian entertainment company has presented the box art for volume 3 of the Italian G1 DVD collection.
This features just like the previous volumes art by Emiliano Santalucia.
To see the box art just scroll down:
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New Image of Animated Wreck-Gar Figure

Transformers News: New Image of Animated Wreck-Gar Figure
Date: Thursday, November 20th 2008 8:13am CST
Categories: Cartoon News, Toy News
Posted by: Skowl | Credit(s): Yizhi521, TF08.net

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Yizhi521 of TF08.net has giving us another sneak-peek at an upcoming figure, this time it's the Voyager-class Wreck-Gar toy from the Transformers: Animated line. The image only shows us the figure's vehicle mode.

See the image in the original thread by clicking here.

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All Hail Optimoose!

Transformers News: All Hail Optimoose!
Date: Wednesday, November 19th 2008 3:40pm CST
Categories: Cartoon News, Comic Book News, People News, Digital Media News
Posted by: Raymond T. | Credit(s): Neil Kaplan

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People who have watched the interviews on Rhino's 2002 DVD release of the G1 Transformers 2.1 box set, may remember voice actor Neil Kaplan talking about screwing around during the recording sessions of Transformers: Robots In Disguise, who voiced Optimus Prime on the series, and turn the character into Optimoose Prime, by speaking the dialogue of Optimus Prime with the voice of classic cartoon character Bullwinkle.

In the years since the interview, Neil Kaplan has often been asked about bringing Optimoose to life. Through the magic of the internet, that day has come. The writer/voice actor, who is currently also involved with the graphic novel I, of the Wolf, has opened a facebook group named All Hail Optimoose!, where the future adventures of the Transformers spoof will be brought to life.

Aside from Kaplan's writing, the artwork for the stories will be provided by acclaimed Welsh artist Simon Williams. Williams has worked on the UK Transformers: Armada comics and the current UK Transformers Movie comics as well as on IDW's Beast Wars Source book.

The following background info has been taken directly from the facebook group page.


"By the way, in the real world his sidekick is William "Bitter" Beaver. Yes, he IS a beaver and YES he is very, very bitter. His saying is "DAM IT!"

In "Life with Optimoose" he and Bitter live in our world. They are both actors, though Optimoose is FAR more successful and beloved. Which of course angers Bitter, as Optimoose started as a bit player on "The Beaver Show." In subsequent years the show was also called "Beaver and Friends", "Beaver and Moose Comedy Hour", "Optimoose and Billy Beaver Show" and finally "Optimoose and Friends."

There agent is Super Agent SIMON WILLIAMS a bit of a snooty priss from the UK. He busts his hump for "Opti" and is, frankly the textbook agent. On the other hand, Simon is more of a "booker" for Bitter. Simon will take the calls for Bitter, but he won't make them.

Bitter - though working - plays bit parts. He is one of the "go to" guys for terrorists, victims, liquor store cashiers. In other words... Bitter is treated just like most other minority actors. In fact, when "A Moose and a Beaver Walk Into a Bar: The Motion Picture" was written by Hollywood Legends Kurtzman and Orci, the role of Beaver was originally written with George Clooney in mind.

In "Optimoose Chronicles" and "The Adventures of Optimoose" things are a LITTLE different. These two "titles" take place in the Optiverse, where ANYTHING is possible.

Optimoose is an intergalactic SuperAgent.

Bitter, is his stumpy sidekick.

Simon? Well, he is Q & M, combined! He gives Optimoose his assignments, but he also designs all of his cool gadgets, weapons and transformations. In the Optiverse, Optimoose can transform into ANYTHING metallic. The one teeny tiny caviot is, the moose head will ALWAYS be there.

Their nemesis???

It's Fanboy/Skele-Fat.

In the real world, fanboy is that always impossible to please perfectionist that claims to be a fan, right before ripping someone or something to shreds. Although he claims to be Optimoose's BIGGEST fan, his goal is to get the world to see that Optimoose is not an ordinary actor.

In the Optiverse... he is Skele-Fat. He is a blob of a man that wears tights and a purple leather straps he hides his face under a skelton mask which barely hides his face, let alone his triple chins. His ego is HUGE and yet, he not only thinks he looks good, but will maim, torture and kill anyone that points out how truly ridiculous he looks.


Neil Kaplan
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Nintendo DS delivers Beast Wars Returns episodes!

Transformers News: Nintendo DS delivers Beast Wars Returns episodes!
Date: Thursday, November 13th 2008 2:03pm CST
Categories: Cartoon News, Digital Media News
Posted by: Dead Metal | Credit(s): Grifter Prime

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For those that may not know, Nintendo DS users love the way this great interactive hand held gaming device has great add-ons.

Now out in Japan for some time is the DS VISION. The DS Vision allows the user to watch movies or episodes (like...Pokemon (lots of Pokemon!)) on their DS. The card with videos on them slip into the DS Vision card which inserts into your DS.

Nintendo DS is also now releasing in Japan episodes of Beast Wars returns! Up to 26 episodes (I'm guessing smaller cut of the episodes)are now available for DS Vision users through Nintendo Japan!

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TFCC Updates us with teasers for next Club Magazine

Transformers News: TFCC Updates us with teasers for next Club Magazine
Date: Thursday, November 13th 2008 2:26am CST
Categories: Cartoon News, Toy News, Site Articles, People News, Store News, Collector's Club News
Posted by: First Gen | Credit(s): Pete@BotCon

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Following the awesome preview we received earlier from the Transformers Collectors Club, Pete@Botcon dropped in to give us more incentive to join the Club. Here's what he had to share:

...And if you are not a member, whoa nelly, we gots something pretty awesome for next issue! Now is the time to join (actually, it is always time to join :-)).

So if you are already a member, what a treat we have in store for you. Derrick (Wyatt) and Cartoon Network are just too awesome!


What could this mean? Looks like more Transformers Animated goodness is headed our way, but you'll have to be a member to find out the whole story.

New images of TF Animated Strika and Rodimus

Transformers News: New images of TF Animated Strika and Rodimus
Date: Wednesday, November 12th 2008 2:02pm CST
Categories: Cartoon News, Digital Media News, Collector's Club News
Posted by: Dead Metal | Credit(s): Transformers Club

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The Transformers Collectors Club have updated their magazine preview section. In this update we can see the new Transformers Animated characters Strika and Rodimus Prime that are rumored to be in Season 3. It also shows us Rodimus Primes weapon of choice a bow and arrow. To see the preview and the images click here.

The Transformers Collectors Club have also posted a PDF version of the last TFCC Magazine, containing the previews of upcoming Universe figures, Transtech Character Profiles, and part 5 of the Club Comic "TRANSCENDENT". To can check out the TFCC Magazine PDF please click here.

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TFA info from Australian fan meet with Eric Siebenaler

Transformers News: TFA info from Australian fan meet with Eric Siebenaler
Date: Tuesday, November 11th 2008 5:54am CST
Categories: Cartoon News, Toy News, Rumors, People News
Posted by: i_amtrunks | Credit(s): Griffin of OTCA

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Thanks to Griffin of the OTCA Boards, for his write up of two Australian meetups with Transformers Animated Designer Eric Seibenaler, comes plenty of information regarding the Transformers Animated toys, past present and future.

The two meetings (held in Melbourne and Sydney) took place after Eric participated in an Australian Animated competition. He took time out from his busy schedule to talk Transformers with Australian Fans.

Some of the tidbits of information Eric divulged to the Aussie fans included:
- Eric designed all the Transformers Animated figures, not just Oilslick. His first figure was Armada Laserbeak, who Eric was re-united with thanks to Griffin.
- Eric is working on two size classes of figures for the upcoming Movie line.
- A New Animated Bumblebee figure is on it's way, it will be smaller and include an extra weapon of sorts
- A New Bulkhead repaint is also on it's way, and like Atomic Lugnut (which Eric named) it will be a repaint that retains the Bulkhead name.
- Oil Slick was meant to contain slime or Water in his helmet and second weapon, but due to safety concerns, it was nixed.
- New Deluxe Animated Arcee will not be entirely Pink
- The UK version of Animated Sideswipe was created without the knowledge or approval of Hasbro, and when found out, they were made to change the name.

For further details about the meetups, and more tidbits of information and photos of Eric doing his thing, please check out Griffin's thread at OTCA.

New TF Universe Webisode

Transformers News: New TF Universe Webisode
Date: Tuesday, November 11th 2008 4:50am CST
Categories: Cartoon News, Toy News, Company News
Posted by: i_amtrunks | Credit(s): Kup of the OTCA Boards, Monkeybar tv

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A strange and unheralded video has appeared on Monkeybar TV, the video channel of Hasbro.com.

The video contains the first look at the Transformers Universe tie in Media.

To check out the Video, please click here.

TF Animated Season 2 And Energon Ultimate Collection DVD Cover Art

Transformers News: TF Animated Season 2 And Energon Ultimate Collection DVD Cover Art
Date: Thursday, November 6th 2008 7:59pm CST
Categories: Cartoon News, Digital Media News
Posted by: Tigertrack | Credit(s): Lawson, ENewsi.com

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ENewsi.com- The cover art for two upcoming Transformers DVD collections have been revealed.

The Energon Ultimate DVD Colletion, due out December 16th, shows the combined form of Optimus Prime and his drones getting ready to take on all the Decepticons that come his way.

You can view the image and set information page at ENewsi.com here.

Transformers Animated Season 2, due out January 6th, features an all too familiar image of Animated Optimus Prime on the foreground, as well as the other Autobots in the background.

You can view this image and the DVD information page here.

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