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Man and Machine TPB Due January 2008

Transformers News: Man and Machine TPB Due January 2008
Date: Tuesday, October 16th 2007 6:08pm CDT
Category: Comic Book News
Posted by: i_amtrunks | Credit(s): tformers.com

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ComicNewsI have posted new information pertaining to the upcoming release of the Transformers/New Avengers Crossover Trade Paperback.

The Trade will be released in January 2008, and contain all 4 issues of the Transformers/ New Avnegers Crossover. Although no word yet of any extras, such as cover galleries.



For the full listing from ComicNewsI, please click here.

Diamond Comics Shipping List For October 17th, 2007

Transformers News: Diamond Comics Shipping List For October 17th, 2007
Date: Monday, October 15th 2007 10:46pm CDT
Category: Comic Book News
Posted by: Darth Bombshell | Credit(s): Diamond Comics

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The products on the list(s) below from Diamond Comic Distributors, Inc. are expected to ship to comic book specialty stores on the indicated date(s) below. Note that this list is tentative and subject to change. Please check with your retailer for availability.


Products available this week on October 17th, 2007:

  • JUL073632 TRANSFORMERS BEAST WARS THE ASCENDING #2 $3.99
  • AUG073743 TRANSFORMERS MAGAZINE #3 $7.99
  • JUL074340 TRANSFORMERS MOVIE MEGATRON GREY T/S SM $19.99


    Products available next week on October 24th, 2007:

  • JUL073630 TRANSFORMERS MEGATRON ORIGIN #4 $3.99

    Product Codes

    (O/A) offered again
    (PI) please inquire at your store
    (MR) mature readers
    (RES) resolicited
    (Note Price) new price increase

  • Issue #2 of Target Prequel Comic Online

    Transformers News: Issue #2 of Target Prequel Comic Online
    Date: Sunday, October 14th 2007 6:08am CDT
    Categories: Comic Book News, Media, Movie News
    Posted by: i_amtrunks | Credit(s): Nevermore of tfarchive.com

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    Target.com have updated their site with Issue #2 of their Prequel Comic.

    This is a continuation of the First Issue released back in July.

    To read the 26 page Comic in .PDF format please click here.

    If you missed the first 11 page comic, and would like to read it, please click here.

    The Target version does contradict the IDW Prequel comic on a few issues, namely the Decepticons time on Earth.

    New Direction for UK Transformers Magazine

    Transformers News: New Direction for UK Transformers Magazine
    Date: Thursday, October 11th 2007 5:42pm CDT
    Categories: Comic Book News, Media
    Posted by: i_amtrunks | Credit(s): Simon Furman

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    Simon Furman has again updated his blog, this time with information pertaining to upcoming changes to the Titan Transformers Magazine.

    The changes are being made to make things less confusing for "younger readers who wanted to see the trucks and cars and jets from the movie proper." Furman has stated that:

    Issues #7-12’s lead stories really had to be Earth-based. The question was, how? Where? Given the limitations (sequel in the works, more IDW movie-based stories to come in all likelihood), the stories couldn’t just ‘continue’ on after the end of the movie without possible story contradictions ensuing (later). So, we decided to squeeze our next batch of stories into the very tail end of the movie, exploiting the ‘unseen’ time between the end of the battle in L.A. and the sort of epilogue scenes.

    The rest of the blog update refers to spoilers about Magazine Issue #7, and announces that relative Newcomer Simon Williams will be doing the art for Issue #7.

    For the full blog entry, please click here.

    TRANSFORMERS MOSAIC: "How Much Longer?"

    Transformers News: TRANSFORMERS MOSAIC: "How Much Longer?"
    Date: Thursday, October 11th 2007 4:53am CDT
    Categories: Comic Book News, Site Articles
    Posted by: i_amtrunks | Credit(s): WhiteRabbit

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    The Universe of the Transformers is vast, and populated by many characters. Their universe is a large tapestry, made up of the stories and points of view of countless experiences that serve the larger whole.

    These are some of those stories. This is:


    It should be noted that this project is not in any way officially affiliated with either IDW Publishing or Hasbro. They're just some short stories crafted by your fellow Transformers enthusiasts.

    That being said, everyone is welcome to leave comments and whatnot regarding the posted stories. Just bear in mind that no one has been paid for this work. These stories are the result of people taking the time out of their busy days to contribute to a universe they love.


    This one's called "How Much Longer?", written by Travis Stunt with art by Sylvain Langlois.


    Nick Roche's Beast Wars Sourcebook Line Art

    Transformers News: Nick Roche's Beast Wars Sourcebook Line Art
    Date: Tuesday, October 9th 2007 8:33pm CDT
    Categories: Comic Book News, Media
    Posted by: i_amtrunks | Credit(s): Nick Roche, IDW

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    IDW Artist Nick Roche has shared some of his lineart from Issue #1 of IDW's Beast Wars Sourcebook

    Included are Images of:
    Big Convoy


    Break


    Blackarachnia


    As well as pics for Apache, Autocrasher and BB.

    To see all the images, make sure to visit the original thread, by clicking here.

    To discuss the Beast Wars Sourcebook use the Sourcebook Discussion thread here.

    Simon Furman Blog re: Uk Magazine

    Transformers News: Simon Furman Blog re: Uk Magazine
    Date: Tuesday, October 9th 2007 6:04pm CDT
    Categories: Comic Book News, Media
    Posted by: i_amtrunks | Credit(s): Simon Furman

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    Simon Furman has been very busy indeed! Updating his Blog once again, this time in reference to the UK Transformers Magazine, that is to be released on Thursday October 11th:

    Movie Devastator comes under the spotlight in a new 10-page comic strip, written by me and drawn by Don. Is he as dumb as his G1 counterpart? Well, yes. But he’s also equally as brutal and destructive, and when he finds himself with no easy prey to crush, watch out! As always with these solo but interlinked stories, there are guest appearances aplenty from other characters from the new TF-movie. Plus, more strip, a profile for Blackout and a titanic, expanded head-to-head smackdown between Optimus Prime and Megatron! Oh, and free pin badges! What more could you ask for.

    Also on Furman's Blog is a picture of the Magazine's Cover, so you know what to keep your eyes on the look out for.

    Chris Ryall Responds To Beast Wars Profiles Criticisms

    Transformers News: Chris Ryall Responds To Beast Wars Profiles Criticisms
    Date: Tuesday, October 9th 2007 9:23am CDT
    Categories: Collectables, Comic Book News, Company News, People News
    Posted by: Tigertrack | Credit(s): The Allspark

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    The errors were scathing to some. To others they put it aside, and chalked it up as an IDW rush job with so much happening on the TF comics front lately.

    Chris Ryall has heard the complaints, the comments, and the criticisms and he calmly replies, taking the blame for the book upon his shoulders, and promising better things:

    "Hey, everyone--

    In the time we've been doing Transformers comics, there have been highs and lows for the fans, I know. As there's going to be on anything -- some projects work better than others, for various reasons.

    This one seems to be ranking somewhere near the first issue of the TF Animated Series for most of you, from the responses I've seen.

    Which sucks all around--the last thing we want to do is release product that doesn't work for you. Especially since this particular book took so long to finally arrive. And because so many artists and colorists labored over it. And because Simon and Ben Yee did the same, and then waited patiently for the book to finally be assembled and released.

    So for the person who just e-mailed me very angry and said "once again, IDW screws its fans," well, that's hardly true and hardly a sound approach to business, I would think. And nothing we would ever set out to do.

    So what happened?

    That's a good question. But there's really no need for me to make excuses or air any beasty-smelling laundry, so I'll just say that the book is, like everything we publish, ultimately my responsibility. This book was one that sort of slipped through the crack while I was dealing with an editorial shift, and it went out with some errors. Book Two was completed during this same period. But Andrew is here as the TF Editor now, and is extremely competent and he and I will do what we can to ensure the rest of the books are produced as they should be. As many errors are able to be corrected in the collected version will be fixed, too.

    I know that this book was a bit of a disappointment for fans who waited so long. Transition with art teams or editorial teams can cause hiccups that are evidenced in the finished product, but certainly not on purpose.

    So know that I share your pain on this--maybe moreso, since so many people have shared their pain with me--but also know that putting out something you don't love is never our intent. We'll get 'em next time."


    You can see the original IDW Forum thread here.

    While they cannot undo what has been done, and there are no promises made that things will be corrected in the Trade Paperback release, we do know that this will be a focus for them to get the remaining issues right.

    You can become a part of our discussion of the 'Beast Wars Sourcebook #1' here

    Diamond Comics Shipping List For October 10th, 2007

    Transformers News: Diamond Comics Shipping List For October 10th, 2007
    Date: Monday, October 8th 2007 6:30pm CDT
    Category: Comic Book News
    Posted by: Darth Bombshell | Credit(s): Diamond Comics

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    The products on the list(s) below from Diamond Comic Distributors, Inc. are expected to ship to comic book specialty stores on the indicated date(s) below. Note that this list is tentative and subject to change. Please check with your retailer for availability.


    Products available this week on October 10th, 2007:

  • AUG072247 NEW AVENGERS TRANSFORMERS #4 (OF 4) $2.99
  • AUG073737 TRANSFORMERS BEST OF UK DINOBOTS #2 $3.99
  • JUL073638 ART OF IDWS TRANSFORMERS HC $50.00
  • JUL073639 ART OF IDWS TRANSFORMERS S/N LTD ED HC $100.00
  • JUL073639 ART OF IDWS TRANSFORMERS S/N LTD ED HC $100.00
  • JUL073640 ART OF IDWS TRANSFORMERS SKETCH ED HC $150.00
  • JUL074352 TRANSFORMERS MOVIE BARRICADE BLK T/S LG $19.99
  • JUL074351 TRANSFORMERS MOVIE BARRICADE BLK T/S MED $19.99
  • JUL074352 TRANSFORMERS MOVIE BARRICADE BLK T/S LG $19.99
  • JUL074351 TRANSFORMERS MOVIE BARRICADE BLK T/S MED $19.99
  • JUL074350 TRANSFORMERS MOVIE BARRICADE BLK T/S SM $19.99
  • JUL074353 TRANSFORMERS MOVIE BARRICADE BLK T/S XL $19.99
  • JUL074354 TRANSFORMERS MOVIE BARRICADE BLK T/S XXL $21.99
  • JUL074347 TRANSFORMERS MOVIE BUMBLEBEE T/S LG $19.99
  • JUL074346 TRANSFORMERS MOVIE BUMBLEBEE T/S MED $19.99
  • JUL074345 TRANSFORMERS MOVIE BUMBLEBEE T/S SM $19.99
  • JUL074348 TRANSFORMERS MOVIE BUMBLEBEE T/S XL $19.99
  • JUL074349 TRANSFORMERS MOVIE BUMBLEBEE T/S XXL $21.99
  • JUL074342 TRANSFORMERS MOVIE MEGATRON GREY T/S LG $19.99
  • JUL074341 TRANSFORMERS MOVIE MEGATRON GREY T/S MED $19.99
  • JUL074343 TRANSFORMERS MOVIE MEGATRON GREY T/S XL $19.99
  • JUL074344 TRANSFORMERS MOVIE MEGATRON GREY T/S XXL $21.99
  • JUL074337 TRANSFORMERS MOVIE OPTIMUS PRIME T/S LG $19.99
  • JUL074336 TRANSFORMERS MOVIE OPTIMUS PRIME T/S MED $19.99
  • JUL074335 TRANSFORMERS MOVIE OPTIMUS PRIME T/S SM $19.99
  • JUL074338 TRANSFORMERS MOVIE OPTIMUS PRIME T/S XL $19.99
  • JUL074339 TRANSFORMERS MOVIE OPTIMUS PRIME T/S XXL $21.99
  • AUG074213 WARMANS TRANSFORMERS FIELD GUIDE SC $12.99

    There are no Transformers or GI Joe products available next week on October 17th, 2007

    Product Codes

    (O/A) offered again
    (PI) please inquire at your store
    (MR) mature readers
    (RES) resolicited
    (Note Price) new price increase

  • TRANSFORMERS MOSAIC: "Downcast"

    Transformers News: TRANSFORMERS MOSAIC: "Downcast"
    Date: Monday, October 8th 2007 1:01am CDT
    Categories: Comic Book News, Media, Site News
    Posted by: i_amtrunks | Credit(s): WhiteRabbit

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    The Universe of the Transformers is vast, and populated by many characters. Their universe is a large tapestry, made up of the stories and points of view of countless experiences that serve the larger whole.

    These are some of those stories. This is:


    It should be noted that this project is not in any way officially affiliated with either IDW Publishing or Hasbro. They're just some short stories crafted by your fellow Transformers enthusiasts.

    That being said, everyone is welcome to leave comments and whatnot regarding the posted stories. Just bear in mind that no one has been paid for this work. These stories are the result of people taking the time out of their busy days to contribute to a universe they love.


    This week's submission is called "Downcast". Written by Mike Priest, Art and Letters by Shane Anderson, with edits by Mary Canada.


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    Transformers Podcast: Twincast / Podcast #117 - Block Town
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