Welcome to the latest edition of the Seibertron.com Twincast / Podcast! This episode features your host and idol of millions, Counterpunch, along with regular cast Rotorstorm, Scotty P, Seibertron, and even a little bit of Jon 3.0 sandwiched in the middle.
Episode 88 "Marky Mark and the Transformers Bunch" is available directly and in our RSS Feed and should appear on iTunes within 24 to 48 hours of this news post.
The full blown flag wavin', dino slashin', Wahlberg actin' Age of Extinction trailer has hit the airwaves. While we break it down for America, follow along with the excellent gallery of still images right here on Seibertron.com
The Comics department didn't get all of the Livio Ramondelli fun - he stopped by the Twincast as well! We ask the questions everyone always wanted to ask, and have a ton of fun along the way. After you listen, be sure to check out Livio's Website and Deviantart Page for all the latest. Plus, post any questions you might have for Livio right here in this topic, and be sure to check out Va'als written interview with Livio as well.
Just in time to not be relevant, we discuss the Masterpiece Bumblebee silhouette and ponder what the final product might look like. We accidentally guessed a few features correctly, it's pretty rad.
Straight from the butt butt, Brawn and Starscream have arrived to confuse our shelves once again. Will the Twincast be flying high with these releases, or having them grounded?
Grimlocks everywhere! Hope you're ready for a whole bunch of Dinobots this summer, as we get to see one of the first exclusive releases for the Age of Extinction toyline in the Grimlock Evolution 2-Pack.
Got a question for the Twincast? We take all of them, we just don't take them all seriously! Leave a question in the Ask the Twincast thread and, if it makes the cut, it may get read and answered on the show.
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We are proud to present the newest Seibertron.com galleries: The Loyal Subjects Transformers! These charming little vinyl figures are fully licensed products, produced by The Loyal Subjects. These chibified figures sport very accurate G1 heads and designs, some even featuring electronics and voice clips! They're poseable, too! (Electronics and sound clips will be featured in wave 2, which we reported on here.)
Without further ado, on to the main event. Click on any of the pictures below to be taken to the galleries where you can fully enjoy them. When you're done, come on back to the forums and share your thoughts with us!
Here's an oldie for you all. In the run up to the new toy releases, Ryan has been able to catch up on some of the older galleries that still needed uploading - so take a look at some Transformers Mighty Muggs, both from retail and the San Diego Comic Con Exclusive of 2009 and 2010! In case it wasn't clear from the images below, the Mighty Muggs are superdeformed non transformable characters, from a range of incarnations of the franchise. Click on any of the images below for the full gallery!
Yet another Sunday, crowning the week here at Seibertron.com. What has the Transtopia section been up to, then? What Transformers artwork, fiction, comics, custom figures, modifications, new creations and doodles have been brought about over the last seven days? Take a look below, as this post holds all the answers!
And make sure to check out the announcement below, as the deadline is Monday 10th March!
Unfortunately, the other major change to this version is a lack of Roller. But, it seems to be a small price to pay to make MP-10 Optimus available to everyone again, seeing as he was somewhat difficult to obtain in several US markets. Don't let this chance slip through your fingers! Take a look at our gallery, let it entice you (you know it will!) and then go and nab this guy for your collection!
Much like YOTH Starscream, this shared exclusive can be obtained through BBTS or TRU, and it's available now.
Here's a sampling to get you started, and clicking on any of the pictures below will take you to the full gallery:
Seibertron's camera has been hard at work to provide us with another stunning, in depth, gallery. The subject this time? Platinum Edition Year Of The Horse Supreme Class Starscream! This is a special redeco of the 2006 Cybertron Supreme Class mold, in a nice G1 color scheme. Much like YOTH Optimus, this shared exclusive can be obtained through BBTS or TRU, and it's available now.
You can see the full gallery by clicking on any of the pictures below:
Continuing in the intent to visually document as many Transformers figures as professionally and beautifully as possible, Seibertron.com is proud to offer another Masterpiece gallery! Click on any of the images below for the full works, showing Takara Tomy MP-19 Smokescreen in its gorgeously blue, red and white officially licensed Nissan Datsun/Fairlady Z altmode, and shoulder cannons, gun and yellow head crest in robot mode.
These ain't your parents' Transformers galleries, kids. Seibertron.com is extremely pround to present two new galleries, and the focus in on the 12th installment in the Takara Tomy Masterpiece line: take in the beauty of MP-12 Lambor (Sideswipe) and its incredibly angry, spiky, 90s repaint - MP-12G G-2 Lambor. While both figures use the same mold, MP-12 G1 Sideswipe comes with his signature shoulder cannon, gun and piledrivers, while the G2 version includes an all new headsculpt, guns, sword, shoulder spiked wheels and sticker set - and they transform into the officially licensed Lamborghini Countach model! Click on any of the images below for the full galleries.
We've seen them in their BotShot (or BeCool, rather) forms, but it's now time to take a look at the full sized samurai team! Seibertron.com is proud to present three new installments in its highly detailed galleries, featuring the Takara Transformers Go! Swordbot Samurai Team Kenzan, Ganoh and Jinbu, and their Micron partners! Click on any of the images below to view the whole gallery, each of which includes the combined form out of the three variations featuring the 'top' robot.