We have another update from the Transformers: Earth Wars crew, as Space Ape community manager Deborah meets with developer Adam to talk about a massive overhaul in the Decepticon storyline for the game - to find out what that may be, on this most auspicious of days, check out the embedded video below! Hint: Starscream and Grimlock are both involved.
Adding to the previous listings we had from Zap2it, fellow Seibertronian Survivefan23 has sent us the synopsis for the fourth episode in the fourth season of Transformers Rescue Bots, titled Plus One. Check out more details below!
Transformers Rescue Bots : Plus One
S04, E04 (First Aired: May 7, 2016)
When Heatwave invites her to take a turn at leadership, Quickshadow upsets the Rescue Team's dynamic.
The folks over at Transformers: Earth Wars are having fun with their various marketing platforms and images, and this time bring us a rendition of Megatron sitting on an Energon Throne, with some proper ominous vibes and a dig at a popular TV series also featuring a throne... Check it out below!
Fellow Seibertronian grimdragon2001 has spotted over on the official Transformers YouTube channel a new Designer's Desk video, featuring the soon to be released Combiner Wars Torchbearers/Victorion set! You can take a look at the embedded clip below, as toy designer John Warden discusses elements of femininity in the design, colour uniformity, and more!
Welcome to the latest episode of the Seibertron.com Twincast / Podcast! This episode features your host ScottyP, Megatronus, RodimusConvoy13, xRotorstormx, TigerTrack24, and Counterpunch - listen in as we discuss the latest news, toys, and more.
The Twincast is celebrating the 20th anniversary of Beast Wars by rewatching the seminal series that rescued the brand. This time, we tackle episodes 6, 7, and 8, in which Terrorsaur goes on a power trip, and Tigatron and Blackarachnia join the cast.
So THAT'S what that's for.
After firmly deciding NOT to discuss the recent Transformers: Deviations comic (ScottyP's thoughts on the mini-series can be found here), we tackle some great listener questions.
On implementing Combiner Wars' and Titan Returns' thematic gimmicks on characters who traditionally never had them, MemphisR56asks: "Do you feel that this trend is a welcome addition to the transformers toyline (e.g. if it means we'll see some character that otherwise would've been avoided) or that the trend is problematic for any reasons?"
A gimmick only a mother could love?
StuartMaximusasks: "Anyone know what'll come after Titan Wars? so far we've had or getting Combiner Wars & Headmasters? so if this is some sort of Prime Trilogy or something? then what's the last part gonna focus on? Action Masters? Pretenders? or maybe something else?"
We end this segment with Amelie, who asks: "At which point do you feel that over-complexity in order to achieve maximum animation model accuracy hurts a toy? Or (reversely) - are noticeable sacrifices to the robot and alt-mode acceptable if the transformation is good?"
We're calling you out.
Next, the Twincast covers TF51 and the continued Earth-centric storyline (Tigertracks' excellent Seibertron.com review can be found here). How about them humans, eh? Once you hear this topic start, you'll have to jump to the one hour and twenty three minute mark to avoid spoilers for this issue.
Prime said, with his FISTS.
We turn to an what is likely an evolving topic for many collectors: holy grails. It's been quite some time since we checked in with the Twincast to learn what, exactly, dances between the realistic and unlikely, so we get down to business.
Google her at your own risk.
We polish off the episode with bragging rights - with a twist! Each Twincaster must declare their own individual "wild card" theme. Some themes are straightforward, others are out of the box. I guess you'll have to listen in to learn about our most recent acquisitions.
OK, fine. Here's a hint
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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.
We have an update on the 2016 edition of the Hasbro Transformers Hall of Fame, and the actual voting has literally just opened over on the official Transformers Facebook page. These include the Fans' Choice nominees as sourced from various sites, and feature the following:
FAVORITE TRANSFORMERS CHARACTER (Fictional Robot Character)
FAVORITE UNDERRATED TRANSFORMERS CHARACTER (Fictional Robot Character)
Beast Wars Inferno
BEST TRANSFORMERS-RELATED MUSICAL ACT (Real-life Humans)
The results will be announced and the winners entered into the Hall of Fame at BotCon 2016, taking place next weekend 7-10 April in Louisville, KY. Keep an optic tuned to Seibertron.com for full event coverage, as usual, too!
UPDATE: Hasbro confirms that Inferno is indeed our favourite fire ant - FOR THE ROYALTY!
The next piece of news in the Sony/Hasbro Transformers-inspired music album Roll Out comes in the form of a music video for the title track, from US band Mount Holly - in a new acoustic version! You can check out the embedded clip below, and find out some more info on the album too.
Recorded, Filmed, and Edited by Dallas Kruse
at Zion Studios - Santa Ana, CA
"Roll Out" is the new Transformers album! Preorder here.
Full Album Track List:
1. "Roll Out" by Mount Holly
2. "This House Is On Fire" by Bush
3. "Gigantik" by Crash Kings
4. "Count to Ten" by MEW
5. "Into the Fire" by Elle Rae
6. "Exiled" by SPURS
7. "Just a Spark" by Jameson Burt
8. "Stronger" by OURS
9. "Modern Man" by Darby
10. "Our Revolution" by Born Cages
Resident voice actor and podcaster jON3.0 has sent us some big news for the Hasbro Studios animated series, as it appears Transformers: Robots in Disguise and Rescue Bots have been nominated for a number of categories for the 43rd Daytime Emmy Award, as you can see below! You can join the threads to discuss the two series, respectively, here and here.
Outstanding Special Class Animated Program
Nomination: Transformers Robots in Disguise (Cartoon Network)
Executive Producers: Stephen Davis, Jeff Kline, Shuzo John Shiota
Animation Producer: Therese Trujillo
Producer: Jack Liang
Line Producer: Masanari Kubo
Outstanding Performer in an Animated Program
Nomination: Jeff Bennet as Mayor Luskey in Transformers Rescue Bots (Discovery Family)
Outstanding Writing in an Animated Program
Nomination: Transformers Rescue Bots (Discovery Family)
Writers: Nicole Dubuc, Brian Hohfeld, Greg Johnson
Story Editors: Cydne Clark, Steve Granat, Andrew R. Robinson
Building on the following of Transformers: Robots in Disguise, Hasbro has partnered again with the SuperAwesome platform to release digital content with interactive, multimedia experience across the globe, as reported by Toynews-online.Biz. Find out more in the full piece below!
Hasbro will release full length episodic Transformers Robots in Disguise content on the platform every two weeks.
Following content partnerships for the My Little Pony and Littlest Pet Shop brands, Hasbro has once again teamed up with digital kids engagement platform SuperAwesome to deliver Transformers branded content.
SuperAwesome’s platform reaches over a quarter of a billion kids each month around the world and is used by hundreds of brands for safe digital advertising and branded content delivery to the under-13 audience.
As part of this campaign, Hasbro will release full length episodic Transformers Robots in Disguise content on the platform every two weeks.
Kids can also enter competitions, meet the bots, play games, download Transformers content, and choose a side in the Autobots v Decepticons battle.
The branded Transformers content will also appear on an integrated ‘Drive in Cinema’ section on the Bin Weevils virtual world, dedicated to the Transformers brand.
“As one of the most innovative companies in the toy market, we’re extremely excited to be working with Hasbro on this Transformers content partnership," said Dylan Collins, SuperAwesome CEO.
"Hasbro realise that kids need to engage with content in multiple locations and devices and this is the perfect way to achieve that objective.”
This latest activity complements the companies’ existing partnerships as Hasbro is also using SuperAwesome’s Kids Web Services platform to power its My Little Pony Friendship Club site in the UK, Italy and France.
Craig Wilkins, marketing director, Hasbro UK & Ireland, added: “Transformers has always been a hugely popular brand for kids across the country, capturing audience’s imaginations for over 30 years.
"SuperAwesome is the perfect partner to bring this exciting brand to life for an increasingly digital generation and introduce Transformers on a unique, interactive level.”
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