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Creative Roundup, September 16 2012

Transformers News: Creative Roundup, September 16 2012
Date: Sunday, September 16th 2012 4:01am CDT
Category: Transtopia
Posted by: Burn | Credit(s): Various

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After a week off because I had a headache and robofreak had to have a shower, we return with not one but TWO weeks of goodies from our Transtopia Forums.

CUSTOMIZATIONS

Hip-Hoptimus Prime brings us a little gem this week as he transforms his Botshot Jetfire into a three wheeler.

Creative Roundup, September 16 2012



frenzy_rumble brings us seven different, but all connected customs this week.

His first showcase is six WST: Generation 2 Seekers.

Creative Roundup, September 16 2012

Not stopping there with the little guys, he then brings them all together to combine them into Seeker.

Creative Roundup, September 16 2012


Taiki returns to bring us FOC Beachcomber.

Creative Roundup, September 16 2012

He was also lucky enough to get his hands on a Kabaya Fortress Maximus and gave him a touch up or two.

Creative Roundup, September 16 2012



In our last update Jin Saotome took us into an apocalyptic future to bring us End of the Road Bumblebee. He returned again and this time brought back from the end of the world Wheeljack, Ultra Magnus and Shockwave.

Creative Roundup, September 16 2012

Creative Roundup, September 16 2012

Creative Roundup, September 16 2012


Another regular to our Transtopia forums is DreamersImperial who brings us a custom FOC character Blindeye.

Creative Roundup, September 16 2012


xueyue2 brings us an interesting custom as he shows us how to turn a DOTM Megatron into a G1 styled handgun.

Creative Roundup, September 16 2012


Autobot Strider gives us a modified PRID Bulkhead Mace.

Creative Roundup, September 16 2012


Dawgstar joins the forums to bring a collaborative venture with Spurt Reynolds, Masterpiece Bombshell.

Creative Roundup, September 16 2012


And last for the week is Deathsaurus_emperor brings us Classic Chromedome.

Creative Roundup, September 16 2012



FAN ARTWORK

From near the bottom of the world, Verno gives us a sneak peek at his upcoming comic Transwarp: CSIRAC.


FAN-FICTION

kota720 brings us their first attempt at fan fic entitled A Mech Can Dream

All of a sudden a barrage of plasma and other energies flew through the air taking the Decepticons by surprise causing Megatron to drop me to fire back at the onslaught of Autobot shells.
“Where did that useless excuse for a mech go?”
“It doesn’t matter just follow that Autobot ship we cannot let them escape to gather more energon!” Megatron shouted as they ran past the battling armies not noticing me as I ran up beside their ship jumping inside the storage compartments.



Rodimus_2316 introduces us to a new project that's in the works, Transformers Virtual Season 4.

How the project works: We think of ourselves as made-up "1987 cartoon show writers, hired as new writers of the original Transformers cartoon." Not only do we see it from that time-perspective, but also we continue the show's natural toy-character-introductory process. However, instead of being allowed to use *ONLY* G1 toy-characters of that year, we use them at least mostly, with out-of-production characters allowed to have a smaller amount of usage. As a G1 cartoon writer on-staff, one would use their own judgement on "how much Hasbro would allow that, as they'd want their current-year toy-characters mostly used and promoted." Later virtual seasons would be "done in 1988," and so on, following the same rules.



And last but not least, M3Gr1ml0ck updates the Seeds of Deception Project.


PHOTO BLITZ

LaserbeaksPrime brings us another episode from the late night talk show The Jackie Wheeler Show.

Creative Roundup, September 16 2012


Va'al continues to make Starscreams Coronation look hilarious as he continues with The Amazing Adventures of Dennis and Bruce.

Creative Roundup, September 16 2012

And of course our two regular photo blitzers Godzillabot Primal and BeastProwl update their on-going threads.

BeastProwl's Digibash Thread

Godzillabot's Photocomic Funny-ness

Godzillabot's Digibashes

I Can Has Energon?


And that's it for the week folks! Check out the contributions, give them feedback, contribute yourself, and check back for our next update (hopefully next week). Until them, i'm going to go have something to eat and attach big guns to a repainted Alternator Silverstreak!

Transformers On Your Street

Transformers News: Transformers On Your Street
Date: Tuesday, September 11th 2012 11:23pm CDT
Category: Game News
Posted by: El Duque | Credit(s): daimchoc

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Want to see Transformers: Fall of Cybertron's Shockwave and Grimlock duke it out in front of your house? Head on over to "Transformers on your street", plug in your address, and enjoy the show!

Transformers On Your Street

Transformers: Fall of Cybertron #3 Preview

Transformers News: Transformers: Fall of Cybertron #3 Preview
Date: Tuesday, September 11th 2012 3:11pm CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Game News
Posted by: El Duque | Credit(s): ComicBookMovie.com

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ComicBookMovie.com has posted a three page preview of IDW's digital format Transformers: Fall of Cybertron #3 featuring the Dinobots! Check out the mirrored pages below, and download your copy tomorrow.

TRANSFORMERS: FALL OF CYBERTRON ($0.99, 8 pages; full color) is available on IDW’s Apple iPad™, iPhone® and iPod touch®, apps – Transformers Comics and IDW Comics, and on the Web at read.idwpublishing.com. The series will also be featured in the Comics by comiXology platform for iOS, Android, Web and Kindle Fire, and Comics + by iVerse.

Transformers: Fall of Cybertron #3

Writer: John Barber
Artist: Dheeraj Verma
Cover: Priscilla Tramontano
MSRP: $.99
Release Date: Sept 12, 2012
Read more at http://www.comicbookmovie.com/fansites/ ... SVWlQp0.99



Transformers: Fall of Cybertron #3 Preview

Transformers: Fall of Cybertron #3 Preview

Transformers: Fall of Cybertron #3 Preview

Transformers: Fall of Cybertron #3 Preview

Transformers: Fall of Cybertron #3 Preview

IDW Editor John Barber Transformers Prime: Rage of the Dinobots Interview

Transformers News: IDW Editor John Barber Transformers Prime: Rage of the Dinobots Interview
Date: Monday, September 10th 2012 9:41pm CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Interviews, People News
Posted by: El Duque | Credit(s): Ain't It Cool News, Primeultimus

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Ain't It Cool News caught up with IDW Senior Editor John Barber to discuss their upcoming Transformers Prime: Rage of the Dinobots mini-series, which is scheduled to release in November. Click here to see how the Dinobots factor into the Prime universe and the Aligned continuity.

Tying in with the video game TRANSFORMERS PRIME: FALL OF CYBERTRON, comes the IDW comic book TRANSFORMERS PRIME: RAGE OF THE DINOBOTS. Hitting shelves in November and taking place in the 'Prime' Universe, Transformers readers can get to meet everyone's favourite robotic T-Rex, Grimlock for the first time, in this incarnation of the Transformers. In RAGE OF THE DINOBOTS, the Grimlock and co are forced to battle Shockwave with the very fate of Cybertron hanging in the balance. Written by Mike Johnson (Star Trek) and Mairghread Scott, the writer of the TRANSFORMERS: PRIME animated series. Artist Agustin Padilla (Dungeons & Dragons) provides pencils while Ken Christiansen provides covers. I spoke to IDW Senior Editor John Barber about the book and the Transformers legacy on the screen and in comics.


JOHN BARBER (JB): Well, the Prime Universe is the timeline where theTransformers: Prime TV series from Hasbro Studiostakes place, along with the FALL OF CYBERTRON video games from Activision and the novels that Random House publishes, like Exiles and Exodus by Alex Irvine. So if you’re familiar with any of those, you’re already familiar with the characters. The team at Hasbro takes special care to ensure there is continuity between a wide variety of storytelling platforms for the brand.

Transformers: Fall of Cybertron "Dinobot Destructor Pack" Trailer

Transformers News: Transformers: Fall of Cybertron "Dinobot Destructor Pack" Trailer
Date: Monday, September 10th 2012 9:06pm CDT
Categories: Game News, Media
Posted by: El Duque | Credit(s): Activision

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Excited for tomorrow's big DLC release for Transformers: Fall of Cybertron, the "Dinobot Destruction Pack"? Seibertron.com has posted a preview clip of Grimlock, Swoop, Slug, and Snarl in action on our YouTube channel at http://youtube.seibertron.com. The "Dinobot Destruction Pack" will be available for PS3, Xbox 360, and PC tomorrow. Check out the embedded video below.

Activision wrote:The team at High Moon Studios listened to fans and have been hard at work on exciting downloadable content to support the growing TRANSFORMERS: FALL OF CYBERTRON multiplayer community.

To celebrate, here is a brand new trailer with an in-game look at the new characters in action:



Here is a breakdown of the three DLC packs, all of which are available for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC.

AVAILABLE NOW - Dinobot Destructor Pack - includes the following multiplayer characters, which includes their full body + individual body parts for use in the multiplayer character creator.
GRIMLOCK (T-rex)
SLUG (Triceratops)
SNARL (Stegosaurus)
SWOOP (Pteranodon)

AVAILABLE NOW - Multiplayer Havoc Pack - includes the following multiplayer characters, which includes their full body + individual body parts for use in the multiplayer character creator.
ULTRA MAGNUS
WHEELJACK
BLAST OFF
ZETA PRIME
PERCEPTOR

AVAILABLE SEPT. 25 - Massive Fury Pack - includes the following multiplayer characters, which includes their full body + individual body parts for use in the multiplayer character creator. Also includes the following single-player campaign items.
KICKBACK (Flying Insecticon)
SHARPSHOT (Flying Insecticon)
HARDSHELL (Beetle Tank Insecticon)
G1 RETRO OPTIMUS PRIME
AUTOBOT HOUND
Single-Player campaign items:
G2 BRUTICUS (character skin)
G1 SHOCKWAVE BLAST CANNON (weapon)
G1 MEGATRON PISTOL GUN (weapon)

The price for each pack is 800 Microsoft points or $9.99 for PlayStation and PC gamers. For more information, fans can visit www.facebook.com/TransformersGame or www.TransformersGame.com.

Twincast / Podcast Episode #54 "RIPT"

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #54 "RIPT"
Date: Monday, September 10th 2012 5:33pm CDT
Categories: Media, People News, Podcast
Posted by: Razorclaw0000

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The Seibertron.com Twincast is back with another exciting episode! Join host Seibertron, along with cast members Tigertracks, Jon3.0, Razorclaw, and Joevill, along with special guest Paul Friemel/Diablien of Ript Apparel. The episode may be downloaded directly from Seibertron.com or from our RSS feed. The podcast will be available within 24 to 48 hours from iTunes once they have synched with Seibertron.com's RSS feed.

This episode includes:

* Interview with Paul Friemel
* Discussion of Ript Apparel
* Paul's character-centric collection
* GDO Leader Ironhide and Starscream
* APS-01 Striker Prime
* Dark Energon Edition Megatron
* Voyager Brawn Cancelled?
* Fall of Cybertron wrap up discussion (and spoilers!)
* Transformers Prime Legion figures
* Masterpiece Thundercracker
* TFCC/EHobby Solar Requiem
* TFCC Subscription Service Preview Comic
* Rainbow Shield Arms Microns
* Unproduced Transformers/Justice League Crossover Art
* Regeneration One #83
* Robots In Disguise #9
* Transformers Prime "Out of the Past"
* Bragging Rights!

Seibertron.com is your ultimate Transformers resource!

Transformers FOC Wave 2 - Bruticus instock @TFsource

Transformers News: Transformers FOC Wave 2 - Bruticus instock @TFsource
Date: Friday, September 7th 2012 6:39pm CDT
Categories: Sponsor News, Toy News
Posted by: El Duque | Credit(s): TFsource

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Site sponsor TFsource now has Transformers Generations: Fall of Cybertron Wave 2 featuring all five Combaticons in-stock and ready to ship!



Transformers FOC Wave 2 - Bruticus instock @TFsource

Transformers FOC Wave 2 - Bruticus instock @TFsource

Transformers Generations: Fall of Cybertron Retail Combaticons Video Review

Transformers News: Transformers Generations: Fall of Cybertron Retail Combaticons Video Review
Date: Friday, September 7th 2012 10:08am CDT
Categories: Game News, Reviews, Toy News
Posted by: El Duque | Credit(s): baltmatrix

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Seibertron.com member baltmatrix has posted a video review of the mass retail version of the Transformers Generations: Fall of Cybertron Combaticons. This set of Onslaught, Vortex, Blast Off, Swindle, and Brawl features a much brighter deco than the previously released SDCC 2012 exclusive box set. Check out his review embedded below.

This review takes a look at the Onslaught, Brawl, Swindle, Blast Off and Vortex figures from the Fall of Cybertron TF Generations toy line. Please note that I did not include any of the fan modes or changes. That will be a separate video.


Transformers: Regeneration One #83 Creator Commentary with Simon Furman

Transformers News: Transformers: Regeneration One #83 Creator Commentary with Simon Furman
Date: Wednesday, September 5th 2012 4:48pm CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, People News
Posted by: El Duque | Credit(s): Transformers facebook page

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The official Transformers facebook page has shared this week's creator commentary for IDW's Transformers Regeneration One #83. Hall of Fame writer Simon Furman gives some insight into the first five pages. Mirrored below for those without facebook access.


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PAGE 1: Spike Witwicky marks his return, now as Circuit Smasher! What inspired this radical new take on an old favorite character?

SIMON FURMAN: Having Spike back served a twofold purpose. On the one hand, the current status of/fate of Fortress Maximus was on my RG1 “to do” list. It was something else left kind of dangling at the end of #80. I did and do like the basic concept of a character who, to save their life, has to surrender a part of their humanity, and Spike (already being a Headmaster) was partway on that course already. Once I knew the fate of Earth and roughly the state of play there, using him just fitted. It’s that “everything old is new again” tag that I keep applying to RG1. Take the familiar and twist it, reinvent it. I want to keep surprising people with this book, and if doing that also ties a few plot points together, all the better.

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PAGE 2: Rack ’N’ Ruin are taken out by Spike, as he displays his power. Clearly what Megatron did to Earth has had a profound affect on him and how he now views all Transformers.

SIMON FURMAN: Yes, and just how much is going to become evident when we hit our third story arc. Spike’s a complex character. He’s human, and blames the Autobots for almost all the bad things that have happened to planet Earth in the intervening 21 years (between #80 and #81). But he was, for a while, half Nebulan/Cybertronian too. He’s literally been inside the heads of the Transformers. But his separation from Fort Max (as well as almost killing him) has left him full of misdirected anger, anger that will spill out in #91-95 in terrifying ways, blurring his place among the “good guys” of RG1. But those kind of characters have always been my favourite. You never know which way or how far they’re going to go, and subsequently if there’s any way back for them once they’ve stepped over that line.

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PAGE 3: Topspin and Spike talk about where Spike was when he was last seen in Marvel US issues. Did you always know this was where Spike was going to be when you last wrote him?

SIMON FURMAN: Honestly, no. I think it’s the gulf of time and the fact that we’re heading for an honest-to-gosh conclusion that allowed me to go so dark, both with the state of play on Earth and just how off the deep end Spike is going to go. But some of the seeds of Spike’s state of mind were sown back in #79. To use a kind of drug analogy, Spike was trying to kick the Fort Max habit and get back to his own life. But in many ways he was now Fort Max, so that kind of enforced distance was bound to have some fallout, a kind of enhanced separation anxiety. It’s like the thing you need most, you’re denying yourself, and it’s bound to splinter your psyche. So, even though Fort Max is gone (rather than just shelved), the effect is going to be the same. But even more pronounced. Even once Spike understands what is missing, what he needs, it’s impossible to get.

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PAGE 4: Spike and the Wreckers stand down after their initial confrontation. Considering both of their desperate situations, you’d think it couldn’t get any worse of them. Right?

SIMON FURMAN: Oh, it’s going to get a lot worse. For both. Even when the dust settles on #85 and that storyline, the Earth angle is far from finished. And the Wreckers are going to be reeling for a long time.

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PAGE 5: Optimus Prime is sharing his seemingly infinite wisdom with Hot Rod. Do you see Prime as someone who, even with all his experiences, still learning new things about the world around him?

SIMON FURMAN: My take on Optimus Prime is that while he’s a Prime, he’s not THE Prime. And that’s what he’s been gradually starting to understand. I always feel that Optimus never really wanted the role, but grew into it. Grew into this amazing, inspirational leader. But it was never natural. He had to walk the shoe leather in before it fitted. And maybe for all his incredible wisdom and courage he’s still just a link in chain from their creator, Primus, to… ???. A chain (mentioned in #65) that got broken when the Matrix was lost/corrupted/destroyed. Is it a coincidence that Hot Rod kind of looks like Primus? I tend not to believe in coincidences.

Win a Custom, One of a Kind Transformers: Fall of Cybertron Xbox 360 Console

Transformers News: Win a Custom, One of a Kind Transformers: Fall of Cybertron Xbox 360 Console
Date: Wednesday, September 5th 2012 2:22pm CDT
Category: Game News
Posted by: El Duque | Credit(s): Transformers Game facebook page

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The official Transformers Game facebook page has announced the opportunity to win a custom Transformers: Fall of Cybertron Xbox 360 console. See details below.

“Want to win a custom, one of a kind Transformers Fall of Cybertron Xbox 360 console? Head over to http://twitter.com/xbox to find out how!



Win a Custom, One of a Kind Transformers: Fall of Cybertron Xbox 360 Console

Win a Custom, One of a Kind Transformers: Fall of Cybertron Xbox 360 Console

Win a Custom, One of a Kind Transformers: Fall of Cybertron Xbox 360 Console

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Transformers Podcast: Twincast / Podcast #121 - SDCC 2015
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