We're all back together for a new episode of the Seibertron.comTwincast/Podcast. Join host Counterpunch, along with Jon 3.0, Seibertron, Tigertracks, and Razorclaw as they reunite after SDCC 2012, and catch up on the latest news, toys, and reminisce over the reveals.
Thanks to our good friends at Shout! Factory, Seibertron.com's owner Ryan and the talented voice actor and fellow podcaster jON3.0 had an opportunity to visit with Transformers Prime's Jack and Miko at San Diego Comic-Con 2012. Jack is performed by Josh Keaton and Miko is performed by Tania Gunadi. We'd also like to thank Josh and Tania for being such good sports with us, as well as with Ravage the Insult Comic 'Bot who made an appearance as well. You can view our gallery and videos from this laid-back and fun interview below.
As the Seibertron.com staff gears up for our massive San Diego Comic Con coverage in two weeks, the usual Twincast crew, host Counterpunch with Jon 3.0, Tigertracks, Seibertron, and Razorclaw drops the news and some interesting discussion for your listening pleasure.
We're back with another brand new episode of the Seibertron.comTwincast/Podcast, with your host Counterpunch and regular podcasters Seibertron, Jon3.0, Tigertracks, and Razorclaw. This episode, along with previous episodes, may be download directly from iTunes or our RSS feed. You may also download the episode directly. This week's podcast brings some great news for Masterpiece fans as well as some strange oddities lurking in the fandom.
Hasbro's Masterpiece Thundercracker a Toys'R'Us Exclusive
Masterpiece Sideswipe and Alert prototypes and prices
Masterpiece Soundwave announced and priced
Future Masterpiece speculation
Arms Micron Voyager Starscream, Breakdown, and Deluxe Knockout
Arms Micron Capsule Toys
Asian Market Hasbro Generations Redecos and Remolds
The Transformers Collector's Club's partnership with e-Hobby
Fall of Cybertron Insecticons
Movie Barricade Prop Car for Sale
Transformers Mosaics Coming to an end
Universal Studios Transformers the Ride Grand Opening
GI Joe Retaliation Delayed plus possible implications for Transformers
Kay-Bee Toys Exclusive Universe Snow Cat and Downshift
As the fever from BotCon 2012 begins to break, we take one last look after our massive coverage on the last show. We collect our missing crew, Tigertracks and Jon 3.0, who round out host Counterpunch, Seibertron and Razorclaw. The episode is available directly, from our RSS feed, and from iTunes.
Botcon 2012 wrap up, including the Voice Actor Panels and Fan Film Contest
The massive set of new galleries for the BotCon 2012 figures
TFCC Free Figure Depth Charge Artwork
Arms Micron Bulkhead and Arcee
Arms Micron Campaign Shadow Microns
Hasbro Toy Shop Prime Cases and Case Assortment Fatigue
Redecoed Marvel Crossovers for "The Avengers"
Free Comic Book Day Regeneration 80.5
Transformers Prime wins a Daytime Emmy
Transformers Prime episode discussion: Armada, Flying Mind, Tunnel Vision, Triangulation
Deltabot asks, "Other than the podcast and toy collecting forums, what is your favorite part of Seibertron.com?"
Stormrider asks, "If you could kill off any Transformers character who would it be?"
The social aspects of the show, the Seibertron.com bar meetup
The Hasbro Panel
The Club Panel, and the Figure Subscription Service
The Simon Furman Panel
The box set
The souvenir figures
The customizing class
Product reveals, like Toys'R'Us Masterpiece Prime, SDCC Bruticus, SDCC Rust in Peace Cliffjumper, and Prime figures
We hope you enjoyed the show, and we hope to see everyone at BotCon 2013!
The Seibertron.com Twincast / Podcast is back just in time for all of you to enjoy on your way to BotCon 2012 this week. Joining Counterpunch this week are none other than Seibertron, tigertracks 24, jon3.0 and fellow Seibertronian and BotCon veteran Delicon. The podcast crew does their best to get all of you in the mood for BotCon and to catch all of you up on the most recent topics of interest to Transformers collectors.