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Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye Ongoing #6 Creator Commentary

Transformers News: Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye Ongoing #6 Creator Commentary
Date: Wednesday, June 27th 2012 3:20pm 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 posted the creator commentary for IDW's Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye Ongoing #6. Writer James Roberts, artist Nick Roche, and colorist Josh Burcham share their thoughts on the first five pages. Mirrored below for those with facebook access.

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PAGE 1: Fortress Maximus in a therapy session with Rung. It looks like the beating he suffered at the hands of Overlord in Last Stand of the Wreckers isn’t something he can get over easily, or quickly. There’s still a lot of darkness there.

JAMES ROBERTS: He possibly came off worse than anyone else at Garrus 9 [the prison in LASOTW], even those that died. Firstly, it was his responsibility to stop the facility falling into enemy hands, and he failed miserably, and Fort Max is someone who takes his responsibilities very seriously. G9 fell and his officers died. Secondly, he wasn’t just trounced by Overlord, he was thrown into the crowd of inmates and all-but ripped to shreds, so he suffered a monumental physical pounding. Thirdly, he ended up minus his arms and legs, hooked up to the door of the Aequitas chamber, being used by Overlord as a living lock pick. So the poor guy’s suffered physically, emotionally, psychologically… you name it.

But Maximus is the kind of Autobot who bottles all this stuff up, internalizes it; and it gets expressed in other ways. Like tearing Decepticons apart.

NICK ROCHE: Nice cinematic opening there, and interesting that it’s one of the few occasions in this issue that we leave the ship. It’s almost the only time there’s space to breathe – literally and figuratively – before story boxes us in. The title hints at the internal nature of the story, as will become evident after you buy the full issue following the mesmeric properties of these five pages.

The last panel on Page 1 was fun too; really happy I got to draw Overlord once more. This is one of those instances in the script where it’s labeled as one panel, but James then asks for four or five different action beats within one image! He’s sly, you see. But it worked out well, I think. I like these little montages, and this one especially felt like I was filling in a blank within Last Stand of the Wreckers. And people lap that stuff up. Thankfully.

JOSH BURCHAM: You are correct sir! (in his best Ed McMahon impression)… Ha ha. Nah really, I think what I’m loving most about this issue, and what we see here on this and the next couple pages, is the fact that we see what had happened to Max does in fact affect him. I love that we get to see these ’bots as more than just mindless war machines but as actual characters with feelings and emotions and problems, not unlike ourselves. It’s an interesting dichotomy for sure! We have these huge giant warring creatures, completely mechanical in nature, but who can think and feel much the same as us. I really love that we get to take some time and see/explore that aspect of these characters. I really do think that’s one of the main reasons Transformers has gone on as long as it has and has such a dedicated fanbase. It’s one of the endearing qualities of the franchise for sure! It’s almost like they’re more than meets the eye! *ba dum tsh*


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PAGE 2: Fort Max thinks about what happened to him on Garrus 9. Was it always the intention to go to the events in Wreckers and explore what we didn’t see before, and was it hard to find gaps to tell more parts of that story?

JAMES ROBERTS: It was not my calculated intention, no, but it was one of those connections that seemed to make sense. And I like it when events in previous stories spark new stories – it’s the opposite of pressing a re-set button every issue. To my mind, the current TF comics universe is the first serious rival [in comics] to the hallowed Marvel continuity in terms of the amount of story material and the depth and interconnectedness of the stories themselves, and if you can create new stories by sparking off events in old stories it helps give the impression that the likes of MTMTE and RID and Autocracy all serve to push forward one epic storyline.

Was it hard to find gaps in Wreckers? Nah. You can always find gaps if you look hard enough. And certain gaps may be bigger than you realize (he says cryptically).

NICK ROCHE: More LSOTW additions here – my prime reason for working on this issue, to be honest! I got all sweaty and panicky and territorial about someone else working with James (and Josh) on what is almost a “deleted” scene from that series. It just made sense creatively to get us together for snatches such as this. It’s worrying to think James and I could probably write a whole other series exploring the atrocities that occurred within Garrus-9 before the Wreckers arrived. It wouldn’t be big or clever, but it’d be a lot of gruesome fun.

JOSH BURCHAM: Well I’m certainly glad for the opportunity to revisit the story lines in the Wreckers books! And I’m even more excited that we’ve been able to bring back the band who made it happen for this issue! It’s been great fun having to revisit old pages for references (color-wise)!

*re-united and it feeeeels so goooood!*


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PAGE 3: Swerve’s bar seems to have become the main focal point for fun on the Lost Light. Presumably we’re going to have a lot more happening there as the series goes on. And what makes you want to go back there and play with the characters in that setting?

JAMES ROBERTS: I love Swerve’s bar! You need a place where the crew of the Lost Light can just hang out and socialize. You can match up different combinations of characters, and they can talk and laugh and argue and fight. As in real life, an environment like that can provide the backdrop for everything from a practical joke to a brawl to a death threat – or just be the place where our heroes relax. As the series progresses, different sets of characters will have adventures away from the Lost Light, and I like the idea that they always eventually end up in Swerve’s bar, recounting what happened.

Alex Milne did an amazing job designing the bar (seriously, he designed it like a film set). Nick did the impossible and made a supremely complicated group scene work, and Josh surpassed himself by infusing the whole sequence with a warm pub glow.

NICK ROCHE: This was a tricky scene for me, as I have never been in a bar, apart from the one I was born in. But as the boy Roberts sez, Dutch Rubs and Tweaked Noses to Alex for so succinctly designing the environment. It really helped in choreographing a scene in which so many characters talk across one another. In addition, I haveta say that Tailgate and Swerve are as much fun to draw for me as they seem to be for James to write. I’m just really pleased with the proportions and shape on those characters and will happily return for an issue just starring them in an adventure where they get jobs as ice-cream salesmen.

I also need to congratulate James on picking a cast with so few actual facial features and then cooking up such amazing sparky and sparkling dialogue for them! Luckily, Rung’s eyebrows take up a lot of the slack in the Emotional Display Department in this book.

JOSH BURCHAM: Why, thank you James! Credit has to go to Swerve, though, since he’s installed that dynamic lighting system. The mood lighting can go from night-club to cozy pub in the flash of an optic! Keeps a colorist, like me, on his toes!


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PAGE 4: Tailgate is clearly (not) having fun learning the Autobot code with Ultra Magnus while we learn a little more about Rewind and Chromedone. Can we assume that the entire back story for these central characters is fully worked out and ready to be told at some point?

JAMES ROBERTS: You certainly can. I’m conscious that it’s a big cast and that each character needs his chance to shine. I think virtually all of the main cast have secrets, and we’ll be finding out more about them as the series progresses – sometimes the information will be delivered piecemeal; other times you might get a big hit of important backstory. Chromedome and Rewind come under the spotlight in issues 9 to 12, and there’s some big, big Magnus stuff coming up.

With issue 6, however, I deliberately went for an ensemble vibe – it has an end of season feel about it, where lots of people have cameos. Pretty much everyone we’ve met in the previous six issues crops up in this story – not just the core cast, but the likes of Trailbreaker and Pipes and First Aid. And there are lots of callbacks to events, some big, some tiny, that happened in the first five issues.

NICK ROCHE: Seven panels, including two flashbacks, and a skipload of dialogue? You don’t get this value for money every day, darlings. It’s wonderful to see in these recessionary times an effort made to give more content to the discerning reader. But will MTMTE keep you warm at night or feed you? You can definitely use it for swaddling on a park bench, and staples hold massive nutritional value, so yes. But it’s also great that this series (and it’s fair to say, Robots in Disguise) are happy to eschew the once-trendy decompressed method of storytelling. And scenes like this really help sell to the uninitiated that, to the creative teams, the Transformers are characters first and shape-changing toy robots second; this bar chat exists for good reason, and the pay-off will be well worth you sticking around for.

JOSH BURCHAM: Foreshadowing!!! *dun dun dunnnn*

I guess one fun little tid-bit I could add is that for that last panel there; I had a lot of fun color-homaging the Transformers: Animated show, whenever they showed bits of Cybertron. (Love that show!)


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PAGE 5: Magnus finally finds out about the bar and Fort Max “mingles”. The impression here is that things are about to get a little more complicated.

JAMES ROBERTS: Lots of things come to a head this issue, yeah, and Magnus finding the bar is one of them. With Trailbreaker, I wanted to get away from this idea that he’s “Mr. Forcefield” – something I’ve absolutely contributed to, because in Chaos and in MTMTE issue 3, that’s what he did: generate force fields. I like that he has self-esteem issues, and I think he’s the type that, when his inhibitions slip, has quite a few issues he needs to work through. He’s going to keep cropping up; his story’s not over.

NICK ROCHE: What I tried to do here was have Magnus literally be the party pooper, insomuch that you don’t get one clear look at his face. He’s not a character to be identified with in this instance, so keeping him obscured and in shadow distances him from the fun, carefree atmosphere in the bar. He’s a spectre at the feast; a boogieman that hates to boogie. Also, I like to think that he has, secreted away in various body cavities, different-sized restraining devices and handcuffs for the disparate Transformer shapes that exist on board the Lost Light. And that he polishes them every night before bed.

JOSH BURCHAM: Well I, for one, and certainly glad to see Trailbreaker get more page-time! (Even if he is a bit off his rocker here!) Trailbreaker was always a favorite of mine from G1. Kind of an unsung hero who never really got his due (unless he had to, like ya said, throw a forcefield around). Again, it’s fun and interesting to explore that emotional side of these characters!

Transformers Generations: Fall of Cybertron Deluxe Shockwave Video Review

Transformers News: Transformers Generations: Fall of Cybertron Deluxe Shockwave Video Review
Date: Wednesday, June 27th 2012 8:25am CDT
Categories: Game News, Reviews, Toy News
Posted by: El Duque | Credit(s): kyushen

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YouTube user kyushen has uploaded a video review of Transformers Generations: Fall of Cybertron Shockwave. Video embedded below:



Transformers Generations: Fall of Cybertron Deluxe Jazz Video Review

Transformers News: Transformers Generations: Fall of Cybertron Deluxe Jazz Video Review
Date: Tuesday, June 26th 2012 4:46pm CDT
Categories: Game News, Reviews, Toy News
Posted by: El Duque | Credit(s): Caleb797, YouTube user kyushen

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The Transformers Generations: Fall of Cybertron news just keeps coming today! YouTube user kyushen has posted a video review of Jazz. Check out his review below.


Transformers Generations: Fall of Cybertron Deluxe Shockwave In-Hand Images

Transformers News: Transformers Generations: Fall of Cybertron Deluxe Shockwave In-Hand Images
Date: Tuesday, June 26th 2012 4:38pm CDT
Categories: Game News, Toy News
Posted by: El Duque | Credit(s): Fallen Kia

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The Fallen Kia facebook page has shared some in-hand images of Transformers: Fall of Cybertron Shockwave from the upcoming Generations line. The figure is shown in robot mode and with a customized version of Transformers: War for Cybertron Soundwave giving us a good sense of scale. Images mirrored below.


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Fall Of Cybertron Deluxe Class Wave 1 Shipping To US Retailers? Seems So!

Transformers News: Fall Of Cybertron Deluxe Class Wave 1 Shipping To US Retailers? Seems So!
Date: Tuesday, June 26th 2012 12:45pm CDT
Categories: Game News, Store News, Toy News
Posted by: Autobot032 | Credit(s): TFSource

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Although originally scheduled and delayed to be released in August, we received an email today confirming our shipment of Transformers 2012 Generations figures would ship out late this week or early next week! Additionally we were able to increase our order, so we have reopened preorders for the popular 3 piece set of Shockwave, Prime and Jazz, as well as add more factory sealed cases to the listings. Great news if everything goes as scheduled and these figures are released in the US as early as next week instead of August!

Preorders up here:
http://tfsource.com/generations/

Transformers 2012 3 piece set:
http://tfsource.com/products/view/product_id/4378/

Transformers 2012 Factory Sealed case:
http://tfsource.com/products/view/product_id/4377/

Transformers 2012 Jazz:
http://tfsource.com/products/view/product_id/4380/

Transformers 2012 Optimus Prime:
http://tfsource.com/products/view/product_id/4379/


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Curt

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Fall Of Cybertron Deluxe Class Wave 1 Released In Malaysia

Transformers News: Fall Of Cybertron Deluxe Class Wave 1 Released In Malaysia
Date: Tuesday, June 26th 2012 11:03am CDT
Categories: Game News, Sightings, Toy News
Posted by: Autobot032 | Credit(s): Planet Iacon

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This breaking news just in from the Planet Iacon Facebook:

Our member Tcracker sighted these new FOC figures in Malaysia... Let's roll!



As you can see in the picture, this wave consists of:
-Jazz
-Optimus Prime
-Shockwave (who is also the shortpack)

Usually this means the US isn't far behind in release dates. Only time will tell, of course, but let's keep our fingers crossed! If we have new info, including sightings, we'll report it immediately.

Keep your optics tuned to Seibertron.com for the latest in breaking news!

Transformers: Fall of Cybertron Grimlock Advances to MTV Geek! Battle Arena Throwdown Final Four

Transformers News: Transformers: Fall of Cybertron Grimlock Advances to MTV Geek! Battle Arena Throwdown Final Four
Date: Tuesday, June 26th 2012 12:27am CDT
Category: Game News
Posted by: El Duque | Credit(s): MTV Geek

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Transformers: Fall of Cybertron's Grimlock continues to stomp his way through the competition on the MTV Geek! E3 Battle Arena Throwdown. Mario, Pikmin, and Isaac Clark have already bowed to the king. Now only Dovahkiin stands between Grimlock and the finals, where he would face the winner of Agent 47 and 1313 Bounty Hunter ! Click here to vote Grimlock!

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SDCC 2012 Exclusives: Prices Revealed

Transformers News: SDCC 2012 Exclusives: Prices Revealed
Date: Friday, June 22nd 2012 4:34pm CDT
Categories: Cartoon News, Event News, Game News, Toy News
Posted by: El Duque | Credit(s): Idle Hands Blog

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The Idle Hands Blog has revealed the prices for this year's SDCC exclusives, which include:

  • Transformers Prime "Rust in Peace" Cliffjumper - $24.99
  • Transformers: Fall of Cybertron Bruticus Gift Set - $99.99 each
  • Transformers/G.I.Joe Crossover Shockwave H.I.S.S. Tank set - $59.99 each

As usual these exclusives will be available in limited supply through HasbroToyShop.com following the convention.

The Seibertron.com gallery of this year's SDCC Exclusives can be found here.

G.I. JOE H.I.S.S. Tank Vehicle with Shockwave Deco and 3.75" Destro & B.A.T. Special Edition Pack : $59.99 each - Ages: 4 & up - After the extreme popularity of last year’s G.I. JOE and TRANSFORMERS crossover San Diego Comic-Con special edition, Hasbro has done it again! In 2012, the iconic G.I. JOE vehicle, the H.I.S.S. TANK, will get a DECEPTICON SHOCKWAVE make-over, including a G1 SHOCKWAVE blaster attachment. The set comes with a 3.75-inch DESTRO action figure with special edition DECEPTICON deco, a 3.75-inch COBRA B.A.T. figure with special edition CONSTUCTICON deco. The set also comes with several ENERGON cubes on a cart, a briefcase full of money, and a small boom box with 3 cassette tapes- better known to TRANSFORMERS fans as the classic alt-mode of DECEPTICON spy SOUNDWAVE along with RATBAT, LASERBEAK, and RAVAGE. Yo, Joe AND Roll Out!

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Transformers Deluxe Bruticus Combiner : $99.99 each - Ages: 5 & up - The TRANSFORMERS DELUXE BRUTICUS COMBINER SDCC Special Edition set features the fearsome DECEPTICON, BRUTICUS in a special CYBERTRONIAN deco as seen in the eagerly anticipated video game TRANSFORMERS: FALL OF CYBERTRON from Activision. BRUTICUS is formed when all five deluxe scale ‘combiner’ action figures in the set link together. The COMBATICONS characters BLAST OFF, VORTEX, DECEPTICON BRAWL, SWINDLE, and ONSLAUGHT each have three modes: robot, vehicle and a third ‘combiner’ mode to link together. This Special Edition also includes removable packaging resembling a silhouette of the DECEPTICON logo that becomes a display case for the BRUTICUS figure.

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Transformers Prime Terrorcon Cliffjumper : $24.99 - Ages 5 & up -
The DARK ENERGON will be flowing through San Diego this year with the release of this special edition Deluxe scale TERRORCON CLIFFJUMPER figure. Featuring a special “TRANSFORMERS zombie” deco, this figure looks just like he did in the Darkness Rising storyline of Hasbro Studios TRANSFORMERS PRIME animated series. This figure comes with a DARK ENERGON shard and a DARK ENERGON chest attachment in a special edition clam shell packaging designed to look like his head.

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CNN Geek Out!: Dinobots’ Triumphant Return!

Transformers News: CNN Geek Out!: Dinobots’ Triumphant Return!
Date: Friday, June 22nd 2012 4:05pm CDT
Category: Game News
Posted by: El Duque | Credit(s): rodimaltoyota, CNN Geek Out!

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The highly anticipated Transformers: Fall of Cybertron, in particular the Dinobots, have caught the attention of CNN's Geek Out! blog. They examine the "triumphant return" of the ever popular Dinobots, and who better to give some insight into the subject than our own fearless leader and site owner Ryan Yzquierdo (aka Seibertron)! Click here to visit CNN's Geek Out! blog and read the full article.

Transformers: Fall of Cybertron hits retail August 28th!

Ryan Yzquierdo, a self-proclaimed Transformers guru, has been a fan of the “Robots in Disguise” since the cartoon. He runs a website featuring galleries of Transformer toys, most of which (nearly 4,000) he currently owns. He says it was hard not to be a fan of the Dinobots.

“If you were a fan in the '80s, you knew who Grimlock was,” he said. “He is every bit of a character as some of the frontrunners like Optimus, Megatron, Starscream or Bumblebee. He’s right there at the top of one of the best Transformers of all time.

“Transforming dinosaurs into bad-ass robots. They’re like the 'Punishers' of the universe. They’re pretty tough guys and they do what they’ve got to get things done."


“I’m really hoping that interest in these characters and making them so key in this game, the younger generation will play this game and I hope they will have the opportunity to make the same connection with these characters and see how awesome they are.”

Featured eBay Items: FOC Survival Kit, Blue Cliffjumper, Ark Pitch, Club + BotCon exclusives + more!

Transformers News: Featured eBay Items: FOC Survival Kit, Blue Cliffjumper, Ark Pitch, Club + BotCon exclusives + more!
Date: Friday, June 22nd 2012 2:12pm CDT
Categories: Auctions, Collector's Club News, Site News, Sponsor News, Toy News
Posted by: Seibertron

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Every few days we'll be bringing you some cool Transformers eBay auctions that are worth taking a look at. If you have eBay Transformers auctions, please post them here in our Carbombya Buy/Sell/Trade forum. We'll take a look there first to see if you've got something cool posted that should be featured on Seibertron.com. Check back in 2 to 3 days for some more featured Transformers items from eBay

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Featured eBay Auction #1
Transformers: The Ark Pitch document by Jim Sorenson & Bill Forster

Check out this item from eBay seller Jim Sorenson (jms98!). You can view all of this seller's items by clicking here.

Jim Sorenson (jms98!) wrote:OK, now, this is an interesting one. When Bill and I were trying to sell the book of Transformers animation models that would eventually become Transformers: The Ark, we created these pitch documents to hand out to editors at IDW and to folks at Hasbro. I stumbled across three, and thought that there might be some interest. These are unique items, part of the process of how a book gets made and sold, and I'd love to see them find their way to good hands. You get one of the three items, they're all identical. I'll be happy to autograph it if you like.


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Featured eBay Auction #2
Osaka Toys Land Show + Super Festival 19 Exclusive: Car Robots Wildride, Mach Alert, and Speedbreaker

This exclusive item was sold at Osaka Toys Land Show + Super Festival 19 in 2000.

Check out this item from eBay seller Jim Sorenson (jms98!). You can view all of this seller's items by clicking here.

Jim Sorenson (jms98!) wrote:This is a pretty cool item: transparent versions of the three car brothers: Wildride / Mach Alert / Speedbreaker. (Known in the US as Prowl, X-Brawn, and Sideburn). These are MIB, box in good shape, never removed from packaging.


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Featured eBay Auction #3
Botcon 2007 Box set MIB - Bugbite, Dreadwing, Thrust, Dirge, Thundercracker

Check out this item from eBay seller Jim Sorenson (jms98!). You can view all of this seller's items by clicking here.

Jim Sorenson (jms98!) wrote:A beautiful set of BotCon 2007 toys, MIB in a smoke-free environment. The missing Seekers from the Classics line: Thrust, Dirge, Thundercracker, with Dreadwing and the Gobot Bugbite thrown in for good measure. Domestic buyers only, please.


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Featured eBay Auction #4
Transformers BotCon 2007 Exclusives Alpha Trion, Springer, Huffer, and attendee exclusive Mirage

Check out this item from eBay seller Jim Sorenson (jms98!). You can view all of this seller's items by clicking here.

Jim Sorenson (jms98!) wrote:All of the loose figures from BotCon 2007! Alpha Trion (who is actually Shattered Glass Alpha Trion... sinister!), Weirdwolf, Springer, Huffer, and the attendee-exclusive Mirage. Kept in a smoke-free home.


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Featured eBay Auction #5
Transformers Fall of Cybertron SURVIVAL KIT Activision High Moon Media Press Kit

Check out this item from eBay seller Seibertron.com's Transformers and more. You can view all of this seller's items by clicking here.

Seibertron.com's Transformers and more wrote:This listing includes the Fall of Cybertron "Survival Kit" lunch pail, "Soundwave" Energy Drink, a chocolate "Energon Bar", "Inside the Apocalypse" foldout card, and a book showcasing "The Art of Fall of Cybertron". This was a gift sent out to various media outlets to hype the upcoming Fall of Cybertron game. This is your chance to get this one-of-a-kind unique item. Please refer to the photographs for additional details about the items included with this listing.


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Featured eBay Auction #6
RUNAMUCK + OVER-RUN Transformer Club Timelines exclusives 100% complete Runabout Includes Statue of Liberty "Humans are Wimps" custom

Check out this item from eBay seller Seibertron.com's Transformers and more. You can view all of this seller's items by clicking here.

Seibertron.com's Transformers and more wrote:This listing includes the following items:

* Transformers Timelines Over-Run (Runabout) with instructions, bio card, and box

* Transformers Club Exclusive Runamuck with instructions, bio card, and foam insert

* Statue of Liberty replica (sold at tourist shops in New York city, retails for $50) with custom "Humans Are Wimps" painted on statue, which homages the Runamuck and Runabout's appearance in Marvel's Transformers #23. Statue is 21" tall, it's heavy (weighs 5 pounds) ... I'm not sure what statue is made of. Includes original box and styrofoam that I received the statue in. This statue was featured in the Runamuck and Over-Run galleries on Seibertron.com.


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Featured eBay Auction #7
GO SHOOTER Transformer G1 Masterforce Headmaster Takara Japan Goshooter+gun+head

Check out this item from eBay seller Seibertron.com's Transformers and more. You can view all of this seller's items by clicking here.

Seibertron.com's Transformers and more wrote:The item in the photographs below is the actual item you will receive. The white parts on the toy, as well as the small Headmaster figure, have yellowed a little bit (which you might be able to fix with an H202 bath). The factory applied stickers are worn and it appears to be missing some stickers. It includes the small Headmaster figure which transforms into the toy's head, the large gun, and both small guns (which attach to the helmet, which is unfortunately missing). Please refer to the detailed photographs for additional details about the item included with this listing.


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Featured eBay Auction #8
DOUBLE PUNCH Transformers Action Master Elite Euro European UK 1991 100% complete

Check out this item from eBay seller Seibertron.com's Transformers and more. You can view all of this seller's items by clicking here.

Seibertron.com's Transformers and more wrote:This item is mint-on-card. It has been removed from the package. Double Punch has some minor paint chips as well as some wear to the toy and minor sticker wear, typical of this particular toy and of a toy of this age. The "arm-flailing"/attack mechanism on his back randomly makes the right arm work. The left arm no longer moves when the button is pushed. A small, barely noticeable polyband was wrapped around the inside of the upper left shoulder joint to increase friction so that the arm can be posed (it used to loosely drop down). These issues are pretty typical of loose specimens of this figure. This item is a very nice display piece as you can see from the pictures below. If you have questions, please let me know. Thanks!


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Featured eBay Auction #9
CYBERTRONIAN OPTIMUS PRIME signed by Aaron Archer Transformers Generations MOSC

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Seibertron.com's Transformers and more wrote:The item in the photographs below is the actual item you will receive. This was a gift provided to Seibertron.com from Activision. At the time of this autograph, Aaron Archer was Hasbro's Director of Global Design and Development for the Transformers brand. Please refer to the photographs for additional details about the item included with this listing.


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Featured eBay Auction #10
Transformers G1 BLUE Cliffjumper from IGA Mexican Release RARE

Here's one you don't see everyday!

Check out this item from eBay seller de-witte-tornado. You can view all of this seller's items by clicking here.

de-witte-tornado wrote:One of the most exclusive MOSC Transformers of my collection is now for sale.
This is the famous Blue Cliffjumper released by IGA in Mexico.
Some of these Mexican releases were located here in Holland.
Why is not known. So the chance to find this one in this condition is unique.
First the bubble:
The bubble is firmly attached to card.
It is super bright.
There is a crack on the right side of the bubble as can be seen in picture 3.
Then the card:
It is super clean.
It is bright....no fading!
No big scratches or something. (I would have shown that with a pic)
It is not completely flat...there is what I call: a little "wave" in the card.

All original stuff, I do not sell or collect reissue or KO stuff,
and I never will cause its all fake in my opinion.


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Featured eBay Auction #11
Tokyo Toy Show BLACK OPTIMUS PRIME Transformer United Takara Tomy IN STOCK USA

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Seibertron.com's Transformers and more wrote:IN STOCK AND READY TO SHIP SUPER FAST!


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Featured eBay Auction #12
Tokyo Toy Show CLEAR OPTIMUS Transformers Prime First Edition IN STOCK FAST SHIP

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Seibertron.com's Transformers and more wrote:IN STOCK AND READY TO SHIP SUPER FAST!


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Transformers Podcast: Twincast / Podcast #123 - Vroom Vroom Vroom
Twincast / Podcast #123:
"Vroom Vroom Vroom"
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Posted: Tuesday, August 18th, 2015