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Hasbro files trademark application for new name

Transformers News: Hasbro files trademark application for new name

Friday, December 18th, 2009 11:56PM CST

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The fine folks across the pond at Transformers @ The Moon have posted an update to the United States Patent and Trademark Office applications for Hasbro Inc.

The latest update is for a new name:

AIRACHNID

No other information on the application is available, but we'll keep you posted on any changes in the filing. Check out the information by clicking here.

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Re: Hasbro files trademark application for new name (1029282)
Posted by UltraPrimal on December 19th, 2009 @ 12:13am CST
Airachnid? So, a flying spider? Possibly a beast triple-changer? Who know?

Edit: Oh, I just frightening thought. Blackarachnia X Airrazor. :P Fembot on fembot action somehow resulting in a freak of nature. :lol:
Re: Hasbro files trademark application for new name (1029298)
Posted by Mkall on December 19th, 2009 @ 1:07am CST
Sounds like an interesting Triplechanger. Possibly a type of monster?
Re: Hasbro files trademark application for new name (1029306)
Posted by gigazarak on December 19th, 2009 @ 2:24am CST
Cool name, it really has Transformer written all over it, that forced, awkward kind of sound, that eventually grows on you. My favorite Transformer name is the unfortunate combination of Wind Charger and Trail Breaker, the one and only WIND BREAKER! http://www.tfu.info/1993/Autobot/Windbreaker/windbreaker.htm (in case you think I'm joking), they had fun with that one!
Re: Hasbro files trademark application for new name (1029329)
Posted by Brakethrough on December 19th, 2009 @ 6:40am CST
Sounds like they're trying to drum up multiple phobias. Up next: Thundersnake and Needlegerm!
Re: Hasbro files trademark application for new name (1029340)
Posted by Samsonator on December 19th, 2009 @ 7:51am CST
Fuzor
Re: Hasbro files trademark application for new name (1029342)
Posted by BATTLEMASTER IIC on December 19th, 2009 @ 8:16am CST
Are we certain that this isn't for GI Joe? I can see this being some kind of vehicle.
Re: Hasbro files trademark application for new name (1029365)
Posted by First-Aid on December 19th, 2009 @ 9:59am CST
UltraPrimal wrote:Airachnid? So, a flying spider? Possibly a beast triple-changer? Who know?

Edit: Oh, I just frightening thought. Blackarachnia X Airrazor. :P Fembot on fembot action somehow resulting in a freak of nature. :lol:


You had me at "fembot on fembot action". 8)
Re: Hasbro files trademark application for new name (1029380)
Posted by Mindmaster on December 19th, 2009 @ 11:22am CST
ok, honestly, I have no idea what this means. I'm guessing their either changing their own name from Hasbro to Airachnid or their checking to see if the nem's available, then put it on a new Transformers figure that's most likely going to be the first ROTF triple changer and it will transform from plane to spider to robot. Whew, that was long... :-?
Re: Hasbro files trademark application for new name (1029393)
Posted by Duke of Luns on December 19th, 2009 @ 12:12pm CST
UltraPrimal wrote:Airachnid? So, a flying spider?


That's what I'm thinking. Or maybe a parachute shoots out from the rear, instead of just your average webline(like Tarantulas). Or maybe some kind of web propulsion system, similar to the Graboids from Tremors 3:

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Re: Hasbro files trademark application for new name (1029419)
Posted by Anonymous. on December 19th, 2009 @ 2:28pm CST
Airachnid Blackarachnia? XD.
Re: Hasbro files trademark application for new name (1030732)
Posted by Zombie Starscream on December 24th, 2009 @ 3:42am CST
A flying spider? What's next, a bouncing bunny? :?
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