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Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots?

Transformers News: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots?

Sunday, September 22nd, 2013 2:54PM CDT

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Courtesy of Flickr user cmraseye we have a couple of shots showing off two items on set: a clapper board and (possibly) Bay's laptop. What's so special about these two items? The board has some robot CGI art on it, and the laptop appears to show some images which may or may not be a Dinobot. The images are not particularly clear, but we have been able to enlarge and magnify them - so feel free to speculate in the Energon Pub: Dinobots, yay or nay?

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Credit(s): cmraseye
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Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519335)
Posted by Mindmaster on September 22nd, 2013 @ 3:30pm CDT
Jesus, even with my glasses on, I can't see crap, looking at the laptop image. >:oP
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519338)
Posted by Ironhide/Starscream on September 22nd, 2013 @ 3:41pm CDT
The Clapboard Robot has to be a dinobot, it has claws on its shoulders.

Now the more important question is, which one?
Cant be Grimlock cause it isnt buff.
Could be Swoop, Slug (Slag), or maybe Snarl.
I imagine Sludge being a little more buffer so it probably couldnt be him but who knows, We are dealing with Bay. He could make a Small Grimlock and Huge Bumblebee for all we know :lol:
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519339)
Posted by Ironhide/Starscream on September 22nd, 2013 @ 3:42pm CDT
The Clapboard Robot has to be a dinobot, it has claws on its shoulders.

Now the more important question is, which one?
Cant be Grimlock cause it isnt buff.
Could be Swoop, Slug (Slag), or maybe Snarl.
I imagine Sludge being a little more buffer so it probably couldnt be him but who knows, We are dealing with Bay. He could make a Small Grimlock and Huge Bumblebee for all we know :lol:
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519342)
Posted by Sabrblade on September 22nd, 2013 @ 3:45pm CDT
They each look too vague and nondescript to really make heads or tails of either.

Though, here's a general question for you guys about the Movieverse Dinobots:

How nuts do you guys think the fandom would react if the movie versions of the Dinobots were changed into being different but still somewhat similar types of dinosaurs from what they usually are?

Like, suppose they were to change Grimlock into a Carnotauraus instead of a T-Rex, Sludge into a Brachiosaurus instead of a "Brontosaurus", Slag/Slug into a Styracosaurus instead of a Triceratops, Snarl into a Kentrosaurus instead of a Stegosaurus, and Swoop into a Rhamphorhynchus instead of a Pteranodon.

The reasoning behind such changes would be the common answer for typical Movieverse changes: "We wanted to try something different, while keeping true to the spirit of what came before, and we felt that what we did was both workable and just plain cool." ;)

Would such changes result in more outrage, or would the new altmodes be considered still close enough to what came before in the fans' eyes?
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519344)
Posted by Mindmaster on September 22nd, 2013 @ 3:49pm CDT
Looking at them all (especially the Carnotaurus), I wouldn't mind one bit. But, I will say that I prefer the Pteranodon over the Rhamphorhynchus.
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519345)
Posted by KirbyForce1 on September 22nd, 2013 @ 3:55pm CDT
GUYS GUYS, PLEASE READ THIS!

You know ages ago when we saw pictures of a Beast Hunters 2-pack with repaints of Voyager Optimus and Predaking? Well it's shown up on the Toys R Us UK website: http://www.toysrus.co.uk/Toys-R-Us/Toys/Action-Figures-and-Playsets/Transformers-Beast-Hunter-2-Pack-Voyager(0105913)?searchPosition=23
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519346)
Posted by Mindmaster on September 22nd, 2013 @ 3:57pm CDT
KirbyForce1 wrote:GUYS GUYS, PLEASE READ THIS!

You know ages ago when we saw pictures of a Beast Hunters 2-pack with repaints of Voyager Optimus and Predaking? Well it's shown up on the Toys R Us UK website: http://www.toysrus.co.uk/Toys-R-Us/Toys/Action-Figures-and-Playsets/Transformers-Beast-Hunter-2-Pack-Voyager(0105913)?searchPosition=23


Um, wrong thread to post this in?
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519349)
Posted by Jack Hallows on September 22nd, 2013 @ 4:07pm CDT
as long as there are dinobots in it, i don't give a shit. i've completely separated every transformer universe from the movieverse, save for the characters and their roles.
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519361)
Posted by njb902 on September 22nd, 2013 @ 4:34pm CDT
Wouldn't it be funny if instead of the Dinobots we get Dinobot, and it's just been a mix up of the character/s.
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519363)
Posted by Mindmaster on September 22nd, 2013 @ 4:36pm CDT
njb902 wrote:Wouldn't it be funny if instead of the Dinobots we get Dinobot, and it's just been a mix up of the character/s.


...who is then given the samurai motif that Bay's been going on about (let's pretend it doesn't belong to "Drift" the Bugatti), which (sorta) fits Dinobot's personality.

njb, I think you're on to something. :-?
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519364)
Posted by Jack Hallows on September 22nd, 2013 @ 4:36pm CDT
mass suicide.
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519385)
Posted by Metrosuplex on September 22nd, 2013 @ 5:43pm CDT
Looks a bit atrocious to me. But as Bayverse characters all look like demented Insecticons, I suppose Dinobots should ALSO look like Insecticons (i.e. overly complicated, deep-set faces, with lots of unnecessary moving face parts to convey "life").

The bigger question is WHY PLASTER A DINOBOT ALL OVER A MOVIE CLAPPER???? :HEADHURTS:

Doesn't that just waste money? I mean, do they plan on auctioning this crap??? 8-}

Jack Hallows wrote:as long as there are dinobots in it, i don't give a shit. i've completely separated every transformer universe from the movieverse...


While I understand your point, your opinion represents the lowest of artistic lows. You are lowering the bar to ensure your own satisfaction. :HEADHURTS: Where's the accountability for really bad design choices? It doesn't matter? Why not just watch Ice Age and imagine the dinobots in it, then? #-o Why not close your eyes and say the TF movie is good? (Not directed specifically at you, as a lot of people agree with your point).

While art is subjective, it isn't unreasonable to expect a certain level of polish or accomplishment. And loathe as some may be to it, criticism paves the path to improvement. :-B But if the bulk of you have a "who gives a sh*t?" attitude, then why not make the next TF a romantic comedy? Why not use puppets and high school actors? Seems like there's nothing Bay can do to dissuade you from paying him money to see crap TF designs; crap, American-Pie-wannabe jokes; and completely forgettable plots.

The Bayverse veers from the TF norm, sure, but when you veer THAT far off the road, are you even in the race anymore? :roll: I'm just asking Bay to reel it in a little and get back to TF roots - he's already borrowing heavily from the G1 universe, as it is.

Wait, I forgot - he's said that he's "IMPROVED" the TF universe. So this (and all past movies) represents the greatest accomplishment the TF brand has ever achieved. His comments alone are enough to keep me home this Summer. #-o
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519416)
Posted by 5150 Cruiser on September 22nd, 2013 @ 7:23pm CDT
Take it for what its worth, but Administrator Nelson Of Micheal Bay's Web Site shootfortheedit.com has directly de-bunked the rumor of either the clip board or lap-top image of being a Dinobot. Second post in the thread..

http://www.shootfortheedit.com/forum/sh ... looking-at
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519418)
Posted by Mindmaster on September 22nd, 2013 @ 7:29pm CDT


nelson wrote:
starscream1017 wrote:Sibertron seems to think its Dinobots..
They're wrong on all counts.


Nelson, feisty and dick-ish as always. >:oP
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519419)
Posted by Midnight_Fox on September 22nd, 2013 @ 7:34pm CDT
Is it just me, or does the clapper bot look more like Thundertron than a Dinobot? The shoulder claws are almost an exact match to the ones on his Prime toy and it looks to be blue and white.
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519432)
Posted by fenrir72 on September 22nd, 2013 @ 8:13pm CDT
KirbyForce1 wrote:GUYS GUYS, PLEASE READ THIS!

You know ages ago when we saw pictures of a Beast Hunters 2-pack with repaints of Voyager Optimus and Predaking? Well it's shown up on the Toys R Us UK website: http://www.toysrus.co.uk/Toys-R-Us/Toys/Action-Figures-and-Playsets/Transformers-Beast-Hunter-2-Pack-Voyager(0105913)?searchPosition=23


Is this related to TF4?
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519442)
Posted by Megatron Wolf on September 22nd, 2013 @ 9:09pm CDT
looks like the same crap we've had for the past 3 movies, i guess when he said "we're changing how the bots look" he just ment the alt modes.
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519453)
Posted by Noideaforaname on September 22nd, 2013 @ 10:17pm CDT
Sabrblade wrote:How nuts do you guys think the fandom would react if the movie versions of the Dinobots were changed into being different but still somewhat similar types of dinosaurs from what they usually are?

Like, suppose they were to change Grimlock into a Carnotauraus instead of a T-Rex, Sludge into a Brachiosaurus instead of a "Brontosaurus", Slag/Slug into a Styracosaurus instead of a Triceratops, Snarl into a Kentrosaurus instead of a Stegosaurus, and Swoop into a Rhamphorhynchus instead of a Pteranodon.


Apart from Swoop, I doubt most people would notice a difference beyond them being spikier. I think their dinosaur modes being more scientifically accurate would get more attention, actually. Either way, I think you'd get the typical mix of some hate it, some love it, most are somewhere in between that happens with everything.

Personally, I'd love different dinosaur alts. It'd help make them stand out from the other Dinobot toys... out... there... Wait............
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519456)
Posted by UltraPrimal on September 22nd, 2013 @ 10:32pm CDT
The guy on the plate to me looks like Thundertron with a really stupid looking face. And the image on the laptop looks like the Dinobots(more IDW/Prime-ish, but still movie style) sitting around a poker table.
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519481)
Posted by T-Macksimus on September 23rd, 2013 @ 12:32am CDT
Yeah, this news story is just about as worthless as discussing interior decorating with Stevie Wonder. :BANG_HEAD:

Hover a Magna-doodle over a 12" sub-woofer by about 4 feet and you'll get a better picture than what we have here. C'mon guys, this is stretching things just a bit too far. The only reason I bothered ragging on this is to point out the sheer ridiculousness of it. It's not news, it's not even rumor... it's just plain foolishness on par with watching the mainstream media reporting politics. 8-}
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519498)
Posted by Va'al on September 23rd, 2013 @ 3:34am CDT
T-Macksimus wrote:Yeah, this news story is just about as worthless as discussing interior decorating with Stevie Wonder. :BANG_HEAD:

Hover a Magna-doodle over a 12" sub-woofer by about 4 feet and you'll get a better picture than what we have here. C'mon guys, this is stretching things just a bit too far. The only reason I bothered ragging on this is to point out the sheer ridiculousness of it. It's not news, it's not even rumor... it's just plain foolishness on par with watching the mainstream media reporting politics. 8-}


*Shrugs*

It was reported on other fansites, and we decided to post it here too. The discussion doesn't have to be about agreeing with the news, it's meant to discuss it! :D

If you don't think it's news worthy, fair enough, but at least you took your time to say so.
I personally am quite intrigued by the one on the clapperboard. :-?
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519555)
Posted by Jack Hallows on September 23rd, 2013 @ 11:43am CDT
Metrosuplex wrote:
Jack Hallows wrote:as long as there are dinobots in it, i don't give a shit. i've completely separated every transformer universe from the movieverse...


While I understand your point, your opinion represents the lowest of artistic lows. You are lowering the bar to ensure your own satisfaction. :HEADHURTS: Where's the accountability for really bad design choices? It doesn't matter? Why not just watch Ice Age and imagine the dinobots in it, then? #-o Why not close your eyes and say the TF movie is good? (Not directed specifically at you, as a lot of people agree with your point).

While art is subjective, it isn't unreasonable to expect a certain level of polish or accomplishment. And loathe as some may be to it, criticism paves the path to improvement. :-B But if the bulk of you have a "who gives a sh*t?" attitude, then why not make the next TF a romantic comedy? Why not use puppets and high school actors? Seems like there's nothing Bay can do to dissuade you from paying him money to see crap TF designs; crap, American-Pie-wannabe jokes; and completely forgettable plots.

ey! don't judge my opinion, bro. i respect your stance as an unrelenting conservative; hell, i even agree with you on a lot of your points. but i'm a realist, and what's going to happen in the movies is going to happen in the movies, regardless of how much the diehard fans bitch and moan about it. i look at the movieverse as just another continuity. like marvel uk. dreamwave. idw. animated. prime. shattered glass. armada. cybertron. energon. rescue bots. and whatever the hell else is out there. not one of those series' are exactly the same, and all of em have their pro's and con's. the movieverse is the same way. just in live action.

there are things i hate about the movies; jazz's & ironhide's deaths, wheeljack's total defamation of character, the wreckers being nascar vehicles, autobots being in one movie and inexplicably being omitted from others, ultra magnus' whereabouts when prime died, what they did with the matrix & some other things, but do you think bay gives a damn about how we all feel about his creation? hell no. money talks, and as long as that cash in reelin in, he'll do whatever the hell he wants. and people are going to watch it regardless. it's not like we can get a lynch mob to storm his facilities with picket signs & lit torches demanding he make a g1 accurate movie. so we're left with what we have. and by golly, i'm gonna take it for what it's worth. i love transformers in all their incarnations. and quite frankly, all the transformer films are romantic comedies in a way. just with awesome explosions and some epic fight scenes. (prime goin in on the cons the only way a prime should, right before he dies in rotf comes to mind.)

and it's not a "who gives a shit" attitude i have. i care, i just know better than to care too much. i mean jeez, over half a decade of "less than par" films in transformer fans eyes and people are still expecting more than whats being offered instead of developing even a small sense of appreciation for what's being done with the films is rather dumb in my opinion. we know it's gonna be different and inaccurate, so folks should just enjoy it for what it is and quit complaining. i feel like bay contributed a big part to the reignited spark of the transformers in the 21st century and brought new fans into the fold. and if they want to experience transformers as it really should be experienced, there are comics & shows for all of that and they're easy to find.

point is, everyone's entitled to their own opinion. so don't start a war that'll consume every energy pocket on the planet unless my opinion forces your opinion into servitude. :QUINT:
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519559)
Posted by RhA on September 23rd, 2013 @ 11:54am CDT
Metrosuplex wrote:
While I understand your point, your opinion represents the lowest of artistic lows. You are lowering the bar to ensure your own satisfaction. :HEADHURTS: Where's the accountability for really bad design choices? It doesn't matter?


Allright. I agree. So now please enlighten the plebs on what is an artistic 'high' and an artistic 'low'.

I love closet elitism.
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519563)
Posted by njb902 on September 23rd, 2013 @ 12:10pm CDT
Jack Hallows wrote:
Metrosuplex wrote:
Jack Hallows wrote:as long as there are dinobots in it, i don't give a shit. i've completely separated every transformer universe from the movieverse...


While I understand your point, your opinion represents the lowest of artistic lows. You are lowering the bar to ensure your own satisfaction. :HEADHURTS: Where's the accountability for really bad design choices? It doesn't matter? Why not just watch Ice Age and imagine the dinobots in it, then? #-o Why not close your eyes and say the TF movie is good? (Not directed specifically at you, as a lot of people agree with your point).

While art is subjective, it isn't unreasonable to expect a certain level of polish or accomplishment. And loathe as some may be to it, criticism paves the path to improvement. :-B But if the bulk of you have a "who gives a sh*t?" attitude, then why not make the next TF a romantic comedy? Why not use puppets and high school actors? Seems like there's nothing Bay can do to dissuade you from paying him money to see crap TF designs; crap, American-Pie-wannabe jokes; and completely forgettable plots.

ey! don't judge my opinion, bro. i respect your stance as an unrelenting conservative; hell, i even agree with you on a lot of your points. but i'm a realist, and what's going to happen in the movies is going to happen in the movies, regardless of how much the diehard fans bitch and moan about it. i look at the movieverse as just another continuity. like marvel uk. dreamwave. idw. animated. prime. shattered glass. armada. cybertron. energon. rescue bots. and whatever the hell else is out there. not one of those series' are exactly the same, and all of em have their pro's and con's. the movieverse is the same way. just in live action.

there are things i hate about the movies; jazz's & ironhide's deaths, wheeljack's total defamation of character, the wreckers being nascar vehicles, autobots being in one movie and inexplicably being omitted from others, ultra magnus' whereabouts when prime died, what they did with the matrix & some other things, but do you think bay gives a damn about how we all feel about his creation? hell no. money talks, and as long as that cash in reelin in, he'll do whatever the hell he wants. and people are going to watch it regardless. it's not like we can get a lynch mob to storm his facilities with picket signs & lit torches demanding he make a g1 accurate movie. so we're left with what we have. and by golly, i'm gonna take it for what it's worth. i love transformers in all their incarnations. and quite frankly, all the transformer films are romantic comedies in a way. just with awesome explosions and some epic fight scenes. (prime goin in on the cons the only way a prime should, right before he dies in rotf comes to mind.)

and it's not a "who gives a shit" attitude i have. i care, i just know better than to care too much. i mean jeez, over half a decade of "less than par" films in transformer fans eyes and people are still expecting more than whats being offered instead of developing even a small sense of appreciation for what's being done with the films is rather dumb in my opinion. we know it's gonna be different and inaccurate, so folks should just enjoy it for what it is and quit complaining. i feel like bay contributed a big part to the reignited spark of the transformers in the 21st century and brought new fans into the fold. and if they want to experience transformers as it really should be experienced, there are comics & shows for all of that and they're easy to find.

point is, everyone's entitled to their own opinion. so don't start a war that'll consume every energy pocket on the planet unless my opinion forces your opinion into servitude. :QUINT:


I agree. It's just a movie, you can love it or hate it.
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519572)
Posted by Sabrblade on September 23rd, 2013 @ 1:31pm CDT
Jack Hallows wrote:ultra magnus' whereabouts when prime died,
:???:

Jack Hallows wrote:i love transformers in all their incarnations.
Even these two? ;)
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519581)
Posted by njb902 on September 23rd, 2013 @ 2:17pm CDT
Do the gobots count?
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519583)
Posted by Seibertron on September 23rd, 2013 @ 2:28pm CDT
These images have been removed per Paramount's request. Please DO NOT repost at this time. Thanks!
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519584)
Posted by njb902 on September 23rd, 2013 @ 2:34pm CDT
Seibertron wrote:These images have been removed per Paramount's request. Please DO NOT repost at this time. Thanks!


I wasn't involved with the site for the last 3 films. How common is this?
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519592)
Posted by Jack Hallows on September 23rd, 2013 @ 3:18pm CDT
Sabrblade wrote:
Jack Hallows wrote:
Jack Hallows wrote:i love transformers in all their incarnations.
Even these two? ;)

Lmao. ok, almost all.
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519594)
Posted by Jack Hallows on September 23rd, 2013 @ 3:20pm CDT
njb902 wrote:
Seibertron wrote:These images have been removed per Paramount's request. Please DO NOT repost at this time. Thanks!


I wasn't involved with the site for the last 3 films. How common is this?

that happens more often than not with this site being one of the main sources for transformer related material. we be gettin them spoilers, mang.
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519601)
Posted by Seibertron on September 23rd, 2013 @ 3:57pm CDT
Jack Hallows wrote:
njb902 wrote:
Seibertron wrote:These images have been removed per Paramount's request. Please DO NOT repost at this time. Thanks!


I wasn't involved with the site for the last 3 films. How common is this?

that happens more often than not with this site being one of the main sources for transformer related material. we be gettin them spoilers, mang.


It was fairly common with the last 3 movies when we revealed something that Paramount didn't want revealed yet. It's more common with when they are filming in populated public places than when they are filming in remote locations. More people = more cameras ... I'm sure they have a team that deals with this on a daily basis with all of their different films. I'm sure they also have a list of websites, such as Seibertron.com, that they monitor closely for information like this. It's just the nature of a beast when dealing with a website that caters to over 400,000+ people around the world on a monthly basis. :D
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519603)
Posted by njb902 on September 23rd, 2013 @ 4:07pm CDT
Seibertron wrote:
Jack Hallows wrote:
njb902 wrote:
Seibertron wrote:These images have been removed per Paramount's request. Please DO NOT repost at this time. Thanks!


I wasn't involved with the site for the last 3 films. How common is this?

that happens more often than not with this site being one of the main sources for transformer related material. we be gettin them spoilers, mang.


It was fairly common with the last 3 movies when we revealed something that Paramount didn't want revealed yet. It's more common with when they are filming in populated public places than when they are filming in remote locations. More people = more cameras ... I'm sure they have a team that deals with this on a daily basis with all of their different films. I'm sure they also have a list of websites, such as Seibertron.com, that they monitor closely for information like this. It's just the nature of a beast when dealing with a website that caters to over 400,000+ people around the world on a monthly basis. :D


That's interesting. I can understand them wanting to protect the film as much as they can, but it just seems kinda pointless to close the barn door after the barn burns down.
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519618)
Posted by DeadCaL on September 23rd, 2013 @ 5:26pm CDT
The Dinobots will be unrecognisable. Like the rest of the unrecognisable robots in the film.

Except for Prime. He will look like Prime. All big and Primey.
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519650)
Posted by Midnight_Fox on September 23rd, 2013 @ 10:17pm CDT
Sabrblade wrote:
Jack Hallows wrote:ultra magnus' whereabouts when prime died,
:???:

Jack Hallows wrote:i love transformers in all their incarnations.
Even these two? ;)


Kiss Players is a beautiful and magical thing.
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519658)
Posted by 5150 Cruiser on September 23rd, 2013 @ 11:03pm CDT
Interesting enough, Micheal bay's own web site is still allowing the pics of the clip board and the screen shot of the laptop to be up. :p
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519683)
Posted by Sabrblade on September 24th, 2013 @ 7:14am CDT
njb902 wrote:Do the gobots count?
Well, the ones I linked to should, since they were sold under the label of "Transformers: Go-Bots". But, I wouldn't count the Tonka ones. ;)

Midnight_Fox wrote:Kiss Players is a beautiful and magical thing.
I honestly wouldn't mind a skeevy-less version of it, since it did seem to have an interesting story and concepts.
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519793)
Posted by njb902 on September 24th, 2013 @ 9:08pm CDT
Sabrblade wrote:
njb902 wrote:Do the gobots count?
Well, the ones I linked to should, since they were sold under the label of "Transformers: Go-Bots". But, I wouldn't count the Tonka ones. ;)

Midnight_Fox wrote:Kiss Players is a beautiful and magical thing.
I honestly wouldn't mind a skeevy-less version of it, since it did seem to have an interesting story and concepts.


I'm not sure you can separate the sleeve.
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519858)
Posted by Sabrblade on September 25th, 2013 @ 8:24am CDT
njb902 wrote:I'm not sure you can separate the sleeve.
¿Qué?
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519860)
Posted by njb902 on September 25th, 2013 @ 9:06am CDT
Sabrblade wrote:
njb902 wrote:I'm not sure you can separate the sleeve.
¿Qué?


Lol, my auto correct must have changed skeevy to sleeve.
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1519874)
Posted by Sabrblade on September 25th, 2013 @ 11:00am CDT
njb902 wrote:
Sabrblade wrote:
njb902 wrote:I'm not sure you can separate the sleeve.
¿Qué?


Lol, my auto correct must have changed skeevy to sleeve.
Well, it woud take some redesigns and renamings, but it wouldn't be impossible to tell an Anti-TF EDC story or a multivesal dimension-hopping story in a clean manner.
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1527571)
Posted by warzon3 on November 2nd, 2013 @ 8:54pm CDT
So do you think the movie dinobots will have the traditional silver/red/gold color scheme?
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1529949)
Posted by Red 50 on November 15th, 2013 @ 12:32pm CST
warzon3 wrote:So do you think the movie dinobots will have the traditional silver/red/gold color scheme?


Could be. Just add some rust and worn-down or scratched paint and there you have it. 'Cause I doubt they'll be all shiny and shimmering.

Though I've been wrong before...
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1530027)
Posted by wewyllenium on November 15th, 2013 @ 10:20pm CST
Image

What is this?
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1530031)
Posted by Sabrblade on November 15th, 2013 @ 10:30pm CST
wewyllenium wrote:Image

What is this?
Top-left pic - a cropping of the Leader toy's official stock photography
Right pic - fan art based on the toy
Botton-left pic - ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmm... some pic of Grimlock that's either real or fake :oops:
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1530071)
Posted by Red 50 on November 16th, 2013 @ 7:24am CST
Sabrblade wrote:
wewyllenium wrote:Image

What is this?
Top-left pic - a cropping of the Leader toy's official stock photography
Right pic - fan art based on the toy
Botton-left pic - ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmm... some pic of Grimlock that's either real or fake :oops:


I may come under fire for this, but the dinosaur actually looks pretty decent at this angle. Can't tell about Prime's new look before the official picture's released or something.
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1530290)
Posted by TurboMMaster on November 17th, 2013 @ 2:52am CST
Red 50 wrote:
warzon3 wrote:So do you think the movie dinobots will have the traditional silver/red/gold color scheme?


Could be. Just add some rust and worn-down or scratched paint and there you have it. 'Cause I doubt they'll be all shiny and shimmering.

Though I've been wrong before...
I think that Dinobots should be all rusty, because they suppposed to be reactivated after a long time, and beign keeped as a trophy by Lockdown.
Re: Transformers: Age of Extinction - First Look at Dinobots? (1530466)
Posted by wewyllenium on November 17th, 2013 @ 8:17pm CST
My mistake :D
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