Youtuber Megatron Prime uploaded a new video showing off a studio in the process of creating a spanish dub of the upcoming Robots in Disguise Combiner Force cartoon. This does confirm that part of the series has been created and has been voiced as well, suggesting that the so far unannounced release date should soon be upon us. If you watch the TF screen as well, you can catch a glimpse of Dragstrip. Check out the video below, and stay tuned for the release date!
Via the official Shout! Factory website, we have news of another Transformers: Rescue Bots DVD collection: Rescue Family, featuring five episodes! Check out the synopsis and more detailed information below, other than price ($13.93) and release date (June 20, 2017).
It's A Time For Family…Rescue Family!
The Rescue Bots—Chase, Heatwave, Blades and Boulder—along with their human counterparts, the Burns, are one big happy Rescue Family! Together, they join forces to keep Griffin Rock safe for its citizens. Even if it means going against weird teleportation devices, reality television and magicians! This and more in five fun-filled, action-packed adventures of the Recue Bots!
Run-time 110 min
Episodes Episode Title
1 Transformers Rescue Bots: Road Trip
2 Transformers Rescue Bots: Odd Bot Out
3 Transformers Rescue Bots: Chief Woodrow
4 Transformers Rescue Bots: More Than Meets The Eye
5 Transformers Rescue Bots: Prescott's Bots
Another gallery from this weekend's Toy Fair in New York brings us some mock-ups and miscellaneous items related to both Transformers: Robots in Disguise and Rescue Bots, including plushies, biscuits, Playskool Friends and Baby figures and more. Check out the gallery here, and a small selection below!
The new season and subline of Transformers: Robots in Disguise will be Combiner Force, and already is, as we all well know. What we also have now - after Toy Fair New York - is a better look at the animation models and designs for the Ultra Bee and Menasor combiners, as they'll appear in the show!
The new gallery posted here has the static versions, but we also give you below a re-post of the turnarounds we saw over the weekend, for your enjoyment. Check them out!
If you have not gotten around to watching season 2 it is now available on Netflix.com for your viewing pleasure. There is also a 6 part mini series under the season 3 category. The highlight of this season is the return of some fan favorite characters from Transformers: Prime. But don't worry, we won't spoil a thing. Enjoy!
We ain't finished yet! After the galleries and official images of the products shown and revealed at Toy Fair 2017 in Javits Center, New York City, we now turn to more videos of the Hasbro Transformers section, ranging from The Last Knight to Robots in Disguise, via Rescue Bots and Titans Return!
First up below is a collection of clips introducing the new Combiner Force branch of the show and toyline for Robots in Disguise, along with turnarounds of Menasor and the Autobot combiner we know as Ultra Bee, plus a video look at the whole RID section of the Hasbro stalls - check them out, and browse the galleries again too, here and here!
Directly from the floor at New York Toy Fair 2017, site owner Seibertron is sending us images of the Hasbro display showroom as we prepare the galleries for the site. As revealed in the Investor Presentation and the Hasbro Presentation, we have a look at the new Combiner Force subline of Transformers: Robots in Disguise - including Team Combiners Bruticus, Menasor, Galvatronus and Ultra Bumblebee. Check them out below, and join the discussion in the Energon Pub thread!
Seibertronian Scottyp has let us know that Amazon.com has uploaded a new listing for a Robots in Disguise DVD. The new DVD, titled 'Overloaded and Decepticon Island,' is up for pre-order and will be available May 30 of this year. The DVD's run time is 88 minutes, which means that the 2 part 'Overloaded' and the 2 part 'Decepticon Island' will be the only 4 episodes available. Check out the listing by following the above link, and check out the cover below!
In the latest Hasbro Pulse newsletter, we have an in-depth chat with Hasbro Transformers toy designer Sean Carmine Isabella, talking about two characters part of the cast of animated series Transformers: Robots in Disguise: Starscream and Blurr. The two were added to the aesthetic of the show, while keeping some of their G1 elements (and some of Prime's, in the Decepticon's case) - check out below to find out more!
Epic Redesigns: Retrofitting Starscream & Blur into “Robots In Disguise”
Tapping into the rich history of Transformers lore, famed G1 Decepticon, Starscream, and heroic Autobot, Blur, are getting a Robots In Disguise overhaul. So what exactly went into detailing these classic characters? We went right to the source for the answers—Hasbro Senior Product Designer on Transformers, Sean Carmine Isabella.
About the Designer:
Designing many of his favorite childhood characters, Isabella builds new play experiences for the next generation of thinkers and explorers. Before he worked on heroic robots battling the forces of evil, Sean designed toys for brands such as Littlest Pet Shop, Easy Bake Oven, and FurReal Friends.
So, why Starscream?
“Being an ‘80s kid, the idea of high flying fighter jets always sparked my imagination. No one encapsulated this for the Deceptions better than Starscream. Drawing jets and spaceships is something of a hobby for me so getting the opportunity to work on reimagining a classic character, (and a jet no less!) was a dream come true.”
What elements of the G1 Starscream sculpt inspired this redesign?
“We wanted to hold onto certain iconic design traits to maintain his epic look—such as his chest exhaust design, graphic pattern on his wing, his overall color scheme, and his twin null ray blasters.”
What was your motivation behind Blur’s build?
“Blur’s a fast talking, speed loving Autobot. We wanted his design to evoke the same sense of speed to be true to the core of the character.”
Was there a specific G1 element you focused on keeping or updating?
“We looked at his classic Cybertronian mode that debuted in the 1986 film and reimagined how this vehicle mode would exist in a modern Earth setting.”
The GI connections certainly don’t stop with these bots. Tune in to Transformers: Robots In Disguise to find out if some of your favorites are getting a modern makeover.
Kidscreen Summit (February 13-16, Miami) is an event - by its own definition - "renowned as the kids entertainment industry’s most important annual event. In 2016, the conference welcomed nearly 1,800 attendees from more than 50 countries. Top executives attend Kidscreen Summit to take advantage of the year’s best business networking, and to engage in critical dialogue on issues that affect the industry." With that in mind, we can report that Hasbro Studios will be attending in full force - after NATPE last January - showcasing their current projects, with a focus on Transformers: Robots In Disguise, Transformers: The Last Knight, My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic and My Little Pony: The Movie - but also upcoming projects in those areas, and any further development.
Hasbro delegates attending:
Sue McPoland (Director, Global Consumer Insights – Hasbro Global Brand Licensing & Publishing)
Jackie Fradin (Sr. Director Global Consumer Insights – Hasbro Inc)
Gustavo Gomez (Sales Director LatAm & Iberia – Hasbro Latin America)
Nuno I( Director of Sales, Asia Pacific – Hasbro Studios)
Finn Arnesen (SVP, Global Distribution & Development – Hasbro Studios)
Nina Scales (Vice President, International Distribution – Hasbro Studios)
Sheetal Merchant (Sales Director EMEA – Hasbro Studios)
Natalie Verdugo (Sr Manager, Global Marketing – Hasbro Studios)
Andie Wheatley (Sr Marketing Coordinator – Hasbro Studios)
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