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Transformers Collector's Club is now selling Botcon CW Ratchet

Transformers News: Transformers Collector's Club is now selling Botcon CW Ratchet
Date: Friday, September 15th 2017 8:03pm CDT
Categories: Collectables, Collector's Club News
Posted by: WreckerJack | Credit(s): Transformers collector's club

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Our very own Kurthy pointed out to us that Transformers Collector's Club is now selling Botcon Exclusive Combiner Wars Ratchet. This figure is unpainted as you can see in the image below. Please note that the figure does not include stickers but does include accessories. They are available as a limited quantity, so be sure to order if you would like one.

Transformers News: Transformers Collector's Club is now selling Botcon CW Ratchet

Seibertron.com interviews Hasbro's Transformers Brand Team at #HASCON 2017

Transformers News: Seibertron.com interviews Hasbro's Transformers Brand Team at #HASCON 2017
Date: Thursday, September 14th 2017 2:40pm CDT
Categories: Toy News, Event News, Interviews
Posted by: william-james88

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Seibertron.com was able to speak with Ben Montano (Head of the Transformers Brand) and John Warden (Transformers Design Manager) from Hasbro's Transformers brand team at HASCON. Below is a transcript of the interview. The interview was done by our very own Megatronus and it includes Hasbro staff using "CHUG" as an actual term and them speaking of Machinima as a source of inspiration for their continued stories within the brand, among other neat tidbits. A video of this same interview can be found below for the full experiences and line dissection, enjoy!



Megatronus: A few years ago you guys released news of a design bible, or the brand bible I should say, that kind of guides the entire Transformers Universe. And I know you guys have a very long road map, so can you tell us about any changes that have been made in this brand bible recently or any other content in that repository that you are thinking of using for the road map 3 to 5 years out?

Ben: There's things, there's characters designs, there's stories, continuity that we have mapped out in this bible, but it is an ever living document. There are certain constants that will be there; like certain characters, what they stand for and their roles they play as they get introduced into content. But 100%, as we look into the Bumblebee film, there's new additions to that, and twists to that, that will have a ripple effect on the brand and we are fortunate enough to be part of those and those ripples in our continuity. Some of the fun is we give creative license to Machinima and the great writers there and on the new and upcoming Cyberverse series that we want to bring freshness to the story so we want to bring freshness to the story so we create the canon but the canon flexes and constricts when it's needed but the constants are there and John is one of the stewards as we go forward.

John: Yah, trying to align the continuity as much as we can in a natural feeling way has always been a challenge on Transformers going way back even before my tenure on the brand. It's kind of a rolling stone and as new toys come out and as the spotlight shifts, we adjust accordingly. And honestly, the brand does too as it's affected by pop-culture and things in the world.

Ben: And the fans are helping us write this book too, like with the fan polls.

Megatronus: When can we expect the next fan vote and can we expect anything to happen with the runner-ups to those fan-votes like Omega Supreme, Scorponok, Deathsaurus, etc?

John: Oh, absolutely. I mean, as you guys have witnessed with a lot of the previous fan-votes, I think it's an opportunity for us to kind of just get a consensus from the fan community. Honestly, it's too early at this time to speak in any kind of definites, but we reach out to the fan community, it's a great opportunity to gauge the excitement level. Also kind of test out, you know, is Beast Wars becoming more popular? Like when we put Deathsaurus and Star Saber in a fan-poll, for example, it was actually an opportunity for us to understand the depth of exposure that people had to the Japanese Headmaster series. Like, is that too deep or as it turns out a lot of people know about Deathsaurus and are asking about it. So a lot of times I say "stay tuned", but in this case really we've got some things on the horizon that will make fans happy.

Megatronus: So you're saying we can definitely expect another one in the future sometime soon?

John: Yah, I think we can safely say that.

Ben: For sure. When? To be seen. But yah.

John: Can't say which one or ones.

Megatronus: We can't probe too deeply here, we can just give crumbs and hope for more. After you exhaust the nostalgic G1 type gimmicks, I mean we're getting to Pretenders even, how do you see the brand moving forward? Do you think that we will be looking at brand new concepts and new characters, adding them to the fold in the vein of Windblade, or do you think that you might integrate other Transformers continuities like Unicron Trilogy, Animated or RID, into the Generations line?

Ben: Can we say all of the above?

John: No absolutely, all of the above. And, you know, one of the things is too if you think of the CHUG characters and things like that, its possible to go back and do figures of again and again and again. Once you get removed from Combiner Wars, you could hypothetically do Combiners again in a couple of years. It's about how do you bring that innovation and freshness back while not corrupting the original intent or awesomeness of the character in the first place. I think we've really tried our best to take the essence of the what made the characters cool in the first place and add detail, add articulation, and take the spirit of somebody like Skullcruncher or Highbrow, and do the ultimate version of it. I think as we look to the future, there's a lot more that we haven't even thought about, a lot of awesome anniversaries on the horizon and things like that, so I think fans can rest assure that even though the Prime Wars Trilogy is coming to an end, there's lots of awesome stuff on the horizon.

Megatronus: That's good to hear. Speaking of Prime Wars and Power of the Primes, you mentioned Combiners, can you tell us what inspired you guys to come back to the Combiners concept after Titans Return?

John: Honestly, it's you guys, it's fans. It's coming to events like this, we talk to fans, we listen, we read online, and we just have to kind of always be cognizant of what people are talking about and thinking about. We heard loud and clear that fans wanted the Dinobots, and we wanted to take it to the next level and make it a Combiner. We've heard loud and clear that fans want Terrorcons and things like that and there's lots of things that we're listening to and even Pretenders, we heard, Pretends are on the horizon. There's things out there that fans want. We're always listening and kind of being aware of it, and what the future holds we can't really say but know that there's always excitement to kind of bring back things so if fans of Titans Return are like "Oh man, I didn't get my Apeface or somebody that I really wanted" don't feel like it's the end-all-be-all at the end because as stewards of the toy franchise we are able to weave these things in where they make sense.

Megatronus: So I know there are a couple of people very high up at Seibertron.com that are quite obsessed with Pretenders, so I'm glad to see that some of them are here.

John: Oh, really? [Laughs]

Megatronus: In Power of the Primes, you have both combiners and Titan Masters present so those are both very independent stand-alone concepts. So what kind of play patterns are you looking to inspire by having them included in a single line?

John: [Laughs] Well, Ben and I, early on, when we were talking about this thing, it's kind of like the last act at a really awesome rock-and-roll show so you've got like the first band comes on stage they do an awesome job and the second band, maybe a different music style ...

Ben: Maybe acoustic.

John: Yah, and then in that final act, it's both of those guys with an encore, they come on stage together. In Power of the Primes, we've got Primes Masters which are the physical embodiment of the Power of the Primes, some of them deceased, some of them missing in action, but it's the power and essence that they carry. So in a sense, those guys still fit backwards compatible with Titans Return. We also wanted to bring to life all of those great things or tidbits with Combiners. There's lots of cool things that we can still do, that we can still explore, so if you combine those two things together, I think it's a great final act and it's a great final act in our rock show which is the Prime Wars Trilogy.

Ben: Right, I think a lot of what inspired and motivated us too, to be honest with you, was Machinima and their writers there in the storytelling too, when we really started Combiner Wars, it was totally rooted in G1 and G2 kind of lore, it was character first. But as we progressed with this toy line and the stories, we started to introduce new spins, new twists, bring new characters together and stories that hadn't been told and a lot of it for us was "Hey, wait a second, we didn't see this character and that character back in the 80s but there's a story that wasn't told" so we're gonna show that to them in Titans Return or the Power of the Primes series with Machinima. And that for us, it was a creative license and we can do something that didn't happen exactly as it did in 84 through 87. We have a new story universe, we have a new fan community that are going to be engaged in this new idea. So I think that part of it, I don't want to say that the shackles are off, but if we did we looked at it and said we're creating new continuity and extension of continuity. Let's have some fun with it and not be as precious with exactly what may have been celebrated back in the 80s. So that was kind of the fun we had.

John: Absolutely.

Ben: So having writers in the new series expanded our minds and hopefully will blow yours.

John: And honestly, the same can be said with our great partners at Space Ape and all of our other aligned partners across the franchise. And I'll be speaking to this at the Prime Wars Trilogy panel on Sunday. We actually feed off each other when you think about all of the different stories that are happening at the games and the animation and it gives us, like Ben said, a license to try awesome new stuff.

Megatronus: That's great! I am very excited for Power of the Primes. It sounds like you are really excited about Power of the Primes as a highlights reel of kind of the last couple of years, which is awesome to think about in that way, so we've seen two Autobots leaders. Are we gonna see some Decepticon leaders soon in the Powers of the Primes line?

John: Uh ... hmm ... [Rubs chin] Leader class right? unfortunately I can't comment at this time, I don't want to break any hearts or anything.

Megatronus: So, that's fine, we'll ask about a different product. Since we are at HASCON, what's the potential for future crossover products? Because we are in the Transformers booth right now, Marvel's over there, Star Wars is just a skip away, and there's a huge Nerf play center over there. Do you see a lot of potential future crossover products like a new Transformers Nerf gun, a Transformers My Little Pony, something like that?

Ben: We are always looking at that and the Comic-Con Revolution is one step in that direction. There is a really awesome Rubik's Cube mash up we just did which is super cool which I have not ...

Megatronus: Rubik's Cube!?

Ben: Yah, it's like an 8 piece Optimus' head, and I have not yet solved it. It's absolutely insane. So, that one might be obscure, but that's kind of the fun we're having. As long as it's brand right, brand relevant, then we're open to those types of plays. But I would say we have a lot of great stories that we're telling on our own right now, so we'll be pumping out a lot of toys to support those.

Megatronus: That sounds great. Well, I think I have one last question. One of the big reveals of recent days has been Predaking, Titan Class, so ...

John: Sort of. I'm not sure what was that silhouette? I have no idea what that was.

Ben: Well, there was a really cool silhouette.

Megatronus: I've seen some interesting art that would indicate that there might be a large Predaking on the way.

Seibertron: You meant that's not Elita-One?

Ben: It could have been a winged Optimus Prime.

John: Yah, I think it's Winged Optimus Prime.

Megatronus: So that's all we're going to say about that. For now. Okay, so I'll let you guys off the hook. Well, I really appreciate you guys talking to us over at Seibertron.com. We're big fans of the work you do, we look forward to seeing more at the panels this weekend. And HASCON has been amazing!

John: Thank you. I can say one thing about that crazy silhouette. It's big. It's bad. And it's the most awesome thing Hasui and I have worked on since Devastator.

Megatronus: So, since Devastator, so ... so that silhouette is Titan Class, no?

John: No, I can't say that. I'm just saying he's big, he's bad, and uh ...

Ben: Except for those who made it to the Villains panel, any Villain is big and bad, right, especially in the Transformers universe.

[Banter continues ...]

John: Honestly, it's been an honor to have a chance to meet you guys, to talk to you again, and honestly I hope you have fun here at HASCON. We're having a lot of fun. It's crazy!

Ben: Yah, we're psyched and we've seen you guys and a lot of your fans and a lot of past events, whether it's Botcon, and this is special for us, a chance to share this. What I think is really great is that we're having a lot of fun in this conversation and that we can joke about things and what excites me the most is that we can talk about or not talk about things in the future. The fact that we're able to do that is because you guys share the love for our brand, what we're doing, and people keep asking for more. So we want to do this at the next convention and the next HASCON, and so the more everyone can support our brand and property and have fun like this the more we can share in news.

Megatronus: That's amazing. You know. the last BotCon was my first BotCon. So I got to go to the last BotCon, which was great, it was a cool honor to be there. It's an even more interesting journey to see how that's transitioned to this HASCON.

Seibertron: [directed at Hasbro] Are you accidentally inadvertently confirming a HASCON 2018?

Ben: No, I think, like I said, there's a lot of conventions we'll be part of. You'll see us at New York, hopefully I'll be able to drag this fine gentleman there as well.

Megatronus: Coming to my home turf!

John: It's just a train ride away!

Ben: Plenty of conventions to get to hang with you guys at.

Megatronus: We're very much looking forward to it.

John: Awesome.

Megatronus: Thanks so much guys, really appreciate it.

John: Thanks a lot.

Megatronus: John, Ben [shakes hands] Be good, enjoy the rest of HASCON!

John: Same to you.

Megatronus: See you at the panels! Thanks guys! Thanks everyone at Seibertron.com. We'll catch you later!

Transformers Collectors' Club Online Store Final Sales Now Open to Anyone

Transformers News: Transformers Collectors' Club Online Store Final Sales Now Open to Anyone
Date: Friday, August 4th 2017 1:59am CDT
Categories: Toy News, Collector's Club News
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): TFCC

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Fellow Seibertronian kurthy has shared with us the email from the no-longer-official Transformers Collectors' Club, letting us know that their online store is now open to anyone - including those who never had an account with them - and you can grab the final items left if you feel like it.

Read more below, and check out their wares here.

kurthy wrote:"We have now modified the store system so that everyone can now order the former Transformers Collectors' Club items!

If you did not have a membership or you had lapsed many years ago, just put the Toyarama Store Account
in your cart (no charge) and the store will let you establish an account and order. You can find this item under the Membership tab.
You only have to do this once.

Our current sale ends tomorrow!

Check out these items on sale now at the club store!

2006 Cheetor
2015 Assembled Class Figure
2014 Assembled Class Figure
FSS 4.0 Bonus Bluestreak
FSS 2.0 Bonus Eject
FSS 2.0 Fisitron
2013 Mirage/Thundercracker set
2013 Electron/Sandstorm set
2006 Unassembled/Unpainted Class Kit
2007 Unassembled/Unpainted Class Kit
2008 Unassembled/Unpainted Class Kit
2009 Unassembled/Unpainted Class Kit
2010 Unassembled/Unpainted Class Kit
2011 Unassembled/Unpainted Class Kit
2012 Unassembled/Unpainted Class Kit
2009 Leozack
2010 Convention Bonus Slicer
2011 Convention Bonus Fisitron
2012 Convention Bonus Spraxus
2015 BotCon Kre-o Earth’s Most Wanted 6pack
2015 Lio Convoy
2013 Machine Wars Boxed set
2013 Assembled Class Figure
2016 BotCon Rubber Duckie w/IDW Comic
2016 Skywarp
2014 Trans-mutate
2015 Diaclone
2015 Nova Prime
2014 Kre-o Set 6pk
2015 Cybertron Most Wanted Boxed Set
2016 Ramjet
2013 Carded Unsigned Depthcharge
2015 Waruders
2016 Return of Blurr Storybook


Thanks!

Brian"

New Images of Concepts and Customized Figures from Fun Pub at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts and Customized Figures from Fun Pub at Pete's Robot Convention 2017
Date: Thursday, July 27th 2017 11:25am CDT
Categories: Event News, Collector's Club News
Posted by: william-james88 | Credit(s): Unicron.com

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Fellow Seibertronian Sabrblade has a long account fo Pete's Robot Convetion where he saw many customs representing Club figures which might have happened. We already saw many previous proposals in this post but here are several more, including what would have been the boxset for this year were there a Botcon. We picked out snippets, especially what wasnt shown before and included that here for you to see. Below you will find Sabreblade's description of what he saw followed by photos of the display and renders. This was originally posted on Unicron.com.

Sabrblade wrote:The crown jewel of the dealer room, however, was unanimously the room's corner display, watched over by Shawn D. Tessmann (longtime host of the BotCon customization classes), at which were many rare and never-before-seen-in-person pieces of Transformers history, such as several unreleased Generation 2 toys, production materials from G1/G2/Beast Wars/Beast Machines, non-final factory samples of past BotCon/TCC exclusives compared with their final versions, and a particular art piece dated back to 1996 that absolutely no one, not even the convention runners, could figure out what it was supposed to be: It was concept art for some kind of feminine-looking blue and yellow robot with a jet-like altmode, whose crystalline design looked like something out of Transtech, but the 1996 date nixes that theory.

The unreleased Generation 2 toys on display were loose samples of the five Protectobots, loose samples of the five Stunticons, both a loose sample and a MOSC sample of Combat Hero Megatron (a gray redeco of the purple Hero Megatron), MOSC samples of the Laser Cycles Soundwave and Jazz, and loose samples of the six unreleased G2 Go-Bots (plus all the redecos of the four who did later see release in the 2001 Robots in Disguise toyline). Also on display were cardbacks for the G2 Laser Rods, two different cardbacks of Action Master Treadshot, a cardback for Action Master Jazz, an unpainted prototype of G1 Sixshot, a MOSC Beast Wars Torca, a non-transforming hardcopy of Torca, a boxed Beast Wars Neo Elphaorpha, early packaging designs for the Beast Machines toyline, and even the original Beast Wars catalog versions of orange Tarantulas, blue-green Waspinator, and alternately-colored Grizzly-1/Barbearian figures (along with a MISB Polar Claw). In addition to these were also concept art for Beast Machines Rattrap, Night Viper, and Mirage, an original cardback sample for orange Beast Wars Tigatron, a large rendition of Beast Wars Torca's card art, concept designs for Transtech Starscream, two preproduction cardback samples (one Maximal style and one Predacon style) for Beast Wars Jetstorm that named him "Dragonfire", and undeveloped G1 Micromaster concept art.


And now we come to the BIGGEST deal of the display case: The unproduced BotCon 2017 boxed set figures, attendee figure, souvenirs, and custom class figure, as well as three other concepts that served as backup alternative options for the proposed exclusives, and finally the remaining unproduced Transformers/G.I. Joe crossover "Only Human" figures. All of these were customized by Shawn D. Tessmann himself.

The BotCon 2017 boxed set, titled "Action on Hydrus Four", was to have been an Action Master-themed set of Titans Return molds all done up as new Headmaster-gimmicked Action Master characters:
1 - Actionmaster Optimus Prime (redeco of Voyager class Optimus Prime's body) with Optimus Prime (redeco of Titan Master Infinitus), Rad (redeco of Titan Master Diac), and Lionizer (redeco of Sawback's Titan Master Vehicle lion)
2 - Actionmaster Skyfall (redeco of Deluxe Highbrow's body) with Skyfall (redeco of Titan Master Apeface)
3 - Actionmaster Sprocket (redeco of Deluxe Triggerhappy's body) with Sprocket (redeco of the Japanese Transformers: Legends Weirdwolf's Headmaster) and Attack Cruiser (redeco of Brawn's Titan Master Vehicle jeep)
4 - Actionmaster Megatron (redeco of Leader Six Shot's body) with Megatron (redeco of Titan Master Nucleon) and Devastator (redeco of Titan Master Repugnus)
5 - Actionmaster Gutcruncher (redeco of Voyager Megatron's body) with Gutcruncher (retool of Titan Master Doomshot/Hazard with a new face) and Scout Tank (redeco of Terri-Bull's Titan Master Vehicle tank)

The attendee figure for BotCon 2017 was to have been Dion (redeco of Deluxe Sergeant Kup's body) with Magnum (redeco of Titan Master Hyperfire).

The souvenirs would have continued the use of Titans Return molds, but as legacy characters from several past series, rather than just Action Masters:
1 - Doubledealer (redeco of Deluxe Hardhead's body) with Knok (redeco of Titan Master Nightbeat) and Skar (a significant retool of Titan Master Sawback with new bat wings, new bat feet, and a brand new face)
2 - BotCon Heritage Onyx Primal (redeco of Deluxe Mindwipe's body) with Nightwatch (redeco of Titan Master Infinitus) and swords from TF: Prime Deluxe Wheeljack/Dead End.
3 - Unicron Trilogy Anniversary Armada Hot Shot (redeco of Deluxe Chromedome's body) with Alexis Thi Dang (retool of Titan Master Stylor with a new face, the one on display was just Universe Hot Shot's face glued onto the Titan Master) and Jolt (redeco of Generations Legends class Targetmaster Blazemaster)
4 - Unicron Trilogy Anniversary Energon Megatron (redeco of Leader Sky Shadow's body) with Leader-1 (redeco of Titan Master Ptero but with Ominus's face) and sword from Construct-Bots Megatron
5 - Troop Builder souvenir set: Cassettron Rosanna (redeco of Legends class Rewind), Cassettron Decepticon Enemy (redeco of Legends class Rumble) and Cassettron Flipsides (redeco of Legends class Rewind)

One more souvenir set would have been a successor to the Kreon packs, a pack of six Titan Masters done up as Pretenders.

1 - Pretender Starscream (redeco of Titan Master Crashbash)
2 - Pretender Jazz (redeco of Titan Master Xort)
3 - Pretender Bumblebee (redeco of Titan Master Firedrive)
4 - Pretender Crossblades (redeco of titan Master Diac)
5 - Pretender Metalhawk (redeco of Titan Master Revolver)
6 - Pretender Vroom (redeco of Titan Master Grax)

The 2017 customization class figure was to have been Actionmaster Rumbler (redeco of Deluxe Triggerhappy's body) with Rumbler (redeco of the Japanese Transformers: Legends Weirdwolf's Headmaster, just like Sprocket) and the B² Attack Team (two redecos of the Arms Micron B.H., the wrecking ball one that came with Japanese Prime Bulkhead).

The three Other Concepts likewise made use of Titans Returns molds as legacy characters:
1 - Armada Jetfire (redeco of Voyager Sentinel Prime/Astrotrain's body) with Comettor (redeco of Titan Master Apeface)
2 - Devcon (redeco of Deluxe Brainstorm's body) with Slizardo (redeco of Titan Master Hyperfire)
3 - Turbomaster (redeco of Deluxe Highbrow's body) with Take Off (redeco of Titan Master Blowpipe)

Finally, the remaining Transformers/G.I. Joe "Only Human" figures would have been:
1 - Only Human Autobot Springer with Newtronium Munitions Case that converts into artillery platform
2 - Only Human Ultra Magnus with Missile Stack & Jack Armor (LOL!)
3 - Only Human Victor Drath


Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Transformers News: New Images of Concepts from Fun Pub and Customized Figures at Pete's Robot Convention 2017

Jim Sorenson to Attend TFNation 2017

Transformers News: Jim Sorenson to Attend TFNation 2017
Date: Sunday, June 25th 2017 8:06pm CDT
Categories: Event News, People News
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): TFNation

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Another guest update from TFNation 2017, as they gear up to start revealing the whole programme for August's event in Birmingham, UK. The archivist of the Transformers world - official and not: Jim Sorenson! Check out more info below.

Transmission Initiated
Transmission ID: 00021
TFNation_2017
Operation: Code Breaker

Whilst we begin announcing events and panels for this year’s TFNation, it’s important to note we still have a couple of guests to announce, including an individual whose support and commitment to UK Transformers fans has seen him become an invaluable ally of Team TFNation… ladies and gentlemen, Mr Jim Sorenson!

Jim has a passion for researching the details behind the various shows, movies and comics of the franchise. He came to fans' attention when he deciphered the Maximal and Predacon languages used in the TV series Beast Wars. Eventually, he began to share his vast knowledge with fans online, through his blog Disciples of Boltax.

Jim's interest in collecting and researching turned into a career with 2007’s Transformers: The Ark, a collection of over 500 G1 animation models, published alongside collaborator and friend Bill Forster. A year later, the pair were back with a sequel, this time showcasing character models from the Japanese Generation 1 animated series.

Since then, Jim has released numerous publications on the franchise, all snapped up by eager fans. The Allspark Almanac (volumes 1,2 and combined printing) are considered a treasure trove for fans of the series, over-flowing with easter eggs and hidden references, while subsequent works on Transformers: Prime and GI Joe rewards fans of those series. In recent years, Transformers: Legacy made G1 fans rejoice with its painstakingly researched prints of (almost) all the original Transformer G1 box. Recently, Jim produced The Art of The Angry Birds Movie, tying into their Hollywood debut.

Jim has continued to contribute to the TF community in many ways, including the "Ask Vector Prime" for the BotCon magazines as well as his TFNation 2016 work, which included the script reading, giving the audience a few suprises during the show.

We are aware that Jim is working on a project involving the TF Universe, but are unable to go into any further detail at present… fingers crossed Jim will be able to unveil the project at our August convention.

Jim will also be signing autographs, chatting with fans and considering his Billy cosplay at TFNation - Friday 11th until Sunday 13th August 2017 at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole Hotel at TFNation - we look forward to seeing you there.

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The Botcon Toys That Never Were: TFSS 6.0, Botcon 2011 Cancelled Ideas

Transformers News: The Botcon Toys That Never Were: TFSS 6.0, Botcon 2011 Cancelled Ideas
Date: Saturday, June 24th 2017 9:03pm CDT
Categories: Toy News, Event News, Collector's Club News
Posted by: D-Maximus_Prime | Credit(s): Pete's Robot Convention

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Thanks to Pete's Robot Convention, we have many new images of the Botcon 2011 sets that never were, along with the TFSS 6.0 that never was! These many images show the process of making new Botcon toys and how there were many ideas that made it to the drawing board but never made it to the convention themselves. The images also show us what could have been the TFSS 6.0 set, among with was Override, Senator Ratbat, Shattered Glass Rodimus Prime, General Tankor, Thrust, and Jetstorm! Check out all the images below.

Transformers News: The Botcon Toys That Never Were: TFSS 6.0, Botcon 2011 Cancelled Ideas

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Reveal and Competition of Proposed Botcon 2017 exclusive Skyfall and four other figures

Transformers News: Reveal and Competition of Proposed Botcon 2017 exclusive Skyfall and four other figures
Date: Monday, March 27th 2017 5:01pm CDT
Categories: Toy News, Press Releases, Collectables
Posted by: Kurona

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Thanks to the convention's own twitter, we have confirmation that the upcoming Pete's Robot Convention this summer will not only show the proposed toys for a Botcon 2017 - one that unfortunately will never happen - but will also give away what would have been the 5-piece set as a possible prize to anyone who pre-registers the convention, which you can do on their website - just make sure to do it by April 15th!

While the identities of the four other figures in the set are unknown - though four Sixshot silhouettes loom suspiciously in the background - the Twitter account has revealed the first figure to be Skyfall; the Action Master who achieved some infamy among the fandom through an IDW prose story! Made from the Titans Return Highbrow mold and using the Titan Master Apeface, he is a very faithful re-creation of his original toy's colour scheme.

In addition to this extremely illustrious prize, we are also told that there will be a panel featuring the creative team behind many Botcon exclusive toys over the years, not to mention a look at some of the many unused concepts during their time on the job. Take a look at the image posted to the convention's Twitter, be sure to visit their website, and tell us what you think of all this in the forums!

Transformers News: Reveal and Competition of Proposed Botcon 2017 exclusive Skyfall and four other figures

Galleries and video from Transformers: The Last Knight Super Fan Event

Transformers News: Galleries and video from Transformers: The Last Knight Super Fan Event
Date: Thursday, March 23rd 2017 10:56pm CDT
Categories: Site News, Live Action Movie News, Event News, Digital Media News
Posted by: Seibertron

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Earlier this week, Paramount treated a small group of die-hard Transformers and Michael Bay fans to a special Transformers The Last Knight Super Fan Event. The day began at Universal Studios, continued on to the Paramount Lot in Hollywood, proceeded to Bay Films in Santa Monica where we hung out with Michael Bay for about 90 minutes, and the day ended at the IMAX Headquarters in Los Angeles where Bay showed us an additional 25 minutes of various footage from the upcoming Last Knight film. The images below are a small sampling of our galleries from this exciting day. Each image links to a larger gallery. Special thank you to Michael Bay and Paramount for putting together an amazing experience for those of us in attendance. Without further ado, check out the full galleries by clicking on the images below.


Transformers The Ride - 3D at Universal Studios Hollywood

Our day began by heading over to Universal Studios Hollywood to check out Transformers The Ride - 3D. It was fun to once again go on this ride, which is a lot of fun if you haven't had a chance to do it yet. You can view our full coverage of Transformers The Ride - 3D from past events here on Seibertron.com at Universal Hollywood, the red carpet event at Universal Orlando, or the special BotCon Fan Experience Event.

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Transformers News: Galleries and video from Transformers: The Last Knight Super Fan Event
Transformers News: Galleries and video from Transformers: The Last Knight Super Fan Event


Paramount Lot Tour

Next on our agenda, we were treated to a special Paramount Lot Tour complete with cameos by Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, and Dr. Phil! We even got to check out the Technicolor sound stage where they were working on the audio for several scenes from Transformers The Last Knight, though unfortunately we weren't allowed to take pictures during that part of our tour.

Transformers News: Galleries and video from Transformers: The Last Knight Super Fan Event
Transformers News: Galleries and video from Transformers: The Last Knight Super Fan Event
Transformers News: Galleries and video from Transformers: The Last Knight Super Fan Event
Transformers News: Galleries and video from Transformers: The Last Knight Super Fan Event
Transformers News: Galleries and video from Transformers: The Last Knight Super Fan Event
Transformers News: Galleries and video from Transformers: The Last Knight Super Fan Event
Transformers News: Galleries and video from Transformers: The Last Knight Super Fan Event
Transformers News: Galleries and video from Transformers: The Last Knight Super Fan Event
Transformers News: Galleries and video from Transformers: The Last Knight Super Fan Event
Transformers News: Galleries and video from Transformers: The Last Knight Super Fan Event


Transformers vehicles from The Last Knight

Some of the "real" stars of the Transformers The Last Knight film were present at Paramount today including Optimus Prime (Western Star 5700 XE), Bumblebee (Chevrolet Camaro), Crosshairs (Chevrolet Corvette C7 Stingray), Drift (Mercedes-AMG GT R), Barricade (Ford Mustang police car), and Mohawk (Confederate Motorcycle). Unfortunately, Megatron and Hound weren't available. Images from last year's set visit in Detroit with additional vehicles can be seen here or you can view the ones on Paramount's lot here. In addition to the galleries below, we also have a video available on our YouTube channel.



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Transformers News: Galleries and video from Transformers: The Last Knight Super Fan Event
Transformers News: Galleries and video from Transformers: The Last Knight Super Fan Event
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Transformers News: Galleries and video from Transformers: The Last Knight Super Fan Event


Bay Films and IMAX HQ visit

Paramount surprised us further by taking us over to Bay Films in Santa Monica, CA, where Transformers Director Michael Bay visited with our group for the next 90 minutes, showing us things he was working on currently with The Last Knight. After dinner, we all headed over to IMAX Headquarters a few blocks away where Michael Bay showed us approximately 25 minutes of promotional footage that will be shown at Cinema Con. We had photos opps with him, a couple of beverages, and enjoyed our time visiting with him and the folks from Paramount and IMAX. Amazing experience! More on my thoughts about the footage at a later date.

Transformers News: Galleries and video from Transformers: The Last Knight Super Fan Event
Transformers News: Galleries and video from Transformers: The Last Knight Super Fan Event
Transformers News: Galleries and video from Transformers: The Last Knight Super Fan Event
Transformers News: Galleries and video from Transformers: The Last Knight Super Fan Event
Transformers News: Galleries and video from Transformers: The Last Knight Super Fan Event
Transformers News: Galleries and video from Transformers: The Last Knight Super Fan Event
Transformers News: Galleries and video from Transformers: The Last Knight Super Fan Event


Movie star handprints at Grauman's Chinese Theatre

This gallery includes a random sampling of the signatures, handprints, and footprints of various movie stars outside of the famous Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, CA. I tried to keep the gallery to ones I thought some of you might enjoy seeing (and then the ones my Mom requested)!

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Transformers News: Galleries and video from Transformers: The Last Knight Super Fan Event
Transformers News: Galleries and video from Transformers: The Last Knight Super Fan Event
Transformers News: Galleries and video from Transformers: The Last Knight Super Fan Event
Transformers News: Galleries and video from Transformers: The Last Knight Super Fan Event

Twincast / Podcast Episode #169 "Worst Giveaway Ever"

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #169 "Worst Giveaway Ever"
Date: Tuesday, March 21st 2017 8:31pm CDT
Categories: Site News, Digital Media News, Podcast
Posted by: ScottyP

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Welcome to the Seibertron.com Twincast / Podcast Episode #169 - "Worst Giveaway Ever". Join host ScottyP, all alone with Razorclaw0000, in the wilds of North Carolina as the team prepares for - and winds down from - NC Comicon 2017.

Episode #169 "Worst Giveaway Ever" is available directly and in our RSS Feed, and should appear on iTunes and Stitcher Radio within 24 to 48 hours of when you see this news post.

This short show starts off with some silliness as we open two full of cases of vintage Transformers Armada trading cards by Fleer as we attempt to complete Scotty's set and get Bob hooked on some true collecting insanity. The experience prompts us to offer the "worst giveaway ever" - you could win a complete stack of Energon Scorponok teaser cards from the Armada line by guessing how many we have. Closest winner without going over will win the entire stack! Open to US residents only - complete rules available in the show!

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #169 "Worst Giveaway Ever"
You could win a whole lot of me!


After that, we chill out and reflect on NC Comicon, including our interviews with John Barber, David Hedgecock, and Chris Ryall, the panels, exclusive covers, and show in general.

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #169 "Worst Giveaway Ever"
The cover of the comic of the adaptation of the movie of the comic


Was this convention an experience that's enough to satisfy Transformers crazed veterans of several Botcons past? In many ways yes, even without the laser focus on our favorite Robots in Disguise. Tune in to hear our thoughts on how this convention stacks up and whether or not you'll want to look into checking it out in years to come.

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #169 "Worst Giveaway Ever"
Cheap Pop!


Finally, we close out with some small bragging rights from the show. We hope you enjoyed the insanity, and stick around for Episode #170 - and the discussion with the folks at IDW.

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #169 "Worst Giveaway Ever"
Just enough to drive the completionist insane!


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Pete's Robot Convention - June 23-24, 2017

Transformers News: Pete's Robot Convention - June 23-24, 2017
Date: Wednesday, March 1st 2017 12:10pm CST
Category: Event News
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): Pete Robot Con

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One of the minds behind BotCon has decided to put his efforts into creating a new fan-run Transformers event, and this summer sees the first iteration of Pete's Robot Convention! More information can be found in the press release below, but already attending are the likes of Robby Musso, Alex Milne, Josh Perez and Dan Khanna, plus retailers and vendors. Check it out!

The Summer Robot Convention lives on with Pete’s Robot Convention this June 23-24, 2017 at the Cincinnati Marriott at RiverCenter!

Cincinnati, OH –Dating back to 1994, the Summer Robot Convention has been a time-honored tradition for fans of all ages and we are thrilled to have the opportunity to keep that tradition going. Pete's Robot Convention makes its inaugural launch this year, taking the Robot Convention concept back to its roots with a renewed focus on the vendors and the thousands of amazing robot toys they will have for sale, while also providing a great venue for fans to come together and make it the social event that we've all come to enjoy. And like we said, there will be thousands of robot toys for sale! 
We are offering Pre-Registration for anyone who wants to take part in both the Friday evening activities as well as the Saturday show. Click the Pre-Registration link today to sign up for only $59.75! Check out everything you get for this low attending price! We will also be offering at-the-door admission. Teens and Adults are $10. Kids 12 and under are FREE!
The Transformers, Gobots, Voltron, Robotech, Exo-Squad, Power Rangers, Z-Bots, Commandrons, TriBots, and classic characters from across the last 50 years… Fans of all these great properties and so many more are all welcome at Pete's Robot Convention!
Please visit PetesRoboCon.com for all the details and additional info. We look forward to seeing you this summer at Pete’s Robot Convention!

About Pete’s Robot Convention
The organizers behind Pete’s Robot Convention have been a part of the Transformers and general sci-fi genre for over 30 years. Co-organizer Pete Sinclair was part of the former Official Transformers Collectors’ Convention BotCon in various capacities since its inception in 1994, with his last role being that of a Senior Marketing Manager for licensee Fun Publications, tasked with the marketing of both BotCon and the Official G.I Joe Collectors’ Convention GIJoeCon, the former Official Transformers Collectors’ Club and the Official G.I. Joe Collectors’ Club, developing exclusive product and fiction for each. © 2017 Pete’s Robot Convention. All right reserved.


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