Transformers Collectors' Club has updated it's website with an image of the cover of issue #19 of their Collector's Magazine, giving us our first look at one of the new figures of the upcoming "Transformers Universe" line, a continuation of Transformers Classics, updating classic G1 characters. The new issue will also unveil five of the new wave 1 figures of the Transformers Universe Classics line.
The cover features our first look at the Decepticon Onslaught (based on the Generation 1 Combaticon Onslaught)
See the image on the mainpage of the Transformers Collectors' Club website by clicking here.
Issue 19 of Transformers Collectors' Club Magazine will leave you speechless as we debut not one, not two, but all FIVE of the upcoming Wave 1 Transformers Universe Classics! We decided that we just can't wait until January 25th to show at least one of these awesome figures, so enjoy our New Year's gift to you as we unveil the cover to our best issue yet!
The Transformers Collectors Club is hosting a contest to win a Transformers-Xip3 Jacket. The thing is really cool and is no ordinary jacket, it's a triplechanger! It can be a jacket, backpack or pillow.
"Win a Limited Edition, Individually Numbered, TRANSFORMERS-Xip3 from CoreGear (a.k.a, the coolest jacket EVER!)
Send in your name, mailing address and jacket size through the official contest entry form below, latest by Monday December 31st, midnight, Central Time. Only one entry per person/email address please.
CoreGear's Limited Edition TRANSFORMERS-Xip3 is the world's first triple-function jacket. For more info on the Contest and CoreGear, be sure to Click Here.
The jackets come in UNISEX sizes; Kids' from 6 to 14 and Adults' from Small to Extra Large.
The Official TransFormers Collector's Club has put up a pdf-file on their site containing a recent press release from Hasbro in regards to Transformers ToothTunes. The gimmick of the ToothTune Toothbrush is that music plays while you brush your teeth. According the the release, the Toothtune will be set at a retail price of $9.99.
Seibertron's own waaaaghlord reports the following:
Pete from the TCC has announced on the club boards which direction the club comic is going to take following the current (post Marvel) Classics arc. While I can't quote directly from the club boards Pete has been kind enough to let members report in broad terms what's coming up to the wider community. And Transtech is it.
This will apparently be a different take to the original post Beast Machines concept, since the Universe comics have already covered the post BM era. Since the club comics have been focusing on the club combiner figures and hopping between realities it's fair to assume that this will in fact be a totally new TF continuity within the broader scope of Timelines. The Transtech name is apparently not being used for the project, what name they are going with is not known as yet.
It's been seven years coming but it looks like the TT designs are finally going to get their day in the sun.
Looks like interesting times ahead for Transformers fans, with Botcon adding a twist to next years toys, and now the TCC reviving Transtech in Comic form.
"Hello ________! The TCC Magazine "Design a Cover" contest! REMINDER
Time is running out! You only have 10 days left for your chance to have your talents displayed on the cover of an issue of the Club Magazine AND get an awesome prize to boot. Club Members, if you haven't done so yet, grab your pencils, your camera, photoshop and/or whatever you need and design a cover, something that of course features the Transformers. It can be anything, an original art piece, an awesome battle scene, a picture of your car all tricked out Transformers style....Whatever you want!
We are looking not just for art, but for creativity! So show us what you got and the Grand prize winner will not only see their work featured on the cover but will also receive a complete loose set of the Six Decepticons from this years BotCon: Bugbite, Dirge, Dreadwind, Thrust, Thundercracker and Weirdwolf. First Runner up Prize is a loose bagged Optimus Primal and Cheetor from BotCon 2007's Dawn of Future's Past set. Second Runner up Prize is a loose bagged Deathsaurus from the 2005 Descent into Evil set. Both First and Second Runner up will have their entries displayed on the TCC website.
So, what are you waiting for, get cracking as the deadline for the contest is November 20th. Good Luck!
Official Rules: One entry per person. Must be a current Club Member to be eligible. Prizes are not transferable. Physical entries must be postmarked no later than November 20th and mailed to: Design a Cover contest 851 Pinewell Dr. Cincinnati Ohio 45255. Physical entries will not be returned. All winning entries may be used by the TCC in any future promotions and/or advertisements".
It seems the new issue of Master Collector contains another hint that the Universe Seacon repaints will indeed finally find a home with the Transformers Collector's Club. TFW2005 member Beastbot X received a copy in the mail and says that an image of Piranacon repaint graces the cover of the issue, in his Universe colour scheme - Here's what Beastbot X had to say:
Beastbot X :
I received my latest issue of Master Collector today, and though it's an "off month" (meaning no magazine is inside), on the front cover of the Master Collector is a picture of Universe Pirahnacon, in his exact Universe colors (as far as I can tell-- if there's any changes, they're really, really minor).
So just in case there was any doubt that we were getting the Seacons as a Club Exclusive or that they'd be in their Universe color scheme, there ya go.
The new collector's club magazine (#17) has begun arriving at mailboxes across the country. Here are some highlights:
Cover: Transformers Animated artwork
David Kaye Interview (Animated Optimus Prime voice actor) - includes a few screen shots of Optimus Prime, one of Grimlock and one of an unknown Decepticon.
Eric Seibenaler Interview (One of the head designers of the Animated toy line) - also features several toy images (Optimus, Bumblebee, Prowl, Starscream, Megatron and one other Decepticon with a claw hand that transforms into a car)
The latest Transformers Club Magazine has some news about BotCon 2008. The organizers are targeting Spring for the convention. They are looking at the end of April/start of May. No information on WHERE the show will be held.
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