The latest episode of Transformers Cyberverse has posted to the official Transformers YouTube page. If you've fallen behind on Cyberverse episodes fellow Seibertronians this is a great episode to jump back on. In the first few moments we get to see a nice little scene with the newly announced build-a-figure Maccadam, Autobots and Decepticons trying to get along, and Starscream further losing his grasp on sanity. Can Slipstream get word of Starscream's plans to the Autobots and Decepticons in time? Will the Scraplets devour everything and send us right back to the Allspark? Tune in and find out! Below we've posted the latest episode along with the rest of season 2 posted so far. Enjoy the views and share your thoughts with the Seibertron crew in the forums. And make sure to stay tuned to Seibertron for the ultimate in Transformers news!
Fellow Seibertronians! Yours truly has discovered something worthy of a heavy-metal theme song, and something that may interest a few of our Maximals and Predacons.
Tubi TV, the free show streaming service that has Transformers G1, Beast Machines, and the Unicron Trilogy shows, has now added Transformers: Beast Wars to its roster of shows!.
For those that are unaware, Beast Wars follows the adventures of the Maximals, led by Optimus Primal, as they try to stop the Predacons and their leader, David Kaye Megatron, from starting another Great War.
All 3 seasons are up to watch for free on thier site, making this the perfect opportunity to watch this great show.
Well, what are you waiting for? Go and watch this marvel of a show right now! And as always, keep your receptors tuned for more Seibertron news!
Happy Monday Seibertronians! Posted just today to the official YouTube Transformers channel is a Transformers 35th anniversary montage style commercial. This really doesn't sell anything specific nor does it seek to convert people to one side of the fandom or the other, but anyone who's reading this has that same passion for Transformers we all have. And if you have that 'spark' in your heart then this little video is sure to bring a smile to your Monday. Covering pretty much every version of Transformers that brought all of us and any of us here to this hobby, this is for all of us. Whether you're a G1 fan or an ultra gear Beast Wars fan or fell in love with the live action movies, this year is a time for us all to celebrate. Share your Transformers memories in the forums and as always stay tuned to Seibertron for the ultimate in Transformers news!
Just posted today to the official Transformers YouTube page is the third full episode for season two titled The Visitor. Anyone without access to the Cartoon Network app or website can hopefully watch this new episode now, but, as is with all these episodes access may depend on where you're at.
Here's the rundown from their YouTube page:
"In this episode of 'Transformers Cyberverse: Power of the Spark', one of Wheeljack's inventions wreaks havoc on The Ark as Bee tries to figure out what he saw on the moon."
Enjoy the view and catch up with the rest of the crew who've already watched the episode in the forum. As always stay tuned to Seibertron for the ultimate in Transformers news!
Posted just today to Cartoon Network.com and to the Cartoon Network App are the next two episodes (each in two parts) in the Transformers Cyberverse Season 2 arc Power of the Spark, The Visitor, and Bring Me the Spark of Optimus Prime. Just click HERE to head to Cartoon Network or log onto the app on your mobile devices to start eating up these easily digestible episodes featuring a bevy of cameos to make fans new and old smile. Enjoy the views and share your thoughts in the forums. As always stay tuned to Seibertron for the ultimate in Transformers news!
Here's the word from Hasbro on Unicron: "UNICRON stands alone as the most menacing figure in TRANSFORMERS lore, capable of devouring entire worlds and civilizations. He debuted in the 1986 film Transformers: The Movie and his insatiable appetite nearly brought the entire universe to its knees. But his legacy transcends both space and time.
The gigantic UNICRON would be the largest TRANSFORMERS figure ever created, taking the title from the previous record-holder, FORTRESS MAXIMUS. Artists and designers from Takara Tomy and Hasbro are working to capture the intricate details and features of the relentless Chaos Bringer to make this the most accurate UNICRON fans have ever seen.
In his immense robot mode, this version of UNICRON is over 27” tall and has more than 50 points of articulation. Includes fine pose-ability, such as movable eyes, fingers, mouth, and even teeth. He converts into a terrifying planet mode that is a stunning 30” in diameter. The planet mode features the iconic planet-eating jaws, geared to open so UNICRON can devour unassuming worlds. The planet mode also features a series of posable planetary rings. Comes with a stand for posing both planet & robot mode."
Unicron is on his way to our planet as we speak Seibertronians! Only the combined power of our fandom united can convert this planetary threat into a child sized toy ready to dominate our collections. Till all are one!
If you haven't backed this project yet there's still time but not much - just click HERE to head to Hasbro Pulse and put in your order for Unicron today! If Unicron does not meet the 8,000 backers needed HE WILL NOT BE MADE!
Enjoy the view and as always stay tuned to Seibertron for the ultimate in Transformers news!
This just in from Seibertron himself is a sighting of the new Playschool ginormous sized Rescue Bots Academy Wedge the Construct-bot and Hoist. These were spotted at a Target in Rosemont, Il and are tagged at $14.99 each. These are perfect toys for our younger Transformer fans who are no doubt being groomed by their Transformer fan parents to one day inherit the fandom. Don't forget it's never too early to start a Transformers fan on the right path! Share your thoughts in the forum and happy hunting out there Seibertronians!
Have you ever wished you could talk to one of the writers or actors from the animated world of the Transformers? How about one of the designers for the Transformers toylines? Ever wanted to pick the brain of the writers or artists from the various amazing Transformers comic books? Transformers fans, this marks a big moment in our Fan-chise as creators from Transformers history new and old are taking to Facebook to interact with you the fans! Various Transformers personalities, creators, artists, and actors have signed up with the new Facebook group Transformers: Til All Are One; Where Fans and Talent come together!
Bring your questions, your ideas, your suggestions, your perspectives, they want to hear from you! You are going to go ultra gear and flip your manifolds when you see the creative forces already associated with the page, just read the list below to see how far into the fandom this reaches.
Here's the summary from The Page: "Welcome to Transformers: Til All Are One; Where Fans and Talent come together! We have a lot of talent from the various mediums of the Transformers Franchise here to tell stories, answer questions, and bring the franchise to you. Here are some of the awesome people involved so far:
Flint Dille: G1 Cartoon / Movie producer / writer / story editor
Ron Friedman: Writer Transformers the Movie, he also basically created the GI Joe Animated series as well
Gregg Berger: Voice actor; Grimlock, Skyfire, and more
Paul Eiding: Voice Actor; Perceptor
Garry Chalk: Voice Actor; Beast Wars / Machines Optimus Primal, Optimus Prime (Unicron Trilogy)
David Kaye: Voice Actor: Beast Wars / Machines / Unicron Trilogyty Megatron, Animated Optimus Prime
Livio Ramondelli: IDW Artist
Tyler Bleszinski: IDW Writer: Transformers Galaxies
Neil Ross: Voice Actor; Springer
Samantha Newark: Voice Actress Transformers G1 Ariel / Elise Presser, Jem
Morgan Lofting: Voice Actress; Moonracer / Firestar / The Baroness
There are several more who we will continually update here. Til All Are One!!"
Although a big push of this page is likely to support the Unicron project this will stay in place as an awesome forum to meet Transformers celebrities on an ongoing basis. Make sure to Click Here to head to Facebook and friend them today to keep up to date on what celebrities are showing up today.
With a big moment like this in the Transformers fandom we can't help but remind fans of the other big event going on in our universe, theHaslab Unicron project. If you want to back this project and go down in history as a true agent of the Lord of Chaos then click HERE. Only two weeks left so no time to waste, the time to support Unicron is now and if the quota of 8,000 is not met this project will not happen. It's up to you the fans to make the Transformers Unicron project a reality. Till all are One!
Share your thoughts in the forum and visit Facebook today to join the new group. As always make sure to stay tuned to Seibertron for the ultimate in Transformers news!
Thanks to some notifications from Twitter, we have word that Netflix has picked up some of the latest Transformers TV series for their streaming service!
Netflix has picked up 2 new series for their service. The first one is the Transformers Cyberverse cartoon. Cyberverse season 1 is now available, which consists of 18 episodes that are all around 11 minutes each. Season 2 is also currently running, so once you watch Season 1 you can begin to watch Season 2!
Also available now is the successor show to Rescue Bots titled Rescue Bots Academy. Rescue Bots is the longest running Transformers cartoon ever, and Rescue Bots Academy introduces the newest generation of Rescue Bots, which includes the TV debut of Whirl and the return of Unicron Trilogy favorite Hot Shot.
You can now watch both series on Netflix. So head on over and check them out! If you already have Netflix, great! If not, you can try out a free 30-day trial, and after that decide if you want to continue with the service and pay $8.99 a month.
Check out the newest Netflix additions, and let us know what you think in the comments section below!
35 years ago today the original 1984 The Transformers cartoon debuted. For many fans of the Transformers their love is rooted in the original series. For all its charming and at times humorous animation flaws, it brought the Transformers into the homes of children all over the world whether they had the toys or not.
It was the voice of Peter Cullen that breathed more life into the character of Optimus Prime than any depiction in the comic books or other media. So too for Frank Welker's sinister gravelly depiction of the emperor of destruction himself, the original Megatron. Welker also provided one of the most recognizable voices in all of Transformers history providing the dialogue for the monotone master of sonics Soundwave. Peter Cullen also pulled the iconic Southern drawl of Ironhide out of his voice actor's tool box making it a staple of the character. The legendary Chris Latta who lent his utterly unique shrill scream not just to Cobra Commander, but the Decepticon lord of the skies Starscream. He also voiced Wheeljack and even Sparkplug, but it was his voice that drove home Starscream's slippery character more than any line of dialogue written for him, and that essence has carried on throughout all of Starscream's incarnations.
These voices very much made the characters, and have resonated through all the generations to the point where the fan cry out for Welker and Cullen to be in the live action movies was so great even the steely Michael Bay crumbled and cast them. Maybe not initially for Megatron but hey, nobody's perfect. Even when we read these characters, it is often we hear these voices, or other actors emulating these originals, in our heads.
It was through the original cartoon that life was also breathed into the toy line. Although the comics were always there, and of course the fan bible the original tech specs would be rubber banded together and safely kept in a drawer for hardcore fans to reference, the original cartoon depicted the characters in motion and action, able to interact and battle their foes in ways that the toys made more challenging with their highly limited articulation.
35 long, and yet so very short years have passed since the original cartoon aired. It spawned multiple other cartoon series, to where we now all expect and wonder as fans when and what the next Transformers cartoon will be, will it have Peter Cullen and Frank Welker, who will they include, who will voice whom, and so on. Cartoons and comic books and Transformers have always been the undefeatable unavoidable undeniable trifecta of fun for fans of these noble and nefarious robots in disguise. And as Transformers Cyberverse enters its second season, and with a new Transformers War for Cybertron Siege series on the way, it seems the animated future of the Transformers is looking brighter than ever.
Share your favorite Transformers cartoon memories in the forum, and not just G1 you Seibertronians! All cartoon series from all years, share your memories and what makes Transformers cartoons special for you. Make sure to stay tuned to Seibertron for the ultimate in Transformers news!
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