IDW Transformers artist, currently regular on The Transformers, Andrew Griffith has dropped by Seibertron.com to let us know he will attending two events (for now) this year! For the first time, he'll be showing up in Chicago for C2E2 this April, and in May, he will be travelling to Puerto Rico Comic Con. Check out some of his sketch work below!
We've received news from IDW Transformers artist Livio Ramondelli that, after visiting Japan twice with colleague Andrew Griffith, he will now be attending the Middle East Film and Comic-Con, coming up this April in Dubai! Check out their site here, and find out more below.
Livio Ramondelli is a Transformers artist for IDW Publishing. His credits include Autocracy, Monstrosity, Primacy and Robots in Disguise, among others. He also provides covers for Dynamite's Battlestar Galactica series. He previously worked for artist Jim Lee at WildStorm Productions doing design work for DC Universe Online.
Livio is currently taking commissions for the show, and can be e-mailed for details through his website LivioRamondelli.com - don't miss out on this amazing opportunity!
The organisers of Little Rock Comic Con, Arkansas, have dropped by to let us know about their confirmed Transformers guests for the 2015 event - and it has both Michael McConnohie (voice of Tracks and Cosmos, plus Ironhide in RID) and David Kaye (voice of Megatron in Beast Wars and Optimus in Animated). Yeees.
Michael McConnohie & David Kaye to Attend Little Rock Comic Con 2015
It's a day of the week ending in Y, so Hisashi Yuki has taken to Twitter to show off some more of not only Takara Tomy Transformers Masterpiece MP-24 Star Saber (in his vehicle form and with Brain of Courage at the controls), but also the soon-to-arrive wave of Legends deluxes, Arcee, Chromia and Windblade - check out the mirrored image below!
Dan Khanna here! It’s been an honor to be featured in my own TRANSFORMERS Legends Signature Series event! I’ve really enjoyed the opportunity to get a chance to draw some of my personal favorite all-time classic characters. I hope you get a kick out of my character selection, and enjoy the artwork I drew up for this event. So welcome aboard, and have fun playing this new event!
Via Jim Sorenson's Disciples of Boltax blog, we finally get a look at the cover for his and Bill Forster's upcoming Complete Allspark Almanac! Artwork by Marcelo Matere and Josh Perez, showing off the main Transformers: Animated cast of Dinobots, Autobots, Decepticons, and some humans too, from Optimus Prime to Shockwave, Megatron and Captain Fanzone, Omega Supreme plus Cheetor, Rodimus and G2 Sideswipe - make sure to check it out below.
It looks like The Complete AllSpark Almanac is just three short weeks away, with an ETA of February 18th at fine comic book stores everywhere. (Probably hitting Amazon shortly thereafter, available for preorder now.) Here's Marcelo Matere's beautiful cover for the book, with excellent Josh Perez colors. (Josh also lent his talents to some of the new bonus material inside the book.)
For those of you who missed our Radio Free Cybertron interview, this is going to be a massive, 472 page tome that combines The AllSpark Almanac, The AllSpark Almanac II, The AllSpark Almanac Addenda we put together for the Transformers Collectors' Club, and ten-ish pages of new content teasing more of what Season 3.5 might look like. We worked closely with Derrick Wyatt to ensure that the book was as close to 100% canon as possible, with all new material carefully vetted (and a bit of old material tweaked or recontextualized.) I hope that you all get a big kick out of this one. V1 and V2 are insanely hard to find and fetch ridiculous prices on the secondary market, so it's very nice to get this material back in print where everyone can get a copy.
For the old school fans amongst us, you're going to love this one. Artist Darren Rawlings has taken some of the coolest vehicles from our childhoods, including K.I.T.T., the A-Team van, and of course the Back To The Future DeLorean, and turned them into his vision of what they'd look like as Transformers.
You can see more of Mr. Rawlings' work over at The Chive, and check out a few of the mirrored images below. (Clicking on the images below will also take you to his personal site for the full gallery of all of his artwork.)
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Were you unable to make the SacAnime convention at the beginning of January, or did you miss your chance to hear from Peter Cullen, the voice of Optimus Prime (and many many more?). Fear not, as YouTube reviewer Sean Long was not only present, but has also shared recordings of the two panels featuring the veteran voice actor (around 50 minutes each), and an interview with the man himself! They touched upon personal stories, his opinion on Transformers toys past and present, favourite Optimus lines, potential successors, and future projects, from Rescue Bots, Robots in Disguise, and NASA. Find them below for the full viewing.
To refresh your memory about Cullen and his importance to the franchise, check out fellow Seibertronian and voice actor jON3.0's introduction to the man behind the mask, also mirrored below, highlighting the life, career and achievements of one of the human Transformers icons alive.
ABC's The Goldbergs is a love letter to show creator Adam F. Goldberg's childhood in the '80s and the decade itself. Because of Mr. Goldberg's love affair with the '80s and everything contained therein, our beloved Transformers have made a few appearances on the show and have even been a major part of the plot lines.
This week's episode just so happens to be one of those episodes and tackles the touchy subject of worrying about life and death, from a child's point of view. What better time to go see Transformers: The Movie?!
After watching the film with his best friend and hero, his grandfather Albert, Adam decides to film his own sequel to Transformers: The Movie and it's in this portion of the show that we really see just how much the thought of death impacts a child, and brings a poignancy to the episode. Also, it totally covers the death of Optimus Prime and speaks for an entire generation of kids (who are now adults) who sat there crying inside and out.
We reported James Roberts' deleted scene from IDW's Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #22, featuring Drift and Ratchet - so it's only fair that we also show you the great work that artist Josh Burcham has done with the script! Check out the mirrored pages below (thanks to a tip from fellow Seibertronian leokearon, and drop by Burcham's deviantArt page for more.
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