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Chad Frey joins Transformers Movie crew

Transformers News: Chad Frey joins Transformers Movie crew
Date: Thursday, April 20th 2006 2:55pm CDT
Categories: Live Action Movie News, People News, Digital Media News
Posted by: Raymond T. | Credit(s): www.freyart.us

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Art Director and Set Designer Chad Frey has announced on his website that he has joined Art Department for Transformers movie, set to be release on july 4th 2007.

Frey, who has credits of movies like Blade, The Patriot, Jurassic Park 3 and The Hulk to his credit, had the following on his site to say.

"I have joined the Art Department of DreamWorks latest project directed by Michael Bay and Production Designed by Jeff Mann. A live action adventure based on the Hasbro toys of our youth, "Transformers" is the story of the war between the good-guy Autobots and the evil Decepticons; each are a race of machines who change form from known Earth objects (a car for example) into a more humanoid battle robot form. Heavy on visual effects and high on set and location count "Transformers" starts principle photography this summer".

Brad Case passed away at 93.

Transformers News: Brad Case passed away at 93.
Date: Sunday, April 16th 2006 5:35pm CDT
Categories: Cartoon News, People News
Posted by: Raymond T. | Credit(s): www.awn.com

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Sad news has come across our news room. Several sources including Animation World Network, report that Brad Case has passed away, last month.

Brad Case was the Sequence Director for the original series of Transformers in the mid 80's. Next to Transformers he also worked on other Sunbow shows like GI Joe, Jem & The Holograms and Bigfoot and the Muscle Machines.

Born in 1912, he made his early career in animation with the Animation studio of Walt Disney in the mid 40's. By the 60's and 70's he had worked himself up to Animation Director for show including the Pink Panther Show and the Fantastic Four.

His work earned him an Animation Guild Golden Award in 1985. He Retired in 1999.

Let's show Don Murphy our appreciation: "The Don Murphy Scavenger Hunt"

Transformers News: Let's show Don Murphy our appreciation: "The Don Murphy Scavenger Hunt"
Date: Tuesday, April 11th 2006 8:52pm CDT
Categories: Site News, People News
Posted by: Seibertron

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While surfing around on Don Murphy's website looking for a publicity photo of him, I stumbled into a page on his site that really seemed to strike home to me. Hopefully, it'll strike home with the rest of the Transformers fan-base as well.

Don Murphy has a Want List on his website of items he's personally searching for. Some of it sounds like Memorobilia, some of it sounds like things that might be dear to him. Either way, with such a massive fanbase (many of whom are constantly hunting down various items to complete collections), it seems like there's got to be a few of us who know somebody who can help track some of this stuff down for him. Maybe one of your parents has a collection of old Los Angeles Times newspapers or maybe one of you works in a music store that still has records (there's plenty here in Chicago) ... if I don't ask, we'll never know.

I think Don Murphy has done a tremendous amount for our fandom since he became involved with the Transformers Movie and I think we should show him a round of thanks by seeing if we can help him out. Are you guys up for the challenge? I feel like we're going on a scavenger hunt of sorts.

So from one collector to another, let's see what we can do to help out Don Murphy. If you think you know someone or if you have a way to contribute somehow, please drop me a line using the contact form here or if you want to contact Don Murphy, you can send him a message on his message board. If you're a news moderator on another Transformers website, please feel free to repost all of this information on your website to see if we can collectively spread the word. If nothing else, at least we can bring some more attention to his "want list" to help him out however we can.

Let the "Don Murphy Scavenger Hunt" begin!


Here's Don Murphy's want list:

The following are all items that I would like to have, but cannot find for some reason.

If you have them and want to part with them, I can send cash, scripts, promotional things. Hookers and Gin. Whatever you want. You help me I can make you happy.

If you have anything here to part with email me details like what it is and what you want to MrDonMurphy@hotmail.com. And thanks for doing so.


  • Brooks and Jane LPs- there's one called LIVE AND OTHERWISE and one called THEN AND NOW. They used to play live in Venice California in the 70s. Nobody has this but if you do...

  • Los Angeles Times- The Main section in any condition as long as the front page is included. JUNE 18, 1952.

  • Los Angeles Times- Sunday Edition- August 17th, 1969. Must include Section B- Local News. In fact that's the only section I need if you have it.

  • Barnaby- regular sized paperbacks from Crockett Johnson reprinting comic strips. These books came from Ballantine in the 1980s. I think there are 6. Or 7. I have 1, 2 and 3.

  • The Zone Box. This was a little box about the size of a scotch tape dispenser. You hit it. It played the Twilight Zone theme song. You ordered it by mail through the Zone magazine like in 1984. I have one someone. Or not. Can I have yours?.

  • Doug Henning did a lot of Television Specials in the 1970s. The first Doug Henning's World of Magic show aired in December, 1975. I think there are 8 total. Please give generously. Note- this is not the Broadway show THE MAGIC SHOW which any retard could buy off Amazon.com and I did already. NOTE TWO- I have the first one on dvd- thanks Baxt!

  • Any Muscular Dystrophy Telethon copy hosted by Dennis James in the late 70s. Must have the "Look at us we're walking" section.

  • A video copy of Jack and the Beanstalk as performed by the Prince Street Players. Like ages ago.



So none of this stuff is gonna be easy to find. If it was I would have it already. Get it? Those video copies will be HELL to find. But I appreciate your hard work.

This is what YOU can do for ME!

Earl Kress Weblog

Transformers News: Earl Kress Weblog
Date: Saturday, April 8th 2006 8:00pm CDT
Categories: People News, Digital Media News
Posted by: Raymond T. | Credit(s): www.tvshowsondvd.com

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TV Shows on DVD reports on their site that Earl Kress, one of the writers on the original Transformers show, has recently started to write on his own Weblog.

Although at the moment, the writer has not made any comments on the Transformers yet, Earl Kress' Weblog can be found on his website.

Iacon One Guest Update: Bob Budiansky, Transformers Comic Writer

Transformers News: Iacon One Guest Update: Bob Budiansky, Transformers Comic Writer
Date: Friday, April 7th 2006 4:32pm CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Event News, People News
Posted by: Hotrod | Credit(s): Free Trader

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We have received another update from the guys running Iacon One. This time they have announced that Bob Budiansky will be attending the event. Here is their offical update:

"MORE GUEST UPDATES
First, unfortunately, writer Simon Furman will not be able to attend Iacon One as planned, due to professional commitments. We wish Simon well and hope he will join us at a future event. However, in his place we have another exciting guest to announce...

For immediate release:

April 6, 2006

The Stasis Lock Group proudly announces comic book writer, editor and illustrator BOB BUDIANSKY as a guest at their inaugural show, Iacon One, celebrating the phenomenon of The Transformers, on July 7-8, 2006 at the Grand Wayne Convention Center in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Bob Budiansky turned his childhood fondness for reading comic books into a 20-year career in the comic book industry. During that time, Bob worked at Marvel Comics as an editor, illustrator, and writer. Although he worked on such titles as Spider-Man, Fantastic Four, Ghost Rider and his own creation, Sleepwalker, Bob is perhaps best known for the work he did on The Transformers.

Bob was the editor on the very first Transfomers mini-series in 1984, followed by scripting most of the next 50-plus issues of the monthly Transformers comic book. In between, he named and fashioned character profiles of well over 100 Transformers. He developed story treatments as new lines of Transformers were introduced and occasionally, Bob penciled a Transformers comic book cover or two.

Although his involvement with the Transformers ended in 1989, Bob is somewhat amazed and even more amused that the work he did on the Transformers so many years ago is still kicking around in one form or another today.

These days, Bob spends most of his working hours as a graphic designer. And he still occasionally dabbles as a comic book writer and illustrator.

"

Spielberg Speaks out!

Transformers News: Spielberg Speaks out!
Date: Friday, April 7th 2006 2:10pm CDT
Categories: Live Action Movie News, People News, Company News, Digital Media News
Posted by: Raymond T. | Credit(s): www.businessweek.com

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Although not directly related to Transformers or the Transformers movie currently being produced, an interview with world famous movie director/producer Steven Spielberg has popped up on the site of BusinessWeek Online.

The article addresses the recent purchase of Dreamworks SKG to Paramount, and not to Universal who many thought were the odds on favorites to buy the Spielberg/Katzenberg/Geffen company. A business deal that has inadvertedly effected the Transformers movie, making it now a Paramount production.

"I really don't know what happened. They were talking with David Geffen. But then GE decided they wouldn't bid. And Paramount just came in and swept us up and made us feel as if we were worth something. GE wasn't willing to match it".

"I may take some time off from directing because there is nothing ready for me to direct, no script that is where I want it. But I'm definitely going to be working for Paramount. I'm very interested in Transformers, a film, which we're going to release next year. I think that will be a great, great film".

Iacon One Guest Update: Venus Terzo, voice of BW / BM Blackarachnia

Transformers News: Iacon One Guest Update: Venus Terzo, voice of BW / BM Blackarachnia
Date: Thursday, April 6th 2006 7:07am CDT
Categories: Event News, People News
Posted by: Hotrod | Credit(s): Free Trader

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We have received another update from the good folks running the Iacon One Convention. They have issued the following update:

"For immediate release:
April 5, 2006

The Stasis Lock Group proudly announces renowned voice-over artist VENUS TERZO as a guest at their inaugural show, Iacon One, celebrating the phenomenon of The Transformers, on July 7-8, 2006 at the Grand Wayne Convention Center in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Venus is best known to fans of the Transformers as the voice of the femme fatale, Blackarachnia, from the highly acclaimed CGI series, Beast Wars, and its sequel series, Beast Machines. Although providing numerous voices in the following years, including well-known characters such as the telepathic Jean Grey from X-Men and Agent Diane Zervas from Action Man, Venus’ body of work expanded well into the realms of television and film.

Venus’ feature film work includes American Boyfriends, Devotion, and Home Movie. She has also appeared in numerous movies of the week including Heaven's On Fire, Other Women's Children, Into The Arms Of Danger, Echo, Deadly Vow and The Man Who Used to be Me. She also appeared in the recent movies Painkiller Jane and Meltdown.

Venus was a series regular on Street Legal and had a recurring role on Madison. She guest starred on Viper, Poltergeist, Jack's Place, Mom P.I., Lonesome Dove, and Neon Rider. She has also played principal roles in The Sentinel, Sliders, Highlander, and The Beachcombers. In 1999, she won a Leo Award for Best Actress for her work on Da Vinci's Inquest and was nominated again in 2000. Venus was honored with a Gemini nomination for Best Actress in a Dramatic Series in 2002 for her portrayal of compassionate, resilient and tough homicide detective Angela Kosmo in Da Vinci's Inquest, a role she reprised in Da Vinci's City Hall.

"

Tim Seeley Signing in Texas!

Transformers News: Tim Seeley Signing in Texas!
Date: Wednesday, April 5th 2006 7:37pm CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Event News, People News
Posted by: Hotrod | Credit(s): Devilsdue.net and Tformers.com

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This weekend Tim Seeley will be at a signing in Texas. Tim Seeley will be in Dallas, Texas April 8th at the Lone Star Comics - Dallas Flagship for Signing and Pizza. The event will last from 11am - 3pm. The address for the event is:

Lone Star Comics - Dallas Flagship
6465 East Mockingbird Lane #362
Dallas, TX 75214

The phone number for the site of the event is (214)823-0934. Tim Seeley is the current writer of Devil's Due's G.I. Joe Vs Transformers: The Art of War. So if you are in the Dallas area this is your chance to meet Tim Seeley.

Lee Sullivan interview at Transfans.net

Transformers News: Lee Sullivan interview at Transfans.net
Date: Tuesday, April 4th 2006 4:24pm CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, People News
Posted by: Hotrod | Credit(s): Denyer

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Transfans.net has posted an interview with Transformers artist, Lee Sullivan:

When it comes to Transformers art, Lee Sullivan is a legend. He began his stint at Marvel UK on issue 92 with the first of many memorable covers, and soon went on to create iconic work in the likes of Salvage and Time Wars. Over the years he's worked on many other titles, including Thundercats, Doctor Who, Robocop and William Shatner's TekWorld to name but a few, and has a noisy fetish for the saxophone.

To read the entire interview click here.

UK Convention Exclusives by Andrew Wildman

Transformers News: UK Convention Exclusives by Andrew Wildman
Date: Sunday, April 2nd 2006 2:08pm CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Event News, People News, Digital Media News
Posted by: Raymond T. | Credit(s): www.drawtheworldtogether.com, shockwaveuk

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Andrew Wildman's charity site Draw The World Together, has send their members the following statement, regarding UK Convention Exclusive comics. Wildman has been one of the regular Transformers artists in the past 20 years. The following has been taken directly from their E-mail.

"For so long the Convention Variant issue has been a regular on the US
Convention circuit, well not anymore!

Top US publisher IDW are producing a limited run of issue 4 of their new
series of TRANSFORMERS for the major comic event in the UK..

The EXpo EXclusive issue features a special Sketch Cover from the
Transformers prime artist, Andrew Wildman.
For a special preview of the cover go to
http://www.drawtheworldtogether.com/images/expocomic.jpg

The Comic will be on sale at the Expo this May 13-14th
http://www.comicexpo.net for a special price of just £3.00

Plus! Andrew and legendary Transformers scribe Simon Furman will be on hand
to sign this must have issue!
With all the proceeds going to the Draw the World Together Charity Project
http://www.drawtheworldtogether.com everyone is a winner!"

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