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Seibertron.com's Exclusive Coverage of the Transformers Last Knight US Premiere in Chicago

Transformers News: Seibertron.com's Exclusive Coverage of the Transformers Last Knight US Premiere in Chicago
Date: Thursday, June 22nd 2017 2:49pm CDT
Categories: Site News, Live Action Movie News, Event News
Posted by: Seibertron

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Thanks to our friends at Paramount, Seibertron.com was allowed press access to the US Premiere of the Transformers The Last Knight. The red carpet event took place alongside the Chicago Riverfront alongside the famed Civic Opera House in downtown Chicago, IL. My wife and I were there alongside the rest of the press covering the event. We had two cameras and a couple of cell phones to help us provide as much exclusive content for Seibertron.com as we possibly could. One of our cameras was setup for video and the other for photos. For now, we just have the photos posted of the event and are currently editing the video footage to share with all of you later.

Transformers News: Seibertron.com's Exclusive Coverage of the Transformers Last Knight US Premiere in Chicago
Civic Opera House Building in Chicago, IL

Transformers News: Seibertron.com's Exclusive Coverage of the Transformers Last Knight US Premiere in Chicago
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Transformers News: Seibertron.com's Exclusive Coverage of the Transformers Last Knight US Premiere in Chicago
Tickets to the US premiere screening and to the Post Party

Transformers News: Seibertron.com's Exclusive Coverage of the Transformers Last Knight US Premiere in Chicago
Ryan Yzquierdo on the red carpet between MTV Snapchat and Univision's Hoy. We are in front of the Barricade blow-up car.

Transformers News: Seibertron.com's Exclusive Coverage of the Transformers Last Knight US Premiere in Chicago

Transformers News: Seibertron.com's Exclusive Coverage of the Transformers Last Knight US Premiere in Chicago
Hasbro's Transformers Brand Team

Transformers News: Seibertron.com's Exclusive Coverage of the Transformers Last Knight US Premiere in Chicago
Producer Tom DeSanto talking to Seibertron.com

Transformers News: Seibertron.com's Exclusive Coverage of the Transformers Last Knight US Premiere in Chicago
Producer Don Murphy (center) and Executive Producer Mark Vahradian (far left)

Transformers News: Seibertron.com's Exclusive Coverage of the Transformers Last Knight US Premiere in Chicago
Peter Cullen and Frank Welker (voices of Optimus Prime and Megatron respectively)

Transformers News: Seibertron.com's Exclusive Coverage of the Transformers Last Knight US Premiere in Chicago
Producer Lorenzo Di Bonaventura

Transformers News: Seibertron.com's Exclusive Coverage of the Transformers Last Knight US Premiere in Chicago
Remi Adeleke (TRF Lieutenant)

Transformers News: Seibertron.com's Exclusive Coverage of the Transformers Last Knight US Premiere in Chicago
Sir Anthony Hopkins signing autographs for fans, alongside Seibertron.com's Ryan Yzquierdo

Transformers News: Seibertron.com's Exclusive Coverage of the Transformers Last Knight US Premiere in Chicago
Sir Anthony Hopkins talking to Seibertron.com's Ryan Yzquierdo

Transformers News: Seibertron.com's Exclusive Coverage of the Transformers Last Knight US Premiere in Chicago
Jerrod Carmichael (Jimmy) talking to Seibertron.com

Transformers News: Seibertron.com's Exclusive Coverage of the Transformers Last Knight US Premiere in Chicago
Santiago_Cabrera (Santos from TRF) talking to Seibertron.com

Transformers News: Seibertron.com's Exclusive Coverage of the Transformers Last Knight US Premiere in Chicago
Juliocesar Chavez gives Seibertron.com 2 thumbs up!

Transformers News: Seibertron.com's Exclusive Coverage of the Transformers Last Knight US Premiere in Chicago
Laura Haddock (Vivian) and Josh Duhamel (Lennox) having fun with fans on the red carpet!

Transformers News: Seibertron.com's Exclusive Coverage of the Transformers Last Knight US Premiere in Chicago
Josh Duhamel (Lennox) talking to Hoy Univision

Transformers News: Seibertron.com's Exclusive Coverage of the Transformers Last Knight US Premiere in Chicago
Isabela Moner (Izabella) strikes a pose for Seibertron.com

Transformers News: Seibertron.com's Exclusive Coverage of the Transformers Last Knight US Premiere in Chicago
Laura Haddock (Vivian) talking to other press.

Transformers News: Seibertron.com's Exclusive Coverage of the Transformers Last Knight US Premiere in Chicago
The stars gathered at the end of the red carpet

Transformers News: Seibertron.com's Exclusive Coverage of the Transformers Last Knight US Premiere in Chicago
Director Michael Bay talks to Seibertron.com for a moment!

Transformers News: Seibertron.com's Exclusive Coverage of the Transformers Last Knight US Premiere in Chicago
Mark Wahlberg (Cade Yaeger) talks to Hoy, checking out Seibertron.com!

Transformers News: Seibertron.com's Exclusive Coverage of the Transformers Last Knight US Premiere in Chicago
Ryan and Lori Yzquierdo inside the Civic Opera House

Transformers News: Seibertron.com's Exclusive Coverage of the Transformers Last Knight US Premiere in Chicago
The cast of Transformers The Last Knight prior to the screening

Transformers News: Seibertron.com's Exclusive Coverage of the Transformers Last Knight US Premiere in Chicago
Ryan Yzquierdo with Producer Tom DeSanto at the Last Knight's after party event. He and I had a great conversation and he completely won me over after he talked to me about Professor X, Magneto, Optimus, Megatron, being a fan in the 80s, the Marvel TF comics, and so on. Even got to talk to him about Jon Bailey's amazing Optimus Prime voice! Tom completely convinced me that he truly is a fan of these properties after talking X-Men and Transformers with me for about 10 minutes.

Transformers News: Seibertron.com's Exclusive Coverage of the Transformers Last Knight US Premiere in Chicago
Ryan Yzquierdo with Ben Montano and John Warden from Hasbro's Transformers Brand Team.

The US Premiere was an absolutely amazing experience, especially for a long time Transformers fan like myself. It was very cool that Paramount let Seibertron.com onto the red carpet alongside regular press such as WGN, ABC, Access Hollywood, Entertainment Tonight, MTV and Univision (to name a few). I wasn't quite prepared to be given access to all of the stars like that, nor had I been on the red carpet of a movie premiere before. It was a massive learning experience and we were figuring things out on the fly!

We got to have some brief one-on-one time with Michael Bay, Josh Duhamel, Anthony Hopkins, Jerrod Carmichael, Isabela Moner, Santiago Cabrera, Peter Cullen, Frank Welker, Remi Adeleke, Juliocesar Chavez, and Tom DeSanto. Unfortunately, due to time constraints at the rushed end of the event, we didn't get to talk to Mark Wahlberg or Laura Haddock but we still managed to get some great pics to share with all of you! All of the stars were very nice and happy to talk to everyone. I was very surprised that they had all of the stars talk to any of the press that wanted to talk to them. I figured we would only be allowed to speak to select stars and didn't think that I'd be getting to shake hands with the likes of Sir Anthony Hopkins!

After the screening of the film, which most of the press did not attend, we headed over to the after party at the Prysm Nightclub. We arrived a little late to the party, which was in full swing, due to seeing the movie. I think Josh Duhamel was one of the few stars that stayed for the film, who was saw briefly the film's showing prior to us leaving for the after party. We only saw Lorenzo Di Bonaventura, Tom DeSanto, Michael Bay, Juliocesar Chavez, Isabela Moner, and the Hasbro Transformers Brand Team at the event though there seemed to be a lot of "big wigs", or something to that effect, along with other Hollywood like people in the packed nightclub, which was closed to the public for the private event (though the club is actually closed on Tuesdays anyway, which I'm assuming is part of the reason why they would choose this club for the evenet). I'm also assuming that a lot of the people that were at the after party were a lot of the "behind-the-scenes" folks that do not get enough recognition for their hard work on these films, such as the writers, artists, costume people, prop people, set designers, etc. It was a lot of fun and the party wrapped up around 2:30am.

I'll share some more thoughts in the topic on our forums. We are still working on putting together a video to share with all of you from our footage of the event.

Thank you again to Paramount for this amazing opportunity. We had a spectacular time! It was truly a once-in-a-lifetime day-to-remember event.

I hope all of you enjoy these pictures!

Knights of the Seibertron Round Table - Seibertron Staff and Members Review Transformers: The Last Knight and Show Off Some Merchandise

Transformers News: Knights of the Seibertron Round Table - Seibertron Staff and Members Review Transformers: The Last Knight and Show Off Some Merchandise
Date: Thursday, June 22nd 2017 9:32am CDT
Categories: Site News, Live Action Movie News, Reviews, Event News, Site Articles
Posted by: D-Maximus_Prime | Credit(s): Seibertron.com

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Well, it is now Thursday, we are past the embargo date, and many of us have had the chance to see Transformers: The Last Knight. With this all in mind, we begin today with part 2 of the Seibertron.com reviews for the film. Part 1 was nicely written up by member ZhGingaah, who attended the London Premiere, and now we have 3 more reviews, courtesy of our Seibertron.com staff. Later on, we will also have yet another review-ish post, which will come from Seibertron himself, as he was able to attend some very awesome events over the course of the week!

To go with the theme of Seibetron's trip to the movies, the reviews will be followed by some merch that we got at the premiere (some free and some at a cost).

Now, let's start with our first review, written by Seibertronian moderation Rodimus Prime. It is a spoiler-free review, so if you have yet to see the movie, it is safe for you to read. It can be found below:

Rodimus Prime wrote:his is a spoiler-free review for The Last Knight, which I saw on June 20th.

Overall, the film was a positive experience, but I guess that depends on your individual expectations. The pacing was more brisk than Age of Extinction, and the story was a little more engaging, but not by much. The characters were treated the same as before, mainly the Transformers. We get a little more in-depth look at the history of the Transformers, but only enough to make the events in the film convenient.

The main characters of the film this time around are Cade Yeager and Bumblebee. Some other characters are used sparingly, or just at the right moments to further the plot. The human characters are all portrayed well, none of them seem wasted, unlike some of the Transformers. The action is fast-paced, especially the car chases and battle scenes. Michael Bay definitely put his penchant for explosions to good use here. Fortunately, toilet humor was at a bare minimum, perhaps 2 or 3 instances. Adult language was much more prevalent, however. The film definitely earned its PG-13 rating there.

The story of the Transformers themselves was further revealed, even though the movie was still human-heavy. It does seem the Transformers share at least equal screen time and importance in this film, as opposed to the previous ones. This aspect seems to be improving with each movie. There were a few things left unexplained, and the ending was definitely left open for the sequel which is intended for 2019, with or without Michael Bay. I rate this film on the level of Age of Extinction, with a somewhat thin story and a lot of action. If you liked that film, you will like this one.


Now from here on out, we are in some spoiler territory. So if you do not want to read any spoilers for your upcoming film experience, Stop Here!






Spoiler Alert! Spoiler Alert!







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To start off our spoiler-ish review section, We have a review from Canadian News Staff member William-James88, who certainly had a different experience from Rodimus Prime when it comes to the movie. Read up:

William-James88 wrote:Wrap your head around this one: human character Santos, played by Santiago Cabrera, has more screen time than Optimus Prime and Megatron COMBINED.
Who is Santos? Who cares! I sure didn't. And he is far from being a main character in this. But that fact that another random human addition to the ever expanding human cast of the Transformers franchise has more screen time than who should be the franchise's hero and villain is quite dissapointing.

Yes, once again, after what I thought was an improvement in AOE, the robots get the shaft in a story about not one but 2 chosen humans saving the day.

Here is a massive spoiler: that big three headed dragon you see in the trailers is part of the final battle and he does absolutely nothing. Neither does Drift or Crosshairs. And all the cool robot parts are in the trailer. Stitching all the shots from the Optimus vs Bumblebee fight from the trailers gives you the entire fight you see on screen, bar the resolution. What you don't see in the trailers is the ton of human stuff that no one watches these movies for. That's quite sad to me.

I had faith in this film. There was a writer's room, a sense that people cared. But it seems nomatter who is writing, they are dictated to make unfunny jokes, racial stereotypes, and mcguffins galore wrapped in nonsensical plots.

Case in point, the titular Last Knight. There is a lot of time dedicated to the Last Knight, and him discovering who he is, but the finale and end game isn't linked to him.There isn't a purpose to him since the mcguffin is related to another character. There is also a ton of plot holes and actual movie making errors, such as Sqweek's arm changing between shots, using the wrong microphone audio for Laura Haddock's voice in one scene, and robots being in robot mode and vehicle mode from one shot to the next with no sound or indication that they transformed.

It feels very amateurish from Michael Bay, who doesn't make continuity errors this noticeable usually. And of course, there are the afore mentioned plot holes which are more blatant than before, with the worst offender being Bumblebee's voice. Is it fine? Is it broken? Does it need fixing? TELL ME!!!!!

Oh and I will leave you with this, there are two scenes dedicated to talking about either Mark Wahlberg or Laura Haddock's sex life and they are both at least three times as long as the final fight of Megatron vs Optimus Prime.

Yay.


Next up, we have a review from Seibertronian News Staffer Mindmaster, who had a good experience from the movie. Check out his thoughts below.

Mindmaster wrote:Saw it tonight. Non-spoiler version: this is probably the best movie out of the five, without hyperbole. I liked it so much that it made me go out and finally get Voyager Optimus and Beserker on my way home, and I was slightly ambivalent about getting them before. Age of Extinction made me want Hound so bad, and now The Last Knight makes me want Cogman just as badly, if not more.

Spoiler-version: Things I liked and got excited about:

*Cogman. Literally the best thing ever. Dude had me rolling every time he showed up. If he doesn't show up in the next one, my hope in humanity will be dashed.

*Unicron: he's finally been name-dropped in the movie universe! Kinda expected him to get mentioned somewhere, but wasn't expecting a Prime reference in that he turns out to be Earth. And that post-credit scene absolutely sets up the next one, nobody deny it.

*The Nemesis Prime name-drop. Now I wish they'd revise the Shadow Spark Optimus Prime packaging to reflect that.

*The WWII scene; as a history major, this was what I was waiting for. I really hope we see toys based on Bumblebee and Hot Rod's WWII designs.

*The Decepticons; finally! The main ones have personalities! Mohawk retool of Hunt for the Decepticons Brimstone, pls.

*All the references to the previous movies: Simmons; the Ark during the Moon's destruction; the Pyramid still slightly destroyed from Devastator in Revenge of the Fallen; Starscream's head (Megatron even goes Hamlet on it); Viviane name-dropping Shockwave and Soundwave when she gets kidnapped by Hot Rod; even Sam Witwicky gets a small nod.

And a few things I didn't like about it;

*Cogman; despite him being my favorite thing about the movie, he never transformed and combined with the Aston Martin like they pre-movie hype led us to believe. Was very disappointed, but optimistic that it might happen in the next one.

*Dinobots; once again, they get shafted as far as screen time is concerned. I wasn't happy that they showed up for less time than Age of Extinction, and they never even transformed.
Kinda irritated about it, but whatevs I guess.

*The Decepticons; wished they had survived to see the end, especially Nitro.

*The Knights of Cybertron: kinda irritated how it takes all twelve for them to combine into Dragonstorm, yet the upcoming Leader-class figure only breaks down into two. I get that it would be a nightmare to engineer a twelve-bot dragon combiner, but still.

*To a lesser degree, Hot Rod's gun. No further comments.

All in all, this movie did a lot more right than all the others. Thinking about the previous ones, I didn't really have a favorite; the first one was my least favorite, then the next three kinda were tied. They never beat each other out because they all had an equal amount of things I liked and disliked. But The Last Knight? To me, it unquestionably had more right than wrong. Definitely the most Transformer-y of the franchise. I think we're finally getting on the right track as far as Transformers movies are concerned, and I've regained my confidence in the movies.


To finish off with the longer sort of reviews, here are some of my thoughts on the movie, which I rated as an overall enjoyable experience, but one that could have done a bit better while still being worth the trip.

D-Maximus_Prime wrote:I liked the con stuff, like we actually had some good cons stuff starting, but it got cut off pretty quick, which is a shame. though we still have Megatron, Berserker, and maybe Barricade. Hot Rod felt good but really needed more screen time (we can agree on cool ass weapon though). Cogman was the main cybertronian presence, and he was a good character, though I was bummed that he was the main cybertronian presence throughout much of the film. And we had his actual headmaster part cut. Boo. And then Crosshairs, Drift, and Hound are barely in the film basically. Like, only in some scenes. Hot Rod was in more scenes, and I feel he was under-represented.

Also, topspin had Leadfoot's head. :oops:

Transformations were good too. Sqweeks was the only one not to transform in the film, and they did it a lot. Spent some good time looking at the transformations too.

I felt the first maybe half to 2/3 of the film was on the right track, but the last bit kinda fell off the rails some for me. Felt rushed and incomplete, like a shadow of what was intended.
Definitely feels like it could have easily been 2 movies, or 3 hours, and things would have gone to the potential the film really had.

I did really like how much Megatron used his arm cannon though, and I really feel that they cut a whole part about where Quintessa somehow rebuilt Megatron from Galvatron, made him a knight's body, and that red bit on his face, which he had in the film and was a sign of Quintessa control,
showed that he was doing her bidding, hence some of the events in the film. I also liked Bee in the film, though I think it really set some stuff up for the Bee movie. sir Burton said he was much different in the 1940's, like much more cruel and not ever referred to as nice, and maybe that is where the Bee movie will explore: murder and rage bot to kind Bee.

I actually did not take Quintessa's "death" scene as death. It almost appeared as if she simply left that shell in a shower of electrical current, only to show up in human form in the id credits scene. I liked Sqweeks, but definitely see how he was kind of a waste. I thought Izzy was a waste too, which is a shame, but the movie didn't feel like it really needed her, or for her to be a main character. I only saw Grimlock and Slug, and it was disappointing not to see Strafe or Scorn.
It was also sad that those dinobots we did see disappeared completely really quickly.

I don't want anyone to think i didn't enjoy myself or the movie. I did. I just feel it had more potential, and time and too much trying to fit into a thin plot did it in


Finally, having seen the film themselves, we have a few other thoughts from fellow Seibertronians, some of whom got the point across very good in some short sentences. Check them out below.

It Is Him wrote:The first hour offered surprising promise and fun, followed by an hour of bloat, and ended with an action sequence that just didn't take well enough of advantage of the great robot cast introduced in the beginning.

It was better than AoE, and ultimately I'm glad I saw the movie.


Randomhero wrote:I just got out of it and i really enjoyed it. its not perfect in the slightest but i had fun.

however i walked away saying "so they stopped sucking the earth dry but isnt cybertron still colliding with the planet? they saved Earth but isnt Unicron still waking up?" oh well it was a fun ride.


zko wrote:I liked it, I've liked all the Bay movies pretty well, and this one was my favorite.

It played out a bit like the plot of season 1 and 2 of prime as a Bay movie, mixed with some of the G1 episode where they go back to medieval times and also the old kids read along book "When Continents Collide" had some stuff in there that seemed to be almost reflecting some biblical, book of revelations stuff with the plot about the horns, the dragon, the seal etc, but that wasn't carried too far.


KVO Prime wrote:I was disappointed... disappointed in myself to get so excited ...AGAIN... for a let down. What an incoherent piece of garbage. After a while I started timing it to see if any scene lasted longer than 2 seconds before violently jerking back somewhere else. Don't they have stabilization gyroscopes? Jeezus.. and all the bots shown ONCE for their toy placement was absurd.


all_the_primes wrote:This movie was a mess. Straight to to the point: I will not watch it again. Okay, maybe when I am incredibly bored... But I'd rather be watching Sesame Street, TFP or Inglorious Basterds, I respect myself that much.

TLK movie felt overwhelmingly unfocused and pacing was too fast/poor to the point that I lost focus on what the story(s) was about. If you are looking for some robot fighting action, it's there, but nothing groundbreaking. Over all, (in the words of Anthony Fantano) not good.

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OVERALL/FINAL THOUGHTS/TLDR: This movie was godly unfocused, probably the most unfocused movie I've seen to date (an impressive feat). I could go on and bag on this movie for days, but I did find it enjoyable at some very certain times (surprisingly so), but if had an opportunity to watch it again, I'd gladly decline. In fact, after writing this review and leaving a great lot of critiques out, I realize how much I did not enjoy this movie.


Well, that is all we have room for in today's review post. As you might have seen, the movie was nothing particularly spectacular, but it did have some good moments and some good fun, depending on who watched it. It definitely wasn't perfect, and it definitely had some issues, but in the end it is still a toss up over who will like it and who won't.

We hope these reviews were helpful to you. We hope they were informative and helpful. Let us know if you go to check out the movie, and let us know what you thought of the movie in the comments section below!

Now, here is some merchandise either aquired for free or at cost by xrotorstormx and myself, as we went during the Optimus Prime Tuesday showings. xrotorstormx picked up some Last Knight inspired drink cups, a popcorn bowl, and a Bumblebee shirt from her experience, whereas yours truly got an Optimus Prime shirt and a lanyard with a Last Knight inspired card.

Transformers News: Knights of the Seibertron Round Table - Seibertron Staff Review Transformers: The Last Knight

Transformers News: Knights of the Seibertron Round Table - Seibertron Staff Review Transformers: The Last Knight

Transformers News: Knights of the Seibertron Round Table - Seibertron Staff Review Transformers: The Last Knight

Transformers News: Knights of the Seibertron Round Table - Seibertron Staff Review Transformers: The Last Knight

Transformers News: Knights of the Seibertron Round Table - Seibertron Staff Review Transformers: The Last Knight

Transformers News: Knights of the Seibertron Round Table - Seibertron Staff Review Transformers: The Last Knight

Transformers News: Knights of the Seibertron Round Table - Seibertron Staff Review Transformers: The Last Knight

Twincast / Podcast Episode #177 "Forged To Mic"

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #177 "Forged To Mic"
Date: Monday, June 19th 2017 6:30pm CDT
Categories: Site News, Digital Media News, Podcast
Posted by: ScottyP

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Welcome to the latest episode of the Seibertron.com Twincast / Podcast. While we await the release of The Last Knight, host Scotty P sits down with Counterpunch and special guest, Seibertron.com News Staff member Williamjames88 to talk about his recent experience visiting Kabam! studios in Vancouver, BC.

Episode #177 "Forged To Mic" is available directly and in our RSS Feed, and should appear on iTunes, Google Play, and Stitcher Radio within 24 to 48 hours of when you see this news post.

As mentioned, our very own Williamjames88 had the chance to visit the studios of Kabam!, creators of Transformers: Forged to Fight, which is available now to download from the iTunes App Store and Google Play. We start out talking about the visit by taking a quick look at what the game is and learn fun facts about Vancouver. While we chat away, be sure to check out his written run down of the visit, plus a transcription of some Q&A time with the Kabam team, plus yet more other fun information about the game!

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #177 "Forged To Mic"
Humor to go along with your cool Transformers trip? Why not!


One of the main topics of our discussion is about the transformations of the characters within the game, and how the creators approached it for a platform that's often more restrictive than a console or gaming PC. Counterpunch and Scotty recollect old PS1 era gaming magazines, N64 Beast Wars, and learn that Forged to Fight has nothing to do with these. Plus, we talk about the potential of playing the game on a larger screen.

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #177 "Forged To Mic"
Beats the generic painting things in your office.


One character that the folks at Kabam were excited about is the iteration of Hot Rod from The Last Knight. With Hot Rod making his way into the game recently, we discuss why they felt like this was a standout character.

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #177 "Forged To Mic"
Je suis "Street Fighter". I don't know French, I'm sorry.


Repaints: some fans love them, while others are continually frustrated by Hasbro's desire to stretch their budget for tooling and keep consumer costs somewhat controlled. We don't talk about that in this episode, but we do talk about the challenges the creators face in trying to bring in characters traditionally known as "Repaints" like Thundercracker and Skywarp into the game through a rewarding method. While we ponder that, we also consider if move-sets matter in this case, or if a skin can be just a skin.

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #177 "Forged To Mic"
Above: Rhinox crushing your hopes for Soundblaster.


We wrap up the Forged to Fight talk with thoughts about how long the game can go. With a story to tell that has no ending and just constant "middles" given its very nature, what might the team have in store for players as time goes on? With a solid gameplay engine and even awards rolling in for the project, the future looks bright for mobile fighting fun with your favorite Transformers characters.

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #177 "Forged To Mic"


We then conclude a somewhat shorter than normal episode by just hanging out and talking about some of the latest and greatest Transformers toys, with no real set agenda for discussion. Sit back, hang out, and hear thoughts from the crew about LG Magna Convoy and how that mold is holding up, Wave 2 Deluxes from The Last Knight, and yes, Scotty P finally got around to opening up Godbomber. Finally.

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #177 "Forged To Mic"
Not pictured: Convobat's butt.


Stay tuned - in just a few days, we'll have another episode of the Twincast ready to hit your audio receptors as we review Transformers: The Last Knight!

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Twincast / Podcast Episode #176 "Moonbase Gray"

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #176 "Moonbase Gray"
Date: Sunday, June 11th 2017 3:47pm CDT
Categories: Site News, Digital Media News, Podcast
Posted by: ScottyP

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Welcome to the latest episode of the Seibertron.com Twincast / Podcast! This episode features your host ScottyP with xRotorstormx and RodimusConvoy13. Listen in as we discuss the latest news, toys, comics, milkshakes, and more.

Episode #176 "Moonbase Gray" is available directly and in our RSS Feed, and should appear on iTunes, Google Play, and Stitcher Radio within 24 to 48 hours of when you see this news post.

Yes, that's right, the Seibertron.com Twincast/Podcast is now available on Google Play! Be sure to subscribe today if this is your podcast platform of choice.

The show starts off with discussions of upcoming Masterpiece figures. First off is Masterpiece Beast Wars Dinobot. We've seen CGI renders of him and we discuss the intricacies of his tail. Will he be happy surrounded by Jurassic Park toys? Who is excited? Who wanted Megatron first?

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #176 "Moonbase Gray"
How'd you like it if I ripped a chunk out of your side?


Next up is MP 39 Sunstreaker. How good looking is this guy? Is this the end all be all of Sunstreaker? Or will we see a better version in a few years? Praises are sung and internet rumors are squashed. Are you excited about this guy too?

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #176 "Moonbase Gray"
Seriously, how many Transformers can actually do this?


We move on to MP 12+ Sideswipe. Are you unsure of the differences? So are we! Get a play by play comparison to the original MP 12 as ScottyP holds his figure up to the new photos. What do you think? Do we need another Sideswipe?

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #176 "Moonbase Gray"
I really am different. Look closely.


And finally, Hasbro is rereleasing MP-10 Optimus Prime as a Toys R Us exclusive. It will share the same packaging and recent MP releases from Hasbro. Is this a good idea on their part? We were a bit surprised by this announcement, but we realize that it's a good thing. What do you think? Are you going to pick one up? Let us know your thoughts in the discussion thread!

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #176 "Moonbase Gray"
You thought I was expensive before?


Next up in our Toy Reveal Marathon, we look at the new Takara Legends figures. Recently announced was Legends Sixshot, Misfire, Doublecross, and Broadside! There's a new head, some Targetmasters, and even a BattleBeast! Hear our thoughts about the differences between these versions and the Hasbro versions. We also discuss some wishful thinking on the part of the fandom.

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #176 "Moonbase Gray"
Ooh, that gray!


ScottyP opens his God Bomber as we record the show, but he's interrupted by a milkshake. Will he ever get back to God Bomber? We've heard some complaints about this guy. Do you have one? Sound off in our forums and let us know what you think of him.

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #176 "Moonbase Gray"
Each sold separately... oh wait!


We now have images of Takara's Trypticon. What are the differences between this one and Hasbro's? We'll tell you. Yes we will. We will tell you. Ok, well, maybe we'll just guess and kind of... Look, it's Trypticon, ok. He's awesome no matter what company puts him out!

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #176 "Moonbase Gray"
Raymond, will you tell Ma I'm not coming to dinner? I'm eating Titan Masters.


Transformers Tribute! Need we say more? Yes. The first announced set in the Transformers Tribute line is a two pack of deluxes. War for Cybertron Optimus Prime and Titans Return Orion Pax. Orion is a repaint of Titans Return Kup with an all new face. RodimusConvoy vents his frustration of not having a clear picture of the face and we discuss what other figures could have been in this set.

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #176 "Moonbase Gray"
How may different Optimus Prime Titan Masters can one line have?


We're coming up on the last leg of our marathon as we get into newly revealed The Last Knight toys. We start out with Cogman and Hot Rod. Cogman is a Titan Master that is completely compatible with Titans Return figures. Hot Rod is not a repaint of Lockdown. We discuss the merits of each figure and how much we like that the two lines are crossing over a bit to appeal to fans. Does the Cogman figure represent what we'll get in the movie? We're not sure. We don't forget about Skullitron, but enthusiasm for him is not as high.

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #176 "Moonbase Gray"
Oh, you Titans Return fans won't be able to resist me.


During the toy discussion ScottyP fills us in on the Hasbro Hangout he was on where he got to see a lot of these new figures and hear the throughs behind them from the creators. Check out his full thoughts here.

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #176 "Moonbase Gray"
At some point, my head will get ripped off in the movie.


Dragonstorm and Nitro were part of the Hangout and we get into a discussion about how Dragonstorm looks like tons of fun. He's a Duocon, sort of. Nitro also looks great and his head can be removed and Cogman can take over his body! Is Nitro based on a real plane? We also don't forget about the Planet in the room! Cybertron Primus has been repainted and will be released as part of the Last Knight line. Scotty reports how the designers came up with the paint scheme. It's fantastic and cool. Ooh, boy, sticker shock though. Cybertron is expensive.

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #176 "Moonbase Gray"
G2? I don't know what you're talking about


The toy talk ends, but we're still on the topic of The Last Knight. As the release date draws near, trailers and TV spots are dropping left and right. Have you been watching them? We talk about our thoughts on the newest clips we've seen and how it has changed our thoughts on the movie. Are the Transformers just pets to the humans? Have we seen this movie four times already? Check out some of the newest clips here and here


Bayhem!!


They've also release some case files that gives us a little info on the Decepticons of the Last Knight. Follow along as we go down the list discussing how each of them will die.

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #176 "Moonbase Gray"
It's not easy being green.


We change gears and head into some comic talk. Transformers Till All Are One has been cancelled. We discuss our feelings on that topic and the various reasons why it was most likely cancelled. The series will end with Issue 12 and an Annual. Check out our review for issue 10 here. The book is great and it's a shame it's ending.

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #176 "Moonbase Gray"
Starscream has been a highlight of this series.



Next we talk about the end of The Lost Light's first story arc. Check out our review of issue 6 here. It was a great ending to the first arc. What do you think? Did Megatron purposely missing the teleporter? Did Terminus mislead him? Did Roller? Has our intrepid band figured out the secret to creating new Cybertronians?

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #176 "Moonbase Gray"
Trigger warning!!


We conclude our episode with some Twincast Freestyle... that ends up being mainly bragging rights. Titans Return Wave 4 Deluxes! Masterpieces! But there's also some grumbling about Robots in Disguise Ultra Bee and Crash Combiners. They're not all they're cracked up to be.

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #176 "Moonbase Gray"
They don't love me.


That may have been a bit of a rough ride, so thanks for sticking it out! We'll be back in few weeks with our all Last Knight Review episode! Don't listen unless you see the movie! Or do! That's great too!

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Seibertron.com's Ryan Yzquierdo to Feature on Netflix's The Toys That Made Us Series #TTTMU #Transformers

Transformers News: Seibertron.com's Ryan Yzquierdo to Feature on Netflix's The Toys That Made Us Series #TTTMU #Transformers
Date: Sunday, June 4th 2017 4:06am CDT
Categories: Site News, People News, Digital Media News, Interviews
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): TTTMU

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You'll remember we covered the upcoming Netflix documentary The Toys that Made Us, which will span a number of toy brands and franchises from the 80s, one for each of the eight episodes. Along with Lego, Hello Kitty, Star Trek, and others, Transformers is also in the mix - and do you know who else it will feature?

Seibertron.com creator and owner himself, Ryan Yzquierdo! As announced by the official Facebook page for the series, he'll be showing up in the Transformers episode, once the series streams in January 2018. Let us know if you'll be watching, and join the discussion in the Energon Pub!

Ryan Yzquierdo, the owner of Seibertron.com and a Transformers toy collector, is featured in #TTTMU! #Transformers


Transformers News: Seibertron Himself to Feature on Netflix's The Toys That Made Us Series

Twincast / Podcast Episode #175 "Bayhem"

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #175 "Bayhem"
Date: Thursday, May 25th 2017 6:07pm CDT
Categories: Site News, Digital Media News, Podcast
Posted by: megatronus

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Welcome to the latest episode of the Seibertron.com Twincast / Podcast! This episode features your host Megatronus with xRotorstormx and special guests Mr. Starscream and Dr. Va'al. Listen in as we discuss the latest news, toys, and more.

Episode #175 "Bayhem" is available directly and in our RSS Feed, and should appear on iTunes, Google Play, and Stitcher Radio within 24 to 48 hours of when you see this news post.

Yes, that's right, the Seibertron.com Twincast/Podcast is now available on Google Play! Be sure to subscribe today if this is your podcast platform of choice.

First up on the chopping block is Transformers: The Last Knight, coming to a theater near you in just one short month. There's a new international trailer out, and we dissect it for new details, plot points, and anything else we can spoil for our (soon to be not so) loyal audience.


We need a trailer for this trailer...


In the context of the trailer, we mention a few interesting articles in Empire magazine, including an interview with TLK producer Ian Bryce and some of the TLK writers. What tidbits do we take away, and how does this new information color our understanding of how the TLK sausage is made?

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #175 "Bayhem"
Surprise!!! It's Bumblebee!


After our thorough discussion of the movie itself, we move on to one of the quirkier aspects of modern movie culture: promos. There's the Chinese Coca-Cola raffle, the Singaporean Coca-Cola steelcase, and Japan's 7-11 Dark Optimus exclusive. Also, international distribution is weird. We're totally feeling the zaniness.

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #175 "Bayhem"
Product placement to the rescue!


This all leads to a discussion on how these contests, and international distribution generally, is a function of Transformers being marketed to an overseas population where dedicated collecting is less a phenomenon. With a Screen Rant piece about Wonder Woman as our guide, we achieve total brand awareness.

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #175 "Bayhem"
That's good marketing.


On to comics: specifically, Lost Light #5. You can find the Seibertron.com review of this issue here. How does the Twincast crew feel about the Functionist Universe, and are we on board with Rung's newly revealed abilities? Where's Orion Pax? Is Terminus a good addition, or does he just need to shut up?

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #175 "Bayhem"
Today shall now and forever be known as Brainstorm Day.


Optimus Prime #7 is next on the chopping block. You can find the Seibertron.com review of the issue here. We take a slight turn towards the political (in a non-partisan matter, we assure you), and discuss bias and the way that real world concerns seep into the content of this surprisingly compelling story. Also, Jazz.

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #175 "Bayhem"
That Matrix is definitely messing with Optimus' brain.


We conclude with our freestyle segment: what's everyone going to bring to the table this time? Rotorstorm's all about Toxitron, Dr. Va'al points us to Lindsay Ellis & her TF-related video essays, Mr. Starscream's planning his own con, and Megatronus <3 Sharkticons.


This is another seriously brilliant video essay!



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High Definition Gallery for Transformers: The Last Knight International Trailer

Transformers News: High Definition Gallery for Transformers: The Last Knight International Trailer
Date: Thursday, May 18th 2017 2:02pm CDT
Categories: Site News, Live Action Movie News
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): TLK

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In even more news for the Transformers: The Last Knight live-action movie, we have uploaded a full gallery of over 1000 screencaps of the latest international trailer (posted again below for your viewing convenience) featuring Grimlock, Quintessa, Bumblebee's rebuild, a lot of humans (from Carmichael to Wahlberg and Moner, via Hopkins and Haddock), Cogman, Quintessa, Bayhem, Explosions, Optimus Prime slaughtering around, Megatron doing kinda the same, and various ominous bits and humorous bits.

Check the full works by clicking on any of the images below, and let us know what you made of the trailer in the Energon Pub discussion!



Transformers News: High Definition Gallery for Transformers: The Last Knight International Trailer

Transformers News: High Definition Gallery for Transformers: The Last Knight International Trailer

Transformers News: High Definition Gallery for Transformers: The Last Knight International Trailer

Transformers News: High Definition Gallery for Transformers: The Last Knight International Trailer

Transformers News: High Definition Gallery for Transformers: The Last Knight International Trailer

Transformers News: High Definition Gallery for Transformers: The Last Knight International Trailer

Transformers News: High Definition Gallery for Transformers: The Last Knight International Trailer

Transformers News: High Definition Gallery for Transformers: The Last Knight International Trailer

Transformers News: High Definition Gallery for Transformers: The Last Knight International Trailer

Transformers News: High Definition Gallery for Transformers: The Last Knight International Trailer

Transformers News: High Definition Gallery for Transformers: The Last Knight International Trailer

Transformers News: High Definition Gallery for Transformers: The Last Knight International Trailer

Transformers News: High Definition Gallery for Transformers: The Last Knight International Trailer

Transformers News: High Definition Gallery for Transformers: The Last Knight International Trailer

Transformers News: High Definition Gallery for Transformers: The Last Knight International Trailer

Transformers News: High Definition Gallery for Transformers: The Last Knight International Trailer

Transformers News: High Definition Gallery for Transformers: The Last Knight International Trailer

High Definition Screencap Gallery of Transformers: The Last Knight 'Secret Past' Trailer

Transformers News: High Definition Screencap Gallery of Transformers: The Last Knight 'Secret Past' Trailer
Date: Wednesday, May 10th 2017 3:10pm CDT
Categories: Site News, Live Action Movie News, Digital Media News
Posted by: Va'al

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Along with the latest trailer and the latest posters for Paramount's upcoming live-action movie Transformers: The Last Knight, we have also taken the time to bring you a high definition screencap gallery of the Secret Past clip (you know, not the dude one)!

You can browse through 400+ images right here, and take a look at a couple of highlights below, while also checking out the trailer again - dudes.



Transformers News: High Definition Screencap Gallery of Transformers: The Last Knight 'Secret Past' Trailer

Transformers News: High Definition Screencap Gallery of Transformers: The Last Knight 'Secret Past' Trailer

Transformers News: High Definition Screencap Gallery of Transformers: The Last Knight 'Secret Past' Trailer

Transformers News: High Definition Screencap Gallery of Transformers: The Last Knight 'Secret Past' Trailer

Transformers News: High Definition Screencap Gallery of Transformers: The Last Knight 'Secret Past' Trailer

Transformers News: High Definition Screencap Gallery of Transformers: The Last Knight 'Secret Past' Trailer

Transformers News: High Definition Screencap Gallery of Transformers: The Last Knight 'Secret Past' Trailer

Transformers News: High Definition Screencap Gallery of Transformers: The Last Knight 'Secret Past' Trailer

Transformers News: High Definition Screencap Gallery of Transformers: The Last Knight 'Secret Past' Trailer

Transformers News: High Definition Screencap Gallery of Transformers: The Last Knight 'Secret Past' Trailer

Transformers News: High Definition Screencap Gallery of Transformers: The Last Knight 'Secret Past' Trailer

Transformers News: High Definition Screencap Gallery of Transformers: The Last Knight 'Secret Past' Trailer

Transformers News: High Definition Screencap Gallery of Transformers: The Last Knight 'Secret Past' Trailer

Transformers News: High Definition Screencap Gallery of Transformers: The Last Knight 'Secret Past' Trailer

Transformers News: High Definition Screencap Gallery of Transformers: The Last Knight 'Secret Past' Trailer

Transformers News: High Definition Screencap Gallery of Transformers: The Last Knight 'Secret Past' Trailer

Transformers: The Last Knight Armor Knight Megatron Review

Transformers News: Transformers: The Last Knight Armor Knight Megatron Review
Date: Wednesday, May 10th 2017 2:41pm CDT
Categories: Site News, Live Action Movie News, Toy News
Posted by: D-Maximus_Prime | Credit(s): chuckdawg1999

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Seibertronian reviewer chuckdawg1999 is at it again, this time bringing us a review of the new wave 2 Armor Knight Megatron! Knight Armor Megatron is one of the simpler class of figures that utilizes a head armor gimmick and a simple transformation from knight to jet modes. You can check out the other reviews HERE to compare them to this new figure. Let us know what you think of this new figure in the comments section below!

chuckdawg1999 wrote:This is a really cool figure and makes me excited for the other versions of Megatron yet to come. Transformation is simple but enjoyable and the end result is a really sweet looking jet. Highly recommended as I feel this is the best Knight Armor figure thus far.


Twincast / Podcast Episode #174 "Autobot Jedi Newtypes"

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #174 "Autobot Jedi Newtypes"
Date: Monday, May 8th 2017 6:12pm CDT
Categories: Site News, Digital Media News, Podcast
Posted by: ScottyP

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Welcome to the latest episode of the Seibertron.com Twincast / Podcast! This episode features your host ScottyP cutting loose with Megatronus and Seibertron on this, that, the other, and Transformers, too. Buckle up for a journey because this one goes to several points on your map without looking back.

Episode #174 "Autobot Jedi Newtypes" is available directly and in our RSS Feed, and should appear on iTunes, Google Play, and Stitcher Radio within 24 to 48 hours of when you see this news post.

Yes, that's right, the Seibertron.com Twincast/Podcast is now available on Google Play! Be sure to subscribe today if this is your podcast platform of choice.

Some of your Revenge of the Fallen toys, like Bludgeon and Demolishor, are screwed. Melt your time away as you listen to a terrible explanation of what's happening, then come back here and take a look at the scourge of "Plasticizer Migration". Yes, that's science. They're screwed, sorry!

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #174 "Autobot Jedi Newtypes"
Transformers Revenge of the Fallen Bludgeon Gallery
But if it melts, is that more IDW accurate?


Our attention then turns to the recently launched toy line-up for the forthcoming Transformers: The Last Knight. With several toys in hand, we first turn our attention to this latest rendition of Barricade. This Deluxe Class standout protects, punishes, serves, and enslaves our attention. We chat about the unlisted "riot shield" feature, other quirks of the mold, and more!

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #174 "Autobot Jedi Newtypes"
Keep calm and just end this meme already, please.


We don't stay there for long, because there's fun all over the universe to talk about. A short history lesson on Rom (The Space Knight) kicks off some further discussions that range from anecdotes on G1 Ultra Magnus, to Marvel UK, Death's Head, and even Marvel Legends. The agenda gets tossed in the garbage as we kick back and just have a good time talking about whatever's on our minds.

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #174 "Autobot Jedi Newtypes"
Yeah you better watch out, 1987!


Eventually, the train gets back on the rails and the show segues into last week's excellent Till All Are One #9. Windblade's condition is ominous but the ultimate outcome looks to be somewhat spoiled, but that doesn't stop us from praising the other excellent parts of the book. These include the absolutely brilliant work going on with Starscream, as well as the continued introduction of the story of The Thirteen within the IDW Transformers Universe.

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #174 "Autobot Jedi Newtypes"
We'll take all your compliments.


Optimus Prime #6 comes up next, as the first story arc of the comic comes to its conclusion. Megatronus and Scotty P look into things such as Prime's decisions, precise points of climax (stop giggling), and what effect things here may have on the wider IDW Hasbro Universe. There's also some quick look at Wrath of Karza, plus a glance to other upcoming events such as First Strike.

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #174 "Autobot Jedi Newtypes"
But Plasticizer Migration can stop anytime it wants.


Eventually we do get back around to The Last Knight toys, with the other new mold/standout from the initial launch discussed in Voyager Class Optimus Prime. There's also speculation about the differences between the Takara and Hasbro product lines for this movie, and whether or not "differences" is the right word. Will you be the one to take the plunge and let the world know what's the same and what isn't? If you're smart, probably not, but if you do know of any reasons for your fellow fans to double-dip, why not leave a comment about it by replying to this post?

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #174 "Autobot Jedi Newtypes"
The latest way to chew bubblegum and take faces.


Things then get a little... cute? That's right, the Tiny Turbo Changers are here to brighten your day. Or are they just really angry? Grab your blind bags and hold on as we pick out our favorites based on their cute-factor and take a short look ahead to Series Two in this super かわいい segment!

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #174 "Autobot Jedi Newtypes"
Welcome to your doom! It's very cute and cozy in here.


Masterpiece figures for the Movies are moving full steam ahead, with Optimus Prime joining the ranks very soon. With the official reveal behind us, the crew ruminates on whether or not the stock photography is an effective indication of what to expect - the toy is clearly mis-transformed, but just how badly? It all comes down to blaming interns, probably Kevin. Kevin wasn't the star of the intern class, ok, but he tries hard and makes some mean french toast so we'll let this mistake slide like short smokestacks.

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #174 "Autobot Jedi Newtypes"
Meet the new design, same as the old design?


We then go very, very far out off-topic, but after some remarks about Game of Thrones, Star Wars, and even Mobile Suit Gundam, things come back around to Transformers and in particular, the live action films. Just what do we want to see out of these characters? How have the recent movies tackled it, and has the series ever gotten it right? While you listen in, be sure to also check out Counterpunch's thought provoking prompt in this thread on our Energon Pub Forums!

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #174 "Autobot Jedi Newtypes"
There's more to characters than their mere existence.


The show closes out with the Twincast freestyle, but with all the free-styling that's already happened, it really just ends up being "Bragging Rights" for the first time in a while. Podcasters buying things from other podcasters? Yeah, basically. That happened thanks to the magic of eBay bucks.

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #174 "Autobot Jedi Newtypes"
No orange plug required, just a big orange barrel.


We'll be back soon for more Transformers talk. Be sure to let us know what you thought of this episode by replying to this post. If you enjoyed the show, it always helps us out if you share a link to it on social media - don't forget the hashtags #Twincast and #Transformers when you do!

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Transformers Podcast: Twincast / Podcast #186 - NYCC 2017
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