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Final results tallied! Check out the results in the full article! Okay, transfans, it is up to you! Hasbro is once again organizing the 2012 Transformers Hall of Fame, and they need your help once again! They have chosen a set of robots to be inducted in the Hall of Fame and they are the following three robots: Autobots Jazz and Grimlock, and Decepticon Shockwave! But just like previous years, there is room for one more as chosen by the fans! So beginning now until Thursday, March 1st at 12:00 PM Eastern time, we are asking for the character you think should the fourth member of this group! Continue reading to learn how!
Attention all IDW fans! To celebrate IDW Publishing's launch of Transformers Autocracy, their first digital Transformers title, we are giving away TWO free codes on our Facebook page to redeem the title for free! Between now and 11:59 PM PST, like our Facebook page (alternatively, just click "Like" inside the Facebook box on the right of the page) and drop a comment in this image ONLY (all others will not be counted) and tell us what you like best within the IDW Transformers Continuity so far. We will pick two winners and will notify you via Facebook along with the instructions on how to redeem the code for a free issue of Autocracy! (Please ensure your privacy settings allow us to message you.) Good luck!
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Last night, I was looking through convention pics of the dealer room floor and looking at insane stacks of "rare" figures...boxed, carded, bagged you name it. When I see quantities like that piled up from big sellers, even when a lot of it had been "sold out" some time ago it made me think. Are we paying insane prices for some MISB figure on the assumption the figure is very rare when in reality there are still plenty nobody ever bought and are sitting in mass in some retailers warehouses?
IDW's take on the Transformers Ongoing title for the last year and a half has focused on change. It's been received with mixed reception, and however you take it, personally I believe every human being is a creature of habit and change shakes things up. Which is why the news of Andy Schmidt leaving IDW just blows my mind. It's reasonable to expect he wasn't going to stay with IDW forever, but I think at this point in the game I sort of really thought he would. Read more after the jump.
This recent article at Kotaku.com asserts that playing a Combiner in a Video Game would be akin to "like playing Call of Duty, but you would only control a leg." Combiner play will evidently not be a component of War for Cybertron multi-player, though in the aforementioned article says lead developer, Matt Tieger, and his team considered it. The author goes on to speculate that this means the concept is untenable. As is my custom, I call BS.
Update: According to Box Office Mojo, Avatar has beaten Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen as the top grossing film of 2009 by $27 million. With two days until the end of the 2009 calendar year, it is official that Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, much to my glee and to the chagrin of many, has topped the box office of 2009 with a whopping $402.2 million domestic gross ($432.9 million overseas). According to the website Box Office Mojo, the closest film to gross as much domestically is Harry Potter $301.96 million, but performed a lot better overseas with $627.4 million, mainly due to the larger following of the franchise within the UK region.
With the holidays here, Tformers.com wishes everyone good cheer! We know you've all been such good girls and boys this year. Santa left lots of great Transformers goodies under your tree. Don't be shy now, tell us what you got. Stop in to post your TF holiday haul or just a note with your holiday message to all - Post Here.
Surely many of you have read Roger Ebert's review of Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, which to put it lightly, was scathing. We won't bore you with his actual review, which begins with, "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen is a horrible experience of unbearable length, briefly punctuated by three or four amusing moments." So, obviously, Ebert didn't like the film, and he felt the need to defend what he thought of the film and what he thought of others who wrote to him or directed something towards him that disagreed with him. His message to you? You're wrong. Read more.
Bobbing up through the online reports of record ticket sales to Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen are the multiple and heartfelt stories about its negative racist stereotypes and other offensive content. These reports are not unjustified, nor should they be ignored – especially by parents. Click here to read the editorial.
The worst thing Hasbro and its retail partners can do is to put the product in our hands and then, upon our attempt to exchange legal tender for it, jealously snatch it back in the name of a poorly regulated and inconsistently applied street date policy. However, that is exactly what is happening.
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