Today we're proud to be rolling out a new feature on TFormers! We call it the Wave Tracker, and it's designed to give you an at-a-glance indication of what the most current info about a given toy is. Are there pre-orders up yet for Power of the Primes
Wave 2? What's the next Masterpiece figure being released? Any reviews or photo galleries of the newest TakaraTomy Legends figures out there? If we know, the Wave Tracker will tell you. Keep reading to learn more!
Reports are coming in that comics legend Len Wein - creator of Wolverine and Swamp Thing, writer of the "All New, All-Different" X-Men
team, and editor of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons' Watchmen
- has passed away at the age of 69. While he is perhaps rightly best known for those accomplishments, Wein was also a screenwriter who worked on no less than four different Transformers series: G1, Beast Wars, Beast Machines,
and most recently the current series, Robots In Disguise
. Our condolences go out to Mr. Wein's friends and family.
User Starscream on Weibo has posted some interesting images! It seems coming to the Platinum line in the near future to observe the Year of The Monkey will be a red and blue recolor of Beast Machines/RID 2001 Air Attack Optimus Primal. For now we have only very low resolution shots of this figure, but more will probably come fairly soon. Seen also with it is a variant Autobot symbol incorporating a primate face in the center to top things off. Click through to see all three images.
Seibertron has posted galleries of the upcoming Subscription Service figures Thrustinator and Rewind. Thrustinator is a nifty freakish hybrid of Waspinator and his Beast Machines alter ego Thrust, and Rewind is a use of the unreleased (in the USA) RTS Rumble mold with a new head. Read on for some sample images and a link to the full galleries!
We have a number of new images of the soon to be released Tankor figure, based heavily on the show CGI model of the character from Beast Wars. Ebay seller lena81822 has again obtained a number of loose samples and provided lots of close up shots, as well as a chance to own early for the right price. To see all the photos of the figure in both modes, keep reading!
Fun Publications has announced the first two guests of BotCon 2012 as David Kaye and Garry Chalk, officially confirming that these two Transformers voice actors will attend after David Kaye let the cat out of the bag
last week. The two iconic voice actors who were first introduced to the fandom in Beast Wars in 1996, will be on hand to help celebrate the tenth anniversary of Transformers Armada. Fun posted on their BotCon Twitter page that additional guests will be announced in the next week or so. Learn more about BotCon 2012 on our information page
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!
While Fun Publications has not officially announced any guests just yet, it appears that David Kaye (Beast Wars
) just could not keep the cat in the bag. Writing on Beast Wars co-star Garry Chalk's Facebook wall, Mr. Kaye told him that he will see him in Dallas in April, which coincides with the month and location of BotCon 2012. BotCon dates are April 26th - 29th. Take a look at our BotCon convention page
for all of the details.
First there was Beast Machines Nightslash Cheetor, Botcon Catscan and then Universe Nightslash Cheetor. Thanks to wangyonghai for photos of what seems to be a test shot of another repaint of Transformers Beast Machines Night Slash Cheetor mold. Full Article
Lead Editor Sems Fir
of BehindTheToys comes by TFans to share even more Transtech goodness with a concept image of Silverbolt
as well as study sheets Optimus Prime
Lead Editor Sems Fir
of BehindTheToys has dropped by TFans
to share some incredible news: the first ever image of a prototype Transtech Cheetor! Check out the figure from the follow up line to Beast Machines that almost was at BehindThe Toys
has posted what appears to be a listing for Beast Machines on DVD, due out August 10th. Could this be the first season? The low price of 11.98 CDN seems to suggest not. Also, this would be the first TF release under Fox Video. You can see the listing here
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