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When it was announced this summer that John Barber would be stepping away from IDW's Transformers as the senior editor, people were wondering why? Today, we find out from the Hollywood Reporter who have had a chance to talk with John and Cullen Bunn about the Hasbro Cinematic Universe, and plans to literally transform the the many properties we are seeing under Revolution, into its own universe of movies as well.

Now a mainstay at San Diego Comic-Con International, pop-culture purveyor Shout! Factory returns to the convention in 2016 with a dynamic lineup, featuring captivating panel events, celebrity autograph signings, a showcase of new and upcoming home entertainment products, Comic-Con exclusive items and engaging booth activities. Fans and convention attendees are invited to join in on the excitement at the Shout! Factory booth (#4118) on the main convention floor.

Shout! Factory, a multi-platform media company, and Hasbro Studios announced a strategic distribution collaboration to bring the iconic animated feature, TRANSFORMERS – THE MOVIE to the home entertainment marketplace in the U.S. and Canada. This full-length animated adventure boasts the voice talent of Orson Welles in his final role and an all-star voice cast that includes Peter Cullen, Eric Idle, Casey Kasem, Judd Nelson, Leonard Nimoy, Robert Stack and Frank Welker. The announcement was made today by Shout! Factory’s founders Richard Foos, Bob Emmer and Garson Foos; and Hasbro’s Executive Vice President and Chief Content Officer Stephen Davis.

The Transformers Live Action Move Blog has posted a rumor sourced from noted Hollywood insider site Christian Today... which got it from Design & Trend... which got it from some podcast who got it from some random Facebook page ...that Ultra Magnus and the Quintessons will appear in Transformers 5. We're skeptical, for reasons we'll go into in the article - but this is notable because it means the TF5 hype train is underway. Keep reading for more details on this game of Internet Telephone!

The Library of Congress has the National Film Registry where they take the best films (at least 10 years old) selected by the public and the library for what they say is “culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant". They will seriously consider the number of public votes when deciding on a piece for the registry. Cartoons are on the list. Since the 3-part 'More than Meets the Eye' series does qualify, all you have to do is email the registry and ask them to consider the Transformers More than Meets the Eye 3-part cartoon series that started the Transformers universe. Be sure to include the year that the series first aired at

The Hasbro Briefing Binder rolls on! We're up to the third tab, labeled 1985 product. This is broken into two parts. Jim Sorenson says that halfway through this section the pages become double-sided, and he wanted to make it easy to reproduce that experience. Head on over to download the two file parts now from Disciples of Boltax.

Follow the posting of the the early draft script of The Transformers: The Movie. Jim Sorensen has yet more Transformers (1984) movie goodness for all to enjoy. This round features the Transformers 1984-85 briefing book that was given to Mr. Friedman to aid him in the task of writing the movie. A lot of this is material that's been seen before, but it's interesting to see how it all fits together. The first part is a collection of pages from a red three-ring binder. You can get part 1 now at from his blog at

Thanks to Jim Sorensen! Last month, a group of dedicated fans pooled their resources to attempt to purchase a piece of Transformers history; scripts and other documents from Transformers movie writer Ron Friedman. The most anticipated among the many documents we purchased was an early draft of The Transformers: The Movie, dated 4/27/1985. Jim has scanned it in and done a preliminary OCR pass, so without further ado, here it is for download! Check his blog for excerpts from the script now at Disciples of Boltax.

An Astro commercial featuring the Beijing 2008 Olympics is definitely an interesting sight to behold. At first, the robots' pieces shift into place a little bit, and start their respective sports like one of those Nike commercials, but after that, things get interesting, which we'll let you watch to find out what happens then. Is this what it was like during the Golden Age of Cybertron? "One shall stand, one shall fall." Olympian spirit, indeed. Competing in the Olympics is the right of all sentient beings.

The Transformers Animated Movie will be airing on the Encore Avenue cable network on Saturday, May 17th. The start time will be 7:15pm (on Encore Avenue 2) and 8:00pm (on Encore Avenue 1). Read More

Thanks to "xSEANxLONGx" for a video review that is giving us a look of Transformers Masterpiece Starscream Coronation Set. The review shows some details of the upgrade pack for Masterpiece Starscream with the crown, shoulder pads, and cape. Take a look.

First Hasbro treated us to a sneak peek of Transformers: Universe Classics 2.0 wave 1 figures and now they have treated us to a computer-generated Generation 1-era video. The video is titled "They Were Always Real to Me" and depicts a CGI battle reminiscent to the battle between Optimus Prime and Megatron in the 1986 film Transformers: The Movie. Take a look at the nostalgic video at Hasbro's Transformes: Universe section of the website.

The first season of the Generation 1 cartoon is now available on Joost. Hasbro has also announced that one new episode from the second season will be added every week. The free service,, is currently available for download. In other Generation 1 show news, the first three webisodes of the cartoon are now available to stream on MonkeyBarTV. The three episodes include More Than Meets the Eye Part 1 and the first half of More Than Meets the Eye Part II.

ENI reports: Entertainment group of SONY BMG Music Entertainment today announced that the first-ever advance dvd screening of TRANFORMERS: The Movie 20th Anniversary Special Edition DVD will take place at BotCon 2006 on Friday, September 29th. The DVD is being released November 7th. Read More

Entertainment news site ENI is reporting that beginning today, fans can log onto and view a capture of the menu screen. The DVD will feature motion menus, with the most popular TRANSFORMERS characters making an appearance. Read More

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