The official Transformers Facebook page has posted a new video showing off the Optimus Prime and Megatron Voice Changer Helmets! Voice actors Peter Cullen and Frank Welker appear brandishing their respective masks, encouraging Facebook users to "Reveal Your Shield" - declare your allegiance to the Autobots or Decepticons. It's a short but fun video, with Welker and Cullen enjoying each other's company as always. Keep reading to see!
If your answer is "yes," then Transformers@The Moon has come through for you again! On the tail-end of their recently-released tape for War of the Dinobots,
TF@TM have discovered a session of generic robot kitty sounds recorded by Frank Welker, with voice direction by the one and only Wally Burr! Keep reading to hear.
Transformers at the Moon is back with another upload of lost G1 cartoon audio. In a little bit shorter entry, this installment features War Of The Dinobots, with a few instances of extended scenes, and one marked as having been missing from the episode as broadcast. Fun things to listen for here are unfiltered Dinobot voices, more of Laserbeak clearly being Chris Latta pretending to be falling down some stairs, and Trailbreaker laughing an absolutely inappropriate amount at his own joke. Catch it all in the embedded video below!
Transformers At The Moon have put together another installment from the dialogue recordings they've obtained, featuring cut scenes, and in recent cases, some different names in use. Fire on The Mountain, the second Skyfire episode is the latest offering, and much of the presented dialogue continues to refer to Skyfire as Jetfire. Later revisions would correct that before broadcast, but as it tends to be with these tapes, it's interesting to see how far a given element could have gotten before a change was required! The Youtube video is embedded below, click through and have a listen.
This is a lot closer to what RAC was hoping for from a G1-styled Megatron than Combiner Wars Megatron ever got. Improving the paint and plastic tolerances would make it the clear victor for best Generations Megatron since the Classics version. Click here to read and watch the full review!
A YouTuber by the name of machineheart88 has posted a video of MP-36 Megatron! The second Masterpiece take on the Decepticon Leader is given an overview in this short, narration-free video, and it looks quite good! And the one thing we can
hear are some nice, strong ratchets. Keep reading to see the video!
I'll admit I might be a little bit biased since I have what I'd call a greater than average love for G2, but even among the generally high quality of early Transformers toy commercials, G2's have always stood out in particular to me. Discovering that The Spacebridge, purveyors of rare and unusual supplemental Transformers material, had a compilation of these commercials on their Youtube channel gave me cause to revisit them - and share that with you. Said to be sourced from original tape masters, these are likely the highest quality we'll ever see these. Click through to see!
Transformers @ The Moon has posted yet another tape of G1 dialogue! This one is a special treat, because it's from the episode that would come to be known as "Fire In The Sky," in which the character of Skyfire was introduced... but here, in the original unmodulated recording sessions, the name is given as Jetfire throughout! Keep reading to hear a lot of unused G1 dialogue!
Transformers At The Moon has returned to posting their recently-acquired tapes of G1 cartoon audio! For the most part this video is "SOS Dinobots," featuring some great unmodulated growls and snarls from Gregg Berger, Neil Ross, and Frank Welker. But also, the video opens with a clip from "Fire In The Sky" with Starscream referring to his old friend as Jet
fire! Keep reading for the video, plus a link to the transcript of the dialogue and voice director Wally Burr's instructions!
Thanks to Eric Crownover, AKA @ErimusPrime on Twitter for the tip! YouTuber chefatron, formerly known as fxfranz, has posted reviews of many of the Wave 4 Titans Return figures that hit the Philippines this weekend: Leader Sky Shadow, Voyager Broadside, Deluxes Perceptor & Sergeant Kup, and Legends Class Brawn! These are the first video reviews of these figures that we know of. Keep reading to see!
CNN is reporting on a new real-live robot designed for use in disasters from a company in Korea. The video show what are some of the most striking features we have seen yet, for giant robot technology.
While this one is more Mech-like with a control station in the robot torso for the human pilot. The rest of the robot bears an uncanny resemblance to the classic Transfromers design. This is most evident in the arms and hands where we generally don't see very good articulation.
Watch the video below for the full look at the shape of robots to come
It's been known for a while now that a few scenes were cut from Optimus Prime's infamous charge as set to Stan Bush's "The Touch" in 1986's The Transformers: The Movie
thanks to surviving storyboards and scripts of the full sequence. Now, TFNation has posted a mockup that goes the extra mile, coloring those storyboards and adding sound effects and music to them to give a better idea of what the full sequence would've looked like. Keep reading to see!
Japanese speaking YouTube reviewer Wotafa has just released his review of Demonicus Prominon, Mastermind Creation's Nemesis Prime-themed recolor of Seraphicus Prominon, their unofficial Nova Prime. Besides being impressively large, the figure - an exclusive to the Singapore Toy, Game, & Comic Convention - sports the always attractive "Nemesis" color scheme as well as a lot
of vac-metal. Man, handle with care... keep reading to see the review!
Once again, Transformers@TheMoon has produced previously-unheard audio from their collection of Sunbow G1 cassettes! Today's episode is "Divide & Conquer," episode 6 of the original cartoon. Like "Roll For It," these tapes are devoid of processing, thus giving you the opportunity to hear the lines exactly as Peter Cullen, Frank Welker, Chris Latta, and all the rest performed them. Keep reading to hear!
Transformers At The Moon has another collection of never before heard deleted audio content from the G1 cartoon. "Roll For It" is the next entry, coming in at about 8 minutes of material. No fully new scenes are contained, but there's a fair bit of expansion present, a small portion of which with audio issues, which are speculated as being a possible reason for those lines being cut. The full transcript is quite lengthy and was published separately from the Youtube video. We've copied that in the full post below for ease of viewing, so click through and enjoy! And thanks once again to Transformers At The Moon for this great piece of history!
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