A couple years ago,
we reported on something then known as "The Transformers Experience" that was being promised by Victory Hill Exhibitions. That project seems to now be taking shape as Transformers: Autobots Alliance,
and we've found clips of the voice cast, the making of the score with composer Ram Khatabakhsh, and even a look at the CGI model of Primus that will figure into the event. Keep reading for more!
One more video from our Hascon VIP Dinner Event reporter, Eric Crownover. He captured the special presentation videos shown before the Hall of Fame inductions of Susan Blu and movie series producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura. One was a minutes-long collection of congratulations and well wishes from celebrities and notable individuals in the world of movies, the other was 30 seconds of Arcee clips. We'll let you sort out which presentation went with which person, and then you can click through to watch the video embedded below!
If you ever wanted to see just how talented scratch-builders and prop and model makers were, we have an example that's both impressive and Transformers-relevant for you today. Odin Makes on Youtube has a new episode featuring the classic Matrix of Leadership, showing (more or less) each step along the way in going from basic materials to finished, painted, light-up Autobot Plot Device - and it takes less than 15 minutes to get there! ...Unless you're Odin and then it probably actually took many labor-hours. Check out the video embedded below to see the process and results!
has posted his videos from the TFNation 2017 panel on the G1 episode "Heavy Metal War"! In these videos - timed to go along with the live presentation at the con - storyboards are compared to the final animation, the differences between that animation and the error-filled rough cuts are shown, and a series of extended and deleted scenes are reconstructed with a combination of the recently-discovered G1 dialogue tapes and the storyboards! Keep reading to see!
Facebook page has posted videos from ACGHK, one of the major Hong Kong shows! The videos below show off the Hasbro booth among other things, which details most of this year's Titans Return offerings up through wave 5 along with Transformers: The Last Knight
and a look at this year's SDCC exclusives. And a lot more Transformers-related videos from the show, so keep reading to see!
Rather than episode content, Transformers At The Moon has posted a rather ...unique... entry from their collection of studio recording tapes from the production of the G1 cartoon. "Laserbeak Library Sounds" is much as the name would imply, a collection of various Laserbeak vocalizations which presumably can be dropped in for any occasion in a given episode. In the meantime, you get to hear around 4 minutes of Chris Latta sounding like he's getting tortured, at the direction of Wally Burr! The video is embedded below, so check it out!
"Holy Halogen Luminators!"
Transformers@TheMoon has posted another in their collection of audio recordings from the original Transformers cartoon! After starting off with some more Ravage snarls, we move into crowd noises and proceed into the episode until we find Spike, Brawn, and Bumblebee in a super-heated deathtrap with dialogue not aired... keep reading to hear!
Just in from Ruptly TV, we have news of a father and son team inspired by the 'Transformers' film have created their own car-robot, built from a Russian-made 'Lada' vehicle. The Russian version of the Optimus Prime Transformer was demonstrated at a stunt show in Oryol, Thursday.
Thanks agian to TF@Moon - This video contains cut & altered audio from the Transformers Generation One episode The Ultimate Doom Part 1. The audio is from an original cassette tape of session that took place when Dan Gilvezan was not present and so Wally Burr read his lines. The video ends with the full audio recording from the "human horde" session that would ultimate be spliced into place during final editing.
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!
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