The Transformers Dark of the Moon
by Peter David is not out yet, but Comic Book Movie got an advanced copy and provided a spoiler-full
review of the book. The review provides a very quick overview of the movie and provides some spoilers and plot-twists to go along with it. If you really want to be spoiled even further
than you already have
, then be sure to head over to Comic Book Movie
. After reading, feel free to post spoiler-filled
thoughts in the Disqus and/or forums.
Amazon has updated the product page for the Transformers Dark of the Moon
novel by Peter David to add the book description, which reveals a little about what we should expect in the film when it hits theaters July 1, 2011. "All humankind was watching that fateful day in 1969. But only a handful knew the real mission behind America’s triumph in space," the description starts out. "Now the treacherous Decepticons have set their sights on unearthing government secrets. The only hope of averting a crisis rests on the Autobots—yet who knows what remains in the shadows, hidden from man and machine?" The book hits book shelves near you on May 24, 2011.
Amazon, the online seller of pretty much everything, has posted some information about the TransformersvDark of the Moon: A Novel
, the adaptation of the film of the same name coming out this summer. The book is written by Peter David
, as he announced back in December of 2010, only to announce a short time afterwards that it is complete. The book will hit book stores on May 24, 2011 and will be 400 pages long, according to the Amazon product listing
. Published by Del Rey, the book be sold for $7.99 on the website. It does not seem like the book will have an eBook variant.
Unicron.com has posted an interview with the author of the Transformers: Exodus book, Alex Irvine. Get the scoop on how Irvine came to writing the book and how the story came together with the help of Hasbro and a lot of research. There's discussion of the upcoming sequel book and some juicy tidbits given away. Are you ready for space bridges? Read the full interview now at unicron.com
Peter David has announced
that Del Rey has hired him to produce the novel version of Transformers: Dark of the Moon
. Posting on the blog on his official website, Mr. David says that he is currently working on the book but cannot disclose any plot information due to a non-disclosure agreement. Mr. David's credits include book adaptations of the three live-action Spider-Man films, and The Incredible Hulk.
Thanks to Kaiser over at HK-TF.com who has posted scans from August 17 release of Transformers Generations 2009 Volume 3 from publisher Million Publishing. The last release in the series covers includes information about the ghost Starscream story, the mail-away exclusives Skids and Screech, coverage of the Japanese Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen line, images and information from Tokyo premiere of ROTF, design sketches for Alternity Bumblebee and a prototype showing a possible Human Alliance Ratchet is/was on the drawing board.
From Simon Furman's BLOG: Next stop on the 09 signing/convention trail is the annual San Diego comicon. I’ll be attending this year, Friday through Sunday (July 24th to 26th), and apart from hanging around the Hyatt bar I’ll be popping up here and there for official events/signings throughout the weekend.
Amazon has posted an update with the final book cover for the Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (Mass Market Paperback) by Alan Dean Foster. For those of you following the build up to the movie. Here's a big ol' bite for you to chew on. If this book is anything like the 1007 novel, you're gonna in for another great ride into the world of the Transformers as only a seasoned Science Fiction writer like Alan Dean Fostercan tell. Check out the cover, book summary and details.
New Revenge of the Fallen Pre-orders available at Amazon and Target have several new Transformers items up for order including Revenge of the Fallen: The Veiled Threat by New York Times bestselling author Alan Dean Foster, and Transformers: The Art of the Movies, by the TF Man himself, Simon Furman. Plus don't miss the Revenge of the Fallen Posters. Click here for more RotF merchandise.
Wizard has released
that some additional information that will appear in Toyfare #140, which came out today among other things
, will feature an interview with Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
producer Lorenzo DiBonaventura, and a look at Hasbro’s upcoming movie toys. Hopefully this will help those of you who were on the fence about whether or not to get the darn thing.
Alan Dean Foster will be penning the "Transformers The Veiled Threat," according Del Rey Online
. The book is a 304-page movie tie-in and will be released on April 28, 2009 for $7.99. A cover is currently unavailable, but is available for pre-order on the Del Rey website as well as a couple of major
Amazon.com now has three Transformers Revenge of the Fallen books listed for sale from Reader's Digest and other authors. The titles include: "Transformers Revenge of the Fallen Mix and Match," "Revenge of the Fallen I am Optimus prime," and "Revenge of the Fallen Coloring And Activity." Check out the book details and summaries here
Amazon Canada has put up pre-order listings for a number of Transformers Revenge of the Fallen books that will be released on May 6, 2009. Some book titles are listed as Revenge of the Fallen Gatefold, I can read 1, I can read 2 and about 10 more publications coming from Harper Collins. Check out the listings now online at Amazon Canada
Simon Furman has announced
his most recent contribution to Transformers literature in the form of Top Trumps Transformers published by Haynes Publishing. Retailing for $9.95 (£4.99), the 192 page pocket-sized book features illustrations, profiles, and detailed specs, which make it "the first truly comprehensive guide to the movie," says Mr. Furman. He says that his book was inspired by the "Transformers" cards by collectibles company Topps
. Check out some sample pages
that Mr. Furman provided.
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