ENI brings you to the show floor with an in-depth interview with lTransformers comic book writer Simon Furman at San Diego Comic Con 2007. Watch the video now at our sister site ENewsI.com
Hasbro's posted a podcast from SDCC featuring the Cartoon Network team working on the Transformers Animated series. Get the scoop on questions and answers from Sam Register and the team of directors and designers. Additionally, get the overview of Hasbro's movie line with brand manager Michael Balog here
During the Hasbro, CN, and IDW Publishing
joint panel at the 2007 Comic-Con in San Diego, a preview clip of "Transformers: Animated" was shown. Now we have that video clip for you. To take a look at the intro sequence and a clip over at ENewsI
The IDW Publishing panel at the 2007 Comic-Con revealed some minor Transformers comic news. Ramjet will be getting his own Spotlight but not before showing up in the New Avengers/Transformers
crossover book. Also coming will be a book entitled "The Search for Starscream," which will be illustrated by Don Figueroa and Andrew Wildman. The book will take place after the events of the "Transformers" movie. Read the rest of the panel report at our comic book sister site ComicNewsI
TFormers reporting from the Hasbro, Cartoon Network, and IDW Publishing joint panel here at the 2007 Comic-Con in San Diego! The panel guests included Greg lombardo from the "Transformers Animated" crew; Aaron Archer and Eric Siebenaler from Hasbro, Inc.; and Simon Furman, and Chris Ryall from IDW Publishing.
Gallery: Panel Report & Display
- Animated Prime and other figures have just been added!
Just posted is our first look at the Transformers Animated Decepticons characters from a promo flier passed out at this year's SDCC. See the image here
Are you guys interested in the other news that 2007 Comic-Con in San Diego has to offer other than Transformers? Well, you are in luck! Take a look over at our sister site ENewsI
that has tons of entertainment coverage live from Comic-Con!
Just in are news and pics from 2007 San Diego Comic-Con. Diamond Distribution was on hand this year showing the Transformers Chess Set, Movie Ratchet, and Recon Barricade that can be viewed in the image gallery
The ENewsI clan have safely landed in San Diego and have attended the preview night! Just in are images from Hasbro, Inc.'s figure display from the Comic-Con 2007 event room. Take a look at the 70+ images in the image gallery
We ran into Wally Wingert
at the San Diego Comic Con. He's the voices behind the characters Sideburn and Mirage in the Transformers Robots in Disguise cartoon series. Wally told us he has been really busy working on projects for cartoons and video games, like "Family Guy." When asked, he let us know he recently auditioned for the Transformers Movie. Stating he didn't know if he would get a part in it. Now that Peter Cullen (Optimus Prime) is on board with the movie, join us in rooting for Wally and other veteran voice actors to be added to the movie! Go Wally!
Once again, Diamond Distribution was on hand at SDCC with some new Transformers exclusives and special releases to display. Check out images of the mini Optimus Prime head bust, the Soundwave and Cassettes Wall Statue and a few of the latest redecos from Cybertron in the Diamond gallery
TFormers.com caught up with Mark Boudreux, a 30-year veteran designer of boys toys at Hasbro about the expansion of the Titanium line into Transformers. Mark gives us the story on the newest Transformers line that was originally started as a Star Wars line. Titanium produces 3" and 6" figures that complement the main Transformers toy line. Its no surprise that key to the new line's success is its partnership with Don Figueroa, best known as the artist for Transformer comics by IDW. Read on for all the details on these exciting new Transformers. Read More
Check out pics from the First 4 Figures display at San Diego Comic-Con. On display are new upcoming statues that include G1 Scourge, Beast Wars Rattrap, Beast Wars Waspinator, the GI Joe vs. Transformers SDCC Exclusive and more that you can see in the gallery
The Hasbro Star Wars panel at SDCC has revealed the Transformers Star Wars line will continue with their first combination figure. Hans and Chewie can be transformed together to form the Falcon, complete with lights and sound. There will also be re-decos of the Vadar Star Fighter and ARC-170 Clone Wars Clone Pilot making a total of 12 figures released for 2006. These will be available in November 2006. This line will definitely continue into 2007, promises Hasbro. See the panel report and images over at Jedi Insider
When asked about the information in reguards to Kaiyodo's RevolTech line about possible Transformers figures, Organic at SDCC 2006 hinted that the characters were in negotiations but it would be difficult to try to push it in the US market because of licensing issue with Hasbro so if figures were to be released, one might have to purchase the import version. Special Thanks to Stephane!
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