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 S250 and ACtoys
who has shared some images of the Million Publishing's Transformers Generations 2010 book. Shown are images of the cover as well as interior looks at the Master Piece MP-9 Autobot Protector Rodimus Convoy, Character artwork from Animated Japan series and a nice spread featuring the Transformers United action figures series. BTW, if you didn't notice, United Tracks in the Gen 2010 book has his G1 flames and not the artsy Hasbro version.
Well Transformers Animated is not totally dead, if you are 9-12 years old anyways. Looks like the people at Adventures in Reading still have the love with a brand new book coming from Worthwhile Books that was released late last month. The book appears to follow Ratchet who is dealing with a new weapon called Cosmic Rust. Check out the cover and details after the jump.
Amazon Japan have posted
a pre-order page for the Million Publishing Generations 2010 book that will be coming out on November 18, 2010. The listing also includes later images of the front and back cover with some small previews of the interior pages. Its not clear what the relation is, but Million may be re-offering the Skids and Screech figures again.
Amazon have posted
a new product listing for a Transformers: Prime book that is titled "Transformers Prime Volume 1" by Mike Johnson. According to the description, the childrens book is focused on providing an introduction to the Prime story by collecting all the story that will be shown in the preview event later this month. Jump in for the product listing.
Jim Sorrenson has a new Ark Addendum update for your viewing pleasure. Behold the transformation of Triggerhappy! This week's Ark Addendum veers away from the Masterforce backgrounds that Jim's been covering, to showcase another lovely transformation. Yup, it's Triggerhappy, Decepticon (nee Destron) Targetmaster supreme. Check it out now at boltax.blogspot.com
Jim Sorenson has updated his blog Disciples of Boltax with the fifth and final Ark Addendum regarding the Destron base from the Masterforce series. Why not head over to Jim's blog and check it out at http://boltax.blogspot.com/
Jim Sorenson updated his excellent blog with another Ark Addendum, this time being part 4 of his Masterforce Destron base series. The examination of the Destron underwater base from Masterforce continues. Now we pivot to the outside of the base, with two underwater radar installations, and a close-up view of one of the launching tubes. Read More
by Alex Irvine is out now and as a treat, Hasbro is offering you a chance to read the first four chapters of the book online to see if you are intrigued by the book. The novel, billed as part of the Transformers canon, explores and expands upon the origins of the super villain Megatron and rise of Optimus Prime. Read the first four chapters at Transformers.com
Jim Sorensen has updated his BLOG the Disciples of Boltax
with some of the content we will not see in the The AllSpark Almanac II that is coming soon. The images posted give us a rare look at concept art in the rawest form. Get a look at sketches for Wheelie, Jetfire, Krezmeek, The Lion and the Mouse as told with Victory Leo and Packrat and some other really neat stuff fans of Transformers Animated won't want to miss.
Derrick J. Wyatt has posted a poster on his blog A Delightful Tedium
announcing that he, Jim Sorenson, Bill Forster, and Transformers Animated Lead Writer Marty Isenberg will be on-hand at Emerald Knights for a signing of Transformers Animated: AllSpark Almanac II. The guys will be at 4116 W. Burbank Blvd in Burbank, CA from 1:00 to 2:30 PM on Saturday July 3, 2010.
Del Rey has announced Transformers: Exodus
a novel by Alex Irvine that explores and expands upon the origins of the supervillain Megatron and the rise of Optimus Prime. The book is slated for a June 22, 2010
release. The book was written in close partnership with Hasbro and is a canonical tale that relates to, and expands on, the story being told in the upcoming video game, Transformers: War for Cybertron
. Jump through for the full press release.
Amazon has posted a new pre-order page for the novel "Transformers Exodus: The Official History of the War for Cybertron" by Alex Irvine. The update includes an extensive summary of the story as well as changes to the length of book as just 288 pages now. Read the story of the story of Optimus Prime and Megatron before they were enemies!
Amazon has posted a pre-order listing for the the previously reported "Transformers: Exodus: The Official History of the War for Cybertron" book. The listing offers details on the publication. Authored by Alex Irvine, it will be offered in a hardback edition book covers a whopping 352 pages. The release is slated for June 22, 2010 at a suggested retail fo $27.00 USD. The real news is the extended title suggests it is for Activision's new game.
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