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Figure King #162 is out on newsstands in Japan, and Toy World continues their public service by posting scans of the magazine. As Transformers Darkside Moon (Transformers Dark of the Moon in the states) is close to hitting Japanese theaters July 29th, it makes sense that this magazine is dominated by the film. Some pages include interviews (all in-language), Evolution of a Hero, showing the evolution of the Optimus Prime toy design from film-to-film, as well as another look at MP-10 Convoy Ver. 2.0 Take a look at the scans in the gallery.

Million Publishing has announced the second volume of their Transformers Generations 2011 magazine. The magazine, out later this month on the 28th will cost 2625 Yen. The publishing has not announced whether or not an exclusive figure will be offered along with this edition of the magazine. The first volume offered an exclusive Transformers United Ricochet and Nightstick, a repaint of Transformers Generations Jazz. This volume will focus on Transformers Darkside Moon, a spotlight on the Generation 1 Headmasters, and a characters profile section with information on robots from the Transformers Universe.

Thanks to Toy-World HK who have posted scans from the July issue of Figure King No. 161. The collectibles hobby magazine from Japan features a larger than normal spread with pages for the BAPE G1 Optimus Prime exclusive, Revoltech 30 Optimus Prime, Dark Side of the Moon Cyberverse toys, MP-10 Convoy images and details, DOTM Japan releases including JetWing Optimus Prime, Leader, Deluxe and EZ Collection class figures, as well as some looks at the card games and more.

BotCon 2010 was the summer Transformers event and now you can check out all the action in the pages of the current issue of the Transformers Collectors' Club magazine. In addition to the coverage, Derrick Wyatt offered his talents and provided the art for Elite Guard Metalhawk and Casey Coller has continued his contributions with art depicting a certain Decepticon warlord!

Thanks to Cybergundom BLOG we have posted new scans from the most recent issue August 2010 edition of Hyper Hobby. The of Japanese hobby modeling and collectibles magazine features the latest Transformers action figures that will be released by TakaraTomy in japan. This month's showcase offers us looks at the Transformers 2010 Commemorative series, new Transformers Animated action figures, Hunt for the Decepticons movie figures and the latest from the Disney Label figures series.

The Transformers Collectors Club has announced that issue #32 of their club magazine will spotlight the brand-new line Power Core Combiners. The issue "features an exclusive look at the upcoming Power Core Combiners line, including a Q&A with our friends on the Transformers Team at Hasbro who are responsible for this great new line," the club tells us on their website. Club members should be on the lookout for the new issue as it is due to arrive any day now.

Thanks to the Cybergundam Blog, we have some scans of the May issue of Hobby Japan. In this issue, the magazine shows off Unite for the Universe UA-01 Optimus Prime, Masterpiece MP-03G Ghost Starscream, Disney Label Buzz Lightyear, Alternity A-04 Okamora Orochi Starscream and Skywarp, Device Label Blaster and Cheetor, and some upcoming Transformers Animated figures, which are hitting stores very soon.

The guys at ModXtoy has have posted scans from the latest issues of Dengeki Hobby the Japanese toy collectors magazine. Much like here in the USA, Japan is experiencing a glut off Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen product. The new scans are no exception with previews of the same EZ-Collection figs we've seen from wave 1 and 2. The new NEST Figures are shown to with Recon Ironhide, Bludgeon and other deluxe action figures we've seen already.

Titan's Transformers Magazine has been kind enough to share their interview with Transformers comic artist John Davis Hunt. In addition to Titan's distinct Transformes Movie comics, Mr. Hunt is also responsible for 3 out of four issues of IDW's Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen Comic Adaptation. Keep an eye our for Tformer's review of Titan's latest Transformers Movieverse comic Training Day, art by Jon Davis Hunt and written by Simon Furman, later today! Read More for Titan's interview. Plus Check out the TF Wallpapers from Titans upcoming issue!

Milk Magazine, a Hong Kong publication, included a paper cut out Optimus Prime to coincide with the release of Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen in it's July issue. Check out these a pictures from HK-TF.com.

Check out the reviews for the latest issue of Titan's Transformers Magazine now featuring Movie and Animated original Comics by Simon Furman. as well as a the last three back issues. Reviews for Issue 20, Issue 21, Issue 22, and Issue 23 are now available.

On sale 19 June, TRANSFORMERS Comic #13 is an issue not to be missed. The 68-page bumper sized issue concludes three epic stories, pushing the action count through the roof! And if you make it through those unscathed there’s an awesome 16-page TRANSFORMERS Animated pull out special to get your teeth into – bursting with comic strip, features, posters and some VERY exciting news! Read More

Thanks to DragonX76 who sends news and images confirming information from an article in the latest issue of Wizard World magazine that is all SPIN! In the 2 page spread titled "Transformers 2 - With a sequel slated - Wizard gets the inside scoop on the robots you'll see in Transformers 2" NOT! They've revealed six different robots they WANT in the first movie. See the details and pics of their bogusness. Read More

This month's issue of Cinefex has a great in depth article about some of the processes that went into the Transformers Movie with ILM and Digital Domain. It has some great pictures including a clear picture of Mountain Dew Bot! Check out your local bookstores for it.

The September 2007 issue of UK Magazine 3D World features an article with insight into the George Lucas animation studio powerhouse Industrial Light and Magic (ILM). Their credits include many groundbreaking movies in the past decade including the “Pirates of the Caribbean” franchise, the “Harry Potter” films, as well as “War of the Worlds.” The following are notes from the article that are both impressive and give a nice look at the process of making our favorite robots come to life on the silver screen that has made “Transformers” one of the highest-grossing films in 2007. Read

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