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Transformers At The Moon has put together another collection of previously unheard audio clips to share on their Youtube channel! The latest subject is "Transport To Oblivion", the first season 1 episode following "More Than Meets The Eye". Notables in this are a deleted exchange between Ironhide and Optimus about launching their ship, acknowledging the end of MTMTE pt 3, and Frank Welker's Megatron and Soundwave dialogue having no processing effects applied, giving a rare chance to hear the "real" voices of the characters. The video is embedded below, check it out!

In the continuation of one of the most amazing discoveries in our fandom, Transformers At The Moon has released the contents of another audio tape of previously unheard dialogue from the G1 cartoon. This installment covers all of More Than Meets The Eye part 2, with the new content running around five minutes in total. There aren't any fully new scenes discovered, but some are expanded quite a bit versus the TV broadcast. And once again we've put together stills from the aired episode the lend context to the various snippets of audio. Keep reading for that and the embedded video!

Transformers@TheMoon has posted their final tape from the very first episode of The Transformers, "More Than Meets The Eye, Part 1"! This one is a bit light on new material, but we do get more of voice director Wally Burr directing "body english" takes! This isn't the last of TF@TM's material, but they've finally reached the end of the first third of the 1984 premiere. Click through to listen!

Transformers@TheMoon continues its exploration of a collection of audio cassettes containing dialogue from the G1 cartoon! Today they're focusing on "body english" - grunts of exertion and pain and other basic sounds needed to accompany action scenes. (There's also a single example of mild profanity from Chris Latta, in case you're listening to this in a work environment.) We also get to hear voice director Wally Burr forget Megatron's name - but bear in mind this is from everyone's first day of work. Click through to hear the audio!

Transformers@TheMoon has posted the third installment in their collection of Sunbow G1 Audio tapes! We're still in the midst of the very first episode, "More Than Meets The Eye, Part 1," and we've got another round of deleted scenes! Judging from Chris Latta's performance as Starscream on some of these lines, you get the feeling that it was known some of this material would probably not be used... then again, one of the tapes is labeled "Day 1," so it could simply be that he was still feeling out the character. Click through to hear the audio!

Transformers At The Moon is continuing with the amazing work of digitizing the contents of a cache of old production audio cassettes from the Generation 1 cartoon, featuring never before heard audio of scenes that didn't make the final broadcast episodes. In the second such installment, we have more from part 1 of More Than Meets The Eye, featuring extended versions of familiar scenes, and one that was removed entirely! We've taken some screencaps from the episode to help you establish context, check them out while you listen to the clips, embedded below!

Transformers At The Moon has acquired a real piece of Transformers history: original audio tapes of the dialogue tracks for the G1 cartoon! That in and of itself would be notable, but there are also deleted scenes on these tapes! TF@TM has put up a video of an excerpt from "More Than Meets The Eye, Part 1" featuring heretofore unheard dialogue between Bumblebee and Ratchet, among others. All this, and you get to hear legendary voice director Wally Burr at work too. Keep reading to hear!

With the newly restored Blu-Ray edition of Transformers: The Movie rolling out to retail. It seems the fans are digging more lore behind the Transformers Generation 1 goodness. Check out this new video from YouTuber channel, I Like To Make Stuff, on how to make your own 3D Printed Model of the Transformers Matrix of Leadership. The video is quite detailed with tips on how to print, finish and paint your very own movie prop.

Thanks to Hasbro for providing us with a set for review! An unexpected addition to this year's SDCC exclusives (considering the last boxset was titled "The Epic Conclusion!"), this set features a Cobra Rattler as Powerglide and an unusual 2005 HISS Tank mold as Soundwave. Click here to watch the video!

Shout! Factory has posted two new YouTube videos promoting their upcoming release of Transformers: The Movie 30th Anniversary Edition! The Blu-Ray edition, due out September the 13th, is taken from a new 4K-grade restoration; the second video details the process of remastering which was done with high-quality film elements. Great care was taken to produce the highest-quality image, and special care was taken to make sure Hot Rod was properly magenta. Check out the videos after the jump!

Kids Logic has once again provided us with a review sample - this time for their gigantic Mecha Nations Devastator! This SD figure is taller and wider than a Voyager class Transformer and has a ridiculous amount of detail, articulation, and even an infrared remote feature! Click through to see for yourself!

In a throwback to G1 and the Microchange toys that preceded it, Xiaomi vice president Hugo Barra has announced a new collaboration with Hasbro that sees Soundwave becoming a tablet! Namely, the Mi Pad 2, a tablet popular enough in China to supplant Apple's iPad. The new Soundwave features a 30-step conversion from its painstakingly authentic 7mm thick (nonfunctional) Tablet Mode. The price is set at approximately $20 USD. Keep reading for photos and a video!

Coming by way of Taiguer on Facebook, we've got a really entertaining video tonight. It seems that for a recent auto show, Kia Motors Corporation developed quite a display piece: a fully transforming vehicle! The SUV is seen to split its panels and (very) slowly rise to a standing posture. The "vehicle mode" is of course just an SUV shell around the movable frame, but it's interesting how the final result bears more than a little resemblance to early Diaclone car robot designs. We have the video embedded, so click through to check it out!

We've seen all kinds of Transformers made from just about everything, not a toy. Somewhere, someone is always tinkering with a new idea and it seems this latest one takes the cake, literally! Thanks to Youtuber, russellmunro, who has posted this video from a 6 year old's birthday party featuring an Optimus Prime birthday cake that actually transforms. What a nice surprise! Read on to see the clip and a little behind the scenes on how it was done.

Voice actors Frank Welker (Megatron) and Peter Cullen (Optimus Prime) are brought together for Texas Comicon 2015 in a single panel to answer questions but also crack jokes and have everyday conversation with each other as the voices of Transformers Megatron and Optimus Prime. Hope you enjoyed the video that you can watch below now.

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