The official Transformers Facebook page has posted a selection of concept art images for various Age of Extinction characters. Representing about half of the main characters of the movie plus a Vehicon body design, this gives a detailed look at several of the character models that would go through additional refinements before being fully produced for visual effects in the movie. To check out all the images, click through and keep reading!
Recently disovered in the background art on the Play With This Too web site by fans, there are images of a Landmine homage character. When this was posted on message boards Rik Alvarez of PWTT commented "Finally somebody found one of our easter eggs. We pepper them throughout most of our announcements..."
The figure seems to be a combination of parts seen on the Play With This Too figure Astroblast and Deep Earth Explorer, as well as original parts. You can see the sword and smaller/inner robot images that look like Landmind in these enhanced background photos.
Returning for an action-packed third season of new adventures is "Transformers Rescue Bots," the animated series created for younger TRANSFORMERS fans, on Saturday, November 1, with two back-to-back episodes at 1 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. ET/10 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. PT, on Discovery Family Channel. The series is produced by Hasbro Studios.
Planet Iacon has posted an image of MP-05G Megatron still in his plastic tray, but it's the best and clearest image of the Asia-exclusive version of Megatron we've yet seen. All of the original accessories are still here, including the Optimus Prime Murder Weapon Accessory Set of a Beam Dagger and Pistol -and also Kremzeek! Keep reading to see the image!
It's that time of the month again. TAG Hobby has released scans from Figure Oh
(Figure King) magazine showing a variety of new photos of upcoming Japanese Legends and Lost Age EX (Generations Deluxe) figures! Most notable are better images of Legends Arcee, whose G1 paint job is looking a fair bit better than Hasbro's version. Keep reading for the photos, and more details!
Singapore fan group Planet Iacon posted a link to a Vine showing the transformation of Mega Drive Megatron, the figure that combines the Decepticon leader quite appropriately with the Sega Genesis' Blast Processing. It's a simple affair, just as you'd likely expect from a rectangle. But a really nice looking rectangle! Keep reading to see for yourself!
Just in are the IDW Publishing January 2015 Transformers Comic Books Solicitations and Covers. Get the previews on the coming publications hitting stands in November including: Transformers vs G.I. JOE #6, Transformers: Punishment, Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #37, Transformers: Drift—Empire of Stone #3, Transformers Animated: The Complete Allspark Almanac, Transformers: Dark Cybertron, and Angry Birds/Transformers #3. Read on to see all the summaries and covers.
DX9 Toys have posted new photos of final colors samples of their D04 Armor Kit, designed to give Age of Extinction's Evasion Mode Optimus a new look. Taking cues from the Apex Armor (or Godbomber for the Masterforce purists), the set gives Optimus extra armor, weapons and wings and massively changes the look of the original toy. Advertised as suitable for both Hasbro and Takara's standard releases, this set is turning a lot of head. It's expected to be available very soon. Keep reading to see all the photos!
Some new details are just in on the Transformers Masterpiece 30th Anniversary Exclusive MP-05G Megatron Gold Version. A new listing at BBTS has details on the exclusive along with images of the box front and back. This is a special edition of the original Masterpiece MP-05 Megatron with a metallic gold-chrome finish, Destron Leader deco, and special packaging. You can order this figure now at for shipping in December 2014 at bigbadtoystore.com
. Read on to see the images and more details on the release.
This news just in via TheAgabyss on Twitter we have what may be possible news about Takara's plasn to show the new Transformers: Robots in Disguise Cartoon in Japan. What's more is there are details about toys that will be offered as well as some possible spoilers of character names. As always, this is unconfirmed news that should be considered a rumor until an official announcement.
Just in via the Variety youtube channel is a new behind the scenes video from the Transformers Age of Extinction. Here we a look at what goes into the sound design on this movies. Not only does Michael Bay like everything to look and sound cool. He pushed the edge on it creating BIG sounds for GIANT robots. Watch the video with sound re-recording mixers Greg P. Russell and Scott Millan who talk about what is like working on the Transformers Age of Extinction film.
BBTS have let us know about some new product listings coming from Takara Tomy with their Q Transformers series figure that are avaialable in set and singles. The Q-style mini cars transform into robots from both the recent film and the original cartoon. G1 gigures include Windcharger,
Wheeljack, Sunstreaker, Red Alert, Bluestreak, Sideswipe, Prowl, Hot Rod, Bumblebee, Hound, Tracks, Nemesis Prime and two other unamed figures. From the Age of Extinction movie: Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Lockdown, and Crosshairs. Order them now at bigbadtoystore.com
. Read on for the series breakdowns.
Rumors had been afoot of a special reissue of MP Megatron for the non-Japanese Asian markets, and thanks to Autobase Aichi we now have a photo and a release date of December! MP-05G Megatron is based on that obscure comic... that G1 episode when... that limited-release early version of... okay, it's just gold.
I guess only good guys get black recolors. Keep reading to see the photo!
It's storytime on the moon as Alpha Trion reveals yet another
forgotten history of Cybertron to Optimus Prime. But is the intent to help Prime know his new enemy, or is it to ready him for a war still to come...? Written by John Barber, art by Livio Ramondelli. Read the full review!
A Civil War often pits one city-state against another... but nowhere is that as true as it is on Cybertron. Trypticon vs. Metroplex in Primacy #3!
Written by Chris Metzen and Flint Dille with art by Livio Ramondelli and letters by Chris Mowry. Continue to full review
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