Thanks to lots of social media reporting tonight, we were able to bring you coverage of the Hasbro Transformers Generations panel as it happened at New York Comic Con. But in those brief, rapid updates it can be hard to really stop and take in what it all means. So we've gone back over it now, filling in some of the details that got glossed over, and giving a more complete look at what was said on stage. Keep reading!
The Transformers Generations panel took place this evening at New York Comic Con. Among the topics covered were the Prime Wars trilogy in the comics, the animated series being produced by Machinima, and of course the toy reveals featuring a thing or two we hadn;t gotten to see at the media event Wednesday night. Thanks to Radio Free Cybertron's diecast, Anthony from TFU.ino and Ben Yee from BWTF we got a lot of info out of the panel, so click through to read the minute-by-minute!
The question was a natural one: Could a Titan Master Headmaster fit on Generations Brainstorm, or vice-versa? And the answer seems to consistently be an immediate "no", typically declaring Titan Masters to be smaller than Generations Arcana. Brainstorm's Headmaster already seemed to be rather on the small side, so the idea that a line would come out with even smaller
ones was intriguing, and I wondered if I could find enough information in the stacks of photos to figure out just how big or small they were. The answer I got was quite a surprise. Keep reading!
Hasbro's "Twas The Night Before" media event has given us a lot to chew on this year, much more than we ever expected. Chiefly the first look at Titans return - formerly known to us as Titan Wars, showing what we'll be seeing as Combiner Wars wraps up next year. We've seen a lot of great photos and learned a fair few things about it tonight, and we've even gotten a look at new RID product heading our way. To catch up on everything, keep reading!
From the TFU.info Twitter, here's some more photos from the NYCC Hasbro Press Event! New things to be seen include Galvatron's Megatron-like Headmaster Nucleon, the small robot-modeless versions of Terri-Bull and Nightbeat, better looks at Hardhead and G2 Superion, and more! Keep reading to see it all, and keep checking back to see more info as it becomes available!