Transformers Go! To Replace Transformers Prime in Japan - Generations, Super GT, and Be Cool Previewed
By Jack on Friday, February 15, 2013
Thanks to twitter user trafes20120505 who has posted scan from a Takara Tomy product promotion, we have news the Transformers Prime cartoon will be renamed to Transformers Go! in Japan. The promo images show a selection of toys from Generations, Super GT, and Be Cool (Bot Shots) that are most of the new figures we know alreayd with the exception of Transformers Bot Shots Launchers that will be repainted for the Japanese market. Check out the scans below for more details on the Transformers Go! series.
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eHobby has once again updated the impenetrable text story that accompanies Transformers Cloud, along with a new illustration - at least most of us can get something out of that. The image shows Shockwave and War/Fall For/Of Cybertron/Cybertron Soundwave charging Rodimus and Classics Optimus Prime, with Laserbeak in the foreground. Interestingly, the Decepticons seem to be coming through a Prime-style ground bridge... keep reading to see the picture for yourself and to check out the original page!
This week on Radio Free Cybertron: Not much this week… just HUGE news from SDCC and Wonder Fest! Combiners, Titan Class Scorponok, Transforming pens, Playstations that turn into Optimus Prime, questionable third party gimmicks, combining NOT Dinobots, Q&A with Rob Springer, we test our listeners and our crew with a Transformers trivia presentation Brian put together for a local con. All this and way, way, way more!
Following on from the initial portion posted about a month ago, Seqart Organization wraps up its lengthy interview with writer James Roberts, touching particularly on building characters and relationship dynamics within the cast of More Than Meets The Eye. While not necessarily groundbreaking new information, it's a great insight to the process behind the fan-favorite series. Keep reading for an excerpt from the article and a link to the full interview!
Jazz reminisces over his role in the war and the peace as he infiltrates a human base to locate a Cybertronian life sign. Things, of course, do not go according to plan. "Earthfall Part 4: Full Fathom Five" is written by John Barber with art by Andrew Griffith with flashbacks by Guido Guidi and Brendan Cahill. Colors by Josh Perez and Joana Lafuente. Continue to full review
MINDBOMB! The humans have access to a CYBERTRONIAN mind—but whose is it—and why do they want it? OPTIMUS PRIME and GALVATRON race for answers, as JAZZ faces the consequences of his last trip to Earth. Story by John Barber, Art by Andrew Griffith, Guido Guidi and Brendan Cahill, Colors by Josh Perez and Joana Lafuente, Lettering by Tom B. Long. Cover by Griffith. Click here for the preview gallery!