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Rescue Bots
Star Wars' Mark Hamill to Guest Voice on Transformers Rescue Bots Season 2
Jack - Thursday, January 17, 2013


Rescue Bots is Hasbro's kids cartoon for junior fans. Its not my cup of tea as my fan love ends at kindergarten. However, for those of you who need to be peeled off the ceiling when it comes to Transformers. You will be glad to hear Mark Hammill of Star Wars fame is reported to be playing guest voice role in an episode of Transformers Rescue Bots according to voice director Ginny McSwain on the Rob Paulsen Live Podcast.

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Actor D.C. Douglas, voice of Chase The Police-Bot on Transformers: Rescue Bots - currently the single longest-running Transformers television series - has announced that he will not be returning as Chase for the followup series, Rescue Bots Academy. Neither will anyone else, not even Peter Cullen, as the studio has chosen to recast the entire show using nonunion labor while moving production from Los Angeles to New York. Keep reading for more details.
Thanks to a tip from a reader, we've got an image of the new "PDQ" display at Walmart spotlighting Rescue Bots! It looks to be split between regular Rescue Bots and the "Epic Figures" assortment, the equivalent of the oversized non-transforming Titan Heroes made for Robots In Disguise. Keep reading to see the photo!
Following on from TRANSFORMERS ROBOTS IN DISGUISE, Signature Publishing is targeting younger fans of the massive, evergreen brand, TRANSFORMERS with the launch of TRANSFORMERS RESCUE BOTS magazine, under license from Hasbro. Aimed at the pre-school market TRANSFORMERS RESCUE BOTS is the official magazine for the hugely popular animated cartoon series - one of the most-watched shows on Tiny Pop and the #1 selling TRANSFORMERS toy line for Hasbro.
Hasbro has posted a product page for a new variant Bumblebee in the Rescue Bots line. Knight Watch Bumblebee turns in to a dragon, and has a knight-themed robot mode. As the pictures show, the two included dragon Mini-Cons turn in to axes, and the dragon wings form a shield. As this is just a Hasbro.com listing, no indication is given in terms of when it might be found in stores. We've mirrored the stock photos so you can check out the new figure. Be sure to click the Original Image link on each album page to see the full resolution photos!
Gather the Rescue Bots, rescue citizens and save the world with epic DinoBots! Budge Studios™ presents Transformers Rescue Bots: Disaster Dash! Assemble all the Rescue Bots and go on an action-packed adventure to save the world from the evil Dr. Morocco! Rescue citizens, outrun disasters and chase down Morbots. Avoid obstacles, collect Energon and morph from bot to vehicle to epic DinoBot! Roll to the rescue!











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