Transformers At The Moon
is continuing to release their collection of original G1 audio recordings, this time moving onto the episode "A Plague of Insecticons"! As is typical of these tapes, you've got the late Wally Burr providing voice direction - and a number of lines that didn't end up in the final episode. Keep reading for the video and a transcript!
Valentines day is coming. Nothing says "I Love You" more than GIANT FRIGGING ROBOTS!
Make it extra special with these 3D Lenticular cards from Paper Magic. The pack of 32 cards feature nine different action images of your favorite Transformers characters. Read on to see the images and more details below.
Amid all the Masterpiece Ironhide news, we find a new announcement from Imaginarium Art teasing what we can only assume is a Generation 1 Ironhide cartoon edition statue. Like the other Imaginarium Art editions, this is sure to be totally awesome and totally expensive. But we're ready and more than willing to want it. Read on for the full teaser, with no word on release or pricing at this time.
It's been a little while, but the TF @ The Moon team has once again released some lost studio recording audio from the G1 cartoon for everyone to enjoy. The latest samples come from The Ultimate Doom part 3, and the followup episode Countdown to Extinction. Of special note, Countdown to Extinction features a few Optimus Prime lines done by a fill-in in place of Peter Cullen, who sounds a lot like Chris Latta to us. These lines were obviously never meant for broadcast, and are another rare inside look at some of the technical side of the making of the old cartoon. Both videos are embedded below and are definitely worth a listen!
The Transformers robots may have met their match in the recently launched series TRANSFORMERS VS. VISIONARIES. After teasing their arrival throughout the latter half of 2017, the Visionaries have officially entered the shared Hasbro comic book universe and are taking on the Transformers Robots in Disguise. The debut shocked fans with a dramatic cliffhanger and garnered widespread acclaim, resulting in a sold-out issue at the distributor level and a second printing ordered.