By Mechafire from TFW2005
While Botcon may provide us with some new IDW details, it's a relatively relaxed week for Transformers comic fans. Windblade #3 has been delayed until next week - the same day MTMTE #30 will be released.
But fear not, for IDW is here to offer us some things to tide us over. From June 17-23, they are putting on a sale
for their Regeneration One and Classics books! They're being offered for some pretty good prices, so if you haven't read them yet, now would be a very good time to get up to date on the Marvel continuity. The Classics volumes are being offered for $5.99 each, with the Regeneration One volumes being offered for $4.99 each. Individual Regenerations One issues are also being sold for $0.99. You can also buy the whle Regenerations One collection for $19.99, and the whole Classics collection for $33.99. Be sure to get in on these great deals, because they only last until June 23!
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By SilverOptimus from TFW2005
Licensing Expo 2014 began today in Las Vagas and it is the source of new materials we keep getting these days; ranging from upcoming toy info to Movie stills.
The reveal of Transformers: Robots In Disguise and Transformers: Angry Birds is also a part of the countdown towards the Expo.
Prior to the expo, we learned that Hasbro will be there to showcase future initiatives for some of their most popular brands. Today, Hasbro revealed Movie Posters of Magic The Gathering, Jem And The Holograms, G. I. Joe 3
But we all know what you really want to hear… Transformers.
Thanks to various Business websites, we've rounded up some info. Previous rumors told us that there would be some info about Transformers: Robots In Disguise. Sure enough, there seems to be some info revealed. However, since these are business sites, they do not care much for the stuff we care. So, we really can't blame them for not bringing us Transformers info.
But like a blessing, Hasbro just sent us a Press Release with details explaining what's there at the Expo. Thanks Hasbro. Read what they have to say, after the jump.
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By SilverOptimus from TFW2005
Transformers Colombia has posted some new images of a Transformers: Age Of Extinction toy gift set. What’s so special about the set is the fact that we have our first look at the Silver Knight 1-Step Changer and Dinobot Slug 1-Step Changer.
The set contains:
Silver Knight Optimus Prime
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By Red Goblin from TFW2005
As we're only less than two weeks away from the release of Transformers 4 Age of Extinction, movie website Collider just shared exclusive interviews with the cast of the movie from their Detroit set visit, couple of months ago.
They're a great read and each of them reveals some cool tidbits and some new details about the movie. (Like how Hound uses his chewing bullet to kill a decepticon)Michael Bay
talks about working with Mark Wahlberg (and how he almost cast Dwayne Johnson instead of him), robot redesigns and shooting with IMAX. Mark Wahlberg
talks about playing a father, how different the movie is, and some of the stunts he has done. Nicola Peltz, Jack Reynor
, Stanley Tucci and Sophia Myles
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By StayingInTheBox from TFW2005
Wow! You have got to love seeing some behind the scenes work on Transformers. Illustrator and toy designer Emiliano Santalucia just provided a gem for us to look at. Over at Mr. Santalucia's blog
we have concept drawings of Generations Titan Metroplex. He went on to provide the following detail about the drawings: As some of you may know, I did some work on that giant sucker. But I didn't do the whole design. What I did was working with Chris Hicks on a concept to pitch the idea and work out the general shapes and features. After that, he was properly designed and engineered, but as you may notice, some spots remained faithful to what I had draw, like the chest area. As you can see also, those panels on the shoulders were supposed to open up. Hasbro kept them, but they are now part of the shoulder sculpture and don't move.
Overall, I believed I had to go for TF Prime aesthetic, I wasn't aware this was for Generations.
Oh, and yes, it's a pretty rough sketch. But many of these things starts like that!
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