By ORIO from TFW2005
Michael Bay's monster motion picture has scored itself some new shiny trophies in the awards category. The Visual Effects Society recently held their 10th Annual awards ceremony and Dark of the Moon won two out of the five nominations. Dark of the Moon took home the awards for:
Outstanding Models in a Feature Motion Picture: The Driller
Outstanding Created Environment in a Live Action Feature Motion Picture: 155 Wacker Drive
Unfortunately the award for "Outstanding Visual Effects in a Visual Effects-Driven Feature Motion Picture" went to Planet of the Apes. The VAS prefers Monkey not Trukk apparently! (Yes, I know apes aren't monkeys) Take a look at all the winners here
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By XJunky from TFW2005
Board member D-Drive has once again provided us with the weekly Diamond Comics shipping list. Up for bat this week is:
INFESTATION 2 TRANSFORMERS #2 Of(2)
Chuck Dixon (w) o Guido Guidi (a & c)
The Infestation threatens all of America, and its evil seems unstoppable as it infects everything in its path. Tobias Muldoon is called upon to help the Autobots find a solution, and he knows the perfect man for the job-Nikola Tesla! Together they attempt to re-activate Optimus Prime, but it's unclear if he will be able to turn the tide in an increasingly hopeless situation!
TRANSFORMERS MORE THAN MEETS EYE ONGOING #2
James Roberts (w) o Alex Milne (a) o Alex Milne, Roche (c)
The new TRANSFORMERS direction blasts off! Trapped in space, their ship critically damaged, the Autobots try to rally what's left of their forces. And to complicate matters, Skids arrives on the scene, guns blazing! Who is he? What does he want? Where does he come from? Unfortunately, not even Skids knows the answers...
Ships with 2 covers in a 1-to-1 ratio, 1 by Alex Milne and 1 cover by Nick Roche
TRANSFORMERS TP VOL 06 CHAOS POLICE ACTION
Mike Costa (w) o Brendan Cahill & E.J. Su (a) o Brendan Cahill (c)
While there is much "CHAOS" on Cybertron, there's no less bedlam here on Earth as our remaining Autobots investigate the accusation that Spike, their trusted human ally, murdered a TRANSFORMER. Prowl and Jazz take center stage as the alliance between the two races are on the brink. Also includes the Prowl Spotlight.
Also of note is the first two issues of both More Than Meets the Eye and Robots in Disguise have sold out and gone to second printings.Read Replies (0)
By ORIO from TFW2005
Earlier today Transformers Galaxy - Hong Kong Fans Group
on Facebook revealed a new upgrade kit from 3rd Party Group, Dr. Wu. This time around, the good Doctor has made a new face for TFC Toys' Hercules
custom figure. This alternate face depicts Hercules "Roaring" in a similar manner to Guido Guidi's depiction of Devastator in All Hail Megatron #11
. Is the face looking familiar to you? It should if you've been following the Hercules Mega Thread as 2005 Board member G.I.Eddie created a custom piece that's very similar. Dr. Wu has even sited G.I.Eddie's work as their influence.
Take a look at the images after the break and share your thoughts in our new 3rd Party Discussion forum
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By Super_Megatron from TFW2005
As we greatly value our TRANSFORMERS fans and consumers, we appreciate the opportunity to clarify and explain the current situation with TRANSFORMERS PRIME First Edition figure availability in the U.S.
We very much apologize for the miscommunication with our great retailers in the U.S. Regrettably, as a result, the TRANSFORMERS PRIME First Edition Wave 2 Deluxe, Wave 1 Voyager and Entertainment Pack figures were posted for pre-sale in error. Final product was not produced for these figures to ship within the U.S. As such, any consumer who placed a pre-sale order with Big Bad Toy Store or Entertainment Earth in the U.S. received a note that their order had been cancelled and these orders will not be fulfilled. While it is common for Hasbro to cancel production and/or shipment of collectible figures prior to being listed for pre-sale, this particular situation was unique. We deeply regret this circumstance and understand your frustration.
We would also like to express that we hear the fan community in the U.S. loud and clear – you want these specific TRANSFORMERS PRIME First Edition figures. While we can’t confirm anything at this time, and the format in which these figures are packaged and distributed may change, the team is looking into ways to make these available at a later date in the U.S. and will keep the fan community and our retailers posted as opportunities develop. We want to make this right, and making these figures available to the U.S. fans is a top priority for the team. We greatly appreciate your understanding and ongoing enthusiasm for the brand and hope in the mean time, you enjoy the TRANSFORMERS PRIME figures that are hitting shelves now and in the coming weeks.
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