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New Image of Dark Of The Moon Dark Steel
Posted by News Fetcher on August 02 '11 at 10:00 PM
By ORIO from TFW2005:
A new ebay auction has surfaced showing a new image of the upcoming Transformers Dark Of The Moon deluxe Dark Steel figure. This figure pays homage to the Beast Wars character Quickstrike with a similar head and similar colors in the paint scheme. This figure will be included in Dark of The Moon Deluxe Wave 5 along with Air Raid and Autobot Armor Topspin.

Click the title bar to check out this new image and join the discussion.

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Transformers KRE-O Konquest Game
Posted by News Fetcher on August 02 '11 at 10:00 PM
By ORIO from TFW2005:
Hasbro.com has updated their KRE-O page with a new online video game called "Transformers: Konquest". Play as Optimus Prime as you try and rebuild the Transformers!

Check out the game here
Then join in on the discussion after the jump!

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Video Review Of Transformers TFcon 2011 Exclusive Toxin + Extras
Posted by News Fetcher on August 02 '11 at 05:46 PM
By NIBMRatchet from TFW2005:
Protoman is back from TFCon 2011. Here he is, reviewing the conventions rarest exclusive; Toxin by Headrobots.

“Limited to only 75 made, Toxin was brought to life via the hard work of Protoman himself as well as the super talents that are Alex Milne and Josh Perez (both of IDW Transformers fame and super awesome guys)”

Checkout this cool review:



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CGSociety Feature on Dark Of The Moon Visual Effects
Posted by News Fetcher on August 02 '11 at 02:45 PM
By ORIO from TFW2005:
CGsociety.org has updated their website with an indepth interview with Digital Domain's visual effects supervisor Matthew Butler.

The article covers just about every aspect of the computer generated images that rocked the screen this summer in Dark Of The Moon. From Lazerbeak and his many transformations to the "birdmen" scene to overlapping the robots on screen with one another.

Take a look at the article here and then hit the discuss link to join in on the thread.

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Toyark, Thundercats and Hisstank Round-Up 8-2-11
Posted by News Fetcher on August 02 '11 at 08:30 AM
By Joe Moore from TFW2005:
The post San Diego Comic-Con week is always a rough, and usually very slow, news week. But, we still had some coverage for you to check out. So here's the round-up for last weeks news from Toyark, Thundercats.ws and Hisstank.

Toyark

SDCC 2011 Minimates Panel Posted By Art Asylum

Yamato VF17S Nightmare And VF19F/P/S Excaliburs Revealed

Figure King 162 DX VF25 Renewal Scans

San Diego Comic-Con 2011 - The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

Samurai Predator Preview From Hot Toys

In-Depth Look at TVC Han Solo

In-Depth Look at TVC Bom Vimdin

SDCC 2011 Hasbro Releases Marvel Panel

Revoltech War Machine Full Gallery

In-Depth Look at TVC Logray

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IDW Editor John Barber Q&A - Transformers Comics
Posted by News Fetcher on August 02 '11 at 07:45 AM
By NIBMRatchet from TFW2005:
IDW’s new editor John Barber shared his thoughts on Hasbro’s Transformers and G. I. Joe Franchises.

“Q: Would I be right in saying the movie comics are currently done until what happens next with the franchise is decided?

A: I can’t confirm or deny anything right now. I’m just not sure what we’re going to do about moving forward. Its one of the things on the agenda I have to talk about when I get to IDW. We’ll see where everything stands and figure it out from there.

Q: After planning and plotting through three major, and well-received movie-verse comic series - how would you describe your Transformers perspective/history/vision to fans that might not know much about you, other than your work?

A: The thing I wanted to do going into the movie-verse was respect it and what had gone on before, and also tell stories I felt people would want to pick up. You know, if they had never seen a comic or maybe they’d come out of the movie theatre and they wanted some more. As much as the continuity stuff played a role in it—and as big a length as I went to not contradict or retcon anything—to me, the main thing was that you could pick up Foundation or Rising Storm and get a whole new set of adventures with these characters. You know, sometimes you see these movie tie-ins, and I’m not speaking of the Transformers ones, I mean historically throughout the history of comic books, and the worst ones for me are those that focus in on one specific continuity issue, or thread, that someone really wouldn’t care about. You should be able to enjoy these without necessarily knowing what came before.”


You can read more (and not just movie-verse, mind you) over at IDW.

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Auto Assembly Update
Posted by News Fetcher on August 02 '11 at 07:15 AM
By Sol Fury from TFW2005:
With all the excitement of TFCon now passed (and what a great weekend it was), we now turn to the third of the big three summer Transformers conventions: Auto Assembly. AA2011 is less than two weeks away, and there is plenty of news about the 2011 and the 2012 conventions.

First and foremost, we've got the program for the events across the whole weekend. An update went out by email within the last two days, detailing the various panels, contests and other activities taking place. Read on for the full text of this update. The key panels taking place across the weekend include Auto Assembly's first ever Friday panel, celebrating the 25th anniversary of Simon Furman's legendary UK story Target 2006. This panel is hosted by Nick Roche and also includes Simon Furman and Geoff Senior. Saturday will see a panel with Gregg Berger, while Sunday's program includes panels with David Kaye, David Wise, and Death's Head!

Other events across the weekend include contests for Artwork, Kitbash, Mosaic, and Cosplay, a Beast Wars Transmetals videogame tournament and a Transformers Connect 4 tournament.

Another great event over the weekend is that Hasbro UK will have a display of upcoming Transformers products. The display is billed as showcasing some of the latest Transformers available - so probably nothing groundbreaking in terms of upcoming products, but still a nice chance to see some toys yet to hit the UK in the flesh.

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Japanese McDonalds Optimus Prime with Trailer
Posted by News Fetcher on August 01 '11 at 08:16 PM
By ORIO from TFW2005:
According to Autobase Aichi, the DVD that is included with a purchase of a Happy Meal this week at Japanese McDonald's, there is a mention of a new "McDonald's Trailer Optimus Prime" that can store the "Food Straps". The product image in the DVD is in silhouette and more details are to be announced from TakaraTomy's website soon. Strangely enough, the Optimus Prime toy appears to be the Dark Of The Moon Voyager mold with a McDonalds "M" logo. How this toy will be available to consumers is unknown but we'll keep you updated. 2005 Board member has included some screen shots from the new dvd of this new trailer and Optimus figure in silhouette.

Additionaly, some new images popped up over the weekend of the new food strap Happy Meal toys and you can see them here

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FansProject Thundershred: CA-03 Crossfire Video Review
Posted by News Fetcher on August 01 '11 at 06:01 PM
By TM2 D-bot from TFW2005:


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TFCC Sideburn Video Review
Posted by News Fetcher on August 01 '11 at 06:01 PM
By TM2 D-bot from TFW2005:


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NJCC October 9th 2011 Early Admission Mega Door Prize
Posted by News Fetcher on August 01 '11 at 04:46 PM
By DESTRO from TFW2005:
The October 9th, 2011 NJCC will feature many door prize give-away's that will include hard to find sold out SDCC 2011 Exclusive items. Door Prizes will be raffled off throughout the day. Every attendee will have a chance to win! Each General Admission purchase will receive one raffle ticket. Double your chances and arrive early! Each Early Admission purchase will receive two raffle tickets.

The October 9th, 2011 NJCC show will feature a special Early Admission Mega Door Prize! One lucky fan attending New Jersey Collectors Con during early admission hours 8AM - 10AM will be walking away with the sold out SDCC 2011 Starscream Sky Striker With Cobra Commander aka SkyScream! The box art to this amazing exclusive features old school 80's G.I. Joe vs. Transformers comic book art.



NJCC 2011 has just posted up information for Dealers and Exhibitors for the October 9th, 2011 80′s TOYPOCALYPSE!

Do you have a G.I. Joe or 80's Toy collection you want to sell? Looking to trim your collection to make room for the new 30th Anniversary Celebration Toys? NJCC 2011 is the perfect place to set up, sell, and hang out with hundreds of fellow G.I. Joe and 80's Toy Fans.

Join us on FaceBook New Jersey Collectors Con

This is just the first of many updates for the next NJCC 2011 - Stay Tuned.........

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SDCC 2011 Transformers Artwork
Posted by News Fetcher on August 01 '11 at 11:00 AM
By Shin Densetsu from TFW2005:
Here's some Transformers Fan Art that was on display during San Diego Comic Con 2011. While perusing our 1,000+ images we had from SDCC, we came across some that we missed. Check out illustrations of Optimus Prime and Megatron after the jump!

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Transformers Ongoing 23 Covers
Posted by News Fetcher on August 01 '11 at 10:45 AM
By Sol Fury from TFW2005:
Alex Milne has shared the covers to Transformers Ongoing 23. This issue is part 2 of Chaos Theory, the prelude to Chaos. This issue focuses on Optimus Prime and what makes him tick. Like the Megatron focused issue 22, the two covers are face shots of Optimus, both now - and back then.

Check them out by clicking on the links below.

Transformers Ongoing 23 Cover A

Transformers Ongoing 23 Cover B

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Post TFCon Third Party Roundup
Posted by News Fetcher on August 01 '11 at 10:30 AM
By Sol Fury from TFW2005:
Following on from the third party product reveals at TFCon 2011 yesterday, several of the third party groups have posted up clearer images and information on their future products.

G1Uppers have shared a clearer view of the lineart for the head for their Animated Menasor custom. It's going to be limited to 1'500 sets, BBTS and Toyarena are the US distributors.

Headrobots have shared an update regarding Blood (currently in production and will ship out shortly) as well as the first info on Drone. Also good news about Iguana - apparently it's not cancelled as reported, there was just no new info to share on it.

Lastly, Mastermind Collectibles has released some new images of their Hexatron Custom Sixshot.

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Slagacon 2011 Non-Attendee Package Now Available
Posted by News Fetcher on August 01 '11 at 09:15 AM
By Secretcode from TFW2005:
Slagacon has updated their website to announce a Non-Attendee package for their upcoming convention, and for their upcoming Vector Zeta Add-on kit for Classics Optimus Prime.

There has been a lot of interest in our exclusive for Slagacon 2011, the Vector Zeta armor set, and we thank everyone who’s purchased one so far. One of the most common requests we’ve seen, both here and on TF fan boards across the ‘net, is the desire for a non-attendee package. After much deliberation, we’ve decided to open up Vector Zeta to the general public.

Hit the jump for the rest of the info.

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Japanese McDonald's Happy Meal Toy Pics
Posted by News Fetcher on August 01 '11 at 09:00 AM
By Secretcode from TFW2005:
TFW Board Member Ricochet strikes again, this time with photos of the toys for the Japanese McDonalds Transformers campaign. The Optimus Prime and Bumblebee are made of soft vinyl material and move at the shoulders and hips and are based off the Movieverse designs, whereas the food phone strap toys are based on the Transformers Prime designs.

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Telebi-Kun Magazine Exclusive Clear Cyberverse Bumblebee Pics
Posted by News Fetcher on August 01 '11 at 09:00 AM
By Secretcode from TFW2005:
TFW Boards member Ricochet has posted some clear photos of the Telebi-Kun/Terebi-Kun Magazine's exclusive pack-in Cyberverse Bumblebee. This toy was available as via the magazine at Japanese newsstands, and comes with stickers to "dress up" the toy.

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TFCC Sideburn Toys Now Arriving
Posted by News Fetcher on August 01 '11 at 08:45 AM
By Secretcode from TFW2005:
The long-awaited TFCC 2011 Freebie Toy, Sideburn, is now hitting mailboxes. TFW Board Member Mayhem_Prime has had his arrive to his mailbox in Delaware. Could yours be far behind?

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The War Within the Age of Wrath Issues 5 and 6 Summary
Posted by News Fetcher on August 01 '11 at 06:45 AM
By Sol Fury from TFW2005:
At TFCon this weekend, Simon Furman was selling copies of the script to The War Within The Age of Wrath issue 5, and a summary of issue 6 for which the script was never written. We've written a brief summary of both issues for your enjoyment, if you - like us - want to know how this great series would have concluded. Check out the summaries below:

The War Within Volume 3 The Age of Wrath Issue 5

The War Within Volume 3 The Age of Wrath Issue 6

Get up to speed with what went before by viewing our summaries of the previous four issues here:

Transformers The War Within Volume 3 The Age of Wrath

Also be sure to check out the rest of our Transfomers Comics Resources section for more information on Transformers comics past and present.

On behalf of the entire Transfomers fandom, I would like to thank Simon Furman for sharing the scripts of these unreleased Transfomers comics with us. The folding of Dreamwave was a sad event, as was all the drama that accompanied it. To finally learn how these stories ended is a true gift to us all. So if you should meet Simon Furman at a convention down the road, be sure to give him some massive props for all he has done for Transformers, and our fandom.

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TFCon Third Party Panel
Posted by News Fetcher on July 31 '11 at 10:00 AM
By Sol Fury from TFW2005:


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