Machinama has updated their official Facebook page with a new trailer for Transformers: Titan Returns. The latest trailer features a look at some of the characters in the series including the monstrous Trypticon. Transformers: Titans Return will premiere on the go90 network on November 14.
The official Machinima Facebook page has updated with a behind the scenes video for the upcoming Transformers: Titan Returns animated series. The video is narrated by producers Adam Beechen & F.J. Desanto as they talk about the characters in the series as well as some of the voice cast. Transformers: Titan Returns will premiere on the go90 network on November 14.
DenofGeek has recently reported new details for the Transformers: Titan Return animated series by Machinima. For those who are unaware the Transformers: Titans Return animated series will premiere exclusively on the go90 network this November. Each episode of the series will run for 11 minutes and the series will consist of 10 episodes. DenofGeek also provided some new promotional images, an official poster, and a synopsis for the series. Picking up right where the destruction of the Combiner Wars left off, TITANS RETURN takes the action of the Prime Wars Trilogy to new ‘heights,’ and features returnRead More
Takara Tomy has recently revealed that they will be reissuing Transformers Generations Metroplex. Transformers Legends LG – EX Metroplex will include all the contents of the previous release and is set to be released in January 2018 priced at 27,000 Yen. The figure will include: Scamper Large Blasters X 2 Blaster X 2 The original Japanese version of Metroplex was released by Takara Tomy in 2013 so it is great to see the figure get reissued to go alongside Trypticon.
Variety has reported some new casting details about the upcoming Transformers: Titan Returns animated series. Peter Cullen will be reprising his role as Optimus Prime and he will be joined by Wil Wheaton, Judd Nelson, Michael Dorn, and Jason David Frank. Jon Bailey originally voiced Optimus Prime in Transformers: Combiner Wars so it will be interesting to see Peter Cullen return as the character alongside Judd Nelson. The project will be overseen by F.J. DeSanto, who worked on Transformers: Combiner Wars. The series is next installment in the Transformers “Prime Wars” trilogy and will premiere on the GO90 network this November. The series will be available on the service worldwide,Read More