Cartoon Network recently released a new trailer for the second season for Transformers Cyberverse.The trailer features a look at the premise of the second season and showcases several of the new characters. Some of the new characters that will appear in the second season includes Cheetor, Lugnut, and Lockdown, just to name a few. The trailer also features a look at what looks like the “Spark Armors” that were revealed earlier. The second season of Transfomers Cyberverse is set to premiere on Cartoon Network this Fall. In Season 2 of Transformers: Cyberverse, the Autobots are closer thanRead More
Kotaku has recently revealed a first look at some of the upcoming toys for the Transformers Cyberverse toyline. Each of the new main line figures revealed include a new Spark Armor, which can be used to armor up the various figures. The revealed figures are stated to release in August 2019. The revealed toys include: Battle Class: $14.99 Prowl Jetfire Sky-Byte Starscream Elite Class: $24.99 Optimus Prime Bumblebee Megatron Ark Power Optimus Prime: $49.99 While I haven’t been really impressed with the Transformers Cyberverse line due to mediocre designed figures and poor QC issues I thinkRead More
IGN has revealed official Hasbro images of the Transformers: Siege reveals at New York Comic Con 2018. The reveals include various fan favorites including long time requested characters that will be receiving the Transformers Generations treatment. These figures were first revealed during Hasbro’s panel. The reveals consist of: Refraktor (Reflector) Megatron Soundwave Starscream Shockwave That’s it for Transformers Generations reveals so far, however stay tuned this weekend for more coverage of New York Comic Con 2018. I am quite excited for these reveals and this is especially true for Shockwave since he desperately needed an official Transformers Generations update. The rest areRead More
Entertainment Weekly recently reported about the US premiere details for Transformers: Cyberverse as well as revealing a new trailer for the series. The series will premiere on Cartoon Network and Video on Demand on September 15. Tom Warner, Senior VP of the Transformers brand at Hasbro had this to say about the upcoming series. “When we were designing the look and feel of Transformers: Cyberverse, we were inspired by the classic clean appearance of the original G1-style,” Tom Warner, Senior VP for the Transformers franchise at Hasbro, which is producing the series. “This was the design we initially fell inRead More
For those who haven’t been following the news, IGN has reported official details about the upcoming Transformers Generation One reissues. The figures will be exclusive to Walmart stores in the US and some of the offerings include Starscream, Hot Rod, some of the Minibots, and even the mighty Devastator. Some of the Minibots that will be reissued include Bumblebee and Outback. While pricing details for most of the figures have not been confirmed at this time. It has been revealed that the Devastator boxset will retail for $74.99. The figures will be released on classic cards and boxes that replicates the way the figures were released during the original toyline release in 1984. The boxRead More
Gizmodo has recently revealed the first look at the toys based on upcoming Transformers Cyberverse animated series. For those who are unaware, Transformers Cyberverse is the latest upcoming animated series based on the Transformers brand. As reported last December, each episode of the series will run for 11 minutes and be set into chapters with the first season running for 18 episodes. With the show currently set for a 2018 premiere expect these to release sometime this year. As expected for toylines based on the Transformers brand the new toys will be released in several class assortments. However, unlike theRead More
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
The official Transformers facebook page has updated with new official promo images for the new Transformers Power of the Prime reveals at San Diego Comic Con 2017. For more details about the reveals for Transformers Power of the Primes check out the Hasbro booth photos posted earlier today. As a reminder here are the new reveals at Hasbro’s booth at SDCC 2017. Prime Master Liege Maximo (Skullgrin) Legends Class Beachcomber Deluxe Class Dreadwind Deluxe Class Jazz Voyager Class Starscream Leader Class Rodimus Prime
TFW2005 has posted photos of the new reveals at the Hasbro booth at San Diego Comic Con 2017. Hasbro has revealed the new line of Transformers for 2018 under the Power of the Primes brand. The newest incarnation of Transformers Generations will feature the ability to use the Prime Masters for added play value. The various sparks will be released alongside the various figures throughout the line next year. Each Leader Class figure will include a different version of the Matrix of Leadership as well as a Prime Master. The line will also introduce a new line of Pretenders, which will now be named Decoy Suits. The newRead More
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
Over the weekend New York Toy Fair continued to reveal new toys based on Transformers Robots in Disguise. TFW2005 has posted new official images that feature some of the new reveals. The new reveals include: Warrior Thermidor Windblade Legion Cyclonus Starscream Blurr Heatseaker
Gizmodo has recently revealed some new toys for the Transformers RID toyline. What is really awesome is that many of these new reveals are homages to several characters from the Generation One continuity. Legion Class Blurr Cyclonus Starscream 1-Step Changer Blurr Activator Combiners Soundwave and Laserbeak Warrior Class Blurr Soundwave Skywarp Bludgeon Twinferno 3-Step Changer Soundwave
Machinima has recently posted the next episode in the Transformers: Combiner Wars Prelude series. This episode features Starscream as he reflects on his position in the Decepticon ranks. Transformers Combiner Wars will premiere on the Go90 network on August 2. Source: Transformers Facebook