The mystery of the ruined Lost Light is solved! But when a way is found to restore things to normal, what will be the price to bring everything back? "The Road Not Taken", More Than Meets The Eye 33, written by James Roberts, pencils by Alex Milne, with inks by Brian Schearer and John Wycough, and colors by Joana Lafuente. Read the full review!
IDW has provided the full preview for this month's issue of More Than Meets The Eye. This one is unusually spoily as to the nature of what's been going on during this storyline, so please be aware before clicking through to read these preview pages if you want to wait and have the mystery revealed when the full issue hits shops this Wednesday!
Finally, Previews has lineart-stage pages from the first issue of the Angry Birds/Transformers crossover miniseries. Not as far along as the other early looks, this still shows a taste of what the visual end of this book is about, presumably from the portion of the book not illustrated by Livio Ramondelli. Keep reading to see all three pages.
Previews has been given three pages from the first issue of the upcoming Drift focused miniseries, Empire of Stone. Much like the Transformers 35 preview, no dialogue has been added to this, letting you see the full page art in an otherwise finished, colored state. If you've been looking for the return of Drift since his wrongful dismissal from the Lost Light last year, this may be the title for you when it ships later this year!
The book formerly subtitled Robots in Disguise is set to become simply The Transformers, and so we have via a Previews feature article three pages from the upcoming issue 35 which, while having no dialogue added yet, show an operation over Earth seemingly overseen by Prowl. This issue is due to hit in mid-November, so we still have a while before proper previews hit, but for now enjoy the clean art!
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In advance of tomorrow's digital release of Age of Extinction and the home video release in two weeks, USAToday has posted an exclusive featurette showing some of the filming process- namely, the part of the process that involves things exploding. One crewmember boasts of "ten or twelve pounds of black powder" per shot, and actors and crew alike express their surprise at the scope of the practical effects. Keep reading to see the video!
YouTuber Charles from RocketPunchArmy has reviewed Rollbar from the upcoming Age of Extinction Platinum Edition Breakout Battle set. As has happened with the other Transformers films, Rollbar is a new character based on a non-transforming movie vehicle. In this case the mold is Generations Skids with an elaborate white and purple color scheme. Keep reading to see the video!
Andrew Wildman is selling five signed editions of the convention-exclusive version of ReGen One number 100 on eBay, complete with sketches of Rodimus on the included backing boards. ReGeneration One was Simon Furman's "completion" of the original Marvel G1 storyline with art primarily by Wildman with issues by Guido Guidi and guest art by a variety of other TF art notables like Geoff Senior. Keep reading to see the images and a link to Wildman's eBay page!
Shartimus Prime swoops in with another of his video reviews for the Bullsfire DB-01 Air Strike action figure. You're eye don't deceive you, that is a homage to the G1 Swoop character is highly coveted Transformers Masterpiece scale, OH YEAH! Get the details on the chormed birdy with a full walk through of the unbox, robot mode, transformation and break down of the Dino mode! Be sure to peck at the image gallery where the high quality stills are waiting to be drooled over.
hird party Transformers news for the week ending September 13th, 2014.
Includes the latest news from the BMOG Toys, Bullsfire, FansProject, Keith's Fantasy Club, Mastermind Creations, Unique Toys X2 Toys and X-Transbots,
Screen shot this week is a robot from the 2013 film Atlantic Rim.
News flash! First teased at Auto Assembly 2014, and now released to WikiAlpha.org and Retro Robot Radio comes your first glimpse of the Keith's Fantasy Club 'Con jet/tank combiner cassettes.
KFC has a new recipe for action with recolors of their Airdancer cassette combiner as some of your favorite 'con leaders and jet troops.
Did you ever look at Generations Jetfire and think to yourself, "that toy doesn't have nearly enough chrome on it"? Well, The Malaysia branch of Hasbro Asia would seem to agree, as Planet Iacon has shared an image of a contest flyer to win a lucky draw version of the toy coated in silver chrome ...in addition to all the typically red chromed elements. Yes, now three lucky Malaysian fans could have the chance to win a Jetfire covered entirely in chrome! Check out the full size image below!
Sarah Stone has earned a lot of attention lately with her beautiful art style that many were introduced to by her work on the Windblade miniseries. Since then she's done alternate covers for many other issues. Today she's posted a step-by-step of her process, using the anniversary incentive cover from MTMTE 33 as an example. Keep reading to see the preview images along with Sarah's introduction and link back to her tumblr blog post!
Hisashi Yuki must be proud of Star Saber or something, because he just can't stop tweeting photos of the hand-painted color prototype piece! This latest effort to make us all extremely sad that it's not March 2015 already doesn't give us anything new about the toy itself, but we get to have another look at the design details and see the toy in a generic hero-style pose. Has Yuki-san's photo barrage convinced you to place a preorder yet? My resistance is sure getting thin...
Previews Magazine have posted a new article: Truth, Trouble, and Turnaround for New Transformers Titles! Those who have been following the comics, will be glad to know Transformers takes over the cover of Previews with a big showcase of new comics coming including Angry Birds, Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye, Primacy, Empire of Stone and more! Read on to see the details and preview covers and comic art work now!
Turned off by the chromed parts of Generations Jetfire? If you don't want to pay extra for a chrome-free Takara release, you may not have to resign yourself to just living with it. Cheetimus of Cheets' Tweaks has posted a video showing an easy and relatively safe method to remove vac metal chrome from plastic using two commonly available chemical products, first removing the clear red paint layer, then dissolving the chrome itself until bare plastic is all that's left. Check out the video embedded below!
Just in are some new Transformers RID catalog images by way of Transformers Columbia on Facebook. The retailer distributed guide offers up some looks at whats to come as well come from RID toy line. Included are previews of the Legion, Hyperchange heroes, One-step changers, 6" Titan Guardians and 12" Titan Heroes figures. There is also a reveal of a RID Cartoon Network debut coming on March 15, 2015. Not sure is that is for Columbia and ot the USA as well. Read on to see the images and more details now.