Archive

March 10th, 2009

Transformers Animated Snarl reviewed

While still a disassembled pile of Cybertronian technology, Megatron schemed his way into creating three warriors who he had hoped would serve as part of a new army. However, these feral Transformers soon took on an independent streak and became the Dinobots! One of the Dinobots is Snarl, a powerful triceratops and robot in one. Read Snarl's review today!

Tyrese Gibson Still Reeling From Winning Transformers Role

News site Post Chronicle has published an article with "Transformers Revenge of the Fallen" actor Tyrese Gibson. And the star admits he was particularly proud to be involved in the franchise after discovering he'll get his own action figure to coincide with the release of the film's sequel, the article states.

You may read the full article here.

March 9th

Botcon 2009 Landshark revealed!

The official Botcon site has revealed images of the third Botcon exclusive: Landshark! This redeco of ultra class Landmine from the Energon line. It is interesting to note that this is the first time this sculpt is being used again since its original releases in Energon as Landquake and Landmine.

Transformers Animated "The Battle Begins" 2 Pack Reviewed

Optimus Prime versus Megatron is perhaps one of the most classic and iconic battles throughout Transformers history. As part of the launch of the Transformers Animated series, a two pack of deluxe sized versions of Optimus Prime and Megatron. BWTF takes a look at this two pack in this review.

Transformers Universe Legends Warpath Reviewed

Zowie! Bang! Pow! It's a new review to kick off this Monday! And what better way than to review one of the most explosive personalities from the G1 Autobots? Check out BWTF's review of Legends Warpath. It's a blast! Blam!

March 8th

Transformers Universe 2.0 Legends Class Red Alert Reviewed

Early on in the relaunch of the "Transformers Universe" line, several Cybertron Legends Class figures were given new decos as G1 characters. Among them was Red Alert, and BWTF takes a quick look at this figure in the Universe section.

Transformers Universe Acid Storm reviewed

Once just an odd background character in a G1 episode, this Decepticon Seeker has since gone on to become an official character! Check out BWTF's review of Transformers Universe Acid Storm.

March 7th

Custom Halo Master Chief "Transformer" on ebay

Now here's a new take on the "Crossovers" phenomenon with Transformers, a Halo Master Chief custom figure.

Universe Silverbolt Reviewed

Silverbolt, the famous Aerialbot returns in a sleek new form in the "Transformers Universe" line and BWTF has reviewed this new take on the Aerialbot leader. Once afraid of heights and a simple low altitude carrier, this courageous Autobot now leads a team of crack aerial combat warriors. The review includes images and sounds!

IDW Spotlights: Metroplex and Cliffjumper art revealed

Spotlight Meroplex preview artIDW's own Chris Ryall has posted new images from the upcoming Cliffjumper and Metroplex Spotlights on his blog. Metroplex's art is by Marcelo Matere, famous for his art on Transformers packaging. The Cliffjumper spotlight features two covers, one by Robby Musso and the other by Casey Coller. Robby has done work on previous spotlights including "Ultra Magnus" and he has contributed to the "Beast Wars Sourcebook". Casey has previously worked on titles such as "All Hail Megatron" and Blurr's spotlight.