It's Friday! That's one reason to celebrate, but here's another: BotBots Transformers debuts today on Netflix! Check out my review of the first season of this very unusual Transformers comedy cartoon. Once you're done, also take a look at my interview with BotBots Transformers showrunners Kevin Burke and Chris "Doc" Wyatt!
Thanks to the kind folks at Netflix and ID PR, BWTF met up (virtually) with the showrunners of the upcoming BotBots Transformers cartoon! The show debuts on Netflix tomorrow (March 25, 2022) for fans to enjoy, but if you'd like to learn about what went on behind the scenes, check out the interview in the embed below!
Hot on the heels of announcing the BotBots cartoon, Netflix has posted a trailer featuring our first look at the animation and characters in the show! If you have a Netflix account, going to the BotBots listing will auto-play the trailer, but Shawflix on Youtube has uploaded the trailer for a wider audience. Check it out in the embed below! BotBots is scheduled to debut on Netflix on March 25, 2022.
After a couple years of rumors and anticipation, Hasbro has finally officially revealed the upcoming Transformers: BotBots animated series! Check out the press release and preview image below:
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It seems to be the week of surprise reveals as Netflix has revealed the long awaited BotBots cartoon is on its way! Posted on their Twitter feed, Netflix has posted a March 25 launch date for the show which will feature the small Transformers who transform into every day objects including electronics, sports equipment and even food! No other information is available at this time but the small screenshot gives us an idea of the look and tone of the show. More information will be posted as it is revealed!
For months now news of a collaboration between Hasbro and Nickelodeon to produce a new Transformers show has been floating around online. Today we get our first peak at this new program thanks to the Official Transformers Facebook Page! Transformers Earthspark appears to take place in a new continuity, possibly intended to take the place of Cyberverse.
Artist Francesco Giglio has been responsible for many character designs on the Cyberverse cartoon. In a recent update to his Art Station he has posted a series of art pieces based on characters from the fourth and final season of the show. I have mirrored the art in the gallery below but you can also visit his page to see artwork from previous seasons!