Shout! Factory just put Transformers: The Movie out in 4K UHD with a brand-new transfer, and now fans of the 1986 classic will soon get a chance to see it on the big screen again. Read on for more.
Another AR game is joining Pokémon GO developer Niantic's upcoming plans with the reveal that the company is working on a Transformers mobile game. Read on for more.
The Transformers: War for Cybertron Trilogy is on its way later this month! Japan is gearing up for the new series, too, and they've just announced the dub cast for the Hasbro/Rooster Teeth/Netflix project. Check out who's on board after the jump!
The latest addition to Go Nagai's Mazinger Z saga is more than meets the eye! The classic super robot series is crossing over with Transformers in a six-part comic, available starting next month. Get a preview after the jump!
It's a Cybertronian throw-down in honor of 2017's 30th anniversary of the Street Fighter series. The celebration sees Takara Tomy team up with Capcom with two pairs of Transformers x Street Fighter II figures. Ryu is mashed-up with Convoy/Optimus Prime as he faces Vega/Bison x Megatron. Then, it's Hot Rod x Ken vs Arcee x Chun Li. Ryu, Ken and V/B are Headmasters, while Ryu and his foe are also Triple Changers.
Takara Tomy and au are teaming up to bring you a double anniversary present: three Transformers cell phones! While they might not be fully operational in and of themselves, they're still fun accessories for your smartphone, and they can transform into one of three classic characters. Hit the jump to see more!
Add the latest version of Megatron to your Transformers collection! The Transformers Masterpiece line from Takara Tomy features high-end redesigns of all your favorites, combining classic style with modern tech. Hit the jump to see thei latest addition to the line!
30 years ago today, The Transformers: The Movie brought the franchise based on Hasbro's robot toy line, which incorporated elements of the Diaclone and Microman toy lines originally created by Japanese toy manufacturer Takara, to American theaters. On September 13, Shout!Factory will be releasing a 30th anniversary edition of the feature, but in the meantime, they;'ve marked the anniversary of its release date with a look at the restoration process.
The Cemetery Hill doujinshi circle has been bringing Kill La Kill art collections to recent Comiket events. For the end of 2015's Comiket 89, they brought some reprints of those, but the Trigger veterans also had a Hiroyuki Imaishi "Inkbottle" books, and they published "More Than Just A Geek Spark," a collection of tribute art from the Trigger crew, as well as creators from the other side of the Pacific. More after the jump.