While we still have to wait until September 18th to pick up the 30th Anniversary Edition of Transformers: The Movie – Shout! Factory thought it would be the perfect way to celebrate the film’s original release date thirty years ago today by releasing a new trailer!
I’m totally looking forward to the new features for the DVD and Blu-Ray, I’m hoping that our friends from Shout! Factory will absolutely fill it to the brim with the types of goodies we Transformers fans have been demanding.
You can totally follow the link here to pre-order your copy of Transformers: The Movie today!
I know that Connecticut last week received the brunt of Winter Storm Nemo with an estimated 35 inches of snow affecting the state but I’m thinking now that they need to take a page from the Japanese City of Asahikawa and use that snow to build their very own Transformers Sculpture.
Image courtesy of io9
The sculpture entitled “More Than Meets The Eye” is 65 feet tall, over 426 feet across and 131 feet deep. 250 workers using a frame to support the sculpture spent a month using snow cleared from roads and ended up being 6,000 truckloads worth of snow.
I’m pretty sure that if I was able to gaze up at Optimus Prime opening up the Matrix of Leadership every morning on the way to work I would be a much happier Vic Sage.
A huge thanks to io9 for the heads up on the story as well as the images you see above.
Wow. Wow. What more can you say about this fantastic piece of artwork from NinjaInk over at deviantART showcasing Peter Cullen displaying his inner Optimus Prime? How about you can follow this link to Redbubble and buy it as a T-Shirt?
This would certainly make a retro Transformers fan happy this Holiday season…not just me…but other people too!
Kizer180 over at deviantART has put together some of my absolute favorite cybernetic heroes in this fantastic illustration, this little bit of fan art demands a full length comic book! Who wouldn’t want to see the threat that would bring Astro Boy, Mega Man, Inspector Gadget, Iron Man, Optimus Prime AND Robocop together?!
A couple of weeks back I posted an incredible piece of art of the legendary Autobot leader, Optimus Prime, by Livio27 over on deviantART. Well, here is his companion piece featuring the equally legendary Deception Commander, Megatron. See if you can count all the numerous fallen Autobot warriors at his feet.