Transformers: The Last Knight just kicked off production, and the social media promotion has already been in full swing. Michael Bay just took to Twitter to show off the latest incarnation of Bumblebee.
An untested leader, a gung-ho cadet, a rebellious youth and a hulking brute stranded on Earth with a hundred or so of the galaxy's toughest Decepticons. I haven't been this excited about a new Transformers animated series since Beast Wars.
Ever since Hot Rod metamorphosed into Rodimus Prime in the 1986 animated Transformers movie, fans have been envisioning what other prominent Autobots would look like wielding the Matrix of Leadership. Arise, Bumblebee Prime.
Here's a short and very shiny-looking teaser that San Diego Comic-Con attendees got to see for the new Transformers series, Robots in Disguise. Those Autobots sure love their three-point landings, don't they?
I don't care which universe he's in, plucky yellow Autobot Bumblebee always rocks. And hey, that's two voice actors Activision doesn't have to hire!
Arise, Bumblebee Prime? The tiny yellow Volkswagen that cost like $3 back in 1984 finally nabs a show-runner spot, as The Hub Network announces he'll lead a fresh team of Autobots in a new Transformers animated series, in production for 2015.
Walking around the PAX East show floor, you're bound to see some crazy cosplay inventions. From simple hats to elaborate costumes, these gamer and anime fans run the gamut.
Hours after running this morning's review of Transformers: War for Cybertron, a package showed up on my doorstep featuring the toy versions of two of the game's Autobot stars.
Remember that painfully adorable Voltron cosplayer Ash posted about a few days ago? Well, that was nothing.
It's sort of disappointing to get a Transformer DS case and stylus only to find that it doesn't do anything other than sit there.