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There is a note from Hasbro stating that some of the unreleased toys might see the light of day in some form.
Marauder Megatron Megatron in a new body, and as a Triple ChangerHot Shot an Earth-mode toy inspired by his Universe figureand Powermaster Optimus Prime would have combined with a trailer and a Minicon to improve his size and power, looking similar to the original Powermaster Prime. Hot Shot and Megatron made it as far as the prototype stage, but Powermaster Prime allspak only as concept art.
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Discusses and shows off each toy’s “action” package art mass released and otherwisedrawn by Derrick J. There is a note from Hasbro allsppark stating that they will never be released, despite their wishes. Retrieved from ” https: This is where Hasbro’s planning to ultimately release Blackout.
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Contents 1 Contents 2 Chapter 1 – Autobots 2. Three rejected toy concepts were shown: Wyatt and Marcelo Matere.
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Views Page Discussion View source History. Hasbro and Cartoon Network collaborated extensively on what such a thing would be like.
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Details the processes behind designing each toy, and how Hasbro, Takara, and Cartoon Network worked together to make them possible. Jim Sorenson and Bill Forster.
Presents information and photos of the main members of the voice cast: Yer gonna shell out yer dough, yer gonna buy this here book and yer gonna like it. Contains info on what would have happened if season four was made. Including the copyright information, title page, foreword and afterwords, notes from the lamanac and acknowledgments.
This section is about the general production of the series, including design, the first treatment for the show, how the show evolved from season to season, casting, scripts, post-production, and of course, animation. Stock photography of every toy released in the Animated toylineincluding some that were completed, yet not released. This book article is a stub and is missing information. Alospark can help Transformers Wiki by expanding it.