Spatiotemporal Challengers Part 3 – The GoBots Need YOUR Help!

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Callum

Callum

Callum somehow managed to avoid Transformers during his actual childhood, but then the live-action films piqued his interest, Animated suckered him in, and IDW's comics made sure he stuck around.
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The third instalment in “Spatiotemporal Challengers” – the prose story series chronicling the adventures of the GoBots in the Shattered Glass universe – has been released, and in a unique twist, you – yes, you – will decide the outcome of their tale! Read on for details!

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TCC Prose Fiction: Spaciotemporal Challengers Part 1

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Callum

Callum

Callum somehow managed to avoid Transformers during his actual childhood, but then the live-action films piqued his interest, Animated suckered him in, and IDW's comics made sure he stuck around.
Callum

The Transformers Collectors’ Club has released a new, free-to-read prose story on their website – Part 1 of “Spaciotemporal Challengers”, starring the GoBots!

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Best Of Botcon: The Japanese Perspective

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MrBlud is one of the "highly esteemed" moderators of Transformers Discussion and the Convention forum here on the Allspark. He also occasionally helps post news articles. He likes both the robots and the ponies and would probably cop to liking G.I Joe too if you corner him,

The Japanese Perspective was, for my money, one of the most informative panels of the entire Convention. It was run by Andrew Hall, Hayato Sakamoto and Jim Sorenson. The panel was broken down into three major areas and we’ll cover each below. The first part was a look at different Japanese Transformers artists. The first one was Kei Zama. They […]

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Details for the BotCon 2015 Japan Perspective Panel Revealed, Another Collection Up for Sale

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Andrew “Hydra” Hall has stopped by to inform Allspark users just what they can expect for the “Japanese Perspective” panel at next weekend’s BotCon 2015. Andrew will lead the panel as Hayato Sakamoto and Jim Sorenson join him in discussing the state of Transformers, and more precisely Transformers artwork, in the country. There will also be loads of concept art shown […]

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