TFNation 2019 Presents Reading For Transformers Animated Season 4!
Via some cryptic and clever tweets over the last couple of days, TFNation have revealed that, for their 2019 convention, they will be presenting a live performance of the original script for the pilot episode of the (sadly) never made Season 4 of Transformers Animated!
It all started with a cryptic tweet for TFNation’s mascot, Genny.
Brunt somewhat reminds me of a Mark V Guardian droid…
— Genny @ TFNation (@TFNGenny) July 3, 2019
Which comments on how Brunt looks very similar in design to the Mark V Guardian Droid seen in the old Marvel Generation 1 comics.
Swiftly followed by TFNation’s own twitter, posting several tweets stating ’10 years’, ‘2 months’, ’25 days’. All of which were just as quickly interpreted as the length of time since the final broadcast date of Transformers Animated, 23rd of May 2009, and the first day of TFNation 2019, 16th of August 2019.
Then, they tweeted this.
Transformers Animated Season 4 At #TFNation 2019 – https://t.co/2cN53K9aTo
23rd May '09 TF fans watched as Optimus Prime and his crew managed to return to #Cybertron with the All Spark and capture #Megatron This would be the last we would see from Transformers Animated until now! pic.twitter.com/vxp2AyPPf4
— TFNation (@tfnationltd) July 5, 2019
This, combined with full reveal on their website, shows what a treat this years tfnation Is going to be. Here’s a snippet.
This year we are -leased to announce that we will be taking a break from our traditional Saturday evening script reading and instead treating you to something a little special. Replacing it, Marty Isenberg, along with some of this year’s voice actors will give you a sneak peek at what could have been. Join us as Marty and crew will be reading through the extensive outline of the three part opener to the unreleased Animated Season 4 ‘Trial of Megatron’.
This will be an amazing experience for any fans of Transformers Animated and something you do not want to miss. Join us as we say goodbye to some old faces, and meet some brand new characters, designed by Eric Siebenaler and Marty Isenberg especially for this event.
Tickets are still available for the show, but remember only Weekend Pass holders will get entry to the Saturday night program. If you are a fan of Transformers Animated and don’t want to miss out on this historic, event head over to TFNation.com and book your tickets.
TFNation 2019 will be taking place across the weekend of the 16th to the 18th of August at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole in Birmingham, England. Guests include representatives from Boulder Media (Transformers Cyberverse, Rescue Bots Academy), Jim Sorenson (Transformers Animated Allspark Almanacs and the Transformers Legacy packaging art collection books, among others), voice actors Gregg Berger (Generation 1 Grimlock, Jetfore, Long Haul and many others), Peter Spellos (Robots in Disguise Sky Byte), Brian Drummond (voice of Beast Machines Jetstorm), Beast Machines and Transformers Animated story editor Marty Isenberg, writers Simon Furman and James Roberts, writer and artist Nick Roche, artists Jack Lawrence, Kei Zama, E.J. Su, Andrew Griffiths, John McCrea and colorist John-Paul Bove.
For full rundown of what to expect and to pre- register, head on over to TFNations homepage.
Thanks to our resident secret hunter, user SHIELD Agent 47, for breaking the news.
So then, are you headed to TFNation this year? What are your hopes for this glimpse into what could have been? Whatever your thoughts, join the TFNation 2019 discussion on the Allspark forums right here. If you are a new visitor, -lease consider making an account right here. Or, if you’d prefer, join the livechat on our Discord Server and Facebook group.
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