New Creator-Driven Series The Spider King Debuts This February from IDW

Steve

Steve

Steve has been a member of the Allspark community since 2003. Spending part of his childhood abroad, he grew up watching a crazy combination of old and new cartoons like Beast Wars/Machines, Saint Seiya, various Gundam anime, Gargoyles, Dragon Ball Z, ThunderCats, Japan's Generation 1, Doug, and Batman Beyond to name a few.
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Originally self-published in 2016 and funded with Kickstarter, The Spider King, from Australian author Josh Vann and Italian illustrator Simone D’Armini, will make its serialized debut this February as IDW will release the international hit to a whole new audience.

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Ocular Echo Unofficial G1 Photo Archives Nearing Kickstarter Goals

Jonesy

Jonesy

Luke Jones is a Transformers guy! Sometimes he calls himself "Dracula." It's because he thinks it's funny. He lives in Arkansas and likes cats, hiking, and Famicom.
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Here’s something you G1 collectors might want to keep your eyes on. Fan group Ocular Echo is putting together a two-volume guidebook that may be the most extensive photographic archive of the toyline that we’ve seen in its 30-year history. Click through for details and interior photos.

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We Interview Simon Furman – To the Death!

Frank Todaro

Frank Todaro

Frank Todaro is a NYC based voice actor, host of radio and live events and long time user at The Allspark.
Frank currently plays the role of Starscream in Hasbro's latest animated series Transformers: Combiner Wars.
www.franktodaro.tv
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The legendary team of SIMON FURMAN and GEOFF SENIOR, two folks doubtlessly directly responsible for a hefty portion of what you love about the Transformers brand, have been hard at work on a new epic sci-fi comic book saga available soon digitally in widescreen format!  Simon was kind enough to talk to me a bit about this new project “To […]

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More Savage Rifts Material Released: Murder Wraith

Greg

Greg

Greg is the owner and operator of The Allspark website and social media. Since 1999, The Allspark has provided up to date news, information and discussion about Transformers, Comics, Video Games and everything in between.
Greg

The folks over at Pinnacle know how to run a Kickstarter and keep the momentum going, even as they hit the convention circuit this weekend down at Austin’s Chupacabracon.  This update they’ve released a preview of the Rifts Murder Wraith. The tragic path for Juicers who sought to extend their life via mad science and supernatural means. Check out the […]

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New Savage Rifts Art Teased

Greg

Greg

Greg is the owner and operator of The Allspark website and social media. Since 1999, The Allspark has provided up to date news, information and discussion about Transformers, Comics, Video Games and everything in between.
Greg

Author Sean Patrick Fannon is getting antsy as the Savage Rifts team approaches the $300K mark on the Kickstarter and has updated his Facebook profile pics with previously unseen art from the upcoming release. If you’re not keeping track, $300K is the final announced stretch goals and will include the bigger player’s guide. This means that previous PDF only stretch goals […]

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Kickstarter Corner – The Depths of Durangrar

Greg

Greg

Greg is the owner and operator of The Allspark website and social media. Since 1999, The Allspark has provided up to date news, information and discussion about Transformers, Comics, Video Games and everything in between.
Greg

As someone who knows what it’s like to run a Kickstarter (all be it a humble one) one of the best things I could have hoped for, outside of direct financial support, was for people to get the word out. To that end, I’ve decided to use this platform to promote Kickstarter campaigns that I like personally — and that […]

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The Allspark’s Savage Rifts Player’s Guide Preview-Review!

Greg

Greg

Greg is the owner and operator of The Allspark website and social media. Since 1999, The Allspark has provided up to date news, information and discussion about Transformers, Comics, Video Games and everything in between.
Greg

The last time I posted about Savage Rifts was to bring up awareness of the Kickstarter campaign that was shattering records by being funded in just a few minutes. I also mentioned that once I got the books I’d review them. Well, my calls were heard across the Megaverse and Pinnacle answered them by providing me with a preview copy of […]

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Bruce Outback by Kris Carter — Kickstarter

Greg

Greg

Greg is the owner and operator of The Allspark website and social media. Since 1999, The Allspark has provided up to date news, information and discussion about Transformers, Comics, Video Games and everything in between.
Greg

Long time Allsparker and all around great guy Kris Carter has a new comic book on Kickstarter.   Bruce Outback is probably Australia’s greatest detective, and his cases send him back through time to help solve unsolved crimes throughout history. With help from his genetically modified Koala and support from his gruff, no-nonsense Chief, each issue will be a great […]

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Rise of the Beasts Series 2 Kickstarter

Randy

News And Content at Allspark
Randy has been a member of the Allspark since 2002 and a member of the News and Content Team since 2007.Little known secret, his favorite Transformer is Skywarp.

Fans of Battle Beasts and M.U.S.C.L.E. may want to check out the following Kickstarter for Series 2 of the Rise of the Beasts line!  These figures are made of PVC and feature 4 to 5 points of articulation.  They stand about 2 1/2 inches tall and each comes with a weapon.  Check out more about these figures on our forums […]

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Introducing the Transforfun WooBots

Chris

Chris

Chris Patrick (Random Items) is a fan of all things vintage and retro, with a particular fondness for 1980s robots, classic video games, and anything that blends those two things.

Chris joined the Allspark community in 2002 and has been a member of the News and Content team since 2014.
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We’ve had Transformers made out of plastic, and solid metal Transformers, and many that blended the two. But if you’ve ever found yourself wondering what other materials transforming robot toys could be made from, Canadian toymaker Bamloff has something neat to show you.

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