Join our Autobot Alliance on Transformers Earth Wars

If you play the mobile game Transformers Earth Wars, and you're looking for a good Autobot Alliance to join, then seek us out in the game. We're called… [more]

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TheTF.Net Northern Meet

It's been six months since we last bothered updating this site. Not because we've lost our love for Transformers, but because we really can't be bothered… [more]

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Transformers Fall of Cybertron trailer featuring Metroplex

Activision has just released a new trailer for Transformers Fall of Cybertron on PS3, Xbox 360 and PC. This trailer features the city sized Autobot Metroplex,… [more]

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Eight Weeks Until Auto Assembly 2012

Eight Weeks Until Auto Assembly 2012 It's hard to believe that we are now just eight weeks away from Auto Assembly 2012, Europe's Largest Transformers… [more]

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Transformers: Art of the Movies Still On Its Way?

With all the Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen news, you may have over looked the fact that one piece of merchandise has disappeared off the radar. Transformers: The Art of the Movies, from Simon Furman, was due to feature lots of nice pieces of art from the 2 movies, but has not been seen since it’s original release date was 19th June, but it’s almost 2 weeks later with no news from the publisher Titan Books.

The live action “Transformers” movie finally hit the big screen in 2007, and proved to be well worth the wait: a critical and commercial smash hit, it grossed over $700 million worldwide, and amazed audiences with its jaw-dropping special effects. June 2009 sees the release of an even bigger sequel: “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen“. But how did Director Michael Bay and his team pull it off, and make audiences believe these giant alien robots were real? Beginning with a concise history of “Transformers”, from toy to movie franchise, the book looks in depth at the making of both movies, with exclusive interviews and over 200 stunning images. Packed with previously unpublished concept and design art, this is a must for all fans!

Simon Furman has responded to a question on his blog stating that it is awaiting approval. We assume most likely at the hands of Hasbro.