SDCC 2010 Transformers: Prime Panel

Got into the panel late. Updating now.

  • Takes place on Earth. Essentially same G1 story initially
  • Look and feel is based G1, but going for a more cienamatic feel
  • Stretching the limit with what can be done with
  • Arcee to appear, but blue instead of pink
  • Cliffjumper 60s style Mustang. Has a pair of steer horns on the hood.
  • Ratchet in G1 deco
  • Humans: Jack Darby, Miko Tezuka and Rafeal ‘Raf’ Esquivel
  • Deceopticon Troopers: like stormtroopers (fuck, just overwrote a video file!)
  • Peter Cullen just arrived
  • Showing a behind the scenes with Peter Cullen and Frank Welker (audio problems)
  • Peter got misty eyed over hearing Frank’s voice in the studio again
  • Just showed a 30 second clip (not impressive, very Beast Wars-esque). I will have video of it posted soon.
  • Please stopping fucking asking personal questions people!
  • Line up for show – Soundwave, Starscream, Bulkhead and brand new characters (start with core and grow)
  • Soundwave most likely will not his modulation, some character will have their voices
  • Peter Cullen is the consummate professional. Bravo Peter!
  • Sue Blue initially handled the voice direction, now another director has stepped in
  • Say "Righteously Huge" at the Hub experience and get a free t-shirt today

Trackback URL

4 Comments on "SDCC 2010 Transformers: Prime Panel"

  1. jaime
    23/07/2010 at 4:26 am Permalink

    FUCK YEAH! keep that SDCC shit come’in brother,Luv it,luv it 🙂

  2. SabertronToys
    23/07/2010 at 6:04 am Permalink

    Awesome! I thought Beast Wars script and 3D was impossible to watch… Is the 3D at least better than Dr. SChmoov’s and those Botcon commercials? I know at least the scripts will be good, but it’s hard to watch silly, piss poor, 3D cartoons. I’ll wait for your video! LOTS OF UPDATES, THANKS!

  3. jaime
    23/07/2010 at 9:26 pm Permalink

    @ Saber, Come on Beast wars is good come on 🙁

  4. Slick McFavorite
    28/07/2010 at 12:52 pm Permalink

    Beast Wars was good for it’s time (almost 15 years ago). I’m rewatching it now and the animation just doesn’t hold up. It looks like a college kid’s homework. However, I did love the writing, I think the syncing of the voice acting and animation made it seem worse than it was.

Hi Stranger, leave a comment:


<a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

Subscribe to Comments