04-15-2011, 04:37 PM
Transformers Vault: The Complete Transformers Universe information
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Both Amazon.com and Amazon.co.jp haveÂ posted more information on the upcoming book Transformers Vault: The Complete Transformers Universe.
Amazon.com describes the book as
"For the first time ever, Transformers Vault reveals the complete story
of the Transformers, everyone's favorite robots in disguise. Loaded with
never-before-seen images, this book is a guide to the epic battle
between the Autobots and Decepticons, as it began with toys and
television, and continued to comics, film, games, and other media.
There's something here for all generations, from classic toys that have
become sought-after collectibles to the amazing, high-tech visuals of
the three live-action films.
Hasbro has opened its official archives, gathering more than 250
images and several featured pieces of memorabilia. Look inside for a
sheet of Generation One tech specs with a secret revealer, a rare pencil
sketch from comics artist Casey Coller, an unseen character profile for
Hot Rod from the 1986 film, an animation cel, and much more. Exclusive
photos of Japanese Transformer prototypes, archival development art, and
brand-new information about the future of the Transformers make this
the ultimate package for every fan."
With the Japanese version of the website posting the following description:
""The epic battle between the Autobots and Deceptions has captivated fans
of all ages for more than two decades, and the robots in disguise were
recently rediscovered by a new generation via the hugely successful
live-action film series directed by Michael Bay. Officially licensed by
Hasbro, The TRANSFORMERS Vault: The Complete TRANSFORMERS Universe
covers, for the first time ever, the complete history of TRANSFORMERS,
including toys, the original animated series, comics, collectibles, and
merchandise, as well as animated and live-action feature films. This
heavily illustrated book features never-before-seen images from the
Hasbro archives, seven interactive pieces of memorabilia, and an acetate
slipcase with a unique "transforming effect." Five visually driven
chapters feature early animation sketches, interviews with creators,
wooden sculptures for the original toys, patents, prototypes,
action-figure designs that never made it to production, vintage
packaging art, and set-design sketches from the Michael Bay films."
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