First Trailer From Netflix’s New Transformers: War For Cybertron Trilogy

Transformers: War For Cybertron

The number of Netflix’s original animation programs is increasing day by day. The first trailer came from the Transformers: War For Cybertron trilogy, which will be released as part of the Netflix Anime Series series in 2020.

One of the areas Netflix will invest in 2020 will be the animation content area. The company will publish many works under the new title “Netflix Anime Series”. Transformers has an important place among these works.

Transformers, a world-renowned brand that was originally re-branded for the marketing of Japan’s transformable toys to the USA, at the same time getting a cartoon film, is not considered to be a very distant origin for the anime genre.

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Transformers: War For Cybertron

New Anime Trilogy: Transformers: War for Cybertron: Siege

Transformers: War for Cybertron: Siege; Netflix will be produced by Hasbro (owner of copyrights and toys) and Rooster Teeth (the studio that makes animations such as RWBY and gene: LOCK). The release date of the trilogy is not yet clear.

Transformers: War For Cybertron

Hasbro designer John Warden gave fans information about the new series in his statements at the San Diego Comic-Con. Saying that the series is very exciting right now, because the toys to work with are very exciting, Warden says that companies like Wizards of the Coast make special card games for the series, comics and partnership with Netflix makes everything even more exciting.

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Return to the first generation Transformers

Warden also mentioned the story of the new series and announced that we will see the last moments in Cybertron in these productions. The designer also stated that the first generation of fans will re-tell their favorite stories and they are completely focused on the story.

Transformers: War For Cybertron

FJ DeSanto will produce the new series. The authors of the series will include George Krstic (Megas XLR), Gavin Hignight (Transformers: Cyberverse) and Brandon Easton (Transformers: Rescue Bots, Agent Carter).

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What do you think about the new Transformers series? Do you think this series will be successful enough? Will Transformers regain its popularity for a again?

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