Interviews

Interviews with the creative forces behind Transformers.

Interviews: Simon Furman (3/04)

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Interviews

1) Please tell us a bit about the Transformers Ultimate Guide and how you became involved with it.

Interviews: Rob Ruffolo (7/04)

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Interviews

Rob Ruffolo is the talented artist chosen to bring the Micromasters to life on the printed page. This interview offers some insight into this artist's work on the series.

Interviews: Patrick Carroll

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1. Please tell us a bit about yourself.
After wandering through my early and mid 20s (bass player, free-lance writer and most importantly, office clerk for a fish broker) I decided to go to film school after helping a roommate finish his student film. Upon returning from Montreal's Concoria University I edited a variety of music videos, short films, TV programs and eventually found myself here.

Interviews: "Micromasters" series (7/04)

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Interviews

The following were questions sent to Dreamwave regarding their newly released "Micromasters" Transformers comic book series. Both writers Adam Patyk and James McDonough were good enough to answer these questions and BWTF thanks them for their time.

Interviews: Larry DiTillio on Protoforms

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1. I understand The Pit and The Matrix create the protoforms, but where do the Sparks come from? Are they also created in
The Matrix and The Pit?

NOPE... BUT none of the Transformers actually know where the Sparks come from. I DO... But I am afraid I won't tell. It's one of my bigger secrets.

2. Is the original Matrix responsible for the creation of the Pit and the Matrix vats?
YES... At least according to me...

Interviews: Larry DiTillio (9/97)

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1. Please tell us a little about your background.
Not much to tell. I have been a professional scriptwriter, TV and film, since 1973. Born New York City. Went to both NYU(undergrad) and UCLA(Grad) film schools. Began my career with a movie assignment for a rather shady outfit called Bryanston Pictures. That got me in the Writer's Guild. Long dry period after that, until I finally got a break in animation. Got lots of animation work before finally cracking the live action tv area. Now do both.

Interviews: Larry DiTillio (8/99)

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1. What have you been up to since the end of Beast Wars?
Looking for work mainly. I have a few pie-in-sky projects that I am involved with on an on-going basis, but none are producing regular paychecks. However at the moment I may be joining Bob Forward once again, story-editing a new animated series based on King Kong.

2. There was quite a lot of fan reaction over your leaving Beast Wars. Was it shocking to have the writers of a series develop a fan base all their own?

Interviews: Ian Weir (2/98)

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1. What biographical information can you provide us?

Interviews: Ian James Corlett (8/99)

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Interviews

1. Please tell us a bit about your background

Interviews: Go-Go-Gobots Questions

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Interviews

1) Did the "Tonka 1-2-3" line from 2000/2001 inspire the creation of the Playskool Transformers line? If not, what prompted the creation of the line?
No, the line was created to bring fun of Transformers to preschoolers.