R E S O U R C E  S I T E S
D A T A B A S E S

The most important aspect of any TRANSFORMERS site is content. Information. Here is a sizeable collection of sites that offer information in droves. They've been instrumental in my TRANSFORMERS education, anyway. Here's hoping you'll benefit in the same way.

  • BWTF.COM: BEN'S WORLD OF TRANSFORMERS

  • www.bwtf.com

    Quite the authority on BEAST WARS, Benson Yee clues us into many aspects of this new generation of Transformers. His site features scores information about the TV show, the toys, games, links, fan fiction, art, and its Japanese offshoots. It is, simply put, the best on-line entrance to BEAST WARS you're going to find. Yee is not of a singular mind, however, as he also offers information about other parts of the TRANSFORMERS universe, including the original series, BEAST MACHINES (the successor to BEAST WARS), ROBOTS IN DISGUISE, and the most recent lines, ARMADA and ENERGON.

  • THE DECEPTICONS HOMEPAGE

  • www.widing.biz/decepticons/
    UNDER RECONSTRUCTION

    There aren't very many Norwegian TRANSFORMERS websites around, but of the few that do exist, this is one of the best. Sporting an amazing design worthy of its creator (who does this kind of thing for a living), this page has some neat stuff. You'll find great photos of his collection, excellent-quality screen shots from both U.S. and Japanese TRANSFORMERS cartoons, and more.

  • THE INTERNET MOVIE DATABASE

  • www.imdb.com

    This is a good place to look for information on both the animated feature and all of the TV shows. Each page includes links to information (wherever available) pertaining to directors, voice actors, and just about anything else you can think of. Not always completely reliable, but a good place for overall information.

  • KNUT INGAR'S NORWEGIAN TRANSFORMERS PAGE

  • www.geocities.com/Hollywood/Set/2470/index.html
    CURRENTLY DOWN

    Another of the precious few Norwegian pages out there, contains links and also used to have a rather impressive array of box art and catalogue scans. Fortunately, they are not lost, as they have been posted elsewhere. A link to that site can be found on his page.

  • TFTM.NET - THE TRANSFORMERS: THE MOVIE FANSITE

  • www.tftm.net

    Formerly known as THE TELETRAN CYBERSITE, this site has diverted all its attention to THE TRANSFORMERS - THE MOVIE. A greatly detailed site dedicated to, near as I can tell, every conceivable aspect of the animated feature. Designwise, it's a thing of beauty without requiring you to fill your computer full of memory.

  • THE NORDIC TRANSFANS ASSOCIATION

  • www.ntfa.net

    This site represents something as rare as a Nordic fan club dedicated to THE TRANSFORMERS. Open to all fans based in the Nordic countries (Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, and Iceland), it has grown impressively since its debut in 1999, endeavouring to cover not only all aspects of the universe as originally offered to Stateside consumers, but also from European and Japanese territories. This site continues to grow, both in content and style, so take a look. You'll be glad you did.

  • THE TRANSFORMERS ON-LINE ENCYCLOPEDIA

  • www.geocities.com/Area51/Station/6563/tf-ency.html

    Check out this excellent TRANSFORMERS encyclopedia, maintained by Stanley Lui. Its bios and event accounts are quite extensive, and you may choose between various continuities or simply select all of them. It also welcomes additions and / or corrections.

  • ZMFTS

  • members.aol.com/zobovor/

    ZOBOVOR'S MULTI-FACETED TRANSFORMERS SITE is exactly that -- multi-faceted. It has an impressive number of works in progress, such as a huge television series encyclopaedia (for which I have been an occasional consultant) and comic guides (including listings of the mistakes made in those productions), an extensive index of voice actor credits, fan fiction, art, and some pretty dedicated kitbashes.