‘Transformers’ Producer Says ‘G.I. Joe’ Crossover Is Coming Soon

'Transformers' 'G.I. Joe' Crossover

Get ready, fans! The worlds of Transformers and G.I. Joe are about to collide, and it’s going to be epic. If you caught the end of ‘Transformers: Rise of the Beasts’, you saw Noah Diaz, played by Anthony Ramos, getting a sweet invite to join G.I. Joe. Since then, everyone’s been buzzing about when this big crossover will happen.

We’ve all been on the edge of our seats, waiting for news on what’s next for these iconic franchises. Well, good news is on the horizon. The folks behind the scenes are just as excited to bring these worlds together as we are.

ComicBook.com got the scoop from Lorenzo di Bonaventura, the big name behind Transformers. While chatting about his latest project, ‘Madame Web’, the topic of the much-anticipated crossover came up. Di Bonaventura was candid, admitting there’s still some stuff to figure out, but he reassured fans that they’re going to follow through on that big tease.


Transformers Movies in Order: The Complete List (Including Animated Series)

The idea of mixing Transformers’ giant robots with G.I. Joe’s high-tech espionage is thrilling. Director Steven Caple Jr. shared some insights on how they’re planning to blend these universes. Instead of just rehashing familiar faces like Snake Eyes or Duke, they’re thinking outside the box. There are so many different sides to G.I. Joe, like ‘G.I. Joe: Renegades’, and that’s where they’re finding fresh inspiration.

Caple Jr. is all about expanding the scope. He’s looking beyond Earth, inspired by Transformers’ rich graphic novel history that spans across galaxies. It’s a big universe out there, and he’s not afraid to explore it. This crossover isn’t just about bringing two fan-favorite franchises together; it’s about pushing boundaries and taking us on new adventures.

So, keep your eyes peeled and your excitement high. This crossover is bound to be a game-changer, bringing together the best of both worlds in a way we’ve never seen before.

Have something to add? Let us know in the comments below!

Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments