War Within fits better with the marvel Comics continuity. war Within was written by Simon Furman, who was the Writer for transformers at most of Marvel U.K. and the last one for Marvel US. He had to fix all ofthe losse ends and try to make things work into a single continuity. The Bob Budiansky, as well as favoered by Furman, idea that was in the Comics was that the dinobots were awakened on the ark during the days of the Dinosaurs, actually Marvels Savage Land, to battle the newly arrived Shockwave. They defeated him, but were lost in a pool of tar and later searched out by Buster the comics version of Spike, actually spikes little brother) and Ratchet when the decepticons had captiured Optimus Prime and were using the Matrix program from his head to try to create new Decepticons. I always thought of the War Within Dynobots, as in Dynamic. I like their first two series of War Within subgroup name better. LSC = Lightening Strike Coalition.
War Within might better suit the Marvel Continuity but for a few things;
It contradicts loads of things from the Marvel Comics, not just backstory, including who Prime was before he inherited the Matrix (DW continuity, he was an archivist/statistician, Marvel he was commander of the Autobot Air Force leading to bitterness from Swoop), Prime and Megatron's pre-war Gladiatorial careers, and there's a distinct lack of major players like the old Autobot Council (Especially Xaaron). There were no "Special Teams" in Marvel until far later as well, no TF's combined in Cybertron's History like they did in War Within part 2.
The DW comics continuity runs directly on from the 3 War Within series, including the (admittedly terrible) Micromasters line. WW is an alternate Cybertronian history to the Marvel one, and can't really be reconciled simply because it's so different. Sure, it's Furman re-writing Cybertronian History, but it doesn't work if you try and have it be part of his earlier G1 work.
The LSC was only the name for the Dinobots and Kup in WWi2, as well. Volume 1, they were all 'Autobots'.
Plus... what did that have to do with Tramp's comment? >_>; It was already kind of established that both sets of comics had far less crappy Dinobot origins to the US cartoon.