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IDW Transformers: Robots in Disguise #28 Review

Transformers News: IDW Transformers: Robots in Disguise #28 Review
Date: Wednesday, April 23rd 2014 2:08am CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Reviews, Site Articles
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): IDW Publishing, Va'al

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Down to Eart(h)
(Spoiler free-ish)



Synopsis
EARTHFALL! The AUTOBOTS return to Earth—with OPTIMUS PRIME in command! But what brought them back—and what terrifying secret do the humans hold? A bold new era begins here!

Transformers News: IDW Transformers: Robots in Disguise #28 Review
Aaah, Eart


Story

Here we are again, on this blue planet of ours. This round, blue, beautiful, peaceful planet of ours: Eart(h). Which is not that peaceful, or round for that matter, or happy to see any more robots after what happened last time robots were around - yes, All Hail Megatron and the 2009 ongoing. Bit of a mess for everyone, really.

Transformers News: IDW Transformers: Robots in Disguise #28 Review
Here's a recap, for our viewers at home


John Barber goes back to wearing his writing hat, and back to the Robots in Disguise cast as they see their ranks shifting a little. We get Optimus Prime leading a new team of Kup, Prowl, Jetfire, Arcee, Skylynx, Jazz, Cosmos and Sideswipe - so maybe not entirely the same cast, but it's one with good tensions and chemistry so far. And Prowl being his usual. As usual.

Transformers News: IDW Transformers: Robots in Disguise #28 Review
Hellooo Generations Leader Jetfire


The dialogue seems to have lightened up from pre-Dark Cybertron RID, and there is definitely more action, a lot more action, even in the flashbacks scattered throughout the issue, taking place after the first few pages. Pages that feature some glorious fanfiction screenplays written by none other than the only (?) Cybertronian left on Earth last time round: Thundercracker.

Transformers News: IDW Transformers: Robots in Disguise #28 Review
Handsome as an F-22 jet fighter


Good dialogue, nice selection of cast and interactions, really nice set-up with both the Cybertronian past, Alpha Trion showing up as a potential goal for the cast, Thundercracker's presence and Earth's inevitable hostility towards incoming Cybertronians. The mix so far is actually pretty good, and everything has freshened up a lot since the Cybertron days!

Art

The artwork duties, for both pencil and ink, flashbacks and present-day settings, are with Andrew Griffith. And my, do his robots and Earth shine. The -ation styled Thundercracker is impressive, and there are so many full page panels in this issue that I'm left in awe at the likes of Skylynx, spaceships, planets, cities and.. well, you'll see. Though I am left a little wondering about some strangely shaped human faces, especially in a couple of Marissa's shots.

Transformers News: IDW Transformers: Robots in Disguise #28 Review
Here, have a Metroplex


Colour duties, on the other hand, are split between past and present, between Joana Lafuente and Josh Perez. But they both equally shine their own glossy, refracting, shaded light on their own respective sections. Lafuente's Cybertron looks gritty and grainy, with lasers pewpewing through everything, while Perez' Earth has the right amount of ominous shadows and glorious natural hues.

Transformers News: IDW Transformers: Robots in Disguise #28 Review
And a good old purple-badged Megatron, too


The lettering duties fall with Tom B. Long, and dutifully and sparingly does he deliver sound effects and fonts. There are some really good WRUNCH and RUUUUNCH sounds later in the issue. We get three covers again, too, with Griffith and Lafuente on B, Casey Coller and Lafuente on A, and the RI interlocking variant cover by Livio Ramondelli - most of which featuring the big blue face of Optimus Prime.

Thoughts
Spoilerish ahead

Starting again almost afresh after Dark Cybertron? In my opinion, it works. It gives Barber and the Autobots a new playing field, a credible threat, complex negotiations with Earth and the possibility to make the running joke of robots being unable to pronounce trills and fricatives (you try, without lips or teeth or tongue). And it's still connected to what has just happened with Dark Cybertron, and some nice references to earlier stuff (and Megatron's trial, which we'll finally see in MTMTE #28).

Transformers News: IDW Transformers: Robots in Disguise #28 Review
Cosmos, going all meta


The art crew do some impressive teamwork, too, with Griffith's art only slipping a couple of times, but showing off some amazing skill everywhere else. Add Lafuente and Perez' colours to all of that, with their slightly different hues and tones, top it off with good lettering - it's a comic worth reading, looking at and definitely buying. I am not concerned about the Earth setting at all, if this is telling of what will happen.

. :BOT: :BOT: :BOT: :BOT: ½ out of :BOT: :BOT: :BOT: :BOT: :BOT:

IDW Publishing Live Transformers Panel - Video Available and Summary

Transformers News: IDW Publishing Live Transformers Panel - Video Available and Summary
Date: Tuesday, April 22nd 2014 6:38pm CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Company News, Interviews, Media, People News
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): IDW Publishing

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Earlier today, at 2 pm San Diego time, IDW Publishing rounded up current Transformers writers John Barber (Robots in Disguise), Mairghread Scott (Windblade) and James Roberts (More Than Meets the Eye) for their Dawn of the Autobots live discussion panel, chaired by IDW Marketing and PR Manager Rosalind Morehead and Coordinator Kahlil Schweitzer. The full hour discussion can be seen in the YouTube video embedded below, but some of the highlights are listed after that!



- All speakers summed up their current status, and where the books are heading for now, after the Dark Cybertron event. Also, Barber commented on the quality of the art, with Sarah Stone, Alex Milne and Andrew Griffith getting a mention and collaboration with Flint Dille, Chris Metzen and Livio Ramondelli.
- They commented on Windblade being the first of the three titles to launch the new status quo, and the cast choices that Scott made for who stayed on Cybertron.
- Weirder, stranger, more violent territory lies ahead for the whole of Dawn of the Autobots, and More Than Meets the Eye in particular.
- Reign of Starscream on Cybertron after Windblade concludes? It will definitely still affect the two ongoings, and RID is not done with Cybertron, there will be movement between there and Earth (focus of the first arc at least).
- Scott talks about the role of Starscream in Windblade miniseries: he is the ruler, the 'dog that caught the car' but has to act more democratically because of Windblade and Metroplex. Though he is willing to do anything to keep that power.
- MTMTE's repercussions of Megatron's side switching: Tarn and the Decepticon Justice Division *will* find out and the paths will cross, though not as readers might expect. All of season 2 is about fallout, about Megatron's change.
- What parts of the message of issue one of MTMTE have we seen and will we see? A lot. Soon.
- How much of the Transformers universe so far and future is plotted and planned? Barber helps keeping track of events, looks, qualities, while Roberts has a deeper knowledge of the Transformers lore from before IDW.
- Grimlock! Currently in the hands of Roberts, somewhere with the Scavengers in MTMTE - he will get attention, and he will show up soon, coming to the fore, and going deeper into what happened to him on Garrus 9.
- More details on Caminus from Windblade miniseries? Just a little more, not too much (but plenty behind the scenes).
- Likely to see crossovers any time soon? Not yet, definite connections, and casts can talk to each other now (as opposed to Season 1), also with Primacy, but letting each book do its own thing for a while.
- With RID set on Earth now, Barber (and Griffith's) approach has moved to Marvel or plot style, with Barber sending the plot to Griffith, layouts are made, sent back for dialogue to be added. The stakes are definitely higher for the characters, and the writing now.
- Level of heartbreak in MTMTE on a scale of 1 to 10: it's going 'to break your soul'. New recruits, new interpersonal relationships, a lot of opportunities.

There were also a number of personal questions for the writers, from favourite characters to cast choices for the new season ('everyone you haven't yet is quite probably on the Lost Light'), difficulties or dislikes in writing certain characters, the reaction to Windblade #1 ('extremely positive'), Starsaber's potential return in MTMTE ('maybe') and more information about Rung, confirmation that all three will be attending BotCon 2014 this summer, choices for hypothetical animated films from arcs or plotlines, and a plug for Robots in Disguise #28, out tomorrow, more teasers for MTMTE #28 coming next week, and a glimpse at what awaits in Windblade #2!

BotCon 2014 Guest Announcement - IDW Transformers Writers John Barber and Mairghread Scott

Transformers News: BotCon 2014 Guest Announcement - IDW Transformers Writers John Barber and Mairghread Scott
Date: Tuesday, April 22nd 2014 5:42pm CDT
Categories: Collector's Club News, Comic Book News, Event News, People News
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): IDW Publishing

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While the official BotCon website has yet to make an announcement, the IDW Publishing Dawn of the Autobots Live Panel (which you can watch here) has confirmed the presence of both Transformers comics writers John Barber (Robots in Disguise) and Mairghread Scott (Windblade) at the event! They go to join the already announced James Roberts and a host of other big names from the franchise, all of which can be found on the Guests page of the BotCon website.

Transformers News: BotCon 2014 Guest Announcement - IDW Transformers Writers John Barber and Mairghread Scott

IDW Transformers: Robots in Disguise #28 Preview

Transformers News: IDW Transformers: Robots in Disguise #28 Preview
Date: Tuesday, April 22nd 2014 4:54am CDT
Category: Comic Book News
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): IDW Publishing

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This week in the IDW Publishing Transformers comics, we return to Robots in Disguise, Optimus Prime -- and to Earth! Check out the full preview below, and head back here tomorrow for the Seibertron.com review.

Transformers: Robots in Disguise #28: Dawn of the Autobots—SPOTLIGHT
John Barber (w) • Andrew Griffith (a) • Casey W. Coller (c)
EARTHFALL! The AUTOBOTS return to Earth—with OPTIMUS PRIME in command! But what brought them back—and what terrifying secret do the humans hold? A bold new era begins here!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Bullet points:
- OPTIMUS PRIME LEADS THE AUTOBOTS ON EARTH!?
- The perfect jumping-on point for new readers!
- Celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the TRANSFORMERS!
- Variant interlocking cover by Livio Ramondelli!


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Transformers News: IDW Transformers: Robots in Disguise #28 Preview

Transformers News: IDW Transformers: Robots in Disguise #28 Preview

Transformers News: IDW Transformers: Robots in Disguise #28 Preview

Transformers News: IDW Transformers: Robots in Disguise #28 Preview

Transformers News: IDW Transformers: Robots in Disguise #28 Preview

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IDW Publishing Dawn of the Autobots Teasers - Seibertron Exclusive Robots in Disguise Galvatron

Transformers News: IDW Publishing Dawn of the Autobots Teasers - Seibertron Exclusive Robots in Disguise Galvatron
Date: Monday, April 21st 2014 4:00pm CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Media
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): IDW Publishing

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As they did with the first issue of Windblade, and teased by writer James Roberts, IDW Publishing are starting the second tranche of the Dawn of the Autobots teaser campaign, by posting an image on their Facebook page, and sending different exclusive artwork to Transformers sites, outlets and podcasts. Here at Seibertron.com, we were lucky enough to have the newly (self)appointed leader of the Decepticons: Galvatron. Check it out below, along with the Optimus Prime from IDW!


Transformers News: IDW Publishing Dawn of the Autobots Teasers - Seibertron Exclusive Robots in Disguise Galvatron

Transformers News: IDW Publishing Dawn of the Autobots Teasers - Seibertron Exclusive Robots in Disguise Galvatron

IDW Announcements Roll Out at Wonder Con 2014 - Press Release

Transformers News: IDW Announcements Roll Out at Wonder Con 2014 - Press Release
Date: Monday, April 21st 2014 12:00pm CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Company News, Event News, Press Releases
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After the Hasbro panel slideshow images and summary we've posted so far, here comes the official IDW Publishing press release with all the announcements made over the weekend at WonderCon! We've higlighted the parts related (even vaguely) to Transformers, but read on below for more.

IDW Announcements Roll Out
at Wonder Con 2014

Multiple New Projects Coming From Publisher


San Diego, CA (April 21, 2014) – At this year’s Wonder Con in Anaheim, IDW unleashed an impressive array of announcements, bolstering its lineup through the fall of 2014 and beyond. Brand-new titles, miniseries featuring fan-favorite characters, new Artist’s Editions, new television deals, and a first-of-its-kind exclusive creator deal rounded out the action-packed weekend.

IDW has secured the amazing talents of Locke & Key co-creator Gabriel Rodriguez by signing him to an exclusive deal. His work has appeared in IDW comics since the very beginning, and will continue to do so exclusively, with his next project being the hotly anticipated Little Nemo: Return to Slumberland with Eisner Award-winning writer, Eric Shanower.

IDW Entertainment, along with George Lopez and his Travieso Production Company, announced they are developing Wormwood as an animated television series based on the acclaimed IDW title created by Ben Templesmith. David M. Stern (Ugly Americans, The Simpsons) has been tapped to write the pilot episode and serve as an executive producer on the series. Circle of Confusion (Walking Dead) will also executive produce the show. IDW Entertainment will fund development of the series, which will soon be marketed to the networks.

At the Artist’s Edition panel, Special Projects Editor Scott Dunbier showed off some of the amazing art included in the Marvel Cover’s Artist’s Edition and announced that John Buscema’s Silver Surfer (in cooperation with Marvel Comics), and two more projects with Walter Simonson, Walter Simonson’s Manhunter & Other Stories (in cooperation with DC Entertainment), and Walter Simonson’s Lawnmower Man Artist’s Edition portfolio, collecting the entire Stephen King-penned story into a deluxe portfolio, will soon join the IDW Artist’s Edition catalog!

The acclaimed videogame franchise Borderlands is returning to IDW with a brand new miniseries “The Fall Of Fyrestone.” Written by the original game writer Mikey Neumann, the new series promises the dark humor and high-end action that fans love about the videogames.

IDW’s Star Trek comics continue to break new ground and delight fans with two stories that are Star Trek “firsts.” Star Trek #35 starts “The Q Gambit,” which crosses the paths of the omnipotent (and beloved) Q and the crew of the recent 2009 film franchise for the first time. In July, fans will get the chance to see all six Star Trek medical officers ban together for the first time as they fight a mysterious virus in the one-shot Star Trek Special: Flesh and Stone.

Traveling back to the ‘40s, the new miniseries The X-Files: Year Zero by writer Karl Kesel and artists Vic Malhotra and Greg Scott explores the mysterious origins of the department and the strange connections Mulder and Scully now find themselves up against.

A new five-part miniseries set in the world of Judge Dredd focusing on Judge Anderson will debut this August: Judge Dredd: Anderson, Psi-Division, by writer Matt Smith and artist Carl Critchlow, will continue to explore Dredd’s early years in this follow-up to Smith’s Judge Dredd: Year One series.

IDW returns to Konami’s horror masterpiece with Silent Hill Downpour: Anne’s Story. Written by Tom Waltz (Silent Hill: Sinner’s Reward, Silent Hill: Past Life and the Silent Hill Downpour video game), with artwork by Tristan Jones (Ghostbusters, Hoax Hunters). Waltz, further acclaimed for his writing on IDW’s ongoing TMNT revival, will also launch a sci-fi action-adventure epic with artist Casey Maloney, The Last Fall.

The partnership between IDW and 44FLOOD was announced at New York Comic-Con 2013, and this weekend it was made public that the second release from this collaboration is Ben Templesmith’s The Squidder, a new four-issue series coming this August.

Also on the creator-owned front, Angel: After the Fall fan-favorite writer Brian Lynch will launch Monster Motors in July. Announced at “The Greatest Panel in the Known Universe,” the action-comedy features art and cover by Transformers artist Nick Roche.

Transformers: Primacy is coming this August! Writers Chris Metzen and Flint Dille with artist Livio Ramondelli guide us through the war for Cybertron that will shake the world of the TRANSFORMERS to the core, in this, the final chapter of the Cybertron War trilogy.

And finally (for now), IDW’s partnership with Darby Pop Publishing grows with the upcoming July release of Doberman. From the minds of Rob Rosell and Scott Marder, known from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Unsupervised, with writer Jack Lambert and artist Brandon McKinney (Army of Two) the story of Frank Doberman comes to life and he wants a six-pack and vengeance!

IDW Publishing WonderCon Slideshow - Transformers: Primacy, Dawn of the Autobots, TF vs G.I. Joe

Transformers News: IDW Publishing WonderCon Slideshow - Transformers: Primacy, Dawn of the Autobots, TF vs G.I. Joe
Date: Monday, April 21st 2014 7:16am CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Company News, Event News
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): Supreme Convoy, IDW

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As we promised with the summary of the IDW Publishing panel at Wondercon the other day, and thanks again to staff member Supreme Convoy, we have a good look at all the slides from the presentation featuring all sorts of Transformers comics: Windblade, Primacy, Robots in Disguise, More than Meets the Eye, and Transformers vs G.I. Joe (plus a teaser for Fall of G.I. Joe). Check them all out below, and read the summary again here!

Transformers News: IDW Publishing WonderCon Slideshow - Transformers: Primacy, Dawn of the Autobots, TF vs G.I. Joe

Transformers News: IDW Publishing WonderCon Slideshow - Transformers: Primacy, Dawn of the Autobots, TF vs G.I. Joe

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Transformers News: IDW Publishing WonderCon Slideshow - Transformers: Primacy, Dawn of the Autobots, TF vs G.I. Joe

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Transformers News: IDW Publishing WonderCon Slideshow - Transformers: Primacy, Dawn of the Autobots, TF vs G.I. Joe

Transformers News: IDW Publishing WonderCon Slideshow - Transformers: Primacy, Dawn of the Autobots, TF vs G.I. Joe

Transformers News: IDW Publishing WonderCon Slideshow - Transformers: Primacy, Dawn of the Autobots, TF vs G.I. Joe

Transformers News: IDW Publishing WonderCon Slideshow - Transformers: Primacy, Dawn of the Autobots, TF vs G.I. Joe

Transformers News: IDW Publishing WonderCon Slideshow - Transformers: Primacy, Dawn of the Autobots, TF vs G.I. Joe

Transformers News: IDW Publishing WonderCon Slideshow - Transformers: Primacy, Dawn of the Autobots, TF vs G.I. Joe

Transformers News: IDW Publishing WonderCon Slideshow - Transformers: Primacy, Dawn of the Autobots, TF vs G.I. Joe

Transformers News: IDW Publishing WonderCon Slideshow - Transformers: Primacy, Dawn of the Autobots, TF vs G.I. Joe

Transformers News: IDW Publishing WonderCon Slideshow - Transformers: Primacy, Dawn of the Autobots, TF vs G.I. Joe

Transformers News: IDW Publishing WonderCon Slideshow - Transformers: Primacy, Dawn of the Autobots, TF vs G.I. Joe

Transformers News: IDW Publishing WonderCon Slideshow - Transformers: Primacy, Dawn of the Autobots, TF vs G.I. Joe

Transformers News: IDW Publishing WonderCon Slideshow - Transformers: Primacy, Dawn of the Autobots, TF vs G.I. Joe

Transformers News: IDW Publishing WonderCon Slideshow - Transformers: Primacy, Dawn of the Autobots, TF vs G.I. Joe

Transformers News: IDW Publishing WonderCon Slideshow - Transformers: Primacy, Dawn of the Autobots, TF vs G.I. Joe

Transformers News: IDW Publishing WonderCon Slideshow - Transformers: Primacy, Dawn of the Autobots, TF vs G.I. Joe

Transformers News: IDW Publishing WonderCon Slideshow - Transformers: Primacy, Dawn of the Autobots, TF vs G.I. Joe

Transformers News: IDW Publishing WonderCon Slideshow - Transformers: Primacy, Dawn of the Autobots, TF vs G.I. Joe

Transformers News: IDW Publishing WonderCon Slideshow - Transformers: Primacy, Dawn of the Autobots, TF vs G.I. Joe

Transformers News: IDW Publishing WonderCon Slideshow - Transformers: Primacy, Dawn of the Autobots, TF vs G.I. Joe

Transformers News: IDW Publishing WonderCon Slideshow - Transformers: Primacy, Dawn of the Autobots, TF vs G.I. Joe

Transformers News: IDW Publishing WonderCon Slideshow - Transformers: Primacy, Dawn of the Autobots, TF vs G.I. Joe

Transformers News: IDW Publishing WonderCon Slideshow - Transformers: Primacy, Dawn of the Autobots, TF vs G.I. Joe

Transformers News: IDW Publishing WonderCon Slideshow - Transformers: Primacy, Dawn of the Autobots, TF vs G.I. Joe

Transformers News: IDW Publishing WonderCon Slideshow - Transformers: Primacy, Dawn of the Autobots, TF vs G.I. Joe

Transformers News: IDW Publishing WonderCon Slideshow - Transformers: Primacy, Dawn of the Autobots, TF vs G.I. Joe

Transformers News: IDW Publishing WonderCon Slideshow - Transformers: Primacy, Dawn of the Autobots, TF vs G.I. Joe

Transformers News: IDW Publishing WonderCon Slideshow - Transformers: Primacy, Dawn of the Autobots, TF vs G.I. Joe

Transformers News: IDW Publishing WonderCon Slideshow - Transformers: Primacy, Dawn of the Autobots, TF vs G.I. Joe

Transformers News: IDW Publishing WonderCon Slideshow - Transformers: Primacy, Dawn of the Autobots, TF vs G.I. Joe

IDW Transformers: Primacy Interlocking Cover Revealed by Livio Ramondelli

Transformers News: IDW Transformers: Primacy Interlocking Cover Revealed by Livio Ramondelli
Date: Monday, April 21st 2014 3:46am CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, People News
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): Livio Ramondelli

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Courtesy of IDW Transformers artist Livio Ramondelli, via Seibertron.com user leokearon, we take a look at the interlocking cover for the newly announced third installment of the prequel series, after Autocracy and Monstrosity: Primacy! The artwork features all the main players, from Optimus Prime and Megatron, to Shockwave, Grimlock, Metroplex, Trypticon, Starscream, Ironhide, Soundwave and Bumblebee. Check it out below, and head to Livio's deviantArt page for more.

Revealed at Wondercon over the weekend, this is the interlocking cover image for Primacy. Written by Chris Metzen and Flint Dille and drawn be me, it will be the third and final series in our trilogy that began with Autocracy. Coming in August from IDW!


Transformers News: IDW Transformers: Primacy Interlocking Cover Revealed by Livio Ramondelli

TFcon 2014 Guest Update: IDW Transformers Artist Andrew Griffith

Transformers News: TFcon 2014 Guest Update: IDW Transformers Artist Andrew Griffith
Date: Monday, April 21st 2014 3:40am CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Event News, People News
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): TFCon

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We've received news from the people over at TFCon that IDW Transformers artist, well known for his work on Robots in Disguise, Dark Cybertron and even the movieverse comics, Andrew Griffith will be attending the Toronto event!

Transformers News: TFcon 2014 Guest Update: IDW Transformers Artist Andrew Griffith


Transformers: Robots in Disguise ongoing series comics book artist Andrew Griffith will join us once again at TFcon Toronto 2014.

He will be available all weekend for commissions, prints and signings in the TFcon Toronto artist alley.

Transformers: IDW Collection Phase One Paperback Pre-Order

Transformers News: Transformers: IDW Collection Phase One Paperback Pre-Order
Date: Sunday, April 20th 2014 7:55am CDT
Category: Comic Book News
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): Amazon

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We reported the Amazon listing of the IDW Publishing Transformers: Phase Two Hardcover collection, but we now have news of its antecedent Phase One paperback! Check out the listing here, though still lacking a cover image, and read on below for details on what will be included in this mammoth book, priced at $21.34 (discounted from $29.99 RRP).

Phase One collects the first three arcs of IDW's Transformers continuity, Infiltration, Escalation, and Devastation, written by longtime TF scribe Simon Furman, with art by E.J. Su, Nick Roche, and Robby Musso.

Paperback: 404 pages
Publisher: IDW Publishing (September 16, 2014)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1631401130
ISBN-13: 978-1631401138

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Transformers Podcast: Twincast / Podcast #90 - Dark Scorponok
Twincast / Podcast #90:
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Posted: Monday, April 7th, 2014