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IDW Transformers: Till All Are One Volume 1 Listing Online

Transformers News: IDW Transformers: Till All Are One Volume 1 Listing Online
Date: Saturday, August 6th 2016 1:31pm CDT
Category: Comic Book News
Posted by: Dr Va'al | Credit(s): Amazon

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The second IDW Publishing listing on online retailer Amazon is for the first volume of the new ongoing Transformers: Till All Are One, by partners in crime Mairghread Scott and Sara Pitre-Durocher, expected for release in December 2016, and collecting the first story arc (issues 1-4) of the series. Check it out below, and here for the listing!

Starscream rules Cybertron. He and Windblade vie for control of the Council of Worlds, each aligning themselves with as many long-lost colonies as they can. But Starscream's secret police keep increasing the tension, destablizing the fragile peace that has been established. Collects issues #1-4.

Paperback: 100 pages
Publisher: IDW Publishing (15 Dec. 2016)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1631408089
ISBN-13: 978-1631408083
Product Dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm


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IDW Titans Return TPB Listing Online

Transformers News: IDW Titans Return TPB Listing Online
Date: Saturday, August 6th 2016 1:27pm CDT
Category: Comic Book News
Posted by: Dr Va'al | Credit(s): Amazon

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Via online retailer Amazon, we have a full solicit with expected release date for a couple of IDW Publishing Transformers books: first up is the collected trade that brings together the entirety of the Titans Return storyline, from the one-shot (reviewed here) to the two issues each of More Than Meets the Eye and The Transformers (#56-57). Check it out below, as the solicit mirrors the same as the opening one-shot issue, and expected for January 12th 2017!

Once he ruled CYBERTRON with a brutal (and literal) iron fist... left for dead four million years ago, SENTINEL PRIME is back. But in a world where STARSCREAM rules CYBERTON, OPTIMUS PRIME has invaded Earth, and MEGATRON is an AUTOBOT-SENTINEL doesn't like what he sees! Collects the Titans Return one-shot, Transformers #56-57, and Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye #56-57.

Paperback: 120 pages
Publisher: IDW Publishing (12 Jan. 2017)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1631408216
ISBN-13: 978-1631408212
Product Dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm


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Sneak Peek - IDW Transformers: Sins of the Wreckers TPB Extras

Transformers News: Sneak Peek - IDW Transformers: Sins of the Wreckers TPB Extras
Date: Thursday, August 4th 2016 10:48am CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, People News
Posted by: Dr Va'al | Credit(s): Nick Roche

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We have a tentative date for the Transformers: Sins of the Wreckers TPB from IDW Publishing, from the duocon team of Nick Roche and Josh Burcham, as August 24th (though mileage may vary, of course) and Roche has shown some sneaky peeks at what might be found inside the collected book, plus the cover blurb by some comics guy called Kieron Gillen (note: I am being facetious). If you haven't picked up the single issues, this is definitely a must - if you have, it's a must nonetheless. Check it out!

Got the PDF for the #SinsOfTheWreckers TPB. 100 pgs of story. *30* pgs of extras/covers. Take a bow, Alonzo Simon & @IDWjustin, @MowryChris

IDW have put together an AMAZING extras package for the collected #SinsOfTheWreckers. 15 pages of stuff like THIS.

And that's the coverage the background characters get. Loads of process thoughts and images for the main cast. Please order your copy!

The #SinsOfTheWreckers TPB is a process junkie's dream. As much as there is about the artwork, there's TONS of info about its writing.


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Transformers News: Sneak Peek - IDW Transformers: Sins of the Wreckers TPB Extras

Sneak Peek - IDW Transformers: Till All Are One #3 iTunes Preview

Transformers News: Sneak Peek - IDW Transformers: Till All Are One #3 iTunes Preview
Date: Thursday, August 4th 2016 10:38am CDT
Category: Comic Book News
Posted by: Dr Va'al | Credit(s): iTunes

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A week light on comics from IDW Publishing still brings some Transformers news, in the form of a new iTunes preview for Till All Are One #3 - check out the three pages mirrored below, and come back in a couple of weeks for the full preview/review combo on Seibertron.com!

WINDBLADE TURNS TRAITOR?! With the rise of the COMBATICON threat, STARSCREAM issues an ultimatum to WINDBLADE: do his—or everyone on Cybertron will learn her darkest secrets!


Transformers News: Sneak Peek - IDW Transformers: Till All Are One #3 iTunes Preview

Transformers News: Sneak Peek - IDW Transformers: Till All Are One #3 iTunes Preview

Transformers News: Sneak Peek - IDW Transformers: Till All Are One #3 iTunes Preview

IDW Publishing To Receive Red Balloon Award In Recognition of Contributions To Community Literacy Efforts

Transformers News: IDW Publishing To Receive Red Balloon Award In Recognition of Contributions To Community Literacy Efforts
Date: Wednesday, August 3rd 2016 12:54pm CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Press Releases, Company News
Posted by: Dr Va'al | Credit(s): IDW

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Continuing in IDW's streak of literacy development programmes, we have a new press release from the San Diego publisher, being rewarded for their work in the field - through Traveling Stories and more - with a Red Balloon Award! Read on below to find out more about their efforts and the award itself.

IDW Publishing To Receive Red Balloon Award In Recognition of Contributions To Community Literacy Efforts


San Diego, CA – (August 3, 2016) The inaugural Red Balloon Awards, presented by Traveling Stories, will honor five literacy heroes including IDW Publishing. The event will benefit the organization’s StoryTent program, which provides free reading support to more than 2,000 underserved children in San Diego every year.

Winners of the award are selected based on the literary works they create, their advocacy efforts and the financial support they provide to community programs.

While IDW’s trophy cabinets may already be overflowing with Eisner and Harvey awards, Publisher/CEO Ted Adams said this award is “sometime entirely different.”

“It recognizes the work that the employees of IDW have done to support a local non-profit that is making our community better,” said Adams. “Everyone who works at IDW knows how important literacy and the joy of reading is to having a happy and productive life.”

IDW will receive their award at the Red Balloon Awards dinner and gala event on Saturday, September 17, 2016 from 6 to 9:30 pm at the San Diego Woman’s Club, 2557 Third Ave., San Diego, CA 92130.

Other award recipients include Kevin Eastman (co-creator of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Las Patronas, Waypoint Public, and Don & Jo Soderquist. Traveling Stories will also announce a Volunteer of the Year on the night of the event.

This year’s gala, with the theme “Cirque du Livre” (Circus of Books), will begin with a cocktail reception with music by DJ Marcus More and live cirque performances. The event includes a silent auction. In addition, VIP guests will have the chance to visit with former professional U.S. soccer star Landon Donovan for a special cocktail hour.

The awards show will be hosted by Emily Moberly, San Diego Woman of the Year Finalist and Founder of Traveling Stories, and 10-year-old Malika Shaw, a regular attendee at the City Heights StoryTent. Shaw was the guest of honor at Traveling Stories’ 2014 event “A Night Out So They Can Read.” She was recently reclassified from a below-average reader to an accelerated reader at school. Her mom credits this improvement to the weekly visits Shaw makes to the Traveling Stories StoryTent.

“The Red Balloon Awards is a chance to celebrate the transformative power of reading,” said Emily Moberly, Founder of Traveling Stories. “The funds raised from this event are vital for ensuring that children in San Diego become confident readers and attain every opportunity to flourish.”

Key sponsors for the Red Balloon Awards include Mission Federal Credit Union, IDW Publishing, Mike Hess Brewing Company, and St. Petersburg Vodka. Event planning services are provided by Live Life Shredded.

Early-bird ticket registration for the Red Balloon Awards is $65 per person ($75 after 8/15/16) or $450 for a table of eight ($600 for a table of 8 after 8/15/16), while sponsorship opportunities range from $450 to $10,000.

For information on how to purchase tickets or become a sponsor while helping local children and their families fall in love with reading, contact Alyssa Humbert at
619. 919.5115 or Alyssa@travelingstories.org.

IDW The Transformers #55 Review

Transformers News: IDW The Transformers #55 Review
Date: Wednesday, August 3rd 2016 7:26am CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Reviews, Site Articles
Posted by: Tigertrack | Credit(s): Tigertrack

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Transformers #55 - Conversation Starter


Last issue was pretty loaded. Titan called and rose, combinations stopped, characters learned stuff, villains fled, humans scrambled…

Transformers News: IDW The Transformers #55 Review


Issue 55 is the wrap to the ‘All Hail Optimus Prime’ story arc. The events have led to this what could be a final confrontation. How does it end? Digitally, some of us already know. In print, some of us waited. It is time.

Transformers News: IDW The Transformers #55 Review


This issue in a nut shell… CHANGE comes to the forefront. The crux of what it seems to mean to be a Transformer (and a person for that matter). How one reacts, changes, adapts, or doesn’t, and the results…all come to a HEAD.

Transformers News: IDW The Transformers #55 Review


Galvatron makes like a banana ice cream sundae and SPLITS! His coup de grace, his 4th down drive, his last second shot… all came up short and he lost. Galvatron chooses the noble path: to live to fight another day. Or is he just choosing a more suitable place for what could be his final stand? Who will pursue him? Will he or another Transformer utter the phrase: one shall stand one shall fall?

Transformers News: IDW The Transformers #55 Review


The answers are found in (and on the cover) of the issue. While Galvatron has always been very staunch in his ideals of purity and expansion echoing Nova Prime (even though at times he found himself at odds with Nova), he does tend to over do at times (understated), and his ideals often mean that whole entire ‘impurities’ can be wiped out. He stretches the truth, he looks out for himself, and uses people. Hence why he’s pretty universally considered a ‘bad guy’.

Transformers News: IDW The Transformers #55 Review


But Optimus Prime has always been his opposite. Always wanting to preserve and support life. Trying to use noble, honorable, merciful, and peaceful means whenever possible, wanting to believe the best in all…which is pretty hard when you are overseeing a campaign of a four billion jillion year war. It’s these qualities that have always made Optimus Prime able to inspire loyalty.

Transformers News: IDW The Transformers #55 Review


Optimus' famous quote, his ideal to live by. His belief, along with his uncompromising ideal to seek peaceful solutions whenever possible.

Transformers News: IDW The Transformers #55 Review


It’s when these two ideals clash, and neither wants to give ground, that we see this arc ending. What will happen when the writing is on the wall? Who will change to achieve goals? Who if anyone will compromise themselves and their ideals?

Transformers News: IDW The Transformers #55 Review


This issue satisfyingly wraps up the arc, and begins the next. Characters have shown growth and steps have been taken. Like any well-written story, you’re left wanting to continue reading more because you have questions, and the story has answers. When the dust settles where does this leave Earth? With the end we received, Titans Return with perhaps a visit from Onyx Prime seem inevitable. The upcoming IDW REVOLUTION should help to answer other questions that we are left with as well.

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The art in this book by Andrew Griffith is hands down incredible! He’s always done impressive work, but I think he’s getting better and better at his craft. The colors by Josh Burcham are well played to support the story, most notably as supportive of setting changes. And as Dr. Va’al credits often, and as an under appreciated part of the visual experience, Tom B. Long adds some incredible letters to the story with some very satisfyingly scripted 'CHOOMs', 'CHAKs', and 'AHs' along with the character dialogue.

Transformers News: IDW The Transformers #55 Review


I wasn’t really very kind the last time I reviewed Transformers. I felt like it was kind of doing over what had already been done. The upcoming REVOLUTION seems to address that and that’s what appears to lie in our immediate future. This issue allowed me to give the final exhale on this arc, it feels like a finale and I feel satisfied that things are for the moment, settled, and a firm direction has been set. Sadly, future solicits and sudden schedule changes have caused some cats to be out of the bag early, but the issue is still a nice resolution, before we get going again with TITANS RETURN and REVOLUTION.

Transformers News: IDW The Transformers #55 Review

IDW Revolution - Fico Ossio Art Teasers featuring Transformers, Action Man, Micronauts

Transformers News: IDW Revolution - Fico Ossio Art Teasers featuring Transformers, Action Man, Micronauts
Date: Thursday, July 28th 2016 9:05am CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, People News
Posted by: Dr Va'al | Credit(s): Fico Ossio

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Artist Fico Ossio, who will be providing the main linework for the upcoming Revolution event (though not the single series issues) has been sharing on his DeviantART some teaser peeks at his black and white artwork in preparation for the big thing - featuring Transformers, Action Man, Micronauts and soon M.A.S.K. joining the roster. Check them out below, as Optimus features twice, too!

Transformers News: IDW Revolution - Fico Ossio Art Teasers featuring Transformers, Action Man, Micronauts

Transformers News: IDW Revolution - Fico Ossio Art Teasers featuring Transformers, Action Man, Micronauts

Transformers News: IDW Revolution - Fico Ossio Art Teasers featuring Transformers, Action Man, Micronauts

Transformers News: IDW Revolution - Fico Ossio Art Teasers featuring Transformers, Action Man, Micronauts

IDW Titans Return One-Shot Review

Transformers News: IDW Titans Return One-Shot Review
Date: Wednesday, July 27th 2016 8:21am CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Reviews, Site Articles
Posted by: Dr Va'al | Credit(s): IDW, Dr Va'al

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Head Start
(Spoiler free-ish)



Synopsis
THE LAST AUTOBOT! Once he ruled CYBERTRON with a brutal (and literal) iron fist... left for dead four million years ago, SENTINEL PRIME is back. But in a world where STARSCREAM rules CYBERTON, OPTIMUS PRIME has invaded Earth, and MEGATRON is an AUTOBOT—SENTINEL doesn’t like what he sees!

Transformers News: IDW Titans Return One-Shot Review
I'll take revenge murder plot for 500, Alex


Story

The last couple of months (years?) have had a lot of change in the world of the Transformers - since Dark Cybertron ended, Dawn of the Autobots and Days of Deception happened, Megatron had several changes of heart, Windblade erupted into the world, Optimus started his journey to True Prick Prime status, Starscream actually still rules Cybertron, and the ex-colonies have returned. Now, imagine you were left for dead when you were a fascistic despot bent on superweapons and conquest. It's bound to mess with your brain, right?

Transformers News: IDW Titans Return One-Shot Review
Even tyrants need recaps


The three-author structure is actually well deployed in the book, allowing us a pre-Dying of the Light look at a flashback under movie night banner from (predominantly, one assumes) James Roberts, and avoiding a talking heads part. Which also means Swerve and Whirl get to annoy Megatron for a bit, as Cyclonus lets the true noble purpleness of his heart shine - plus some smile-worthy social commentary. In fact, the whole section has heaps of it.

Transformers News: IDW Titans Return One-Shot Review
Cyclobun


The second section has an unfortunate bit of a crossover - though not crucial, the two scenes are more complementary than anything - with the events of The Transformers #55, delayed in its print form to next week, but available on digital, it seems. Looking at the status on Earth after the rise of the Titan, and more Primes than you can can wrap your head around.

Transformers News: IDW Titans Return One-Shot Review
The Actual True Primes


Between John Barber and Mairghread Scott, the two heads together prove that they can master the voices of the other, as the third section is also the longest, set on Cybertron with Sentinel doing a lot of stuff. Stuff that shows character in pretty much everyone around him, from Starscream to Ironhide to Windblade, along with establishing him as

Art

Livio Ramondelli is the sole author of the visuals, and - unless you're not a fan of his style in general - he does an excellent job of bringing together a chaotic, hectic, pretty much planet shattering return, even if not of Titanic proportions as such. Between some of the establishing shots, and the lighting games that are being used throughout the book...

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Shiny(dome?)


...and the more detailed looks at the characters, their interactions, and even some of the battle scenes, we get another strong performance in the G1-esque direction that Ramondelli's art, colouring and layouts has taken in later months. It works for the big bad bot, it works for the Lost Light cast, it works for Ironhide in particular. It works.

Transformers News: IDW Titans Return One-Shot Review
PUNCH IT


Tom B. Long returns to the work he had been doing in books like Autocracy/Primacy/Monstrosity, keeping the fonts more or less simple and clear, but having fun with the sound effects as Sentinel brings on a bit of a rampage wherever he goes or might end up going. And we get some good covers too, in the main Ramondelli one we've seen for a while plus the ROM exclusive, the thumbnailed Priscilla Tramontano encapsulates the story's potential direction, and there's a very fun double cover by Chris Giarrusso for Acme Comics.


Thoughts
Spoilerish ahead

The visuals are Ramondelli at its best, as of recent, and it's good to see him in such top shape, and colour, and... The writing, not only of the different characters as pointed out so far, but of Sentinel himself, is very entertaining - as far as a character such as his can be. He will be loved and hated in equal measure, and stands as a dead ringer for certain vocal elements of the fandom at times, too.

Transformers News: IDW Titans Return One-Shot Review
Yeah. I said it.


A one-shot that actually does fairly well in bringing together the three coexisting series at the moment, and sets up a stage that doesn't feel to constrained or artificial, with hints in the other books that can be linking bits together for detail-oriented readers, and a callback to a much earlier stage of the IDWverse. This book does good, and it does it well.

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

IDW Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye #55 Review

Transformers News: IDW Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye #55 Review
Date: Wednesday, July 27th 2016 6:13am CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Reviews
Posted by: ScottyP | Credit(s): IDW Publishing

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The Knowing
A Review of Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye #55

As spoiler-free as I can make it

Transformers News: IDW Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye #55 Review
Seriously, finding non-spoiler filled images was legitimately difficult.

Here we are, 4 years, 7 months, and a week since The Death of Optimus Prime, which ushered in what has arguably been the best long-form run of Transformers comics in history (that includes Robots in Disguise/The Transformers and all the various one-shots and mini-series within this time period, for the record.) Now that I've read More Than Meets The Eye 55, it feels like the end of an era. Yes, the story is continuing next month, and even once this iteration of the book wraps up with issue 57 there's still the Revolution tie-in book and a relaunch under the moniker of Lost Light, but do you feel it?

It feels like an act is done, the stage set for the next, but the immediate moment finds curtains drawn, house lights brought up, and an audience filing away. They'll mingle and chatter about what's been seen, some will speculate on what's still to come, but when the lights flicker and they come back they're going to know that the immediate next act is not one with the players just seen. Behind the curtains, a director is leaving the chair, costumes are being changed, and new actors are preparing for their debuts.

This drawn out analogy is important, as the content of MTMTE 55 is much more satisfying when considering the perceived feeling of significant change in the universe of Transformers comics. With this preamble done, let's dive into more specifics about this particular issue.

Transformers News: IDW Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye #55 Review
Probably not a good way to get your security deposit back.

While "Season 2" of More Than Meets The Eye has been running since directly after the Dark Cybertron crossover event arc, for this reviewer, there have always been two parts of this "Season": before issue 44, and after. That was the issue where Megatron's journey began to pivot, and it was also the point where the quantitative amount of mysteries that the book held in store seemed to hit a peak. From the last Scavengers two parter and on through "Speak, Memory" and "Dying of the Light", more questions have been slowly answered compared to the amount of new questions that have arisen. With this issue, hold on to your seat - my roller coaster analogy was not just an unusually popular Tweet. This book will hit you with story beats, character moments, major revelations, floods of emotion, and heart pounding suspense in rapid succession without leaving room for much time in between.

Transformers News: IDW Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye #55 Review
A small sample of the intensity that awaits.

Make no mistake about it though, this issue is both the end of and very representative of "Season 2". It's all about the journey, and not every reader, including very devoted MTMTE followers, will be satisfied with every direction taken.

Transformers News: IDW Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye #55 Review
No really, this will be the reaction some of you have. But to which part?

As can be expected of a James Roberts penned book, each turn is clever and well explained within the words and imagery present. If you like "James Roberts clever twists", you'll love this issue to pieces, though the massive amount of content pressed into twenty pages of comic does lead some of these to feel anticlimactic. That's indeed a critique, but the immediate counterpoint is that some things just had to be quickly handled for this story to do everything it wanted to do. Maybe some initial ideas got punted or changed, especially looking back to the solicit for the issue, or maybe they didn't and I just don't fully grasp the solicitation's text yet.

Transformers News: IDW Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye #55 Review
Let's all talk about this in the thread below. I don't think we've got closure on this point.

Some other staff members here on Seibertron have expressed similar laments on this concluding piece of a larger arc, ranging from comments on how the book couldn't quite help "Dying of the Light" top the floor of its reach, to one about some turns not literally being 'deus ex machina' moments yet managing to feel the same way.

To me, this is more of an issue of prioritization and not even pacing anymore. Character moments are, it would seem, purposely given more real estate than answered questions (when they aren't one in the same), and not every fruit borne of promising seeds ends up tasting ripe on the first bite due to this balance. Having had the luxury of time to think a great deal before writing this review, it should be said that while there was some initial bitterness on the palette during the initial tasting, nothing lingered and it's all settled in very satisfyingly. Your mileage may vary, as MTMTE "Season 2", like many delicacies, can be an acquired taste.

Transformers News: IDW Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye #55 Review
I told you - non-spoiler images just aren't abound in this issue!

For the production of the book (full credits may be found here), get ready for Milne, Lafuente, and Long at their very best. Each character looks exactly as your brain tells you their MTMTE iteration looks, complete with super expressive facial features, body language, and movements. These are highlighted by all the 'choom's and 'vromp's you can shake a stick at, with the colors of the characters and environments putting a tidy bow on a beautifully presented package.

Visually speaking, this delivers everything you could want and then some. There are even some visual cues that lead me to believe the events in the latter part of the book may be, well, more than meets the eye.

Transformers News: IDW Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye #55 Review
I think that what is tinfoil may never a'luminate. And I'm sorry.

Hats off to the entire team, even those contributing just in the form of variant covers like Nick Roche, Josh Burcham, Brendan Cahill, and Jean-Paul Bove, and of course to outgoing editor John Barber.

... and ROM The Space Knight.

Verdict
Transformers News: IDW Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye #55 Review

Like the rest of More Than Meets The Eye for the past couple of years, you might read this tomorrow and feel underwhelmed by a few points. If you're someone that's looking for more passive Transformers entertainment and have been highly critical of issues 28-54, you'll be highly critical of 55. If you've enjoyed chewing through every detail, and re-read old arcs over and over looking for clues on where things will go, or if you've just really enjoyed every bit of MTMTE since issue 28 without fail, you'll love this issue.

Ultimately, I found this to be a very satisfying conclusion to a very satisfying arc. The great character work shines, the story moves briskly, and nothing feels to have happened without at least some degree of thought out cause.

Did I like every twist? No, I think at least one huge opportunity for an amazing future story had a big red "abort" button pressed, and some others felt like fanservice that just didn't add anything except for those rooting for certain characters. There were some amazing twists though, and the end in particular has me watching my calendar and eyeing the IDW release schedule thinking only "How could they do this to us?!" Waiting for December is going to hurt.

When reflecting on how long and how deeply I've had to think about this issue, I'm glad to have held off on writing this review until days after my initial read. Thinking back to the moment when I reached the start of the third to last page, and how I was involuntarily at the edge of my chair, heart pounding in anticipation of what was or was not about to happen, the realization strikes that this journey, Megatron's journey, is a story that will stick with me for a long time.

Like Megatron, it isn't perfect, but there's a great deal to love despite a few rough edges.

. :CON: :CON: :CON: :CON: & 1/2 out of "Don't Change Back"
aka 4.5/5


Bonus! James Roberts' soundtrack suggestions for this issue:
  • The Sundays - Here's Where The Story Ends
  • Villagers - Everything I Have Is Yours
  • Ben Folds Five - Missing The War

IDW The Transformers #55 Possibly Postponed

Transformers News: IDW The Transformers #55 Possibly Postponed
Date: Wednesday, July 27th 2016 3:48am CDT
Category: Comic Book News
Posted by: Dr Va'al | Credit(s): John Barber

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Just a quick announcement:

We are postponing our review of The Transformers #55, as John Barber has let people know via Twitter that the issue's release date has been moved to next week (it may still digitally, though, at this point it seems there is some confusion at distribution level). As we aim to release reviews on the day of release for more readers to join in the conversation, we have chosen to follow suit. Titans Return and More Than Meets the Eye #55 will have their reviews up today as scheduled! Thank you for understanding.

The world is a cruel place. TF #55 is apparently next week. So, enjoy those music links over and over. And, you know, read MTMTE & Titans R.


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