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Transformers Collectors Club Trade Paperback Series Announced - Issue 1 Available for Preorder

Transformers News: Transformers Collectors Club Trade Paperback Series Announced - Issue 1 Available for Preorder
Date: Monday, November 26th 2012 6:17pm CST
Categories: Collector's Club News, Comic Book News
Posted by: Mkall | Credit(s): TFCC

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Several members of the Transformers Collectors Club have received the following email
TFCC wrote:I hope that all of you are having a great holiday season so far!

We are creating some collected volume trade paperbacks featuring past year's stories and wanted to let you know about the very limited availability (only 500 copies) of our first issue:

Transformers Collectors' Club Magazine Collected Edition Volume 1.

This LIMITED EDITION collected volume will contain Issues 1-6 of the TCC Newsletter from 2005. The six bound newsletters will also feature a great new cover by artist Robby Musso. The perfect way to catch up on the fiction from the TCC and to have all the info from 2005 at your fingertips.

100 pgs, FC, $19.99

Available for pre-order until 12-17-12 TransformersClub.com/shop

Thanks for your support!

Brian

PS more club news coming soon... or is that shortly?


This trade paperback can be ordered here for $19.99

TFCC Trade Paperback Series announced, Issue 1 Up for Preorder

New Transformers Trades Listed for Pre-Order on Amazon: Cover Updates

Transformers News: New Transformers Trades Listed for Pre-Order on Amazon: Cover Updates
Date: Saturday, November 24th 2012 3:01pm CST
Category: Comic Book News
Posted by: El Duque | Credit(s): Amazon

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Amazon has listed several IDW Transformers comic trades for pre-order. All are scheduled to arrive in March and April of next year. The pre-order links and product descriptions (the ones that are available) are listed below.

Update: We now have covers for Transformers: Robots In Disguise Volume 3, Transformers Classics Volume 5, Transformers: Regeneration One Volume 2, and Transformers Prime: Rage of the Dinobots. Check them out below:

  • Transformers: The IDW Collection Volume 8 [Hardcover] $32.99
    Product Details
    Hardcover: 384 pages
    Publisher: IDW Publishing (May 7, 2013)
    Language: English
    ISBN-10: 1613776276
    ISBN-13: 978-1613776278


    Re: New Transformers Trades Listed for Pre-Order on Amazon

  • Transformers: Robots In Disguise Volume 3 [Paperback] $17.99
    Product Details
    Paperback: 104 pages
    Publisher: IDW Publishing (April 16, 2013)
    Language: English
    ISBN-10: 1613776268
    ISBN-13: 978-1613776261


    Re: New Transformers Trades Listed for Pre-Order on Amazon

  • Transformers Classics Volume 5 [Paperback] $24.99
    Book Description
    Publication Date: May 7, 2013
    The historic comic book roots of The Transformers are re-presented for maximum Cybertronian enjoyment. Collecting issues #51-62, rejoin The Autobots and The Decepticons as their war stretches across the cosmos. Freshly re-mastered and re-colored, these stories are accompanied by an in-depth introduction as well as select issue notes by Mark W. Bellomo.

    Product Details
    Paperback: 276 pages
    Publisher: IDW Publishing (May 7, 2013)
    Language: English
    ISBN-10: 1613776330
    ISBN-13: 978-1613776339


    Re: New Transformers Trades Listed for Pre-Order on Amazon

  • Transformers: Regeneration One Volume 2 [Paperback] $19.99
    Book Description
    Publication Date: May 28, 2013
    The fallout from the devastation on Earth ripples outwards, all the way to Nebulos, where Grimlock faces his own dark demons and a fateful choice that may cost him his very Spark. The dark reign of Scorponok begins here, and nothing will ever be the same again!

    Product Details
    Paperback: 128 pages
    Publisher: IDW Publishing (May 28, 2013)
    Language: English
    ISBN-10: 161377642X
    ISBN-13: 978-1613776421


    Re: New Transformers Trades Listed for Pre-Order on Amazon

  • Transformers Prime: Rage of the Dinobots [Paperback] $17.99
    Book Description
    Publication Date: May 28, 2013
    Bridging the story from the Fall of Cybertron video game to the Prime TV show - the Dinobots hold the line as Cybertron falls! With Optimus Prime and the Ark long gone, the rest of the population makes their escape from the dying world - but Shockwave remains behind, continuing his experiments!

    Product Details
    Paperback: 104 pages
    Publisher: IDW Publishing (May 28, 2013)
    Language: English
    ISBN-10: 1613776063
    ISBN-13: 978-1613776063

  • G.I. JOE / Transformers Volume 3 [Paperback] $24.99
    Product Details
    Paperback: 208 pages
    Publisher: IDW Publishing (April 30, 2013)
    Language: English
    ISBN-10: 1613776209
    ISBN-13: 978-1613776209

John Barber Transformers: Robots in Disguise Interview

Transformers News: John Barber Transformers: Robots in Disguise Interview
Date: Wednesday, November 21st 2012 11:34pm CST
Categories: Comic Book News, People News
Posted by: El Duque | Credit(s): Transformers facebook page

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The official Transformers facebook page has posted an interview with Transformers: Robots in Disguise Ongoing writer and IDW Senior Editor John Barber. We've mirrored the interview below for those without facebook access:

Q: Hi John. Robots in Disguise is almost a year old now. Has everything panned out as smoothly as you had hoped in the story you are telling?

JOHN BARBER: Hi! Well, we’ve stuck pretty close to the original ideas. New things have definitely cropped up, new ideas pop in all the time, but the essential story Andrew Griffith and I set out to tell over the first year or so has gone according to plan. Along the way there’ve been some nice synchronicities, some characters have asserted themselves in ways that either made them bigger characters or that changed the way the story unfolded, but overall, yeah.


Q: You’ve been trying to make sense of some continuity issues that have cropped up. Is this something you really wanted to try in fix from past TF comics?

JOHN BARBER: It’s not really that I set out to fix things as much as sometimes little continuity things suggest interesting stories or directions. Like, with Metalhawk—when More Than Meets The Eye writer James Roberts and I were working on The Death of Optimus Prime, James had come up with the notion of having a character be the de facto leader of the neutral Cybertronians who were returning home. I thought it’d be cool to use an existing Transformers character that we hadn’t seen yet—somebody that would have resonance with some fans, but it wouldn’t be essential that anybody know who he is.
We bounced some ideas between us and Andy Schmidt, who was the editor then, and to Michael Kelly at Hasbro. Eventually, James suggested Metalhawk. A quick internet search showed that Metalhawk had appeared in one panel in the Drift limited series. Or, anyway, somebody that looked an awful lot like Metalhawk was there. Alex Milne had drawn him in as, basically, a random ’bot. Nobody called him Metalhawk, he didn’t do anything particularly important. And it would have been pretty easy to just ignore that. And, honestly—and I know some fans vehemently disagree with what I’m about to say—I think it would have been fair to just write that off as “somebody that looks like Metalhawk” if it got in the way of the story.
But it got me thinking, and I thought it could be kind of cool if that were Metalhawk, and even though he’s only got that one panel in the Drift comic, that battle had actually been a key part of Metalhawk’s life. And that created an opportunity to bring Turmoil (who I think is an awesome character who deserved more of an on-panel life) back and have it mean something personal to somebody that Turmoil was around. So that panel just suggested some depth to the then-just-being-developed-in-current-continuity Metalhawk.
Hopefully, in practice, it doesn’t matter to the RID reader if they ever see that panel, but I think it’s fun that that panel is there. It creates a wider, more coherent tapestry of stories, without being obtrusive or stopping us from moving forward.


Q: After seeing all of the previous TF work, how hard did you find it get into the characters heads and come up with their voices and point of views?

JOHN BARBER: Well, over my life I’ve spent a fair amount of time with these characters—reading the comics, watching the cartoons and movies, playing with the toys when I was young—so I had some thoughts about the characters. There were some that, over the years, had been portrayed in ways that didn’t exactly match up all the way, which is just the reality of what happens when you have an ongoing comic book universe with different writers and artists playing in the same sandbox.
But, again, that was an opportunity. Real people do contradictory things, real people change their approaches over the years. We react differently to different situations. So I tried to use those different reactions and figure out what might make these particular iterations of these guys tick.
I tried to give the characters distinct points of view and voices based on what we’d seen them do over the course of all the IDW-published comics, and also what the sort-of “classic” versions of the characters are. I like using the big characters, and some of them have developed really interesting backstories, but that’s mostly how I view the previous stories, in practical storytelling terms. I mean, not that my stories are better, I just mean that as a writer, you have to focus on the story you’re telling, not a previous story. As a reader, you shouldn’t need to know the details of the character’s lives to follow what they’re doing now, or to enjoy them as characters… but if you do want to know about their life stories—a lot of it’s been published!


Q: Can you say much about your grand plan when you started writing RID? Did you have this time of peace on the re-born Cybertron well plotted out?

JOHN BARBER: Yeah, the big arc of the first year or so, definitely. It’s really about 16 issues that will get you a big climax to the story begun in issue 1. But not an end to the RID saga, I should add. That definitely keeps going!
Like I said, some of it changed a little, but the broad strokes are the same.
There were certain stories I wanted to hit—RID was never meant to be only about the political struggle. I wanted to have a story about somebody coming home trying to fit in on this world; a wilderness story; a story about the city surviving the changed environment of the planet. I feel like we did pretty well hitting those stories and still moving forward with a big, macro story about the power struggle in Iacon.


Q: Have you had to change or adapt how you write the stories, maybe based on something you’ve seen coming up in maybe an issue of More Than Meets the Eye (RID’s sister title)?

JOHN BARBER: We toss ideas back and forth all the time, James and I. So yeah, we’re constantly affecting what each other are doing. We’ve managed to not screw each other up, though, with our stories. If that’s what you mean.


Q: Have you found it difficult to keep a track of events in RID, especially with issues such as the time travelling space ship causing chaos (at least for the characters)?

JOHN BARBER: Yeah… it’s funny. I really intentionally focused in on five key players—Bumblebee, Ironhide, Prowl, Wheeljack, and Starscream—with Metalhawk playing a huge outsider role for most of the series. But as the series went on, a lot of other characters became important, too. So keeping track of where everybody is and where they wind up by issue 16 has been constantly on my mind.
Issue 10, with the time-traveling space-ship… that was it’s own beast. That was hard to keep track of on a totally different level. And I’m happy people came along for that ride.


Q: Is there any one stand-out moment from the first year of RID that you are most proud of over the others?

JOHN BARBER: Yes, but I can’t say what it is yet without giving things away.


Q: A certain character re-appears in issue 11 of RID. Had the return of this character been in your mind right from the very start?

JOHN BARBER: Yes, absolutely. Don’t miss today’s issue! Everything changes here.


Q: Between writing RID and editing the books across the TF license, would you say its one of the most challenging jobs you’ve done in comics?

JOHN BARBER: Sure, yeah. I mean, I edit more than just the Transformers comics, too—I work on G.I. Joe with Carlos Guzman, and on Dungeons & Dragons, and on a few other comics, too. So it’s a lot of good stuff to get to do. There’s definitely a lot of Transformers comics across a lot of timelines, but it’s a good challenge.

Q: Anything you can say about season 2 of RID? Can you say about possible happenings or characters that may reappear?

JOHN BARBER: Two words: purple reign.

Seibertron.com Reviews IDW Transformers: Robots in Disguise #11

Transformers News: Seibertron.com Reviews IDW Transformers: Robots in Disguise #11
Date: Tuesday, November 20th 2012 5:45am CST
Categories: Comic Book News, Reviews, Site News
Posted by: Blurrz

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CHOSEN ONE

SPOILER FREE
(CONTAINING SPOILERS FROM PREVIOUS RID ISSUES, HOWEVER)



It is quite the whirlwind this week for IDW Transformers comics this week, as their two biggest titles hit the shelf this Wednesday. My first review is for Robots In Disguise, and time certainly flies as we're already on the 11th issue. It has been a handful of weeks since we've been in the forefront of Cybertron politics as the RID Annual and the time travel filled Orion Pax RID #10 were the recent additions from Barber and company. To summarize our latest happenings with Bumblebee and friends, the Metrotitan, first discovered by the crew of the Lost Light, made its way back to its motherplanet, Cybertron. Before imploding due to unfortunate circumstances he had one last phrase; Starscream is the chosen one. Plot twist!

Seibertron.com Reviews IDW Transformers: Robots in Disguise #11


I think one of the biggest griefs some fans, including myself, have with the previous Robots In Disguise issues is that they tend to force the story to fit within the 22 page limit. While I am not the biggest fan of cliffhangers (the predecessors of both MTMTE and RID were full of them), I think comics are successful when they mix good story telling and make you yearn for more. At last I feel that Robots In Disguise #11 has hit the bullseye and is now on par with MTMTE. This issue feels like Barber's best!

Seibertron.com Reviews IDW Transformers: Robots in Disguise #11


I can't say that I was in league with those that thought RID would improve, but with hindsight, each story has been setting us up for what we have now. Whether this is our only climax in this series, or the first of many, we're being treated to some great characterization and storytelling.

Seibertron.com Reviews IDW Transformers: Robots in Disguise #11


One of the characters that I felt that had mistreatment in past issues (more in regards to just being hindered from using their true capabilities) was Arcee. In the IDW continuity, I think it's common knowledge that you shouldn't mess with Arcee. By the end of the issue, well let's just say that you really, really shouldn't mess with Arcee. She steals the show from Bumbleebee, Prowl, Starscream and 'hawk.

Seibertron.com Reviews IDW Transformers: Robots in Disguise #11


Ultimately, this is my favorite RID issue so far. The art (Guido stepping in for Griffith), storytelling, plot, dialogue, action and cliffhanger set this apart from any issue so far. Get it!

Seibertron.com Reviews IDW Transformers: Robots in Disguise #11

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Transformers: Robots in Disguise Ongoing #11 Preview

Transformers News: Transformers: Robots in Disguise Ongoing #11 Preview
Date: Tuesday, November 20th 2012 12:08am CST
Category: Comic Book News
Posted by: El Duque | Credit(s): IDW Publishing

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Courtesy of the fine folks at IDW Publishing here's the preview for Transformers: Robots in Disguise #11. Check out the preview found below.


TRANSFORMERS ROBOTS IN DISGUISE ONGOING #11
(W) John Barber (A) Guido Guidi (CA) Casey Coller, Andrew Griffith
CYBERTRON IS ABOUT TO EXPLODE! Tensions ratchet up between AUTOBOTS and DECEPTICONS as violence breaks out in the heart of the city… and PROWL looks for someone to blame. Is DIRGE a convenient target-or the key to what comes next? Plus… an old friend comes back home.


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Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye Ongoing #11 Preview

Transformers News: Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye Ongoing #11 Preview
Date: Tuesday, November 20th 2012 12:06am CST
Category: Comic Book News
Posted by: El Duque | Credit(s): IDW Publishing

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Our friends at IDW Publishing have sent over the preview for Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye Ongoing #11. Pick up your copy tomorrow, for now enjoy the preview below.

TRANSFORMERS MORE THAN MEETS EYE ONGOING #11
(W) James Roberts (A) Alex Milne (CA) Alex Milne, Nick Roche
SHADOWLAND CONCLUDES! And it’s the end of an era when, on pre-war CYBERTRON, enemies close in on all sides and Orion Pax – the future OPTIMUS PRIME – selects a team of AUTOBOTS to help him pull off the ultimate heist – with the fate of the planet hanging in the balance!


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New Transformers Trades Listed for Pre-Order on Amazon

Transformers News: New Transformers Trades Listed for Pre-Order on Amazon
Date: Saturday, November 17th 2012 4:05pm CST
Category: Comic Book News
Posted by: El Duque | Credit(s): Amazon

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Amazon has listed several IDW Transformers comic trades for pre-order. All are scheduled to arrive in March and April of next year. The pre-order links and product descriptions (the ones that are available) are listed below:

  • Transformers: The IDW Collection Volume 8 [Hardcover] $32.99
    Product Details
    Hardcover: 384 pages
    Publisher: IDW Publishing (May 7, 2013)
    Language: English
    ISBN-10: 1613776276
    ISBN-13: 978-1613776278

  • Transformers: Robots In Disguise Volume 3 [Paperback] $17.99
    Product Details
    Paperback: 104 pages
    Publisher: IDW Publishing (April 16, 2013)
    Language: English
    ISBN-10: 1613776268
    ISBN-13: 978-1613776261

  • Transformers Classics Volume 5 [Paperback] $24.99
    Book Description
    Publication Date: May 7, 2013
    The historic comic book roots of The Transformers are re-presented for maximum Cybertronian enjoyment. Collecting issues #51-62, rejoin The Autobots and The Decepticons as their war stretches across the cosmos. Freshly re-mastered and re-colored, these stories are accompanied by an in-depth introduction as well as select issue notes by Mark W. Bellomo.

    Product Details
    Paperback: 276 pages
    Publisher: IDW Publishing (May 7, 2013)
    Language: English
    ISBN-10: 1613776330
    ISBN-13: 978-1613776339

  • Transformers: Regeneration One Volume 2 [Paperback] $19.99
    Book Description
    Publication Date: May 28, 2013
    The fallout from the devastation on Earth ripples outwards, all the way to Nebulos, where Grimlock faces his own dark demons and a fateful choice that may cost him his very Spark. The dark reign of Scorponok begins here, and nothing will ever be the same again!

    Product Details
    Paperback: 128 pages
    Publisher: IDW Publishing (May 28, 2013)
    Language: English
    ISBN-10: 161377642X
    ISBN-13: 978-1613776421

  • Transformers Prime: Rage of the Dinobots [Paperback] $17.99
    Book Description
    Publication Date: May 28, 2013
    Bridging the story from the Fall of Cybertron video game to the Prime TV show - the Dinobots hold the line as Cybertron falls! With Optimus Prime and the Ark long gone, the rest of the population makes their escape from the dying world - but Shockwave remains behind, continuing his experiments!

    Product Details
    Paperback: 104 pages
    Publisher: IDW Publishing (May 28, 2013)
    Language: English
    ISBN-10: 1613776063
    ISBN-13: 978-1613776063

  • G.I. JOE / Transformers Volume 3 [Paperback] $24.99
    Product Details
    Paperback: 208 pages
    Publisher: IDW Publishing (April 30, 2013)
    Language: English
    ISBN-10: 1613776209
    ISBN-13: 978-1613776209

New Optimus Prime Print From Acid Free Available Today

Transformers News: New Optimus Prime Print From Acid Free Available Today
Date: Friday, November 16th 2012 3:06pm CST
Categories: Collectables, Comic Book News
Posted by: LOST Cybertronian | Credit(s): LOST Cybertronian

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Acidfreegallery.com has a new Optimus Prime print available for sale today for 24 hours only. This print is by artist Kevin Tong which is officially liscensed by Hasbro and also features two variants to go on sale at random times today.

Available Friday, 11/16/2012, 12:30 pm, EST for 24 hours only!

Optimus Prime (24 hour) by Kevin Tong

Limited Edition Licensed Screenprint

16x24 - 6 color screen print

Paper: Domtar Lynx Opaque

Run Size: Timed limited Edition (Run size based on the number sold in 24 hours)

Markings: Numbered

Printed by D&L Screenprinting – Seattle WA

Produced by Acidfree Gallery

Officially Licensed by Hasbro, Inc.

(No trading card will be shipped with this specific print)



**3 Special prize winning tubes will ship with a "prize card" to win a free 24x36 edition of Optimus Prime by Kevin Tong. One winner will get the 24x36 variant edition and two winners will get the regular 24x36 edition. To redeem your prize winning code you must send a photo of the card received in the tube. Send to info@acidfreegallery.com**


New Optimus Prime Print From Acid Free Available Today

IDW Spotlight: Orion Pax Cover Art from Livio Ramondelli

Transformers News: IDW Spotlight: Orion Pax Cover Art from Livio Ramondelli
Date: Friday, November 16th 2012 1:59pm CST
Categories: Comic Book News, People News
Posted by: El Duque | Credit(s): Livio Ramondelli

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Artist Livio Ramondelli has shared his cover art work for IDW's upcoming Transformers Spotlight: Orion Pax. This issue is due out in December 2012. Take a look below.

Transformers Spotlight: Orion Pax

James Roberts (w) • Steve Kurth (a) • Kurth, Livio Ramondelli (c)

BEFORE OPTIMUS PRIME—there was Orion Pax! Four million years ago, the future leader of the AUTOBOTS disappeared into the Cybertronian wilderness to save a friend. What happened next would take him to the very brink—and have startling repercussions on the current comics!

FC • 32 pages • $3.99



IDW Spotlight: Orion Pax Cover Art from Livio Ramondelli

IDW February 2013 Solicitations

Transformers News: IDW February 2013 Solicitations
Date: Friday, November 16th 2012 11:21am CST
Category: Comic Book News
Posted by: El Duque | Credit(s): Bleeding Cool

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Courtesy of Bleeding Cool we have the February 2013 Transformers comic solicitations from IDW Publishing. Looks to be a good month with the three regular ongoing titles plus the conclusion of Rage of the Dinobots and Spotlight: Megatron. Check out the covers and brief description below.

  • TRANSFORMERS ROBOTS IN DISGUISE ONGOING #14
  • TRANSFORMERS MORE THAN MEETS EYE ONGOING #14
  • TRANSFORMERS SPOTLIGHT MEGATRON ONE SHOT
  • TRANSFORMERS REGENERATION ONE #88
  • TRANSFORMERS PRIME RAGE O/T DINOBOTS #4 (OF 4)


TRANSFORMERS ROBOTS IN DISGUISE ONGOING #14
IDEA & DESIGN WORKS LLC
(W) John Barber (A) Andrew Griffith (CA) Casey Coller, Andrew Griffith
MEGATRON IS BACK! The day the AUTOBOTS hoped would never arrive… is here. CYBERTRON is burning, BUMBLEBEE’s government is crumbling, and MEGATRON is here. Sides are chosen… and heroes fall.

IDW February 2013 Solicitations
TRANSFORMERS MORE THAN MEETS EYE ONGOING #14
IDEA & DESIGN WORKS LLC
(W) James Roberts (A) Alex Milne (CA) Alex Milne, Nick Roche
James Roberts (w) o Alex Milne (a) o Milne, Nick Roche (c)
THE RETURN OF OVERLORD! Locked in a secret cell underneath the Lost Light, hidden from the crew, a DECEPTICON psychopath is talking without opening his mouth… and an AUTOBOT with needles for fingers is about to make the biggest mistake of his life.

IDW February 2013 Solicitations
TRANSFORMERS SPOTLIGHT MEGATRON ONE SHOT
IDEA & DESIGN WORKS LLC
(W/A) Nick Roche (CA) Livio Ramondelli, Nick Roche
Nick Roche (w & a) o Roche, Livio Ramondelli (c)
MEGATRON IS BACK! Writer/artist Nick Roche (Last Stand of the Wreckers) takes us back to the last time MEGATRON returned-when he found his DECEPTICON forces in tatters under the control of STARSCREAM. In this never-before-revealed tale, we learn exactly how Megatron reacted… and how Starscream survived!

IDW February 2013 Solicitations

IDW February 2013 Solicitations
TRANSFORMERS REGENERATION ONE #88
IDEA & DESIGN WORKS LLC
(W) Simon Furman (A) Andrew Wildman (CA) Andrew Wildman, Guido Guidi
Simon Furman (w) o Andrew Wildman (a) o Wildman, Guido Guidi (c)
WAR IN THE CITY! Anarchy reigns on the streets of Iacon as SCORPONOK’s grip tightens further, and those AUTOBOTS still willing and able to resist look to their absent leader-who is on an endangered list all of his own. Beneath the surface of CYBERTRON, HOT ROD runs for his life, locked on a collision
course with his maker, PRIMUS!

IDW February 2013 Solicitations
TRANSFORMERS PRIME RAGE O/T DINOBOTS #4 (OF 4)
IDEA & DESIGN WORKS LLC
(W) Mike Johnson, Mairghread Scott (A) Agustin Padilla (CA) Ken Christiansen
Mike Johnson & Mairghread Scott (w) o Agustin Padilla (a) o Ken Christiansen (c)
DINOBOT WAR! GRIMLOCK leads the DINOBOTS against SHOCKWAVE’s troops-and the results won’t be pretty! With SWOOP under SER-KET’s control, it’s an all-or-nothing battle of DINOBOT versus PREDACON-with the fate of CYBERTRON hanging on every punch, blast, jab, and bite! Don’t miss the senses-shattering conclusion to this mind-blowing miniseries!

IDW February 2013 Solicitations

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Transformers Podcast: Twincast / Podcast #98 - Combiner Wars
Twincast / Podcast #98:
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