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IDW Lost Light #1 - Release Date and Orbital Comics Signing by Roberts, Lawrence Scheduled

Date: Wednesday, November 16th 2016 10:34pm CST
Categories: Comic Book News, Event News, People News
Posted by: D-Maximus_Prime | Credit(s): Orbital Comics

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With the first preview for Optimus Prime released and Till All Are One coming out next week, we bring you news on the third IDW Transformers ongoing in the form of the release date as well as a chance get the first issue signed by the writer and artist!

That's right folks. Lost Light #1 is set to be released on December 14, a little under a month away. Lost Light will pick up where issue 55 of More Than Meets The Eye left off, and will serve as a "season 3" to the series, a similar pattern that Transformers: Prime went through with Beast Hunters. To go along with the release of the first issue, James Roberts and Jack Lawrence will be visiting Orbital Comics that Friday, December 16, to sign issues of Lost Light from 5 to 7pm.

Orbital comics is located in London, and the address is: 8 Great Newport Street, London WC2H 7JA.

You can read the description that Orbital Comics provided below, and stay tuned! We can expect a preview of the first issue to be coming up very shortly!

To celebrate the release of Transformers: Lost Light #1, Orbital Comics is pleased to welcome writer James Roberts and artist Jack Lawrence to the store!

They will be signing copies of the comic on Friday December 16th, from 5-7pm.

Also, while you’re in store, check out our gallery, featuring an exhibition of artwork from Jack Lawrence.


Transformers News: IDW Lost Light #1 - Release Date and Orbital Comics Signing by Roberts, Lawrence Scheduled

Sneak Peek - IDW Optimus Prime #1 Preview

Date: Wednesday, November 16th 2016 11:18am CST
Category: Comic Book News
Posted by: Dr Va'al | Credit(s): IDW

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Snuck in at the back of the digital version of IDW Publishing's Micronauts #7, we have a lengthy preview of the new title brought to us by the Transformers universe in the post Revolution world: Optimus Prime #1! The pages show a bit of a flashback-y reflection from the Autobot leader on his preceding Prime title-bearers, and some commotions on Earth after yet another alien incursion. Check it out!

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Transformers News: Sneak Peek - IDW Optimus Prime #1 Preview

Transformers News: Sneak Peek - IDW Optimus Prime #1 Preview

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Transformers News: Sneak Peek - IDW Optimus Prime #1 Preview

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Full Preview for IDW G.I. Joe: Revolution (One-Shot)

Date: Tuesday, November 15th 2016 5:43am CST
Category: Comic Book News
Posted by: Dr Va'al | Credit(s): IDW

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The end of IDW's massive franchise crossover event is almost in sight, but there are still a couple of side-books to consider and left to enter the stage - this week, it's the turn of G.I. Joe! Check out the full preview of the event tie-in one-shot below, and expect a review some point this week too, from our resident staff Joexpert.

G.I. JOE: Revolution #1
Aubrey Sitterson (w) • Giannis Milogiannis (a) • Aaron Conley (c)
G.I. JOE IS BACK! Thanks to the events of REVOLUTION, the G.I. Joe team led by Scarlett returns to the fray, leading the charge against invading TRANSFORMERS and other aliens. But when a US military defense base goes dark, Scarlett has reason to suspect that these enemy forces may have infiltrated G.I. Joe. It’s up to her, Roadblock, Rock ‘n Roll, Quick Kick, Wild Bill, and Shipwreck to move in and root out any traitors before the facility falls into the wrong hands!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Bullet points:
G.I. JOE returns to the fray!
A key one-shot connected to the world of REVOLUTION!
Variant cover by Ken Christiansen, part of a 13-part connected cover!


Transformers News: Full Preview for IDW G.I. Joe: Revolution (One-Shot)

Transformers News: Full Preview for IDW G.I. Joe: Revolution (One-Shot)

Transformers News: Full Preview for IDW G.I. Joe: Revolution (One-Shot)

Transformers News: Full Preview for IDW G.I. Joe: Revolution (One-Shot)

Transformers News: Full Preview for IDW G.I. Joe: Revolution (One-Shot)

Transformers News: Full Preview for IDW G.I. Joe: Revolution (One-Shot)

Transformers News: Full Preview for IDW G.I. Joe: Revolution (One-Shot)

Sneak Peek - IDW Transformers: Till All Are One #5

Transformers News: Sneak Peek - IDW Transformers: Till All Are One #5
Date: Thursday, November 10th 2016 3:15pm CST
Category: Comic Book News
Posted by: Dr Va'al | Credit(s): iTunes

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We return to your regularly scheduled Transformers comics from IDW, now that the end of the crossover Revolution is in sight, with a quick iTunes preview of Transformers: Till All Are One #5! The regular team in back on board, with Scott, Pitre Durocher, Deer and (probably) Long at their posts. Check it out, and head back for a full preview in the next week or so!

REVOLUTION is over but the danger isn’t over! A wave of undead TITANS threatens CYBERTRON! STARSCREAM will need more than secret police to stop the oncoming horde, but our Fearless Leader finds himself short on friends and firepower. Who can be called upon—and why aren’t they stepping up to the plate?


Transformers News: Sneak Peek - IDW Transformers: Till All Are One #5

Transformers News: Sneak Peek - IDW Transformers: Till All Are One #5

Transformers News: Sneak Peek - IDW Transformers: Till All Are One #5

IDW Revolution Issue #4 (of 5) Review

Transformers News: IDW Revolution Issue #4 (of 5) Review
Date: Thursday, November 3rd 2016 7:35pm CDT
Categories: Site News, Comic Book News, Reviews
Posted by: D-Maximus_Prime | Credit(s): IDW, D-Maximus_Prime

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When Scrap Hits The Fan
A Seibertron.com semi-spoilerish review of IDW Revolution #4


Synopsis
SILENT INTERLUDE! One human has the skill to break into AUTOBOT CITY—but what is SNAKE EYES going to do when he finds himself face-to-knee with OPTIMUS PRIME? And outside, MILES MAYHEM and the M.A.S.K. team wait to see who walks out alive…

Transformers News: IDW Revolution Issue #4 (of 5) Review
1 on 1 on 1... My votes on the little guy


Story

Well, we've reached the next to last issue, the one where we generally get the majority of the major reveals of the whole storyline. The one where the ending will leave you wanting more, with the heroes on the ropes and the bad guys all standing tall in place for their final victory. And, in the case of crossovers, the place where everything generally all comes together.

In some of those respects, Revolution #4 did not disappoint.

The entirety of the Crossover is finally revealed, with everyone falling into place and everyone's adventures finally crossing their final paths, set for the big-named characters conclusion (well, save one that only appeared very briefly so far). At least with regards to bringing everyone together for that big ending, the story has worked out and is good. And the ending of the issue does make you want issue #5 to be here soon.

So, why am I not in love with this comic? Let's take a closer look...

Transformers News: IDW Revolution Issue #4 (of 5) Review
If you think that sonic blast was bad, just imagine if SIREN was in this comic


I can understand the difficulties of bringing together multiple big-name characters and making them all coexist alongside one another. I've seen it done well, and I've seen it fall flat. There is a very specific rhythm you need to set, a very precise way to make the gel that holds it altogether. Unfortunately, this crossover has just not done that. Getting everyone into the comic feels too forced, too clunky, and it is throwing in way too much to handle within the pages of the book itself. It feels rushed at times, underdeveloped at others, and overall just a bit too crazy for my liking. The ordering of the releases is not helping matters either, considering some important expositions have been revealed after they were needed and in some cases entire releases being spoiled by stuff coming out first. It's just not working for the Revolution storyline as a whole.

Art

Art duties have been taken up by Fico Ossio, and there are some places in the book where the art really works and it looks pretty nice. The Micronauts benefit from Ossio's style of art, and ROM and Snake Eyes are not bad either, and considering both do get a fair bit of exposure in the comic, there are some good highlights.

But then there are other parts that just don't work at all. I'm not sure why, but most of the Cybertronians in this issue feel too far removed from their regular designs. Victorion, Arcee, and Windblade in particular feel off this issue, with Arcee being a recurring art difficulty throughout the crossover. It just feels too organic and too stylized for me to like. And the faces are not turning out too well either. Some of the Joes - mainly Scarlett - also suffer a bit in the artistic department, which is strange considering how well the Micronauts have come across.

Transformers News: IDW Revolution Issue #4 (of 5) Review
See, this just doesn't work for me


Sebastian Cheng joins in on coloring duty, and he does a pretty good job of adding some extra spice to the pages, so to speak. His backgrounds do work well, such as the starry night seen below, and the big double-spread battle sequence is helped out by his colors setting parts of the action apart. I particularly liked his work with the Dire Wraiths, despite how bland they are supposed to be.

Transformers News: IDW Revolution Issue #4 (of 5) Review
Now THIS does (just make sure you're looking at the skyline)


Tom B. Long takes up lettering duty, and does not fail to keep the story moving as well as it can with his speech bubbles. The conversations from the viewpoints of the Micronauts are particularly good, seeing as how they give us some good perspective on not being able to understand a single noise others are saying.

Transformers News: IDW Revolution Issue #4 (of 5) Review
;)^


You can also check out a full database that shows off all the covers for this issue (as there were many) as well as a list of all the others who helped contribute to Revolution #4, art and otherwise!

Final Thoughts

Transformers News: IDW Revolution Issue #4 (of 5) Review
Oh Miles, what a gift you have given us this day


As I said before, there is some stuff to like about Revolution, and let's face it: a large crossover with big names does sound like a cool idea. And there are some things that are coming out of the event well (I'm still trying to decide if Action man is better off for not being in this, considering how well his Revolution comic went and I do like him). But as has been said for a couple reviews now, it is just not working out as well as it should have and could have been. This should have been the Avengers of the Hasbro properties world. It could have been a big thing that jumpstarted a comic, continued another excellent comic, and given life to some new comics. Instead, it feels clunky, off, and more like a chore to read than an enjoyment.

I will finish off reading Revolution, but I cannot wait to get back to regular comics. I just wish I could have gotten the enjoyment out of the crossover it truly did deserve, like I did with Transformers: Revolution and Action Man: Revolution.

:SG-BOTS: :SG-BOTS: out of :SG-BOTS: :SG-BOTS: :SG-BOTS: :SG-BOTS: :SG-BOTS:

Review of IDW Transformers: Till All Are One - Revolution (One-Shot)

Transformers News: Review of IDW Transformers: Till All Are One - Revolution (One-Shot)
Date: Wednesday, November 2nd 2016 4:11pm CDT
Categories: Site News, Comic Book News, Reviews
Posted by: Dr Va'al | Credit(s): IDW, Va'al

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Big Trouble in Micro Verse
(Spoiler free-ish)



Synopsis
WINDBLADE ON EARTH! The mysterious link between METROTITAN and MICROSPACE threatens to tear two universes apart, and only WINDBLADE has a chance to heal the Titan… and there she learns a terrifying secret that changes the stakes of the REVOLUTION.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Transformers: Till All Are One - Revolution (One-Shot)
They're definitely in this comic too


Story

We return the world of Till All Are One - which is pretty much the whole universe, given the presence of the Council of Worlds - for this one-shot of IDW's Revolution crossover, only to find out that while the universe out there is much bigger than it seems, it is also much smaller too - and may hold bigger revelations than we thought.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Transformers: Till All Are One - Revolution (One-Shot)
CLUUUUEEEEESSSS


Some of the lines in this issue, storywise, were vaguely spoiled by the release order of Revolution being off - and we had the Micronus/Microverse reveal in the Micronauts books. And yet, despite knowing where things will end up, Mairghread Scott brings a well-rounded exploration of Windblade's character as a refraction of the universe she inhabits.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Transformers: Till All Are One - Revolution (One-Shot)
..not promising


As a diplomat, City Speaker, ambassador, and tentative believer, Windblade has been placed in a number of fairly heated debates since her introduction - but here, we finally see once more act as intermediary between powerful, and potentially dangerous, factions, interacting with the Microverse's facets and the events happening in her own space.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Transformers: Till All Are One - Revolution (One-Shot)
:(


There is some very good material being offered, in terms of dialogue, characterisation (not just for Windblade, but also Shazraella, Micronus Prime, and even Optimus to an extent), and a penchant for darker twists to a story of diplomacy and compromise for greater goods. And I have one extra thought on that last point, below.

Art

Artist Naoto Tsushima, infamous in the Transformers art community for his NSFW work, has reigned in enough of his potentially unsavoury skills - especially for this type of book and narrative - resulting in a seriously stunning and craftily creepy series of pages, including a wonderful deconstruction splash page for Windblade herself.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Transformers: Till All Are One - Revolution (One-Shot)
Creepy manga face is creepy!


On the colouring side, DAI-XT coordination with the artwork adds an extra dollop of creepy vibes, with a choice of fairly cold palettes, even in the red/pink accents and the excellent grey scales that make up that splash page - which I realise now is also a really interesting parallel with the explosion in the original Windblade run.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Transformers: Till All Are One - Revolution (One-Shot)
Sky! Space! Gods!


While there is nothing overly fancy with the lettering, it is its usual crisp, clean, good fonted work by Tom B. Long, which is always a pleasure to see alongside nice art. We've shown all the covers - Pitre Durocher and Deer's, and Tsushima and DAI-XT's - with the different previews, and you can check them out again in our database entry for the issue, except for the Ken Christiansen one in the thumbnail. And they're all stunning, actually.


Thoughts
Spoilerish ahead

The whole team involved does an excellent job at conveying the delicate balance that Windblade is trying to achieve between four realities (at least) while also still coming to terms with her own place in relation to them - and her identity. The splash page on that point is marvelous.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Transformers: Till All Are One - Revolution (One-Shot)
Bit of a teasing recap, right here


While there is a good line of enquiry to follow - at some point about - Scott's penchant to place Windblade in ..well, inquisitive contexts, with Starscream-esque parallels in the questioners (literally, in this book, too), there is also a definite dark streak to compromises, deals and greater good. I'm calling Madoka Magica, here, for the record.

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RIPT Apparel Exclusive IDW Optimus Prime #1 Variant Cover by Tim Lim

Transformers News: RIPT Apparel Exclusive IDW Optimus Prime #1 Variant Cover by Tim Lim
Date: Wednesday, November 2nd 2016 3:14pm CDT
Category: Comic Book News
Posted by: Dr Va'al | Credit(s): RIPT

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We just got news from RIPT Apparel about their exclusive variant cover for the first issue of IDW's Optimus Prime #1 (due some point this November, according to schedule) - and it's a new Autobot-esque take on the traditional Shockwave Are All Dead cover, by Tim Lim!

Transformers News: RIPT Apparel Exclusive IDW Optimus Prime #1 Variant Cover by Tim Lim


RIPT Apparel is excited to announce a special collaboration with IDW Publishing coming in November of 2016. With the inaugural debut of Optimus Prime in his first-ever solo on-going comic book, RIPT Apparel and artist Tim Lim decided to celebrate the occasion.

“This is really a pivotal moment in Transformers comics. The IDW universe has outlasted the original Marvel run at this point, and seeing a new character-focused book like Optimus Prime means these stories and characters can contend with other classic solo comics like Wolverine or Joker,” says Paul Friemel, CMO of RIPT Apparel. “We wanted to give Optimus his due by homaging what is debatably the most famous Transformers comic cover: Marvel’s Transformers #5’s ‘Are All Dead’ cover but with a good-guy twist.”

The illustration was executed by long-time RIPT Apparel contributor, Tim “Ninjaink” Lim. Tim has created hundreds of t-shirts over the past 5 years, but has been honing his talents for the comic industry with other exclusive comic covers for “Bebop & Rocksteady” “Back To the Future“, and “Street Fighter x GI Joe.”

“Tim was a dream to work with as always. He had some other awesome ideas for this cover that we weren’t able to get approved, but maybe life will find a way. There was a lot of debating what to finally put on the back wall behind Optimus,” added Paul.

Full Preview for IDW Transformers: Till All Are One Revolution (One-Shot)

Transformers News: Full Preview for IDW Transformers: Till All Are One Revolution (One-Shot)
Date: Sunday, October 30th 2016 5:41am CDT
Category: Comic Book News
Posted by: Dr Va'al | Credit(s): Newsarama

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Another comic due next week is the one-shot issue of Transformers: Till All Are One, part of IDW's Revolution franchise crossover event, as written by regular Mairghread Scott and featuring art by Naoto Tushima! Check out the full preview below, and head back here for a review after its release.

Transformers: Till All Are One: Revolution #1
Mairghread Scott (w) • Naoto Tsushima (a) • Sara Pitre-Durocher (c)
WINDBLADE ON EARTH! The mysterious link between METROTITAN and MICROSPACE threatens to tear two universes apart, and only WINDBLADE has a chance to heal the Titan… and there she learns a terrifying secret that changes the stakes of the REVOLUTION.
FC • 32 pages • $3.99
Bullet points:
· Only WINDBLADE can heal the ailing TITAN—but what is his secret?
· Featuring OPTIMUS PRIME, ROM, and much, much more!
· Variant cover by Ken Christiansen, part of a 13-part connected cover!


Transformers News: Full Preview for IDW Transformers: Till All Are One Revolution (One-Shot)

Transformers News: Full Preview for IDW Transformers: Till All Are One Revolution (One-Shot)

Transformers News: Full Preview for IDW Transformers: Till All Are One Revolution (One-Shot)

Transformers News: Full Preview for IDW Transformers: Till All Are One Revolution (One-Shot)

Transformers News: Full Preview for IDW Transformers: Till All Are One Revolution (One-Shot)

Transformers News: Full Preview for IDW Transformers: Till All Are One Revolution (One-Shot)

Transformers News: Full Preview for IDW Transformers: Till All Are One Revolution (One-Shot)

Full Preview of IDW Revolution #4 (of 5)

Transformers News: Full Preview of IDW Revolution #4 (of 5)
Date: Friday, October 28th 2016 4:12pm CDT
Category: Comic Book News
Posted by: Dr Va'al | Credit(s): Newsarama, IDW

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Coming next week is the fourth part in IDW's multifranchise crossover Revolution, and we have Snake Eyes and what's left of G.I. Joe taking centre stage, and some odd timeline clashing (as the GI Joe one-shot hasn't happened yet) - check out below the full preview for Revolution #4, via Newsarama (kinda), and head back here for review after its release!

Revolution #4 (of 5)
Cullen Bunn & John Barber (w) • Fico Ossio (a) • Tradd Moore (c)
SILENT INTERLUDE! One human has the skill to break into AUTOBOT CITY—but what is SNAKE EYES going to do when he finds himself face-to-knee with OPTIMUS PRIME? And outside, MILES MAYHEM and the M.A.S.K. team wait to see who walks out alive…
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Bullet points:
Variant cover by Ken Christiansen, part of a 13-part connected cover!


Transformers News: Full Preview of IDW Revolution #4 (of 5)

Transformers News: Full Preview of IDW Revolution #4 (of 5)

Transformers News: Full Preview of IDW Revolution #4 (of 5)

Transformers News: Full Preview of IDW Revolution #4 (of 5)

Transformers News: Full Preview of IDW Revolution #4 (of 5)

Transformers News: Full Preview of IDW Revolution #4 (of 5)

Transformers News: Full Preview of IDW Revolution #4 (of 5)

Review of IDW Transformers: Revolution #1 (One-Shot)

Transformers News: Review of IDW Transformers: Revolution #1 (One-Shot)
Date: Friday, October 28th 2016 1:14pm CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Reviews, Site Articles
Posted by: Dr Va'al

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Josh Boyfriend Saves the Day
(Spoiler free-ish)



Synopsis
THUNDERCRACKER AND BUSTER SAVE THE WORLD! A DECEPTICON who wants to be a screenwriter. A dog who wants to, I don’t know, eat stuff and chase squirrels or whatever dogs want to do. A White House under siege by DIRE WRAITHS. And the phone call that brings them all together.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Transformers: Revolution #1 (One-Shot)
Featuring: Bob


Story

I am still catching up on schedules and timings, so apologies for the slightly late review again! And, with that out of the way, a word of warning: I have not had the easiest time with this comic or its review. I spoke to other staff members, and took a look around other readers to form a better idea of it. I'm still unsure about some aspects, too. BUT - read on for more!

Transformers News: Review of IDW Transformers: Revolution #1 (One-Shot)
Buster


The Transformers ongoing dips its toes in the Revolution pool by letting John Barber bring us back to one of the unsung heroes of the series, Thundercracker - and it's definitely the most apt choice that could've been made for the setting and plot: Earth lover, dealing with Earth issues and truths and things that may not be what they seem.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Transformers: Revolution #1 (One-Shot)
D.O.C.


The device used in the script - using the infamous Josh Boyfriend screenplay as running introspective commentary - is well placed, and nicely executed. Sometimes, however, I felt like some of the action was forced for the sake of a joke or a twist in the words, and it jerked me out of the enjoyment. On the other hand, we also get some very nice Faireborn characterisation, and some good moments with sounboards Buster, DOC, Bob, too.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Transformers: Revolution #1 (One-Shot)
..and Marissa Faireborn


The plot itself, while obviously not irrelevant, is nothing to write home about, and the book truly is about Thundercracker's place in the conflict, in the story, in the factions, and in relation to the characters around him since we've seen him return in the IDWverse. But for me, sometimes, that doesn't land fantastically. Yet more thoughts below.

Art

It's good to see the other hand responsible for this incarnation of the big blue back in action on the title, and Andrew Griffith brings all of his experience into the visual side of the book, with some great layouts and accompanying presence to the wordings - including some of the human features that I still at times find a little off putting (some of the jawlines, mainly), though never too distracting.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Transformers: Revolution #1 (One-Shot)
Composition!


A relatively new colour collaborator joins Griffith on the book: Teyowisonte Thomas Deer. We've seen in on covers and in action on Till All Are One, but the style he uses with this linework is more muted, perhaps a little grittier and definitely fitting the Dire Wraiths plot side of the story - and a pleasure to watch, really. Some of the contrasts in palette are top notch.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Transformers: Revolution #1 (One-Shot)
Fonts!


Lettering wise, we also have a new name: Gilberto Lazcano. And he really does bring it all: the screenplay captions, the Dire Wraith dialogue, the differences in volume and the sound effects are incredible, and incredibly well balanced, something that is very much needed with this type of issue. And of course, we once more have a whole lotta covers, so you can pick and choose, from Matere to Griffith and Lafuente, to Christiansen to Ramondelli (thumbnailed), to Tyndall and Moss, via Coller and Bove.


Thoughts
Spoilerish ahead

The script device, while amusing and introspective as I said above, can also lead to some crowded panels, and the visual team are good at making sure they're not over crowded, but still. It got in the way at times, and I kept thinking something was off - though I still cannot figure out what or why (there are definitely some editing issues, that much is true).

Transformers News: Review of IDW Transformers: Revolution #1 (One-Shot)
This issue, more or less


The dialogue is good, but the words are busy; the art is busy, but it does everything pretty much right; the lettering, the colouring, the layouts are clearer than what the script might create, and the story is impacting the Revolution plot somewhat tangentially, and it leaves a great hook for Thundercracker from here on. So please bear with me as I try placing my finger on what didn't work for me.

. :SG-BOTS: :SG-BOTS: :SG-BOTS: ½ out of :SG-BOTS: :SG-BOTS: :SG-BOTS: :SG-BOTS: :SG-BOTS:

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