Transformers ReGeneration One #90 Script (W)Rap
Monday, April 8th, 2013 8:53AM CDTCategories: Comic Book News, People News
Posted by: Va'al Views: 21,399
Simon Furman wrote:SCRIPT (W)RAP – TF REGENERATION ONE #90
Out this week (April 10th), the rip-roaring conclusion of ‘Natural Selection’, the second searing story arc of Transformers: Regeneration One. We’re midway though, halfway to #100… already! How’d that happen? Yep, RG1 issue #90 hits stores this week, and as is standard here’s my post-script musings on the issue, avoiding anything too spoilery… but of course it contains a certain amount of stuff you may or may not want to read at this stage, so you have been warned. Right then, get ready for a truly packed issue, with pretty much wall-to-wall action (on various fronts, levels and depths of Cybertron… and Earth!). The main thrust of the issue is, of course, the final showdown between Grimlock and Scorponok, which plays out rather tantalizingly above the Sonic Canyons, as Scorponok prepares to fire his monster-sized Gene Key, converting (en masse) every right-minded Autobot or Cybertronian citizen on the planet, freeing their inner beast. Could it happen? Could the entire planet soon be ripe for true, unchallenged Decepticon rule? Not if Grimlock’s got any say in the matter, but at this stage, what can he do? We all know he’s not as dumb as he makes out, but does he really have a last minute, game-changing strategy of his own, or it all just a doomed tilt at an already lost cause. Whatever happens, the reverberations from Scorponok’s dark reign will continue right to the very end of RG1. What else? Well, there’s Ultra Magnus and the Autobots returning from Earth, blissfully unaware that they’re headed into a firestorm of their own, there’s Hot Rod at the core of Cybertron, discovering things he’d rather not have known about their creator, Primus, and Optimus Prime, on a collision course with future Decepticon Galvatron. Or not. Trust me, after this one, nothing will ever be the same again… for anyone!
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Posted by Bouncy X on April 8th, 2013 @ 8:29pm CDT
Posted by Optimus21577 on April 8th, 2013 @ 8:30pm CDT
Killing Prime is a, "No No!".
Just thought I'd throw that out there.
Posted by Rodimus Prime on April 8th, 2013 @ 8:56pm CDT
Simon Furman wrote:Optimus Prime, on a collision course with future Decepticon Galvatron. Or not.
A bit confusing, but it's actually interesting. Prime vs. Galvatron. And yes, by all means kill Optimus. Again. He's back to being an emo douche. It's Rodimus time.
Posted by Va'al on April 9th, 2013 @ 3:49am CDT
(Full review coming up later today, too.)
Posted by omarvance on April 10th, 2013 @ 9:48am CDT
Posted by Cyber Bishop on April 10th, 2013 @ 11:22am CDT
omarvance wrote:This issue was much better than 89 but left so many questions. Obviously one would be who survived the fall? Another is where is Fort Max's head and why don't they build him a new body??
You would think if they could take the heads of the other headmasters and build their bodies around it then they could rebuild Fort Max..
I so hope they do not kill Grimlock and find a way to save him from his fall....
I love how Perceptor was playing bad guy.. I figured something was odd last issue when he and scorpy got into it..
This series is definitely taking an interesting turn..