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IDW Transformers May 2017 Solicitations: Lost Light, Optimus Prime, Till All Are One and More

Transformers News: IDW Transformers May 2017 Solicitations: Lost Light, Optimus Prime, Till All Are One and More
Date: Wednesday, February 22nd 2017 9:08am CST
Category: Comic Book News
Posted by: william-james88

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Thanks to Previews World we now have the solicitations for the upcoming IDW Transformers comics coming out in May 2017. Among those comics are Transformers: Lost Light #6, Transformers: Optimus Prime #7, and Till All Are One #10, along with the TPBs for OptimusPrime, Autocracy and Epic Transformers Battles. You can check out all the Previews below, and make sure to take some time to subscribe to these series at your local comic shop!

TRANSFORMERS OPTIMUS PRIME TP VOL 01

(W) John Barber (A) Alex Milne (A/CA) Kei Zama
REVOLUTION is over-but the danger to Earth is just beginning. As OPTIMUS PRIME pulls Earth into the larger universe, he's painted a target on Earth... and a new alien incursion begins when a corkscrew shaped craft drills into our world! Collects issues #1-6.
In Shops: Jun 07, 2017
SRP: $19.99

Transformers News: IDW Transformers May 2017 Solicitations: Lost Light, Optimus Prime, Till All Are One and More

TRANSFORMERS EPIC BATTLES TP

(W) Bill Mantlo, Ralph Macchio, Bob Budiansky, Simon Furman (A) Frank Springer, Kim DeMulder, Don Perlin, Geoff Senior, Andrew Wildman (CA) Guido Guidi
The most epic battles in Transformers history! Classic brawls from the Generation 1 era are collected for readers of all ages! See who wins when Optimus Prime and the Decepticons go toe-to-toe!
In Shops: Jun 07, 2017
SRP: $9.99

Transformers News: IDW Transformers May 2017 Solicitations: Lost Light, Optimus Prime, Till All Are One and More


TRANSFORMERS AUTOCRACY TRILOGY TP

(W) Chris Metzen, Flint Dille (A/CA) Livio Ramondelli
Before Optimus became a Prime he fought for order. Before Megatron became a conqueror he fought for freedom. In the early days of the war on Cybertron, two leaders-one Autobot, the other Decepticon-start down their own paths towards destiny. Collects the Autocracy, Monstrosity, and Primacy series into one collection.
In Shops: Jun 07, 2017
SRP: $29.99
Transformers News: IDW Transformers May 2017 Solicitations: Lost Light, Optimus Prime, Till All Are One and More


TRANSFORMERS TILL ALL ARE ONE #10

(W) Mairghread Scott (A/CA) Sara Pitre-Durocher
As Starscream faces down the encroaching machinations of Elita One, he enlists Blast Off to help him bring Bruticus back!
In Shops: May 24, 2017
SRP: $3.99

Subscription variant by Priscilla Tramontano

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TRANSFORMERS LOST LIGHT #6

(W) James Roberts (A/CA) Jack Lawrence
You know that sinking feeling you get when you witness the destruction of an entire planet? Rodimus and company are about to feel that. Hardcore.
In Shops: May 31, 2017
SRP: $3.99

Subscription variant A by Nick Roche

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OPTIMUS PRIME #7

Subscription variant B by Alex Milne

(W) John Barber (A) Priscilla Tramontano (CA) Casey Coller
With the Junkion invasion resolved peacefully, Optimus Prime takes a moment to plan the Autobot's next move on earth.
In Shops: May 24, 2017
SRP: $3.99

Subscription variant by Casey Coller

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Review of IDW Optimus Prime #4

Transformers News: Review of IDW Optimus Prime #4
Date: Wednesday, February 22nd 2017 2:50am CST
Categories: Comic Book News, Reviews, Site Articles
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): IDW

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We Didn't Start the Pyra
(Spoiler free-ish)



Synopsis
NEW CYBERTRON! Optimus Prime struggles to unite the Junkions, Cybertronians, and humans—but will diplomacy be scuttled when the Junkion’s secret comes out?

Transformers News: Review of IDW Optimus Prime #4
Fair.


Story

We return to Earth, which has Cybertronians and Junkions on two sides of an agreement which may not be, as humans reluctantly also maybe agree to disagree, while two leaders very much disagree as other two leaders disagreed in the past. We return to John Barber's vision of the new order of the things - Optimus Prime #4 is here!

Transformers News: Review of IDW Optimus Prime #4
Oh, and we start here, yes


Let's get this out of the way: Optimus is reaching peak Prowl. There are a number of moments where this is obvious, and I can't but think of this being a consequence of Combiner Wars (still) and his moment so close to the Autobot's master manipulator - other than being around him for pretty much the entirety of his life as an Autobot himself, of course.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Optimus Prime #4
Chekov's prop?


It's good, it's very good to see some development of Pyra Magna's character, as all of the Torchbearers were teased as having secrets and intrigues which we are still waiting pay-off for. But having that development also be pitted against Optimus is a super extra treat. Two very strong leaders with strong ideals, in their own way, against each other for very similar causes, at not the best time, but also maybe the best time too.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Optimus Prime #4
Pyra BURN


The rest of the story is a very good exercise in build-up, I felt, too, with a subtle increase on the pressure valve (up to the final act, where subtlety is chucked out the window) - but also a very welcome distraction in the form on Thundercracker and Buster, and a lot more about Marissa Fairborne in just a couple of pages.

Art

We knew of Alex Milne's subbing in for Kei Zama in this issue, and it's very good to see him back on a TF book interiors, even halfway through an arc. He keeps to the style that makes him beloved to the fandom and readership, while also thickening some inks, and adding a lot of black, black spaces for added tension, emotion, and pacing.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Optimus Prime #4
Also, his humans look really great in this issue


What is truly extraordinary on the art side of things, though, is the combination of Milne's lines with Josh Burcham's continuity colouring, keeping the transition between the two artists as smooth as possible for the book (the blue shading really does help), without sacrificing the differences of the two styles. It's a feat he achieves perfectly, I feel, and really helps the issue.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Optimus Prime #4
Blue, the color of the planet from far, far away


The devices used in the script to carry along the narration require skill from the lettering side of the book, once more in the capable hands of Tom B. Long, who is also still painstakingly bringing us mini-bios for each character as we read through - and somehow manages to never make it intrusive. There is a full roster of TF veterans in the cover roll, and you can see all of them and full credits in our database entry here, from Zama to Griffith, with Nelson Daniel, Casey Coller, Joana Lafuente (thumbnailed), Burcham and Josh Perez fully acknowledged too.

Thoughts
Spoilerish ahead

Having Pyra Magna as the point of view for the running commentary on the issue is a great way of bringing in her voice on top of the placing against Optimus' leadership, and a welcome addition to that of Arcee, and Soundwave so far - and using the parallel threads of the past (the panels mirroring Zeta and Optimus are exquisite and very revealing) alongside the multiple storylines in the present and her personal beliefs, works out as a very revealing and definitely enticing, plot movement and pacing.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Optimus Prime #4
They visit Sicily!


The reintroduction of a different, but established, visual team does not disrupt the book at all, and the whole issue comes across as perhaps a seminal one in the aftermath of whatever may happen with the Junkions in the arc - will Pyra Magna get something more than she expects? How will the colonists react? What role will Aileron play?

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Review of IDW Transformers: Lost Light #3

Transformers News: Review of IDW Transformers: Lost Light #3
Date: Wednesday, February 22nd 2017 2:50am CST
Categories: Comic Book News, Reviews, Site Articles
Posted by: ScottyP | Credit(s): IDW

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Simple Joys
A Review of Transformers: Lost Light #3

As spoiler-free as I can make it
Transformers News: Review of IDW Transformers: Lost Light #3
The build, part 1. For part 2, read the issue.

They moved the Doomsday Clock up recently, you know. I don't want to think about that. No one does. Sometimes you have to, but thankfully this isn't one of those times.

It's a simple joy, getting caught up in a comic book. When the next page gets turned and you can't wait to see what's in store, be it from some anticipation or dread or excitement, it's joyful. Even the dread - it means you're experiencing moments that mean something, even if it's just to you.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Transformers: Lost Light #3
It's ok if there's no other road, the breather is welcome!

Lost Light #3 finds Rodimus and co. probably wishing for those moments, stranded in another time and place with the end of #2 giving at least a faint glimmer of hope for better times ahead just before its ominous conclusion. This glimmer lies in the midst of almost chaotic action and fighting, though as anticipated this issue begins by gently putting the brakes on Team Rodimus' journey. Plenty of dialogue with this team and the new bots they've encountered ends up being a very welcome and perhaps genius moment of pacing. The modest change of setting accompanied by the introduction of some other familiar (and surprising) faces into the fold helps frame the scene for things to come. Satisfying answers laced with yet more tantalizing questions all with a complexity becoming of the series await readers that dive beyond the surface of the dialogue.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Transformers: Lost Light #3
The urgency is real!

Fans of action won't be disappointed though, as Swerve, Ten, and Whirl run into misadventures of their own. A plot point seeded within the first handful of issues of More Than Meets The Eye reveals itself, and manages a great balance between peril and humor. Our heroes are still funny when it might be wiser to dial down the wit and dial up the focus, but that's what makes it work. Without giving anything away, James Roberts executes this other running plot of the issue expertly, ensuring that a sense of danger stays within the tone delivered.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Transformers: Lost Light #3
Haven't seen this bot in awhile.

The timely political and social commentary found not only within this issue but within the overarching thematic structure of "Dissolution" thus far is effective and poignant without being either heavy handed or polarizing. Readers will find simple truths about decency, mixed with rhetorical postulates on theology, finished with Megatron and Ratchet coming face to face with some cold realities - or maybe warm memories.

Transformers at its best, everyone: starting heavy and ending with personable robots. Simple joys.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Transformers: Lost Light #3
Drink this panel in. It's incredible.

The production of the book is at a very high level, with Jack Lawrence's art evolving to suit the unique challenges that Transformers present at a positive velocity that's often seen when real talent begins the daunting task of playing within this huge universe. Joana Lafuente's colors are the usual, which is to say that they're great. This is especially so in the numerous scenes where a contrast between light and dark is a wise choice in art direction, helping with the narrative delivered through the words. Those words are again presented by Tom B. Long, who might as well be teaching a class on lettering at this point. Come to think of it, he kind of is on his Twitter account from time to time.

As always, you can find full credits and covers in our database entry for Lost Light #3, along with a list of characters that appear in the issue so do be aware of possible spoilers.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Transformers: Lost Light #3
Character building through expressiveness.

There's much to say here that I'll have to save to chat about with you in the discussion that follows the review, but simply put, a great deal happens in this third issue of Lost Light. Characters are built, ideas are grown, and a few major surprises are in store. All the while, a sense of foreboding is omnipresent, but is that because of the story or because of the history of awful things that always seem to follow this crew? I haven't decided the answer to that part yet. I'm less certain that I ever want to, if I'm really honest. The journey is just too much of a simple joy.

Verdict
Transformers News: Review of IDW Transformers: Lost Light #3

I'm going to be reviewing this series for the site for at least the next issue, if not for the rest of this initial story arc. Some of you can guess why this is. I'm moving my own little version of a Lost Light/Hasbro Comics Universe Doomsday Clock (Uniclock, perhaps?) back two minutes after this one, because it was joyful. That didn't remove all the dread though by any means, as you'll see from the minute hand below.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Transformers: Lost Light #3

A score for this issue though, is that what you're waiting on? It's coming. This installment, to me, is one more answered question away from perfection, or maybe one huge moment away. There were certainly big moments but on the surface and without the benefit of hindsight (which has often been a beneficial factor in going back and re-reading issues of this series and finding a new appreciation) I can't quite find it in myself to put it up into the pantheon of perfect scores. I reserve the right to regret that decision later.

However, if you're reading this and haven't read this comic, I'm glancing up at the url and wondering how you set your priorities. Maybe it's just timing in your day and you haven't gotten to the shop yet, but if there's another reason, stop what you're doing and go buy this. Lost Light #3 is fun to follow and engaging even as a single part of a whole, though the whole is something you should simply invest in. It's a joy, I promise.

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Bonus! James Roberts' soundtrack suggestions for this issue:
  • Anthony Reynolds - "Those Kind Of Songs"
  • Okkervil River - "A Stone"
  • Andreas Mattsson - "The Summer Of Speed"

Variant Cover for IDW Revolutionaries #3 by Marcelo Ferreira

Transformers News: Variant Cover for IDW Revolutionaries #3 by Marcelo Ferreira
Date: Tuesday, February 21st 2017 1:07pm CST
Category: Comic Book News
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): Previews World

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In other IDW Revolutionaries news today, we have a variant cover for the third issue of the new Hasbro universe series with our pals Micronauts, Kup, Blackrock, Action Man and GI Joe - check out below the Soundwave-tastic artwork from Marcelo Ferreira, via Previews World!

Revolutionaries #3

(W) John Barber (A) Ron Joseph (CA) Marcelo Ferreira
BLAST FROM THE PAST! In the deadly catacombs beneath an ancient pyramid, Joe Colton-the original G.I. Joe-found something far worse than any curse or boobytrap. He found the Decepticon Soundwave... scouring Earth for Cybertron's salvation. Their meeting remained classified-until the Revolutionaries crashed headlong into the modern-day results!


Transformers News: Variant Cover for IDW Revolutionaries #3 by Marcelo Ferreira

Preview of Transformers: IDW Collection Phase Two Volume 5

Transformers News: Preview of Transformers: IDW Collection Phase Two Volume 5
Date: Tuesday, February 21st 2017 4:32am CST
Category: Comic Book News
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): IDW

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Along with the other books out this week from IDW Publishing, we also have a preview of the fifth volume in their Transformers Collection under Phase Two! Collecting the stories from More Than Meets the Eye and Robots in Disguise, plus Transformers: Primacy, you can check it out below.

Transformers: The IDW Collection Phase Two, Vol. 5
Chris Metzen, Flint Dille, John Barber, James Roberts (w) • Livio Ramondelli, Dheeraj Verma, Andrew Griffith, Alex Milne, James Raiz (a) • Marcelo Matere (c)
At the dawn of the conflict, battle lines are drawn and sides are set… now legends will be made in, Primacy. On current Cybertron, Shockwave sets into motion a long-gestating plan but Soundwave, now commander of the Decepticons, confronts him in the ancient Crystal City. On the Lost Light, Rodimus leads his crew to the gates of heaven–or something much worse as larger forces close in and an ancient plan is reaching fruition. Collects Transformers: Primacy, Transformers: Robots in Disguise #19–22, and Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #17–22.
HC • FC • $49.99 • 344 pages • 7” x 11” • ISBN: 978-1-63140-844-1

Bullet points:
The absolute best way to enjoy the depth of IDW’s TRANSFORMERS line.


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Transformers News: Preview of Transformers: IDW Collection Phase Two Volume 5

Transformers News: Preview of Transformers: IDW Collection Phase Two Volume 5

Transformers News: Preview of Transformers: IDW Collection Phase Two Volume 5

Transformers News: Preview of Transformers: IDW Collection Phase Two Volume 5

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Full Preview of IDW Revolutionaries #2

Transformers News: Full Preview of IDW Revolutionaries #2
Date: Tuesday, February 21st 2017 4:28am CST
Category: Comic Book News
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): IDW

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The third comic out this week with IDW Publishing is part of the wider, braver new world of the Hasbro universe, and includes some of our Transformers characters too - and so we keep up with the stories, to bring you the best content we can where possible. Check out below a preview for tomorrow's Revolutionaries #2, featuring Kup, Action Man, Blackrock, and the rest of the gang!

Revolutionaries #2
John Barber (w) • Fico Ossio (a) • Tradd Moore (c)
ENTER THE SHADOW! One of the REVOLUTIONARIES is missing—and when his teammates launch a rescue mission, they get a little help... from the 4"-tall other-dimensional MICRONAUTS! Together they'll have to face the swords of the all-new, all-different STORM SHADOW—and she's not taking prisoners!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Bullet points:
Enter the all-new, all-different STORM SHADOW!
The secrets of the Hasbro universe are revealed here!
Variant cover by Andrew Griffith!


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Transformers News: Full Preview of IDW Revolutionaries #2

Transformers News: Full Preview of IDW Revolutionaries #2

Transformers News: Full Preview of IDW Revolutionaries #2

Transformers News: Full Preview of IDW Revolutionaries #2

Transformers News: Full Preview of IDW Revolutionaries #2

Transformers News: Full Preview of IDW Revolutionaries #2

Variant Cover for IDW Transformers vs. G.I. Joe The Movie Adaptation One Shot

Transformers News: Variant Cover for IDW Transformers vs. G.I. Joe The Movie Adaptation One Shot
Date: Saturday, February 18th 2017 3:29am CST
Category: Comic Book News
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): Previews World

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We've covered this upcoming book previously, and its bizarre slogans, but we now also have the variant cover by Robb Waters for Tom Scioli's Transformers vs G.I. Joe The Movie Adaptation One Shot! Courtesy of Previews world, mirrored below, featuring Cobra, Joes, and assorted Cybertronians.

TRANSFORMERS VS GI JOE MOVIE ADAPTATION
(W) Tom Scioli (A) Tom Scioli (CA) Robb Waters
Imagine a world where the greatest comic book crossover of all time inspires a movie adaptation... and that movie adaptation inspires its own comic book! Visionary writer-artist Tom Scioli returns to the weird world of Transformers vs. G.I. Joe and brings an even weirder twist to this new story: what would the comic book adaptation of the movie version of the comic book look like? It's time to find out in the most epic, scintillating, off-the-wall, exciting comic of 2017!


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Full Preview of IDW Optimus Prime #4

Transformers News: Full Preview of IDW Optimus Prime #4
Date: Saturday, February 18th 2017 3:18am CST
Category: Comic Book News
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): Newsarama

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Also via comics news site Newsarama, we have a full preview for the other Transformers book from IDW out next Wednesday - Optimus Prime #4, guest starring Alex Milne on interior art! Check it out below, and head back next week for a review, plus the discussion in the Energon Pub.

Optimus Prime #4
John Barber (w) • Kei Zama (a & c)
NEW CYBERTRON! Optimus Prime struggles to unite the Junkions, Cybertronians, and humans—but will diplomacy be scuttled when the Junkion’s secret comes out?
FC • 32 pages • $3.99
Bullet points:
- Variant cover by Nelson Daniel!


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Transformers News: Full Preview of IDW Optimus Prime #4

Transformers News: Full Preview of IDW Optimus Prime #4

Transformers News: Full Preview of IDW Optimus Prime #4

Transformers News: Full Preview of IDW Optimus Prime #4

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Transformers News: Full Preview of IDW Optimus Prime #4

Full Preview of IDW Transformers: Lost Light #3

Transformers News: Full Preview of IDW Transformers: Lost Light #3
Date: Friday, February 17th 2017 3:54pm CST
Category: Comic Book News
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): Newsarama

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In entirely non-Toy Fair news, we have the full preview of next week's issue of IDW' Transformers: Lost Light, featuring Functionists, parallel universes and squealing, courtesy of Newsarama. Check it out below, and head back here next week for a review!

Transformers: Lost Light #3
James Roberts (w) • Jack Lawrence (a & c)
Orders, kind gestures and pleas for mercy—all things that WHIRL finds it very easy to ignore. Right now, he wishes he could turn a blind eye to the freshly resuscitated monster who—somewhat inconveniently—is determined to beat him to death. Meanwhile—a long way away—one of the Transformers Universe's longest-running mysteries is about to be solved…
FC • 32 pages • $3.99
Bullet points:
· Variant cover by Nelson Daniel!
· Lost Light continues to bring the twists you’ve come to expect!


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Transformers News: Full Preview of IDW Transformers: Lost Light #3

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Transformers News: Full Preview of IDW Transformers: Lost Light #3

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Transformers News: Full Preview of IDW Transformers: Lost Light #3

Transformers News: Full Preview of IDW Transformers: Lost Light #3

IDW Artist Kei Zama to Attend TFNation 2017

Transformers News: IDW Artist Kei Zama to Attend TFNation 2017
Date: Friday, February 17th 2017 12:22pm CST
Categories: Comic Book News, Event News, People News
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From TFNation HQ, we have another guest announcement for their second annual event in Birmingham, UK - current artist on the Optimus Prime ongoing series from IDW: Kei Zama! Check out more info below.


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With IDW’s universe of Transformers comics going from strength to strength, the depth of talent involved in creating them grows ever greater and now we at TFNation are pleased to bring more of that greatness to you, in the form of Kei Zama, returning for our second year.

Starting with her series of covers for IDW’s Transformer line in September 2015, Kei-sensei has rapidly gained a large fan following, due to her mean and gritty artistic style, as well as her stunning commission work. Following on from her cover work, she is now bringing the continuing adventures of Optimus Prime to life (along with writer John Barber and colourist Josh Burcham) in his current titular series.

Outside of Transformers, Kei-sensei made her Marvel comics art debut with last year’s Scarlet Witch #10, has provided art for Sparklight comics, as well as covers for IDW’s Atomic Robo, and recently achieved a personal dream in working on an ABC Warriors-related piece for Fleetway/2000ad. Her Blackblood-themed story (written by the mighty Patt Mills) is set to show off her undeniable talent for monochrome imagery and prove a perfect fit for the tone of this title.

We advise all our attendees to keep an eye on Kei-sensei’s blog http://steelandstarlight.com/ for details of her commission list, as the event draws closer.

Kei Zama will be signing autographs, discussing classic British rock bands and selling artwork (including her highly-prized sketchbooks) at TFNation 2017 at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole Hotel. We look forward to seeing you there!

Further transmissions to follow.

TFNation

Where All Are One
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