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Review of IDW's Hasbro Universe's Revolutionaries #7

Transformers News: Review of IDW's Hasbro Universe's Revolutionaries #7
Date: Friday, August 18th 2017 11:13am CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Reviews
Posted by: Tigertrack

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Transformers News: Re: IDW Revolutionaries Discussion Thread-Last time-
Looking for the ‘talisman’ to use to attempt to reverse the wraithifying of an entire city of people, the group of Rev comrades headed to the last known location of the Axalon discovered in their previous investigations/adventures due to the ship’s ties to the powerful relic. Thank you Mr. Paoli, welcome to the brig…

-Currently-
This issue continues the adventures of, well, GI JOE’s former Adventure Team (Force) members and the current REVOLUTIONARY team members as they work to uncover the secrets of the ‘talisman’ and Project: Iceman. They’re nearing the finish and as you can expect, the action, intrigue, and various threads are starting to be pulled together for the series culmination next issue!

Transformers News: Re: IDW Revolutionaries Discussion ThreadIt's really not as bad as all that.

Largely focused on what happened to Sergeant Savage when he took his jaunts through time thanks to the talisman energy, the Axalon, and the notorious scheming of former ally Krieger; this issue begins the end for the series. Savage becomes a person from the 40’s fighting in WWII, to living in the 90’s fighting ninjas and totally picking up on the language and catch phrases of that radical time, to now; all the while upholding his ideals and determination as his story (and the story of the Axalon/Krieger/the talisman) further unravels.

Transformers News: Re: IDW Revolutionaries Discussion ThreadI am here to ki..save you my ene...friend!

-The Visuals-
The art is acceptable to awesome in this issue. Revolutionaries’ art has been down right good for the most part, I know I criticized Fico Ossio’s art during Revolution, but I think he’s growing in ability, and had some help from comrades like Guido Guidi and Ron Joseph to take some of the load (or maybe I’ve just become accustomed to the style and nuances). Add in a page of guest work by one my favorite artists, Guido Guidi, who draws and colors an action page straight out of the 90’s for good ol’ history hopping Sgt. Savage and some notable 90’s cobra baddies! Mr. Guidi had already practiced this style via his previous Revolution #5 cover where he drew deep inspiration from the Generation 2 Transformers comic to create his beautiful 90’s style incentive cover. The coloring work by Sebastian Cheng on the other 21 pages is excellent helping to give a grainier dull, less focused feel to events happening in the past, and straight up being bright, colorful and sharp for the events happening in the present. No issue would be complete without Tom B. Long’s action-intensifying Skraxxxh, Pow, and Wooms!

Transformers News: Re: IDW Revolutionaries Discussion ThreadTime travel = Cable sighting

-Story-
I’m going to be honest, I went and re-read all the previous issues of REVOLUTIONARIES to fully grasp everything going on in this issue and start to put it all together. Upon my first read of this issue, keeping the characters, and the jaunts through time straight was difficult even with the visual support. Going back and re-reading helped me to focus in on understanding how events lead up to the point of issue #7, and to better understand all of its cool history building. There are a lot of characters, locations, and events to keep track of and it can seem like a whirlwind of confusing events, if not read carefully. But reading carefully, yields a deep story and creatively written unraveling of another piece of Hasbro-verse history. New characters like Action-man, Mayday, Krieger, and Sgt. Savage are being fleshed out to a level where they are becoming enjoyable to read and solid in who they are. Even Blackrock, for TF fans is becoming less annoying to me, although the seemingly misguided Centurion still needs to grow on me more. Kup’s portrayal has always been fun, and welcomed in the series as a bit of a known commodity, but his interaction with the others has really started to grow him more as well. This series and this issue in particular, was a deciding factor in me taking the digital plunge into the latest HumbleBundle by IDW and Hasbro with a ton of GI JOE IDW Collections, and TRANSFORMERS too, it seemed the perfect fit to help me revisit the material that led up to where Revolutionaries, First Strike, and the whole Hasbro-universe is at and gives me another excuse to donate toward a worthy cause.

Transformers News: Re: IDW Revolutionaries Discussion ThreadI ain't no trained teach, but visual aids is 'portant in learnin'.

-Oops-
It is, however, unfortunate that due to some glitch in IDW’s scheduling, we already have some idea of where this issue, and the next are headed, due to First Strike #1 being already available, and the big surprise in this issue of REVOLUTIONARIES was, well, already revealed in said First Strike issue— there might be other clues to the finale based on characters that appear (and those who are missing)-.

Transformers News: Re: IDW Revolutionaries Discussion Thread
We understand, not everything is controllable.

-Rating-
Overall, a more than satisfying read that leads to the final issue of the series. Events are coming together well, the unfortunate big non-reveal (which would have been so much more of a ‘Whoa!’ moment), with the ever enjoyable Kup running at the mouth, and the fleshing out of Sgt. Savage (- I def read Sgt. Savage with Hound’s/John Goodman’s voice-), an interesting TF cameo or two, and tracks to TF issues far past. I think this is a solid issue leading up to the series encore with an above average level of interest for TF fiction fans to read.

Transformers News: Re: IDW Revolutionaries Discussion Thread

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Review of IDW Hasbro Universe's Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #4

Transformers News: Review of IDW Hasbro Universe's Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #4
Date: Wednesday, August 16th 2017 10:54am CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Reviews
Posted by: ScottyP

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Not First Strike, The Other Crossover
A Quick Review of Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #4

Free of too many spoilers. There's at least one.
Transformers News: Review of IDW Hasbro Universe's Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #4
See, right there. It goes just before Optimus Prime #1

The partial-crossover event that leads into First Strike carries on, though as things have progressed it actually appears this story fills a time-gap between Revolution and Optimus Prime in the greater IDW Hasbro Universe's continuity. That's not really what's important here though. If you read my review of Wrath of Karza #3, you'll have to excuse me if I repeat myself because many of the same feelings have carried over to this fourth installment (out of five) for this mini-series. There's action, there's character building, there's good art, and most importantly there's fun awaiting readers of this latest comic from writers Cullen Bunn and Jimmy Johnston.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Hasbro Universe's Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #4
Why is there a centaur? Yes.

The character roster has branched out on the "bad guy" side of things, with the well-tread Acroyear armies of the Microspace Ministry of Defense now being supplemented with other various creatures inspired by the old Micronauts toyline. This enhances the IDW Micronauts world in a charming way by showing readers a diverse range of miniature alien life that works because this is a universe that doesn't really need a bunch of rules to follow. Microspace is a universe created by one of the Thirteen Primes and is inhabited by beings that can merge with other beings, flying reptilian things, biomechanical androids, and even time travelers. It's nice to see the authors being fearless when it comes to adding to the roster regardless of the general lack of focus placed on Microspace in the scope of the larger IDW Hasbro Universe.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Hasbro Universe's Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #4
That's the spoiler, so sorry, but maybe it will make you care?

Of course you're browsing Seibertron.com and it'll be hard to continue justifying comics reviews for books that don't have Transformers in them. With that said I'll just cut to the chase, and pardon the spoiler - yes, there are some Transformers in this book (like Jazz pictured above) and they have a prominent role in the later stages of this issue's plot. They're used in a fun way with Bunn and Johnston staying true to their generally established characterizations while also providing dialogue for them that goes plenty beyond the average/low expectations that one would have for "Transformers writing in a piece of media where they're supplementary". Just like the playfulness that's inherent with the new denizens of Microspace that have recently appeared, the Transformers are used in an entertaining fashion.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Hasbro Universe's Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #4
Ah shucks, made the ManBearPig joke last review

The art is well executed once again, with familiar name Andrew Griffith taking the helm for most of the pages while Ron Joseph lends an assist for two pages in the middle focusing on Shazraella. They're complemented by David Garcia Cruz on colors, who takes advantage of the varied environments utilized in the story. Different palettes are used throughout the outdoor scenes that give a dusty, sandy, and war torn look. Meanwhile, cleaner blacks and grays are seen throughout interior settings which helps the delightful weirdness of the books' characters to stand out in contrast even more. Tom B. Long is on letters and provides all the THWA-WOMPS that something with this much action needs.

A few covers are available this time, including the Tom Whalen variant featuring Baron Karza if you're looking to collect that set of various IDW books. As always, you can see all the covers and credits in our database page for Wrath of Karza #4.

Verdict
Transformers News: Review of IDW Hasbro Universe's Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #4
It's not that bad, actually!

This keeps up the fun that I've come to expect from IDW's Micronauts and adds some additional Transformers flavor to the mix this month. Overall, this is a solid chapter in a story that I look forward to seeing the ending of. The final page makes it clear that readers can expect the fifth and final issue of this mini-series to have some ramifications on a character that solicitation-text readers will know is set to feature in First Strike over the next couple of months, but I do admit it felt a little underwhelming due to knowing this in advance. Maybe if the release schedule wasn't running a full month behind for this series that would have been different.

The only real critique that makes me put this one a notch lower than issue 3 stems from some of the panel layouts in the latter stages. Karza and Oz have a confrontation that feels more like a circular conversation, but this isn't really the art within the panels causing it. Rather, it's the amount of panels covering others in ways that feel understandable but end up coming off a little cramped in a spot or two. This takes what should be happening in a more open environment and focuses it a little too narrowly for my tastes. Granted, this could just be due to how we reviewers have to consume sample copies on digital documents and the print edition won't have this perception carry over. Here's hoping it doesn't, and I hope you'll give this series a shot if you haven't!

. :MINI: :MINI: :MINI: and ½ out of :MINI: :MINI: :MINI: :MINI: :MINI:

Video Review of Cogman and More Images of Later Wave Deluxes from Transformers: The Last Knight

Transformers News: Video Review of Cogman and More Images of Later Wave Deluxes from Transformers: The Last Knight
Date: Tuesday, August 15th 2017 8:26pm CDT
Categories: Live Action Movie News, Toy News, Reviews
Posted by: william-james88 | Credit(s): Kevin Liu and Toy People

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If any of you are are thirsty for more Cogman, Kevin Liu has posted a video review. While it is in Chinese, he does add English subtitles so you can follow along and see him in all his aspects.

We also have additional images from Toy-People of the deluxes from Transformers: The Last Knight that have yet to be released: Crosshairs and Bumblebee. Dragonstorm can be found there too. There is also a great group shot of the Autobot team from Transformers the Last Knight. Say what you want about this toy line but those sure are some pretty bots.




Transformers News: Video Review of Cogman and More Images of Later Wave Deluxes from Transformers: The Last Knight

Transformers News: Video Review of Cogman and More Images of Later Wave Deluxes from Transformers: The Last Knight

Transformers News: Video Review of Cogman and More Images of Later Wave Deluxes from Transformers: The Last Knight

Transformers News: Video Review of Cogman and More Images of Later Wave Deluxes from Transformers: The Last Knight

Transformers News: Video Review of Cogman and More Images of Later Wave Deluxes from Transformers: The Last Knight

English Video Review with Comparison for the New Transformers: The Last Knight Deluxe Crosshairs

Transformers News: English Video Review with Comparison for the New Transformers: The Last Knight Deluxe Crosshairs
Date: Saturday, August 12th 2017 9:17pm CDT
Categories: Live Action Movie News, Toy News, Reviews
Posted by: william-james88 | Credit(s): chefatron

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Of all the Transformers: The Last Knight toys in the Premier Edition (which turned out to just mean, "not for very little kids" and nothing else) one of the least anticipated was probably Crosshairs. His original toy was not one of the best in the AOE line and to have a new toy based on that mold peaked almost no one's interest. But things are about to change. Chefatron has a review up of this new mold and does a deep analysis of all that is similar and different between this new toys and the original. In short here is what has been changed:

- The shoulders so that they can be pushed away from his head
- The guns so that they can both be stored under the car
- The forearms for better screen accuracy and less car kibble
- The entire car shell for better screen accuracy and less kibble inrobot mode
- New pieces to evoke the trenchcoat look better
- Even the wheels are different

There are more and you can see it all in the review below.


English Video Reviews of Transformers: The Last Knight Wave 3 Bumblebee (New Mold)

Transformers News: English Video Reviews of Transformers: The Last Knight Wave 3 Bumblebee (New Mold)
Date: Friday, August 11th 2017 9:44pm CDT
Categories: Live Action Movie News, Toy News, Reviews
Posted by: william-james88

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One of the most anticipated toys from Transformers: The Last Knight is the new Bumblebee mold coming out in the third wave of deluxes which should be hitting the west soon enough. We have some english language reviews of this figure which were brought to our attention by fans. One of these reviews is from Seibertronian Chuckdawg1999 and others are from Chefatron and Emgo.

Enjoy!

chuckdawg1999 wrote:Oh look another Bumblebee, this one surprised me with how small it is. This is probably the easiest transformation of any Bumblebee I've handled, which I appreciate but it also feels rather boring in hand. The swappable arm gimmick is nice but I'm concerned that the joint will loosen over time and use. If you're a fan I'm sure you'll enjoy this figure.







Video Reviews for Transformers: The Last Knight Leader Dragonstorm, Deluxe Bumblebee and Crosshairs

Transformers News: Video Reviews for Transformers: The Last Knight Leader Dragonstorm, Deluxe Bumblebee and Crosshairs
Date: Wednesday, August 9th 2017 1:12pm CDT
Categories: Live Action Movie News, Toy News, Reviews
Posted by: D-Maximus_Prime | Credit(s): Chefatron, Kevin Liu

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Thanks to notifications from several Seibertronians, we have news of 3 new video reviews from Transformers: The Last Knight for you to check out!

The first review is a full english review of Leader Dragonstorm, as posted by Chefatron. You can find the previous Asian language review and Chefatron english neck issue video HERE.

Up next are a pair of Asian language reviews, complete with English subtitles, for the upcoming deluxe class Crosshairs and Bumblebee! These reviews come from Kevin Liu, and can be found below. Check them all out, and let us know what you think of them in the comments section below!




Review for IDW Transformers: Till All Are One #12 - Final Issue #TAAO

Transformers News: Review for IDW Transformers: Till All Are One #12 - Final Issue #TAAO
Date: Wednesday, August 9th 2017 1:38am CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Reviews, Site Articles
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): IDW

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Till All Are One
(Spoiler free-ish)



Synopsis
Starscream makes his most desperate move yet in order to protect himself from Elita One's rising power. But for once the master of manipulation's only choice is to make himself helpless to another. Good thing no one's got a grudge against Starscream, right?

Transformers News: Review for IDW Transformers: Till All Are One #12 - Final Issue
Ulp, as we say


Story

We've arrived at the final issue on my favourite of the three Transformers ongoing comics series from IDW Publishing, at only 12 numbers in total, and with a lot at stake in terms of the story itself. A series, I'll remind us, that fully reintroduced the mythological Primes to this version of the TF universe, with Solus via Caminus (in its previous incarnation), Liege Maximo via Titans Return, and peeking into Micronus' mind via the Revolution tie-in.

Transformers News: Review for IDW Transformers: Till All Are One #12 - Final Issue
oh, hey, Solus


And it's that concept, those issues dealing with minds that bring us back to the present, as we find ourselves inside Windblade's realm, her mind palace, the Cityspeaker's inner city - and her vicious battle of the wills with Vigilem's own mind, trying to take control, by exploiting the aid of Starscream who begrudgingly stepped in (or in it, depending on how you want to look at it).

Transformers News: Review for IDW Transformers: Till All Are One #12 - Final Issue
can you tell it's hers?


Now, Vigilem is more clearly defined in this issue, even more than previous ones, and he's a truly nasty piece of work. The manipulation we've seen so often in the series comes very naturally to him in Mairghread Scott's script, and he's made to be more and more unlikeable by the frame (to me at least; casual ableist slurs don't help, either) - as opposed to the initial framing of his story through Metroplex.

Transformers News: Review for IDW Transformers: Till All Are One #12 - Final Issue
Some things never change


But Starscream and Windblade are without the doubt the in undisputed protagonists of the story, one aiding the other, in ways you may not expect going into the story at first. We find out more about both, a lot more about at least one, and some interesting facets to at least another, in conclusion to this part of the story that will, yes, have repercussions - but mostly, it'll leave with a number of smiles across readers' faces, and words to be heard for those who are listening.


Art

When talking about Vigilem as a character, and Windblade's mind as a setting, one cannot ignore the sheer scale of what the script demands in terms of visual transposition. Sara Pitre Durocher creates worlds within worlds, designs within designs, concepts hammered out, and strips some layers bare of their visualisation, only to bring more to the surface. What she does is magnificent.

Transformers News: Review for IDW Transformers: Till All Are One #12 - Final Issue
I can hear myself wink in that paragraph


And what the colours of Joana Lafuente add to the artwork beneath is just even more so, creating the same dark atmosphere of this reality that we had seen previously, but making sure that the right hues permeate the whole scene, with only three real moments of pure light (one of which seen in an image below, as a reflective flashback). You will want to wait and enjoy the other two.

Transformers News: Review for IDW Transformers: Till All Are One #12 - Final Issue
Have a CHOOM instead


The banging work of Tom B. Long, who is dealing with some panels with extremely crucial dialogue placement and overlap, is still the cherry on the sundae that is the visual aspect of these books, and I appreciate every single Choom, Crnnk, and Clang. The thumbnail for this review is the cover variant by regular artist Priscilla Tramontano, also depicting a facet of this story. All other covers can be found in our database entry right here, with the ominous, main Pitre Durocher one, and the triumphant variant by ZeroB.

Thoughts
WARNING: this may contain spoilers

And so, we have reached the end of an excellent and undervalued series until too late for it to continue in another form - no blame given, no fingers pointed, it just happens - and with it, there are still several questions left to be answered: Airachnid's sudden introduction and now homeless development; Bumbleghost's nature and existence; Starscream's true nature other than being Starscream; Elita-One's crafty struggle for power and popularity; Blast-Off's deal and manipulation; Vigilem, the other Titans, and their Primes. Any one of those could have warranted another full arc, and some may indeed be addressed in First Strike, the Annual, and any new series dealing with Cybertron, of course.

Transformers News: Review for IDW Transformers: Till All Are One #12 - Final Issue
And more Sasscream/Tracescream


I am saddened to see the current creative team not continue further in this incarnation, though, and I'm sure (from what I've seen online) that this is the case for many readers. Scott, Pitre Durocher, Lafuente, Tramontano, Long, and rotating guests and editors have done something exceptional with their exploration of politics, post-colonial issues, guilt, power, loneliness and most of all, control. Mind control, political control, military control - Starscream's fears run deep, subordination fits tight on all the characters involved, and in constraint, some exquisite creativity and artwork can be born.

For the sake of fairness on the single issue, however, I'll also say this: with the sudden ending to the book, the timeshifting of IDW's scheduling, and all else happening in the Hasbroverse, Till All Are One #12 gave us the best story it could probably and possibly ever deliver; it gave us a resolution between Starscream and Windblade that is not a conclusion; it brought elements together that no other book had really done so far; it redeemed characters without offering them salvation. I wish we'd seen what path lies before them much sooner.


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Review of IDW First Strike #1, featuring Transformers, GI Joe #HasbroFirstStrike

Transformers News: Review of IDW First Strike #1, featuring Transformers, GI Joe #HasbroFirstStrike
Date: Wednesday, August 9th 2017 1:35am CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Reviews, Site Articles
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): IDW

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Strike One
(Spoiler free-ish)



Synopsis
The crossover of the year is here! Earth is finally ready to officially join the Cybertronian Council of Worlds and appoint their first representative to the Council. Too bad the ceremony is interrupted by a massive explosion and the forces of COBRA! Now it’s up to Scarlett, Optimus Prime, G.I. Joe and the Autobots to save two worlds!


Transformers News: Review of IDW First Strike #1, featuring Transformers, GI Joe #HasbroFirstStrike
Because it worked so well last time...


Story

It begins. For a long while now IDW Publishing and the comics media mill have been promoting the first full crossover (since Revolution, anyway) for the various Hasbro properties licensed to the comics world: this is where we start, with issue #1, by Mairghread Scott and David A. Rodriguez - which also contains an additional story - The Origins of Evil, Part One: Redcliffe Club, written by John Barber. I'll talk more about this below, in summary.

Transformers News: Review of IDW First Strike #1, featuring Transformers, GI Joe #HasbroFirstStrike
Tone set


The first thing to note is that, due to IDW scheduling issues, this beginning of a brave new world in the Hasbro Universe is actually spoiling at least one of the series that lead up to it (Revolutionaries, in case you were curious), and probably needs a little more context from both Optimus Prime and GI Joe to actually reach the starting point we're at.

Transformers News: Review of IDW First Strike #1, featuring Transformers, GI Joe #HasbroFirstStrike
...wait for it...


That is obviously no fault of the writers, and what they do offer in terms of plot is actually a satisfying approach to a crossover: easing in the various factions, with GI Joe and Transformers taking the first brunt, rather than crashing all of the properties at once. The villains of the piece are set up, and the coda story does some more to attempt round-off the major players on this side too, if briefly so.

Transformers News: Review of IDW First Strike #1, featuring Transformers, GI Joe #HasbroFirstStrike
note: this gag is excellent


The better part of the story though, and the only one that can be fairly judged this far, is most definitely how the various characters are built up and interact with each other - Skywarp and Scarlett's Joes are clearly the stand-outs here - something that a recent interview had probably clarified, at least for me. We'll have to see how the wider game is played, now that the initial set-up has begun.


Art

Max Dunbar is at the helm here for the issue - and I can't help but wonder why the art doesn't feel up to his usual standards. There's nothing horribly wrong, but something in the designs for the Transformers in particular, especially on profile shots, and every other odd panel just don't line up with his usually stellar work on Micronauts. Perhaps a tighter deadline for the big event?

Similar issues can be held up to Netho Diaz (pencils) and Walden Wong (inks), though I wonder whether having lines and inks applied to the main story, and leave the back-up to a single artist may in fact be a solution to the problem. Again, it's not bad, it's just not overly consistent, and I can it putting readers off.

Transformers News: Review of IDW First Strike #1, featuring Transformers, GI Joe #HasbroFirstStrike
..eep


In terms of colours, Ander Zarate - Dunbar's partner in crime on Micronauts - is doing well to bring some of the sheen of Till All Are One for Cybertron, but perhaps uses a little too much lighting on the faces of the characters, and Scarlett suffers the most in close-ups and wider shots alike.

Similarly for David Garcia Cruz on the Barber-coda, some of the colours used on the heavier lines makes jawlines and facial features a little too flat at times (Baron Ironblood in particular), something that seems to happen with these books with a regular frequency.

Transformers News: Review of IDW First Strike #1, featuring Transformers, GI Joe #HasbroFirstStrike
There are good moments too!


Veteran on robotic lettering Tom B. Long takes on this issue too, and the captions that some find irritating in other books are actually the best solution (and placement) in an event like this trying to attract new readers - and there's a pretty spiffy Kachoom to marvel at, too, before a BUDDABUDDABUDDA.

Covers? There are many. The one spotlighted in the thumbnail is the variant from Sara Pitre Durocher, showing the robot side of the event from a crowd perspective - as most of the other artists chose the character spotlights instead. You can view them all in our Comics Database, as usual, and choose your favourite.

Thoughts
Spoilerish ahead

Much like the case of Revolution, the visuals do not shine kindly on the artists involved, as all of the people working on here are usually a pleasure to see on the page. The pressure of the event, the scheduling issues, editorial shortstaffing - I am most definitely giving the benefit of the doubt to all involved for the first issue, but I can see this heading in a similar direction to the previous project, in terms of art, meaning that creators will feel much better when the five issues are over.

Transformers News: Review of IDW First Strike #1, featuring Transformers, GI Joe #HasbroFirstStrike
I'm also down with just a series of Skywarp/Roadblock's fashion commentary


As for the story, however, there are no real complaints from me so far. The issue is most definitely a GI Joe story set-up, that just happens to use the setting of Cybertron - and that is not a bad thing! Easing into a crossover is a much better plan than expected, and I am glad this approach was taken. I am definitely interested to see how the other franchises will be brought in, at this stage, and that's the best outcome that could've happened, really.

. :HASBRO: :HASBRO: :HASBRO: out of :HASBRO: :HASBRO: :HASBRO: :HASBRO: :HASBRO:

New Video Reviews for Transformers: The Last Knight Leader Class Dragonstorm, Showing Fatal Neck Issues

Transformers News: New Video Reviews for Transformers: The Last Knight Leader Class Dragonstorm, Showing Fatal Neck Issues
Date: Sunday, August 6th 2017 1:04pm CDT
Categories: Live Action Movie News, Toy News, Reviews
Posted by: Bronzewolf | Credit(s): Pancrazi

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The upcoming Transformers The Last Knight Leader Class Dragonstorm is one of the figures people are most looking forward to in the last waves of the TLK toyline, and we now have a couple of videos that give a better look at the figure. One of them is an Asian-language full video review that shows off the packaging, the dragon mode, and the individual robots, and it tops off at just under an hour long.
The other video comes to us via YouTube channel Pancrazi,
and through a tip from Seibertronian Kotori_Sonoda. It's an English video detailing a major flaw in some of the Dragonstorm toys. It's unknown if it affects all figures, but it is definitely something to look out for when considering purchasing the Dragon duo-con. Check out both videos below!



Video Review of Transformers: The Last Knight Allspark Tech Optimus Prime Hound and Drift

Transformers News: Video Review of Transformers: The Last Knight Allspark Tech Optimus Prime Hound and Drift
Date: Friday, August 4th 2017 11:01pm CDT
Categories: Live Action Movie News, Toy News, Reviews
Posted by: william-james88 | Credit(s): Chuckdawg1999

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Fellow Seibertronian Chuckdawg has reviewed several toys from the new Allspark Cube subline of Transformers: The Last Knight. Check out his review below and let us know if any of these interest you!

chuckdawg1999 wrote:The Allspark Tech line is a series of simplified figures that share a gimmick where the Allspark Cube activates lights and sounds, that are motion activated and specific to the individual figure. Optimus Prime is a required purchase as it's the only one that comes with the cube and charger. Other than that the figures share basic transformation and articulation. Perfect for younger fans.


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Transformers Podcast: Twincast / Podcast #181 - Wipe-Out
Twincast / Podcast #181:
"Wipe-Out"
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Posted: Sunday, August 6th, 2017
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