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IDW Transformers & Hasbro Universe Comics Solicitations for January 2018

Transformers News: IDW Transformers & Hasbro Universe Comics Solicitations for January 2018
Date: Wednesday, October 18th 2017 8:36am CDT
Category: Comic Book News
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): IDW

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We receive from IDW Publishing news about their releases for the new year, as the solicitations for January 2018 have hit, and we share them with everyone below for both Transformers and the wider Hasbro Universe! Featuring the two crossover mini-series with Rom&Micronauts and Transformers vs Visionaries, plus the continuation of GI Joe (featuring Skywarp, as we know) and the regular ongoings, in amidst of all the collected hardcover and paperback volumes. Check it all out below!

Transformers News: IDW Transformers & Hasbro Universe Comics Solicitations for January 2018


Transformers: Lost Light #14—Cover A: Jack Lawrence—SPOTLIGHT
James Roberts (w) • Brendan Cahill (a) • Jack Lawrence (c)
MACGUFFIN QUEST! The Scavengers have never had it so good. The war is a receding memory, their patchy service records have been forgotten, and the five of them can roam the galaxy as they please. All's well that ends well? Not quite. Because unbeknownst to Krok and Co., their next adventure... will be their last.
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Transformers: Lost Light #14—Cover B: Nick Roche—SPOTLIGHT
James Roberts (w) • Brendan Cahill (a) • Nick Roche (c)
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Bullet points:
· Variant cover by Brendan Cahill!


Transformers News: IDW Transformers & Hasbro Universe Comics Solicitations for January 2018


Optimus Prime #15—Cover A: Kei Zama—SPOTLIGHT
John Barber (w) • Kei Zama (a & c)
“THE FALLING, PART 1!” Darkness falls over Cybertron as the legendary Onyx Prime returns. What does this mean for Optimus Prime—and the Earth? Windblade defends an already tense planet against a secret that could shatter Cybertron forever.
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Optimus Prime #15—Cover B: Casey W. Coller—SPOTLIGHT
John Barber (w) • Kei Zama (a) • Casey W. Coller (c)
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Bullet points:
· Variant cover by Brendan Cahill!


Transformers News: IDW Transformers & Hasbro Universe Comics Solicitations for January 2018


Transformers Vs. Visionaries #2 (of 5)—Cover A: Fico Ossio
Magdalene Visaggio (w) • Fico Ossio (a & c)
Virulina, leader of the Darkling Lords, has discovered that the Transformers are vulnerable to magic—and now she's using that weakness to try and gain control of Cybertron and wipe them out! Leoric and Ironhide team up to stop her, but quickly find themselves facing not only the Darkling Lords, but all of New Prysmos itself!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99


Transformers News: IDW Transformers & Hasbro Universe Comics Solicitations for January 2018


Transformers Vs. Visionaries #2 (of 5)—Cover B: Philip Murphy
Magdalene Visaggio (w) • Fico Ossio (a) • Philip Murphy (c)
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Bullet points:
· Don’t miss the vintage style cover by Philip Murphy!
· Variant cover by Brendan Cahill!



Hasbro Universe

Transformers News: IDW Transformers & Hasbro Universe Comics Solicitations for January 2018


Rom & The Micronauts #2 (of 5)—Cover A: Juan Samu
Christos Gage (w) • Paolo Villanelli (a) • Juan Samu (c)
Trapped in Microspace! Everyone’s favorite Spaceknight becomes a “Microspace knight” as Rom and the Micronauts find equal footing. It’s up to the heroes of two universes to unravel the machinations of Baron Karza and the Dire Wraiths!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Rom & The Micronauts #2 (of 5)—Cover B: SL Gallant
Christos Gage (w) • Paolo Villanelli (a) • SL Gallant (c)
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Bullet points:
· Is that romance in the air? No… AAH! It’s a swarm of flying monstrosities!
· Can our miniscule heroes beat an ever-growing threat?
· Variant cover by Jeffrey Veregge!


Transformers News: IDW Transformers & Hasbro Universe Comics Solicitations for January 2018


Scarlett’s Strike Force #2 (of 8)—Cover A: Khary Randolph—CERTIFIED COOL
Aubrey Sitterson (w) • Nelson Daniel (a) • Khary Randolph (c)
Savage jungles, dinosaur fights, magic rituals, Kung-Fu, monster trucks, giant robots, weird science, strange villains and more—and it's only the second issue! Roadblock's team continues its hunt for the brand-new Cobra Commander as trouble brews inside of G.I. Joe's underwater base. By Aubrey Sitterson (G.I. Joe, Street Fighter x G.I. Joe) and Nelson Daniel (Clue, Dungeons & Dragons). No wonder people are calling it The Best Action Comic Ever!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Scarlett’s Strike Force #2 (of 8)— Cover B: Nelson Daniel—CERTIFIED COOL
Aubrey Sitterson (w) • Nelson Daniel (a & c)
FC • 32 pages • $3.99


Bullet points:
· Featuring all-stars of the Hasbro line as M.A.S.K.: Mobile Armored Strike Kommand and the Transformers join G.I. Joe in the fight against Cobra!
· Variant cover by Vasilis Lolos!


Collections

Transformers News: IDW Transformers & Hasbro Universe Comics Solicitations for January 2018


Transformers Windblade: The Last City
Mairghread Scott (w) • Sarah Stone, Corin Howell, Sara Pitre-Durocher (a) • Sara Pitre-Durocher (c)
The original fan-made Transformer stars in her own series. She cuts straight to the truth and no obstacle is going to stand in her path. Windblade is a force for good, who never fails to do the right thing. But what happens when she's forced to work with Starscream to recruit new colonies to the Council of Worlds? Collects both the four-issue and seven-issue Windblade mini-series.
TPB • FC • $24.99 • 220 pages • ISBN: 978-1-68405-224-0

Bullet points:
· Advance solicited for February release!
· “This is not your average Transforming Robot comic book, this is so much more!”—Big Glasgow Comic Page


Transformers News: IDW Transformers & Hasbro Universe Comics Solicitations for January 2018


Transformers: Optimus Prime, Vol. 2
John Barber (w) • Priscilla Tramontano, Casey W. Coller, Kei Zama, Livio Ramondelli (a) • Priscilla Tramontano (c)
Explore the aftermath of Optimus Prime and his Autobots stopping an alien invasion of Earth. Diving into stories of war, peace, loss, regret, and redemption, this volume of Optimus Prime gives readers dramatic Transformers stories that spotlight the Autobots' present and past struggles while setting the stage for future surprises! Collects Transformers: Optimus Prime issues #7–10 and the Transformers Annual 2017.
TPB • FC • $19.99 • 144 pages • ISBN: 978-1-68405-131-1

Bullet points:
· Advance Solicited for February release!
· “In the end, this is a fantastic book for both old and new readers.”—Outright Geekery


Transformers News: IDW Transformers & Hasbro Universe Comics Solicitations for January 2018


Transformers: IDW Collection Phase Two, Vol. 7
James Roberts, John Barber (w) • Alex Milne, Andrew Griffith, Atilio Rojo (a) • Marcelo Matere (c)
MEGATRON assumes control of the quest to find the Knights of Cybertron—a quest that has never before been so urgent, so personal, and so likely to end in tears. But the crew of the Lost Light isn't so eager to follow his orders and, as is always the case, past decisions will come back to haunt them. Plus, The AUTOBOTS return to Earth—with OPTIMUS PRIME in command! But what is bringing them back—and what terrifying secret do the humans hold? And GALVATRON is on Earth as well, with a plan to reshape it as he once did with Cybertron. A bold new era begins here! Collects issues #28–34 of More Than Meets The Eye and #28–34 of Robots In Disguise.
HC • FC • $49.99 • 340 pages • 7” x 11” • ISBN: 978-1-68405-149-6

Bullet points:
· Advance solicited for March release!
· The IDW Collection gives completionists every last issue and makes sure beginners have everything they need to get started.


Transformers News: IDW Transformers & Hasbro Universe Comics Solicitations for January 2018


Transformers/G.I. JOE: First Strike
Mairghread Scott & David A. Rodriguez (w) • Max Dunbar (a) • Freddie E. Williams II (c)
A Hasbro Comic Book Event of epic proportions! The TRANSFORMERS are under attack from COBRA, G.I. JOE's greatest enemy! As Earth joins the intergalactic community, a massive explosion threatens the peace! A new COBRA—led by the worst villains to ever tangle with G.I. Joe, M.A.S.K.:Mobile Armored Strike Kommand, and the Transformers—is invading Cybertron, and only Scarlett, Optimus Prime, the Joes, and the Autobots can save two worlds! It's a race to the finish as good fights evil! Will our heroes win, or will Cobra DESTROY ALL TRANSFORMERS?!?
TPB • FC • $19.99 • 144 pages • ISBN: 978-1-68405-122-9

Bullet points:
· Advance solicited for February release!
· Featuring characters from everyone's favorite childhood cartoons and toys of the '80's battling it out in one shared universe!


Transformers News: IDW Transformers & Hasbro Universe Comics Solicitations for January 2018


Transformers/G.I. JOE: First Strike - Champions
Christos Gage, Aubrey Sitterson, John Barber (w) • Ilias Kyriazis, Chris Panda (a) • Sara Pitre-Durocher (c)
Your favorite characters—Rom, the Autobots, Micronauts, G.I. Joe, and more—get to shine in standalone stories setting up the ultimate Hasbro comic book event! First, with Cybertron under siege from Baron Ironblood, it's up to Optimus Prime and Arcee to defend their homeland, and the Revolutionaries team is caught in the middle! Then, back on Earth, Rom finds himself teaming up with the world's smallest heroes, the Micronauts! Can they prevent catastrophe, or is it already too late? And, with the team divided, G.I. Joe must confront dangers both in space and Earthside. Looks like they'll need some help from M.A.S.K.:Mobile Armored Strike Kommand!
TPB • FC • $19.99 • 144 pages • ISBN: 978-1-68405-123-6

Bullet points:
· Advance solicited for February release!

Review of IDW Rom Vs. Transformers: Shining Armor #3

Transformers News: Review of IDW Rom Vs. Transformers: Shining Armor #3
Date: Wednesday, October 4th 2017 4:54am CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Reviews, Site Articles
Posted by: D-Maximus_Prime | Credit(s): IDW

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Processor Over Matter
A Seibertron.com review of IDW ROM Vs. Transformers: Shining Armor #3


Synopsis

Crash-landed on a mysterious planet and pursued by both Decepticons and Dire Wraiths, the Solstar Knights and Autobots will have to set aside their differences in order to save themselves!


Transformers News: Review of IDW Rom Vs. Transformers: Shining Armor #3
ROM: voice of every character in Hasbro Crossovers so far


Story

After the good story starter of issue 1 and then the stall out of issue 2, we are mostly back on track with a pretty good issue 3 of the Transformers vs ROM. The story progressed, we got some great characterization, and we got a good setup for the final 2 issue run.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Rom Vs. Transformers: Shining Armor #3
Sata totally should have surfed on the little yellow rolling disk


Firstly, the positives: Ultra Magnus, at least in this past incarnation of himself, is a great character in the book, and may be the best overall. Following this incarnations actions, such as his dismissive attitude towards organics, how he feels about the Solstar order, and overall how he is such a hardnose to everyone around him, it really is quite a journey. and I love me some Magnus smack talk (or at least I think it was smack... he could be dead serious).

Transformers News: Review of IDW Rom Vs. Transformers: Shining Armor #3
Wonder if he was taking "Talk 'em to death" lessons from Prowl


Livia is also a pretty great character to follow, and overall I am enjoying the 3 non-transforming Solstar knights we have featured. They each have some good characterization to them, though Livia with her points of view on Wraiths, Cybertronians, and how a planet needs to be razed because Wraiths have set down is interesting to read and follow.

Keeping with the knights, I enjoy this issue from ROM's perspective, though it felt like it did bog the issue down a few times, like the issue should have moved forward that extra step instead of giving that panel or 2 to ROM where it wasn't necessarily needed.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Rom Vs. Transformers: Shining Armor #3
Stardrive and ROM: voices of reason


It was also good to get to Stardrive more, and she does finally regain her share of the issue. I enjoy her as a character, how she tries so hard and feels the pain of her 2 worlds colliding and her simple desire to help. Now mind you that last page is surely setting up the last 2 issues, and it will also set up her fate. It was not what I was expecting to happen, but then again I really should have seen something like that coming. Also, I liked how the actual act of Transforming is used here. It's good to see that seemingly sometimes forgotten aspect of Transformers get overlooked.

One last note is I love the Wraith/Con talk. The Wraiths are creepy and the cons are very distrusting and overall disgusted by the Wraiths, and it is fun to watch how uncomfortable they are with each other. Snarkscream is perfectly suited for his role here, and I continue to hear Steve Blum every time Screamer speaks. The comments thrown around by both sides make me smile too.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Rom Vs. Transformers: Shining Armor #3
the Blum is strong with this one


Art

Art work for the series continues to be run by Alex Milne, and once again his art has done some justice to the series. One thing that has been stated in past reviews for the series and is worth restating here is his ability to draw the technical, the organic, and find ways to blend the 2. In a series where half the name is robotic and the other half is organic coated in chrome armor, and where the current setting is an organic planet, this attention to detail is key, and Milne continues on with that balance.

Also important is how the artwork handles the Dire Wraiths, which can be difficult considering the whole "organic transformer" sort of ideal behind them. But once again, the artwork is able to handle the transformations and that sort of infestation style the wraiths have in stride.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Rom Vs. Transformers: Shining Armor #3
Taking lessons from the Fallen


Coloring is handled this issue by Josh Perez, who also does some very nice work, but with an ever so slight critique: the warmth of the environment throughout the issue. The issue makes many remarks on how cold the planet is, yet the coloring portrays a slightly warmer planet than described, with the sky using brighter colors than maybe a dimmer winter evening would usually have and the surrounding landmarks featuring a neutral green that should have been several degrees cooler to properly show the chill of the surrounding landscape.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Rom Vs. Transformers: Shining Armor #3
See? The explosion blends in more than it super heats it


Lettering is handled by Shawn Lee, and the lettering is done well. One thing I love about the series is how anything associated with the Wraiths has the inverted speech bubble coloring and the font styling. It really helps them stand out and adds another layer of just how bad they really are.

If you're interested in the variant covers, you can find them all in our database entry here. In the thumbnail is the one by Casey Coller!

Final Thoughts

Transformers News: Review of IDW Rom Vs. Transformers: Shining Armor #3
No... don't remind me


After going slightly off-track with issue 2, I feel issue 3 gets us back on track wonderfully. It was an overall good issue, but yet nothing wholly special. It didn't have that wow factor that left an impression on my mind and memory. But, I will say that with 2 issues to go, I feel this is the best crossover event that has happened thus far, I'd say better than the criminally underrated Revolutionaries series (which was great, honestly!). I look forward to seeing the end of the series, and I hope the final 2 issues can slam this thing home. This has great potential, good writing, great art, and a chance to hold the crown of best crossover event so far. Just avoid too much talk, add some action, and some sort of defining moment to end the series, and BANG! you got it!

Score
:SG-BOTS: :SG-BOTS: :SG-BOTS: 1/2 Out Of :SG-BOTS: :SG-BOTS: :SG-BOTS: :SG-BOTS: :SG-BOTS:

IDW Optimus Prime #14 Artist Edition Variant Cover by Andrew Griffith

Transformers News: IDW Optimus Prime #14 Artist Edition Variant Cover by Andrew Griffith
Date: Saturday, September 30th 2017 12:53pm CDT
Category: Comic Book News
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): Andrew Griffith

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Courtesy of artist Andrew Griffith's Twitter account, we have a look at his variant cover (Artist Edition) for IDW Publishing's Optimus Prime #14 - which will take place after the events of First Strike, and is due in December 2017- and featuring Trypticon and the Dinobots in their current looks since Maximum Dinobots. Check it out below!

OPTIMUS PRIME #14 CVR C ARTIST ED GRIFFITH

On Cybertron, Optimus Prime battles the Dinobots over the first new Cybertronian life to emerge in four million years! But does he stand a chance when the Dinobots’ newest member is two miles tall and eats cities?

• Part of IDW’s Artist’s Edition Cover Month!
• Optimus Prime deals with the fallout of the First Strike event!


Transformers News: IDW Optimus Prime #14 Artist Edition Variant Cover by Andrew Griffith

Review of IDW First Strike #4 #HasbroFirstStrike

Transformers News: Review of IDW First Strike #4 #HasbroFirstStrike
Date: Wednesday, September 27th 2017 4:37pm CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Reviews, Site Articles
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): IDW

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Shut Up, Optimus
(Spoiler free-ish)



Synopsis

Captured by Transformers! Even with the Autobots on their side, G.I. Joe is in trouble! Starscream doesn’t trust anyone, much less armed humans who show up during Cybertron’s darkest hour and he’ll do anything he can to keep G.I. Joe under control—including let COBRA get even closer to their goal!

Transformers News: Review of IDW First Strike #4 #HasbroFirstStrike
Agreed.


Story

We continue our exploration of the wider Hasbro Universe as the First Strike event reaches the second act in its first issue over at IDW Publishing, as writers Mairghread Scott and David A. Rodriguez attempt to bring together and make no one kiss from the various feeble alliances at hand - and Starscream is tired.

Transformers News: Review of IDW First Strike #4 #HasbroFirstStrike
So very tired


The momentum we had seen in the previous three issues seems to have waned a bit by this fourth issue, as the charge of the story is shifted to the two major factions colliding on Cybertron, now that politics and policy take over the immediate response to Ironblood's threat. Which was to be expected narratively, but I think also drags the pacing a little too much - which may be rectified in the next two issues.

Transformers News: Review of IDW First Strike #4 #HasbroFirstStrike
and we all stumble


Look, I like a good dissection of Optimus Prime's character and saviour complex, and I have always enjoyed how Scott included that in her look at religious issues in Cybertronian and its colonies' culture, but one sequence in this issue that once more to that felt a little redundant after the parallels drawn with Scarlett and Soundwave last issue. Either that, or more could've been seeded earlier in the event, if this is going where I think it might.

Transformers News: Review of IDW First Strike #4 #HasbroFirstStrike
buuuuuuuurn


As for characters in general, there are some good moments and snippets for individuals - but Scarlett, like Optimus, unfortunately takes a little too much too far too heavy of a burden for the story and the personal/political side of the event. The back-up story (at the hands of John Barber), on the other hand, was particularly enjoyable, and once more Mayhem steals the scene now that Shazraella is fully introduced (who finally clicks with her WoK drive, too).


Art

Max Dunbar (pencils) and John Wycough (inks) take the lead story's art duties, with Ander Zarate on the colouring side, and I am not entirely conviced, I'll admit. Dunbar's style still feels as though he's trying to adapt to the different moments in the story, but rather than finding a lead motive, it just falls into looking like other art depending on the sequence - not helped by the jarring contrast of heavy inks on an otherwise much lighter touch everywhere else in the issue (Wycough is only pages 3-9), meaning that the Cybertronians in trial are a bit too static for a full appreciation of the exchanges.

Transformers News: Review of IDW First Strike #4 #HasbroFirstStrike
See? The inks are just drowning everything else in her face


As for the small chapter of backstory at the end, on the other hand, the collaboration between Netho Diaz (pencils), Walden Wong (inks), and David Garcia Cruz (colours) meshes really nicely - and not unnecessarily darkly - with Barber's short script, bringing some good spotlights onto Shazraella and Mayhem, still my favourites by far, and the compositions that the difference in scales allow for such a short frame of story space.

Transformers News: Review of IDW First Strike #4 #HasbroFirstStrike


Gilberto Lazcano takes on the lettering duties in the issue, and I find no faults in his approach to the captions and dialogues, but it takes a long while to see full creativity with the soundscape of the more action-based scenes later on. The cover chosen for the thumbnail is a good summary of the main thread running for the most part of the issue, by talented Alex Ronald and Thomas Teyowisonte Deer -- and all other covers, of which there are many, can be found in our updated entry database right here.

Thoughts
Spoilerish ahead

There have been comments about this event that I strongly disagree with, but I have to admit that this particular issue did not do well what the previous three had handled really quite nicely, by adding some forced parallels, stilted dialogue moments, and pairing them with some not particularly strong visual results to carry the story forward - meaning that a particularly important moment for TF readers may be lost in tonal overbearing.

Transformers News: Review of IDW First Strike #4 #HasbroFirstStrike
basically, #same


I'm not saying it's a bad issue, but it does have its severely dipping moments that it most definitely could not afford at this stage of the event, and by the nature of the event itself, too. Enjoy the Mayhem, enjoy the Starscream, enjoy the jabs at Optimus - and appreciate the difficulty of balancing all of the characters involved. But if this were to be entirely Scarlett's story and her relation to Colton, the issue sunk a bit too far into itself to make any other emotional connection work for me.

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

IDW December 2017 Solicitations: Wreckers, Transformers, Visionaries, more

Transformers News: IDW December 2017 Solicitations: Wreckers, Transformers, Visionaries, more
Date: Wednesday, September 20th 2017 10:47am CDT
Category: Comic Book News
Posted by: D-Maximus_Prime | Credit(s): Previews World

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Thanks to Previews World, we have our latest round of comic solicitations for you to check out! Among the comics set to come out this month are Optimus Prime 14, Lost Light 13, the Till All Are One Annual, and more! Stories range from Dinobots to Cabin Fever to the ultimate Drift and Wreckers Collections! Note: None of the Optimus Prime covers were made available.

OPTIMUS PRIME #14 CVR A ZAMA

(W) John Barber (A) Livio Ramondelli (CA) Kei Zama

On Cybertron, Optimus Prime battles the Dinobots over the first new Cybertronian life to emerge in four million years! But does he stand a chance when the Dinobots' newest member is two miles tall and eats cities?

• Part of IDW's Artist's Edition Cover Month!
• Optimus Prime deals with the fallout of the First Strike event!


(W) John Barber (A) Livio Ramondelli (CA) Casey Coller


(W) John Barber (A) Livio Ramondelli (CA) Andrew Griffith


Transformers News: IDW December 2017 Solicitations

TRANSFORMERS LOST LIGHT #13

(W) James Roberts (A) Alex Milne (CA) J.N. Wiedle
CABIN FEVER! Crammed into a dead Decepticon astropod that's ten sizes too small, the displaced crew of the Lost Light face their most serious threat yet: each other. As tensions rise and tempers fray, only one Autobot is arrogant enough to think he can save the day. Enter Rodimus, expert mediator.


(W) James Roberts (A) Alex Milne (CA) Nick Roche


Transformers News: IDW December 2017 Solicitations

(W) James Roberts (A/CA) Alex Milne


Transformers News: IDW December 2017 Solicitations

TRANSFORMERS TILL ALL ARE ONE ANNUAL 2017 CVR A PITRE-DUROCH

(W) Mairghread Scott (A/CA) Sara Pitre-Durocher

Elita One, Windblade, and Starscream fight to gain ultimate control of Cybertron! Dark secrets will be revealed in this series finale!

• The shocking finale to the epic Cybertronian saga from Mairghread Scott and Sara Pitre-Durocher!
• A happy ending! For some...


Transformers News: IDW December 2017 Solicitations

(W) Mairghread Scott (A) Sara Pitre-Durocher (CA) J.N. Wiedle


Transformers News: IDW December 2017 Solicitations

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.


Transformers News: IDW December 2017 Solicitations

TRANSFORMERS DRIFT ORIGINS & EMPIRES TP

(W) Shane McCarthy (A) Alex Milne, Guido Guidi, Marcelo Ferreira (CA) Livio Ramondelli
Repentant villain Drift roams the galaxy, waging a solitary war on his former allies, delivering swift justice to any Decepticons that cross his path. But with many Autobots refusing to trust him, and many Decepticons sure he's pulling a scheme, walking the straight and narrow path won't be easy, and Drift-previously known as Deadlock-must repeatedly face the consequences of his past mistakes. Collects Transformers Spotlight: Drift, Transformers: Drift #1-4, and Transformers Drift: Empire of Stone #1-4.


Transformers News: IDW December 2017 Solicitations

TRANSFORMERS WRECKERS SAGA TP

(W) Nick Roche, James Roberts (A/CA) Nick Roche
Join the toughest crew of Autobots around on a pair of missions where they'll face seemingly insurmountable odds and things are guaranteed to end badly.
First, the Wreckers and their leader, Springer, are sent to investigate Garrus-9, a prison that fell to the Decepticons three years ago, with no communications in or out since.
Then, Prowl has been kidnapped. Worse for him, it seems like no one really cares, thanks to his history of messing with people's lives. Traitors are revealed, secrets come to light, and it may all be more than even the baddest crew of Autobots can handle.
Collects Transformers: Last Stand of the Wreckers #1-5, named the #1 Transformers series by IGN, and Transformers: Sins of the Wreckers #1-5.


Transformers News: IDW December 2017 Solicitations

TRANSFORMERS VS THE VISIONARIES #1

(W) Magdalene Visaggio (A/CA) Fico Ossio

Cybertron has been invaded. The Transformers encounter unwelcome guests at the heart of Cybertron-and they may not have their hosts' best interests at heart. Refugees from another world, the Visionaries' startling magical abilities could make them powerful allies... or dangerous enemies.

• Welcome Eisner-nominated writer Magdalene Visaggio (Kim and Kim, Quantum Teens are Go, Secret Empire: Brave New World, Edge of the Venomverse) to the IDW family!
• The Visionaries make their explosive return to comics!
• Magic vs. metal!


Transformers News: IDW December 2017 Solicitations

(W) Magdalene Visaggio (A) Fico Ossio (CA) Andrew Griffith


Transformers News: IDW December 2017 Solicitations

ROM & THE MICRONAUTS #1

(W) Christos Gage (A) Paolo Villanelli (CA) Richard Wentworth

Baron Karza and D'rge, the Dire Wraith sorcerer, have joined forces to carry forward their equally malignant goals-Karza desires to conquer all of Microspace (again), while the Wraiths seek to awaken their Wraith God and conquer Earth! Now it's up to Rom and the Micronauts to form their own alliance in order to stop the evil domination of two worlds! Christos Gage (Amazing Spider-Man, Buffy the Vampire Slayer) and Paolo Villanelli (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story) team up to bring us this all-new adventure!

• An all-new Hasbro team-up event featuring your favorite Solstar Knight and the tiniest heroes around!
• Written and illustrated by fan-favorite creators-writer Christos Gage and artist Paolo Villanelli!


Transformers News: IDW December 2017 Solicitations

(W) Christos Gage (A) Paolo Villanelli (CA) George Caltsoudas


SCARLETTS STRIKE FORCE #1 CVR A RANDOLPH

(W) Aubrey Sitterson (A) Nelson Daniel (CA) Khary Randolph

They've fought back invasions from home and afar-now, they're back on Earth, and ready to take on the wildest, weirdest threats out there! It's Scarlett's G.I. Joe team, the Strike Force, against a brand-new Cobra Commander, a revitalized Cobra, and everyone else trying to conquer Earth... or destroy it! Aubrey Sitterson (G.I. Joe, Street Fighter x G.I. Joe) is joined by superstar artist Nelson Daniel (Clue, Dungeons & Dragons) in The Best Action Comic Ever!

• Featuring all-stars of the Hasbro line as M.A.S.K.: Mobile Armored Strike Kommand and the Transformers join G.I. Joe in the fight against Cobra!


Transformers News: IDW December 2017 Solicitations

(W) Aubrey Sitterson (A/CA) Nelson Daniel

IDW Transformers Comics Solicitations for November 2017

Transformers News: IDW Transformers Comics Solicitations for November 2017
Date: Wednesday, August 23rd 2017 11:08am CDT
Category: Comic Book News
Posted by: william-james88 | Credit(s): Previews

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Thanks to the Previews catalog, we now have solicitations for all the IDW Transformers books coming out in November 2017, after the end of the First Strike Hasbro Universe event. They are below along with the only covers available at this time and beware of possible spoilers.


ROM VS TRANSFORMERS SHINING ARMOR #5 CVR A MILNE

(W) John Barber, Christos Gage (A/CA) Alex Milne

Bumblebee vs. Rom vs. Starscream vs. the Dire Wraiths! All alliances are off-this is a fight for survival! Torn between her Cybertronian heritage and her Solstar Knight upbringing, Stardrive takes control of her fate!
In Shops: Nov 22, 2017
SRP: $3.99

ROM VS TRANSFORMERS SHINING ARMOR #5 CVR B ROCHE

ROM VS TRANSFORMERS SHINING ARMOR #5 CVR C MESSINA

Transformers News: IDW Transformers Comics Solicitations for November 2017


TRANSFORMERS LOST LIGHT #12 CVR C MILNE

(W) James Roberts (A) Jack Lawrence (CA) Alex Milne
NO TURNING BACK! Getaway has crossed one too many lines and made one too many enemies. Hunted down on his own ship, the master manipulator has one last trick of his sleeve-something so shocking, so audacious, that it would put the most evil Decepticon to shame. No one is safe as the Mutineers Trilogy reaches its jaw-dropping climax.

In Shops: Nov 22, 2017
SRP: $3.99

TRANSFORMERS LOST LIGHT #12 CVR A LAWRENCE

TRANSFORMERS LOST LIGHT #12 CVR B ROCHE

Transformers News: IDW Transformers Comics Solicitations for November 2017


OPTIMUS PRIME #13 CVR B COLLER

(W) John Barber (A) Livio Ramondelli (CA) Casey Coller

As the consequences of the First Strike event reverberate, Optimus Prime ventures into the wilderness of Cybertron to search for the first new Cybertronian life to emerge in four million years!

Bullet points:
* Optimus Prime deals with the fallout of the First Strike event!

In Shops: Nov 15, 2017
SRP: $3.99

OPTIMUS PRIME #13 CVR A ZAMA

OPTIMUS PRIME #13 CVR C GRIFFITH

Transformers News: IDW Transformers Comics Solicitations for November 2017


MICRONAUTS WRATH OF KARZA TP
(W) Cullen Bunn, Jimmy Johnston (A) Andrew Griffith, Ron Joseph (CA) Alex Ronald
The action continues in the Hasbro Universe as the villainous Baron Karza sets his sights on new worlds! As one universe dies, another is invaded! Microspace-the home of the Micronauts-is collapsing. But Baron Karza has discovered a new universe in which the people of Microspace would thrive, a universe in which he would rule! The first world to be conquered is Earth, and the first enemies to be targeted are the TRANSFORMERS, G.I. JOE, M.A.S.K., and ROM!
In Shops: Dec 20, 2017
SRP: $17.99


Transformers News: IDW Transformers Comics Solicitations for November 2017


GI JOE TPB Volume 2
(W) Aubrey Sitterson (A) Giannis Milonogiannis (CA) Aaron Conley
G.I. JOE battles all new threats as the defenders of Earth! After the events of Revolution changed everything, the JOEs are left to clean up the mess. G.I. JOE has fought Cobra, the Dreadnoks and more, but never before have they faced a threat like this: Gigantic, heaving abominations crawling up from the depths of the Earth itself. As teams of JOEs struggle to respond to the unpredictable attacks, Scarlett must decide what to do with the enemy in the team's midst. Plus, the G.I. JOE leader reveals a troubling secret to her second-in-command, Roadblock. Collects issues #5-9.

Bullet points:
* "Its a two-guitar attack for the heavy metal fun of G.I. Joe." -Newsarama
* Advance solicited for December release!
In Shops: Dec 13, 2017
SRP: $17.99


Transformers News: IDW Transformers Comics Solicitations for November 2017


ROM TPB Volume 03 The Roads to Ruin
(W) Chris Ryall, Christos Gage (A) David Messina, Guy Dorina Sr., Sal Buscema (CA) Drew Moss
The Dire Wraiths have escaped to Earth, but one of the Knights of the Solstar Order has hounded them and kept them underground for centuries. Feared more than all others, he is Rom, the Wraithslayer. Rom now has help in his war against the Dire Wraiths in the form of additional Solstar Knights and super-powered human allies... so why is the battle going from bad to worse? The Wraiths' master plan grows and Rom can't even see it, let alone find any way to stop it. Collects issues #10-14.
In Shops: Dec 13, 2017
SRP: $17.99


Transformers News: IDW Transformers Comics Solicitations for November 2017

Transformers: The Last Knight Blu-Ray details

Transformers News: Transformers: The Last Knight Blu-Ray details
Date: Tuesday, August 15th 2017 4:56pm CDT
Categories: Live Action Movie News, Digital Media News
Posted by: Kurona

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Blu-Ray's official website has released a news article detailing what exactly is going to be on their release of the latest live-action Transformers movie, The Last Knight. Among details like a release date of September 26th and what special features can be found in the disc - largely interviews and behind-the-scenes videos - we also get confirmation that The Last Knight is to be packed with the previous four movies in a 5-pack Blu-Ray! Look at our snippets below, check out the full article here and tell us if you're going to get this in the forums!

The Transformers: The Last Knight 4K Blu-ray and Blu-ray 3D Combo Packs include a bonus disc with over 80 minutes of behind-the-scenes content and interviews. Travel to Cybertron to explore the Transformers home world, then visit the UK to delve into the locations used to bring the epic adventure to life. In addition, go inside the secret mythology of the legendary robots in disguise, check out the incredible vehicles used in the film and much, much more.


SPECIAL FEATURES:
Merging Mythologies – Explore the secret TRANSFORMERS history
Climbing the Ranks – Military training
The Royal Treatment: Transformers in the UK
Motors and Magic
Alien Landscape: Cybertron
One More Giant Effin' Movie


*Transformers: The Last Night will also be available in a 5-movie Blu-ray Collection that includes TRANSFORMERS, TRANSFORMERS: REVENGE OF THE FALLEN, TRANSFORMERS: DARK OF THE MOON and TRANSFORMERS: AGE OF EXTINCTION, as well as the bonus Blu-ray Disc detailed above and access to Digital HD copies of all five movies.


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Top 5 Best Transformers Toys with Easy Transformations

Transformers News: Top 5 Best Transformers Toys with Easy Transformations
Date: Saturday, August 12th 2017 8:14am CDT
Categories: Site Articles, Editorials, Top Lists
Posted by: william-james88

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Every two weeks, Seibertron.com brings you a Top 5 list related to all things Transformers written by me, your fellow editor. These are my opinions (just like movie or game reviews hosted by sites are still just the opinion of one person) so what matters most is what you guys think of the topic or list, and I hope to see your own lists or comments on omissions and ranking. Let's have fun! All previous lists can be found here.

Top 5 Best Transformers Toys with Easy Transformations

While many fans loved the complexity of the Revenge of the Fallen line, parents were not as enthused and eventually, the Age of Extinction Toyline came with a publicized push by Hasbro to simplify the transformation process of Transformers toys. They claimed it was both to bring it back to the brand’s basics and to be more appealing to kids and this idea of toys being simpler has stuck in he current collector landscape. While I love my complex transformations as much as the next fan, I actually thought this was all smoke and no fire. Not simply because complex and articulated Transformers didn’t disappear, and not just because we’ve had one step Transformers since G1’s Twintwist and Topspin, but because I believe easier Transformers can sometimes yield great designs that are just as hard to pull off as more complex transformations. An easy transformation doesn’t necessarily mean that the engineering is lacking and sometimes overcomplicating a transformer can yield terrible results (which is what the majority thinks of Universe Galvatron). All I want to show with this list is that there can be great style and a lot of fun resulting from easy transformations and I wanted to give the best examples of that. My only rule here is that it had to be less than 5 main steps (not including posing) to see the robot mode. This isn't necessarily about simplified toys or one steps, that could be another list of its own. Here, I was looking for awesome toys that you could transform extremely fast that even a young fan with a small attention span would appreciate and marvel at.

5. Transformers Animated Activators Seekers

These are one step transformers, for the most part, and are a lot of fun. The seeker mold has the best robot mode of this class, which makes up for the sub par jet mode, and it is loaded with articulation for that size. It really reminds me of the spring loaded Best Wars Basics which had just as much articulation as the deluxes. With all the lovely ball joints, this seeker mold even puts more recent attempts at Legends sized seekers to shame in terms of the amount of articulation and poseability.

Transformers News: Top 5 Best Transformers Toys with Easy Transformations


4. Transformers G1 1984 Optimus Prime (Convoy)

When Hasbro said they were taking the property back to basics, I thought of what that meant and looked at my G1s. I could totally see what they meant. Transformer toys of the past were far easier than what they became in the ROTF line (hyperbole, right? But that’s the point) but I think they still look great in their own way. I grew up with the beautifully articulated Beast Wars figures and yet I can still see the great style of G1 and appreciate them as the fun toys they are. Blocky maybe, but it really sells the robot esthetic and even better, the robot in disguise aesthetic with the great alt mode integration of the early licensed diaclone toys. Optimus Prime (Battle Convoy) is the best example of this, and he transforms in just 4 steps (which includes part forming).

1.Bring down the legs and feet
2.Pull out the arms and shoulders
3.Flip the head
4. Plug in some fists (if you still have them)
And voila!

Transformers News: Top 5 Best Transformers Toys with Easy Transformations

It’s simple but really smart, especially the arms taking part of the front of the truck with them, giving Optimus a slimmer figure in the abdominal area that lines up with where the legs begin. And while he looks like a blocky robot, the alt mode is impeccable with no notion of robot kibble (it helps that his hands are just accessories). Also, let me reiterate, less than 5 steps!


3. Transformers Beast Wars Terrorsaur

To be frank, I could have picked any of the basic beast wars figures since they are all as good and as smart, so feel free to substitute this entry with your favourite of the basic spring loaded beast wars one step figures. Terrorsaur is a tad more special than the others to me since he was my first Transformer and, along with Rattrap, this was the only class to have a toy of the show character. And while I did complain about the size as a kid, I didn’t complain about the transformation (and no one complained about the show accuracy in the beast wars line, it wasn’t part of the fandom’s lexicon yet and I was just glad my Terrorsaur didn’t have a mutant head). The transformation was actually pretty smart and I believe it even beats the more recent Pretodactyle mold we got, Age of Extinction’s Strafe. Unlike Strafe, Terrorsaur’s head isn’t visible in Beast Mode even if you flip him to see the undercarriage, and the robot hands are hidden as well, transforming into the beast mode feet. I still find that hand transformation ingenious to this day. It’s so simple how the beast mode feet are panels that just flip onto the forearms and disappear in robot mode. You can count that as a step if you are so inclined, since it’s a great step, but he is principally a one step transformer since the entire robot mode comes to view once you unhook the beast mode head and let the spring do the work.
And voila:

Transformers News: Top 5 Best Transformers Toys with Easy Transformations

Transformers News: Top 5 Best Transformers Toys with Easy Transformations
Transformers Beast Wars Iguanus (Crazybolt) Gallery


2. Transformers Beast Wars Cybershark

He was my favourite to transform as a kid because I marveled at how fast it was to go from these two totally distinct beast and robot modes. Unlike Terrorsaur above, there wasn’t a spring involved, this was a deluxe, and neither his arms nor legs appeared in robot mode. His fully articulated limbs only appear in robot mode and you get there in just 3 steps once you remove his tail (which you also must do with the three step Robots in Disguise Grimlock).
1.Open the shark’s underbelly/shell
2.Flip the newly revealed legs to the front end of the toy
3.Flip the shark head down
And voila:
Transformers News: Top 5 Best Transformers Toys with Easy Transformations

A beautiful robot mode with some decent alt mode integration (the shark’s head!) with one of the best headsculpts and decos of the beast era. He is also full of weapons and hidden projectiles (the sharks’s head!). This is by no means a design that lacks engineering, or inventiveness, especially considering that the beast mode is a realistic shark that has no arms or legs. And yet it’s super simple and fun to transform. I didn’t feel cheated then and I sure don’t feel it now. For a simple comparison, the Transmetal II version was made far more complicated to transform and the result doesn’t hold a candle to the initial cybershark who is far more sleek, giving him the look of the swift, sharp and skilled killer he is (or was in my imagination).


1. Transformers Cybertron Hot Shot (Excellion)

This figure is astounding compared to today's toys in terms of heft, deco and sculpting. It's a deluxe class figure with an excellent amount of articulation, but do you know how many steps it takes to transform it? Only four. Five if you have to turn his head for it to face the right direction.
1. Pull the rear of the car back.
2. Flip the rear vents up to form the robot feet.
3. Swing the sides of the car out while pulling them down, splitting the front of the car.
4. Rotate the cockpit, and accompanying top of the car, 180.
(5. Turn the robot head around if it's not facing the right way)
And voila!

Transformers News: Top 5 Best Transformers Toys with Easy Transformations

This can be performed in 10 seconds, with no hyperbole. And that's it. The transformation is so simplistic and elementary, yet results in an impressively articulated figure with some fun non-inhibiting gimmick features. The simplicity in the toy is a result of the robot mode using the very same parts from the alt mode but in a way that the kibble is no longer visible, giving way to a robot mode with detail that was never found before.
Just look at how little of the alt mode shows up in the robot mode:

Transformers News: Top 5 Best Transformers Toys with Easy Transformations
Transformers News: Top 5 Best Transformers Toys with Easy Transformations

And yet, the robot mode uses parts from the car mode, making him still sleek with a nice amount of bulk and heft. This toy simply amazes me. I love the alt mode being a Cybertronian Lambourghini. Design is two fold; it is the look of the figure as well as its engineering. And this guy works that way. The simple engineering means you can have a swift conversion from 2 modes that look nothing like one another. Think about it guys, this is what Hasbro is trying to hard to achieve right now with simplistic transformation. But this is it done right. It is truly a figure for all ages (it's my 11 year old cousin's favourite toy, she usually finds transformers too complicated).
And the style of the figure is something to behold. Speaking of head sculpts, this is probably one of my all time favourites, there is so much detail and sculpting. You have four colours playing off one another on this head design with different kinds of plastic as well, giving it a unique look while also hearkening back to a very old school robot look. And speaking of hearkening back, his gimmick is that he becomes an homage to Hotrod.

Sure, he isn't perfect. He has a big buttflap, the doors don't retract across his arms and the legs are quite bulky but to me this is just part of the design and intention to make him quick to convert while using as much as the kibble as possible in the robot mode (ie the legs ad doors).
This was the last line before the movie happened, and the very last states side line which used Takara for design and not just engineering. It was like a last hurrah for the classic transformer design, yet flipped on its head (or upside down, as is the case with this toy). It's just great.

And once again, check out that headsculpt!

Transformers News: Top 5 Best Transformers Toys with Easy Transformations
Transformers News: Top 5 Best Transformers Toys with Easy Transformations

Toys Alliance Transformers Megatron, FoC Optimus Prime Prototypes, Nemesis Prime at ACGHK

Transformers News: Toys Alliance Transformers Megatron, FoC Optimus Prime Prototypes, Nemesis Prime at ACGHK
Date: Saturday, July 29th 2017 11:36am CDT
Categories: Toy News, Event News, Collectables
Posted by: Sigma Magnus | Credit(s): ToysTV, RobotKingdom

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Prototypes of Toys Alliance's Mega Action Series Megatron and Fall of Cybertron Optimus Prime, as well as a sample of Nemesis Prime, were shown off at ACGHK 2017 in Hong Kong! Thanks to ToysTV HK and Robotkingdom, we have some images of all three. This is our first proper look at Megatron, who is set for release in the fall. Check out the images below, and let us know what you think in the Energon Pub!



Transformers News: Toys Alliance Transformers Megatron, FoC Optimus Prime Prototypes, Nemesis Prime at ACGHK

Transformers News: Toys Alliance Transformers Megatron, FoC Optimus Prime Prototypes, Nemesis Prime at ACGHK

Transformers News: Toys Alliance Transformers Megatron, FoC Optimus Prime Prototypes, Nemesis Prime at ACGHK

Transformers News: Toys Alliance Transformers Megatron, FoC Optimus Prime Prototypes, Nemesis Prime at ACGHK

Transformers News: Toys Alliance Transformers Megatron, FoC Optimus Prime Prototypes, Nemesis Prime at ACGHK

Transformers News: Toys Alliance Transformers Megatron, FoC Optimus Prime Prototypes, Nemesis Prime at ACGHK

Transformers News: Toys Alliance Transformers Megatron, FoC Optimus Prime Prototypes, Nemesis Prime at ACGHK

Transformers News: Toys Alliance Transformers Megatron, FoC Optimus Prime Prototypes, Nemesis Prime at ACGHK

Review for IDW Transformers: Lost Light #8

Transformers News: Review for IDW Transformers: Lost Light #8
Date: Wednesday, July 26th 2017 2:06am CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Reviews, Site Articles
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): IDW

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Back on Track
(Spoiler free-ish)



Synopsis
THE HUNT IS ON! Ever lost something and spent forever looking for it? Try visiting Troja Major, the lost property capital of the universe. Just bear in mind that it's better known by another name: the Howling Town. And the Autobots are about to find out why.

Transformers News: Review for IDW Transformers: Lost Light #8
...


Story

I was reminded by other comics staff that we've had a number of voices already on reviews this far, for the new iteration of Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye, but mine was not the one that has appeared yet for Lost Light. It's probably time then, right? Back to the story?

Transformers News: Review for IDW Transformers: Lost Light #8
JRo I swear..


One of the issues I've had with the series, much like its predecessor, is the use of the medium of comics as a serialised narrative - they read really well as a collected trade (read volume 1 in one sitting, believe me), but sometimes take odd steps as single issues. This book, however, does not do that, and in fact plays the field extremely well as a morsel of a wider story yet to happen, and previous ones being closed or at least addressed.

Transformers News: Review for IDW Transformers: Lost Light #8
The Quest! It is Back!


As we know, James Roberts takes his time on the series to get to know the characters, and characters here are a very important part of the plot: what we discover about Nautica and Velocity, their interactions prior to the Lost Light, wouldn't have made sense while Megatron was still in the picture - but what he does well here is to not sacrifice plot for character development, at all.

Transformers News: Review for IDW Transformers: Lost Light #8
Casual Character Trivia


And in terms of highlights, this book has fallen into the category of what Transformers comics can do now, from a socio-political perspective, in terms of identity, representation, and delving further into human issues while using sad gay (can we finally change this to queer?) robots in space. And yes, I'm talking about Anode and Lug, and what we learn about both of them.


Art

After a full arc and a breather, we see a different artist taking charge of a very important issue, plot wise among the rest, and Priscilla Tramontano has some excellent leads in terms of visual continuity with Lawrence's art, while still keeping very much to her own style and approach to the characters.

Transformers News: Review for IDW Transformers: Lost Light #8
including Krombopolous Michael, from Rick and Morty


With a change from the usual, Joana Lafuente joins Tramontano on colours, perhaps also aiding in the continuity, but also providing an extremely vibrant and diverse cast of organic presences on Troja Major, taking the best pages out of Lucas' books and making the marketplace as cantina-esque (but well lit) as she can.

Transformers News: Review for IDW Transformers: Lost Light #8
Also, sir, are you a Dire Wraith?


In a universe where several characters are identifiable by their speech patters, and those speech patterns are to be made visible, a letterer like Tom B. Long makes sure that we can glean more from the page that you might read at first glance, while also enjoying the sounds of the new setting! Meanwhile, the cover for this review's thumbnail is the variant art by Alex Milne and Josh Perez, very much about the grief aspect of it all, but also more pertaining to the plot of the issue than you might think... All other covers can be found in our database entry right here, including Roche/Burcham, Tom Whalen, and the main Lawrence/Lafuente

Thoughts
Spoilerish ahead

What do you know? We're back looking for the Knights of Cybertron! For real! As I said above, the overarching plot is not sidelined for the characters or subplots, but rather the two work well together in the issue, and we get to find out more about The Quest that started all those 50+ issues ago under another title altogether - but what we find may not be what we were looking for, especially if it was answers.

Transformers News: Review for IDW Transformers: Lost Light #8
:smile:


That said, my allusions towards the scene featuring Anode and Lug warrants a couple extra words here, while still wanting to leave it to readers to appreciate: it has some nice callbacks to the last Optimus Prime issue, and Sideswipe's understanding of the new reality; it has a well-developed approach to the issue at hand, sign of good research on the team's behalf; it helps sediment

. :BOT: :BOT: :BOT: :BOT: ½ out of :BOT: :BOT: :BOT: :BOT: :BOT:

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