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Final Product Images of KidRobot Transformers vs GI Joe Vinyl Figures, Enamel Pins and More

Transformers News: Final Product Images of KidRobot Transformers vs GI Joe Vinyl Figures, Enamel Pins and More
Date: Friday, November 3rd 2017 9:40pm CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Toy News, Collectables
Posted by: william-james88 | Credit(s): Kidrobot

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We previously found art depicting upcoming merchandise based on the recent Transformers vs GI Joe comic. As it turns out, that art was more for the enamel pins since they are almost identical to the final product shots Kidrobot just posted on their website. They also posted a final product shot of a Cobra Commander figure, in two colours, based on the series along with an image of a skateboard deck featuring our favourite characters. They also posted every single image of the collector pins. These items can all be ordered on the KidRobot site. The pins are blind bagged and are priced at $5.99 USD and all of the mentioned items are available to order now. All of the product images can be found after the pin product description below.

Get ready to wear your team pride! Based on the critically acclaimed maxi-series comic by John Barber and Tom Scioli, Kidrobot and Hasbro have teamed up to bring two of the world’s most recognizable franchises to life with the Transformers vs. G.I. Joe capsule. Stylized as a homage to Jack Kirby and the silver age of comics, this blind box enamel pin series mashes up earth’s favorite action heroes and those futuristic aliens that are more than meets the eye. Get ready to jump down the rabbit hole and strap in for a wild sci-fi ride. Collect them all today and get ready for a battle for the ages!

Collect them all:

Bazooka
Grimlock
Wheeljack
Shockwave
Bumblebee
Destro
Snake Eyes
Baroness
Grimlock Blue Metallic
Megatron
Soundwave
Cobra Commander
Flagg
Scarlett
Serpentress
Optimus Prime
Starscream
GI Joe Logos 2-pack
Transformers Logos 2-Pack
Transformers vs. GI Joe Logo


Transformers News: Final Product Images of KidRobot Transformers vs GI Joe Vinyl Figures, Enamel Pins and More

Transformers News: Final Product Images of KidRobot Transformers vs GI Joe Vinyl Figures, Enamel Pins and More

Transformers News: Final Product Images of KidRobot Transformers vs GI Joe Vinyl Figures, Enamel Pins and More

Transformers News: Final Product Images of KidRobot Transformers vs GI Joe Vinyl Figures, Enamel Pins and More

Transformers News: Final Product Images of KidRobot Transformers vs GI Joe Vinyl Figures, Enamel Pins and More

Transformers News: Final Product Images of KidRobot Transformers vs GI Joe Vinyl Figures, Enamel Pins and More

Transformers News: Final Product Images of KidRobot Transformers vs GI Joe Vinyl Figures, Enamel Pins and More

Transformers News: Final Product Images of KidRobot Transformers vs GI Joe Vinyl Figures, Enamel Pins and More

Transformers News: Final Product Images of KidRobot Transformers vs GI Joe Vinyl Figures, Enamel Pins and More

Transformers News: Final Product Images of KidRobot Transformers vs GI Joe Vinyl Figures, Enamel Pins and More

Transformers News: Final Product Images of KidRobot Transformers vs GI Joe Vinyl Figures, Enamel Pins and More

Transformers News: Final Product Images of KidRobot Transformers vs GI Joe Vinyl Figures, Enamel Pins and More

Transformers News: Final Product Images of KidRobot Transformers vs GI Joe Vinyl Figures, Enamel Pins and More

Transformers News: Final Product Images of KidRobot Transformers vs GI Joe Vinyl Figures, Enamel Pins and More

Transformers News: Final Product Images of KidRobot Transformers vs GI Joe Vinyl Figures, Enamel Pins and More

Transformers News: Final Product Images of KidRobot Transformers vs GI Joe Vinyl Figures, Enamel Pins and More

Transformers News: Final Product Images of KidRobot Transformers vs GI Joe Vinyl Figures, Enamel Pins and More

Full Preview for IDW Transformers: First Strike #1 #HasbroFirstStrike

Transformers News: Full Preview for IDW Transformers: First Strike #1 #HasbroFirstStrike
Date: Friday, November 3rd 2017 2:58pm CDT
Category: Comic Book News
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): AIPT!

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The final preview of the final coda, which is really a tie-in, and second part of a larger tie-in story started in the Optimus Prime tie-in, for First Strike is up in full preview courtesy of IDW Publishing and comics entertainment website Adventures in Poor Taste. Transformers: First Strike #1, a one shot despite the numbering, will be released next week, and you can view the opening pages below - make sure to head back here once it's out to read our review and join the conversation!

Continued from Optimus Prime: First Strike! When a bounty hunter drags one of their own into the wilds of Cybertron, the Revolutionaries join forces with Arcee and pursue! But in the midst of war, can humans and Cybertronians put aside their differences, or has the invasion of Cybertron doomed any chance at peace?

Bullet points:

· Tying into the events of First Strike–A Hasbro Comic Book Event!

· The second part of the Optimus Prime and the Revolutionaries story–continued from last month’s Optimus Prime: First Strike #1!

· Variant cover by Humberto Ramos!

Transformers: First Strike #1
Writer: John Barber
Artist: Priscilla Tramontano
Cover: Sara Pitre-Durocher
FC • 32 pages • $3.99
Release Date: November 8, 2017


Transformers News: Full Preview for IDW Transformers: First Strike #1 #HasbroFirstStrike

Transformers News: Full Preview for IDW Transformers: First Strike #1 #HasbroFirstStrike

Transformers News: Full Preview for IDW Transformers: First Strike #1 #HasbroFirstStrike

Transformers News: Full Preview for IDW Transformers: First Strike #1 #HasbroFirstStrike

Transformers News: Full Preview for IDW Transformers: First Strike #1 #HasbroFirstStrike

Transformers News: Full Preview for IDW Transformers: First Strike #1 #HasbroFirstStrike

Transformers News: Full Preview for IDW Transformers: First Strike #1 #HasbroFirstStrike

More Transformers Homage in Robert Sikoryak's The Unquotable Trump

Transformers News: More Transformers Homage in Robert Sikoryak's The Unquotable Trump
Date: Friday, November 3rd 2017 4:55am CDT
Category: Comic Book News
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): io9

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We return to comics artist Robert Sikoryak, whose Transformers-related work we first saw here, for his next project - of a more political bend than the previous Terms and Conditions adaptation, to say the least: The Unquotable Trump. With throwbacks to 90s comics such as Godzilla, 300, Black Widow and Transformers: Generation 2, among many others, Sikoryak has used quotes from the current president of the US on drawings that portray him as a (mostly villainous) character in those books - giving us the likes of Trumpzilla, Trump SuspenStories, The Unquotable Trump, and Trumpsformers: Generalization 1! Take a look below at the Jhiaxus portrayal and an explanation of the process, and find out more here.

Transformers News: More Transformers Homage in Robert Sikoryak's The Unquotable Trump

Transformers News: More Transformers Homage in Robert Sikoryak's The Unquotable Trump


After the November 2016 election, Robert Sikoryak felt an urge he couldn’t resist. Referring to the victory of Donald Trump, the award-winning cartoonist says “I really just wanted to put something out in the world that just said, ‘I object.’” That work is The Unquotable Trump, a collection that uses some of the president’s most infamous utterances on classic comic book covers.

[..]

When I began the project, I only wanted to focus on what he said that was objectionable while he was running for president. So after I made that mini and was expanding into the book, I was trying to touch on other topics that he covered, other opinions that he expressed that ran the gamut of what someone running for president might say. I’m really kind of fascinated by 90's “mainstream” comics, the density of the drawing, the attitude, and all of the radicalness of them and I thought this quote was a good summation of his military policy. Saying he was the most militaristic person in the room, he always has to be the best one, or the “most” one.

And this Transformers character [Commander Jhiaxus], he’s actually a character who’s outside the Decepticons and the Autobots. He’s from a third group, a different faction that’s completely untrustworthy. I was like “Yeah, that sounds like [Trump]!” I was really happy I chose that character because i didn’t want to put him in the place of one of the Autobots. I really wanted him to be either the villain or the loose cannon. Most of the covers work that way. There’s probably a few I’ve misconstrued, but I hope that if you had the original context, you’d be like, “Oh, I get it” with regard to his relationship to the characters.

Behind the Scenes Video of the Drawing of Unicron in IDW First Strike #6

Transformers News: Behind the Scenes Video of the Drawing of Unicron in IDW First Strike #6
Date: Friday, November 3rd 2017 3:05am CDT
Category: Comic Book News
Posted by: Bronzewolf | Credit(s): James Raiz

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It's been long rumored that Unicron would finally be making an appearance somewhere in the IDW Comic Universe, and that day finally came with the release of First Strike #6! Today we have a little behinds the scenes clip of the production of that dramatic reveal in the most recent issue from the artist that drew it, James Raiz! The video, sent to us by James himself, is quite spectacular, and shows his amazing seeing and drawing process. Watch as the bringer of chaos seems to come to life before your eyes via a time lapse, while James gives a bit of an insight on how he came to be drawing Unicron professionally for IDW!

Check out the full video below, read Seibertron.com's review of this issue here, and tell us in the comments what you thought of Unicron's entrance into IDW!


Scans of Pack In Comics and Bios for Takara Transformers Legends LG47 Kickback, LG48 Brawn & LG49 Triggerhappy

Transformers News: Scans of Pack In Comics and Bios for Takara Transformers Legends LG47 Kickback, LG48 Brawn & LG49 Triggerhappy
Date: Wednesday, November 1st 2017 8:49pm CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Toy News
Posted by: william-james88 | Credit(s): Powered Convoy

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With every release of a Takara Transformers Legends toy, we also get a new Legends Comic. These always garner quite a bit of attention for how much story is crammed in just a few pages, along with its ties with the Japanese G1 continuity and for the controversial nature of how the female characters are handled. This time is no different with Blowpipe, from the LG49 Triggerhappy comic, developing the same powers as Apeface, where his blast can blow off women's clothes. This of course means that the Triggerhappy comic below is not safe for work.
That is far from all there is to these comics though since they also include great nods, easter eggs and appearances. The LG47 Kickback comic has Clouder take over the body of Black Convoy and we see him use a Hand/Foot/Gun. The Triggerhappy comic shows him using the configurable option of gun hands. And the LG48 Brawn comic has an appearance from God Neptune's Scylla, who gets quite the spotlight.

What else do you see in these pages? Let us know! And a big thank you to Powered Convoy for scanning these comics.

Transformers News: Scans of Pack In Comics and Bios for Takara Legends LG47 Kickback, LG48 Brawn & LG49 Triggerhappy

Transformers News: Scans of Pack In Comics and Bios for Takara Legends LG47 Kickback, LG48 Brawn & LG49 Triggerhappy

Transformers News: Scans of Pack In Comics and Bios for Takara Legends LG47 Kickback, LG48 Brawn & LG49 Triggerhappy

Transformers News: Scans of Pack In Comics and Bios for Takara Legends LG47 Kickback, LG48 Brawn & LG49 Triggerhappy

Transformers News: Scans of Pack In Comics and Bios for Takara Legends LG47 Kickback, LG48 Brawn & LG49 Triggerhappy

Transformers News: Scans of Pack In Comics and Bios for Takara Legends LG47 Kickback, LG48 Brawn & LG49 Triggerhappy

Review of IDW Optimus Prime #12 #Transformers

Transformers News: Review of IDW Optimus Prime #12 #Transformers
Date: Wednesday, November 1st 2017 9:33am CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Reviews, Site Articles
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): IDW

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Colonize the Colonizer
(Spoiler free-ish)



Synopsis
With Optimus Prime trapped on Cybertron, the Autobots track down their missing friend, Jazz—and find themselves under fire from humans armed with Cybertronian weapons!

Transformers News: Review of IDW Optimus Prime #12 #Transformers
Also, biting IDW commentary


Story

This 12th issue brings us to the second part of a shorter arc dealing with everyone but Optimus Prime himself, too busy being patronised by Windblade and Scarlett over in First Strike (rather than Aileron and Pyra Magna on Earth, so same difference really. He deserves it). And so we return to the Prime fanclub that might be, and the search for Jazz.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Optimus Prime #12 #Transformers
and more social commentary


I'll say it: Jazz is one of the better written characters in John Barber's arsenal. He's determined if conflicted, has been present in this universe since the very beginning, and has a long history with pretty much all sides of the war. Even in Aileron's narration, a newcomer to it all, Jazz truly takes the spotlight in the issue.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Optimus Prime #12 #Transformers
I swear that's actually Batman


The colonists part of the central story are extremely fun to follow, but there is some criticism that I'd move against their still fairly by the numbers characterisation, with only spikes of added layers to their individuality. Still, Aileron's control over them and their clashing/collaboration work, and lead to a bigger question about the whole set-up..

Transformers News: Review of IDW Optimus Prime #12 #Transformers
#squad


..did Optimus really need to include Earth in the Council after all? This is still the bigger question floating above the rest, even when trying to avoid it. But if Jazz, Aileron, and a random assortment can manage the 'defense', there was no real need for the theatrical political move of war general Optimus - something Barber asks subtly, and appropriately.

Art

Seeing Andrew Griffith back at work with John Barber is a nice feeling indeed, and brings a sense of familiarity even in this post-Cybertronian war, post-AHO Earthern setting. The designs and work that he brings back to the scenes, including some nifty action sequences, reminds us of how much he set the tone for exRID and Transformers, and it's good to have some of it drop back in here.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Optimus Prime #12 #Transformers
*transforming noises aplenty*


The highlight of the visual side of this issue, and confirming it as the series overall, is Josh Burcham's colourwork - his ability to maintain a visual consistency and coherence even across several artists (four and counting so far) is impressive and inspiring, and does wonders with keeping the book in line with its own newly found aesthetic.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Optimus Prime #12 #Transformers
I just wanted to include this panel


Tom B. Long is easily another element of continuity for the series, and I'm so very glad that lettering is recognised as being an integral part of the book production - the reason for, e.g. the Buzzsaw and Laserbeak moments is making the jokes land by actual, accurate dialogue placement, among everything else. The cover used for the thumbnail is also by Andrew Griffith, with Josh Perez on colours, after all the others have been spotlighted across news stories - you can find them all Database entry for the issue of course, right here.


Thoughts
Spoilerish ahead

On staff, one of the comments was that Barber's script for the issue has been able to veer enough away from the current events to bring us back to an Earth we might all recognise from pre-AHM times, and it is perhaps a needed anchor for the cast and readership alike, even with all the recent additions. Plus, it adds the whole wave of human reactions to the fray, which may help readers see what the legacy of Transformers actually is on the planet.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Optimus Prime #12 #Transformers
Still social commenting


If some of the beats might appear heavy handed for real-life parallels, the script still allows for subtlety in its dealing with Prime's absence - metaphorically and literally - and how the various characters orbiting his system (Aileron above all, but Jazz and the rest of the crew too) relate to each other and the issues at hand. The story may appear 'uneventful' even in its busyness, but it keeps saying a lot about the new, universal status quo.

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Variant Covers for IDW Transformers: Lost Light #11 by Roche / Burcham, Milne / Perez, Lafuente

Transformers News: Variant Covers for IDW Transformers: Lost Light #11 by Roche / Burcham, Milne / Perez, Lafuente
Date: Wednesday, November 1st 2017 3:28am CDT
Category: Comic Book News
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): Previews World

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Also courtesy of Previews World, we have some more variant covers for IDW Publishing Transformers comics, this time for the second part of the Mutineers Trilogy in Lost Light #11! The images mirrored below feature art by Nick Roche and Josh Burcham, Alex Milne and Josh Perez, and Joana Lafuente (as a counterpart to the recently seen Optimus Prime variant cover here). Check them out and browse our database for more, then join the conversation in the Energon Pub!

Transformers News: Variant Covers for IDW Transformers: Lost Light #11 by Roche/Burcham, Milne/Perez, Lafuente


Transformers Lost Light #11
(W) James Roberts (A) Priscilla Tramontano (CA) Nick Roche
Success? The crew of the Lost Light, led by the mutinous Getaway, is now only weeks away from completing their quest. But such remarkable progress comes at a price. Just how far is their new captain prepared to go to find Cyberutopia? Unfortunately for the likes of Riptide and First Aid, it turns out the answer is "very far indeed."
In Shops: Nov 29, 2017
SRP: $3.99


Transformers News: Variant Covers for IDW Transformers: Lost Light #11 by Roche/Burcham, Milne/Perez, Lafuente


(W) James Roberts (A) Priscilla Tramontano (CA) Alex Milne
Success? The crew of the Lost Light, led by the mutinous Getaway, is now only weeks away from completing their quest. But such remarkable progress comes at a price. Just how far is their new captain prepared to go to find Cyberutopia? Unfortunately for the likes of Riptide and First Aid, it turns out the answer is "very far indeed."
In Shops: Nov 29, 2017
SRP: $3.99


Transformers News: Variant Covers for IDW Transformers: Lost Light #11 by Roche/Burcham, Milne/Perez, Lafuente


(W) James Roberts (A) Jack Lawrence (CA) Joana Lafuente
Success? The crew of the Lost Light, led by the mutinous Getaway, is now only weeks away from completing their quest. But such remarkable progress comes at a price. Just how far is their new captain prepared to go to find Cyberutopia? Unfortunately for the likes of Riptide and First Aid, it turns out the answer is "very far indeed."
In Shops: Nov 29, 2017
SRP: PI

Variant Covers for IDW Rom Vs. Transformers: Shining Armor #5, by Roche / Burcham & Messina

Transformers News: Variant Covers for IDW Rom Vs. Transformers: Shining Armor #5, by Roche / Burcham & Messina
Date: Wednesday, November 1st 2017 3:20am CDT
Category: Comic Book News
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): Previews World

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Courtesy of Previews World, we have variant covers for the upcoming final issue in the Transformers vs Rom: Shining Armor miniseries set 200 years before current events, and featuring the first interaction between Cybertronians, the Solstar Order, and Dire Wraiths. Check out the art below and in our database entry, by Nick Roche and Josh Burcham first, by David Messina second, and join the conversation in the Energon Pub!

Transformers News: Variant Covers for IDW Rom Vs. Transformers: Shining Armor #5, by Roche/Burcham & Messina


Rom Vs. Transformers: Shining Armor #5 Cover B
(W) John Barber, Christos Gage (A) Alex Milne (CA) Nick Roche
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 29, 2017
SRP: $3.99


Transformers News: Variant Covers for IDW Rom Vs. Transformers: Shining Armor #5, by Roche/Burcham & Messina


(W) John Barber, Christos Gage (A) Alex Milne (CA) David Messina
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 29, 2017
SRP: $3.99

Interview with IDW Editor David Hedgecock on First Strike, Transformers, Unicron, and More

Transformers News: Interview with IDW Editor David Hedgecock on First Strike, Transformers, Unicron, and More
Date: Tuesday, October 31st 2017 12:45pm CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Interviews
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): IGN

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Warning - The entirety of this story contains spoilers for First Strike.

This month saw the end of the Hasbro and IDW Publishing controlled crossover event First Strike, which pitted against each other every franchise part of the current Hasbro Universe - GI Joe, Transformers, Rom, Micronauts, MASK - and revealed in-story two new directions for the IDWverse hereafter: Unicron and Visionaries. We knew they were both coming, of course, given previous material about them both (see here and here), but now IGN also brings us an interview with editor David Hedgecock on the new status quo and the series springing from First Strike's aftermath: Transformers vs Visionaries, Scarlett's Strike Force, Rom & The Micronauts.

Noteworthy: some of the material covered in the interview, which you can read in full here, was already hinted at and talked around with the Twincast podcast episode 170, which you can find here. Go back and listen, then find some relevant snippets below!

IGN: Unicron is a character who’s been off the table for a pretty long time now, much to the chagrin of his fans. What made now the right time to finally put Unicron back into play? Did Unicron’s “appearance” in Transformers: The Last Knight play a role in that decision?

Hedgecock: We’ve talked about Unicron for a few years now. Its taken that long to get all the players and storylines onto the table in a way that made sense to use him. We’re (almost) there now, and I’m freaking out!

Unicron’s appearance in the movie is entirely unrelated. We knew he was coming in the comics long before we knew anything about the movie. However, there is always synergy with Hasbro’s strategic vision for the Transformers brand.

[...]

IGN: Unicron’s arrival obviously wasn't the only big development in First Strike #6. How will the fallout of this crossover impact the line going forward? What can readers expect from the new wave of Hasbro shared universe comic books?

Hedgecock: FIRST STRIKE was our chance to really explore what it meant for all these different properties to inhabit the same universe. Coming out of the event, the titles are all going to focus on their own stories for a while. The TRANSFORMERS titles in particular are going to focus on just TRANSFORMERS characters for a good, long time.

While we’ve created some interesting mash-ups for the new season of stories, those mash-ups in and of themselves are enough. In 2018, each book will be separate and distinct, and we won’t see much crossover.


Transformers News: Interview with IDW Editor David Hedgecock on First Strike, Transformers, Unicron, and More

IDW Hasbro Universe - Full Preview for ROM the Spaceknight #14 (Final Issue)

Transformers News: IDW Hasbro Universe - Full Preview for ROM the Spaceknight #14 (Final Issue)
Date: Tuesday, October 31st 2017 8:26am CDT
Category: Comic Book News
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): IDW

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Courtesy of IDW Publishing directly, we also have a second preview today for one of their comic books out this week, and the final issue of one of their Hasbro Universe ongoings: Rom the Spaceknight! Ending the series at issue 14, Christos Gage and Chris Ryall try tying up loose ends before the cast moves in with the Micronauts in the new series after First Strike, as reported here. Check out the preview below.

Rom #14
Chris Ryall & Christos Gage (w) • David Messina, Guy Dorian & Sal Buscema (a) • Nathan Greno (c)
“Long Roads to Ruin” finale! Is this the last issue of Rom? Yes… and no! First Strike is upon us and out of that momentous event, a new Rom will arise! But before that, the fate of the Knights of the Solstar Order!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Bullet points:
On the road to First Strike!
Final issue. Wait… what?! The portentous answers lay within!
Variant cover by Ray Dillon!


Transformers News: IDW Hasbro Universe - Full Preview for ROM the Spaceknight #14 (Final Issue)

Transformers News: IDW Hasbro Universe - Full Preview for ROM the Spaceknight #14 (Final Issue)

Transformers News: IDW Hasbro Universe - Full Preview for ROM the Spaceknight #14 (Final Issue)

Transformers News: IDW Hasbro Universe - Full Preview for ROM the Spaceknight #14 (Final Issue)

Transformers News: IDW Hasbro Universe - Full Preview for ROM the Spaceknight #14 (Final Issue)

Transformers News: IDW Hasbro Universe - Full Preview for ROM the Spaceknight #14 (Final Issue)

Transformers News: IDW Hasbro Universe - Full Preview for ROM the Spaceknight #14 (Final Issue)

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