Full Preview of IDW Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #1, feat. Transformers and Hasbro Universe

Full Preview of IDW Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #1, feat. Transformers and Hasbro Universe

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Out this week with IDW Publishing is the first issue of one of the many crossovers under any other name, featuring a good chunk of Hasbro Universe titles - Micronauts: Wrath of Karza! Included in the book are obviously the tiny timetravelling team of Micronauts, but also MASK, GI Joe and The Transformers, with much bigger (so to speak) things to come. Check out a full preview below!

Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #1 (of 5)
Cullen Bunn & Jimmy Johnston (w) • Andrew Griffith (a) • Alex Ronald (c)
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!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99
Bullet points: 
Baron Karza invades Earth and the Micronauts will never, ever be the same!
Variant cover by Valentina Pinto, Paul Pope, and Michael Golden!


Transformers News: Full Preview of IDW Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #1, feat. Transformers and Hasbro Universe

Transformers News: Full Preview of IDW Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #1, feat. Transformers and Hasbro Universe

Transformers News: Full Preview of IDW Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #1, feat. Transformers and Hasbro Universe

Transformers News: Full Preview of IDW Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #1, feat. Transformers and Hasbro Universe

Transformers News: Full Preview of IDW Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #1, feat. Transformers and Hasbro Universe

Transformers News: Full Preview of IDW Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #1, feat. Transformers and Hasbro Universe

Transformers News: Full Preview of IDW Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #1, feat. Transformers and Hasbro Universe

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Re: Full Preview of IDW Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #1, feat. Transformers and Hasbro Universe (1877061)
Posted by Big Grim on April 25th, 2017 @ 6:16am CDT
And the first thing I notice is that that ain't Rhino. That's Jackhammer. A Venom machine. That fills me with confidence.
Re: Full Preview of IDW Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #1, feat. Transformers and Hasbro Universe (1877071)
Posted by Black Bumblebee on April 25th, 2017 @ 7:42am CDT
They might be mixing things up a bit--The VENOM machines first being owned by MASK, then getting stolen, or something. Julio Lopez is packed with a different vehicle, so, who knows.

If we can have Sunstreaker be a headmaster in IDW before they were even remaking headmaster toys, MASK can have a few vehicles that are neither good nor bad be driven by other folks :-)
Re: Full Preview of IDW Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #1, feat. Transformers and Hasbro Universe (1877077)
Posted by Va'al on April 25th, 2017 @ 8:13am CDT
Big Grim wrote:And the first thing I notice is that that ain't Rhino. That's Jackhammer. A Venom machine. That fills me with confidence.


As Black Bumblebee says above, we're not entirely sure where in the MASK continuity this issue is placed. Or that scene specifically. So there's a chance that things are indeed still all one, in some way.

(We're discussing this with staff as I prepare the review, too. May be a case of, as ScottyP called it, LOLIDW scheduling magic.)
Re: Full Preview of IDW Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #1, feat. Transformers and Hasbro Universe (1877098)
Posted by Big Grim on April 25th, 2017 @ 9:26am CDT
Black Bumblebee wrote:They might be mixing things up a bit--The VENOM machines first being owned by MASK, then getting stolen, or something. Julio Lopez is packed with a different vehicle, so, who knows.

If we can have Sunstreaker be a headmaster in IDW before they were even remaking headmaster toys, MASK can have a few vehicles that are neither good nor bad be driven by other folks :-)

How dare you be reasonable when I'm being a little salty! :p

Besides, it's still the Jackhammer. The Rhino Rig got blowed up in Revolutions by Karza because reasons. ;)^
Re: Full Preview of IDW Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #1, feat. Transformers and Hasbro Universe (1877337)
Posted by ScottyP on April 25th, 2017 @ 10:27pm CDT
I'm assuming Rhino is a typo in this instance. Have read MASK but Julio's done jack squat with his vehicle that mattered so I couldn't tell you if that's a new development or not. I guess I could go look but that would involve like, two minutes of effort for MASK and nah, I'm good :lol:
Re: Full Preview of IDW Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #1, feat. Transformers and Hasbro Universe (1877377)
Posted by Big Grim on April 26th, 2017 @ 7:57am CDT
Julio and his Firefly were my fave MASK toys as a kid. They were all good but for some reason, Firefly was just the greatest of them to kiddy me.
Re: Full Preview of IDW Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #1, feat. Transformers and Hasbro Universe (1877514)
Posted by Va'al on April 26th, 2017 @ 6:24pm CDT
Khaaaa-- rzaaaa!
(Spoiler free-ish)



Synopsis

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!

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token Franchise appearance


Story

So, Micronauts. You might be forgiven for not having followed any of their stories, and end up very confused in the climax (one of many) of Revolution, and consequently not really wanting to know what happened to the Micronauts' big bad in this new mini-series that is both a crossover and another version of Revolution done well. But, hear me out...

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Buts for everyone


Cullen Bunn and Jimmy Johnston, the former being the regular writer for Micronauts (which, out of all the Hasbro Universe titles at IDW, you really should give a try reading!), do justice not only to Baron Karza's motives in the overarching world of the Microverse and Revolution and this new storyline - essentially, we have a reason for him to exist. And it is very very well done.

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Need a reason?


The link with Transformers? Karza and the rest of the Microverse were originated by Micronus, one of the Thirteen Primes of Cybertronian lore. Add to that just enough from each of the franchises involved in the event, especially on Karza's role so far, and establishing his new powers in relation to what he can do with Earth - and its inhabitants.

Art

Transformers veteran artist Andrew Griffith is on art duties, and he brings the shine that he always had in the very best work - a load also shared with Ron Joseph, who takes on a smaller number of pages, and strangely enough fitting the same criticisms and the issues that I have yet to clear up with their take on some human faces, especially in smaller, seemingly more rushed panels.

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But you also get these beauties


David Garcia Cruz does a really good job in keeping to the colouring we find in the Micronauts series (where he is the regular colourist), while also playing around where they can with the panels and lighting. Microverse and Earth are very different palettes, in terms of scapes, and yet we get a nice balance of the two with some truly sparkling gems.

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shiiiiiny


Lettering, as could be guessed almost immediately, is by veteran Tom B. Long, and I no longer really have any reason to say more positive things about his work: just look at it, and bask. All the covers, and all the characters involved, in the issue can be found in the database entry for the book, right here; the one chosen for the thumbnail is Paul Pope and Lovern Kindzierski's take on the Baron.

Thoughts
Spoilerish ahead

Let's get this out of the way: it's another comics event and a crossover. It is. I get it, I get you, I don't like them either, especially not at this rate. But, that said, Revolution did so badly at working out how everything fit together, that it's good to see the writers and editorial (tip to David Hedgecock there) working to patch that up with Karza's character, even if they place it confusingly in timelines with MASK.

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..huh


We get more towards a bigger plot, that will properly, actively impact the Hasbro Universe (before the next universe shattering event), we have TF lore and nostalgia vibes combined, we have a Darth Vader-esque villain who can also be a centaur take centre stage, and we have a pool of books to dive into for the ride, and some nice art to look at - so far, this 'event' works.

. :HASBRO: :HASBRO: :HASBRO: :HASBRO: out of :HASBRO: :HASBRO: :HASBRO: :HASBRO: :HASBRO:
Re: Full Preview of IDW Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #1, feat. Transformers and Hasbro Universe (1877515)
Posted by Targetmaster Kup on April 26th, 2017 @ 6:28pm CDT
Va'al wrote:
Khaaaa-- rzaaaa!
(Spoiler free-ish)



Synopsis

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!

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token Franchise appearance


Story

So, Micronauts. You might be forgiven for not having followed any of their stories, and end up very confused in the climax (one of many) of Revolution, and consequently not really wanting to know what happened to the Micronauts' big bad in this new mini-series that is both a crossover and another version of Revolution done well. But, hear me out...

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Buts for everyone


Cullen Bunn and Jimmy Johnston, the former being the regular writer for Micronauts (which, out of all the Hasbro Universe titles at IDW, you really should give a try reading!), do justice not only to Baron Karza's motives in the overarching world of the Microverse and Revolution and this new storyline - essentially, we have a reason for him to exist. And it is very very well done.

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Need a reason?


The link with Transformers? Karza and the rest of the Microverse were originated by Micronus, one of the Thirteen Primes of Cybertronian lore. Add to that just enough from each of the franchises involved in the event, especially on Karza's role so far, and establishing his new powers in relation to what he can do with Earth - and its inhabitants.

Art

Transformers veteran artist Andrew Griffith is on art duties, and he brings the shine that he always had in the very best work - a load also shared with Ron Joseph, who takes on a smaller number of pages, and strangely enough fitting the same criticisms and the issues that I have yet to clear up with their take on some human faces, especially in smaller, seemingly more rushed panels.

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But you also get these beauties


David Garcia Cruz does a really good job in keeping to the colouring we find in the Micronauts series (where he is the regular colourist), while also playing around where they can with the panels and lighting. Microverse and Earth are very different palettes, in terms of scapes, and yet we get a nice balance of the two with some truly sparkling gems.

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shiiiiiny


Lettering, as could be guessed almost immediately, is by veteran Tom B. Long, and I no longer really have any reason to say more positive things about his work: just look at it, and bask. All the covers, and all the characters involved, in the issue can be found in the database entry for the book, right here; the one chosen for the thumbnail is Paul Pope and Lovern Kindzierski's take on the Baron.

Thoughts
Spoilerish ahead

Let's get this out of the way: it's another comics event and a crossover. It is. I get it, I get you, I don't like them either, especially not at this rate. But, that said, Revolution did so badly at working out how everything fit together, that it's good to see the writers and editorial (tip to David Hedgecock there) working to patch that up with Karza's character, even if they place it confusingly in timelines with MASK.

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..huh


We get more towards a bigger plot, that will properly, actively impact the Hasbro Universe (before the next universe shattering event), we have TF lore and nostalgia vibes combined, we have a Darth Vader-esque villain who can also be a centaur take centre stage, and we have a pool of books to dive into for the ride, and some nice art to look at - so far, this 'event' works.

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


Where is it placed in continuity
Re: Full Preview of IDW Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #1, feat. Transformers and Hasbro Universe (1877519)
Posted by Va'al on April 26th, 2017 @ 6:42pm CDT
Nik Hero wrote:Where is it placed in continuity


Just kinda over there, bit to the left. *points*
Re: Full Preview of IDW Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #1, feat. Transformers and Hasbro Universe (1877549)
Posted by Targetmaster Kup on April 26th, 2017 @ 9:03pm CDT
In some ways it seems like it should be pre-Revolution.
Re: Full Preview of IDW Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #1, feat. Transformers and Hasbro Universe (1877555)
Posted by ScottyP on April 26th, 2017 @ 9:31pm CDT
Va'al wrote:
Nik Hero wrote:Where is it placed in continuity


Just kinda over there, bit to the left. *points*
Best guess right now other than the almost-not-worth-mentioning "Post Micronauts 11" (I'm not super confident in the list that follows. Not one bit.) :

- Pre-OP 1
- Post Joe 5 or 6 (wherever that book's first arc ends)
- Post MASK's second arc, other wise I have nothing to explain Brad Turner hanging out like all's well.
- Totally wild guess - Post Rom 10?
- Absolutely no idea with respect to Revolutionaries. Guess we'll know more if Ironblood/Dr. X/Storm Shadow show up
Re: Full Preview of IDW Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #1, feat. Transformers and Hasbro Universe (1879295)
Posted by D-Maximal_Primal on May 4th, 2017 @ 6:41pm CDT
And the final preview to carry you over for the weekend, we bring to you the iTunes preview for Wrath of Karza part 2 of 5! This book involves the transformers, and specifically Micronus Prime, so it is potentially important to the Transformers universe as we know it. Check out the preview below, and let us know what you think in the comments section below!

Baron Karza has triumphantly executed the first step in his plan to conquer the Earth. Only the Micronauts stand between him and his ultimate goal. Now comes the second step: Destroy the Micronauts.


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Re: Full Preview of IDW Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #1, feat. Transformers and Hasbro Universe (1879302)
Posted by Kurona on May 4th, 2017 @ 7:10pm CDT
I like how his big wall of threats doesn't include Metrotitan :-?
Re: Full Preview of IDW Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #1, feat. Transformers and Hasbro Universe (1879305)
Posted by Soundwave902 on May 4th, 2017 @ 7:23pm CDT
Kurona wrote:I like how his big wall of threats doesn't include Metrotitan :-?


Maybe he doesn't consider him to be a threat since apparently a Prime can control a Titan
Re: Full Preview of IDW Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #1, feat. Transformers and Hasbro Universe (1879430)
Posted by Targetmaster Kup on May 5th, 2017 @ 8:46am CDT
Say what you will, but Karza has a very supportive, encouraging wife by his side. No wonder he is so successful!
Re: Full Preview of IDW Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #1, feat. Transformers and Hasbro Universe (1885058)
Posted by Va'al on May 30th, 2017 @ 2:13am CDT
Coming this week from IDW Publishing's Hasbro Universe comics is the crossover event which isn't a crossover but totally is, part of Micronauts and dipping its toes into Transformers, MASK, GI Joe and more - Wrath of Karza #2! Check out the preview below, and head back for a review later this week.

Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #2
Cullen Bunn & Jimmy Johnston (w) • Andrew Griffith (a) • Alex Ronald (c)
Baron Karza has triumphantly executed the first step in his plan to conquer the Earth. Only the Micronauts stand between him and his ultimate goal. Now comes the second step: Destroy the Micronauts.
FC • 32 pages • $3.99
Bullet points:
Variant cover by John Royle!


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Re: Full Preview of IDW Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #1, feat. Transformers and Hasbro Universe (1885524)
Posted by Va'al on May 31st, 2017 @ 3:53pm CDT
Acrosomethingsomething
(Spoiler free-ish)



Synopsis

Baron Karza has triumphantly executed the first step in his plan to conquer the Earth. Only the Micronauts stand between him and his ultimate goal. Now comes the second step: Destroy the Micronauts.

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but when is this happening?!


Story

The second issue of the five-issue-long crossover event is here, and with it the next franchise it'll be spilling into for the month! Taking on Micronauts themselves, after apparently defeating the rest of the Hasbro Universe last issue - the continuity here is weird, bear with me, and see more below - Baron Karza now moves from words to action.

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At some point in time, I guess


Cullen Bunn and Jimmy Johnston return on writing duties and not only create the very good, lengthy and successful long action shot that is the issue itself, but they also pepper it with humour, some tension, even more reasons to appreciate the work going into Karza and his motives, and trying to tie it in with the rest. But seriously, the stand out moments? The humour.

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The Mighty DogEgg


The one thing that drags the issue down, for me at least, is the big chunk of pages in the middle with the flashback/recap sequence - which is essentially a talking heads meets fragmented collage of previous panels and does not, in any shape of form, suggest where, or rather when, all of this is taking place. At this point, your guess is as good as mine, and I welcome elucidations on the matter!

Art

Let's talk art, with each artist - Andrew Griffith and Ron Joseph - taking on different sections, as pointed out above, the frame and the recap respectively. Each taken on their own is a very good indication of the skills and dedication that the two put in their craft, but something from the transition - not helped by the jarring moments I had with the writing, I'll admit - feels a little lost...

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SPACESHIP


I wondered if the colouring is also partially responsible for that, but no. David Garcia Cruz provides, again, a very good element of continuity between the two styles, and makes the lineart for each highlight its strengths with his layers - and giving the flashback a different overall hue, too, marking its distance from the frame.

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hue ominous lighting


Tom B. Long is also returning on lettering, and with the protracted action we have for the issue, it's his time to shine with BOOMs, THAMs, and KERKERKLUNKs, and boy does it work. On the covers side of things, on the other hand, we have different takes on the protagonists of the book by Alex Ronald, Ron Joseph with David Garcia Cruz, and John Royle with Juan Fernandez (thumbnailed), and you can find all of them in our database entry here.

Thoughts
Spoilerish ahead

I'll admit that I am still confused as to whether this crossover/event is actually taking place, or if timelines are being crossed in such a way that none of this makes sense. Any help will be useful, but from what I can see there is little syncing up with the other comics allegedly planned for this month to make sense of it. Then again, Time is All Things.

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..all things


If it weren't for the way in which that middle recap flashback has been handled, I'd be a lot more positively inclined to rate this issue. There's a good deal of humour, very good characterisation on a number of characters, Karza is a Good Villain, with actual reasons, and Micronauts is the best playground for the story to be told. I just it just needs a little ...time.

. :HASBRO: :HASBRO: :HASBRO: out of :HASBRO: :HASBRO: :HASBRO: :HASBRO: :HASBRO:
Re: Full Preview of IDW Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #1, feat. Transformers and Hasbro Universe (1887688)
Posted by Daniel Adkins on June 7th, 2017 @ 1:44pm CDT
EDIT: Wrong thread, delete this post
Re: Full Preview of IDW Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #1, feat. Transformers and Hasbro Universe (1893389)
Posted by D-Maximal_Primal on June 30th, 2017 @ 10:42am CDT
Thanks to a new iTunes preview, we have a sneak peek at the upcoming IDW Micronauts: Wrath of Karza part 3! The pages don't show us much, but it is clear that the apocalypse is once again happening on Earth thanks to outside sources. Check out the sneak peek below!

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Re: Full Preview of IDW Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #1, feat. Transformers and Hasbro Universe (1896050)
Posted by ScottyP on July 11th, 2017 @ 5:27pm CDT
The Fun Book
A Quick Review of Micronauts: Wrath of Karza #3

Free of any explicit spoilers, but be forewarned some may be implied.
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Like a catch phrase, really.

If you haven't been reading this mini-series or didn't read its predecessor, simply known as Micronauts, I'd invite you to at least go read the summary at the top of the Micronauts Comic Series page in the Vector Sigma Database here on Seibertron to learn a little bit about why this series, to me, was a natural draw as a Transformers fan. I picked it up out of curiosity when it came out and was quickly hooked by the charming characters, fantastical science fiction settings, and briskly moving plot. Having a fresh continuity reboot, helped along in at least some small way by Marvel retaining the rights to the original series' protagonist Arcturus Rann to this day, also helped the book feel very accessible. With that (sales pitch) out of the way, I'll start this quick review by saying that Wrath of Karza #3 continues with the fun, accessible Micronauts stories that drew me in and is closer to those than the immediate post-Revolution story that took a few months to find its footing.

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The Hasbroverse's Premier Power Couple

Karza's invasion continues, with the book picking up right where the second issue left off in the aftermath of a battle that has separated our tiny heroes. Exactly when this is going down in the scheme of the overall Hasbro Universe remains a mystery. Or is it? Are these events even really happening? There's an intriguing tinge of doubt to it which had seeds planted back in the fantastic Micronauts Annual released earlier in the year. It's very likely not a black and white thing, just as Karza continues to be a villain rendered with internal conflict - but only a little. There's not too much worry on his part when it comes to the subjugation of Earth. Instead, it's only when he ponders the fate of his home universe, Microspace, that this conflict and confusion emerges. The parts focusing on Karza never bog down the tone despite the background knowledge that these sections are about a despotic invader.

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When the toy box comes to life! Then murders you.

Some fun moments are in store that play off elements of the Micronauts toy line as well, with new characters being introduced in a way that plays true to "bringing the toy box to life". This was done in past issues to excellent comedic effect with Acroyear's weeble, a fine weapon, and now Microtron gets in on the action by building some more companions. Each is given just enough characterization in a short stretch to enhance the book in a positive manner which also lends some plausibility to the chances of survival for the book's protagonists.

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Half brain, half man, half pig? Maybe Al Gore knows?

Through it all, the art will be familiar to many Transformers fans, with Andrew Griffith handling most of the pages. The big splash pages are easy to follow, and the work to blend the organic humanoid characters of Microspace, Earthlings, and robotic characters together is well executed throughout. Pictured somewhat further below in the review is a snippet from the two trippy pages handled by Ron Joseph, though without having read the credits I don't know I would have noticed the change in artists, likely due to David Garcia Cruz's appropriate and varied colors lending a cohesiveness to the book despite a great variety of locales being seen along the way. Tom B. Long's usual tremendous lettering helps give it some easy visual continuity with other books in this universe, so it's nice to see that consistency. Griffith lends a cover as well, with colors by Thomas Deer, and you can see all the covers and credits in our database page for Wrath of Karza #3.

Verdict
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Did I both read it and not read it? No, I read it.

A friend on Twitter (and regular Twincast Podcast listener, if you don't mind the shameless plug) has called Micronauts "The Fun Book" in the past, and this mini-series is really living up to that title for me. It's a quick read that's also filled with some fun rewards if you've followed the entire series, but there isn't too much here that I think would be over-daunting to new readers - assuming "new reader" means you picked up 1 and 2 of this same mini-series.

If you're here on Seibertron.com for the Transformers there are not many of them in this issue for very long at all, but without saying too much, it looks like that might turn around pretty quickly as we approach the last two issues of the series. If you don't like chocolate in your peanut butter, you'll find this book to be mostly Micronauts peanut butter with only an outer coating of Hasbro Universe chocolate - whether that's a positive to you or not is for you to judge. Personally, I think you should give the first few issues of Wrath of Karza a shot if you haven't. You might be surprised at how much fun you have!

. :MINI: :MINI: :MINI: :MINI: out of :MINI: :MINI: :MINI: :MINI: :MINI:

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