IDW Transformers #25 Review

IDW Transformers #25 Review

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That's Just Prime
A Review of Transformers #25

A Few Minor Spoilers Within
Transformers News: IDW Transformers #25 Review

First off, yes this review is pretty late. Transformers #25 was released last Wednesday, but with nothing coming out for the coming week on 12/16 this review was saved from not being written at all. That's all on that part.

IDW's 2019 reboot of the main Transformers comic universe has reached 25 issues, which like this year itself feels like it arrived in no time flat while also feeling like it took forever to get here. Rather than a grim hurry-to-the-conclusion-due-to-cancellation affair after a dozen issues like the latest failed G.I. Joe reboot, Transformers gets an "Event" book that isn't quite the definition of an "Event" book. Still, it's a double-sized issue to mark the occasion along with the sub-title of "War World" that will presumably grace the next several issues as well, so let's see if this hail mary play ends in a touchdown or just the slow runoff of the clock.

Transformers News: IDW Transformers #25 Review
You weren't dead? Ok sure, why not.

If I ignore my feelings towards issues 1-24 in their entirety and pretend this is issue #1 of a new series, most would probably think that to be a bad idea and a pointless thought exercise. I'm not saying you should do that, but if you want to, it kind of works to be totally honest. Outside of a couple minor references to other events and a necessary familiarity with the general idea of the franchise characters that appear within, this accomplishes the rare feat of being a great jumping on point if you're curious about this new series. If the first 24 issues were the lecture that most students slept through, 25 is the test that somehow got aced by the same students. There's lots of action, a varied cast and very few stretches of walking and talking through hallways/stairwells.

Transformers News: IDW Transformers #25 Review
Wow, not dead and feeling better!

The biggest positive about the book, for me as a longtime Transformers fan, is the number of generally obscure, nobody, D-List non-characters that get use here. It's always fun to see an old favorite that was never more than a toy show up and do something, even if it's still ultimately not much. A fair warning is in order that some of these appearances do end in your favorite old toy getting blown up, but within this issue it feels like it could be in service of something that probably should have happened a long time ago in some Cybertronian war story or another that's in a G1 universe or a derivative of it - the crew members of the Ark and Nemesis/the Autobots and Decepticons that end up crash landed on Earth are shown as survivors of a dangerous war. We'll see if this ends up being a consistent theme as this may be me projecting what I want to see happen onto the plot, but if it is I think this is a good thing, sad as it is to see some cool toys get blown to pieces.

Transformers News: IDW Transformers #25 Review
Still wouldn't expect Generations to touch these guys again anytime soon, sorry

Most of what Brian Ruckley does in this issue was very enjoyable, though one issue that remains is how some of the dialogue could be thrown onto any other character and work just as well. It could be argued that this holds for almost all action-oriented issues of Transformers, which is maybe why it doesn't feel quite as generic here. Or it could be that characters like Ironhide and Brawn feel like characters in this issue, which is promising improvement. Even Hubcap and Strongarm appear to make an attempt at explaining their poorly timed faux-pas from last summer. Hopefully it isn't too little too late, and continued improvement here would still be appreciated.

Transformers News: IDW Transformers #25 Review
Good face, less good face

Anna Malkova handles the lineart for this entire oversized issue, a daunting task that was met with great success for the most part. The panel above with Sentinel Prime and Megatron is one where some constructive criticism can be levied, because while for the most part her work on characters, alt modes, backgrounds and particularly faces on characters with faceshields is solid, I look at Megatron here as an example of something that isn't working for me. While not a theme overall, his nose is too big here, and while that beats the creepy giant lips of Polygon's Megatron on the Netflix show, the proportions are off just enough for me to have a tough time reading his tone. As previously stated, the line work is generally very good throughout, so don't let my words here be too much of a detractor. Joana Lafuente's colors elevate the visual appeal in the issue as well, even serving to help in the transition of scenes from page to page in a way that I didn't notice until a third read through. Jake M. Wood handles the letter work just fine, which is another way of saying that while sometimes the word bubbles can get in the way during action heavy comics, in this case, they do not.

There's a bit of an editorial crediting change for this issue, with David Mariotte and Riley Farmer still listed as editor and assistant editor, respectively. Tom Waltz is now listed as a "Supervising Editor" and while I can't admit to knowing what that means, I'll (irresponsibly, sorry) speculate that maybe the path of the story has been shaken up a bit? The last page of this one had me internally screaming "Finally!", whether or not this has anything to do with that though, I have no idea.

Angel Hernandez and Joana Lafuente handle the art and colors for the "A" cover which is featured in this review's news story thumbnail, and it's nice to see a small dose of Hernandez again for this mini-milestone issue even if I wasn't his biggest fan on interiors. Malkova's "B" cover is inspired by actual events of the issue, with Fico Ossio and Lafuente working on the 10-copy retailer incentive cover that thankfully features 0 characters from Hasbro's Visionaries franchise. As always, you can find all the cover images, full credits for the issue through our Transformers #25

Verdict
Transformers News: IDW Transformers #25 Review
It's like when your mom uses your middle name

If issue 26 is a big let down I'm going in on it with no mercy. That said, in a vacuum issue 25 is probably my favorite of the main Transformers series since this reboot started. There's action, character work, plot progression and just a fun read in store.

The things that happen here feel significant and were very exciting, but it must be stressed that these probably should have happened a dozen issues ago on books priced at $3.99 and not $7.99. That will be something entirely forgivable if the series can carry this momentum into its next run, which will hopefully be one where it finds its own identity while being an interesting read month after month. So far it has not been able to do this at any turn, but today I'm choosing optimism.

With the big disclaimer that this score is with a lot of hope that this is a turning point and not the bang before a let down, here's the tally:
Final Score
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out of
:CON: :CON: :CON: :CON: :CON:


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Re: IDW Transformers #25 Review (2089978)
Posted by Big Grim on December 15th, 2020 @ 3:46am CST
I entirely forgot this series still existed to be frank. I'll wait for next issues review to see if this positive note means it's worth attempting again.

~ Grim
Re: IDW Transformers #25 Review (2089983)
Posted by ScottyP on December 15th, 2020 @ 6:40am CST
Big Grim wrote:I entirely forgot this series still existed to be frank. I'll wait for next issues review to see if this positive note means it's worth attempting again.

~ Grim
I think this is a good idea. Have been several moments when I thought this series might be turning around then I crack open the next issue and it's 18 pages of walking and talking. Hell even 23 was at least so-so, then 24 was nothing but an extended boring promo for the now month late (and still counting) Escape #1
Re: IDW Transformers #25 Review (2090003)
Posted by Big Grim on December 15th, 2020 @ 11:53am CST
ScottyP wrote:I think this is a good idea. Have been several moments when I thought this series might be turning around then I crack open the next issue and it's 18 pages of walking and talking. Hell even 23 was at least so-so, then 24 was nothing but an extended boring promo for the now month late (and still counting) Escape #1

Man, that's kinda damning. We gave up the previous continuity fer this? Why was that again? The whole "Hasbroverse" nonsense? I want the Lost Light, the Scavengers and good guy Megatron back, but I suppose it is what it is.

~ Grim
Re: IDW Transformers #25 Review (2090024)
Posted by Rodimus Prime on December 15th, 2020 @ 11:43pm CST
Big Grim wrote:
ScottyP wrote:I think this is a good idea. Have been several moments when I thought this series might be turning around then I crack open the next issue and it's 18 pages of walking and talking. Hell even 23 was at least so-so, then 24 was nothing but an extended boring promo for the now month late (and still counting) Escape #1

Man, that's kinda damning. We gave up the previous continuity fer this? Why was that again? The whole "Hasbroverse" nonsense? I want the Lost Light, the Scavengers and good guy Megatron back, but I suppose it is what it is.
I think that story ran its course and got a decent ending, despite its many flaws. The problem with this new continuity I think is that it tried too hard to be different. I actually liked and looked forward to the idea of a prequel-style story that told the beginnings of the Autobot-Decepticon war in detail. Then we got what we got. I still believe that if these 25 issues were to be condensed down into maybe 15 or 16, it would make for a more interesting story.
Re: IDW Transformers #25 Review (2090131)
Posted by ScottyP on December 17th, 2020 @ 12:52pm CST
Rodimus Prime wrote:I still believe that if these 25 issues were to be condensed down into maybe 15 or 16, it would make for a more interesting story.
I second this with the slight amendment that it could have been done in 12. 3-3-3-3: Rubble/intro plotline; politics of Cybertron stuff ending in The Rise's jailbreak; Megatron consolidating The Rise and Ascenticons culminating with the fall of the pillar; Escalation into war with birth of the Decepticons and Sentinel's death + Optimus Prime getting the matrix from this latest issue.
Re: IDW Transformers #25 Review (2091788)
Posted by ScottyP on January 6th, 2021 @ 10:20am CST
Snoreworld
A Review of Transformers #26

Spoiler Free-ish
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He did look like Optimus all along anyways

I enjoyed Transformers #25. Then Transformers: Galaxies #12 and Transformers: Escape #1 came out and I enjoyed them as well. It felt like things had finally turned around, or at least that the overall new-ish reboot series had started to. This feeling has been betrayed. By what?

Walking and talking. They're back, and I am not pleased.

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Even he looks bored and he's the one talking

That's right, if you missed your monthly dose of robotic characters talking at one another in the midst of all the actual things happening in the last few issues, well hold on to your easy chair because that will mean you aren't having to hold this comic and read it. This series has had a problem with momentum almost from the beginning, and any fears it had turned a corner on this have not been assuaged. Sometimes it's good to have a break from the action, to take a beat to reset things and let the characters react to and stew about in everything that has occurred. That's what this issue attempts to do, but it hasn't earned it yet. The battle in issue 25 presumably just ends and everyone goes back to their bases. It's like if Hot Rod opened the matrix from within Unicron then popped back over to Autobot City to regroup. I don't get it.

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My bad, there's also standing and talking

Maybe it's a "me" thing, but I'm not the only one on staff just disillusioned with this book, so maybe it's an "us" thing that doesn't apply to you, reader of this review. An extremely cursory look at Amazon reviews for the second hardcover volume of the series shows it has an audience, and if you indeed prefer Transformers to not be an action series then this issue is probably for you - and you should ignore my score at the end if this applies.

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Features special preview of Botbots Titan Class

It's not just a lack of fighting though, Transformers can do cool things outside of that. However, very little of that is present here either, with only some last page "please come back next month" reveals doing anything remotely within the realm of on-brand for the Transformers franchise. There are also some plot progressions that are significant, all surrounding Megatron, so while the issue's not a total dud its density still leaves something to be desired.

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At least it still looks nice

The visual presentation is excellent regardless of what it's depicting, with Anna Malkova again on line art providing some long-due consistency as well as continued improvement. David Garcia Cruz is now handling colors and while my limited art vocabulary won't be able to articulate this very well, there's a depth he's given to the linework here that I really appreciate. The sunset lighting effect throughout is a great touch and used appropriately for the environment in which the characters are present. Jake M. Wood has the unenviable task of fitting in some super dense word balloons within limited page space, but does well at placement and in addition of beats in between paragraphs. Perhaps the editorial grouping of David Mariotte and Riley Farmer can work with writer Brian Ruckley to make some of those a bit more succinct.

As always, you can find all the cover images as well as full credits for the issue through our Vector Sigma Database page for Transformers #26.

Verdict
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That's not how these scores work

I'm so tired of this. My apologies to the artists and other creative personnel doing their best with the provided script and plot.

Again, please ignore the below score if you are someone that prefers the slow-paced, vapid, dialogue heavy style ever-present in this series.
Final Score
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out of
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Re: IDW Transformers #25 Review (2091797)
Posted by Counterpunch on January 6th, 2021 @ 11:18am CST
One issue, perhaps the main issue, is that the outcome is certain and that there's no possible surprise to what is going to occur: Optimus Prime's Autobots will enter into a civil war with Megatron's Decepticons.

The wind up, the build up to this is drawn out as if there's a possibility it might go some other way.

It won't.

If you're telling a story about a certain outcome, like Anakin's fall to become Darth Vader, then the action needs to be amazing OR...

the stories about the small people caught up in this event needs to be compelling. It isn't.

Why did the most awful things or the most incredible teams get formed? How did Monsterbots come about in light of this? What caused bots to be so desperate to become Powermasters or Nucleon addicted?

How does a regular bot get radicalized into a Decepticon?

No one knows, especially this continuity.
Re: IDW Transformers #25 Review (2091808)
Posted by Big Grim on January 6th, 2021 @ 11:54am CST
Well damn. Looks like last issue was an anomaly. Shame.

~ Grim
Re: IDW Transformers #25 Review (2091817)
Posted by ScottyP on January 6th, 2021 @ 12:38pm CST
Counterpunch wrote:Why did the most awful things or the most incredible teams get formed? How did Monsterbots come about in light of this? What caused bots to be so desperate to become Powermasters or Nucleon addicted?

How does a regular bot get radicalized into a Decepticon?

No one knows, especially this continuity.
First, excellent post. Second, for this particular quoted part, this is one reason why using the Rainmakers to kill off Sentinel rather than the classic/standard Seeker trio was a weird move. A great opportunity to make them known, and make Starscream more legit than whatever the hell he is in 26, but nah let's use the Rainmakers because, uh, one of them is invincible now or something.
Re: IDW Transformers #25 Review (2092325)
Posted by Bounti76 on January 11th, 2021 @ 3:43am CST
We only got issue 26 of the current Transformers ongoing less than two weeks ago, but we're being graced with the next issue a week from this Wednesday. Continuing on the "War World" arc, this issue sees Slipstream and her team continuing their attack on the Winged Moon. Check out the summary and pages below!

Cybertron’s winged moon, untethered from the planet and adrift in space, is in peril – from its slow descent towards the solar system’s star to new visitors who have their own plans for what to do with the moon. 



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Re: IDW Transformers #25 Review (2092340)
Posted by PhunkJunkion on January 11th, 2021 @ 8:46am CST
"Of course it's a word, Hyperdrive. I couldn't say it if it wasn't a word, could I?"-Flamewar. Now THAT is a great line... :lol:
Re: IDW Transformers #25 Review (2092378)
Posted by bluecatcinema on January 11th, 2021 @ 1:22pm CST
Has a certain someone been taking English lessons from Rumble?
Re: IDW Transformers #25 Review (2092394)
Posted by Mr.MicroMaster on January 11th, 2021 @ 6:01pm CST
The art looks fantastic in this issue.
Re: IDW Transformers #25 Review (2093148)
Posted by ZeroWolf on January 19th, 2021 @ 5:30pm CST
Greetings Seibertronians! Issue #27 of the ongoing IDW Transformers comic is out this week, so you know what that means! It's preview time!

IDW wrote:Transformers #27
Brian Ruckley (w) • Anna Malkova (a) • Livio Ramondelli (c)
“War World: Moon”. Cybertron’s winged moon, untethered from the planet and adrift in space, is in peril—from its slow descent towards the solar system’s star to new visitors who have their own plans for what to do with the moon. Can the remaining scientists and engineers hold their own until back-up arrives from Cybertron?

FC • 32 pages • $3.99


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Re: IDW Transformers #25 Review (2102784)
Posted by ZeroWolf on April 23rd, 2021 @ 9:58am CDT
Greetings Seibertronians! PreviewsWorld have uploaded a five page preview of the upcoming IDW Transformers #29, which we're pleased to share with you now!

PreviewsWorld wrote:(W) Brian Ruckley (A/CA) Anna Malkova
"War World: Titans"! Sentinel Prime has a secret-something that could change the fate of Cybertron-something that Megatron wants. It's a battle for control of the Forge as the Autobots and the Decepticons come face-to-face in battle for the first time!


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Re: IDW Transformers #25 Review (2102810)
Posted by Rodimus Prime on April 23rd, 2021 @ 6:43pm CDT
I got away from this book after issue 12 or so. Has it gotten any better? Are the TPBs worth getting? I do like the art.
Re: IDW Transformers #25 Review (2102846)
Posted by AllNewSuperRobot on April 24th, 2021 @ 9:43am CDT
The art does look nice. The panel composition is dreadful though. Where is the focal point? The dynamism of the scene?? There is nothing to draw your eye. Even the full body, yet rigid, close-up of Ironhide - which should be the central focus of the panel - is almost completely occluded by speech bubbles?
Re: IDW Transformers #25 Review (2105809)
Posted by ScottyP on May 28th, 2021 @ 9:27am CDT
What Do I Do Now?
A Review of Transformers #30

A Few Spoilers Within
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Transformers #30 was released one week ago Wednesday digitally and the week before that, it was available in its printed monthly floppy form in local comic shops. As part of our review catch up here at Seibertron, we'll get into looking at whether or not it's any good.

I've got to start with a disclaimer that may save some readers time on this review, by freely and openly admitting that this series has lost me, with my last care evaporating about four issues ago. It's going to be a monumental task for it to overcome my ennui at this point, so keep that starting state in mind during this review. Of course, if you've been enjoying the series thus far, then you're safe to ignore this review - issue #30 is more of the same.

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Chances Scatterspike is in the next several issues: 2%

One of the major problems in the series is a lack of maintained focus on, well, anything. In Transformers #29, Optimus Prime tells Perceptor they're not done talking about how Perceptor aided and abetted previous Primes' decisions about how to handle Titansparks. Instead of following up on that particular point, made memorable by its placement at the end of that issue, Perceptor does not appear. Instead it's time for yet another narrative thread among the already dozen of them in the series, this time with the Torchbearers.

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Yep, it's IDW's Transformers 2.0. I can tell by the stairs and the talking.

Yes, the already over-booked cast gets even busier, with Pyra Magna joining the fray properly along with her "companions" as they're called at one point. This initially ends up being an invitation to lay down a few of Transformers (2019)'s greatest hits: Optimus Prime and Megatron arguing about an entirely pointless conflict, Optimus Prime and Megatron sucking the life out of everything on the page, and Optimus Prime and Megatron using a great deal of words to say nearly nothing at all. At this point, charisma parasites would be welcome over these two charisma vacuums.

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Ok, this part was cool

Not everything is terrible, as the action scene in the middle of the issue (roughly speaking) is very well done and saved this from being a complete waste of time. Sunstreaker gets to look cool but gets upstaged by Windcharger being amazing. Sure, they ultimately just lay the smackdown on a couple of red-shirt seekers, but it was fun to witness them do so and it provided a timeless quip where Sunstreaker reminds everyone that Nacelle just plain doesn't matter. Whatever mojo was flowing for this part? More of that, please.

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Optimus in "pearl-clutching politician" pose? C'mon man!

I can't fault Anna Malkova's art as some of my least favorite panels have everything to do with my dislike of the characters (or specific version of, in the above case) within and nothing to do with the actual quality or appropriateness. If I had to make one quibble, it'd be to stop drawing so many scenes on stairs. Add a roadway, flip them to alt mode, have them talk as cars - something like that. David Garcia Cruz handles the colors on this one and everything works pretty well, though Megatron would probably go for a more purple hologram than the pink present here. Jake M. Wood, our now-usual letterer, is back again and while mostly just fine, there's a page with a flashback to a space battle where the second through sixth bubbles feel like they belong on the left side of the page based on art and flow of the dialogue thereafter, but they're on the right. Based on their indentation, this could have been an actual mistake in production, but it's hard to tell.

Stefano Simeone provides the "A" cover which looks like it belongs to issue 29 based on its content, so this review's news story thumbnail image features Priscilla Tramontano's "B" cover since it depicts characters from the issue in a manner somewhat related to how they appear. A ten-copy retailer incentive cover by Blacky Shepherd and Sid Van Blu is also available on a limited basis from your local shop. As always, you can find all the cover images and full credits for the issue through our Vector Sigma Database page for Transformers #30.

Verdict
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Then he noped out

Transformers #30 is another poor issue of what's become a stale comic series, which is saved from being a total disaster by one scene. In many ways it epitomizes the series itself, jumping from plot to plot, catching up with previously introduced characters before immediately introducing anywhere from 2-8 more of them all while putting you to sleep with pretentious dialogue. There's a small, anti-climactic payoff to some of Cyclonus' story in this issue which leaves him saying "What do I do now?" That short phrase and all its hopelessness is an appropriate symbol of how I felt after reading another issue of this slog of a series. I hope you enjoy it more than I did.

Final Score
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out of
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Re: IDW Transformers #25 Review (2106418)
Posted by Toizarus on June 3rd, 2021 @ 5:28pm CDT
Hey Siebertron? Can we get someone who actually gives a crap about this comic to review it, please? Or at least try and present a counterpoint? For one of the two biggest news sites to be peddling this bored snark, featuring the same lame old cliches about "Stairs and talking ZZZZZZZZZZZZ" is just not doing the work of these two excellent creators justice. I mean, being told "if you enjoy this series stop reading" is no excuse for what's become a regular dose of sour invective. I enjoy a witty takedown of something horrible as much as the next 'Bot but there's none of that energy here, just words floating aloft on bored sighs.

I ask you, seriously: what is anyone's reason to keep reading these? If the reviewer admits they can't give a shit, what's the point of them putting any further words down or us continuing to read them? Let them go do something they enjoy, stop torturing your readers, and stop disrespectng the very hard work these creators are putting into this excellent (imo) book.
Re: IDW Transformers #25 Review (2106427)
Posted by myke.prime on June 3rd, 2021 @ 7:02pm CDT
I must be the minority that is actually enjoying the build up of this universe. Sure it has been a little slow on some pages but its been amazing watching this universe building story take place. For me this is how it should have always been. When IDW first started transformers with the -ition series, that was great too. The war wasn't huge yet and we got some cool little moments while in space somewhere, something big was happening or at best, there was a lull in the conflict.

Here we have the political, the religious, the science, and social aspects of a society that was always either touched upon in flash backs in previous incarnations and it always seemed so all over the place fitting to what was currently going on in the story. This we are getting most of it right now and again building towards the great war we have all come and love in our transformers lure.

For me I feel the art has gotten better and since issue 25, it has really taken off for me. My only complaint thus far would be we still didn't see the true relationship between Orion and Megatron even though they gave us a nice little bit. This is a story that can go on for years just before they board the ark and crash on Earth. I'm enjoying this! It's amazing and issue 30 was pretty solid to me. The mass exodus of the autobots out of Iacon...I mean whoa. Seems very reminiscent of Moses leading the Hebrews into the wilderness.

Is it perfect, absolutely not, but for me, it's pretty darn good. Then the little side stories to show the more personal aspect of who and where are being felt by this genesis of the great war.

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