Review of IDW Transformers: Optimus Prime #25

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The Final Cut!
A Review of Optimus Prime #25

Free of any explicit spoilers, but some may be unintentionally implied.
Transformers News: Review of IDW Transformers: Optimus Prime #25
'til all are gone?

It all (re)started with "The Death of Optimus Prime". Surprising no one, he wasn't really dead, and not even in a way requiring a true resurrection. The namesake character of this comic series has been defined throughout as both an idea and a character. With the opening pages leading off with the first lines of Bob Budiansky's original Tech Spec for Optimus Prime, you'll immediately recognize that we're starting at the start before we arrive to the end.

Here we are now at the end, with Optimus Prime, 27 (or 24) pages, and one of the longest uninterrupted Transformers stories ever created wrapping up. How did it go? Read on.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Transformers: Optimus Prime #25
It's too late to emergency separate into the other book!

This is indeed the end with this issue serving as a final exhale, putting a cap on a good deal of unfinished business. More akin to Lost Light #25 than Unicron #6, Optimus Prime #25 provides final flashbacks and final thoughts with all the big, sweeping, intergalactic action wrapped and over. It was important for more than just Optimus Prime himself to get a last tale and that hope is fulfilled. Arcee, Jazz, Aileron, Rum-Maj, and more I won't mention (just in case you haven't caught up to the end of Unicron) at least get a little something this time out and even if a bit short in some cases, these mini-endings all feel appropriate and help take the characters further if not entirely full circle.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Transformers: Optimus Prime #25
Got to the last issue after all, sort of.

There are flashback scenes dispersed throughout, and the first few of them pay respect to characters wiped out in other Transformers comic series in a fun way that unfortunately did not continue to the end of the book, but this was necessary to carry the issue's story along. It's another way that writer John Barber ensures more characters are around if you need one last goodbye, adding to the emotional weight that ebbs and flows during the course of this installment.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Transformers: Optimus Prime #25
Entire mini-series of Buzzsaw: Planeteer? Sold.

Somewhat similar to horrible tearjerker/fantastic comic book "The Life of Sideswipe", a sense of melancholy carries from page to page, and while it isn't all depressing or mournful something in the tone of the writing shoots pangs of regret. I can't say that there's regret here for certain, but if there is, good luck figuring out if it's about the series ending, where it ended up, or maybe even how the grand experiment of the shared Hasbro Universe followed course. Either way it's another layer to the depth of the book, which some will find more hopeful than wistful even though that doesn't match the mood I received.

A quick, special note is in order to one scene in particular featuring Aileron, Jetfire, Sunstreaker, Bob, and more of a spacefaring team aboard an Autobot shuttle as it travels the unknown and makes a discovery. Well, at least I think it did, and it was a superbly fun touch.

Transformers News: Review of IDW Transformers: Optimus Prime #25
Go back to the Shadow

Kei Zama and Josh Burcham finish up this series by handling all the lineart and color work for Optimus Prime #25 and deliver all the striking lines, thick borders, and retro-cool lighting that defines the look of this series. A particularly amazing panel of Ravage (from a flashback scene, sorry!) is shown above that provides a sharp contrast and rich shadows that help tell the story within the story. Tom B. Long's letters further enhance the work, providing emphasis in just the right places to help some scenes comfort while others turn sinister. David Mariotte ensures a coherent package is delivered even with the flashback-to-present-and-back-again hopping and regular shifts in character focus.

This review's newspost thumbnail shows Casey Coller's B Cover for the issue, which I felt was most indicative of the kind of story within. Zama and Burcham (after Simonson) deliver a beautiful cast piece on Cover A, with just about everyone from the Optimus Prime series accounted for. Robots in Disguise helmsman Andrew Griffith takes us back to 2012 on a retailer incentive cover that I hope does not immediately sell out everywhere and quadruple in value like Alex Milne's Lost Light #25 RI cover did. You can find images of all of those covers and full credits for the issue in our Vector Sigma Database page for Optimus Prime #25, but please note it contains a character appearance list which may accidentally deliver spoilers.

Verdict
Transformers News: Review of IDW Transformers: Optimus Prime #25
Left to read Go-Bots

This was a book with a heavy burden, but as a final epilogue after the climactic battles it still makes it to Cybertron without jettisoning Insecticons worth of weight in the process. A healthy dose of character endings, playful dialogue that snatches the Furmanism away from the jaws of finality, and a ready-built setup for the future help too, even if it won't be realized.

Optimus Prime's epilogue is a very good epilogue because it's exactly that and doesn't try to be something beyond its purpose. Even the well worn trope of the final villain being back for one last go doesn't show up, a pleasant surprise given how easy a setting like Infraspace could have been for such a moment. Enjoy this while you can since we've got a few quiet months ahead of us in the world of Transformers comics, but that's well earned after 13 years of amazing stories.

Once more, to all the creative forces at IDW Publishing that have made this happen since 2005, thank you!

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Re: Review of IDW Transformers: Optimus Prime #25 (1994926)
Posted by Big Grim on November 21st, 2018 @ 8:00am CST
Lookin' forward to reading this after work.
Re: Review of IDW Transformers: Optimus Prime #25 (1994929)
Posted by ZeroWolf on November 21st, 2018 @ 8:30am CST
A very touching review dmax :) thank you for doing these.
Re: Review of IDW Transformers: Optimus Prime #25 (1994938)
Posted by o.supreme on November 21st, 2018 @ 9:35am CST
ScottyP wrote:Enjoy this while you can since we've got a few quiet months ahead of us in the world of Transformers comics, but that's well earned after 13 years of amazing stories.


Great Review, I'll take nothing away from it. But to be honest, I think we have more than a few quiet months ahead of us. And I'm going to enjoy the quiet for as long as I can, never thought I'd say that but...

I'm all about longevity. For this run to have lasted 13 years is amazing (see my comments in the Unicron thread), but it took so many twists, turns and re brands, it really did feel like something entirely different every few years. It (for me) went from boring, to really good, then ok, then in the last few years, ironically what fans liked the most, I found myself saying..."This isn't Transformers", but its all over now, and I'm OK with that. I never thought I'd be one of the fans that prefers nothing over something awful, but here we are.

I know as you said, you *enjoyed* the avoidance of the tropes, but to me, a lack of resolution between the crew of LL and the rest of the Transformers feels hollow. I'm not saying they had to contrive a pointless last battle between Optimus and Megatron, but a meeting, considering all they've each gone through would have been interesting.

It just felt like IDW wanted to end things, and all the respective writers were of course saving the Unicron card for the inevitable end, but they didn't get to play it quite the way they wanted to. Still I'm glad at least we got an ending, unlike so many other Transformers continuities. This one, while not being the *best*, at least nobody will be pining for what might have been, or wanting for more, because there is no need for more.

Rest well IDW. You may not have given me what I wanted, but you did so for other fans. Of the classic 3 pronged style of delivery of Transformers (Toys, Comics, and Animation), at least we can say, nobody will be wondering why there has been no Transformers comic in a while.
Re: Review of IDW Transformers: Optimus Prime #25 (1994961)
Posted by Sunstar on November 21st, 2018 @ 11:51am CST
I bet he is off to haunt Megatron, if I know him. <3
Re: Review of IDW Transformers: Optimus Prime #25 (1994965)
Posted by Black Bumblebee on November 21st, 2018 @ 12:20pm CST
I can just see the memes dealing with Starscream discussing footprints in the sand with Bumblebee. We know they're coming.
Re: Review of IDW Transformers: Optimus Prime #25 (1994969)
Posted by Sunstar on November 21st, 2018 @ 12:27pm CST
Black Bumblebee wrote:I can just see the memes dealing with Starscream discussing footprints in the sand with Bumblebee. We know they're coming.


it ran through my mind. that story is on the wall at my dentist.
Re: Review of IDW Transformers: Optimus Prime #25 (1994973)
Posted by william-james88 on November 21st, 2018 @ 1:14pm CST
I have not read this issue yet since i am reading from Optimus Prime from issue 1 and am currently at issue 16.

And boy is it a chore. I started reading Transformers comics with MTMTE and loved it. Lost Light was fine but disjointed and TAAO was good. I also read other issues here and there (like Chaos theory and the stuff I needed to read for Dark Cybertron) and I also read the auotocracy trilogy (that third part was crap), Stormbringer, AHM and the Spotlights. I am writing all this to show what i am comparing to when I saw that Optimus Prime is the most boring Transformers book I ever read.

It picks up at around issue 12 or whatever (with the throttlebots) but man those first 10 or so issues with all the earth delegation stuff bored me out of my mind. Nothing happens. And when it does, its in another book, treating this book like filler. I thought Geoge Lucas made it very clear that in big sci fi stories the last thing you do is talk about delegates and senates and whatever.

Optimus Prime (the book) is nothing I am furious about, not like with All Hail Megatron or Dark Cybertron (which are pretty terrible) its just a chore. Nothing really interesting happens. There is not much of a point to most of it. The best example would be those Hetfire flashbacks which break up the book to no effect in the early issues. A lot of it felt uneccesary. Before reading this book I knew that Jetfire was a decepticon who became an autobot. And what do I know now? That he was a decepticon who became an autobot.

Also, I do not needto be intriduced to every character all the time. The first page has a roll call for that.
Re: Review of IDW Transformers: Optimus Prime #25 (1995039)
Posted by budmaloney on November 21st, 2018 @ 10:14pm CST
Now that it's over, I can finally chime in and provide some commentary.Not specifically to this issue but to the IDW run as a whole .

What can I say that hasn't been already said. It was an interesting ride. I've been a follower from the beginning I guess. I think my arrival to the IDW verse was sometime around Spotlight Metroplex. Then I started working my way back to Infiltration, AHM, etc. and continued alongside the regular ongoing which had that unique style of bayverse and g1. Then Death of Optimus, then RID, MTME, LL, OP, and Unicron. All caught up?

Ever since the beginning it was a bumpy ride. There was always this sense of uncertainty. Or lack of a unified feel. And I'm not talking about Revolution unification, god no. I'm talking about a Transformers feel that perhaps Dreamwave delivered a little better. We knew what was going on in general to the Cybertronian race.

In IDW things got close to that Transformers feel, right after DOOP. There was a golden age there, with the prowl saga (which I loved), and then MTME kept it real. The sense that the war was real. Factions like DJD creeped up, Overlord, Worldsweepers. But even MTME started losing ground as it veered off into being more character driven. Not that I'm against character driven stories, but there was a point in MTME that (and someones' got to say it) where it became a proxy to fan fiction. Where stretches of panels just focussed on characterization that went nowhere other than to provide hype to a character. The general themes that I cared about as a reader, were ignored or closed very quickly in favour of that meticulous focus on pairings. It reached a point where the way things were framed, every time two characters were in a shot together, you couldn't differentiate if they were in a relationship or simply talking to each other. That's a problem because, as a reader I was so confused. It's as if there was an entirely side story being told somewhere that everyone seemed to know about and I was like wth is going on.

That's the key thing with the entire IDW run was confusion for me. I tried to push through the confusion because I like the franchise, but even that wasn't easy at times.

They added so many things to the history of Cybertron that didn't always match. The whole Onyx Prime thing. Confusing af. Omega Guardians? or Knights, or 13 primes. Each and every single one of those things turned out to be a fake. Antilla? Who are these people> Freaking visionaries and Prismo was there for a split second. And that period with the Wreckers, how did Prowl survive or get to Earth. And wth Tarantulas? What is going on?....So many times I've wondered what was happening, and I've been investing in this since AHM. I followed the continuity. You could say...:well Bud it's your fault for not connecting the dots properly"...that's fair, but I still would like to share my experience of utter confusion. I simply felt lost over and over again.

As for Revolution. The story was already fragmented. They went and fragmented it even further. Great initiative and 80s combo though.

Then there is Optimus Prime. Not the character but the series. I would like to know, what have I done as a reader to constantly be subject to Slide's constant sulking. Unicron is eating Earth and she is still talking about Optimus.

All that said. There was some great stories, art, and memories. If at any point you felt I was criticizing the people involved, or there abilities, you are mistaken. I'm criticizing the product. A product I paid for regularly. So take it as a customer satisfaction survey. Because lord knows, any semblance of criticism these days is considered a bad thing. I want to write about the good stuff about IDW. But that's what I wrote for now. I'll brush over good stuff so you don't presume I'm being a "hater".

Good stuff:
DJD, MTME, early RID run, bayg1, Autobot Megatron, Crystal City, Killmaster, Whirl, First-aid, Orion pax, Bumblebee leading, Magnus armor design. Starscream as leader of Cybertron, BM Tankor.Six shot as phase 6'er, Prowl, Prowlstator, Thundercracker.
Re: Review of IDW Transformers: Optimus Prime #25 (1995055)
Posted by Coptur on November 22nd, 2018 @ 5:12am CST
For me (in hindsight) two of the biggest mistakes that IDW made were making the Autobot regime (pre optimus) bad-guys and then make the Decepticons revolution movement.

Bascially you shouldn't muddy your hero team and justify your villain team.

I was blinded by my love of transformers and didn't think about the above until they made Megatron an Autobot which for me only made that worse.

The Decepticons should always be a power hungry, dictatorship first and foremost with no justification for it only that they're Evil.
Re: Review of IDW Transformers: Optimus Prime #25 (1995057)
Posted by ZeroWolf on November 22nd, 2018 @ 5:41am CST
Coptur wrote:For me (in hindsight) two of the biggest mistakes that IDW made were making the Autobot regime (pre optimus) bad-guys and then make the Decepticons revolution movement.

Bascially you shouldn't muddy your hero team and justify your villain team.

I was blinded by my love of transformers and didn't think about the above until they made Megatron an Autobot which for me only made that worse.

The Decepticons should always be a power hungry, dictatorship first and foremost with no justification for it only that they're Evil.


That's all fine and dandy for a kids cartoon toy advertisement, it's different for comics, we need to know what makes them tic. Only certain characters in all of comics history can get away with being evil for evils sake. I mean the joker is the best example I can give, but he only works because of who he is. Do you think Mr Freeze is bad because they gave him humanising elements in the cartoon?

You keep your bad guys static and it'll get old really fast. Look at what Furman did with Scorpknok, would you have been happy if he'd been a Megatron clone? The best thing IDW did was point out that life isn't black and white, that the path to hell is paved with good intentions.

Of course these are my opinions :) I think IDW did a fantastic job on the whole despite missteps like AHM, which I may have tolerated better if they just kept it as what it meant to be. A reboot.
Re: Review of IDW Transformers: Optimus Prime #25 (1995059)
Posted by Coptur on November 22nd, 2018 @ 6:38am CST
@zerowolf

{{That's all fine and dandy for a kids cartoon toy advertisement, it's different for comics, we need to know what makes them tic. Only certain characters in all of comics history can get away with being evil for evils sake. I mean the joker is the best example I can give, but he only works because of who he is. Do you think Mr Freeze is bad because they gave him humanising elements in the cartoon?}}

I understand character depth but Megatron is not and should not be in the same tone as Magneto.

Mr Freeze turned to crime (not the right thing to do) for his own own selfish deeds. Do I feel sorry that he can't have his wife by his side yes! Can I forgive the actions he's taking to achieving his goal never, He was will kill and cause others harm by doing it.

Megatron is not Mr Freeze & Megatron is should not Magneto.

{{You keep your bad guys static and it'll get old really fast. Look at what Furman did with Scorponok, would you have been happy if he'd been a Megatron clone? The best thing IDW did was point out that life isn't black and white, that the path to hell is paved with good intentions.}}

I'm talking Megatron but they're both Decepticons and should share the goal of the Decepticons but their personal routes to obtain the goal can be different.
Life isn't isn't black & white but fictional characters can be and that's the challenge writers should work with for pre-existing characters. By making them a blank slates they stop being the character they were originally created to be. New writers for pre-existing characters should research the source material first.

extract marvels Budiansky bio:
Megatron is a bitter, brutal, thuggish being. He constantly seeks opportunities for conflict and battle.
He has no capacity for love or compassion. Nothing brings him pleasure other than the act of crushing weaker opponents and claiming their possessions as his own. Conquering a single planet will not satiate his desire for conquest. His thirst for battle pushes him to seek out victims throughout the known universe.


{{Of course these are my opinions :) I think IDW did a fantastic job on the whole despite missteps like AHM, which I may have tolerated better if they just kept it as what it meant to be. A reboot.}}

And you're very much welcome to have them, discussion is a good thing :D
For me AHM was reboot that was needed but the timing (at the time) was unfair to Furman.

The transformers should be about a war between good and evil.

The Heroic Autobots vs the Evil Decepticon.
Some people want change for the better and others are simply ****s that want everything and everyone burn first and any that survive will live in terror and fear. Megatron should always be the latter.

I'm thinking about doing a video about this for youtube

I apologise for my dyslexia :shock:
Re: Review of IDW Transformers: Optimus Prime #25 (1995060)
Posted by ZeroWolf on November 22nd, 2018 @ 7:04am CST
No need to apologise :)

I believe in letting characters change, to allow for new interpretations, g1 Megatron himself has several different forms of fiction, and IDW Megs just slots in next to the others, allowing you to choose which one you like best. I mean Marvel Megatron was actually competent were g1 toon Megatron was only threatening when he wasn't on screen (how else would you explain how he took Cybertron in the time gap between season 2 and the movie) :lol:

I think all these different versions of Megs can live happily with each other, just like all the different ones of Prime. Though let's not get started on all the non-g1 versions of the characters! :lol:
Re: Review of IDW Transformers: Optimus Prime #25 (1995067)
Posted by Coptur on November 22nd, 2018 @ 8:41am CST
ZeroWolf wrote:No need to apologise :)

I believe in letting characters change, to allow for new interpretations, g1 Megatron himself has several different forms of fiction, and IDW Megs just slots in next to the others, allowing you to choose which one you like best. I mean Marvel Megatron was actually competent were g1 toon Megatron was only threatening when he wasn't on screen (how else would you explain how he took Cybertron in the time gap between season 2 and the movie) :lol:

I think all these different versions of Megs can live happily with each other, just like all the different ones of Prime. Though let's not get started on all the non-g1 versions of the characters! :lol:


You're very kind sir!

I can see that line of thinking but for me without boundaries to follow writers can lose parts of what make the characters.

I think most G1 Megs up until parts of IDW Megs are quite interchangeable.
Marvel Megs was only overall leader for 4 issues i thought him quite incompetent as a Megatron (i'm just thinking issue 1-80 not G2 or Regen)
Re: Review of IDW Transformers: Optimus Prime #25 (1995087)
Posted by o.supreme on November 22nd, 2018 @ 1:33pm CST
budmaloney wrote:Ever since the beginning it was a bumpy ride. There was always this sense of uncertainty. Or lack of a unified feel. And I'm not talking about Revolution unification, god no. I'm talking about a Transformers feel that perhaps Dreamwave delivered a little better. We knew what was going on in general to the Cybertronian race.


Thank you so much :-D . I agree 100%. Dreamwave was, and still is the most compelling Transformers storytelling for my dollar (criminal activities of its founder aside). I'm not going to use the ultimate insult, basically calling IDW "Published fanfiction", but pretty much that moniker can be given to anything since the Marvel Comic run ended. I still lament the fact that the DW ongoing will never have resolution. Nobody is going to "Regeneration One" DW, and perhaps it's for the best. As was stated in TDK "Either You Die a Hero" (DW Ongoing), or you live long enough to become the Villain (IDW). As I said before, I'm all for longevity, but IDW went to some places with Transformers that were simply unnecessary.

I pic ked up both Unicron #6, annd OP #25yesterday, just for the record, here was my basic conversation with one of the store clerks whom I've known for a long time.

TJ: Everything there in your saver?
Me: Yep, looks good, kind of bittersweet though, these are the last 2 issues of a series that's gone on for 13 years
TJ: Yeah, its supposed to come back next year though right?
Me: yeah maybe...
TJ: I guess you can just hope they aren't going to make some radical changes
Me: Well, they already tried that, which is what pretty much lead to the decline of sales, and ending to the series, I don't even see TF on your shelves ever, am I the only one who orders it?
TJ: Nah, I got 3 of you guys on my order sheet. IDW is a little odd though, they go up and down, but right now nobody is touching their stuff, not even GI Joe.

Keep in mind, I've been going to this same shop for 25 years, I've seen the owners son grow up, and I've never asked about sales, but that blew me away, because this shop is a pretty big deal in my area, and only 3 people are ordering Transformers comics on a regular basis, at the moment...

So yeah, I really hope whatever we get back to next year either goes back to basics, or is so radically different, that it is worth merit (I mean involving NONE of the characters we know).

Additionally, after reading OP 25, I know this was probably not the writers intentions, but basically how I felt at the end was...yeah, remember your childhood hero? Optimus Prime? Yeah, he was a JERK, he was as flawed as any of us, but its OK if you still like him... sorry I simply wont accept that, and now that this story is over, i can simply chose to ignore it, because it overall, has nothing of merit, for me.

Re: Review of IDW Transformers: Optimus Prime #25 (1995089)
Posted by william-james88 on November 22nd, 2018 @ 1:55pm CST
I go to the biggest shop in the 3rd biggest city in Canada and even they have very little sales for Transformers books.
Re: Review of IDW Transformers: Optimus Prime #25 (1995097)
Posted by ZeroWolf on November 22nd, 2018 @ 4:21pm CST
Thanks for sharing O Supreme! I don't agree of course as I really didn't care for Dw in the slightest and constantly forget it exists. However I appreciate it had an audience. Now that's why I think if IDW wanted to hedge their bets, they could give us two ongoings that are not connected and never will connect. One would be whatever the reboot would be, the other, a g1 cartoon inspired series which told episodic stories either one issue or two in length. They could be set in any season or be used to fill gaps between season 2 and the movie, or even go further and continue season 4, and try to tell us how the cartoon woukd have handled the pretenders and power masters.

As for the comics selling, well the comic shop I used to go to stopped getting the tf issuses in for lack of sales and this was back during combiner wars. I think it's more of an IDW thing. They are struggling because they don't have much to offer with very few original titles compared to licensed output. Their fortunes could change if they landed their own highly successful ip. The real question could be is there a large enough appetite for Transformers comics in general in a very crowded market?
Re: Review of IDW Transformers: Optimus Prime #25 (1995173)
Posted by william-james88 on November 23rd, 2018 @ 2:44pm CST
I am reading the Optimus ongoing (it definitely picked up when liege maximo arrived) and I dont get the shockwave thing. I get that he was one o the Primes all along but where was he during the 4 million year war? Or did he jump to the future (present for us) when all the pices were in place so as not to coexist with his past self?
Re: Review of IDW Transformers: Optimus Prime #25 (1995256)
Posted by Daniel Adkins on November 24th, 2018 @ 2:34pm CST
william-james88 wrote:I am reading the Optimus ongoing (it definitely picked up when liege maximo arrived) and I dont get the shockwave thing. I get that he was one o the Primes all along but where was he during the 4 million year war? Or did he jump to the future (present for us) when all the pices were in place so as not to coexist with his past self?

Because the Shockwave we saw during the war was around, the time-displaced Shockwave (aka Onyxwave) spent his time gathering his Maximals on Antilla and planning for all the stuff he was gonna do post-Dark Cybertron. It was during this time that we see Onyx do things like attack Caminus and such.
Re: Review of IDW Transformers: Optimus Prime #25 (1995311)
Posted by Supreme Convoy on November 24th, 2018 @ 7:49pm CST
What a great way to close out the IDW run!
Re: Review of IDW Transformers: Optimus Prime #25 (1995460)
Posted by ScottyP on November 26th, 2018 @ 8:25am CST
I'm going back through older material, mostly stuff involving Primes/eventual Unicron related material, and I thought it was downright cool how Barber included this snippet in an issue titled "The Crucible":
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