Remain In Light continues as the crew of the Lost Light find precious few answers, all of them only raising more questions as the mysteries of Luna-1 continue to deepen and the crew's situation worsens with every passing moment. Continue reading...
With Megatron defeated, Optimus Prime has a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to unite the disparate factions of Cybertron. But the Decepticons are still out there... and defeated is not dead. Monstrosity #1 collects the first three chapters of the digital comic written by Chris Metzen and Flint Dille with art by Livio Ramondelli and lettering by Tom B. Long. Continue to full review
The future of Autobot society may lie in the hands of a freshly restored Blaster, while Optimus Prime tries to save another that wants nothing more to do with Transformers. Written by Simon Furman, with pencils by Andrew Wildman, inks by Stephen Baskerville and colors by John-Paul Bove. Continue reading the full review.
Sludge faces Kickback and his own doubts about the state of Cybertron, and the search for the cannibal Transformer continues in Beast Hunters #2! Continue to full review
While journeying into the wilderness with the other banished Autobots, Arcee struggles with both giving and receiving acceptance as Bumblebee clings to life. "Second Exodus" is written by John Barber, with art by Atilio Rojo, colors by Priscilla Tramontano, and lettering by Tom B. Long. Continue to full review
The Transformers Prime tie-in comic begins! As the Dinobots and other abandoned Transformers scrape out an existence deep under the surface of Cybertron, bodies drained of Energon have begun turning up. How could things possibly get worse? Continue to Full Review
The first of the new five part story arc begins as the strange events and mysterious happenings start to hit critical mass, and something's going to have to give. Continue to the full review.
I don't think anyone was disappointed when Toy Fair 2013 revealed a new Springer that was a full representation of the character's status as a triple changer. It became more impressive shortly after when the Hasbro reps went on to reveal that Springer had been under development for two years to get everything right. With twice the design time as the average Transformer, this had to be something pretty fantastic, right? Continue to the full review.
Since Classics began in 2006, everyone has asked for just about everything to be remade in that style. Blitzwing was generally felt to be a prominent omission though, especially when Universe produced an Octane. It's taken nearly seven years since the outset of modernized G1 character remakes, but Blitzwing has finally reached the front of the line as one of the first two of the Thrilling 30 anniversary line to reach retail. Read the full review.
Thanks to Snakas over at Autobase who has posted a simple review with images for the Beast Hunters Ultra Magnus voyater class action figure. Get a look at the repainted / remolded version of voyager Optimus Prime made over as Ultra Magnus. Our guess is the other mold was not used to save money on CGI modeling a new character, so we get a redux of the Optimus Prime character. Check out the images and review that has been translated from Japanese to english below for more details.
A routine energon gathering expedition takes a turn for the worse as a crash landing strands an Autobot team on an uninhabited planet.
...or is it? Continue to the review
The crew of the Lost Light
begin the slow process of recovery and coming to terms with the losses after the events of last month's issue, and while many want to lay blame, others simply wish to forget... Read the full review.
Hot Rod determines the fate of the Demons as Scorponok and Grimlock struggle to do the same for the surface of Cybertron. Decisions are made, and for some Transformers there's no turning back. The conclusion of "Natural Selection" is written by Simon Furman, penciled by Andrew Wildman, inked by Stephen Baskerville, colored by John-Paul Bove with assistance from James Stayte, and lettered by Chris Mowry. Continue to full review
An incapacitated crew, Decepticon mercenaries, and no forcefields. How can Trailbreaker save the day? All this and more in Spotlight: Trailcutter
, or "The Reluctant Specialist
"! Story by James Roberts, Art by Matt Frank, with coloring by Thomas Deer. Read the full review
The mastermind behind the creation of the Predacons is here! Beast Hunters Shockwave features a couple of nifty and unobtrusive gimmicks but a pretty blah vehicle mode that prevents him from being a definitive rendition of everyone's favorite logic-driven cyclops. Continue to Full Review
The payoff to the big story thread hanging over the last few issues finally arrives. Overlord is free aboard the Lost Light
, and there's only one question left that matters: Who will survive? Read the full review.
Continuing directly off last season's cliffhanger ending, the first three episodes of Transformers Prime: Beast Hunters begins to introduce major changes from what we knew in the first two seasons of the show. If only we could count on the majority of them to be followed through on. Read the full review! (WARNING: Contains spoilers!)
Looking in the basement was their first mistake. And then they sent in the mnemosurgeon. Many questions are answered just before an unstoppable force of destruction is set loose in this month's issue. Written by James Roberts, with art by Alex Milne and coloring by Josh Burcham. Read the full review.