IDW and WonderCon head to Anaheim, CA this weekend for the fan-favorite 3-day convention! Held at the Anaheim Convention Center from March 31st to April 2nd IDW will be set up all weekend long at booth #1109. In addition to big signings and essential panels throughout the weekend, IDW will also be hosting Traveling Stories at their booth, a San Diego-based non-profit committed to spreading literacy through community engagement.
Thanks to ComicVine we have a preview of the Transformers Lost Light #4 Comic coming next Wednesday March 29th from IDW.
RODIMUS, MEGATRON and the exiled crew of the Lost Light realise that there’s only one thing they need to do before they can resume their quest. Unfortunately, that thing is “save the world.” Can the AUTOBOTS overcome the odds and save the day?
Just in a full preview of Transformers Till All Are One #8 by way of Newsarama. The comic will be released next wednesday March 29th.
This is it: the final stand for Cybertron! Will Starscream and Windblade’s gamble finally pay off or will all of Iacon be destroyed by the zombie titans?
Artist Guido Guidi has shared some design work he did for the Hearts of Steel
comic series! First up, we have Scourge in both robot and zeppelin modes - and Scourge's traditional form makes a pretty good engine and passenger compartment for a blimp! He also shared an unused design for Soundwave's engine mode that shows how his usual helpers could have been deployed. Keep reading to see!
Just in by way of CBR we have the extended preview of the new Transformers comic from IDW, Optimus Prime #5. Get a look at six pages from the comic that will be out this month, featuring Optimus Prime in the Generataion 1 era story line. Read on for details on the comic and preview pages below.
A very short while after we had our first look inside via the abbreviated iTunes previews, Newsarama has released the full length preview for next week's Transformers vs GI Joe: The Movie Adaptation
one shot comic. This is the comic book adaptation of the (imaginary) movie adaptation of the Transformers vs GI Joe
comic series. Got a headache yet? Well, you probably will after reading one more Tom Scioli TF vs Joe adventure! We'll have the review early next week. Meanwhile, click through for the preview pages!
Imagine a world where the greatest comic book crossover of all time inspires a movie adaptation... and that movie adaptation inspires its own comic book! Visionary writer-artist Tom Scioli returns to the weird world of Transformers vs. G.I. Joe and brings an even weirder twist to this new story: what would the comic book adaptation of the movie version of the comic book look like? It’s time to find out in the most epic, scintillating, off-the-wall, exciting comic of 2017! Expected in shop on March 22nd, 2017. Keep reading for the preview.
Just in from Newsarama! In the deadly catacombs beneath an ancient pyramid, Joe Colton—the original G.I. Joe—found something far worse than any curse or boobytrap. He found the Decepticon Soundwave... scouring Earth for Cybertron's salvation. Their meeting remained classified—until the Revolutionaries crashed headlong into the modern-day results!
Major repercussions for OPTIMUS PRIME—and the whole Hasbro universe!
GHOST STORIES! Optimus Prime returns to Cybertron—only to be confronted by his rival for the Matrix, Pyra Magna! As Pyra’s origin—before she was part of Victorion—is finally revealed, Optimus relives his own past—the first time he met Bumblebee!
BLAST FROM THE PAST! In the deadly catacombs beneath an ancient pyramid, Joe Colton—the original G.I. Joe—found something far worse than any curse or boobytrap. He found the Decepticon Soundwave... scouring Earth for Cybertron's salvation. Their meeting remained classified—until the Revolutionaries crashed headlong into the modern-day results!
It's been great to have Alex Milne back as a cover artist for Lost Light,
the successor to More Than Meets The Eye.
While we wait for him to be announced as artist for the next major storyline as promised, we'll content ourselves with this excellent cover with colors by Josh Perez! Keep reading to see the images, mirrored here for convenience!
Fan favorite artist Nick Roche has been doing alternate covers for Transformers: Lost Light
around the them of characters literally lost in space. Yesterday, Roche posted clean art, both in lineart and color form, for Lost Light
#6! This time, we have a whole bunch
of characters in space, but they're not looking lost anymore. Keep reading to get a good look at Roche's inking skills on the black and white lineart, plus colors by Josh Burcham!
So when you look at this, do you focus on the spidery legs - Airachnid? Blackarachnia? Tarantulas, fresh off his appearance in Sins of the Wreckers
? - or do you focus on Onslaught and Blast Off? Whatever drew your eye first, Till All Are One
artist Sara Pitre-Durocher has posted some looks at the making of the cover, including several sketch passes where the pose of the Combaticons was refined, and a color test! Keep reading to see!
If Elita-One won't allow Carcer to fight the Undead Titans, Windblade will go and ask herself. Thus begins a daring raid to gain access to the Titan's brain module... but the first minds that Windblade's team have to contend with are the fine military minds of Strika and Obsidian. "Desperate Measures" is written by Mairghread Scott with art by Sara Pitre-Durocher and color by Joana Lafuente. Click here to read the review!
IDW Publishing tweeted an image of the cover to the upcoming one-shot The Transformers vs GI Joe: The Movie
comic book. The official comic book adaptation of the (non-existent) movie adaptation of the original comic book, this offers a brand new adventure that surely defies any prediction given Tom Scioli is still at the helm, and - as RAC often humorously remarked - probably doing everything up to and including milling the paper himself to see this last story produced. We've mirrored the cover image, click through to take a look!
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