This is it! The last issue of Tom Scioli and John Barber's unique comics epic is expected next week, and we've got the iTunes 3-page preview for you. How will they wrap it all up in a single issue? No way to tell, but there's already some spectacular panels on display in just these three pages. Keep reading to see!
Comic Book Resources goes behind the scenes with IDW's people who are leading the charge on the mega-massive IDW REVOLUTION crossover extravaganza!!... Which, many of you may be asking yourself what is this cross over stuff?
That's where this video comes to the rescue to explain what on earth, and space, is going on in this ultr-verse where giant robots been everyone else in the Hasbro Universe with MASK, GI Joe, ROM, Micronaughts, and how, where, how, who, how, what... Anyways watch that video below about what is in store from IDW REVOLUTION.
Next week, the eagerly-awaited first issue of Transformers: Till All Are One
hits the stands! (Well, comic shops and digital, really, since few newsstands carry comics anymore. But anyway
) IDW has posted the Retailer Incentive cover by Alex Milne, regular artist on More Than Meets The Eye
, with colors by Josh Perez! Milne himself followed up with the lineart for the cover on Twitter. We've mirrored the files here - keep reading to see!
There were likely no small number of fans eagerly awaiting the scene in MTMTE #53
where Whirl and Cyclonus talk about their feelings... or more specifically where Cyclonus was goaded into talking about his feelings towards Tailgate. Now it's revealed that before Hayato Sakamoto had been brought in, regular artist Alex Milne had completed inks on his
version of those two pages! Keep reading to see them mirrored here - and don't worry about spoilers, as lettering had not been completed yet!
ALL HAIL OPTIMUS—part 5! OPTIMUS PRIME orders all all-out siege against the DECEPTICONS… leaving himself wide open to a counterattack by the human forces. Which is just what GALVATRON wanted all along…
TapInto reports that Bob Budiansky, original G1 comic writer and one of the forces behind the Hasbro's co-development of Transformers with Marvel Comics, will be holding a comic book workshop in Fanwood, New Jersey on June 7th! Budiansky, also an artist, still does private art commissions and will be focusing on the art of comic illustration in this workshop at the Patricia Kuran Cultural Arts Center. Keep reading for more details!
Newsarama has the full press release for IDW's Revolution event! More details are given on the nature of the crossover event as well as creative teams for the crossover series as well! All three main TF books - The Transformers, More Than Meets The Eye, and Till All Are One
- have been announced. Two out of three have their regular creative teams, though Naoto Tsushima will be temporarily subbing for Sara Pitre-Durocher on art for TAAO. Keep reading for more details!
In 2009, More Than Meets The Eye
writer James Roberts made his sort-of professional writing debut on IDW's Transformers comics with a credit on All Hail Megatron
#15, later co-writing Last Stand Of The Wreckers
with Nick Roche. But Roberts almost joined IDW's Transformers team even earlier! Nick Roche has posted initial designs he produced for Spotlight: Octane
, a one-shot pitched to IDW with Roberts as co-writer. Click through for more details and a look at Roche's nifty Cybertronian Octane design!
Entertainment Weekly has just posted a story about Comixology's new monthly subscription service, Comixology Unlimited! The service offers unlimited access to a pool of comics for USD $5.99 a month - and judging by good ol' Ironhide being smack-dab in the middle of the site's promotional image, which we've included here, odds seem good Transformers comics will be in the mix! We're not sure yet which ones or how many, but keep reading for details!
The 2016 Eisner Award nominations recognized IDW Publishing and its imprints, Top Shelf, The Library of American Comics, and Yoe! Books with a combined ten nods (nine nominations and one shared nomination) this year, with books being represented in multiple categories including Best Publication for Teens, Best Reality-Based Work, Best Archival Collection/Project—Strips, and more. Unfortunately, no Transformers comics were chosen, but we're here to celebrate with IDW for all their support. Read on for the full press release.
Comics Alliance has dropped the Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #55 Brendan Cahill’s ROM the Space Knight variant cover and details. The battle against the DECEPTICON JUSTICE DIVISION is finally over, and for the few AUTOBOTS left standing, all that’s left are words. Four words, to be precise. Four terrible words, millions of years old, that gave the DECEPTICONS their name. Read on for the full details and cover image.
Comicosity has posted the covers to the second issue of IDW's upcoming Till All Are One
series! The main cover by Sara Pitre-Durocher is a more painterly cover featuring Windblade and Metroplex, while the alternate cover by Pitre-Durocher and Thomas Deer spotlights the soon-to-return-to-comics ROM the Spaceknight! Keep reading to see both!
Out next week is the next to last issue of The Transformers vs GI Joe
, and via Comics Alliance we have our first look at the full length preview for the issue. With the end drawing near, it looks like there's little time to waste to get things in motion to reach whatever sort of conclusion Tom Scioli and John Barber have in store for this title that has consistently done its best to defy any expectations for the duration of its run. Keep reading to see the preview pages, but of course be wary of spoilers!
WELCOME TO THE TERROR DROME! As the forces of COBRA plot a treacherous move, OPTIMUS PRIME descends in to CYBERTRONIAN hell in search of the MATRIX. They say the sun also rises… but will it be friend or foe?!
Just up on Previews is the details and one of two incentive covers for Transformers #52. The comic written by John Barber will have covers by Livio Ramondelli and Andrew Griffith is listed to be released to stores and online on April 27, 2016. In part 3 of the All Hail Optimus Prime series, the more things change the more things stay the same. Read on to see the full listing details, and all the covers, thanks to Josh and Andrew.
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