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.
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 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.
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.
Chaos breaks out on Cybertron as Scorponok's radical gene therapy pits Autobot against Autobot. Simon Furman scripts "Natural Selection Part Three," art by Andrew Wildman and Stephen Baskerville, John-Paul Bove colors, and Chris Mowry letters.Continue to full review
A bunch of Autobots walk in to a bar. Somehow this is not the set up of a horrible joke, but rather the bulk of issue 13 of More Than Meets The Eye. Things only get better from there. Story by James Roberts, Pencils by Guido Guidi, Inks by John Wycough, Juan Castro, Guido Guidi, and Marc Deering, Colors by Josh Burcham and Joana Lafuente. Read the full review
Immediately after the end of issue 13 of the previous Transformers ongoing series (from November 2010) Megatron begins to put his house back together after it has fallen to nearly total collapse under three years of Starscream's rule. Story and art by Nick Roche, Colors by Len O'Grady. Read the full review
Millions of years ago, Thundercracker explores his doubts about himself, the Decepticons, and his place among them while leading a team on the hunt for Metroplex. Story by John Barber, art by Chee, colors by Ronda Pattison. Read the full review.
As Scorponok sets his plan in motion, a familiar face appears to the robotomized Starscream on Earth in "Natural Selection Part Two." Simon Furman scripts, the penciling and inking team remains Andrew Wildman and Stephen Baskerville, John-Paul Bove colors, and Chris Mowry is still on lettering. Continue to full review
As Iacon burns and the Autobots struggle against the rioting Decepticons, Prowl's plans come to light - and fruition. "The Verge" is written by John Barber with art by Andrew Griffith, colors by Josh Perez and lettering by Shawn Lee.Continue to full review
From battle comes casualties, a reality that strikes all too close for several of The Lost Light's
crew who are left to cope with the aftermath of combat as More Than Meets The Eye
closes out its first year. Written by James Roberts, art by Alex Milne and Brendan Cahill, with inks by Atilio Rojo, Alex Milne, and Brian Shearer, and colors by Josh Burcham. Read the full review.
After a lengthy hiatus, Transformers: Spotlight returns. Very much like the recently concluded storyline from More Than Meets The Eye, we're treated to another Young Orion Pax Adventure set millions of years ago. (and a flashback to earlier that afternoon.) Story by James Roberts, Pencils by Steve Kurth with inks by Juan Castro and colors by J. Aburtov and Graphikslava. Read the full review.
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