A double-issue to tie it all up, and every wild idea left in the memory banks gets thrown at us. Transformers vs. GI Joe #13
is written by Tom Scioli and John Barber with art, colors, and lettering by Scioli. Click through to read the review!
Someone is taking a very forceful look into the minds of Decepticons... and the most obvious suspect is kinda
the ruler of Cybertron. But like everything with Starscream, it's not that simple. The third ongoing book is here! "07:00:00"
is written by Mairghread Scott with art by Sara Pitre-Durocher and colors by Priscilla Tramontano. Click here to read the review!
RAC reviews Kids Logic Devastator, a really attractive high-end figure with lights, sounds, and a lot of articulation! But also a few issues with fragility - some likely isolated to this copy of the figure and some more likely to be systemic. Click here to go to the review
and see for yourself!
Within the heart of Cybertron, Duke and the Autobots race out of the collapsing Primus chamber! All seems lost, but a familiar bereted figure jumps in to save the day... and probably not the one you expect. "Escape From Primus" is written by Tom Scioli and John Barber with art, colors, and lettering by Scioli. Continue to the review!
Jay over at TNI has posted a new video review and images for the Transformers Masterpiece MP-27 Ironhide figure that is shipping out to fans now. Get the scoop on this suped-up version of the Generation 1 character from Takara's awesome MasterPiece line. Read on to see the video and image gallery below.
Optimus Prime is dead. Earth is dead. Megatron reigns over Cybertron with the help of Cobra. But not unopposed! GI Joe and the Autobots live... for now. "Kill The Cook" is written by Tom Scioli and John Barber with art, colors, and lettering by Scioli. Backup text story "Black Cybertron" written Scioli and Barber. Continue to the review!
The long awaited sequel to Last Stand of the Wreckers
begins this week! It's the question everybody's asking: Where's Prowl? Arcee doesn't know. Kup doesn't know. The Wreckers don't know... but Verity Carlo might. Sins of The Wreckers #1
is written and drawn by Nick Roche with colors by Josh Burcham.Continue to the full review!
Arcee is still the same Generations mold with all its flaws. Save one - this figure has new hands in order to heft the massive Combiner Slayer sword! How did it turn out, and in the end is the entire set worth it? RAC weighs in on that issue and more! Continue to the review!
The SDCC Kre-O exclusive for the year is a pile of fun toys and references to pop culture, all plucked from 1985 and wrapped up in a spiffy yearbook package. And in addition to an attractive presentation, it's also the most cost-effective Comic-Con exclusive of the year! Continue to the review for video and photos!
So Hot Spot, Rook, and Streetwise were all pretty great, Blades is decent, and First Aid is okayish. But, how do the Protectobots do working together? RAC has the answers in his review of Defensor, the eagerly awaited third full combiner to join the Combiner Wars! Continue To The Review!
Streetwise is a patient and skilled tracker who would prefer to incapacitate and arrest his opponents rather than killing them. Fast but prone to overheating as a police car, he's perfectly fine bringing in Decepticons with their lives intact - if not maybe their arms or legs. Read on for the full review!
A gentle, kind-hearted Autobot, First Aid wants to heal everyone and everything. And as a member of the Protectobots he's set out to do just that with the help of his surgical fist lasers, (de)crystallizer cannon, and... Medical Axe? Read on for the full review!
Shanna O'Hara has a serious mental condition. She believes that she is part of a special military task force whose goal is to repel an invasion of giant, living robots. Can Doctor Mindelbinder help her overcome her delusions and return to her idyllic life in suburban Springfield? Headmasters
is written by Tom Scioli and John Barber, with art, colors, and lettering by Scioli.
The newest member of the Protectobots, Rook is fresh out of Cybertronian Military Academy, and he's a tank. Well, an armored vehicle. But functionally he's a tank, the team's big bruiser. But a bruiser with a head for tactics - if he figures out how to apply them in the field. Continue to the review!
Personally I'm not a big fan of the misleading type of April Fool's Day prank. I'd rather just do something silly. So today, we have a review of a landmark figure: the first third-party figure to be knocked off and sold in an Easter basket at US mass-market. Appearing in baskets at Walgreens, Robot Warrior Series Airplane Model began live as Fansproject Explorer, which in turn was based on Combaticon Blast-Off. Continue to full review
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