seems to still hold a significant place in people's hearts, because Chris McFeely
has posted to Twitter that "Trial and Error," the TFNation-exclusive fan-produced conclusion to the Animated
story, will be seeing a second printing due to overwhelming demand! Excellent news for those of us who couldn't go to England to get a copy. Keep reading for the announcement!
One of the great tragedies of Transformers Animated
is that it never had a proper ending. Top UK Fan convention TFNation is aiming to correct that with the announcement of their exclusive fan comic! Co-written by Transformers historian Chris McFeely
and Allspark Almanac
author Jim Sorenson
with a trio of great artists, Trial & Error
closes out the Animated story with a new 60-page story exclusive to TFNation. Keep reading for details!
This SUPERSIZED 48-page edition of Transformers: Timelines offers the first all-new comic continuation of the Transformers: Animated cartoon series. Dubbed season 3.5, this brand new comic adventure “Stunti-Con Job” is written by Transformers: Animated Story Editor Marty Isenberg with new concepts and characters developed by Cartoon Network’s Art Director Derrick J. Wyatt. Also included is 16 pages of additional Allspark Almanac content developed exclusively for this awesome comic offering. A must read for Transformers fans!
Transformers artist Marcelo Matere has revealed that he has finished work on a Transformers Animated project and "it's official stuff." Mr. Matere is a little coy on the work, but he writes "just finished another TF Animated stuff" in an update on his Twitter page and he thanks the community for their enthusiasm. "I would like to thank you everyone for the messages about my Animated stuff," he writes in an update on his Twitter page. "I love to work on these characters and can't wait to share it." Mr. Matere most recently worked on the sixth issue of the BotCon 2011 exclusive comic book series Timelines The Stunticon Job
Punch ticks off Lugnut in Interrogation. Story by Curt Lunsford. Art by E. Carpenter.
Letters by Franco Villa.
Lugnut really, really, really worships Megatron. To that creepy level, know what I'm saying? In 'Sermon', it involves visions of smiling Megatron clouds and fans in costumes. I bet he writes creepy fic.
Those lovable twins from Animated (I said lovable twins) star in Drop Test. Story by
Patrick Lennon. Art and Letters by Ger Hankey. Colors by Sam Palmer.
Transformers: Animated character designer and art director Derrick J. Wyatt has updated his blog
with this flier
for a signing he will attend of the soon to be released Allspark Almanac
a comprehensive visual guide to the TF:Animated universe. Also in attendance will be the books co-authors Jim Sorenson
and Bill Forester. The signing will take place Saturday, August 22nd at Emerald Knights
Comics in Burbank, California.
Free Comic Book Day
is upon us again! Don’t forget to pick up the Transformers: Animated/G.I. Joe offering from IDW at your local comic shop tomorrow, May 2nd. The only thing better than Transformers comics are FREE Transformers comics.
Transformers Comic #23, on sale March 26, is a 68-page, giant sized, comic
strip packed issue, bulging at the staples with a heady mix of robot action.
Issue #23 is a must for Transformers Animated fans! For the next three
issues everyone¹s favourite Detroit based characters will be appearing in
Transformers Comic, as the story started in Transformers Animated Comic
continues. A quick update on the tale so far!
G.I. Joe and the Transformers kick off IDW's Free Comic Book Day 09 promotional comic with three great stories! First up is an 11-page Transformers Animated tale that features a young Optimus Prime in his days at the Autobot Academy. Next is not one, but two great G.I. Joe stories - a six-page story written by the maestro behind-the-series today, and the second written by the maestro behind the series originally! Secrets are revealed and action abounds! See the cover now over at ComicNewsi.com
To celebrate the release of Transformers Animated: The Arrival #5 this week by IDW Publishing, our comic book sister-site Comic News International
has a five-page preview of the issue. The issue focuses on a young Optimus Prime having an unsettling encounter during his days at the Autobot Academy and an offbeat tale featuring Blitzwing, Lugnut, and Swindle! Read about it all at ComicNewsI.com
Titan's "Transformers Animated" comic book series hit shelves today in the UK, and the book's exclusive character, previously known as Sideswipe, is now known as Afterburner. Additionally, the story's title, which was previously "Swiped," has been changed to "Burnout." Afterburner is confirmed to be an Autobot character, and issue one of Titan's "Animated" comic book is currently the only place to see him.
Thanks to TheBoo from Deviant Art who just posted an official cover image for IDW's #6 issue on his site
. This cover gives fans their first view of the controversial Jetfire and Jetstorm characters that will appear in the next season of the cartoon. You may view the cover art work
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