Newsarama has posted the full length preview for next Wednesday's Transformers
#48, featuring the improbable teamup of Buster and D.0.C, which may give us the answer to the ultimate question: Who will be written with more depth and personality, Marissa Faireborn, or Thundercracker's dog? Click through to check out the preview, and come back early next week when we bring you the first review of the issue!
Newsarama has posted the full preview for More Than Meets The Eye
issue 47 today, showing the potential soap-opera-with-robots already in progress. This issue will reach shops next Wednesday alongside the first issue of Sins of The Wreckers
, and we'll have the review for you first right here early next week. Meanwhile, keep reading to have a look at the preview pages - but beware of spoilers!
Next week will see the long awaited sequel to Last Stand of The Wreckers
hit shops with Sins of The Wreckers
#1. And as per usual on a Friday before, newsarama has posted the preview for the issue. Featuring a couple new pages versus the various other early looks we've been granted so far, this will have to hold you over until new comic day next week. And of course, new comic review day, which happens here just a bit earlier! Click through to check out the preview.
CONQUERORS, part 3! It all comes down to this... the fate of the AUTOBOTS, the survival of the human race, and the existence of a post-war CYBERTRON depends on the two greatest heroes in TRANSFORMERS history: BUSTER the dog and D.0.C. the drone.
As leaked early today by Newsarama, February will be bringing milestone issues and more for the Transformers titles. Thanks to Previews World we now have the full solicitations for February 2016, which besides the 50th issues of both More Than Meets The Eye
and The Transformers
, also sees a new issue of Transformers vs GI Joe, and the third volume of The IDW Collection: Phase 2. Keep reading for cover images and summaries!
While we're expecting the regular solicitation releases later tonight, Newsarama has gone ahead and posted details for the milestone 50th issues of More Than Meets The Eye
and The Transformers
. TF #50 will see a variant cover by Jonathan Hickman, in addition to covers by Andrew Griffith, Casey Coller, and Mike Choi. It's also revealed here that both issues will be double size, bringing us lots of Transformers goodness in February! Keep reading for the summaries and bullet points for the issues, plus the cover previews.
As is their custom, Newsarama has led early with the preview for next week's Transformers comic, bringing us our first look at Transformers #47, due to hit shops next Wednesday. Even these few early pages carry lots of the current plot threads within, and the full issue is sure to be a great read - which you can find out early next week when we bring you the first review of the issue! Until then, click through to have a look at the preview pages.
FRIENDSHIP ISN'T MAGIC! TAILGATE has a choice to make—and if he had any idea what was at stake, he'd think twice before making it. The crew is ripped apart as MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE begins the sprint towards its shocking 50th issue! -Updated with full-page images.
Artist Brendan Cahill has tweeted this afternoon showing off the retailer incentive cover art he's done for November's issue of More Than Meets The Eye
. In honor of Sins of The Wreckers
launching next month, this cover features part of the team the starred in Last Stand of The Wreckers
. In this preview we get to see the clean cover art both in finished lines, as well as with Joana Lafuente's colors completing it. Click through to check it out!
It's Friday, and that means Newsarama is again publishing the preview for next week's Transformers comics early. More Than Meets The Eye
46 will conclude the current Scavengers story when it hits shops next Wednesday. We'll have the review for you here first early next week, and until then you can keep reading to have a look at the full preview!
Artist and writer Nick Roche spoke recently to Bleedingcool about Sins of The Wreckers, the upcoming sequel to the hit Last Stand of The Wreckers, due out next month. Along with some general background for the series, Nick talks about the mindset of making Transformers comics with IDW, as well as a bit from his work outside of the robots. We have a quick excerpt from the article, so keep reading to check that out and get a link back to the full interview!
Newsarama is bringing the previews early once again, this time jumping ahead for next week's release of the double-size Transformers: Redemption one-shot starring Slag - er, Slug and the Dinobots. As usual you can expect to find our review of this book first early next week, and for now click through to have a look at the mirrored preview pages and watch a triceratops get arrested in a bar. What's not to like?
What does it mean to be a DECEPTICON in a postwar universe? Was MEGATRON's rise to power the inevitable consequence of configurative determinism? Is it possible to "disprove" an ideology? Who decided that all the badges should be purple? In this issue, the Scavengers ponder at least one of these questions. The Scavengers continue to return! The countdown to issue 50 begins here!
Just in are the first looks at the IDW offerings for January, a surprisingly light month in Transformers comics as it appears right now! Previews World has posted the lists for the start of 2016, but notably absent is Robots in Disguise Animated
, leaving us with only The Transformers
and More Than Meets The Eye
's 49th issues, and the third installment of Sins of The Wreckers
. We'll watch the situation for more info to arise, but meanwhile click through for the summaries and cover previews.
Newsarama has rushed to the front of the line again bringing the first look at the preview for next Wednesday's Transformers comic release. "Conquerors Part 1" looks to be laying clear groundwork for the storyline that was revealed in a recent interview where Optimus Prime moves to conquer Earth for its own good. We will as always bring you the first review of this issue early next week, so be here for that, and meanwhile click through for the mirrored preview pages!
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