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After seeing Nick Roche's cover used for most of the solicitations and early advertisements for Lost Light #6, now we have a look at Jack Lawrence's cover, posted by Lawrence himself! As he describes it, "It's got Megatron on it somewhere." And he sure looks decisively unhappy at that. Will Megatron's vow not to fight be tested again in the coming issue? We'll find out soon enough, but for now keep reading to check out the cover!

The solicits for this coming August are out, just a little bit early via Forces of Geek, and we have three Transformers-relevant titles to expect. Sadly not present on this list is Till All Are One, but we do have Lost Light #9, Optimus Prime #10, and the second installment of the five part miniseries Rom vs Transformers: Shining Armor. We got the blurbs and some cover image preview, which you can find in the full article below.

The regular cover for issue 8 of Optimus prime does not in fact feature Optimus Prime, but is a neat Jazz piece by the regular series art team of Kei Zama and Josh Burcham. The cover was originally revealed by previews World, and subsequently, the artists have shared the in-progress versions of it, giving us a look at the clean art with and without colors applied. Kei Zama will not be contributing interior art for this issue, so be sure to enjoy her lines on the cover when the issue hits shops in June. Find the three iterations of the cover in the gallery below!

By way of Newsarama, as usual, we;ve got our early look at the full length preview for next week's Transformers comic. On the schedule for May 24th is Optimus Prime issue 7, featuring interior art by Priscilla Tramontano. The issue, "The Next Day" follows up on the just-concluded Junkion invasion storyline, as well as taking a look in the flashback timeframe at the fallout from that side of the story. We've got the preview mirrored below, click through to take a look, and be sure to watch for our review early next week!

Here's one that went under the radar for a little while! Transformers Salvation is the third part of a trilogy comprised by previous one-shots Punishment, and Redemption, once again featuring the team of John Barber and Livio Ramondelli. Previews World has posted the subscription variant cover, and at some point since the solicitations for June hit back in March, the main cover was also posted. You can find both of those below. The comic is expected in shops on June 14th.

Previews World has updated their listings for next month's issue 8 of Optimus Prime with the subscriber and retail incentive cover variants, and they're definitely worth seeing! The subscriber cover by Andrew Griffith features Jetfire set out somewhere to stargaze with what must be a relatively massive telescope. The incentive cover is by James Raiz, and is an inventive portrait of Optimus Prime with a fantastic use of negative space to define a silhouette of Prime's head on the background. We've mirrored both covers, keep reading to take a look!

With the Junkion invasion resolved peacefully, Optimus Prime takes a moment to plan the Autobot's next move on Earth. Written by John Barber, art by Priscilla Tramontano. Expected in shops on Wednesday, May 24, 2017. Keep reading to see the preview and variant covers!

Via Newsarama we've got an only-slightly early look at the full preview for this month's issue of Lost Light, due in shops on Wednesday. The Functionist Universe story marches on with, well, probably at least one more issue before it's concluded and we move on to other business? Maybe that whole mutineer situation? Any event, you can view the preview below, and be sure to check back for our review of the issue coming a littler later tonight!

And to continue the variant cover reveals for today, we've got the subscription cover to Lost Light #6, featuring lines by Alex Milne and colors by Josh Perez. Previews World has an unusually small cover image up for this version, but no need to worry because Josh shared a larger, clean version with colors, and Alex shared his uncolored line art. Take pity on this man, who had to draw all of those tiny little gear teeth. The various forms of the cover can all be found in the post below!

We've a few weeks until the expected release day for the next issue of Till All Are One, and Previews World is either trying to help hold us over until then, or really kill us with the wait. Whichever the intent, they've posted the variant covers for issue 10. The subscription cover is by Priscilla Tramontano, and the incentive cover is a bonus second piece of cover art from series artist Sara Pitre-Durocher. Sara has also shared the clean version of the incentive cover on her Twitter, and you can find all three images in the gallery below!

Though issue 9 only reached shops yesterday, the iTunes store now has the early three-page preview up for Till All Are One #10. But while the first preview is up already, the issue itself is not expected to be out for purchase until the 31st. We've mirrored (and aspect-ratio-corrected) the three page preview for you, click through to find it below! As Starscream faces down the encroaching machinations of Elita One, he enlists Blast Off to help him bring Bruticus back!

Get ready to head back to the comic shops next Wednesday, because it's almost time for the newest issue of the current-best Transformers title, Till All Are One. Coming from Newsarama we have the full length preview for issue 9, featuring an extended courtroom scene. Will we be in store for a full issue of Law & Order: Cybertron? Guess we'll have to wait until next week to find out! Click through to see the preview pages.

From the iTunes store tonight we've got the early edition preview of Lost Light #5, featuring seemingly not the first three pages of the issue, but definitely three pages from this issue and the continuing adventures on Functionist Cybertron. And from writer James Roberts we have an extra two panels not included in the iTunes selection as an extra bonus for first look. It's all in the gallery below, click through to check it out!

This month's issue of Optimus Prime is out today, and you can read our review here! Next issue's cover has been revealed by artist Kei Zama, both in lineart form and in its final look as colored by Josh Burcham. Keep reading to see!

NEW CYBERTRON-CONCLUSION! As the Junkions reveal their ultimate plan, Optimus Prime makes a decision that will define the relationship between Earth and Cybertron for all time... but will Arcee be able to live with the fallout?

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