with more info from the panel! Radio Free Cybertron's diecast just Tweeted this photo from IDW's panel at New York Comic Con! All Hail Optimus
begins with The Transformers
issue #50, with regular team John Barber writing and Andrew Griffith drawing. Keep reading to see the slide and get more TF news from the panel, but beware some potential SPOILERS
for the current Transformers story arc!
CONQUERORS Part 1! OPTIMUS PRIME struggles to find his place on CYBERTRON where half the population hates him and the other half worships him. Meanwhile, on Earth, GALVATRON doesn't care what anybody thinks. (W) John Barber (A) Sara Pitre-Durocher (CA) Andrew Griffith In Shops: 10/21/2015
In The Transformers
#45 out in shops and digital distribution today, one particularly notable new character design was introduced that left quite an impact. Issue artist Andrew Griffith has subsequently tweeted out a full, clean piece of art showing off the design for everyone to enjoy. Its role in the story makes giving any more specific identification a matter of rather significant spoilers, so if you haven't read the issue yet I'd suggest holding off on going on to check out the image, but otherwise keep reading for a look at some cool mechanical design work!
After the short version appeared some while back via iTunes, Newsarama is rushing the full preview out for The Transformers
issue 45, featuring at least a couple extra pages of this issue's content than we got to see previously. As usual, you can check out the preview here by clicking the title link, and then be right here next week for our review of this issue!
Newsarama is back to jumping the gun extra early this week, bringing out the preview for More Than Meets The Eye
#45, featuring the long-awaited return of the Scavenger team not seen since... cripes, was that really 2012? It's the followup story three years in the making, so check out the preview, then be back here early next week to get the first review right here!
Make a list of every single DECEPTICON. Remove the warriors, the high-rankers, the loyal foot soldiers, the over-achievers, and anyone who's ever made even a modest contribution to The Cause. You should now have five names left. Welcome back, guys.
Newsarama has jumped out just a little bit early, bringing us the full preview for the final issue of Windblade
vol.2. As usual, we'll have a review of the issue first for you right here later tonight, so be sure to be back here for that. Meanwhile, keep reading to check out the preview pages! "WINDBLADE and STARSCREAM race to claim the lost colony lead by the mysterious ELITA ONE! But who will recruit the brutal army so long removed from CYBERTRON-and can ELITA's forces bring anything home... but war?"
Andrew Griffith, artist of The Transformers
(formerly subtitled Robots In Disguise
) tweeted an image of his cover with colorist Josh Burcham for Sins of the Wreckers #2! Scheduled for December, Griffith and Burcham have conjured up a nice, busy, crowded fight scene worthy of the Wreckers' attention. Click through to see!
It's that time once again! Previews World has updated their upcoming listings with what's on the plate from IDW at year's end, and there's a lot on the way! More than we can summarize in this short space, but among the unusual in December is a Holiday Special book, a reprint of Dreamwave's Transformers/GI Joe miniseries, IDW's Transformers vs GI Joe #10, and an apparent comic adaptation of the opening story of the current RID cartoon! Keep reading for covers and teasers!
IDW's Nick Roche has posted the first piece of interior artwork from the upcoming Transformers: Sins Of The Wreckers
! The sequel to the much-loved Last Stand Of The Wreckers
, Roche promises a high amount of "scowling Arcee" content, particularly in the first issue. That issue is due in November - in the meantime, keep reading to see the panel up close!
JETFIRE and KUP lead a team to investigate the mysterious ONYX system. Meanwhile, GALVATRON... well, GALVATRON just doesn't like anybody.
Newsarama has brought us another early look at the preview for next week's Transformers comic. More Than Meets The Eye
issue 44 will be hitting shops next Wednesday, after a slight delay - this was to be the August issue, remember. But better slightly late than not at all. Meanwhile, just as with the iTunes preview we'll warn that this preview contains perhaps more spoilers than usual, so keep that in mind before proceeding! Click through to read the preview pages and be back here early next week for the review.
Alex Milne has posted a clean copy of his cover for Sins of the Wreckers
#1! The much anticipated followup to the highly-acclaimed Last Stand of the Wreckers
will see Nick Roche returning as writer/artist with Josh Burcham as colorist. Milne's cover features Josh Perez on colors - keep reading to see!
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The iTunes store has posted its order page for the next issue of More Than Meets The Eye
, expected to hit shops the first Wednesday of September. As usual, the three page first look is included, but beware, it's some spoilery content! If that's not a problem for you, click through and check it out.
Fresh in from PreviewsWorld, we've got the first looks at what's on the way in Transformers books as we head in to the winter. The Transformers
and More Than Meets The Eye
dial in towards their 50-issue milestones, Sins of The Wreckers
kicks off its five issue run, and Robots In Disguise Animated
rounds out the month. This, plus a big TPB boxset of MTMTE, and the volume 2 collection of Transformers Vs GI Joe
! Keep reading for the covers and preview blurbs.
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