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Lug and her treasure-hunting partner Anode were the first new characters introduced within the pages of Transformers: Lost Light #1. (In fact, they were the first characters we saw in the book, em>period.) Now, LL regular artist Jack Lawrence has posted his original design sketch for Lug on Twitter. Keep reading to see!




An uneasy peace between Optimus Prime and the newly arrived Junkions is threatened by Soundwave’s discovery within their massive ship…




Rodimus and Co. find themselves in a dangerous place. Even more dangerous than on a planet that exploded from the inside. That’s already pretty dangerous. But where they are now? Oh boy.




The blog Adventures In Poor Taste has gone a little extra early in releasing the preview for next week's issue 6 of Till All Are One, continuing its storyline about the invading undead Titans. These preview pages show off a nice chunk of battle resulting of the Titans' return without giving away any hints of the issue's story, so this is an excellent non-spoily preview to go ahead and check out while you wait for the issue to release, and of course our review coming early next week. Keep reading!




Comics Alliance has declared Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye the best sci-fi comic of 2016! While the comic continues on as Lost Light with a new primary artist in Jack Lawrence, it seems fitting that the original team of James Roberts & Alex Milne receive some recognition as the second season of MTMTE comes to a close. Keep reading for more!




Via Comics Alliance we have our first look at the offerings from IDW for our March Transformers comics. A lighter month, we'll apparently just be seeing Lost Light and Optimus Prime's respective issues #5. Till All Are One is not present, and series artist Sara Pitre-Durocher has indicated on Twitter that the title is sitting out for a month's break between story arcs. Keep reading for the cover previews and story blurbs!




Optimus Prime artist Kei Zama has posted lineart from five of the preview pages for the first issue to her website, Steel And Starlight! The issue is out at comic shops and through digital distribution today, leading off the post-Revolution IDW/Hasbro universe landscape with a continuation of writer John Barber's work on Robots In Disguise - and Zama's striking lineart is a tremendous part of the issue's appeal. Keep reading to see the images, which we've mirrored here!




iTunes has posted the initial preview of the next issue of Transformers: Till All Are One! ...but there's a catch: artist Sara Pitre-Durocher has mentioned that the pages seem to be out of order on iTunes. Thus, we've reordered them in the gallery we've mirrored here! Keep reading to see!




Aaron Long of the site Comicosity has interviewed Optimus Prime writer John Barber and Artist Kei Zama in advance of the first issue's Wednesday debut! Within, Barber talks about the supporting cast, how Prime got to this point, and who he hears in his head when he's writing Optimus... and it's not always Peter Cullen. Kei Zama discusses how she conveys emotion with a robot cast, and how her approach to drawing robots differs from the more traditional depictions in Japanese art. Keep reading for excerpts and a link to the full interview!




We've now got the full preview available for Transformers: Lost Light #1, the "season 3" continuation of writer James Roberts' hit comic Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye! The story continues this Wednesday at comic shops and online, and you can get a taste here to acquaint yourself with new interior artist Jack Lawrence. Keep reading to see!




Via CBR we've got the full preview available for Optimus Prime #1 coming to comic shops and digital platforms this coming Wednesday after months of build up. John Barber carries on his writing role from The Transformers, and art for the new title provided by Kei Zama on lines and Josh Burcham on colors. And from what we've been able to see of the issue already, it looks like this is a fantastic team coming together. You can expect our full review to post early this coming week, and in the meantime find the preview pages mirrored below!




Previews World has gotten some time with IDW's John Barber. Having recently stepped down from his editorial job, Barber will continue to be writing for the Transformers with the launch of the new Optimus Prime title. The interview recaps the end of Revolution a bit, and tries to explain why Optimus Prime is getting a self-titled comic series, offering some insight toward the focus we can expect from the book. We have an excerpt below, and keep reading for a link to the original article.




RIPT Apparel, who you may know for their revolving door of short run t-shirt designs will soon be offering their own exclusive variant cover for the first issue of Lost Light, the successor title to More Than Meets The Eye. Artist Tim Lim has produced this cover which homages the classic 1986 Transformers The Movie poster, with the various elements from this comic taking the starring roles. Click through now to get a good look at the cover art!




Coming out Wednesday this week is the final IDW Transformers comic to carry the More Than Meets The Eye title. The Revolution tie-in one shot features the arrival of the Scavengers on Earth for a mission of critical importance! What could possibly go right? We will, of course, have our review up first early this week for you to read, and in the meantime you can continue on to the full article below for the solicit text and preview pages, via Newsarama!




The first preview of Transformers: Lost Light #1 is now up on iTunes! The "third season" of More Than Meets The Eye pairs writer James Roberts with artist Jack Lawrence and is due out sometime this month. Exactly as you might expect, this three-page preview gives no indication as to how the cliffhanger from the end of The Dying Of The Light will be resolved. But it does introduce some new characters! Keep reading to see it.



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