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ESCAPE FROM PRIMUS! With Earth no more, the G.I. Joe team battles to make Cybertron their new home—but Megatron has something to say about that. Hint: it’s “no, I’m not going to let you do that.” Plus: the secret history of Duke!




By way of the unusual source of Google Books, we have the full length preview for issue 49 of More Than Meets The Eye. While the issue is evidently not due to hit shops until February 10th, we can go ahead and check out the opening few pages that'll wrap up this final story before the book hits the 50 issue mark. Be sure to watch here early on release week for the first review of the issue, and until then keep reading if you want to take a look at the preview!




SHUTDOWN! A vengeful god stalks the corridors of the Lost Light, murdering everyone who makes eye contact. The crew must answer two questions: Why have they been singled out for punishment? And how do you stop someone who can kill you just by thinking about it?




Mesothulas reveals himself to Prowl as the Wreckers try (and fail) to cope with the Noisemaze. The only ones left on the outside are Impactor and Kup... and they've got a Beast War to attend to before they can reach the others. Transformers: Sins of The Wreckers #3 is written and drawn by Nick Roche with colors by Josh Burcham. Click here to go to the review!




On Newsarama, the full preview for next week's third installment of Sins Of The Wreckers has been posted. And if you're following along this miniseries, make sure to enjoy the issue next week, as the title will be taking a break until April, when it'll pick up at issue 4. Keep reading to see the preview pages, and come back early next week for the review, first on TFormers.




Tonight we have the first looks at the April offerings from IDW by way of Previews World. Sins of The Wreckers returns from a short hiatus, as well as Transformers vs GI Joe promising its next issue. More Than Meets The Eye boasts perhaps the shortest solicitation blurb in the history of comics, and we round out with The Transformers and collected edition of Windblade Vol.2 and Robots in Disguise Animated. Keep reading for cover previews and blurbs!




SECRETS AND SINS! PROWL's past-shrouded in mystery-begins to come to light... and the revelations aren't pretty. But to get ahold of the missing AUTOBOT, the WRECKERS will have to face... the NOISEMAZE.




Newsarama has posted the early look at the full preview for next week's The Transformers issue 49, the conclusion of the "Conquerors" story arc. The bullet points for the issue note that the issue's final page will "change everything", and with issue 50 next month launching the "All Hail Optimus" story, I bet we can guess how that last page might go down. Keep reading for the preview, and come back early next week for the review of the issue first on TFormers.




CONQUERORS: CONCLUSION! The most dramatic action ever taken by an AUTOBOT sets the stage for next month's mammoth issue 50. Earth and CYBERTRON. OPTIMUS PRIME and GALVATRON. SOUNDWAVE and COSMOS. It all comes together at four billion miles an hour.




Earlier today, More Than Meets The Eye received the win in the Continued Excellence In Serial Comics category in the Comics Alliance Awards. And now the writer of the book has himself been recognized. Topping notables like Kieron Gillen, James Roberts has been named Outstanding Writer of 2015 for his work on MTMTE. Our congratulations to James, who has pushed the envelope in his writing over the last year, and has certainly earned notoriety for his work! We've quoted the award paragraph, click through to read that, and for a link to read the remainder of the results in the category!




Beating out critically-acclaimed titles such as Lumberjanes and Saga, More Than Meets The Eye has won Comics Alliance's Continued Excellence In Serial Comics award! Congratulations to James Roberts, Alex Milne, Joana Lafuente, Brendan Cahill, Hayato Sakamoto and everyone else who has worked on MTMTE in the past year. Keep reading for the announcement, and a link to the full list of runners-up!




It's the middle Wednesday of the month, and that means it's time once again to see what's coming a few months down the road in Transformers comics. Headed our way in March, we'll be seeing the issues 51 of both More Than Meets The Eye and The Transformers, and omnibus reprint of Dreamwave's Transformers Armada, and of course the What If style one shot Transformers: Deviations. Keep reading for summaries and cover previews!




FROSTY RECEPTION! THE WRECKERS journey to Nome, Alaska to track down the number one suspect in PROWL's disappearance-their former human ally, VERITY CARLO!




HOLIDAYS IN THE STARS! Three stories about three casts and three unique holiday adventures! You'll laugh, you'll cry, and you'll never look at CYBERTRON-or the holidays-the same way again!




Comics Alliance has posted its CA Best of 2015 Nominees for Continued Excellence in Serial Comics, and MTMTE has made the list! Sharing the nomination with such other critical darlings as Lumberjanes, Saga, and Astro City, you can keep reading the article to go to the ComicsAlliance site and vote for your favorite!



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