The remaining crew of the vanished Lost Light
search for clues
among its wreckage, but find only more questions, and a single, terrifying
answer waiting for them within. Written by James Roberts, art by Alex Milne,
with colors by Joana Lafuente. Read the full review!
In the past, Prowl questions if Optimus Prime is capable of leading the Autobots in to the future, while in the present, Prowl's pursuit of his own ends jeopardize the discovery of Alpha Trion in the custody of the humans. "Earthfall: Chapter 5" Written by John Barber, Art by Andrew Griffith and Brendan Cahill, with colors by Josh Perez and Joana Lafuente. Read the full review
In the ruins of Harmonex, Dead Trypticon lies dreaming... until Megatron comes to wake him. Primacy #1
is written by Chris Metzen and Flint Dille with art by Livio Ramondelli, letters by Chris Mowry.Continue to full review
Aside from being name-reused in one of the movies, G1 Roadbuster has gotten some decent attention in updates, but always as recolors. First of a Hot Shot, then from Swindle in largely wrong colors. So it's satisfying enough just to get a purpose-made Roadbuster toy, especially following on from Whirl. Add one of my favorite supplemental play features lately, and all signs point to something very enjoyable! Keep reading!
The dub for Robots in Disguise in 2001 grabbed a lot of people's attention while it aired, but little has had ongoing staying power with most fans. Sky-Byte is one such element, thanks in no small part to the voice performance of Peter Spellos. Having previously been updated in a Botcon box set, as well as getting a new life in IDW's comic continuity, the character's popularity is well acknowledged. It's not too surprising for Sky-Byte to get a retail update in the 30th anniversary Generations line, but was Voyager really the right size class to put it in...? Keep reading!
Jazz reminisces over his role in the war and the peace as he infiltrates a human base to locate a Cybertronian life sign. Things, of course, do not go according to plan. "Earthfall Part 4: Full Fathom Five" is written by John Barber with art by Andrew Griffith with flashbacks by Guido Guidi and Brendan Cahill. Colors by Josh Perez and Joana Lafuente. Continue to full review
Endgame! Windblade must discover the truth of the bombing, Metroplex's deterioration, and how it fits together. But with support falling away, time is running out and she may have to give up everything to find the answer. Written by Mairghread Scott, art by Sarah Stone. Read the full review
Rattrap getting on the list of Generations remakes was a surprise at the time. But not really an unwelcome one. Plus it brings us close to the main first season Maximal cast of Beast Wars being completely remade. We're only short an Optimus Primal taking after the style of the original. But it might be nice to see the Predacons get some more attention... Continue reading
Folded in to the IDW universe to justify placement in a pack-in comic book, Tankor has since become a supporting cast member in the Windblade miniseries, beginning to gain an identity besides being the result of product placement. Which is good, because this Tankor is probably still a little too small to interact well with Maximals... Read the review!
ExVee finishes off the most recent wave of Transformers Generations Legends with Tailgate, based on the iteration of the character from IDW's More Than Meets The Eye! But it's not exactly the little gem that Skrapnel/Shrapnel was... Watch the review now!
In a new TFormers.com video review, ExVee takes a look at Legends Class Skrapnel and Reflector, a long overdue Classics take on Shrapnel with a surprisingly well-detailed Reflector partner figure! Click here to continue to the review!
Youtube user Benscollectables has uploaded a pair of video reviews featuring the still unreleased pair of Generations Rattrap and Tankor, due very soon from their reshuffled case assortment. Check out both embedded videos for a good look at each toy and to find out what to expect when these start hitting retail!
Last of the wave, but certainly not least! Completing a trio of Seeker figures all released at regular retail within the space of a year, War For Cybertron Skywarp may only merit a cameo in his own pack-in comic, but he's an Excellent toy regardless. Continue to full review
It's the figure nobody expected! A reasonably obscure Double Targetmaster from 1988, Scoop returns to the modern Transformers toyline with his signature gimmick completely intact. Plus, he's amazingly, vividly orange. Continue to full review
A Mini-Con combiner that isn't a fragile, fragile statue? A combiner team whose robot modes aren't uniformly bad? An Armada-style Mini-Con Team with six out of seven good modes? The Mini-Con Assault Team AKA Centuritron is all of these things and more. Continue to full review
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