The long awaited sequel to Last Stand of the Wreckers
begins this week! It's the question everybody's asking: Where's Prowl? Arcee doesn't know. Kup doesn't know. The Wreckers don't know... but Verity Carlo might. Sins of The Wreckers #1
is written and drawn by Nick Roche with colors by Josh Burcham.Continue to the full review!
Getaway's emotional manipulation of Tailgate comes to its crushing conclusion. This one is going to hurt, kids. "The Lopsided Triangle", written by James Roberts, art by Brendan Cahill, colors by Joana Lafuente. Continue to the review.
It's almost the end of Combaticon Awareness Week, and so we come to a close on our reviews of the Deluxe members of the team with Swindle. The surprise star of the wave, surely Swindle sold his teammates' quality off in order to make himself better. I'm fine with this. Go check out our review, featuring video, plus text and photos to see why Swindle wins out and salvages the wave. And be sure to have a look at all of our Combaticon Awareness Week material! Click here to go to the review
Day 4 of Combaticon Awareness Week finally brings us to a new mold! Brawl held a lot of hopes for everyone wanting to start seeing new Combiner Wars molds again. But it seems that you really should be careful what you wish for. Watch our video review, as well as text and photo coverage to find out what's up with Brawl. We've got one more Deluxe Combaticon review to go, so be sure to check back for that soon! Click here to go to Brawl's review.
Combaticon Awareness Week continues, and today we're reviewing Blast Off. As the other straight recolor from the Deluxe assortment, Blast Off has been more the target of criticism. But if you look past the change of alt mode, where does the figure really find its highs and lows? We've got video plus text and photos to help answer those questions for you! There's still more reviews to come, so keep checking back and catch all our excellent Combaticon history articles. Meanwhile, click here
to go to the review!
It's our first review for Combaticon Awareness Week, and we're looking at Vortex, one of the two unmodified recolors of the Deluxe assortment. In our coverage featuring video as well as text and photos, we look at how the deco works out, plus some plastic tolerance issues. We'll have more reviews coming up to go along with out Combaticon history articles, so keep watching! Click here for the review!
The Torchbearers as it turns out are far less instantly enamored with Optimus Prime than the average Camien, as Optimus learns the hard way upon meeting with them in the Sea of Rust. Meanwhile, the Decepticons are ready to make their move and Needlenose isn''t going to let any Autobot stand in his way. "Conquerors, Part 2: Lagrange" written by John Barber, art by Sara Pitre-Durocher, colors by Josh Perez. Click here to read the review
When the new Duly Appointed Enforcer of The Tyrest Accord comes after them, what hope do the Scavengers have against Fortress Maximus, who killed 10,000 Decepticons at Simanzi? "Animals" written by James Roberts, pencils by Alex Milne, inks by Brian Shearer, John Livesay, John Wycough, and Alex Milne, colored by Joana Lafuente. Read the review!
Slug has hit rock bottom, and the other Dinobots are likely to be pulled down with him by their loyalty. But Slug may have a lifeline when a corrupt cop comes to him with a job that only the Dinobots can do. Written by John Barber, illustrated by Livio Ramondelli. Read the review!
Optimus Prime is given a strange notion by the Mistress of Flame, but his mind is more occupied with misgivings of how the Camiens perceive him versus the reality he lives with. Meanwhile some ways away, Galvatron readies to capitalize on the Earth-based Autobots' misfortunes. "Conquerors, Part 1: Aphelion", written by John Barber, with art by Sara Pitre-Durocher, colored by Josh Perez. Read the full review!
The questions increase as Jetfire digs deeper to try to solve the enigma of the Onyx code, leading to an ...unannounced visit to a secret facility on Earth. Meanwhile, Blackrock visits Spike to make a very unusual request! "The Nothing Man" written by John Barber, art by Andrew Griffith, colored by Josh Perez. Continue to the full review.
Meanwhile, elsewhere in space, a band of Decepticons left aimless in the current age of peace take a quick trip to try to capitalize on one of their disposable assets. But not everyone approves of this plan, and that''s not even the worst part of the day. "Some Of My Best Friends Are Autobots" written by James Roberts, pencils by Alex Milne, inks by Brian Schearer and Alex Milne, colored by Joana Lafuente. Special photography by Maziar Shahsafdari. Read the full review!
Starscream and Windblade compete directly for the alliance of the final Titan Colony and the influence it will bring over the council, but the warrior race they find may be more than either can handle. "The Will of The Few" written by Mairghread Scott, art by Corin Howell, colored by Thomas Deer with John-Paul Bove.
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Some mysteries should remain unsolved. Some questions are best left unanswered. And even then some answers are not what they seem to be. The crew of the Lost Light
is confronted with all of these lessons when they come face to face with a legend. "The Not Knowing", written by James Roberts, art by Hayato Sakamoto, coordinated by Phase6, and colored by Joana Lafuente. Read the full review!
On the planet Eukaris, the bestial Transformers live in an uneasy peace with each other, split among separate tribes. But when word comes that Cybertron has found them, all the tribes come together out of fear that those who tried to exterminate their ancestors may be back to finish what they started. Written by Mairghread Scott, with art by Corin Howell, colored by Thomas Deer. Read the full review!
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