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Comic Book Resources has brought out the full size preview for the third issue of the Angry Birds Transformers miniseries a bit early for us this week. But that means that everyone enjoying this story that's been described by RAC as a fun, Saturday morning cartoon style experience in his reviews of the first and second issue. You can click through and check out the preview now, and then come back late tomorrow night when we bring you the first review anywhere of the third issue!

THE STONE ARMY! The secrets of DRIFT'S past become his present-day problems... and RATCHET'S none too happy about being dragged along!

RAMP-EGG! When the Angry Birds' precious eggs become leg-having, weapon-bearing rampaging eggs of mass destruction, the Autobirds must team up with the Deceptihogs to save Piggy Island! How much more mixed-up can this mash-up possibly get?!

Just in from Previews World are the latest teasers for upcoming IDW comics this April. The Combiner Wars continue in The Transformers #40 and Windblade #2, More Than Meets The Eye #40 goes in to recovery from Elegant Chaos, and Transformers vs GI Joe #8 is kind of vague, plus we've got the next trade paperback, Combiner Wars First Strike featuring issues 33-38 of The Transformers. Keep reading for the summaries and covers!

THE ONYX PROTOCOL! As PROWL confronts SPIKE over the human's betrayal, the mystery of G.B. Blackrock and the Onyx Interface deepens. Meanwhile, Tokyo becomes a battleground as Arcee faces the Constructicons... and Galvatron!

OPTIMUS PRIME RETURNS TO CYBERTON! And someone is killing Decepticons. PRIME teams with WINDBLADE to uncover the identity of the vigilante... but the answers will uncover darker secrets than anyone expected!

Amazon has just listed the preorder page for the collected volume of Drift: Empire of Stone, the in-progress side story following Drift after his separation from the Autobots early in the second year of More Than Meets The Eye. Written by Shane McCarthy and featuring ReGeneration One's art team of Guido Guidi, Stephen Baskerville, and John-Paul Bove, Drift: Empire of Stone is listed at 132 pages, and is due for release on June 16th, 2015.

IDW Transformers writer and editor John Barber has confirmed that bad conditions on Mississippi highways have caused delays in the shipping schedule. Currently, it appears that we'll be getting four Transformers comics for the week of 1/21 - The Transformers #37, The Transformers vs. GI Joe #5, and Angry Birds Transformers #3. They'll be joined by Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye #37 and Drift: Empire of Stone #3 on the following week of January 28th. More info as it becomes available, but for now keep reading to see the tweet!

Just up on iTunes is a new three page preview of the Transformers #37 Days of Deception Comic Book. Get a look at the comic that will in shops on January 14th. As PROWL confronts SPIKE over the human's betrayal, the mystery of G.B. Blackrock and the Onyx Interface deepens. Meanwhile, Tokyo becomes a battleground as Arcee faces the Constructicons... and Galvatron! Read on the for the cover, preview and details now.

Windblade writer Mairghread Scott has posted info to her Tumblr about the first two issues of Combiner Wars! The "Opening Salvo" prologue takes place in The Transformers #39, and then Chapter 1 proper will occur in the first issue of what we now know is the Windblade ongoing series. Pre-orders are open now, but the ordering deadline is January 18th, so get to your local comic shop now if you want to be guaranteed copies. Until then, keep reading to see the covers of the first two issues!

To make a happier New Year for all, James Roberts has shared the script for a scene that has twice had to be left on the cutting room floor from intended inclusion in issues of More Than Meets The Eye. The scene was most recently having had to be cut from issue 22 for lack of space. Roberts cautions that this has never undergone editorial or licensor approval and is firmly non-canon, but it's his "headcanon". Either way it's a wonderfully entertaining scene. See an excerpt after the cut, then go read the full posting!

Writer Mairghread Scott has shared some excellent news this afternoon. In response to a question posted to her tumblr page as to the status of the returning Windblade title, Mairghread has stated that Windblade will continue even after the Combiner Wars event has been wrapped up. As of right now it seems that along with Transformers, More Than Meets The Eye, and Transformers vs GI Joe, we'll soon have a fourth ongoing title with Windblade. We can hardly wait!

USA Today's comics critic Brian Truitt has written his 2014 In Comic Books column and has awarded Tom Scioli and John Barber's The Transformers Vs. GI Joe the coveted title "Most Insane Read" of 2014. We agree, and like Truitt we mean that in a good way! Keep reading to see what else Truitt had to say about TF vs. Joe and get a link to the whole article!

Writer of More Than Meets The Eye James Roberts has tweeted today talking about major story bullet points for the coming year, at least as far as the characters involved in those bullet points. Besides Deathsaurus who had been revealed through a comic cover preview for March, some fan favorites are noted to be making a return according to this list, as well as some potential surprises! Click through to check out the original tweet!

Transformers vs GI Joe is a successful effort of recapturing the look and feel of comics from years gone by, telling a new tale of meetings - and confrontations - between the characters of GI Joe and Transformers. And now just in time for the holidays, the first collected volume is hitting shops and includes the FCBD issue 0, and retail issues 1-4. We've got reviews for each retail issue, so keep reading to get a list of review links and preview galleries!

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