ONCE A DECEPTICON! DRIFT's past comes back to haunt him, as RATCHET tries to drag him back to the Lost Light. But alone on a far-off world, DRIFT's honor demands he stand his ground!
With the fate of Piggy Island hanging in the balance, will this be the Age of EGGStinction!? Continuing the craziest crossover this side of CYBERTRON!
DAYS OF DECEPTION! All-out war erupts on the streets of Tokyo when PROWL finally gets his hand on the one human he wants to get revenge on... and when PROWL gets revenge, it's never pretty.
The iTunes store has posted the three page preview of Angry Birds Transformers #2, due in shops Wednesday, December 10th. Better late than never, as The Transformers #36 also due on Wednesday has still not surfaced in its early preview format! With the fate of Piggy Island hanging in the balance, will this be the Age of EGGStinction!? Continuing the craziest crossover this side of CYBERTRON!
Also scheduled to ship the week of the 17th is the next issue of the Drift: Empire of Stone miniseries, written by Shane McCarthy and featuring the ReGeneration One art team of Guido Guidi, Stephen Baskerville, and John-Paul Bove. iTunes has the short preview up today, revealing how Drift recognizes the fortress seen in the first issue. Keep reading to check out the mirrored pages!
Previews World has the listings for the Transformers comics on the way to shops for the week of December 10th. Next week will see the next issue of The Transformers
, #36, and Angry Birds Transformers #2. Previews also lists the volume six collection of More Than Meets The Eye to ship next week, though after a series of conflicting dates noted for that book, it will have to remain as a wait and see! Keep reading to check out the cover previews and solicitation blurbs for the upcoming titles.
Out this month from IDW is the sixth volume of More Than Meets The Eye, collecting issues 28 through 33, including the three issue storyline "World, Shut Your Mouth", the bridging story "Twenty Plus One", and the "Slaughterhouse" two-parter, which comprise "season two's" first full story arc, ending on an incredible cliffhanger launching in to the next story arc. If you need to catch up and want to know what to expect from the issues in this volume, we've got reviews for each individual release. Keep reading to get a list of review links and preview galleries!
Dimensional portals! Biomechanical psychedelic plants! Fortress Maximus eats weaponized housepets! All this and much, much
more in The Transformers Vs. GI Joe #4!
Written by Tom Scioli and John Barber, with art, colors and lettering by Scioli. Continue to full review
THE WAR AT HOME! But whose home -- and whose war?! Interstellar war has never been so cosmic! The G.I. JOE team faces the TRANSFORMERS -- on Earth and Cybertron. Plus -- just in time for Halloween... meet the OCTOBER GUARD!
The Decepticons' attempts to steal the Allspark from the Autobots go awry, and the precious artifact falls into an unfamiliar dimension... one where a much more primitive source of life is serving as the prize. Angry Birds Transformers #1
is written by John Barber with illustrations by Livio Ramondelli (pgs. 1-5) and art and colors by Marcelo Ferreira and Nikos Koutsis(pgs. 5-20). Continue to full review
Days of Deception begins with... PEACE AND HAPPINESS! To be honest, there's not much we can say about this issue without giving away the life-changing events of last issue. What we can say is this: everything’s fine. There's no conflict, no sadness, no angst. Why is this a problem?
DRIFT RETURNS! Last year, TRANSFORMERS readers were shocked when DRIFT left the AUTOBOTS in disgrace... and now he's alone, on a mission to clean up the darkest depths of the galaxy -- until RATCHET shows up to try to bring him home!
2014 marks the 30th Anniversary of Hasbro’s TRANSFORMERS, which has been celebrated thus far with a blockbuster film and critically acclaimed comic series’ from IDW. But the party isn’t quite over as IDW still has some TRANSFORMERS debuts this year!
The long-running TRANSFORMERS comic, which originally appeared in 1984, came to an epic conclusion as, TRANSFORMERS: Regeneration One by IDW reached its 100th issue!
ComicBookResources has gotten an advance preview of the first issue of Angry Birds Transformers, shipping to shops this Wednesday, November 26th. Our first look at the finished issue, these preview pages give us an overview of how the worlds of the Transformers and Angry Birds collided. Keep reading to have a look at the preview pages, and be sure to come back this week when we'll be bringing you the first review for this title!
DRIFT RETURNS! Last year, TRANSFORMERS readers were shocked when DRIFT left the AUTOBOTS in disgrace... and now he’s alone, on a mission to clean up the darkest depths of the galaxy -- until RATCHET shows up to try to bring him home!
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