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YouTuber Vangelus has posted an interview with James Roberts from TFCon Toronto 2015! In it Roberts discusses the recent Thunderclash arc in More Than Meets The Eye among other things, and answers listener questions! Click through to watch!



Finally hitting shops next week, we have the short preview for Transformers vs GI Joe issue 8, fresh off iTunes. Originally intended for release in April, the issue's publication was a bullet point at IDW's panel during SDCC earlier this month. Has it been worth the wait? Find out early next week when we post our review of the issue before it goes on sale next Wednesday. Keep reading for the pages and the very brief teaser text.



Three years into their quest, and the crew of the Lost Light were starting to think that the universe held no more nasty surprises. And then a planet started chasing them.



IDW have posted some new images of Transformers comics retailer incentive cover. Get a look at he Transformers #43, More Than Meets The Eye #43, and Windblade #5 comic book covers, all designed by artist James Biggie posted below.



The Cartoon Network animated series comes to IDW! It's a typical day and a typical mission for Team Bee - except that somebody else seems to be interested in the Decepticon that Bumblebee and the others are after. Transformers: Robots In Disguise #1 is written by Georgia Ball with art by Priscilla Tramontano. Click through and read the review!



Poor Cosmos. None of the Autobots actually care about him as a person, just as a tool for recon. But there are those out there who know what it's like to be seen just as a means to an end... and they're not all Autobots."South of Heaven" is written by John Barber with art by Andrew Griffith and colors by Josh Perez. Continue to the review!



Newsarama also put up the preview for the first regular issue of the Robots in Disguise animated series-based comic book this afternoon. In what looks like a "between the episodes" approach, we'll have to see how the book does at putting together its story while respecting the TV version. Though regardless, the art looks like it's doing a great job capturing the visual style. Check back next week for our review of the full issue. Keep reading to see the preview pages!



Newsarama has posted the full length previews for next week's comic book issues. First up is The Transformers getting back to where we left off when Combiner Wars took us back to Cybertron. As usual, we'll be bringing you the very earliest review of this issue, so check back with us early next week for that. Meanwhile, click through and enjoy the preview!



Despite that issue 43 hasn't shipped yet, we already have our first look at issue 44 thanks to iTunes. We expect issue 43 next week, leaving only two weeks between it and the projected ship date of the following issue. Whether that will remain on target is unclear, but in the past when similar delays have put successive issues so close together, the latter has typically ended up pushed back itself. In the meantime, click through for the pages and the solicitation summary.



It's the middle of the month, and that means it's time for the latest batch of comic solicitations fresh from Previews World! In the month of October More Than Meets The Eye and The Transformers start the march to their respective issues 50, Robots in Disguise digs in to a rival team, and Redemption gives the DInobots a second chance. All this and MTMTE Vol.8! Read on for the summaries and cover previews!



IDW Publishing made waves this past weekend at the 46th Comic-Con International: San Diego with some of the biggest announcements of the show. For Transformers news, three awesome new projects were announced at SDCC 2015 including:



As seen at the IDW & Hasbro panel yesterday, Alex Milne has posted his cover for MTMTE #46 to Twitter! We were promised the return of the Decepticon misfits known as the Scavengers at the panel, and since Grimlock was last seen in their care, it seems as though this will be the issue. Keep reading to see Grimlock wreck some stuff - in Robot Mode, for a change - with colors by Josh Perez!



Hot on the heels of the announcement of Sins Of The Wreckers, a followup to the fan favorite Last Stand Of The Wreckers, colorist Josh Burcham has tweeted out a copy of the clean cover art, drawn by Nick Roche and colored by Burcham. Sins has a lot to live up to, and we'll find out whether the new chapter of the Wreckers can match its predecessor later this year. Keep reading to see the art!



Tformers is on the ground at SDCC covering the IDW Transformers Comics panel live. We will be posting news and updates from the event as they happen. UPDATE: Transformers portion of the panel has ended. Check out the reporting and panel images below for more details.



Transformers comic and box art artist extraordinaire, Marcelo Matere, has posted an update on his Facebook page letting us know he will be at IDW's booth for Transformers signing today (Thurday) from 4 - 5 pm! Stop by to say hello and bring your TF comics, Animated Allsparks or even the SDCC Devastator Set to sign! Be sure to tell him that Tformers sent you.


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