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In the next few weeks, we should have the final issue of fan-favorite comic More Than Meets The Eye. But that's not the end - in December, MTMTE relaunches as Lost Light with an all-new #1 and new artist - Jack Lawrence stepping in to split art duties with Alex Milne. The Previews solicitation for the first issue is up now, with a color cover by Nick Roche! Roche also shared his lineart for the cover on Twitter, so click through to see both!

Bruticus is on the loose! Four live Combaticons and a corpse have united to become the fearsome combiner, and it's up to Ironhide's new police force to stop them. But where does this leave Windblade, and how far will she go to protect Starscream's secrets - and her own? "The Line Between Us" is written by Mairghread Scott, with art by Sara Pitre-Durocher and colors by Joana Lafuente. Click here to read the review!

You say you want a Revolution? Well, you know, we all want to change the Hasbro Shared Comic Universe. Revolution Chapter One: Concorde Hymn is written by John Barber and Cullen Bunn, with art by Fico Ossio and colors by Sebastian Cheng. Click here to read the review!

Comic Book Resources has posted a second preview for Revolution #1, adding to the portion they shared back in August. These five new pages from the beginning of the book feature some of the non-Transformer participants in the crossover, and meet up right with the beginning of the initial preview's Transformer-heavy pages. We've put both batches together, giving you a look at 12 pages from the book hitting shops next week! We'll have a review a little later, and for now click through have an early look!

Just in by way of Newsarama's early release, we have the full comic preview for next week's issue 4 of Till All Are One! Combiner Wars may be well behind us by now, but it seems that we haven't had the last of exploring the inner workings of a combiner's mind as writer Mairghread Scott takes us inside the newborn Bruticus who's been teased since the beginning of the new series - all rendered in beautiful style by Sara Pitre-Durocher and Joana Lafuente! Keep reading to check out the preview pages and be back next week for the first review of the issue!

END OF THE ROAD! On Luna 1, the scale of SENTINEL PRIME's ambition becomes shockingly apparent-and while RED ALERT struggles to separate friend from foe, PROWL convinces FORTRESS MAXIMUS to take the ultimate gamble.

IDW's John Barber took some time with Previews World recently to discuss the upcoming relaunch of the main Transformers comic as Optimus Prime. In the interview they cover some background of where things are in the IDW universe now, and how it came to be that Optimus Prime would have a book all his own. As well, the topic of art duties shifting from Andrew Griffith to Kei Zama is addressed! You can find a quoted excerpt from the interview below, and a link to read the full article!

IDW Publishing, a subsidiary of IDW Media Holdings, today announced a multi-year book sales and distribution partnership with Penguin Random House Publisher Services exclusively for the trade bookstore market. The agreement takes effect April 2017. Celebrated for its diverse catalog of licensed and creator-driven titles, IDW publishes some of the most successful titles in the industry, including: Hasbro’s TRANSFORMERS, G.I. JOE, MY LITTLE PONY, and JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS; Paramount/CBS’s STAR TREK; Nickelodeon’s TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES and many more.

Imagine a world where there was such a thing as Time-Life books covering the best and most significant G1 Transformers comics in a handsome 60-volume hardcover series for your shelf. Good news: if you live in the United Kingdom or Republic of Ireland, you don't have to! Hachette Partworks Ltd., with the help of such notable writers and artists as Bob Budiansky, Simon Furman, James Roberts, Andrew Wildman, Chris Ryall, and more, are offering the series along with some cute TF-themed bonus items. Keep reading for details!

SWINDLE LIVES! And ONSLAUGHT knows the perfect way to unlock the secrets in his head. As the COMBATICONS rampage through Iacon, can IRONHIDE and his newly formed police force stop them before they annihilate STARSCREAM-and anyone else who gets in their way?

Following up on the launch of the To The Death digital comic, the Kickstarter for Forged By Fire, the print-exclusive TTD graphic novel, has gone live! This original prequel is not being offered in any other format, and will not be published for the foreseeable future if its (very modest) Kickstarter goal is not met. Backer bonuses include a subscription to the online portion of To The Death, signed copies of the OGN, and even sketches by Geoff Senior! Keep reading for more details.

The third page of Convobat's comic has been posted to the e-Hobby website! This time out, Convobat (Headmaster played by the part of Sentinel Prime's Titan Master Infinitus) ends up abandoning his full-sized body (Played by Deluxe Mindwipe) to escape Straxus' security forces, and heading into a mysterious prison block. Who will he meet there...? Keep reading to see the page!

IDW has sent us a press release and teaser image for Revolutionaries, the new team book that starts in December in the wake of IDW's Revolution crossover event. The creative team from that book, writer John Barber and artist Fico Ossio, will continue onto this new title, which will have Kup and Blackrock, both from Barber's The Transformers, as permanent team members. Keep reading for the official press release from IDW!

Coming to us from Newsarama we have the first look at the full length preview for next week's issue of The Transformers, #56. Originally intended to ship before this month's issue of More Than Meets The Eye... well, sometimes things just don't work out. But this should hopefully bring everything together and up to speed, and be welcome by those who chose to wait and read the issues in the correct order! We have the preview mirrored in our gallery below, so click through to have a look.

Simon Furman has gotten in touch with us to talk about To The Death, a new collaboration between Furman and fellow Transformers comics veteran Geoff Senior. While not directly Transformers-related, the digital comic is set to feature "a digital comic book saga set in Earth’s future that echoes the hard-edged sci-fi of Dragon’s Claws and Death’s Head (both of which we co-created) and some of the heavy mech of Transformers" according to Furman. Keep reading for more info, art, and some preview pages!

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