Generation 1 Reviews
Monstrosity returns in motion comic form! Trapped in the bowels of Trypticon, Megatron and Grimlock are forced to work together to survive as the Autobots try to stop the monster from the outside. "Belly of the Beast" is written by Chris Metzen and Flint Dille with art by Livio Ramondelli, lettering by Robbie Robbins and built by Micha Ritchie and Chistopher Hampson. Continue to full review
Clash of the Titans! Darkness falls, but is this really the end? "Finis Temporis", Dark Cybertron Chapter 9! Written by John Barber and James Roberts, art by Andrew Griffith and Livio Ramondelli, with colors by Josh Perez and Livio Ramondelli. Read the full review
The survivors of Iacon rally against the Necrotitan as it destroys the city, while inside Metroplex the crew of the Lost Light find unexpected allies. Burning Bright, Chapter 8 of Dark Cybertron. Written by James Roberts and John Barber, art by Atilio Rojo, James Raiz, and Livio Ramondelli, with colors by Josh Perez and Livio Ramondelli. Read the full review
MN001 is an officially licensed, non-transforming SD action figure of G1 Optimus Prime produced by Kids Logic as a collector's item for adult fans. As you'd expect of a figure in the super-deformed style, the sculpt for MN001 Optimus is pretty stylized. You might think that it would follow the cartoon as a design model, but it seems more like the original Masterpiece Optimus Prime may have been the visual inspiration. Continue reading
Dark Cybertron Chapter 6, "No Exit", which oddly enough features an exit or two kind of prominently. Story by James Roberts and John Barber, art by Atilio Rojo, James Raiz, and Livio Ramondelli, with colors by Josh Perez and Livio Ramondelli Read the full review
The Autobot/Decepticon alliance moves against Shockwave, while Nightbeat invades Cyclonus's privacy during a break on the long march to the center of the Dead Universe. "Finest Hour", chapter 5 of Dark Cybertron! Written by John Barber and James Roberts; Art by Robert Gill and Livio Ramondelli, with colors by Romulo Fajardo, Jr and Livio Ramondelli. Read the full review
Starscream has been marked and sees his time ticking away, the crew of the Lost Light is in deep, and Megatron opens the door on the next chapter. "Into The Abyss", chapter 4 of Dark Cybertron! Written by John Barber and James Roberts, with art by Nick Roche, Atilio Rojo, James Raiz, Livio Ramondelli, and Robert Gill, colored by Romulo Fajardo, Jr. and Livio Ramondelli. Read the full review
Old betrayals are repaid while new ones lie in wait, all as the wave of darkness washes over Cybertron, in "Winners & Losers", chapter three of Dark Cybertron. Written by John Barber and James Roberts, with art by Atilio Rojo and James Raiz, with colors by Josh Perez. Read the full review.
This expanded edition of Dark Cybertron Chapter 1 features commentary and development notes bringing new insight to the beginning of the multi-title crossover event. Featuring commentary by James Roberts, John Barber, Phil Jimenez, and Andrew Griffith, with additional notes by Brendan Cahill and Carlos Guzman. Read the full review
Orion Pax enters the Dead Universe to find the source of the threat to Cybertron, Bumblebee confronts the Metrotitan head-on, and Starscream is confronted with that he may have no control over his situation at all in Chapter 2 of Dark Cybertron. Written by James Roberts and John Barber, art by Atilio Rojo, James Raiz, and Livio Ramondelli, with colors by Josh Perez and Livio Ramondelli. Read the full review
Everything starts here as Shockwave's pieces move in to place, the players begin to assemble, and storylines collide! Dark Cybertron begins with Chapter One. Story by James Roberts and John Barber, layouts by Phil Jimenez and finished art by Andrew Griffith with colors by Josh Perez, and prologue art by Brendan Cahill, colored by John-Paul Bove. Read the full review.
A game of death and suffering, plus a history of Soundwave! All to be found in the pages of Robots in Disguise 22, written by John Barber, with present-day art by Andrew Griffith, past art and colors by Livio Ramondelli, and present-day colors by Priscilla Tramontano. Read the full review
It's the inside story! More Than Meets The Eye 22 presents "Little Victories", a film by Rewind showing the everyday shipboard life of an epic quest. Story by James Roberts, art by James Raiz, with colors by Josh Burcham. Read the full review
Soundwave has always been leery of Shockwave and his lack of emotional attachment to Megatron's cause. Now that he has deserted the Decepticons in their time of need, it's time to finish things. "Shockpoint" is written by John Barber with art by Andrew Griffith and Livio Ramondelli, colors by Priscilla Tramontano and Ramondelli, and lettering by Shawn Lee.Continue to full review
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Remain In Light concludes! What will be the outcome of Tyrest's unhinged ambitions? Who will survive to face the consequences? And just how many disturbing close up panels of Pharma can we get? Story by James Roberts, with art by Alex Milne and coloring by Josh Burcham with Joana Lafuente.Continue Reading
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