Over on the Free Comic Book Day
website, writer John Barber
and artist Alex Milne
have given an interview about their FCBD offering, Unicron #0
! Barber outright calls Unicron
"the end of the story we've been telling for over a decade," and touts the involvement of all of IDW's current TF writers in the planning of the story. Keep reading for an excerpt about Unicron #0,
and a link to the full interview where Milne & Barber talk about what comics mean to them!
Comic Crusaders has released the last of the current crop of comic previews for the weekend, capping us off with the Optimus Prime 2018 Annual
in which Thundercracker might just finally get to make a movie! The Annual will be in stores on February 28th, and you can read the preview in the gallery below right now! THUNDERCRACKER IN: STARSCREAM: THE MOVIE! The good news: somebody finally gave Thundercracker money to make a film. The bad news: it's Starscream, and he wants a biographical picture to win over the people of Earth. Will Thundercracker stand by his principles or... well, no, he makes the movie.
The website Adventures in Poor Taste has posted the preview for next week's release of Transformers vs Visionaries
#3, bringing us to the halfway point in the latest Hasbro universe crossover event. This issue will be joining a number of other Transformers comics in shops next Wednesday, the 28th. Click through to check out the preview! The clock is ticking! Leoric finds himself exiled from New Prysmos by Virulina, who Merklynn has named the new leader of all the Visionaries. Can Leoric and his loyalists save Cybertron from being totally changed into a new homeworld for his people? Should they?
Just posted by Newsarama, we have a look at the full preview for Optimus Prime
#16, coming to shops next Wednesday. This continues the current storyline, "The Falling" with the return of ancient Primes and ominous giant floating eyeballs over Cybertron! Keep reading to see the preview pages now! The Falling, Part 2: The arrival of Onyx Prime throws Cybertron into chaos -- because he hasn’t come alone. Onyx's treacherous companion forces Soundwave to finally make a choice: is Optimus Prime a friend... or foe?
, writer and artist of Last Stand of the Wreckers
and Sins of the Wreckers
, has announced that he will be finishing his Wreckers story in a one-shot to be titled Requiem of the Wreckers
! Reuniting with colorist Josh Burcham
, Roche has also announced that fellow Transformers artists Guido Guidi
and Geoff Senior
will also be contributing to the book! Keep reading to see the teaser image and announcement.
THUNDERCRACKER IN: STARSCREAM: THE MOVIE! The good news: somebody finally gave Thundercracker money to make a film. The bad news: it's Starscream, and he wants a biographical picture to win over the people of Earth. Will Thundercracker stand by his principles or... well, no, he makes the movie. In shops February 28, 2018
Click through to see the early preview!
has posted artist Marcelo Matere's retailer incentive cover for the upcoming Optimus Prime
#16! Matere has been a prolific artist on the Hasbro side, and while he's worked on Transformers comics before, it's been a while. Good to see him back! Keep reading to see both the cover, and the inks for the cover which Matere shared on Twitter.
On the same day that issue 13 has hit shops, IDW have themselves released the short three-page early preview for next month's issue 14 through their website, offering the first look at the next chapter in the story of the Scavengers - but first, a flashback! Check out the full preview mirrored in the gallery below! MACGUFFIN QUEST! The Scavengers have never had it so good. The war is a receding memory, their patchy service records have been forgotten, and the five of them can roam the galaxy as they please. All’s well that ends well? Not quite. Because unbeknownst to Krok and Co., their next adventure... will be their last.
Previews World has posted the next round of upcoming comic news, covering issues due to ship in April (and one entry expected in May, but that's fine too). In this month's assortment, we have issue #18 of Optimus Prime
, the 5th and final issue of Transformers Vs Visionaries
, Lost Light
issue #17, and the final collected volume of Till All Are One
. As usual, you can find the cover images and teaser blurbs in the full post just below. Read on for all the details!
Via the iTunes store, we have the first look at the opening pages of the upcoming issue 13 of Lost Light
-- which conveniently has nothing to do with the solicitation blurb! Keep reading to see the preview pages. CABIN FEVER! Crammed into a dead Decepticon astropod that's ten sizes too small, the displaced crew of the Lost Light face their most serious threat yet: each other. As tensions rise and tempers fray, only one Autobot is arrogant enough to think he can save the day. Enter Rodimus, expert mediator.
Newsarama has provided our first look this afternoon at the full length preview for next week's issue of Optimus Prime
. Issue 15 launches "The Falling", a storyline which should see the return of Onyx Prime, an event hinted at for some time already. We'll have a review of the issue for you early next week, and in the meantime, click through to see the preview in our gallery below.
RAC continues his look back at 2017 with his three favorite comics of the year - plus a couple of runners-up! It's been a good year for Transformers comics overall, and there've been some pleasant surprises for us. Including - and RAC was very skeptical about the possibility of this at the beginning of last year - some Shared Hasbro Universe books that turned out truly excellent. Keep reading to see the list! ...well, it's more of an article. We need a word that combines those two things...
"THE FALLING, PART 1!" Darkness falls over Cybertron as the legendary Onyx Prime returns. What does this mean for Optimus Prime -- and the Earth? Windblade defends an already tense planet against a secret that could shatter Cybertron forever.
Expected in shops January 17, 2018. Keep reading to see the preview!
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Comixology has posted the results of their Reader's Choice
awards, and the big winners were IDW's Transformers comics! Winning entries in Best Series, Best Writer, Best Artist, Best Colorist, and Best Letterer, we don't think it's quite a sweep of every category that Transformers were eligible for, but it's pretty close - and it's a win in what would probably be the five most significant categories. Keep reading for the results!
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