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Megatron has left, and the Lost Light crew is preparing to leave the Necroworld. Decisions will be made, feelings explored, hearts will be broken. It never ends. After Megatron (A Dissolution Epilogue) is written by James Roberts with pencils by Jack Lawrence and inks by John Wycough, and colors by Joana Lafuente. This review contains SPOILERS, and might be best skipped if you have not read but intend to read the comic. It may also be worth skipping if you're a diehard fan of the book, because it explains why I'm not anymore. Click here to read the review

The Dinobots are on the trail of Bludgeon, who has been doing something terrible to Sweep corpses and sparks. But Bludgeon isn't who they find... they find someone significantly worse. Transformers: Salvation is written by John Barber and illustrated by Livio Ramondelli. Click here to read the review!

Jazz gets ready for his chance to greet the world via TV and let his voice be heard by the entire world, telling about who he is as a person, rather than the image of an invading alien robot. But the media is never that simple - if only the President of The United States had been able to warn Jazz about it, instead of Optimus Prime... "What It's REALLY Like" written by John Barber, art by Casey W Coller, colors by John-Paul Bove. Read the full review!

Functionist Cybertron has to be saved, and Rodimus and company have to get home. But it's looking like those goals may be mutually exclusive, and the one thing standing between Rodimus and a jump back to the Necroworld... is Rung. Dissolution, Part 6: This Machine Kills Fascists is written by James Roberts with art by Jack Lawrence and colors by Joana Lafuente. Click here to go to the review!

With new threats looming in the wake of recent events, Starscream turns his focus back to creating a powerful defensive base to protect himself, and maybe Cybertron as well. And all it will take is changing the mind of one enemy - with a bit of specialist help. "The Price of You" written by Mairghread Scott, art by Sara Pitre-Durocher, colors by Joana Lafuente. Read the full review right here!

On pre-war Cybertron and present-day Earth, the battle is over. But for how long? And who will be the first one to take up arms? "The Next Day/And The Next" is written by John Barber with art by Priscilla Tramontano. Click here to read the review!

Brawn was surprising, both because Titan Master Brawn had already happened, and because Legends-class Brawn ended up being SO GOOD. Oh sure, it''s not perfect, but its problems are only minor, and most can be fixed with a paint brush (or Gundam Marker if that''s more your speed). Now we just need his destined recolor/retool to be made... Click here to watch the review!

Titans Return Legends wave 4 featured the expected recolor of wave 3's Bumblebee in Roadburn - a renamed Throttlebot Chase. ...along with a reship of Bumblebee. Good job, guys. It was my first exposure to the mold, as I had chosen to skip Bumblebee and wait for the next character. Overall, I'm happy I didn't buy it as another 'Bee, but the design still isn't firing on all cylinders. Watch the review right here!

All hail the useless one! Functionist Universe Rung is back in the hands of Team Rodimus - and it turns out he might not be so useless after all. Dissolution, Part 5: Modes Of Production is written by James Roberts with art by Jack Lawrence and colors by Joana Lafuente. Click here to go to the review!

A major crisis has just passed, and Cybertron has survived again. But the administrative backlog as well as new political demands and at least one more world-ending disaster on the horizon might just make Starscream regret all those zombie Titans being thwarted. "Heavy" written by Mairghread Scott, art by Sara Pitre-Durocher, colors by Joana Lafuente, pages 9 & 10 colors by Sara Pitre-Durocher. Click here for the review!

Rum-Maj's plans are disrupted by the Sharkticons' sudden change of heart. As the battle comes to its conclusion and the lives of Junkions, Cybertronians, and Earthlings hang in the balance, Optimus Prime reflects internally on how he got here, and whether he's changed as much as he might like. "New Cybertron, End: Feel Safe Without Regret" is written by John Barber with art by Kei Zama and colors by Josh Burcham. Click here to go to the review!

The Titan-ship Carcer is not what it appears to be. With Windblade interfaced directly with its brain, its true nature is revealed. But neither she nor the infiltration team accompanying her could know just how bad that truth is, or why the other Titans went to such lengths to bury it forever. "Rubicon" written by Mairghread Scott, drawn by Sara Pitre-Durocher, colors by Joana Lafuente. Read the full review!

War with the Junkions! As the new visitors finally move against the Autobots, Optimus Prime rallies all the forces at his command to stop an invasion before it starts. But it may be Soundwave alone who has the power to bring this to an end, as he puts old teachings in to use once again. "New Cybertron, part 5: Future Glories Lost," written by John Barber (with quotations by James Roberts), drawn by Kei Zama, colors by Josh Burcham. Read the full review! (beware, review may contain higher spoiler content than usual)

Optimus Prime and Pyra Magna meet at the singularity in the ruins of Crystal City to (hopefully but probably not successfully) settle their differences. As Starscream eavesdrops, Prime talks about the friends he lost in that place, including the story of how he met Bumblebee. Pyra Magna in turn has a story to tell, about how the Torchbearers' current incarnation came to be. "Ghost Stories" is written by John Barber with art by Priscilla Tramontano and colors by Thomas Deer, Josh Perez, and John-Paul Bove. Click here to go to the review!

Cosmos, Rumble and Frenzy run in to the Junkions' Sharkticon collection during their infiltration mission, bringing their intelligence gathering to a quick end. Outside, where no one can see what's happening, Pyra Magna reflects on her doubts towards Optimus Prime, mirrored by Aileron's growing discomfort with the colonial soldiers shows of blind devotion. Meanwhile in the past, Orion Pax grows disillusioned as he sees more and more clearly the corruption of Zeta Prime. "New Cybertron, Part 4: Dance Among The Shadows" written by John Barber, art by Alex Milne, colors by Josh Burcham. Read the full review!

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