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With a new crossover event getting ready to kick off, marked with the return of Windblade's self-titled series, John Barber and Mairghread Scott have been taking the chance to talk about the motivations and situations that have brought the story to this point and what we can expect going in to it. Today two interviews went up on Comic Book Resources and Women Write About Comics, and between them there's a lot to find out about what the next three months worth of stories and beyond have in store. Read on for excerpts and links back to the interviews!
Generation 1
Transformers artist Alex Milne has been gracious enough to share some preview images from the pending More Than Meets The Eye #38 comic that is coming out next week. Get a look at first three pages of the line-art now for a look at whats to come. Check back for a color preview and full review of this comic book, right here next Tuesday. Read on to see the images and more details now.
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The website Women Write About Comics has posted an audio interview with James Roberts, talking about various facets of his work on More Than Meets The Eye and some of the relations of his ideas to the larger IDW continuity. While it's very general discussion, there's a lot of interesting information dropped through the course of the interview from the whole run of MTMTE. It's definitely worth a listen, so click through for a link to the original article.
Generation 1
Previews have updated their site with listings for the latest Transformers comics and other products that will be shipping Diamond Comics on March 4, 2015. Get the details on Transformers Animated Complete Allspark Almanak, Transformers #38 Days of Decepticon, MTME #38 Days of Decepticon, and more products. Read on for the full details below.
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After some unavoidable delays, IDW's Transformers titles are finally catching back up. Originally due this month, we'll have to wait until the first week of March for More Than Meets The Eye 38, but to hold us over the customary three-page preview has now appeared on iTunes. This is expected to ship alongside the conclusion to Angry Bird Transformers and The Transformers #38, so be sure to check back with us early next week for the first reviews of all three books. Meanwhile, click through and check out the preview - but as always with MTMTE, spoilers will be present in these pages!
Generations
FINAL FATE! This is it-DRIFT and RATCHET show down against the STONE ARMY! Will DRIFT rejoin the AUTOBOTS-or forge a new fate in the farthest reaches of the galaxy?
Collectors Club
Just up on the official TFCC site. Is new and a preview of an all-new Beast Wars: Uprising story starring Lio Convoy! Beast Wars: Uprising story will be in issue 61 of the TCC Magazine gave fans their first official look at both the 2015 FREE Membership Incentive Figure Lio Convoy and a preview of his accompanying fiction. Here now, in its entirety, is the first in a series of Prose stories starring Lio Convoy. Read on for the story Broken Windshields at this link transformersclub.com
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Just in from Previews we have the latest round of Transformers titles coming at you this May. Featuring the conclusion of Combiner Wars in The Transformers 41 and Windblade 3, unrelated space adventures in More Than Meets The Eye 41, and the collected volume of Angry Birds Transformers along with an oversize reprinting of the first three issues that kicked off the current monthly books with The Treasury Edition. Click through for cover previews and summaries!
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IT GETS CRAZIER! The biggest space battle ever grows to universal proportions! Will the G.I. JOE team and the AUTOBOTS make peace -- before COBRA and the DECEPTICONS end the war... the bad way?!
Generations
Entertainment website The Mary Sue had a chance to talk to Mairghread Scott, writer of last year's Windblade miniseries and co-writer of the soon to launch Combiner Wars crossover event that will kick off Windblade's new ongoing title. In the interview Scott gives some background information on the setting Combiner Wars will deal with, and how it will start an exploration of Windblade's origins by opening contact with her homeworld of Caminus. One of the new characters that will be introduced was also previewed. Click through to read an excerpt and find the link to the full article!
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Aw, how romantic. Just in time for Valentine's Day, Hasbro and IDW have issues a press release announcing that they're extending their ten-year business relationship. More to the point, this release marks ten years since IDW began publishing Transformers comics. It doesn't really seem that long, does it? Keep reading to see all the details!
RID 2015
Late last year via Free Comic Book Day solicitations, we got news that a RID comic was coming - hence the renaming of the current book to The Transformers. Now we've got a preview of that comic from Issuu.com! The comic is written by John Barber with art by Priscilla Tramontano, and the book will be split with The Transformers vs. GI Joe, hence the credit for Tom Scioli on the cover. Keep reading to see the sample pages!
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The biggest TRANSFORMERS publishing event of the year kicks off this March when Cybertron becomes the battleground for the COMBINER WARS! An all-star creative team is bringing along fan-favorite characters and all-new dangers to this battle royale that will shake both factions to their core.
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DESPERATE MEASURES! Four million years ago, as CYBERTRON teetered on the brink of all-out war, a group of Autobots decided it was time to take matters into their own hands. Everyone concerned would subsequently agree that this was a very, very bad move...
Generations
After being delayed more than once, it seems the rather late fifth issue of IDW's The Transformers vs GI Joe will finally be hitting shops during the month of February. Comics Alliance has released the preview for this issue a bit early, so we finally get to see a bit of what comes after issue 4's use of "weapons-grade magenta." Comics Alliance reported it would ship alongside More Than Meets The Eye #37 on 2/4, but John Barber has since verified on Twitter it will ship on 2/11. ...possibly with MTMTE #38. Click through for the mirrored preview pages and a copy of the solicitation blurb!
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THE STONE ARMY! The secrets of DRIFT'S past become his present-day problems... and RATCHET'S none too happy about being dragged along!
Angry Birds
Comic Book Resources has brought out the full size preview for the third issue of the Angry Birds Transformers miniseries a bit early for us this week. But that means that everyone enjoying this story that's been described by RAC as a fun, Saturday morning cartoon style experience in his reviews of the first and second issue. You can click through and check out the preview now, and then come back late tomorrow night when we bring you the first review anywhere of the third issue!
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THE STONE ARMY! The secrets of DRIFT'S past become his present-day problems... and RATCHET'S none too happy about being dragged along!
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