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!
As Starscream faces down the encroaching machinations of Elita One, he enlists Blast Off to help him bring Bruticus back!
Keep reading to check out the full preview of the issue, in shops this Wednesday!
Coming right from IDW's own online catalog, we've got a new cover reveal for next month's issue 6 of Lost Light
. Marcelo Matere is the artist behind this portrait of Rung, and offers a slightly different take on the design. We're still waiting to see an interior preview for this issue, as while the iTunes store has a listing up, it is currently displaying preview pages from an issue of My Little Pony
instead. With an anticipated June 7 release day, we might just see the proper full preview before the iTunes error gets fixed! Keep reading to see the new cover variant image.
Via CBR, we've got a look at an impressive piece of artwork produced for First Strike
, the latest IDW Hasbro-Universe crossover, which will see Baron Ironblood out to destroy all the Transformers. The artwork will be released in three parts, each being the retailer incentive cover for the odd-numbered issues of the First Strike
miniseries. This triptych cover is drawn by longtime comic artist Whilce Portacio, who at least from this looks equally at ease with robots and machinery as with human characters. You can find more information and a mirrored copy of the lineart below!
We're treated to images from time to time out of Emiliano Santalucia's portfolio, getting to see design and concept art for many of the toys in the various Transformers lines. Tonight's example though from his Facebook is something extra special. This is a "concept board" produced at an early stage of the planning of Combiner Wars. How early, you might ask? Santalucia dates the piece to 2013 - two years before the line debuted at retail! There's some really interesting details in this art, keep reading to find out more...