Optimus Prime reaches out to form an alliance with Soundwave, to the discomfort of the majority of both their respective groups. But to confront their common enemy, Galvatron, bold choices are called for. However, as the assault against the Decepticon ship is mounted, no one is prepared for the weapon Galvatron has waiting. All Hail Optimus, Part 4: It's Beginning To And Back Again, written by John Barber, art by Priscilla Tramontano, colors by Josh Burcham. Read the full review - click here!
Death approaches, as certain as the setting sun. In these final moments before a hopeless battle begins, unexpected discoveries answer questions long held, and important choices are made that will change lives from here going forward - for as long as it lasts. The Dying of The Light Part 4: At Close of Day, written by James Roberts, art by Alex Milne and Hayato Sakamoto (pages 14-18 only), colors by Joana Lafuente. Click here to read the review!
After giving us in hand photography earlier today, Kal El has posted the first review of Titans Return Fortress Maximus on his Youtube channel.
While it doesn't cover the transformation processes, the 25 minute video does give a general look at all three modes, the articulation, a before and after with the sticker sheet, a demonstration of the electronics, and a quick run through of the Cerebros and Emissary components. It's a lot of information, and more may still be coming!
The video is embedded below, so click through and take a look!
Somebody actually bit on Myers' $100 AUD over retail markup, looks like! Twitter user @Kal_ElofKrypton has posted a series of images of Titan Class Fortress Maximus and is promising video soon. Among other things, you can see a comparison to the original Fortress Maximus' head, and to Titan Class Metroplex (who is actually taller by a shoulder-gun)! Keep reading to see.
Along with Wheelie, Goktimus Prime has uploaded a video showing Titans Return Rewind. The Legends figure draws lots of inspiration from the IDW comics as shown in the robot mode. The video also shows the data tablet and tank modes, as well as giving a look at the screen sticker with cassette "wallpaper" based on the deco of the original G1 Rewind toy. You can click through to take a look at the video, embedded below!