Since the reveal of the long-form bio notes included on the pack-in comics starting with Deluxe Wave 2, there's been more than a little curiosity of who was behind them. Written in-character as either Rung or Soundwave, the profiles feature an interesting and entertaining style that's caught a lot of attention. While we rarely get to find out just who's responsible for describing the characters on the packages, thanks to John Barber this writer's identity has been revealed. Keep reading to find out!
We reported previously on Combiner Wars including pack-in comic issues starting with the second assortment of Deluxes. What we didn't know until today was that the back page of each comic features a long-form character bio. Each is written as a report from either Autobot "Psy-Ops Specialist" Rung, or Soundwave and are written with some interesting details - especially in Offroad's case. Early adopters of wave 1 may have even more incentive now to double dip when the reships of those figures take place. Keep reading to see scans.
Thanks to forums member GIKPA who dropped by with a load of new images give us MORE looks at the mighy MENSOR combiner mode. Get a look at hi-res images showing the whole team from many angles in the image gallery now.
The end of the journey takes them to the beginning as Megatron's life hinges on the outcome of the confrontation between Brainstorm and the Lost Light's
away team, but has irreversible damage to the fabric of reality as we know it already been done? "Elegant Chaos, Part 3: Predestination: A Beginner's Guide" written by James Roberts, art by Alex Milne, with colors by Joana Lafuente. Continue to the review!
All Earth-bound Cybertronians converge upon Wanmu: Prowl and the Constructicons to retrieve the Enigma, Galvatron and the Decepticons to stop anyone from possessing it, and the remaining Autobot team to retrieve Devastator and stop them from escalating things any further. But are they the only ones seeking the relic...? "Onyx Interface - Conclusion: The Obliterati" Written by John Barber, art by Andrew Griffith, and colors by Josh Perez. Read the full review!