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IDW January 2013 Transformers Comic Book Solicitations and Cover Images - Mars Attacks, Thundercracker Spotlight, More!
Jack - Tuesday, October 23, 2012


Mars Attacks the Transformers
Shane McCarthy (w) • Matt Frank (a) • Ray Dillon (c)

The weekly invasion continues: AUTOBOTS vs. DECEPTICONS vs… MARTIANS?! The invaders from Mars take advantage of the colossal Cybertronian’s conflict and begin their assault on Earth in full force. It’s Martian vs. Machine as the audacious Autobots and the devilish Decepticons begrudgingly join forces to repel the inhuman invaders and save the planet!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Variant covers:
Variant “Mars Attacks Spike” cover by Franco Urru!
Variant “Mars Attacks Strangers in Paradise” by Terry Moore!


Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye Ongoing #13
James Roberts (w) • Guido Guidi (a) • Alex Milne, Nick Roche (c)

SHORE LEAVE! The AUTOBOTS visit the planet Hedonia—and get a chance to put recent events behind them, ingest some energon, and relax. Everyone, that is, except SWERVE, who faces the toughest challenge of his life: in just six hours, he has to teach ULTRA MAGNUS how to have fun.
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Bullet points:
• Fan-favorite character SWERVE takes center stage!




Transformers: Robots in Disguise Ongoing #13
John Barber (w) • Andrew Griffith (a) • Andrew Griffith, Casey Coller (c)

ON THE PROWL! It’s “no more mister nice guy,” as CYBERTRON burns and one AUTOBOT is all that stand between order and anarchy. Meet the new PROWL—deadlier than ever, colder then any other AUTOBOT, and ready to end the DECEPTICON threat—forever.
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Variant cover:
Variant Marcelo Matere cover!

Bullet points:
• Cybertron hangs in the balance!
• Will the Autobots go too far?


Transformers: Regeneration One #87
Simon Furman (w) • Andrew Wildman (a) • Wildman, Guido Guidi (c)

WAR CRY! The conquest of IACON begins in earnest, as SCORPONOK’s game-changing strategy threatens the very nature of what it means to be AUTOBOT... Or DECEPTICON! And HOT ROD begins his own personal odyssey to the very heart of CYBERTRON—where ancient forces are stirring!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Variant cover:
Variant Geoff Senior cover!

Bullet points:
• The action heats up!
• Continuing the story of the original 1980s Transformers series!


Transformers: Regeneration, Vol. 1
Simon Furman (w) • Andrew Wildman & Stephen Baskerville (a) • Andrew Wildman (c)

The TRANSFORMERS comic that began it all—is back. With a vengeance! 21 years have passed since CYBERTRON was restored to its former glory, and finally there is peace. But, after millions of years of bitter civil war, can all ever truly be one?
TPB • FC • $19.99 • 132 pages • ISBN 978-1-61377-555-4

Bullet points:
• The original Transformers creative team of Simon Furman and Andrew Wildman is back, taking up where they left off!



Transformers: Prime—Rage of the Dinobots #3 (of 4)
Mike Johnson & Mairghread Scott (w) • Agustin Padilla (a) • Ken Christiansen (c)

SPAWNS OF SHOCKWAVE! The mind-blowing introduction of the DINOBOTS into the PRIME universe continues here! The Dinobots enter the belly of the beast in an attempt to save their comrades. But when SHOCKWAVE's minions turn the tables, GRIMLOCK will have to decide whether to beat them...or join them!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Variant covers:
Nick Roche inter-connected variant cover, connecting with the variants for issues # 1 – 4!
TV series character cover!

Bullet points:
• The Dinobots tear up Cybertron!
• Directly leads in to the future of TRANSFORMERS: PRIME!


Transformers Spotlight: Thundercracker
John Barber (w) • Chee (a) • Chee, Livio Ramondeli (c)

In the dark days of the war for Cybertron, THUNDERCRACKER had a special mission—one never revealed before! Now, as he faces off against BUMBLEBEE for the first time, the fate of METROPLEX—and an entire civilization—is at stake!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

*Variant cover:
Variant Clayton Crain cover!

Bullet points:
• An untold tale of the war for Cybertron!
• Tie directly in to the ongoing TRANSFORMERS series!

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Imaginarium Art has posted a new render to their Facebook page revealing an upcoming statue. Inspired by the animated Transformers The Movie, the statue depicts Grimlock and Wheelie fighting off a pack of Sharkticons in a very dynamically arranged piece. This appears to be the payoff to a post from back in November where they showed off various angles of a high detail Grimlock render, which we can see now was being designed as the centerpiece to this statue. Pricing and release details TBD, but keep reading to get a good look at the renders!
Just when we thought we have seen it all, Transformers make the high-fashion scene at the 2017 Fall Menswear and Pre-Fall Womenswear Fashion show in Milan, Italy. Designer moschino was there with a whole line of clothing that feature none other than the original G1 Transformers. Based on original box artwork, There's more than meets the eye with these designs that are quite extreme, even by GeeWun standards.
Dr. Tess Hightower, wife of actor Richard Gautier, has reported to Facebook that Gautier passed away quietly last night at the age of 85. Gautier was likely best known to readers of this site as the voice of Rodimus Prime in the third season of the original The Transformers cartoon as well as Serpentor on GI Joe: A Real American Hero. He also had a long career of onscreen performances - most notably Hymie the robot on Get Smart - and was among his other talents a gifted caricaturist as evidenced by his website. TFormers offers its sincerest sympathies to his family, friends, and fans for their loss today.
Transformers @ The Moon has posted yet another tape of G1 dialogue! This one is a special treat, because it's from the episode that would come to be known as "Fire In The Sky," in which the character of Skyfire was introduced... but here, in the original unmodulated recording sessions, the name is given as Jetfire throughout! Keep reading to hear a lot of unused G1 dialogue!











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