This is it! The last issue of Tom Scioli and John Barber's unique comics epic is expected next week, and we've got the iTunes 3-page preview for you. How will they wrap it all up in a single issue? No way to tell, but there's already some spectacular panels on display in just these three pages. Keep reading to see!
When Hasbro wanted to roll out their own cartoon series in the 80s, They went to Japan to work with Takara's Microman and Diaclone toy lines. Drawing the primary sources for the Transformers G1 toys that debuted in 1985.
While only a small portion of the Microman series were utilized for Hasbro's Transformers. Microman toys were sold in America well before in 1976 as Mego's Micronaughts toys. Great to see these line together again under the Hasbro umbrella. Which, are set to join forces in the new IDW REVOLUTION crossover extravaganza!
Diaclone was launched in Japan by Takara in 1980, the same year I was born. And that’s where my childhood association with Diaclone ends, as growing up in the UK it was primarily Transformers that had my attention. Trickles of Diaclone-based figures did reach the UK but in London I saw neither sight nor sound of them. In addition to Japan and Asia, countries like France, Italy, Holland, Germany and some Scandinavian territories had Diaclone toys on shelves.
Comic Book Resources goes behind the scenes with IDW's people who are leading the charge on the mega-massive IDW REVOLUTION crossover extravaganza!!... Which, many of you may be asking yourself what is this cross over stuff?
That's where this video comes to the rescue to explain what on earth, and space, is going on in this ultr-verse where giant robots been everyone else in the Hasbro Universe with MASK, GI Joe, ROM, Micronaughts, and how, where, how, who, how, what... Anyways watch that video below about what is in store from IDW REVOLUTION.
Our good friend Joe Moscone has let us know that he's once again working to raise funds for charity from the collection of toys he's built up over the years. Working a decade as PR representative for Hasbro's many toy lines such as Transformers, GI Joe and Star Wars. He's collected enough that he's able to turn his love of toys into something that can help others.
Through the joys of toy collecting, you can help too. Read on about how to involved with Joe's cause, The Greg Olsen Foundation, to support hospitals and doctors helping others. 100% of all money raised goes to the cause from the auctions they have running now through June 13th! Read on for the details from, Joe.