If you've been seeing reports of select Combiner Wars sets at discount retailers and lamenting that later sets haven't been commonly available, Hasbro Toy Shop may be stepping up for at least one more option. Right now they have the G2 Bruticus giftset marked down to $49.99, and currently appears to fall under a site-wide free shipping offer. But to make it just a little better, a promo code will get you an extra $5 off. Keep reading to find out the details!
Previews World has gotten some time with IDW's John Barber. Having recently stepped down from his editorial job, Barber will continue to be writing for the Transformers with the launch of the new Optimus Prime
title. The interview recaps the end of Revolution a bit, and tries to explain why Optimus Prime is getting a self-titled comic series, offering some insight toward the focus we can expect from the book. We have an excerpt below, and keep reading for a link to the original article.
RIPT Apparel, who you may know for their revolving door of short run t-shirt designs will soon be offering their own exclusive variant cover for the first issue of Lost Light
, the successor title to More Than Meets The Eye
. Artist Tim Lim has produced this cover which homages the classic 1986 Transformers The Movie poster, with the various elements from this comic taking the starring roles. Click through now to get a good look at the cover art!
Maybe the real Knights Of Cybertron were the friends we made along the way. ...okay, probably not. But this issue is
about the friends our Decepticon friends the Scavengers have made along the way. More Than Meets The Eye: Revolution
is the final comic to bear the title before it becomes Lost Light,
, and is written by Nick Roche & James Roberts with art by Alex Milne and colors by Joana Lafuente. Click here to read the review!
Coming out Wednesday this week is the final IDW Transformers comic to carry the More Than Meets The Eye
title. The Revolution tie-in one shot features the arrival of the Scavengers on Earth for a mission of critical importance! What could possibly go right
? We will, of course, have our review up first early this week for you to read, and in the meantime you can continue on to the full article below for the solicit text and preview pages, via Newsarama!