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Simon Furman Script (W)rap: Transformers Regeneration One #84 - Cybertron and Bugs and Wreck N' Rock!

By Jack on Monday, October 08, 2012



As usual, Simon Furman has posted a new Script (W)rap blog for the Transformers Regeneration One #84 Comic. This one is loaded with surprises and many spoliers that follow the Wreckers who are in a tight fix dealing with more than one problem these fighters are ready to roll out and take out Megatron's biggest advantage, The Ark. Read the full Script (W)rap blog for the Transformers Regeneration One #84 Comic now with spoilers ahead at SimonFurman.wordpress.com/. SCRIPT (W)RAP: REGENERATION ONE #84
Well, for a start, the Wreckers have no idea that help is coming. In fact, they’re almost certain their attempt to send an SOS back to Cybertron failed. And one of their own (namely Kup) is in enemy hands, infected by (and slowly dying of) a nasty Scraplet infection. So while we wait for the cavalry, they kick their own do or die plan(s) into action. Having been reliably informed that the Ark is where Megatron’s getting all his tactical oomph from, the solution seems straightforward — take out the Ark. Simple, right? Except it’s not. Far from it. And to complicate matters it’s important to at least make Megatron think their focus is on liberating Kup, which means dividing their meagre forces. So cue full bore action on two fronts, as one team of Wreckers head for Washington D.C. and the rest brave the Yukon ice and a whole slew of hidden dangers, courtesy of the Ark’s A.I. — ‘Auntie’.

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