Dreamwave is planning to do roughly one 6-issue G1 miniseries each year. They are putting together their own G1 continuity which will house all of
their G1 books, including The War Within. They're constructing it more or less as they see fit, using the G1 toon and comic as a basis, and changing
things when they want to.
Left to right: Simon Furman, Adam Fortier, Pat Lee, Derek Choo-Wing & Chris Sarracini
When asked about their art models, Pat Lee described how he sort of takes elements that he likes from various pictures of the characters and
constructs a new one that he likes. None of that is especially surprising. I was disappointed, though, to hear no mention of the Studio OX models which
Dreamwave has used *extensively* in creating their own models, going as far as essentially copying several OX portraits for their own posters.
Pat Lee and Chris Sarracini signing autographs.
An upcoming "mega-lithograph" has been advertised. It will be 3 feet by five feet, and consists of all of the mini-posters from the insides of the G1 books (twelve in all; six issues times two covers each), which all link together into a giant picture with hundreds of characters.
Adam Fortier showing original Dreamwave art work.
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