IDW's First Strike Crossover Three-Piece Incentive Cover Lineart Revealed

Via CBR, we've got a look at an impressive piece of artwork produced for First Strike, the latest IDW Hasbro-Universe crossover, which will see Baron Ironblood out to destroy all the Transformers. The artwork will be released in three parts, each being the retailer incentive cover for the odd-numbered issues of the First Strike miniseries. This triptych cover is drawn by longtime comic artist Whilce Portacio, who at least from this looks equally at ease with robots and machinery as with human characters. You can find more information and a mirrored copy of the lineart below!
Of course, one crossover begets another, and thus the publisher has First Strike on the way in August. The main series of First Strike is written by Mairghread Scott & David Rodriguez, with art by Max Dunbar, and encompasses characters from Transformers, G.I. Joe and M.A.S.K.. To commemorate the story, veteran comics artist and Image Comics co-founder Whilce Portacio illustrated a triptych cover that will be published as retailer incentive covers for issues #1, #3 and #5 of First Strike.
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