The end of the IDW Transformers universe as we know it proceeds in July, with the first two issues of the Unicron
miniseries takes us on a tour of Unicron's dinner buffet, while the double-dose of Optimus Prime
issues 21 and 22 carries on the story, Meanwhile, Lost Light
#21 and #22 move toward wrapping up the story More Than Meets The Eye
embarked on so long ago, and wrapping it up with something completely different, we've got the second issue of the Bumblebee Movie's prequel comic tie in with 60's spy action. And be warned before proceeding, there are spoilers present in the solicitations for this month's books! That, and cover previews can be found below.
Two issues in one week! The Falling
continues with "Chapter 3: The Ground" and "Interlude: The First Who Was Named," both written by John Barber and lettered by Tom B. Long. "The Ground" has art by Kei Zama with colors by Josh Burcham and "Interlude" has art by Sara-Pitre Durocher and Livio Ramondelli, with colors on Pitre-Durocher's pages by Burcham. This review does not contain the major spoiler for Optimus Prime #17 that can be seen in the Issue #18 preview!
It's safe to read, so click here to do so!
Facebook group TFND
has posted official photos of Power of the Primes
Leader class Nemesis Prime! Probably destined to be an exclusive, Nemesis Prime comes with a sword which transforms into a bird companion named Giza - the name of Transformers Prime Nemesis Prime's Arms Micron!
We also get our first look at the "Orion Pax" inner robot, whose name and/or true identity are not currently known... but that's sure not Pax's head. Keep reading!
Following the report of implausibly cheap trypticons at Ollie's Bargain Outlet
in Florida over the weekend, we have some possible clarification on the issue. An individual identified as aurora51
reports finding Trypticon at a Nashville area Ollie's, however in this case they were priced at approximately $50 each. Whether it's a case of pricing varying by stores, or more likely a one-off employee error resulting in the now legendary $13 Trypticon, the reality is that while a good deal is still to be had, it not as good as we thought yesterday.
's Rich Johnston
has posted some SPOILERS
#0, the Free Comic Book Day issue intended to kick off the universe-concluding event for IDW's Transformers/shared Hasbro universe. The excerpt concerns the origins of the Spaceknights and their armor, and how it all serves to closer tie together the already closely-aligned IDW comics. Keep reading only if you want part of Unicron #0 spoiled for you!