Generation 1 Reviews
Murder Mystery on Cybertron! Except it's not that much of a mystery. But either way it's up to Prowl to deal with the murderer and his accomplices, while also dealing with his experiences on Earth. "Devisive" is written by John Barber with art by Andrew Griffith and colors by Josh Perez. Built for the motion comic format by Tomas Sisternos with separations and setup by David Reyes. Continue to full review
Galvatron's past as a warlord who united ancient Cybertron is revealed as Prowl makes a calculated mess of things, and Marissa Faireborn plays her trump card. "Earthfall Part 3: The Mind Bomb" is written by John Barber with art by Andrew Griffith with flashbacks by Casey W. Coller and Brendan Cahill. Colors by Josh Perez and Joana Lafuente.Continue to full review
Field-trip to Delphi!
A mysterious virus sweeps the medical facility, causing Autobots to cry their guts out. What is Red Rust and what causes it- and how can Ratchet help the Delphi medical team stop it? "Life After The Big Bang" is written by James Roberts with art by Alex Milne and colors by Josh Burcham. Built for the motion comic format by Tomas Sisternos with setups and separation by Sean Worsham. Continue to full review
Meet Marissa Faireborn: former protester, current anti-Cybertronian strikeforce commander. So desperate to strike back against the Autobots for harboring Megatron that she'd make a deal with the devil. Or at least Galvatron, which is possibly worse. "Earthfall Part 2: Detonation Boulevard" is written by John Barber with art by Andrew Griffith with flashbacks by Guido Guidi and Brendan Cahill. Colors by Josh Perez and Joana Lafuente. Continue to full review
G-g-g-ghost! What's haunting the Lost Light, what does it have to do with the mysterious disappearances, and why shouldn't the coffin be opened? All these questions, plus Ten in "World, Shut Your Mouth" part 2! Written by James Roberts, art by Alex Milne, with colors by Joana Lafuente. Read the full review!
What happened to Megatron after he declared himself an Autobot? How did he become captain of the Lost Light? Has Whirl found out yet? At least one of these question will be answered in "World, Shut Your Mouth!" Written by James Roberts, art by Alex Milne, colors by Josh Burcham. Read the full review
The Autobots return to Earth and the regular creative team returns to RID! In the wake of Dark Cybertron, Optimus Prime leads a new team to Earth, the planet where the war ended. But Earth has changed in the wake of the Transformers' previous visits... "Earthfall Part 1: Hello Cruel World" is written by John Barber with art by Andrew Griffith. Colors by Josh Perez and Joana Lafuente.Continue to full review
Six months after the events of Dark Cybertron, Windblade struggles with her new life on Cybertron. At odds with Starscream over her duty maintaining Metroplex, and by extension the Cybertronian population residing within him, Windblade's real problems are only just beginning... Written by Mairghread Scott, with art by Sarah Stone. Read the full review!
The forums have been rolling out the Tranformers figure reviews. So many, I can hardly keep up. So I am going to start posting these round-ups with all the latest reviews to help everyone get the scoop on new and older toys. Everyone is welcomed to share their video and pictorial reviews. All you need to do is post them in the forums reviews section
. Read on to see all the new reviews that have been posted this month.
It is the end of time and space as all of existence races towards Cybertron to become a singularity to feed the world forever. Autobots and Decepticons join together, but against the dissolution of reality as they know it, and 70 billion Ammonites, does any hope remain? Story by John Barber and James Roberts, layouts by Phil Jimenez, pencils by Brendan Cahill, and inks by Brian Shearer, with colors by Josh Perez. Read the full review.
The end nears! Time and space collapse towards Shockwave, who stands on the edge of realizing all of his goals. Everyone comes together to put an end to his plans, but who will be required to sacrifice their life to ensure that all Cybertronians have a future? Written by John Barber and James Roberts, art by Andrew Griffith, with colors by Josh Perez. Read the full review!
Experience the beginning of Robot Politics again for the first time as Robots in Disguise issue 1 makes the leap to motion comics from Madefire! Bumblebee struggles with his new responsibilities as the leader of the entire and ever-growing Cybertronian population in Iacon, Cybertron's last city. But even caged and fitted with deterrence devices, the Decepticons under leadership of Ratbat have not given up... Read the full review!
- Rodimus Prime stands the last line of defense as the ultimate darkness stands poised to pass through the walls of reality. But at what price can all of creation be saved, and is Rodimus Prime willing to make the greatest sacrifice? Transformers: ReGeneration One #100
is written by Simon Furman, with art by Andrew Wildman, Geoff Senior, and Guido Guidi, with inks by Stephen Baskerville and colors by John-Paul Bove. Continue to full review
With the battle won, the victorious Cybertronians take advantage of a needed down time to salvage their injured and reconnect with friends thought lost. The rules are beginning to change, but will the growing unity brought about by Shockwave's failed machinations be enough to survive what comes next? "The Becoming", Dark Cybertron Chapter 10, written by James Roberts and John Barber, art by Alex Milne, Brendan Cahill, and Livio Ramondelli, and additional inks by Brian Shearer, with colors by Josh Perez and Livio Ramondelli. Read the full review!
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Ratchet is missing! The Autobots have one clue to his whereabouts: "Skylogic." But the Lone Gunmen are on the trail of Skylogic as well- can the Autobots and the Gunmen work together to save Ratchet and stop the mysterious virus that's been tearing people apart? The X-Files Conspiracy: The Transformers
is part 3 of a 6-issue crossover event written by Paul Crilley with art by Dheeraj Verma, colors by Joana Lafuente, letters by Chris Mowry, and edits by John Barber and Denton J. Tipton. Continue to full review
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