Transformers Animated: Arrival #2

Marty Isenberg (w); Dario Brizuela, Marcelo Matere (a); Irineo Maramba, Marcelo Matere (c)

The all-new, original comic based on the hit TRANSFORMERS ANIMATED series on Cartoon Network continues here! TRANSFORMERS ANIMATED series head writer Marty Isenberg and artist Dario Brizuela continue their all new tales of Detroit’s favorite alien robots with “Attention Surplus Disorder,” in which the AUTOBOTS clash with Detroit’s FORMER favorite hero, who’s craving to steal the spotlight back from the giant cybernetic upstarts.

Also, in the backup story “Whatever Happened to Whatisname?”, Isenberg teams with artist Marcelo Matere to tell the untold tale of what became of a certain DECEPTICON after his defeat by the AUTOBOTS. The answer may surprise and disturb you! Matere and Animated Series director Irineo Maramba each provide covers.

FC • 32 pages • $3.99 - On sale 09/10/08 -
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