Transformers Timelines Issue #3 Preview

BotCon 2008 will be debuting Transformers Timelines Issue #3 featuring the art of none other than Don Figueroa and Espen Grundetjern! This special con edition of Timelines features a 24 page story as well as all the info on the events at BotCon 2008. Check out all the convention details at BotCon.com.

This April, for one Autobot, everything he has known will be shattered! After spending his whole life fighting the Decepticons, he will find himself in a new time and place, one in which the rules of the game have changed and the stakes are higher than ever!

BotCon 2008 and Transformers Timelines Issue 3..."Game on!"
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Blitz 2008-04-07 @ 8:59 am

as far as I can tell no one is saying its ugly looking I think we can all agree its rather nice looking its story content some people have issues with

I'm not too fussed in the long run I don't think I will ever find myself owning a copy not because i don't want it but because I don't i can get a copy for a good price

deceptikhan 2008-04-06 @ 9:11 pm

Damn! Theres alot of complaining for a pretty decent LOOKING comic that no one knows how it turns out yet. MY bet is the "G2" style comic may be part of it, and the fact that they got Don to draw for the comic isnt good enough? I dunno maybe the ones complaining just want something to complain about.

Cool Go-tee on Hot Rod Pete@Botcon! Solute!

Teh INTERNETS ^_^ 2008-04-06 @ 12:06 pm

I always taught shattered glass was a pisstake. Hence why the April Fools comic suited it. Now that they are taking it all seriously... meh.

Not Letting The Acronym Go 2008-04-05 @ 7:22 am

OMG! MIRROR UNIVER WRECKGAR TOTALLY HAS A GOATEE!

Repaints of those actual G1 figures into their mirror universe colors would have UBER ruled, IMO.

EDIT: and been totally worth the money

AGREE'D!

But they can leave out the alternate universe Marissa Fairbourne... I don't need no kiss players mucking it up.

sertile 2008-04-04 @ 3:08 pm

OMG! MIRROR UNIVER WRECKGAR TOTALLY HAS A GOATEE!

Repaints of those actual G1 figures into their mirror universe colors would have UBER ruled, IMO.

EDIT: and been totally worth the money

Lord Madhammer 2008-04-04 @ 3:02 pm
Is this really a surprise to people? The botcon stories have always seemed like poorly written fanwank to me.

*kills wheelie and Danial for no raisen*

There is never no reason to do that.

Drewbie 2008-04-04 @ 2:58 pm

Is this really a surprise to people? The botcon stories have always seemed like poorly written fanwank to me.

*kills wheelie and Danial for no raisen*

Hobbes-timus Prime 2008-04-04 @ 2:48 pm
What the TFCC and BotCon have done to earn my love....

1-Release the remaining three Classics Seekers as exclusives, leaving my collection forever incomplete.

I still find Botcon to be completely free of blame in their Seeker set. No amount of wishful thinking was going to make Hasbro release the same mold six times in a single line at retail. That's never, ever, ever happened without the support of a film that cost 150 million dollars (you know, since G1...but the market's changed a lot in 20 years, folks).

The '09 CC Movie Bumblebee mold begs to differ :tftongue

Okay, fine.

Lord Madhammer 2008-04-04 @ 2:37 pm
What the TFCC and BotCon have done to earn my love....

1-Release the remaining three Classics Seekers as exclusives, leaving my collection forever incomplete.

I still find Botcon to be completely free of blame in their Seeker set. No amount of wishful thinking was going to make Hasbro release the same mold six times in a single line at retail. That's never, ever, ever happened (you know, since G1...but the market's changed a lot in 20 years, folks).

The '09 CC Movie Bumblebee mold begs to differ :tftongue

Although I do agree I can't really blame the TFCC, or even Hasbro, for the Seeker set. Had Classics 1.0 been a primary line rather then filler I'm 99% sure we would have gotten Thundercracker, Dirge, and Thrust in retail at some point. I can't really blame Hasbro for only producing three Seekers given the fact that at the time Hasbro thought the line would be finished after two waves.

Nor can I blame the TFCC for getting Hasbro to produce the three remaining Seekers, regardless of the limited quantities.

I'm still allowed to be pissed over not getting them though :D

I think there's a statute of limitations on that JMO

Agent Zero 2008-04-04 @ 2:28 pm
What the TFCC and BotCon have done to earn my love....

1-Release the remaining three Classics Seekers as exclusives, leaving my collection forever incomplete.

I still find Botcon to be completely free of blame in their Seeker set. No amount of wishful thinking was going to make Hasbro release the same mold six times in a single line at retail. That's never, ever, ever happened (you know, since G1...but the market's changed a lot in 20 years, folks).

The '09 CC Movie Bumblebee mold begs to differ :tftongue

Although I do agree I can't really blame the TFCC, or even Hasbro, for the Seeker set. Had Classics 1.0 been a primary line rather then filler I'm 99% sure we would have gotten Thundercracker, Dirge, and Thrust in retail at some point. I can't really blame Hasbro for only producing three Seekers given the fact that at the time Hasbro thought the line would be finished after two waves.

Nor can I blame the TFCC for getting Hasbro to produce the three remaining Seekers, regardless of the limited quantities.

I'm still allowed to be pissed over not getting them though :D

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