Review: Transformers Revolution #1

 

(IDW – 2016)

Writer: John Barber

Artist: Andrew Griffith
Colors: Thomas Deer
Letters: Gilberto Lazcand
Regular Cover: Marcelo Matere

Thundercracker and Buster the dog must race to the rescue in Transformers REVOLUTION #1, as former Earth Defence Command Director Marissa Faireborn battles to save the President from the Dire Wraiths. IDW Publishingís major crossover REVOLUTION event now bring us the most unlikely alliance of all between Transformer, dog, droids, and humans, as the fight to contain Ore 13 and stop the Dire Wraiths reaches the White House itself! Continue reading

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Review: Transformers #55

(IDW Publishing 2016)

Writer: John Barber

Art: Andrew Griffith

Colors: Josh Burcham

Letters: Tom B Long

All Hail Optimus reaches its thrilling conclusion in IDW Publishing’s Transformers #55, a Titan has risen at Prime’s command in Monument Valley on Earth, the political intrigue on Cybertron has reached a crucial turning point, and the conflict between Transformers and humans forces caused by Optimus Prime’s annexing of Earth now becomes a desperate last ditch attempt to stop Galvatron escaping in a climatic final showdown in space. Continue reading

Review: Transformer #54

(IDW 2016)
Writer: John Barber
Art: Andrew Griffith
Colors: Josh Burcham
Letters: Tom B Long

The full implications of Optimus Prime’s choice to annex Earth as part of Cybertron’s Council of Worlds begin to unfold in IDW Publishing’s Transformers #54, as All Hail Optimus: Part 5 sees Optimus’ new alliance with Soundwave quickly running into trouble. Continue reading

Review: Transformers #45

(IDW 2015)

Writer: John Barber

Art: Andrew Griffith

Colors: Josh Perez

With a tenuous peace existing on Cybertron, the alliance with Earth Defense Command as Soundwave’s Decepticon commune is constructed in orbit around Jupiter, and the Autobots close to deciphering the secret code in the Onyx systems Galvetron’s Decepticons are ready to uses this current state of disunity to their advantage. Continue reading