As the Decepticons take over important facilities in Iacon, it opens up an opportunity for a jailbreak! But, will Bumblebee, Swindle, and Trickdiamond be able to escape — and is it really better for them if they do? The iTunes Apple Books three-page preview of “War World: Hunt,” due in shops March 3rd, is ready for your weekend viewing after the jump so check it out and then sound off on the 2005 boards!
Latest information on Transformers Comics from IDW including G1 Ongoing, all the mini-series, and their Transformers Movie comics. Also features archived news from Dreamwave and Marvel comics.
TFW2005 member Issy543 moves the comics forecast ahead with an early look at incoming IDW titles scheduled for release in May.
Vying for spots on your New Comic Book Day pull lists: My Little Pony / Transformers II #2, Transformers #31, Transformers Annual 2021, a reminder for Transformers Volume 4: Declaration of War and Transformers Beast Wars #4.
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Series artist and TFW2005 member Josh Burcham joins TFW2005 member Necromaster in alerting us to the iTunes Apple Books three-page preview of Transformers Beast Wars issue #2.
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Creator credits: Erik Burnham (Author), Josh Burcham (Artist, Cover Artist), Dan Schoening (Cover Artist), Winston Chan (Cover Artist)
Some time ago i had an utmost delight coming up with Strax(x)us redesign for the new age and it’s supremely cool to see how @Andernell draws him in the Transformers: Escape series! Issue 2 out today! Also had the honor of doing a cover B so here’s some thumbnail sketches!
Only three more issues of this miniseries remain, so secure your copy of the second installment then join in the discussion on the 2005 boards!
Creator credits: Brian Ruckley (Author), Bethany McGuire-Smith (Artist, Cover Artist), Anna Malkova (Cover Artist), Sara Pitre-Durocher (Cover Artist)
Wheeljack, Hound, Highbrow, and other great thinkers and legendary heroes know their plan will work… if they can get the Arks up and running again. But the Decepticons have something else in mind, with more to come in the 5-page preview of Transformers Escape issue #2.
Add the latest installment of this miniseries to your New Comic Book Day pull list tomorrow. In the meantime, share your thoughts about the artwork and story in discussion on the 2005 boards!
PREVIEWSworld refreshes our March solicitations list once again, revealing the retailer incentive cover for Transformers Escape issue #4 by Red Powell.
As Wheeljack, Hound, and the others lead the evacuation efforts, they learn that one of their allies has secrets of their own that could ruin the whole escape plan. Meanwhile, the Decepticons search for the renegade Insecticons, but who’s really hunting who?
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Our March solicitations coverage receives an update from series artist and TFW2005 member Josh Burcham via the reveal of his Transformers Beast Wars issue #2 cover A artwork:
Thank you all for picking up the book!! You’re all amazing! Stick around for issue 2! You’re not gonna want to miss it 😀
Look for this issue to be available on March 3rd, and in the meantime sound off on the 2005 boards!
Series author Erik Burnham returns with more insights about Transformers Beast Wars, including a cast list and an explanation of the timeline at play in this series.
So where in the timeline does this take place? Are we still about 500 years before Generation One?
That’s the fun thing. It could be. It doesn’t have to be. We haven’t made plain the whens or the wheres of it all yet because the big twist that the show used (this all happening on a prehistoric Earth) may or may not be something we ultimately follow. Hasbro has been open to making changes — in fact that was a key thing they wanted — so long as they liked the new ideas as much as the old.
Will this series have any connection to the original Beast Wars comic from 2006?
It will not! The idea here was, at first, to just do exactly what the show did — but pad it out more, give more of a look into things. That was where we started. And then Hasbro & IDW decided, instead, to go for something different. The word thrown out was ‘Ultimate,’ like Marvel’s old Ultimate line. We start in a familiar place, with tiny changes. But a tiny change can change the path of a story—leading to other changes and a wholly different path.
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The highly anticipated 5-page preview of Transformers Beast Wars issue #1 is ready for your optic scanning via Comic Watch, yesssssss! Sound off on the 2005 boards with your thoughts about this series!
Celebrating 25 years of Beast Wars! In the future, the planet Cybertron belongs to the scientific-minded Maximals and the action-oriented Predacons! When a crew of Predacons, led by the successor to the Megatron name, steal a golden disk and a ship capable of traveling through time, it’s up to Optimus Primal and his Maximal crew – Rattrap, Rhinox, Cheetor, and new character Nyx – to catch them! A brand-new Beast era begins in an oversized first issue by Erik Burnham (Ghostbusters, Transformers/Ghostbusters) and Josh Burcham (Transformers, Transformers Galaxies), yesssss!
With war on the horizon, a team of unaligned Cybertronians hatches a plan to save themselves and as many civilians as they can from the impending destruction. Who does Shockwave consider sharp enough to bear watching? Find out in the iTunes Apple Books three-page preview of Transformers Escape issue #2, due in shops February 10th, then join in the discussion on the 2005 boards!