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The Underbase at FullMetalHero interviewed John Barber in which he confirmed that Marvel UK inker Stephen Baskerville will be returning to reunite the trinity for Transformers Classics.

Andrew Wildman mentioned at Auto Assembly that it was something they hoped to do and now it's confirmed.


Category: Transformers Comic News | Submitted by: Moonbug - on: Wednesday, 9th November 2011 at 11:43:03 GMT | Share: | Discuss: Read on

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TFW2005.com were invited to a webinar with Hasbro and IDW comics to cover a bit on the close future of the Transformers Comics

After the Death of Optimus Prime (IDW #125, due in December), the "War for Cybertron" is officially over. The Autobots have won and took control of the planet. They are starting to rebuild. There is a choice though - stay or go. This is where the split into 2 books will happen. More Than Meets The Eye will follow Rodimus and his team, as they choose to leave Cybertron. Robots In Disguise will focus on the new leader, Bumblebee, and how he leads the remaining Autobots (and Decepticons, all Transformers for that matter), on Cybertron. Two books, one universe.

In
More Than Meets The Eye, Rodimus will lead at least the following bots - Ultra Magnus, Drift, Ratchet (they are seen on the multi cover images). We will follow them and whomever goes with them in space as they search for the "Knights of Cybertron" a legendary band of bots. They are not even sure if they are real. They supposedly have the power to return Cybertron to the "Golden Age" before the war. This group will run into remnants of the Great War on planets and locations that aren't yet aware it is over, as well as other conflicts. So even though the war is over, it is still an action book.

Robots In Disguise
will focus on Bumblebee and his attempts to rebuild Cybertron's society. Bots staying with 'Bee will include at least Ironhide, Prowl and Wheeljack. Thousands of neutral Transformers are returning home knowing the war is over. Cybertronians that fled the planet eons ago without choosing sides. Left over Decepticons are also present and need to be dealt with, re-integrated. Bumblebee doesn't want to return to the past; rather, he wants to forge a new future for their race. Here and now, moving forward. Managing all these factions and points of view is hard and we will follow his journey through that.

So basically - it is a
philosophical difference between groups of Autobots after the war. Do they look to the past and try to rediscover it, or move away from it look to the future. We follow each view point in the 2 books.

At first, there will be some cross over in the books. But after the "split" officially happens (I assume Rodimus rolls out with his crew to go planet hopping), the
books will be relatively independent of each other. There will be themes that may cross over, and Rodimus' crew members may "call home" every so often. But otherwise, independent.

The way this is being pushed is that if you are new to the IDW universe, new to Transformers, or just want to jump back in,
this is a good point to do so. It's a reboot without losing the rich continuity they have built over the last 3 years.

Each issue ships with
5 variant covers, each shows the major players in each group, connected art covers. Will have Auto/Decept tattoos as well when they ship. 4 variants and one by series artist.

With that general back-story, I'll post brief QnA info from the event below. All paraphrased.



MTME/RID Questions


RE: Talent
No set time for arcs, writers, artists. Ongoing. Alex Milne, Guido, Roche, Wildman, Furman, all involved in something right now.

RE: Reading CHAOS first
Chaos - don't need to have read it, but reading Chaos will enhance the RID/MTMTE experience.

RE: Underused characters
Yes. Name tossed out - Metalhawk. Will still continue with core recognizable characters, but secondary guys will be worked in.

RE: Profile books (IDW Verse)
Chance.

RE: Decepticons
Starscream role in RID. Cyclonus even though in IDW not a Decept.

RE: Mini Series
Mini series to spin out from these series like Ironhide or Drift - not right now. Infestation and Original G1 are secondary books right now. Possible down the road.

RE: Furman on main continuity books
Loves work, but for now, he's on original and main is staffed well.

RE: Switching artists every 6 months
Not exact, but switch outs will happen.

RE: Cybertron modes
Wait and see.

RE: Decepticons
Play role - yes. Population of Decepticons in RID. Finding a place for Decepts in new world is a difficult challenge to overcome. Different way in MTMTE.


Non MTMTE/RID Questions:


RE: Last Stand of the Wreckers
Plans to continue - no chance right now.

RE: Legacy of Rust
Looking into it.

RE: Autoacrity
Expect announcement later. Set in past. Part of universe. Surprising revelations. Print/Digital - talk later.

Re: Prime Comic
No comment right now.

RE: Writing
Easier to write for these characters? - Always a challenge, but no different than other properties.

RE: G1 Collections
Will IDW continue to release G1 Marvel, collect full series, and will they do G2 in same way?
- Moving ahead, more coming, wait and see on where it goes. Not his personal dept so not 100% sure.

RE: Animated Comics
Not at the moment.

RE: Joe/TF Crossover
Not planned, but Infestation 2 is coming out.

RE: Release schedule
MTMTE week 1, RID week 3, etc - At first yes. Eventually, could change due to overall IDW scheduling. Also will try not to do 2/3 books of a single series in a row etc.

RE: Toys
Not his dept. :).

RE: Vetoing IDW ideas
Veto not a good word. Like to see all ideas, go nuts. If Hasbro needs to, will reel back in. With 1/2 exceptions, never vetoed idea. More of a collab, try to go back and forth until ideas work for everyone.

RE: Exodus/Exiles
More Novels? Stay tuned.

RE: Killing more characters
Not for an event just to sell books, but otherwise, no one is safe.

RE: Universes
Novels fall into current Prime Universe, Movie is own verse, and then IDW "G1" is another one.

RE: Other continuities
Right now - no plans to expand other continuities.

RE: War for Cybertron
Are the WFC games considered part of Prime continuity - YES. Quick and decisive answer.

RE: War for Cybertron Comics
WFC comics - no comment, don't read too much into that. Focus of this event is MTMTE/RID.


More Than Meets The Eye
and Robots In Disguise Issue #1's and their respective 5 covers each go on pre-order this Friday, make sure to add them to your pull lists or grab subscriptions how you normally do. They should be in stores this January.

Category: Transformers Comic News | Submitted by: Moonbug - on: Thursday, 20th October 2011 at 20:25:13 BST | Share: | Discuss: Read on

Transformers Comic NewsIf you are out at news agents looking for Titans Transformers comic then you should be aware that the publication has been re-branded now as Transformers Prime.  There are two reasons for this, firstly the Movie line has ended so they have decided to move on, and secondly Transformers Prime is airing so it ties in to help market the show and, when they are eventually released over here, the toys.

Category: Transformers Comic News | Submitted by: quartz - on: Friday, 14th October 2011 at 08:37:08 BST | Share: | Discuss: Read on

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ComicBookResource.com has posted a preview of IDW's Transformers #26 on their website with the description "CHAOS” rages on! A hole is punched through to the core of Cybertron itself—but what for? Where’s Galvatron?! And why is Megatron, deep in the Autobot base and stuck in his cell, laughing? It all spells one thing—TROUBLE with a capital “Crush the Heroes!” CHAOS part 2, in which things go from bad, to holy-hell-how-are-we-gonna-get-out-of-this-alive!!!"  as well as several images.  Check it out now.


Category: Transformers Comic News | Submitted by: quartz - on: Tuesday, 20th September 2011 at 09:03:32 BST | Share: | Discuss: Read on

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Our thanks go to Matt Marshall for pointing us to DeviantArt where he has uploaded a fanzine that was available at Auto Assembly called "The 'Best' of Transformers Comic-Magazin" which showcases some previously ignored German Generation One comic stories.  Here's Matt's description.  "The 'Best' of Transformers Comic-Magazin'. This showcases translated G1 stories from a German Transformers comic which was published from the later 80s to the early 90s. These are all official Transformers stories in their own strange G1 continuity, but have remained forgotten until now.

I'm sure people will be interested in this, it's a whole original sub-continuity of G1 from the 80s which has gone unremarked upon until now. Who knows what else might be out there?"

Who knows indeed, you can view the fanzine at http://blueshift2k5.deviantart.com/art/Best-of-TF-Comic-Magazin-254949927.

Category: Transformers Comic News | Submitted by: quartz - on: Thursday, 25th August 2011 at 20:22:41 BST | Share: | Discuss: Read on

Transformers Comic NewsThe Allspark members NightViper, lonegamer8, Might Gaine and Powered Convoy have scanned and translated the manga (comic) that came with the recently released Transformers Generations 2011 Volume 2 book by Million Publishing.  The story features TakaraTomy's Transformers United figures and focuses around the Generations Book exclusive figure Stepper with Nebulon figure.  The comic outline was written by Simon Furman and drawn by Guido Guidi who also helped out with the translation.

Category: Transformers Comic News | Submitted by: quartz - on: Thursday, 25th August 2011 at 08:46:46 BST | Share: | Discuss: Read on

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IDW Transformers comic book artist Alex Milne has updated his DeviantART site with the the concept drawing for Springarm, who features in issues 22 and 23 of the ongoing Transformers comic.  You can view a mirrored copy of the image below.

IDW SPringarm concept artwork

Category: Transformers Comic News | Submitted by: quartz - on: Thursday, 18th August 2011 at 08:48:17 BST | Share: | Discuss: Read on

Transformers Comic NewsIDW revealed that after the Chaos storyline concludes two new ongoing series will emerge: Transformers: Robots in Disguise by John Barber and Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye by James Roberts.

Now artist Andrew Griffith has given us a little more information regarding the creative teams via his blog. Josh Perez will be handling colorist duties on his upcoming post Chaos series Robots in Disguise, and Josh Burcham will be coloring the other post Chaos ongoing series More Than Meets the Eye.

Though you might want to know that Josh Perez will be coloring my upcoming comic Transformers ongoing comic, Robots in Disguise.

And for those of you who don't know, Josh Burcham will be coloring the other ongoing, More than Meets the Eye!

Category: Transformers Comic News | Submitted by: Moonbug - on: Tuesday, 26th July 2011 at 11:17:17 BST | Share: | Discuss: Read on

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The next issue of the TCC Magazine will begin shipping in the next couple of days, but the cover can be seen right now! Click the story thumbnail to see the incredible cover done by Matt Frank (the artist behind this years Hall of Fame Waspinator profile art). In this great scene created just for the TCC Magazine, we can see there is a bit of a disagreement between Beast Wars Waspinator and Animated Waspinator as to whom actually receives the trophy for "Waspinator's" induction in to the Transformers Hall of Fame!

The Transformers Collectors Club has been updated with information on the September issue

Issue 40 will give club members a detailed look at BotCon 2011 and the Transformers Hall of Fame as well as ALL-NEW MTMTE character profiles, an interview with Transformers Prime Voice Actor Steven Blum, Part 4 of the ongoing comic "Transformers: Battle Lines" and more!

Also, stay tuned to the TCC as there will be a sneak peak at next year's FREE Membership Incentive Figure Runamuck in the next couple of weeks. Not a member yet? Check out the Benefits tab and then be sure to Join Now!

Transformers Collectors Club Sept Magazine

Category: Transformers Comic News | Submitted by: Moonbug - on: Monday, 25th July 2011 at 22:21:08 BST | Share: | Discuss: Read on

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The true legendary scribe of Transformers, Simon Furman, have updated his blog with a small entry regarding the SDCC announcement by IDW that Transformers #81 will indeed be published with a special 20 part run (issue 80.5 through 100) with the original Generation One crew of Simon Furman and Andrew Wildman back on board.  Here is Simon's post

"Announced live yesterday at San Diego Comicon — the original Marvel Transformers comic series (cancelled back in 1991 at issue #80) is being continued by IDW Publishing, thanks in large part to an online fan petition (big shouts for Luke and Ron of the IDW forums) and the tireless efforts of IDW EiC Chris Ryall. Transformers (‘classic’) will (re-) launch in Spring 2012 with issue 80 and a half, and reunites the previous writer/artist team of myself and Andrew Wildman. The reinvigorated run will build to a monumental 100th issue conclusion, pulling together and tying up every dangling plotline you can think of and a whole lot you can’t! What else can I tell you about the series? Nada. Niente. Zilch. So don’t ask. For the time being anyway we’re keeping this tightly under wraps. But it is going to shatter your trousers! Guaranteed! "

Do not forget that Simon Furman and Andrew Wildman will both be in attendance at Auto Assembly next month in Birmingham where you can give them your reactions in person

Category: Transformers Comic News | Submitted by: quartz - on: Saturday, 23rd July 2011 at 10:57:01 BST | Share: | Discuss: Read on

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The Allspark have posted a good round-up of the IDW panel from this years SDCC.  You can find the article here. Which included the news that Simon Furman and Andrew Wildman will be back to write Transformers issues 81 to 100 in 2012 that will indeed continue on from the end of the Generation One series. So a 19 part mini-series, you can be sure that there will be more on this over the coming weeks especially since both parties will be at Auto Assembly next month

Category: Transformers Comic News | Submitted by: quartz - on: Thursday, 21st July 2011 at 18:58:29 BST | Share: | Discuss: Read on

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Jim Sorenson has updated his blog Disciples of Boltax with a new entry that continues on from last weeks update on Desertion of the Dinobots.  As you could probably guess the entry is titled "The Ark Addendum - Desertion of the Dinobots (part 2)" and contains more character sheets from that episode of the show.

Here's a preview of the article Jim wrote that accompanies the blog entry, but you can find the full post here.

"Part one gave us a nice survey of some Earthly structures.  This time, we had to Cybertron!  We'd previously seen the surface of Cybertron, in episodes like More than Meets the Eye and Divide and Conquer.  This time, we go much deeper, seeing some mining pits and computer screens."


Category: Transformers Comic News | Submitted by: quartz - on: Thursday, 23rd June 2011 at 10:17:08 BST | Share: | Discuss: Read on

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ComiXology and IDW have published a press release announcing the release of IDW's Transformers title onto the Android mobile OS

comiXology and IDW Publishing today announced a partnership to bring TRANSFORMERS comics to Android and the Web as the battle for Earth between AUTOBOTS and DECEPTICONS rages on.

Through this strategic undertaking, comics fans everywhere will now be able to experience every metal crunching battle of more than 200 TRANSFORMERS comics using comiXology’s Guided View™ Technology, enabling the reader to transition smoothly between different comic panels, mimicking the reading experience of a traditional print comic book.


“Working with IDW, one of the largest and most esteemed comic publishers in the industry, to launch their entire TRANSFORMERS comic library on Android is truly an honor,” said David Steinberger, CEO of comiXology. “IDW has really elevated TRANSFORMERS comics to a fan-favorite that our community has been waiting for.


All of the TRANSFORMERS comics will be available on the comiXology Android and Web platforms starting Thursday, July 23rd.


“It’s been very important to IDW to offer our TRANSFORMERS line to digital comics fans everywhere,” stated Jeff Webber, IDW’s Director of ePublishing. “We’ve always been impressed with comiXology’s strength in offering comics across multiple platforms, including Android and the Web. David and his team have put together an awesome offering. And just wait till you see how we kick it off when the doors open Thursday! I think we’re going to make a lot of TRANSFORMERS fans happy this week.”



Today’s announcement comes just days after comiXology exceeded the one million mark of comic book downloads on the Android platform.

The TRANSFORMERS digital comics collection features all the currently available TRANSFORMERS: DARK OF THE MOON movie-related comics, plus previous movie-related series, cartoon tie-ins, IDW's own ongoing TRANFORMERS series and related titles, and even old classics from the 80s, including:
• TRANSFORMERS: Dark of the Moon Movie Adaptation
• TRANSFORMERS: Dark of the Moon: Rising Storm Movie Prequel
• TRANSFORMERS: Dark of the Moon: Foundation Movie Prequel
• TRANSFORMERS: Revenge of the Fallen Movie Adaption
• TRANSFORMERS: Movie Adaption
• TRANSFORMERS: All Hail Megatron
• TRANSFORMERS: Revenge of the Fallen: Alliance Movie Prequel
• TRANSFORMERS: Classics
• TRANSFORMERS: Revenge of the Fallen: Defiance Movie Prequel
• TRANSFORMERS: Heart of Darkness
• TRANSFORMERS: PRIME
• TRANSFORMERS: Spotlight
About comiXology

Since 2007 comiXology has been developing the technological infrastructure to bring comics into the digital mainstream and expose new audiences to the rich history and culture of the industry. Through partnerships with top comic book publishers including Marvel Comics, DC Comics, IDW Publishing, Archaia Entertainment, BOOM! Studios, Dynamite Entertainment and Image Comics as well as their own mobile and web apps which hosts over 9,500 digital titles, comiXology has become a leader in digital comic book proliferation. Also focused on creating strong ties with retail stores through its technology solutions, comiXology continues to transform the previously fragmented comic ecosystem into a vibrant and cohesive marketplace.

About IDW Publishing

IDW is an award-winning publisher of comic books, graphic novels and trade paperbacks, based in San Diego, California. Renowned for its diverse catalog of licensed and independent titles, IDW publishes some of the most successful and popular titles in the industry, including: Hasbro’s TRANSFORMERS and G.I. JOE, Paramount’s Star Trek; HBO’s True Blood; the BBC’s DOCTOR WHO; Toho’s Godzilla; and comics and trade collections based on novels by worldwide bestselling author, James Patterson. IDW is also home to the Library of American Comics imprint, which publishes classic comic reprints; Yoe! Books, a partnership with Yoe! Studio; and is the print publisher for EA Comics.

IDW’s original horror series, 30 Days of Night, was launched as a major motion picture in October 2007 by Sony Pictures and was the #1 film in its first week of release. More information about the company can be found at IDWPublishing.com.

Category: Transformers Comic News | Submitted by: quartz - on: Thursday, 23rd June 2011 at 10:12:14 BST | Share: | Discuss: Read on

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Jim Sorenson updated his blog the Disciples of Boltax during the week with another Ark Addendum.  This weeks entry was entitled The Ark Addendum - Desertion of the Dinobots (part 1) and, as the name suggest, features some character sheets from the Generation One Cartoon Episode, Desertion of the Dinobots.

Here is Jim's take on this weeks entry "Usually on multipart episodes I just mix up the models, as they tend to be pretty similar thematically.  Not this time though, no.  Part one gives us a nice variety of Earthen backgrounds.  We start out at the EJK Science Complex - I love the vault there.  When the Decepticon attack on that is foiled, Spike relaxes at the Fun A Rama amusement park before heading to the Central City Airport to pick up his dad.  Finally, after the Decepticon base there is rooted out, they go to recharge at the DLP Electric plant.  One thing that's interesting to me is how each of the places they visit has a name, at least on the model sheet.  I wonder what that's about.  "

Category: Transformers Comic News | Submitted by: quartz - on: Saturday, 18th June 2011 at 16:16:39 BST | Share: | Discuss: Read on

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Unfortunatley the internets connetion in our hotel is  poor, so uploading our pictures from BotCon is scheduled to take 5 hours +, so you'll have to hold off for our image unfortunatley.

What I can tell you is that Saturday BotCon features the IDW Panel,  Hasbro Toy Panel (expect images and information to come flooding out about Dark of the Moon, Transformers Prime, Masterpiece Rodimus and probably some more Generations toys.  Following that is the Transformers Collectors Club panel, which we're not expecting much from, then the 1986 voice actors panel.

Category: Transformers Comic News | Submitted by: Moonbug - on: Saturday, 4th June 2011 at 16:24:27 BST | Share: | Discuss: Read on

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