By Mechafire from TFW2005
Apple's iTunes website has updated with the brief, 3-page previews for both Transformers: More than Meets the Eye #32 and Transformers vs. G.I. Joe #2:
Transformers: More than Meets the Eye #32
SLAUGHTERHOUSE! The crew of the Lost Light are used to past decisions coming back to bite them, but nothing—not even an ULTRA MAGNUS-certified crash course in the law of unintended consequences—could have prepared them for the horrors of Sector 113. Be warned: this issue is not for the easily distressed—or the easily heartbroken.
Transformers vs. G.I. Joe #2
BOOTS ON THE GROUND! The war has begun—and no bars will be held! SCARLETT’s forces go head-to-head with MEGATRON’s hordes—and the most off-beat adventure in comic book history hits a new level of dangerous alliances, deadly invasions, and devastating betrayals!
Both will be released on Wednesday, August 27, but if you don't mind some spoilers, you can check out the previews after the jump!Read Replies (0)
By ORIO from TFW2005
D-Drive has once again been cool enough to give us the heads up on what we can expect from the world of Transformers comics for next week!
On tap for our beloved Robots In Disguise next Wednesday, August 20th is:
TRANSFORMERS ROBOTS IN DISGUISE #32 DAWN O/T AUTOBOTS(W) John Barber (A/CA) Andrew Griffith
AUTOBOTS VERSUS EARTH! OPTIMUS PRIME and the AUTOBOTS discover the humans' secret-and they aren't pleased with what they learn! Will the DECEPTICON's alliance tear down the peace-and will the world learn the CYBERTRONIANs are back?
TRANSFORMERS VS GI JOE #1 (SDCC variant covers A, B and 1-in-10 incentive)(W) Tom Scioli, John Barber (A/CA) Tom Scioli
SPACE WAR I! Earth makes contact with an alien race-and G.I. JOE is on the front lines of first contact! But when the TRANSFORMERS arrive-their version of "peace" does not match our own... Read Replies (0)
By Sol Fury from TFW2005
Death's Head is an unusual character in Transformers lore. A "freelance peace keeping agent", he was used extensively during the golden era of the 1980s UK Transformers comics - particularly in the 1987 / 1988 story arcs which saw Galvatron timejump to the then-present day, with Rodimus and others in hot pursuit. However, while Death's Head had a lot of page-time in the UK Transformers comics, he never made it to the US Marvel Transformers comics - and because he was owned by Marvel rather than Hasbro, he's never been used in Transformers since, never mind getting a toy.
That has all changed though, because Death's Head has now had an action figure released in the 3.75 inch Marvel Infinite Series collection. He's richly detailed and features his axe, buckler and mace accessories - the axe and mace can replace his fists, like the classic artwork. He's a fun little figure, although the hard rubber skirt tends to limit his legs a bit.
Check out our gallery at the link below, yes?Marvel Infinite Series Death's Head Gallery
(for those among you who like Doctor Who, yes, Death's Head met him, too...)Read Replies (0)
By SilverOptimus from TFW2005
Transformers: Age Of Extinction Digital HD and Blu-Ray Release pre-orders are now up at iTunes
The following is mentioned for the Walmart release:"Only at Walmart, this giftset includes 3 Transformers PVC figurines created exclusively for this set, and not available elsewhere. Figurines are approx. 2.75" - 3" tall. For Ages 5 and older. Figurine set includes Optimus Prime, Bumblebee and Stinger. This giftset also includes an exclusive custom metal magnet with the "Transformers 4" logo, not available elsewhere."Read Replies (0)