IDW December 2011 Solicitations

{mosimage}Making your Christmas list to include comics next to that shiny new figure? Here is IDW's December 2011 solicitations!

  • TRANSFORMERS #31
    Mike Costa (w) • Casey Coller (a) • Coller, Photo Cover (c )
    CHAOS is over. The future holds many mysteries, but the past can never be forgotten. As Ironhide looks back at what was, he comes to realize that it may hold the key to what lies ahead. A new peace has settled, and a new time has come for the Autobots, for the Decepticons… for Cybertron.
  • The Transformers Classics, Vol. 2
    Bob Budiansky (w) • Don Perlin and Herb Trimpe (a) • Guido Guidi (c )
    The historic comic book roots of THE TRANSFORMERS are re-presented for maximum Cybertronian enjoyment. Collecting issues from the original run, rejoin OPTIMUS PRIME and MEGATRON and their competing factions as their war stretches across the cosmos. Freshly re-mastered and re-colored, these stories are accompanied by an in-depth introduction as well as select issue notes by Mark W. Bellomo.
  • TRANSFORMERS: The Death of Optimus Prime
    John Barber, James Roberts (w) • Nick Roche (a) • Nick Roche, Photo Cover (c )
    Celebrating 125 issues of IDW’s Transformers! After Chaos, Optimus Prime's fate was shrouded in mystery. Was he truly gone or could there be a way he had emerged unscathed? Now, Optimus sits in contemplation, in a place he does not recognize as home. And with the cost of the battle finally taking its brutal toll, does Optimus Prime even have the will to carry on? CHAOS changed everything, and Transformers #125 sets a new direction for the Autobot leader…

Read the rest of what else IDW has to over this December, and don't forget to sound off at our thread! Also, take a look at a sneak peek panel from issue 125, drawn by Nick Roche and colored by Josh Burcham!

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