I didn't think it was just Sara, since Mairghread had a baby about a month or so back. Guess it was convenient to both of them.
Yeah, I feel like it was most likely a mixture of both of these things.
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Posted 14 January 2017 - 03:48 AM
The other day on Twitter, I think Sara (think being key here) was talking about wishing they could do more Spotlights, and I realized I'd kill for some Spotlights set during the -ations era. I'd love to see, say, Banzai-Tron set under Scott's pen.
Posted 19 January 2017 - 03:11 AM
Struck me today that IDW Megatron may be one, if not the most powerful Megatrons. On his own, he defeated an Apex Armored Sentinel Prime, crossed the hostile planet of Junk, consistently beat the hell out of Optimus in one on one combat, thoroughly thrashed Magnus' team in the Costa Ongoing, been the only person to beat up Overlord solo, stared down the Deceptigod, and now slaughtered the DJD (minus one).
Posted 20 January 2017 - 05:37 PM
I've been thinking about the Spotlight thing some more and I think what might be even better is getting more Redemption style one shots. Like longer than average issues with self contained, stand alone stories that largely star side characters from the main books. I think it'd be pretty cool to get one of those every few months or so.
Posted 16 February 2017 - 09:53 PM
I apologize in advance if the answer to the question I'm about to ask is readily available and I just didn't see it...
So... I pretty much stopped reading the comics when Revolution happened, and I'd trying to get back on board. Which part of Revolution do I need to read in order to be caught up with Transformers? Looking at comiXology, there are apparently already three separate collections (Revolution, Revolution Heroes and Transformers Revolution) and I'll be honest, I'm in pretty bad shape in terms of mental energy right now and I just can't seem to figure out what's essential. All I know is I just don't care *at all* about anything that takes place in the larger IDW universe and Transformers is all I want.
Can anyone help me out and give me a simple picture of the whole thing?
Posted 16 February 2017 - 10:37 PM
Yeah...thinking about it, I'm not even 100% sure you NEED to read the main Revolution book. It's a fun crossover, but the meat of the event is seeing how everything connects together. If you're not interested in that, it really doesn't effect the main Transformer books too much. The collection with the Transformer one-shots should be enough. The one shots have a few plot-threads that act like prequels to the books' story arcs post-Revolution.
You might want to check out the main book, since IDW seems determined to have one crossover for these books a year, so who knows how much it'll affect future stuff, but for now the "Revolutions: Transformers" trade would get you through.
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Posted 17 February 2017 - 05:37 AM
Edited by Jalaguy, 17 February 2017 - 05:38 AM.
Posted 22 February 2017 - 12:15 AM
Posted 22 February 2017 - 12:21 AM
Copied from the wiki page for MTMTE #19:
"I don't understand why you don't get yourself fixed. If not the face, then the claws."—Cyclonus gets the inside scoop on Whirl's worldview
"You wanna know a secret, hornhead? Life's messed up. I'm messed up. I've done bad things and I continue to do bad things, because the voice telling me not to...? He's not said much for a while. And y'know what keeps me going? ANGER. Anger's an insulator. Stops life getting too close. If I got myself "fixed," maybe the anger would leave me—and then I really would be screwed."
Also, the bit in #15 when Ratchet says Whirl can have his hands if he dies implies he doesn't want 'normal' hands that aren't as good as his original, watchmaker-quality forged ones.
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