Sara Pitre-Durocher

Review – Transformers Till All Are One #7

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Review – Transformers Till All Are One #7

When we last saw everybody, an army of undead Titans was destroying Cybertron and Starscream had swallowed his pride enough to ask Elita One for help. And she refused. You’d have expected Starscream to suggest doing something sneaky and unethical at this point, but it was Windblade who volunteered to sneak behind Elita’s back, to interface with the Titan Carcer and convince him to help. This issue we get to see how successful (?) that plan was. See below for a quick look at Transformers: Till All Are One #7.

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Preview and Review – Transformers: Till All Are One #5

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Preview and Review – Transformers: Till All Are One #5

We knew it was going to happen eventually, just maybe not so soon: remember Sentinel’s army of Titans that got lost in deep space while on their way to destroy Cybertron? Well, they’re here. Now.

Click the jump for preview pages and spoiler-free review of Transformers: Till All Are One #5.

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Preview & Review: Transformers – Till All Are One #4

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Preview & Review: Transformers – Till All Are One #4

A heck of a lot of major plot lines are wrapped up in this month’s issue. I could dance around the details but I really want to talk about this, so fair warning: I’m gonna spoil all the things. Click the jump for preview pages and a review of Transformers – Till All Are One #4.
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Review and Preview – Transformers: Till All Are One

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Review and Preview – Transformers: Till All Are One

Picking up where Windblade left off, Till All Are One continues the story of post-war Cybertron, where peace hasn’t been everything everyone’s hoped for (and a little meddling in the background isn’t helping matters.) A recap and some spoilers in the review after the jump.

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Review and Preview – Transformers #46

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Review and Preview – Transformers #46

CONQUERORS part 1! Optimus Prime struggles to find his place on Cybertron where half the population hates him and the other half worships him. Meanwhile, on Earth, Galvatron doesn’t care what anybody thinks.

No matter where you are (Cybertron, Caminus, Earth, a disintegrating Ark) tensions are high and getting worse. Click the jump for a review and preview pages of IDW’s Transformers #46!

Plus, scroll down for a poll, because I like polls.

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SDCC 2015 – Women of Transformers

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SDCC 2015 – Women of Transformers

Elizabeth and Kathryn joined fans of Transformers to attend the Comic-Con panel “Women in Transformers,” where several members of the creative team talked about the growing presence of both female characters and female creators, and gave the audience some tidbits about upcoming developments in the Transformers universe. (And they also gave accolades to one member of the audience, the owner of the Transformers Wiki site. We didn’t catch his name, so give us a shout if you know who that was, because TF Wiki is amazing.)

Featured on the panel were Maighread Scott and Georgia Ball, (writers), Corin Howell and Sara Pitre-Durocher (artists) and Sarah Carroll (Hasbro marketing and product development).  Read On