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Writers James Roberts and John Barber look back at the massive changes they've put IDW's Transformers comics through, and ahead to 50 more issues.
Tailgate causes mischief for the rest of the Lost Light Crew in this exclusive preview of IDW's "Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye" #40.
Writers John Barber & James Roberts discuss the "Transformers: Dark Cybertron" crossover, what Phil Jimenez brings to the art and tease a new series.
Writer James Roberts spoke with CBR News about his "Transformers Spotlight: Hoist" & "Trailcutter" one-shots, while gearing up for the "Remain in Light" storyline in "More Than Meets the Eye."
IDW Publishing Chief Creative Officer and Editor-in-Chief Chris Ryall spoke with CBR about the state of the publisher, long-running and new licenses, creator-owned comics and creator rights, and much more.
CBR spoke to "Transformers" ongoing series writers John Barber & James Roberts about their titles,"Robots in Disguise" & "More Than Meets the Eye," and building a complex world beyond giant fighting robots.
IDW Publishing has provided CBR with an exclusive teaser image hinting at the hopes and dreams of Bumblebee's Cybertron in the pages of "Transformers: Robots in Disguise" by John Barber and Andrew Griffith
IDW Publishing has released promo images for "Transformers: Autocracy," a born-digital series by Flint Dille, Chris Metzen & Livio Ramondelli, and "Transformers: More than Meets The Eye."
"Last Stand of the Wreckers" scribe James Roberts and new IDW editor John Barber spoke with CBR about launching two new ongoing "Transformer" series in January, "More than Meets the Eye" and "Robots in Disguise."
In the wake of the "Death of Optimus Prime," IDW's Transformers Universe sees the Autobots split leadership between Rodimus Prime and Bumblebee for two new ongoings: "More Than Meets The Eye" and "Robots In Disguise."
During a press conference call Wednesday, IDW's John Barber and Hasbro's Michael Kelly discussed plans for "Transformers" post-"Chaos," including December's "The Death of Optimus Prime" and two new ongoing series.