All in Infiltration Issue 4!
This week, Verity goes to a literal and figurative dark place, Bumblebee is kind of gay and the second worst Mr Jolly (after Dom Jolly) appears.
All in Infiltration Issue 4!
This week, Verity may or may not get the love bug, whilst Skywarp and Thundercracker scratch a different kind of itch.
Plus, snaky Bumblebee, Wheeljack's ass and Ratchet's inability to understand surnames.
All in my look at Infiltration Issue 3!
This week, Ratchet is literally on the crossroads as he calls the big boys in after a highway demolition derby.
Plus, characters making sure to call each other by name, a giant M and the worst human dialogue yet in Transformers.
All as I look at Infiltration issue 2!
Obviously this week has been nuts for my American readers, so stay safe peeps.
Happy new year!
This website is now ten years old, so expect some fun throughout 2021.
Back in January 2006, it's sexisim and completely authentic teen culture as we finally get a answer to the question "Are the robots real?" that might surprise you.
(SPOILER: they are real)
All in my look at Infiltration #1!
It's the start of what will hopefully be a fun and long running look at the original IDW continuity.
And by long running, I mean the first one alone is very long. But it's got a lot of set up to do, so meet the most relistically named man in history and the six fingered girl as I look at Infiltration Issue 0!
And a merry Christmas to you all.
My big new Transformers project starts a week today, on Christmas day to be exact. But I'm the main explanatory page up now as a tease.
I hope many of you will join me through this look at the IDW comics:
Just when you thought I was done...
Starting on Christmas Day with Infiltration issue zero and then from each Friday thereafter, I'm doing an issue by issue in publication order (I'll toss a coin on the issues that came out the same day) look at the entirety of the original IDW Transformers continuity. 2005-2018. Around 450 issues.
And though it'll be in the spirit of Transformation, a new project means a new name: Revisitation, with a logo designed by long time IDW master of lettering Tom B. Long.
There will be more details to come in the run up to Christmas, but rest assured, it's going to be a fun ride.
See you December 25th!
This week, it really is all over. Thanks to everyone who has read over the last eight years. It's very late as I write this, so I'm going to keep things simple and dive right in with...
The final Age of Extinction story, Creature of Chaos!
Plus, the 2015 Annual!
And last and very least, the Signature Comics!
May Primus bless you all.
It's the exciting return of an unexpected classic villain. But for Lockdown, it's water off a duck's back. Make sure to subscribe now in my look at Locked In!
Has Bumblebee gone evil? OR is there a sting in the tale?
All this and the first sign the writing is on the wall for the comic, it's my look at Accept No Substitutes!
Stuart Webb. Who knows everything about nothing and not a lot about that.