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  1. 09-04-2013 03:34 PM - permalink
    CURAMEN
    CURAMEN
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  5. 01-27-2013 11:42 AM - permalink
    Yggdrasil
    Yggdrasil
    Also I think you can find almost all of the comics on ComiXology so that saves you some time.

    Happy reading!
  6. 01-27-2013 09:25 AM - permalink
    Yggdrasil
    Yggdrasil
    IDW currently has two running universes the ReGeneration 1 which continues the US Marvel stories and their own continuity. So yes to answer you question all of the things I listed are in the one countinuity which is basicaly a re-imagining of the G1 universe.

    The simple reason is that you can get REALLY confused if you read it in a chronological order because there are a lot of plots are designed to work in the non chronological/release order. Plus a lot of spotlights tend to have their timeline all over the place like Ultra magnus starts in the past, yet it finishes in the present as a prelude to Escalation. That sort of thing.

    This is also another great reading order for the pre-ongoing issues: IDW Reading Order - The Allspark Forums

    So yeah just use either that or mine and you should be good.

    I honestly don't know that Autocracy Prelude. Could be bonus material or something
  7. 01-25-2013 04:35 AM - permalink
    Yggdrasil
    Yggdrasil
    Then we go back to the ongoing part that is worth readin and that the #19 - #23, especially the issue #22 and #23 as again those are some of the best issues ever printed out and as they surve future purpose.

    After those there's the reast of the ongoing series going from #24 - #31 which again goes back to being pretty bad.

    And then we get to the ones that all of us are raving about. You need to read the The Death of Optimus Prime one shot which then continues More Then Meets The Eye #1 after which there is a split and you have the two ongoing comics More Than Meets The Eye and Robots in Disguise that are currently ongoing and both are phenomenal!

    So yeah that's the IDW reading order the way I like it Hope it helped
  8. 01-25-2013 04:35 AM - permalink
    Yggdrasil
    Yggdrasil
    Then you get to the truly bad The Transformers series. I really don't recommend reading this you're better off reading the summaries on wikipedia but if you want to read it the order is

    #1 - #6, then the Bumblebee mini series, after which there's the Last Stand of the Wreckers (which is a MUST READ as it's one of the best TF comic ever made).

    Then you go for the #7 - #18 after which you go for the Ironhide mini (which is not bad but not good either).

    Then there's the two issue Infestation crossover which again is pretty bad and the APSOLUTE WORST PIECE OF SHIT that is Heart of Darkness. Just don't read it. Just don't. Use the tfwiki or something. (cont.)
  9. 01-25-2013 04:34 AM - permalink
    Yggdrasil
    Yggdrasil
    After those you have the Maximum Dinobots. Then there are spotlight that are kinda skipable like Blurr, Jazz and Cliffjumper and then there are the important ones Drift and Metroplex.

    After those I like to read Megatron Origin and Autocracy where you see some of the background of the war on Cybertron before they all came to earth.

    hen there's the All Hail Megatron series after which you have the Prowl spotligh and the Drift mini series. (cont.)
  10. 01-25-2013 04:33 AM - permalink
    Yggdrasil
    Yggdrasil
    Quote:
    Either. Both. Each seems to have its diehard fans. I'm looking to start at the beginning and read through the penultimate G1 comic series; whichever one that is
    Well I don't know Marvel anymore that goo as I read it a long time ago.

    If you want to read the IDW stuff the reading order I found to work best for people is this:

    Start of with Infiltration. From there you read the Spotlights Shockwave, Nightbeat, Hot Rod, Sixshot, Ultra Magnus and Soundwave.

    Then you read Stormbringer. After that you continue into Escalation.

    After Escalation there are more spotlight and the order is Kup, Galvatron, Optimus Prime, Ramjet, Blaster and Arcee.

    Then you go into Devastation. After which you go for the spotlight (see the pattern here ) Mirage, Grimlock, Wheelie, Cyclonus, Hardhead, Doubledealer and Sideswipe. (cont.)

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