From Comics Continuum: IDW December 2010 Solicitations Relating to Transformers: TRANSFORMERS 3 MOVIE PREQUEL: FOUNDATION #1 Written by John Barber, art by Andrew Griffith, cover by Brian Rood. The first Transformers 3 movie prequel begins here! The origin of the bitter rivalry between Optimus Prime and Megatron starts here! But what is the secret connection that will forever bind them? And how will it affect the future of all Transformers? 32 pages, $3.99. TRANSFORMERS #14 Written by Mike Costa, art by Nick Roche, covers by Don Figueroa and Roche. Two Autobots felled in the past two issues and the punishment is only beginning! A shocking revelation and an unexpected attack begins the "Revenge of the Decepticons," the storyline that leaves a lot more Autobots on the operating table, and their entire future on Earth in question. 32 pages, $3.99. TRANSFORMERS: SECTOR 7 #4 Written by John Barber, art by Joe Suitor, cover by Brian Rood. In the midst of the darkest days of World War II, Sector Seven's greatest fear has come true -- the Nazis have captured a Transformer! The group's seven deadliest soldiers -- a rag-tag group of screw-ups and cast-offs in any other context -- go on what's surely a suicide mission into the heart of Nazi Germany! 32 pages, $3.99. TRANSFORMERS, VOL. 2: INTERNATIONAL INCIDENT Written by Mike Costa, art by Don Figueroa, Javier Salteres and Guido Guidi, cover by Figueroa. As the Autobots and Skywatch come together against a common enemy, the Decepticons choose to forge their own alliance. However, their involvement with a powerful leader could escalate two countries into war! Can the Autobots prevent an international incident, while avoiding exposure? 144 pages, $19.99. TRANSFORMERS: IRONHIDE Written by Mike Costa, art and by Casey Coller. During the Great War on Cybertron, one of the Autobots' fallen heroes was Optimus Prime's best friend -- Ironhide. Now, with Cybertron and Ironhide both fallen, their fates become intertwined in unexpected ways. Ironhide presents the tale of a hero's return that may bring new hope to their home planet. 104 pages, $17.99. TRANSFORMERS: BEST OF STARSCREAM Written by Bob Budiansky and Simon Furman, art by Alex Milne, Don Figueroa, EJ Su and more, cover by Klaus Scherwinski. He's Megatron's second-in-command, but he's number one in his own mind. This is Starscream, fierce Decepticon warrior and full-time schemer. When he's not doing the bidding of his leader, Starscream is plotting his ascension to the Decepticon throne. These stories collect his darkest and most telling moments. 144 pages, $19.99.