IDW October Solicitations

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  1. Joe Moore

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    Transformers Animated Movie Adaptation #1

    Bob Budiansky (w), Don Figueroa (a & c)

    20th Anniversary Celebration! Before the release of the all-new, live-action TRANSFORMERS movie next summer, take an extended look back at a classic-the animated 1986 TRANSFORMERS: THE MOVIE. Joining present-day TF legend, artist Don Figueroa, is returning writer and fellow TF master Bob Budiansky, the man responsible for some of the most beloved '80s TRANSFORMERS comics. Together, they present this four-part adaptation, adding in extra scenes and little touches for fans of all ages.

    FC • 32 pages • $3.99

    Transformers Spotlight: Nightbeat

    Simon Furman (w), Mark Bright (a), Bright, Nick Roche, James Raiz (c)

    Presenting a series of one-shots, focusing on some of the best-loved (or loathed) characters from the TRANSFORMERS Universe. The spotlight falls on NIGHTBEAT, as he investigates one of the greatest Cybertronian mysteries... the disappearance of the first Ark! However, some mysteries, it seems, are better left unsolved! Guest-starring... the MICROMASTERS?! By Simon Furman (The Transformers: Stormbringer) and Mark Bright (Iron Man, Quantum & Woody).

    FC • 32 pages • $3.99


    The Transformers: Stormbringer #4

    Simon Furman (w), Don Figueroa (a & c)

    Out of control, acting on pure, devastating instinct, THUNDERWING descends once again on CYBERTRON, with only a skeleton force of Autobots under the command of OPTIMUS PRIME to oppose him. While JETFIRE searches frantically for options, uncovering more mysteries in the process, the countdown to the total destruction of CYBERTRON continues. The line has been drawn, and-one way or another-it all ends here. By Simon Furman and Don Figueroa. Features a special wraparound cover from Figueroa as well as a variant character sketch cover from Fig, too.

    FC • 32 pages • $2.99

    The Transformers "Stormbringer" Poster

    Don Figueroa (a); Josh Burcham (c)

    A poster-sized presentation of all four interlocking STORMBRINGER wraparound covers, courtesy of artist Don Figueroa and colorist Josh Burcham!

    FC • 18" x 24" • $5.99


    Transformers: Generations #8

    Bob Budiansky (w), Don Perlin (a), Roche (c)

    IDW continues their look back at some of the most beloved Transformers comics from years past. This special monthly series continues to present classic hard-to-find stories from the past two decades of Transformers comics. Nick Roche (Transformers Spotlight: Shockwave) once again presents a new cover recreation of the original cover art. This issue features the story, "Gone But Not Forgotten!" originally presented in Marvel Comics' The Transformers #25!

    FC • 32 pages • $2.49

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  2. Master Megatron

    Master Megatron Action Bastard

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    Cool. :D  I'll definitely try to get these.
     
  3. Foster

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    Best Generations cover yet.
     
  4. King Starscream

    King Starscream <b><font color=blue>The Royal Seeker</font></b> Veteran

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    Love Mr. Figuerora's take on the original movie poster. As for Stormbringer, we got Targetmasters in addition to the Technobots. About time the 'season 4' guys got some love.
     
  5. Gears

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    Looking forward to these...
     

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