Out on iTunes Australia. It was an OK read. Definitely one of the weaker issues, a constant stream of references to pop culture and sometimes it felt that nearly every second line was lamp-shading, but outside from those things, it had some decent character development for Swerve, Cyclonus got some good dialogue and it ended on a good cliffhanger for what I hope will be a far better storyline. 41-43 have undoubtedly been the weakest issues of MTMTE, but the DJD plot-line looks very promising so hopefully Roberts has got the "quirkiness" out of his system with these three issues and we can go back to what makes MTMTE the best Transformers comic ever, which is when the "quirkiness" and, yes, self-indulgence is balanced and not the most dominant part of the book. I don't recommend skipping it, as it wasn't a bad story at all despite my personal distaste for some of the elements and even at MTMTE's worst (41-43) I still personally think its the best Transformers comic series ever, its just MTMTE has a really high standard so its noticeable when it isn't reached. If you do read it, here's a lightning summary: Spoiler Swerve as been dying of an unknown illness is his suite and has been using a holo-avatar of himself to work while he dies alone. Due to opening the briefcase during Remain in Light (weak payoff for one of the mysteries I was really interested in from the prose story, tbh) he is able to super-power his holo-avatars through sci-fi jibber-jabber and has made a holo Earth. Eventually the group finds Swerve, who has escaped into this sitcom world due to depression caused by how things have changed since Megatron arrived and how he feels forgotten about, but Skids makes Swerve realise his worth when he points out that every single member of the Lost Light is on the holo-Earth searching for him. First Aid and Velocity fix him and First Aid heads for Cybertron for Combiner Wars. However, on his way he contacts Velocity after he realises that Swerve's illness was caused from Swerve not treating a wound in the past properly... A wound caused by Agent 113! The issue ends as Velocity discovers a bullet where Swerve once had an Autobot insignia.