Oh man. Again, an amazingly written issue. First, the art. At first the art took me be surprise a little. It was very different than what we had in past IDW Trans comics. A somewhat rough, sketchy feel. But I dug it. Then you realize it's there to convey Kup's mind, as you learn fairly quickly that he is not all there in the head. When the second act arrives with Springer and Perceptor, we get the traditional clean feel. Very cool touch Mr. Roche! I really liked the scenario of Springer risking it all to save someone everyone else forsook. Apparently Kup was the man, even training a younger Prime back in the day. They also used a very retro design for Kup, almost 60's scifi, and made it a story point that he was old and stubborn and refused upgrades over his life. Very cool. In one frame, his pipes are even shootong out black smoke as he drives. Also at the end are several pages of sketches my Mr. Roche, very cool extra. For once in his life, Kup is a deep character, and this troubled, insane version of him is going to seek out my attention.