Part 3 of this saga follows Jetfire as a seeker. The story starts with Jetfire activating the sun harvester and destroying a planet with life on it. Upon returning to Cybertron, The Fallen praises him and hints at a revolution against the other Primes. They enter the chamber of the primes and the two are confronted. The Fallen is power hungry for the energy obtained from the dead star and argues the ends justify the means, but he is warned not to activate the sun harvester on any more planets with life. They leave, The Fallen activates the constructicon drones, and they head to earth to build another harvester. Upon finding life, Jetfire orders them to stop-- and that's when all hell breaks loose. The Fallen sends his drones after Jetfire as the Primes warp in to face the Fallen. Jetfire defeats the constructicons but is badly damaged and wanders the earth for eternity until he's literally hit with a crashing plane. He then reformats himself into the jet we see in RoTF. A lot of action happened in this story, and I think it's the best one yet. Great characterization, great way to establish the Fallen's ambitions/motivations. I'm glad Jetfire was portrayed as a worker with morals as opposed to a mere turncoat. When his master did evil, he jumped ship. There's not much I can really say about this story, it's all in the pages. Nicely self-contained, and it gave us some much needed periphery to the main RoTF story. Whereas, IMO, the first two stories were pretty weak (Bumblebee is lonely, Sideswipe is seeking revenge), this is quite strong. Didn't Chris Mowry write the Reign of Starscream book? Anyway, 4.5/5 for the story. I still dislike the art, but a few of the closeups on the Fallen's face were nicely drawn. Happy reading mates!