This issue was like eating a really delicious sandwich, then shortly afterward, throwing up in your mouth a little. It made me giddy, because story-wise, its basically one gigantic call-back to Furman-era IDW. But then it makes me sad because the art is... not pleasant to look at. Most of the characters are drawn with big heads and are obnoxiously barrel chested with really dumpy legs. Its... startling... I'm really liking Galvatron's portrayal thus far, it seems (to me, at least) that he's not insane and he's not evil. I'm very okay with both of these things. I was a little worried during his less coherent stints during Infestation that they were gonna go down the crazy Galvatron path again. Doesn't seem to be the case ...at least not at this junction. Which is, again, a very good thing where I'm concerned. Abbett and Lanning continue to be adept at mining the depths of the IDW G1 cannon, answering one of the smaller WTF moments in the closing pages of Infestation and appear to be tidying up a number of the loose ends post-Revelations that were never touched upon. I'm eager to see where this goes. Provided its not Unicron... Also! Fun drinking game with this issue! Every time somebody says 'Anti-Matrix'? Drink. Every time somebody says 'Seeker' or 'Seekers'? Drink. You... might wanna contact poison control after you finish the book, though.