Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by ORIO, Dec 5, 2012.
Diamond Comics Shipping List for December 12th - Transformers News - TFW2005
Well hopefully, MTMTE #12 will come out on the 19th then.
Looks like a solid week of comics.
I can't tell you how happy I am that the devil's due material is being reprinted. I missed all those books as they were.coming out and some of those trades got EXPENSIVE.
I hope the Pax Spotlight addresses his body swapping.
Are you referring to what Shockwave...ahem...senator Shockwave did to him in Shadowplay?
Seems like kickback will be hard to find.
Good news indeed...
I really hope Spotlight: Orion Pax tells what happened to Roller.
I wonder if Optimus even knows what happened to senator Shockwave?
no I mean the fact that in The recent stories, Megatron Origin & Spotlight Blurr he has a different body each time.
I believe Roberts implied on his Twitter that he, and everyone else, does know.
To quote Roberts' twitter:
Busy week, 2 comics and Starscream on top of my Figuarts Cell coming in.
Odds are that Optimus would have been aware who Shockwave was and what had happened to him by that stage, though.
I'd assume Barber was privy to Shockwave's identity when he was editing Autocracy, given it was a long game of Roberts.
ROBERTS IS WRITING ORION PAX SPOTLIGHT!!! i nearly died from excitement just now, didnt know that.
I just can't believe we're even raising the issue of characters who looked different in earlier appearances (ie: Pax in the Blurr Spotlight), since this is IDW, and for a 2 year period at least, every damn character was changing their model once a month, with no explanations.
Just glad to see that one listed...must have!
I don't care what Spotlight Orion Pax is about, it's written by James Roberts, I'm sold.
Good question. I assume "yes" because I also assume Orion knew Senator Shockwave's name before his "change."
Would be nice to see a flashback scene with Orion seeing "post-op" Shockwave for the first time and seeing a sort of dialog between them that could be used as either a closure to their past relationship or a plot device foreshadowing of later "historical" developments.
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