So, apparently it's out on Comixology, but iBooks says it will not be released until Saturday, 27th. Weird! Everything from this point on is SPOILERS. Don't want to get spoiled, read the issue first before joining the discussion! Sarah Stone is back on art for this issue, and seeing how it involves much of the same characters, this does kind of feel like Windblade issue #5 - not that that's a bad thing, per se. Overall, I thought it was an enjoyable issue, with one major remark: being told from Wheeljack's perspective, it goes through all the same hoops again of explaining who is who and what is going on on Cybertron - perfect for new readers (who inexplicably decide to use this issue as a starting point?), but might feel like a waste of pages for everyone else. -Combiners are still way too big compared to their parts. I know there's mass shifting involved, but that's a pet peeve of mine - wish their sizes would be more scaled down. Oh well. -Slingshot of the Aerialbots is confirmed dead, and we are introduced to Powerglide and ALPHA BRAVO! So yes, everyone who guessed the comics would introduce the new Combiner Wars toys: you were right! -The bad stuff Chromia did is hinted at twice. Understandably, it's kept vague intentionally, as the entire point of not telling anyone was to 'keep the peace'. Still think Chromia should be locked away though, definitely not still walking around Windblade - but glad it's not forgotten. -turns out Scavenger is reporting back to Starscream. I was under the impression he was intentionally leaking intel to the Earth-based Cons as per Prowl's instructions, but I guess not? (or both?) -the singularity (from the end of Dark Cybertron) still exists. It's a tiny 'black hole' (not really a black hole, it seems). Might not have any importance for future issues..or might still contain some sort of pocket universe?