/does her once in a blue moon log in So I've heard that none of the standard TFW guys were at the IDW Panel, and a few people have asked me (on Twitter, at least) to summarize some of what went down. Figured I'd drop it here too for anyone interested. Apologies if I'm Doing It Wrong. I did not take strong notes, so apologies to anyone expecting something nice and shiny like the live updates. -Denton's working on D&D now mostly. It appears to be based on 4.0-oh, wait, sorry, we care about robots. -Image of Ongoing cover. HOT ROD IN SPAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACE (this was one of the bullet points on the slide) and Starscream (with a Matrix a la TFTM Galvatron bling!) on the cover choking the crap out of him. Going to Decepticons, lotta crap going down. -Images of Transformers: Sector Seven covers. Focuses on the Simmons family history. -Image of one of the Wreckers covers. I kind of didn't pay attention here, oops. -Drift 3 including Lockdown (Drift 03 Alex Cover by ~dyemooch on deviantART - not image shown, but shiny nonetheless) and to reveal 'secrets of the third faction'. -No more Spotlights planned until they fill a few holes in canon/tie things together -Schmidt mentioned that they're going to try to keep a more steady art style for ongoing -Also mentioned Punch/Counterpunch 4-issue miniseries - no date planned, no information on artist/writer given, just that they're working on it. -13 has "No comment"; however, Mike Costa mentioned he 'might' have an email with the subject between him and Simon Furman. Andy's note was "We haven't forgotten them, we haven't forgotten Simon" -Alex Irvine mentioned when I spoke with him post-panel that he was starting to work on another book, possibly WFC-verse.