Transformers stories dont get more emotional than this, some shall stand, some shall fall, things wont ever be the same after this issue!
MASSACRE! The battle between the DECEPTICON Justice Division and MEGATRON’s AUTOBOTS reaches its nerve-shredding climax. Pray for your favorites—because not everyone makes it out of this issue alive.
THE DYING OF THE LIGHT part 4! Twilight’s last gleaming! The end is nigh. No chance of escape. No last-minute reprieve. But nothing loosens the tongue like imminent death, and the crew of the Lost Light use their final hours to say what—until now—was unsayable.
On the Transformers planet of the Dead a battle is being waged between the Decepticon forces and the Autobot that once led them, Megatron!
Since joining the Lost Light, MEGATRON has rejected everything that once made him one of the most feared and hated Transformers of all time. But penitence has a price, and before the ex-Decepticon can find true redemption he must first confront his darkest legacy—the Decepticon Justice Division.
What does it mean to be a DECEPTICON in a postwar universe? Was MEGATRON’s rise to power the inevitable consequence of configurative determinism? Is it possible to “disprove” an ideology? Who decided that all the badges should be purple? In this issue, the Scavengers ponder at least one of these questions.
Three years into their quest, and the crew of the Lost Light were starting to think that the universe held no more nasty surprises. And then a planet started chasing them.
Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #42 James Roberts (w) • Alex Milne (a & c) “We should’ve known. Being happy: always a sign that somebody was about to die.”… Read more »
“We should’ve known. Being happy: always a sign that somebody was about to die.” —From Knight Quest: The Quest for the Knights, by SWERVE of Helex.
Dear RODIMUS and crew… It’s my funeral tomorrow and I’d love it if you could all be there. Refreshments will be provided. Please R.S.V.P.—THUNDERCLASH