As the events of the first "Transformers" movie conclude, we get to see what Starscream was up to until he retreated into space. Read my review of "Reign of Starscream" #2 and see if he was planning a new Decepticon Empire or knitting a sweater for Ravage! (Hint: Ravage doesn't like sweaters).
One of the newest characters introduced in "Revenge of the Fallen" is Sideswipe, a new version of the classic G1 character. This one doesn't transform into a Lamborgini however, he transforms into the concept GM Corvette. It looks awesome and as it turns out, is a hybrid! Wired has posted an article discussing this vehicle's unique engine which you can read about on their web site along with some really nice photos of this sleek vehicle.
A recent Bloomberg video report discusses Hasbro's current state as a toy company. While many of its results are down in the markets, G.I. Joe and Transformers are helping it perform this summer. You can view the video below.
Two years after the events in the Transformers movie, the relationship between Bumblebee and Sam gets strained. But can Sam stand against Decepticons without the help of his guardian? That is the basis of the upcoming mini-series by IDW Publishing. You can see a preview of this mini-series at io9.com.
Often reviled by most Transformers fans, IDW Publishing took a risk in June 2008 by publishing a spotlight focused on the small Autobot Wheelie. Today's comic book review focuses on this issue. Read my review of Spotlight Wheelie here.
Born from a split Protoform, these two Autobot brothers were chosen to become two of the most powerful warriors ever developed by Autobot science. They are Jetfire and Jetstorm, two Autobots who combine into the awesome Safeguard! Take a look at my review of this two pack here.
So what the heck was Starscream doing while Megatron was getting the Allspark shoved into his chest? See what adventure took place alongside the events of the first "Transformers" movie in my review of "Reign of Starscream" #1.
Who hasn't wanted a Megatron toy that is not only big, but wields a giant cannon, talks and can transform into a helicopter? Now you can have one in the form of Leader Class Animated Megatron. You can read my review of the figure here.
In the IDW universe, the Autobot known as Blaster is "The Voice", a rallying cry that Autobots on the battlefield can take to heart when they confront their foes. But someone has betrayed "The Voice". Who is it? Find out in my review of Spotlight Blaster.