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Transformers Regeneration One #100 Preview

Transformers Regeneration One #100 Preview

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Simon Furman (w) • Andrew Wildman & Guido Guidi (a) • Andrew Wildman, Guidi (c)

THE GREATEST ENEMY... the greatest challenge... shall come from within. And there will be an ending. This is it, the battle the TRANSFORMERS must win, and yet dare not. The original and founding TRANSFORMERS comic comes to an epic and giant-sized conclusion, with all-out battle on CYBERTRON. Or should that be “Cybertrons”? Shocks, surprises, guest stars and more. It may be a cliché, but this one really does have it all.

FC • 48 pages • $5.99
Simon Furman (w) • Andrew Wildman & Guido Guidi (a) • Andrew Wildman, Guidi (c)

THE GREATEST ENEMY... the greatest challenge... shall come from within. And there will be an ending. This is it, the battle the TRANSFORMERS must win, and yet dare not. The original and founding TRANSFORMERS comic comes to an epic and giant-sized conclusion, with all-out battle on CYBERTRON. Or should that be “Cybertrons”? Shocks, surprises, guest stars and more. It may be a cliché, but this one really does have it all.

FC • 48 pages • $5.99

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Published by: Graphic Policy on Mar 21, 2014
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STORY SO FAR:
 As a space bridge links Cybertron toNebulos and the ravaged Earth--the one-time Autobot called
 Fortress Maximus
defeats
 Optimus Prime 
 andcaptures
 Spike Witwicky 
 , taking thehuman to Nebulos. Meanwhile,
 Jhiaxus
--a renegade Cybertronian--returns to his homeworld, bent onconquest… but
 Rodimus Prim
 and the Autobots defeat the would-beconqueror. As they return to Cybertron, something stirs below the surface. Something… dark.
THE TRANSFORMERS: REGENERATON ONE #100. MARCH 2014. FIRST PRINTING. HASBRO and its logo, TRANSFORMERS, and all related characters are trademarks of Hasbro and are used with permission. © 2014 Hasbro.All Rights Reserved. © 2014 Idea and Design Works, LLC. All Rights Reserved. IDW Publishing, a division of Idea and Design Works, LLC. Editorial offices: 5080 Santa Fe Street, San Diego, CA 92109. The IDW logo isregistered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Any similarities to persons living or dead are purely coincidental. With the exception of artwork used for review purposes, none of the contents of this publication maybe reprinted without the permission of Idea and Design Works, LLC. Printed in USA. IDW Publishing does not read or accept unsolicited submissions of ideas, stories, or artwork.
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Ted Adams, CEO & PublisherGreg Goldstein, President & COORobbie Robbins, EVP/Sr. Graphic ArtistChris Ryall, Chief Creative Officer/Editor-in-ChiefMatthew Ruzicka, CPA, Chief Financial OfficerAlan Payne, VP of SalesDirk Wood, VP of MarketingLorelei Bunjes, VP of Digital ServicesJeff Webber,
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Special thanks to Hasbro’s Clint Chapman, Joe Furfaro, Heather Hopkins, Jerry Jivoin, Joshua Lamb, Ed Lane, Mark Weber, and Michael Kelly for their invaluable assistance.
 COVER A
 ART by  andrew wildman COLORS BY jason cardy 
 COVER B
 ART by Guido Guidi
 COVER RI-A
 ART by Geoff Senior  COLORS BY josh burcham
 COVER RI-B
Herb Trimpesketch cover 
sub cover 
 ART by robert atkinsinks BY juan castrocolors BY romulo fajardo, jr.
conventionvariant 
 ART by  andrew wildmaninks BY stephen baskervillecolors BY john-paul bove
cover checklist:
 
Okay. This is the end. No, really. The original grounding
Transformers 
series is over, finished… andvarious other Furmanisms. Of course,
Transformers 
goes on. Frankly, I never expect it to end. Not in my lifetime. Endless iterations on that core concept that JimShooter and Bob Budiansky developed from the Hasbro toys await:The movies… the IDW comics… and on and on. But
Transformers 
, the series that began in 1984 with a four-issuelimited series (yeah, right… expectations were not high) and continuedwith
Regeneration One 
is done and dusted. Properly this time. Withdue pomp and circumstance. Of course, this isn’t the ending that would have been if we’d continuedthings back in 1991. All the stuff that’s happened since has kind offolded in to make this ending. It felt only right and natural to nowembrace all the other possible worlds and realities of Transformers.But it does at least stop feeling like unfinished business. We got there.The end. But it never ends… see, now I’m just going around in circles.
Simon FurmanFebruary 2 14
 nd Words
by Simon Furman

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