In summary, this is a fantastic issue that has a lot to offer. Like I said, it does feel as if a few elements hit the cutting room floor but More Than Meets The Eye #30 succeeds in leaving readers wanting more. Read Full Review
For those who jumped on for “Dawn of the Autobots” this issue is the first to truly demonstrate the fabled power of the series. I've reread this issue over and over, looking for some significant flaw or flaws but any one I find is ultimately inconsequential. There may not be a Chromedome/Rewind moment for this issue, nor will you necessarily remember it for the rest of your life, like some epic issues but, especially with a certain brain-dead movie hogging up the box-office profits this week, Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye #30 is a fantastic reminder of why Transformers is beloved 30 years after Optimus Prime first graced store shelves. Read Full Review
There are a lot of plot lines flying around here, but they're all interesting. We finally learn how Megatron get's his position on the Lost Light: I still need to suspend some disbelief but there is a little bit of logic to it at least. Even as a castrated, half-bot of his former self, you know Megatron can never be trusted.