GALVATRON THE BARBARIAN! From Cybertron's ancient past came the warrior-king, GALVATRON. Once, he united CYBERTRON and ushered in a Golden Age. Now, he wants to do the same to Earth... but OPTIMUS PRIME has a problem with that plan.
RiD #30 is an attractive comic. The artists are all highly consistent and talented, the characters are interesting, and the cliffhanger will have you desperate for the next issue. It just lacks that 'aha moment' to pull the whole thing together. Read Full Review
The artwork by Griffith, Coller, and Cahill was as always, great to see. In reguards to the rest of the issue, Sideswipe said it best. "I miss the old days"find a Deceptacon, blast a Deceptacon." Read Full Review
The art on the actual transformers is great as usual, but the humans are a little flat. This was good, lots of action but gets a bit dense and convoluted when so many elements are in play, but I like how everyone has their own agenda and we're also getting some foreshadowing of trauma suffered by Prowl from becoming Devastator, maybe it is no mere coincidence that all of the Constructicons are idiots.