LOVE AND HATE! Two emotions only inches from each other-and TRACKS and NEEDLENOSE have felt them both. On opposite sides of an eons-long war, what happens when they meet again? And what's ARCEE up to on CYBERTRON?
For the second month in a row, John Barber turns out a winning story, full of clever realpolitik and abundant heart. In a single issue, Barber not only establishes a new status quo for Starscream and significantly deepens the intrigue behind Arcee's meetings with Galvatron, but turns a virtual nobody into a character destined to have fans for as long as this issue's remembered. This issue isn't flashy, but it's solidly constructed with more than enough for the mind and heart. Definitely the strongest issue of The Transformers this year. Read Full Review
This issue focuses on two characters we hardly knew before this who are apparently brothers; not sure how that works, since when did Cybertronians have families? It's a really great issues though, I love the approach to the disenfranchised Decepticons, whom it seems even Starscream has turned against. Starscream also seems to be losing it now, as he's talking to a certain dead someone who is not even there.