PUBLIC ENEMY NUMBER ONE! WINDBLADE seeks out the last refuge she has left, the living city METROPLEX as his malfunctions intensify! WINDBLADE realizes that even if she survives STARSCREAM, METROPLEX himself may doom them all!
Overall, this is a Transformers issue to be proud of. While it's ‘dumbed down' in terms of Transformers lore, it stays true to itself and answers all the questions it set out to explore. Read Full Review
It may not be the most polished issue of this miniseries, but Windblade #4 brings the story in for a safe landing. Bolstered by fantastic visuals from Sarah Stone, Mairghread Scott accomplishes a rare and praiseworthy feat for the Transformers brand: she crafts a story that opens Transformers to and, in fact, targets, new readers while providing everything that old standbys love about Cybertron. Read Full Review
A good mini-series overall, but the ending did not do it for me. The twist was surprising, but felt forced. It wasn't alluded to, nor did it really carry any consequence. I do enjoy the little glimpses of Beast Wars that have trickled into the Transformers lately. I hope to see more!