Transformers: Regeneration One #91

Transformers: Regeneration One #91

Writer: Simon Furman Artist: Andrew Wildman Publisher: IDW Publishing Release Date: May 15, 2013 Critic Reviews: 4
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THINGS FALL APART! The very fabric of the TRANSFORMERS' universe begins to unravel, as huge and ancient cosmic forces take note of CYBERTRON's (and the CYBERTRONIANS') descent into chaos and anarchy. As HOT ROD struggles to hold things together, still reeling from his own game-changing wake-up call, competing destructive forces inch closer to a cataclysmic confrontation. The end begins here.

  • 10
    Geekality - Worm VonChaos May 7, 2013

    Here we begin the new story arc called Destiny. Iacon is still full of chaos after the attack and manipulation by Scorponok. Autobots are still feeling the effects of the DNA altering. Also Hot Rod is having issue with being the leader as Optimus Prime is still on Earth and Sound Waves new alliance spells doom for everyone. This is easily my favorite of the Transformers books. The art style and coloring gives you a true feel of the classic Transformers of the 80s and its packed with fan favorite characters. I would have to say it is the most violent and action packed of the IDW stuff and I like that. The story by Furman is wrote so well that even the lead up on a new arc is solid and entertaining. When you are looking for robot on robot combat action look no further than this title! Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Unleash The Fanboy - Daniel Alvarez May 15, 2013

    Overall, another solid issue of Regeneration One. Light on the action, but there's plenty else to like. Hot Rod has been aquestionableleader, that comes to full play here. We get more insight on the Soundwave/Bludgeon alliance, plus we see the unrest among the Cybertron citizens. Regeneration One keeps getting bigger. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comic Bastards - Eric Biewenga May 8, 2013

    This isn't a gripping story just a set up for something bigger. There aren’t any big plot cliff hangers leaving you wanting more. I'm sorry to say Hot Rod is becoming my next Bumble Bee as he’s everywhere and dealing with every situation, to where you end up hating him. That’s pretty sad since he is the next Prime depending on which stories you read or watched. I'll thumb through the next one to see what develops but if it doesn't hook me, Transformers might end up being just happy memories for me. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Razorfine - Alan Rapp May 17, 2013

    Although the issue does have appearances by Soundwave and Prowl, and gives us the Dinobots willing to work with Hot Rod to return to the center of Cybertron in search of their fallen leader, it centers around the comic's most ridiculous storline leading to mixed results. Pass. Read Full Review

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