Last issue we see the Autobots attacking a human base in hopes of rescuing Alpha Trion. A constructicon working with Prowl and the Autobots leaks info to the Decepticons. We learned the humans have a deadly weapon against Cybertronians and Prowl is threating Jazz with his blaster just as he finds Alpha Trion. Can it get any crazier?
Um, well, yeah. Especially when you have Thundercracker and his dog, Buster, being forced into this skirmish. Behold, I cannot say more without spoilers- so let’s get down to the nitty gritty review. I will say that I can’t wait to read Thundercracker’s completed screenplay.
The story is well written and flows well. It was quite enjoyable and the dialogue felt right. The art is always amazing and this issue is no exception. The 30th Anniversary cover by Coller and Bove is awesome, I want a poster like this! This is another fun read worth picking up.