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Titel: G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 02. Dezember 2011, 22:20:25
Ihr könnt euch sicherlich alle daran erinnern, das vor einigen Monaten die Rede von einem neuen G1 Comic war., Dieses Comic soll die Vortsetzung von den G1 Comics von vor über 20 Jahren sein, nur diesmal dann mit einem passenden Ende. Dieses Comic wurde heute von IDW vorgestellt und das wollen wir euch nicht vorenthalten.

Newsarama.com schreibt:

IDW Publishing
Transformers #80.5
Simon Furman (w); Andrew Wildman (p), Stephen Baskerville (i); Wildman (c)

The wait is over--after a 20-year hiatus, IDW proudly returns to the original TRANSFORMERS comic book universe, picking up right where 1991's TRANSFORMERS #80 left off! Optimus Prime, Grimlock, Kup, Hot Rod and all your favorite Generation One TRANSFORMERS characters charge into the future as fan-favorite writer Simon Furman and legendary Transformers artist Andrew Wildman present TRANSFORMERS #80.5! Reflecting back on the dizzying highs and the terrifying lows of the original run of Transformers comics, Optimus Prime watches over a Cybertron that hasn't faced Megatron for decades. But that peace shudders to an end, as we dive headlong into July's TRANSFORMERS #81!
Because the Fans demanded it! Thousands of TRANSFORMERS fans signed petitions urging us to make this book--and IDW listened!

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers #80.5
Beitrag von: Scourge am 03. Dezember 2011, 00:37:04
Wow! Muss ich mir unbedingt ein Exemplar sichern, zwecks Autogramm auf der nächsten CONS und so.


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers #80.5
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 06. Dezember 2011, 16:36:35
Wir haben hier die Statemants von Simon Furman und Andrew Wildman zum kommenden IDW Transformers Regeneration One.

Simon Furman:
Announced yesterday at Bleeding Cool News, Newsarama and a host of other sites, Free Comic Day 2012 (May 5th) will feature the official launch of Transformers: Regeneration One, the epic continuation/conclusion of the original Transformers comic series, originally published by Marvel (which ended with issue #80 back in 1991). Transformers: Regeneration One #80.5, featuring all-new story (by me) and art by Andrew Wildman and Stephen Baskerville, will be available FREE on May 5th at all good comic book stores, with #81 following in July. So what can you expect from #80.5? Clearly, I don’t want to give away salient plot points at this stage, but I can say… the story picks up 21 years after #80. Cybertron has been at peace (mostly) for all that time, but — of course — there are loose ends. And as those loose ends involve some of the biggest and baddest villains in the (original) Transformers Universe, it’s pretty safe to say that the ‘peace’ will be shattered in a fairly monumental way. The issue will be pretty balanced between stuff to bring readers up to speed and stuff that propels the new storyline onwards, so whether or not you read the original run, you can still easily jump onboard here. What else? Well, when I was doing the prep for the continuation, I re-read all eighty issues, plus mini-series, and made pretty extensive notes about anything and everything that needed attention or some kind of reference or wrap up, so you can expect a really comprehensive and thorough conclusion to the series (though that’s a ways off yet, in issue #100!), as well as copious nods to what has come before (and not necessarily just in the US comic). What else? Only that Andrew and Stephen are seriously knocking the ball out of the park on the art side. They’re managed that rare trick of recapturing the spirit of the original run but also bringing in another 20 years’ worth of experience to the pages, making each panel worth savouring again and again. Just wait until you see the opening splash and final page of #81. Both are stunning jaw-droppers! Oh yeah, one last thing – categorically, #81-100 are not a lead in to G2. But neither are we exactly ignoring G2 either. Weird as that sounds, I think/hope it’ll kind of work. I’m drawing on everything I can here, and because we know we’re building to a conclusion, you can expect some total bombshells as the issues unfold. Hope that’s whetted your appetite. Keep checking in for more Regeneration tidbits here and on the official IDW website.

Andrew Wildman:
So now that you have all seen the amazing front cover for the new Transformers ReGeneration comic many have asked who did the awesome colouring. We did have a number of colourists approach us who wanted to do the job. For me the first and foremost choice was always going to be Jason Cardy . I have known Jason for a number of years and he has been an amazing contributor to the Draw the World Together project. His colours are some of the best around and he has already built up a portfolio of Transformers colour work for the UK Transformers magazine. Due to other commitments Jason is not able to colour the interiors so the search went on for an interior colourist. We considered many but the one that stood out as a great colourist for the interiors was John-Paul Bove. JP (as we call him) was kind enough to do us a sample page and with a few notes and nips and tucks and guidance he captured the look we were after. A successful blending of the old and the new. Something that harked back to the old Marvel Transformers comic but that also incorporated some of the modern techniques of colouring. I can’t show you the results yet as it would be a bit of a spoiler but rest assured it is great and I will show you something as soon as IDW let me. I have also set up a Transformers ReGeneration Facebook page. If you do the Facebook thing why not pop along and take a look.



Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers #80.5
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 07. Dezember 2011, 19:17:14
Auf Twitter wurde heute die erste Seite des kommenden IDW Transformers Regeneration One Comics gezeigt und diese wollen wir euch nicht vorenthalten.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers #80.5
Beitrag von: SonOfCybertron am 07. Dezember 2011, 20:49:54
Krass!! :o
-auch wenn ich die Dreamwave-Comics sehr genial fand' -aba ich bin nu Ma mit den Marvel-Comics aufgewachsen -& diese 1te Seite hier sieht ja sowat von Marvel-Oldschool aus, das ist der totale Nostalgie-Hammer!!!  :biggersmile:
Weiter so Mr.Furman -& ich überleg' mir glatt, ob ich mir die Serie zuleg'...  :gruebel: ;)

'TilAllAreOne..
SonOfCybertron


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers #80.5
Beitrag von: Axxis am 08. Dezember 2011, 21:45:53
die zeichnungen sind wirklich spitze, weiß wer wann diese 80.5 nummer raus kommt bzw ob man normal an sie ran kommt oder es irgendeine exlusiv nummer ist?


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers #80.5
Beitrag von: Tracks am 09. Dezember 2011, 10:26:19
Jo, ich wüsst auch gern, ob hier und wann die kommt!


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers #80.5
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 25. Januar 2012, 23:02:50
Simon Furman hat ein Interview gegeben, indem es um die Weiterführung der G1 Comics geht. Das Comic Transformers #80.5. Dazu haben wir hier zwei Bilder und wenn ihr das ganze Interview lesen wollt, dann klickt hier.

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Quelle: comicbookresources.com/



Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers #80.5
Beitrag von: Axxis am 26. Januar 2012, 00:37:18
freu mich schon drauf :)

80.5 scheint wohl eine kurze zusammenfassung zu sein (zumindest geh ich von dem primus vs unicron bild davon aus)


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 23. Februar 2012, 11:00:00
Allspark.com hat ein Interview mit Simon Furman geführt, indem es um die kommende Weiterführung der Generations 1 Comics geht. Genauer wurden die wichtigsten Fragen zu Transformers ReGeneration 1 gestellt.

Das ganze Interview könnt ihr hier lesen.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Tracks am 23. Februar 2012, 11:17:52
Gabs oder gibts die erste Ausgabe eigentlich irgendwie schon? Hab ich es verpasst?


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Axxis am 23. Februar 2012, 13:02:12
im juli kommt die erste ausgabe


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Tracks am 23. Februar 2012, 13:56:38
Ah okay danke! Rechtzeitig zur C.O.N.S. dann vielleicht.


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 08. März 2012, 23:13:19
Hier haben wir die ersten Seiten zu dem kommenden IDW Transformers Comic Regeneration One 80.5. Es ist die Fortsetzung zu den ursprünglichen Transformers Marvel Comics von Simon Furman und Andrew Wildman.

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Quelle: newsarama.com



Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Galvatron am 09. März 2012, 00:34:36
Die Ersten Seiten gefallen mir sehr bin gespannt :)


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: StarscreamsGeist am 09. März 2012, 12:00:09
Als neues Mitglied hier, habe ich mir ja gleich eine Sahnenachricht angesehen! Freue mich tierisch auf eine Fortsetzung der alten Marvel Comic Reihe. Vielleicht überzeugt mich das mehr als die IDW-Timeline.


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Predaking77 am 12. März 2012, 08:34:41
Wenn du mit IDW als old School Fan so deine Schwierigkeiten hast, solltest du mal "Last Stand of the Wreckers"'lesen der Comic steht für sich alleine und ist wohl momentan die beste Möglichkeit bei IDW einzusteigen.......

Viele Grüße


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Tracks am 12. März 2012, 10:24:41
Ich würd ja so aus Spaß gern mal noch die letzten paar Ausgaben lesen, um zu wissen, wo es endete, aber ich habe diese Comics leider nie besessen. Gibts noch die Möglichkeit so etwas digital zu lesen?


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Predaking77 am 12. März 2012, 10:30:18
Gibt es schon aber z.B. über Itunes.
Aber die beste Möglichkeit sind die Sammeslbände der Marvel Comics die man über Amazon bestellen kann.


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Tracks am 12. März 2012, 10:34:06
Vielleicht könntest du mir per PN aushelfen, welche man da genau suchen/haben müsste? :-D

Wäre nett :-)


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 22. März 2012, 10:52:09
Das Transformers Comic Regeneration One #80.5 wird am Free Comic Book Day veröffentlicht und wer sich am 5. Mai in London aufhält, der sollte einen Abstecher in den Comic Laden "Orbital Comcs" machen. Denn dort werden die Macher, Simon Furman, Andrew Wildman, Stephen Baskerville und John-Paul Bove, von Regeneration One #80.5 sein und jedem ein unterzeichnetes Exemplar überreichen. Andrew Wildman gibt weiter bekannt, das das Heft Nummer 81 im Juli erscheint.

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Quellen: orbitalcomics.co.uk und Andrew Wildman auf Facebook



Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Predaking77 am 22. März 2012, 21:12:02
Muss ich haben, hoffe Simon hat zur Cons genügend Exemplare dabei


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 06. April 2012, 23:22:05
Wir haben euch berichtet, das am 5. Mai in London im "Orbital Comics" Simon Furman, Andrew Wildman, Stephen Baskerville und John-Paul Bove ein Hand signiertes Exemplar vom Transformers Comic Regeneration One #80.5 jedem Besucher überreichen. Heute können wir die Information heraus geben, das auch Jason Cardy, der Cover Colourist, dabei sein wird.

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Quelle: orbitalcomics.com



Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 12. April 2012, 16:16:18
Ein User von Seibertron.com hat seine Ausgabe des Comics Transfrormers Regeneration One 80.5 schon sehr früh erhalten und hat einige Bilder online gestellt. Dazu hat er auch eine Inhaltsangabe gemacht, die sehr sehr viele Spoiler enthält. Deswegen haben wir hier keine Übersetzung davon. Wer dennnoch mehr wissen will, der kann unter www.seibertron.com nachlesen.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 14. April 2012, 15:57:11
Von IDW wurden für Juli 2012 folgende Comics zu Transformers Regeneration One angekündigt:

Transformers Regeneration One Heft 81 und ein Transformers Regeneration One 100-Seiten Spectacular. Dieses setzt sich aus den Transformers G1 Heften 76 - 80 zusammen. Zu beiden haben wir hier schon mal mögliche Cover für euch.

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Quelle: seibertron.com



Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: RepRap am 19. April 2012, 21:54:23
Ich bin etwas nervös. Wo kann ich 80.5 bestellen und wo bekommt man dann die weiteren?

Ich habe jetzt sogar öfter gelesen, dass 80.5 kostenlos sein soll.

Um ehrlich zu sein, mir ist es egal. Ich will die einfach.


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: CypherCrowley am 27. April 2012, 04:22:37
Ich frage mich auch die ganze Zeit wie ich an ein Exemplar komme. Das Heft wird ja als Teil des "Free Comic Book Day" kostenlos zu haben sein. Ich vermute also mal daß man das  - zumindest in den USA - kostenlos im Comicshop bekommt.

Bei Archonia, wo ich sonst immer meine TF-Comics bestelle gibt es die Ausgabe 80,5 auch (für € 0.01).
http://www.archonia.com/comicshop/en/article/120652/fcbd+2012+transformers+%2380.5+%28net%29/

Leider sind die pre-orders schon abgeschlossen, und meine Erfahrung mit Comics von Archonia ist daß sobald der Artikel bei denen eintrifft keine überschüssigen Exemplare übrig bleiben die man dann "normal" kaufen kann.

Kennt jemand eine alternative Quelle für das Heft? Ich zahle notfalls auch den regulären US-Heft Preis.


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Tracks am 27. April 2012, 08:56:36
im juli kommt die erste ausgabe

Laut Axxis (1 Seite vorher zu lesen) kommt das bei uns im Juli raus, wenn ich das richtig verstanden habe....


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: CypherCrowley am 27. April 2012, 09:19:51
im juli kommt die erste ausgabe

Laut Axxis (1 Seite vorher zu lesen) kommt das bei uns im Juli raus, wenn ich das richtig verstanden habe....

Ja, die erste "reguläre" Ausgabe, #81 kommt im Juli. Die wird ganz normal bei allen Comic-Händlern erhältlich sein. Mir geht es um die #80,5 die am 5. Mai erscheint und die es gratis zum "Free Comic book Day" gibt. Die habe ich außer bei Archonia nirgends zum Bestellen gefunden, und ich fürchte daß die dort auch direkt vergriffen ist wenn sie am 5.5. da eintrudelt.


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Tracks am 27. April 2012, 10:35:41
Öhm ja, die 80.5 hätte ich auch gern. Dachte die wäre gemeint gewesen....


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Lucy am 03. Mai 2012, 18:33:06
Hier haben wir, mit freundlicher Genehmigung der Deviantartkonten von Colorist Josh Burcham und Künstler Guido Guidi, die Transformers ReGeneration Covers zu Heft Nr. 81 ( Retro-Stil von Geoff Senior ) und Heft Nr. 82 der von IDW kommenden Transformers ReGeneration Comics.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Tracks am 05. Mai 2012, 08:16:17
Bei www.comicexpress.de kann man nun 80.5 mitbestellen, wenn man im Wert von 10€ eine Bestellung tätigt.

Da die 80.5 ein Bestandteil des Free Comicbook day ist, kann sie allerdings auch heute ab heute in teilnehmenden Stores abgeholt werden. Das wird von den Comic Geschäften unterschiedlich gehandhabt, wie ich nun erfahren habe. Manche schließen sich dem amerikanischen heutigen Datum an und manche erst dem deutschen Datum (12.05.)

Lider kann ich sonst nichts genaueres dazu sagen. Immerhin ist es eine Info :-)


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 05. Mai 2012, 14:04:01
Wir haben hier ein paar Seiten aus dem Comic von IDW Transformers ReGeneration 1. Heute ist der Free Comic Book Day, an dem auch dieses Heft verteilt wird.

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Quelle: comicbookresources.com



Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Scourge am 05. Mai 2012, 14:08:48
Freue mich schon auf mein Heft!  8)


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: RepRap am 06. Mai 2012, 22:27:48
Ich hab jetzt gerade für 6 Pfund inkl. versandt bestellt. Naja ...

Wann kommt die erste Ausgabe und wo werdet ihr da regelmäßig bestellen?

Ich habe hier jetzt eine Suscription bestellt:
https://www.archonia.com/comicshop/en/article/128717/transformers+regeneration+one+%2381/

Und das habe ich auch bestellt: ... was immer das ist: ... ist das einfach ein reprint von ausgabe #80? die hat doch keine 100 seiten, eher 16 blatt ...
https://www.archonia.com/comicshop/en/article/128718/transformers+regeneration+one+100+pg+spectacular


Ahhh, Reprinting THE TRANSFORMERS #76-80! .... brauch ich zwar nicht, schadet aber auch nicht ...


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Galvatron am 07. Mai 2012, 08:36:12
Freue mich schon und  von Zeichenstile sehr Old School. :)


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Philister am 07. Mai 2012, 23:40:28
Hab's heute gelesen und muss sagen, hat mir sowohl vom Stil als auch schon mal aus Prinzip sehr gefallen. Endlich eine Fortsetzung der damals ja doch recht aprupt geendeten Marvel Comics. Natürlich ist Heft 80.5 kaum mehr als ein "Was bisher geschah", allerdings schafft es das Heft innerhalb weniger Seiten die doch teils sehr komplexe Historie der Marvel Comics für Newcomer verständlich zusammenzu fassen. Bin auf jeden Fall schon mal sehr gespannt, was im "echten" ersten Heft abgehen wird, speziell da...

...gleich mal der "Deux Ex Machina" der letzten Marvel Hefte, der "Last Autobot",  dessen Auftauchen mal eben innerhalb weniger Seiten den Krieg für die Autobots gewonnen hat, zu Staub zerblasen wurde. Konnte der Art, wie hier mittels eines recht billigen Tricks (er belebt alle gefallenen Autobots wieder, inklusive Optimus Prime) für ein Happy End gesorgt wurde, nie so richtig was abgewinnen. Hab' so ein wenig das Gefühl, dass Furman hier mit seinem damaligen Taschenspielertrick (ich muss die Story jetzt innerhalb von zwei Heften beenden, weil Marvel nicht mehr will) aufgeräumt hat.


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Lucy am 08. Mai 2012, 00:04:36
Und das und noch mehr könnten wir schon erfahren auf der diesjährigen C.O.N.S. 4 ......

Den die C.O.N.S. steht dieses Jahr mit als Convention für die ReGeneration 1 Tour fest ;)

Last euch überraschen was die Macher mitbringen zur deutschen Transformers Convention in diesem Jahr!


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Alpha3 am 08. Mai 2012, 00:15:58
Sehr schön.
Immer her mit den Infos.
Freue mich extremst auf die C.O.N.S..


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Lucy am 08. Mai 2012, 00:26:09
Sehr gerne, wird auch nicht mehr sehr lange dauern bis wir mehr darüber rausgeben hier ;)


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Tracks am 09. Mai 2012, 12:28:43
Es wird immer unerträglicher bis zur Cons warten zu müssen :-)


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 12. Mai 2012, 10:54:54
Hier haben wir das Cover zum IDW Comic Transformers ReGeneration One Heft 81. Gut zu sehen ist Hot Rod in seinem bekannten Farben

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Quelle: disposableheroes.co.uk



Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: RepRap am 15. Mai 2012, 19:27:12
Auch bei mir ist 80.5 eingetroffen und ich hab es interessiert zur Kentniss genommen. Ich habe ewig keine Comics mehr gekauft und hatte keine Ahnung wie das inzwischen aussieht. Es ist also gut, dass man mich schonend darauf vorbereitet hat. Aber ich finde es ok. Ich versteh jetzt zwar den Inhalt nicht wirklich, aber das kann wohl nur besser werden. Ich freu mich auf jeden Fall sehr auf #81.


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Cybertronic am 16. Mai 2012, 00:01:08
Ich finde es gut, daß die alte Marvel Storyline ab der 80. US -Ausgabe fortsetzt.
G2 wird scheinbar außer acht gelassen.

Bin mit #80.5 sehr zufrieden und bin auf #81 gespannt.

Nach all den unzähligen, verschiedenen IDW Storylines und diversen Spin-Offs, die zum Teil kaum noch überblickbar sind, ist es endlich eine vielversprechende Richtung.

Lässt mein erloschenes Fan-Herz wieder aufflackern.  8)


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 02. Juli 2012, 10:54:53
Am 11. Juli erscheint das IDW Comic Regeneration One Heft 81 und bis dahin wird Simon Furman auf seinem Blog einen Countdown starten. Er versucht regelmäßig mit Features und Hintergrundinformationen das Warten zu erleichtern.

Heute ist der ertse Teil online gegangen und wer möchte kann hier mehr über Regeneration One #80.5 erfahren.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 03. Juli 2012, 22:43:19
Gestern haben wir euch berichtet, das Simon Furman auf seinem Blog einen Countdown zu ReGeneration One startet. Heute nun ist schon Teil 2 online, den ihr hier lesen könnt.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 05. Juli 2012, 09:05:16
Heute präsentiert uns Simon Furman auf seinem Blog den dritten Teil des Countdowns zu ReGeneration One. Simon macht uns damit das Warten auf ReGeneration One Heft 81, welches am 11. Juli erscheint einfacher. Für alle, die sich überraschen lassen wolen ist der Hinweis: ACHTUNG SPOILER!.

Zum Blog EIntrag gelangt ihr hier.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 09. Juli 2012, 19:20:49
Simon Furman hat auf seinem Blog erneut einen Einblick hinter die Kulissen zu Transformers: Regeneration One Heft 81 online gestellt. In zwei Tagen ist es soweit, da erscheint die Fortsetzung der 21 Jahre alten G1 Comic Hefte. Wer keine Angst vor SPOILERN hat, der kann den Eintrag hier lesen.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Predaking77 am 10. Juli 2012, 13:56:08
Freu mich schon auf die Cons, hoffe Mr. Furman & Co bringen ein paar Exemplare zum signieren mit.....


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Tracks am 10. Juli 2012, 14:14:17
Und falls nicht (was ich nicht glaube) gibt es den Fantastic Comic Store aus Köln, der dort ausstellt. Ich wette, der hat einiges auf Lager zu diesem Thema :-D
Über ihn bekam ich auch die 80.5 und habe schon die 81 vorbestellt.


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 10. Juli 2012, 16:30:44
Morgen erscheint nun endlich das Heft 81 zu Transformers Regeneration One von IDW Comics. Wir haben dazu schon mal die ersten Seiten hier für euch.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 10. Juli 2012, 17:20:26
Von IDW ist ein 100 Seiten Band ershcienen, der die Marvel Comics zu Transformers G1 Band 76 - 80 enthält. Dieser spektakuläre Band ist erschienen um noch einmal in die Geschichte ein zudringen und um dann am Mittwoch ( 11. Juli ) das heft 81 zu geniesen. Wir haben dazu schon mal ein paar Seiten für euch hier.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Tracks am 11. Juli 2012, 08:26:41
Und falls nicht (was ich nicht glaube) gibt es den Fantastic Comic Store aus Köln, der dort ausstellt. Ich wette, der hat einiges auf Lager zu diesem Thema :-D
Über ihn bekam ich auch die 80.5 und habe schon die 81 vorbestellt.

Eins steht fest... zur CONS wird Fantastic Stores noch keine Ausgabe 81 da haben, da sie heute rauskommt und der nächste Zollimport von Fantastic Stores ist immer ende des Monats. Schade aber okay. Es gibt bestimmt einiges anderes an dem Stand.


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 11. Juli 2012, 20:12:23
Heute war es soweit. Das IDW Comic Transformers Regeneration 1 Heft 81 ist erschienen und dazu wurden auf der Transformers Seite auf Facebook die ersten Seite online gestellt. Die Macher des Comics, Simon Furman, Andrew Wildman und Stephen Backerville haben dort auch ihre Kommentare hinterlassen.

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PAGE 1: Bludgeon versus Kup, and we’re back in the original continuity. You guys have must thought this day would never come?

SIMON FURMAN: Yeah, it was strange (but nice) to slip back into this, and really tough to know how to start such an important issue. I’m always very aware of splash pages and not wasting them, so I wanted a big, bold image to kick off with, preferably action-orientated. The title of the story (back on the splash page – another nod to the old Marvel G1 comic), and the first story arc, is “Loose Ends,” and I wanted to establish exactly what that meant (and who those loose ends were) right up front. Of course, it’s kind of a “knowing” title too, because part of what we’re doing with Regeneration One is tying up loose ends. And Bludgeon? Well, to me, he’s one of the most visually exciting of all the Transformers, and Andrew always seemed to like drawing him, so it just made a lot of sense.

ANDREW WILDMAN: Are we really doing this thing? Amazing, isn’t it. I thought that it may come around at some point given that there has always been so much interest in that old storyline but to finally be here is a little odd. Feels like one of those ’80’s band revival things. Let’s hope it satisfies the 20 year wait. That opening page certainly gets things going with a bit of velocity.

STEPHEN BASKERVILLE: I thought two things when I saw Andrew’s pencils for this page; the first was “Wow, that’s exciting!,” and the second was “Yikes! Look at all that background jungle stuff I have to ink!”

JOHN-PAUL BOVE: My reaction was “look at all that background jungle stuff I have to color!” I wanted to have a slightly sickly look to the environment to emphasize that it’s not Earth.



Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: RepRap am 16. Juli 2012, 17:45:04
Mein #81 ist da, insgesamt 9.30 auf archonia (gibts das auch günstiger und zuverlässig?). Ich have Cover B.


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Philister am 18. Juli 2012, 08:05:18
Gestern gelesen und erster Eindruck sehr positiv. Zeichnungen im klassischen Stil, Story noch am Anfang, aber schon sehr vielversprechend und natürlich auch in Furman'scher Manier einen Schocker am Ende. Ein sehr guter Anfang.


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 20. Juli 2012, 12:03:55
Auf der Offiziellen Facebook Seite von Transformers ReGeneration One wurde heute angekündigt, das ReGeneration One auf der C.O.N.S. 4 gezeigt wird. Hier der genaue Text:
Simon Furman and myself are appearing at the German C.O.N.S. convention on Sunday. If you are around come and say Hi :-) We will not only be our amazingly talented, interesting and entertaining selves ;-) but will have all the usual swag for sale.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 31. Juli 2012, 10:40:12
Hier haben wir von IDW Publishing eine Vorschau vom Heft 82 zu Transformers Regeneration One.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 01. August 2012, 22:22:03
Auf der offiziellen Facebook Seite von Transformers wurden heute die drei Cover des Transformers Regeneration One Heft 82 gezeigt. Dazu gab es folgende Information:

DINOBOT MONTH begins today with the release of TRANSFORMERS: REGENERATION ONE #82—the second issue of Hasbro and IDW Publishing’s continuation of the original 1980s TRANSFORMERS comic book series! Picking up where they left off, the creative team of that series—Simon Furman, Andrew Wildman, and Stephen Baskerville—continue the Transformers story that started it all! With Earth a wasteland and the Wreckers blown to bits by Megatron himself, do the Autobots stand a chance—or will this be the shortest series in Transformers history? And while you’re waiting to pick up your copy from your local comic book store (or buy it digitally at http://idwpublishing.com/digitalcomics/transformers) check out the three variant covers we’ve assembled!

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: RepRap am 01. August 2012, 22:57:54
Das mit den unterschiedlichen Covern finde ich etwas nervig. Bei archonia kann man nicht auswählen, welches man haben möchte.
Bei #81 habe ich nun cover B bekommen. sicherlich nicht das beste, doch die anlehnung an mervel gefällt mir sehr gut.
Nun möchte ich natürlich auch die weiteren mit Cover B ... aber das wird wohl nichts.


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Tracks am 01. August 2012, 23:09:18
Was war denn auf Cover B? Ich habe das mit Megatron (A) bekommen.
Hot Rod ist B? Und Megs ist A?


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Predaking77 am 02. August 2012, 02:32:45
Das Megatron Cover ist von Andrew Wildman. Auf jeden Fall gefällt mir das am besten.


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: RepRap am 02. August 2012, 17:20:38
Genau Hot Rod ist Cover B. Ich war anfangs enttäuscht, habe dann aber den Optimus Prime links oben Entdeckt, wie bei den Marvel Comics und hätte nun gerne von jeder Ausgabe Cover B. :-)


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Tracks am 02. August 2012, 20:19:49
Den Prime habe ich auch links oben. Ist die Frage, ob man das überhaupt beeinflussen kann. Also auch als Händler jetzt.


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: RepRap am 02. August 2012, 23:36:19
wahrscheinlich nur, wenn man einem Shop ums Eck hat uns es dort auswählt. Wenn du aber so wie ich 9 euro pro ausgabe online bezahlt sicher nicht ..... grrr.


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 01. September 2012, 01:11:27
Einige originale Art Works zu Transformers Regeneration One von Andrew Wildman kann man jetzt in seinem eigenen Shop ergattern. Andrew selbst sagt folgendes dazu:

So many have asked when the artwork from the TRANSFORMERS: REGENERATION ONE book will be for sale. So here it is. Its been over twenty years since I drew pages for this continuity. Pages from the original Marvel series are all but gone. This is the new stuff. The continuation of the definitive Transformers storyline and your chance to own a piece of history.

Quelle: etsy.com/

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 03. September 2012, 17:57:15
Hier kommen die Vorschauseiten zum Transformers Regeneration 1 Heft 83.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Axxis am 03. September 2012, 19:38:35
spike als fortress maximus war mir irgendwie lieber :(


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Philister am 04. September 2012, 20:14:15
Der Körper von FortMax muss noch irgendwo auf der Erde sein (zumindest war er in Heft 80 oder 79 noch dort), insofern wage ich mal die Prognose, dass wir nochmal sehen werden, dass Spike sich mit FortMax verbindet.


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Tracks am 04. September 2012, 20:36:06
Hoffentlich kommt morgen meine Ausgabe :-)


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 06. September 2012, 14:45:54
Auf der Transformersseite von Facebook haben wir folgendes gefunden:

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PAGE 1: Spike Witwicky marks his return, now as Circuit Smasher! What inspired this radical new take on an old favorite character?
 
SIMON FURMAN: Having Spike back served a twofold purpose. On the one hand, the current status of/fate of Fortress Maximus was on my RG1 “to do” list. It was something else left kind of dangling at the end of #80. I did and do like the basic concept of a character who, to save their life, has to surrender a part of their humanity, and Spike (already being a Headmaster) was partway on that course already. Once I knew the fate of Earth and roughly the state of play there, using him just fitted. It’s that “everything old is new again” tag that I keep applying to RG1. Take the familiar and twist it, reinvent it. I want to keep surprising people with this book, and if doing that also ties a few plot points together, all the better.

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PAGE 2: Rack ’N’ Ruin are taken out by Spike, as he displays his power. Clearly what Megatron did to Earth has had a profound affect on him and how he now views all Transformers.
 
SIMON FURMAN: Yes, and just how much is going to become evident when we hit our third story arc. Spike’s a complex character. He’s human, and blames the Autobots for almost all the bad things that have happened to planet Earth in the intervening 21 years (between #80 and #81). But he was, for a while, half Nebulan/Cybertronian too. He’s literally been inside the heads of the Transformers. But his separation from Fort Max (as well as almost killing him) has left him full of misdirected anger, anger that will spill out in #91-95 in terrifying ways, blurring his place among the “good guys” of RG1. But those kind of characters have always been my favourite. You never know which way or how far they’re going to go, and subsequently if there’s any way back for them once they’ve stepped over that line.

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PAGE 3: Topspin and Spike talk about where Spike was when he was last seen in Marvel US issues. Did you always know this was where Spike was going to be when you last wrote him?
 
SIMON FURMAN: Honestly, no. I think it’s the gulf of time and the fact that we’re heading for an honest-to-gosh conclusion that allowed me to go so dark, both with the state of play on Earth and just how off the deep end Spike is going to go. But some of the seeds of Spike’s state of mind were sown back in #79. To use a kind of drug analogy, Spike was trying to kick the Fort Max habit and get back to his own life. But in many ways he was now Fort Max, so that kind of enforced distance was bound to have some fallout, a kind of enhanced separation anxiety. It’s like the thing you need most, you’re denying yourself, and it’s bound to splinter your psyche. So, even though Fort Max is gone (rather than just shelved), the effect is going to be the same. But even more pronounced. Even once Spike understands what is missing, what he needs, it’s impossible to get.

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PAGE 4: Spike and the Wreckers stand down after their initial confrontation. Considering both of their desperate situations, you’d think it couldn’t get any worse of them. Right?
 
SIMON FURMAN: Oh, it’s going to get a lot worse. For both. Even when the dust settles on #85 and that storyline, the Earth angle is far from finished. And the Wreckers are going to be reeling for a long time.

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PAGE 5: Optimus Prime is sharing his seemingly infinite wisdom with Hot Rod. Do you see Prime as someone who, even with all his experiences, still learning new things about the world around him?
 
SIMON FURMAN: My take on Optimus Prime is that while he’s a Prime, he’s not THE Prime. And that’s what he’s been gradually starting to understand. I always feel that Optimus never really wanted the role, but grew into it. Grew into this amazing, inspirational leader. But it was never natural. He had to walk the shoe leather in before it fitted. And maybe for all his incredible wisdom and courage he’s still just a link in chain from their creator, Primus, to… ???. A chain (mentioned in #65) that got broken when the Matrix was lost/corrupted/destroyed. Is it a coincidence that Hot Rod kind of looks like Primus? I tend not to believe in coincidences.


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 27. September 2012, 12:31:28
Andrew Wildman hat sich dazu entschlossen, einige seiner Zeichnungen zum Transformers Regeneration One Comic zu verkaufen. Der Genau Anlass wird von Andrew selbst zitiert: So many have asked when the artwork from the TRANSFORMERS: REGENERATION ONE book will be for sale. So here it is. Its been over twenty years since I drew pages for this continuity. Pages from the original Marvel series are all but gone. This is the new stuff. The continuation of the definitive Transformers storyline and your chance to own a piece of history.
All pages of art include a Certificate of Authentication.

Wir haben einige Seiten hier für euch, den Rest findet ihr auf etsy.com

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 09. Oktober 2012, 09:58:25
Hier kommt die Vorschau zum IDW Comic Transformers Regeneration One Heft 84.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 05. November 2012, 17:47:36
Auf seinem Blog hat Simon Furman Kommentare niedergeschrieben, in denen es um das IDW Comic Transformers Regeneration 1 Heft 85 geht. Er Spricht über den Showdown zwischen Optimus Prime und Megatron und den Folgen, die daraus entstehen. Aber es wird gewarnt: Spoiler!!!

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Tracks am 06. November 2012, 09:16:59
Geiles Cover! :-)


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 06. November 2012, 12:19:47
Hier zeigen wir euch die ersten Seiten zum IDW Comic Transformers Regeneration One Heft 85.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 07. November 2012, 23:12:39
Heute können wir euch fünf Seiten aus dem IDW Comic Transformers Regeneration One Heft 85 zeigen, zu denen Andrew Wildman seine Kommentare abgegeben hat.

PAGE 4: We’re starting a little late in the issue with this commentary, so as not to spoil a shocker earlier on… we get to Optimus Prime and Megatron fighting it out, just as they’ve always done. Did you find it hard to get back into drawing the classic characters like them again? Did you have to re-teach yourself how to do it?
ANDREW WILDMAN: No. I have been drawing these two guys a lot over the years in the form of sketches at conventions so they still feel very familiar. Cool bit about this scene is that I had the opportunity to start knocking chunks off of them

PAGE 5: How much free reign are you given to draw a particular panel? Do you always follow what is specified in the script or break away from that if you feel it would look better?
ANDREW WILDMAN Simon and myself have had a long creative relationship and we understand each other’s way of working. It is always clear to me that Simon has this all very well worked out in his head. It is rare that anything is not clear in the script. That said, occasionally I feel that something needs to be staged slightly differently. We discuss it and just work out what is the best solution. Our experience in TV is showing up a lot as well. Simon’s scripts often read more like a TV script and my art is looking more and more like a series of storyboards. But I like all that. I think it is giving it a more cinematic feel.

PAGE 6: With Kup struggling as the battle continues—how long would this page have taken you to draw? And did you go through many revisions on it before you came to how it looks now?
ANDREW WILDMAN: Very few revisions. Don’t have time for that. As soon as I read it I get an image in my mind as to what the page will look like. I then do a quick thumbnail on the script itself and then just draw it up full size. The majority of these pages take the same amount of time i.e. two pages a day. I often find that if you ponder a page for too long it loses life. trust your instincts and get it down quick. That way it retains more life and vibrancy

PAGE 5: Prime and Megatron continue their battle while Auntie poses a bigger threat... Did you go back and look at all of their previous fights to get an idea of how to approach this one?
ANDREW WILDMAN: Nope. Just piled in.

PAGE 6: At this stage, can you see yourself penciling every issue in Regeneration One or having some other input if another artist should come in?
ANDREW WILDMAN: I have been asked that a lot. Will have to see. Couldn’t possibly say

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 03. Dezember 2012, 17:36:46
Simon Furman hat auf seinem Blog das Script (W)rap zum Heft 86 vom Transformers ReGeneration 1 Comic online gestellt.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 04. Dezember 2012, 12:42:17
Hier haben wir die Vorschau zu IDW Comic Transformers: Regeneration One Heft 86.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Alpha3 am 05. Dezember 2012, 22:47:41
Vor kurzem hatten wir Euch die Vorschauseiten zu ReGeneration One Heft 86 zeigen können.

Nun haben wir dank der offiziellen Transformers-Fan-Community-FaceBookSeite einige Kommentare von Simon Furman für Euch.

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PAGE 1: the Dinobots are being held captive on Cybertron, five years in the past and suffering the after effects of nucleon. Having done so much with the Dinobots, is there more you can do with this group of characters?

SIMON FURMAN: To my mind, there’s always something else you can do with the Dinobots. But seriously, yes, I think so. In this second arc, we push Grimlock way over the fine line he walks on a day-to-day basis, and though it’s kind of a noble instinct, inspired by the others’ predicament, that drives him to the place (of no return?), the lengths he’s willing to go to, the trusts he’s prepared to betray, are going to cost him big time—and irrevocably. I wanted this time around to get right under the skin of this tightly-bonded and often fractious relationship the five Dinobots have, and their relationships both to the other Autobots and to some of their enemies. I intend to draw parallels between Grimlock, an Autobot outsider, with a Decepticon character who was originally painted as an outsider himself.

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PAGE 2: Grimlock is facing the other angry Dinobots, observing other side effects of nucleon on other Autobots. Can you remind anyone who may not know or remember what happened with nucleon in previous issues and how these characters came to be where they are now?

SIMON FURMAN: Nucleon’s a kind of wonder-fuel that Grimlock went in search of back in issue #69, but it’s kind of a two-edged sword. It can grant or even boost your powers/natural abilities, but often (though by no means in all cases) there’s a price. So with Grimlock it made him stronger and faster, but it also robbed him of his ability to change modes. Basically, Grimlock (in his naturally blinkered way) ignored all the warnings in order to bring the Dinobots (and a whole bunch of Autobots) back from the brink of death (after Starscream’s Underbase rampage in #50). Inevitably, as with Grimlock himself, there were side effects. Some are tiny, barely noticeable, some though are huge and debilitating and the Cybertronian in question is either driven to the brink of madness by super-enhanced abilities (like Blaster) or become a danger to themselves and others (like Inferno).

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PAGE 3: We’re seeing what happened to Grimlock and how he became an Action Master (sacrificing the use of his alt mode). Was this a planned revisitation of the old story thread or something that came up while you were doing research for the series?

SIMON FURMAN: This was definitely one of the story lines that was planned before we knew #80 was the last issue of the Marvel run, but I never got a chance to see through. What changed was the chance to wrap this into another kind of loose end, which was the fate of the heads of the original Headmasters (last seen in their own right back in the HEADMASTERS mini-series). Not sure if I’d have come up with that kind of mutual solution back then or not. And it gave me a chance to bring back one my favourite characters from my original run on the book, but explore him in an all-new way.

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PAGE 4: In the present day, Grimlock is being held captive by Scorponok. Last time we saw Scorponok was when he died on Cybertron. Do you have personal bond with the character as you do Grimlock, after using him in previous IDW comics?

SIMON FURMAN: Yes, I like Scorponok a lot. Much as Grimlock, he seems to have his own ideas about allegiance and strategy, that don’t always jibe with the leadership. The Scorponok I inherited back then was the Lord Zarak version, and it was fun to muddy his tyrannical nature with this more conflicted (intrinsically noble) character. And this Scorponok is yet another version, more like the original (because he is the original) but not the same as back then. Because he’s shared a mind in the interim — and evolved. It’s affected him, just in a slightly different way. It’s great, I get to do that whole ‘same but different’ thing.

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PAGE 5: Scorponok begins conversing with Grimlock about nucleon and what it’s shown him. It’s sounding like Scorponok is going to send our friendly Dinobots through a few levels of hell to achieve his goals.

SIMON FURMAN: Yeah, much as Scorponok NEEDS Grimlock for his plans, there’s a kind of sadistic relish in the way Scorpy dangles temptation in front of his optics. Scorponok instinctively recognizes a kindred spirit in Grimlock, two outsiders together against the worlds (or worlds), but he’s using him, plain and simple. Is he also underestimating Grimlock? We shall see.



Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 08. Januar 2013, 19:40:39
Heute können wir euch eine Vorschau zum IDW Comic Transformers: Regeneration One Heft 87 zeigen.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 12. Februar 2013, 18:14:48
Hier kommt die Vorschau zum Heft 88 vom IDW Comic Transformers: Regeneration One.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: -Bexter- am 12. Februar 2013, 19:57:45
Ich besitze dieses comic sogar signiert von simon furman  :egypt:
Dank cons tombula yeah!


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Customizer_1 am 12. Februar 2013, 23:51:48
Ich besitze dieses comic sogar signiert von simon furman  :egypt:
Dank cons tombula yeah!

Wie soll das gehen wenn Heft 88 erst noch kommt?


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: -Bexter- am 13. Februar 2013, 07:25:17
Nein ich meinte das heft 1


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Synyster Gates am 13. Februar 2013, 07:34:30
Nein ich meinte das heft 1

Lol... Regeneration ONE heißt die HEFTSERIE... und die geht nicht mit heft 1 los... sondern mit ner nummer in den 80ern (84? KP müssen die Comic spezis beantworten)


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: -Bexter- am 13. Februar 2013, 07:36:13
Ich habe dieses comic was auf dem stardpost steht meine ich 80.5 signiert von simon furman und noch jemanden ...


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Tracks am 13. Februar 2013, 08:38:55
Das ist die Marvel UK Serie von Transformers, die vor 21 Jahren etwa mit der Ausgabe 80 endete. Die wurde nun wieder fortgesetzt mit der Free Comic Book Day Ausgabe 80.5. (Gratis Exemplar)

Simon Furman und Andrew Wildman haben signiert. Waren ja beides Gäste auf der CONS und sind auch beide an dem Comic beteiligt. Von der Ausgabe 80.5 habe ich ebenfalls eine signierte Ausgabe und noch mehrere unsignierte. Hebe es dir gut auf Bexter. Noch ist es frisch, irgendwann einmal ist es vielleicht mal richtig was wert für Sammler.


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: -Bexter- am 13. Februar 2013, 10:03:28
Danke werde ich tun :)


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Customizer_1 am 13. Februar 2013, 10:06:37
Das ist die Marvel UK Serie von Transformers, die vor 21 Jahren etwa mit der Ausgabe 80 endete. Die wurde nun wieder fortgesetzt mit der Free Comic Book Day Ausgabe 80.5. (Gratis Exemplar)

Simon Furman und Andrew Wildman haben signiert. Waren ja beides Gäste auf der CONS und sind auch beide an dem Comic beteiligt. Von der Ausgabe 80.5 habe ich ebenfalls eine signierte Ausgabe und noch mehrere unsignierte. Hebe es dir gut auf Bexter. Noch ist es frisch, irgendwann einmal ist es vielleicht mal richtig was wert für Sammler.

Genau darum gings de rKnallerbse doch, erneut WERBUNG in eigener Sache machen um einen Verkauf zu generieren, langsam nervts extrem. da pushen ja nciht erlaub tist pusht man sich eben in anderen Themen....


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Starfire Magnus am 13. Februar 2013, 10:15:04
Ich hab irgendwo noch ein paar uralte Hefte der Marvel-Reihe herumfliegen...
ReGeneration One steht auch schon auf der Must-Read-Liste.


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: -Bexter- am 13. Februar 2013, 10:25:46
Customizer ich möchte nicht noch einen streit anfangen!
Ih habe doch nur gesagt das ic den comic aufheben werde meine güte   :biggersmile:


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Customizer_1 am 13. Februar 2013, 11:30:30
Echt? Steht wo?

Ich besitze dieses comic sogar signiert von simon furman  :egypt:
Dank cons tombula yeah!

Du hast das erst geschrieben, nachdem Tracks sich schon quasi entlarvt hat, warum sonst hättest du sonst auf den ALLERERSTEN POST DES THEMAS (!!!) bezug nehmen sollen?

Und ich Streite nicht, ich stelle fest, damit hat es sich auch schon, angenehmen Tag noch :)


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Celice am 13. Februar 2013, 11:46:19
Wenn wir schon ins Detail gehen:
Regeneration One setzt die Marvel US(!!) Hefte fort. Die Ereignisse von Marvel UK oder G2 werden nicht berücksichtig, wobei es sich Simon Furman gestattet hat, ein paar Elemente aus diesen Reihen zu nutzen, wie z.B. die Wreckers und Ultra Magnus, die vorher in Marvel US nicht vorkamen.


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Starfire Magnus am 13. Februar 2013, 12:07:58
Echt? Steht wo?

Ich besitze dieses comic sogar signiert von simon furman  :egypt:
Dank cons tombula yeah!

Du hast das erst geschrieben, nachdem Tracks sich schon quasi entlarvt hat, warum sonst hättest du sonst auf den ALLERERSTEN POST DES THEMAS (!!!) bezug nehmen sollen?

Und ich Streite nicht, ich stelle fest, damit hat es sich auch schon, angenehmen Tag noch :)

...in diesem Sinne: bitte weiter via PN  :) Merci beaucoup.


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 11. März 2013, 10:55:17
Simon Furman hat auf seinen Blog eine kleine Vorschau in Form eines Sripts zum kommnenden IDW Comics Transformers: Regeneraion One Heft 89 online gestellt.

So, the penultimate chapter of the ‘Natural Selection’ arc, and things are about as bad as they can get. For Grimlock, in way, way too deep, even for him, and for his fellow Dinobots (Snarl, Swoop and Sludge) too. In fact, that trio of Dinobots (somewhat ignored since #86, and then seen only in flashback or dream-sequence) take centre stage here. Still at large in Scorponok’s new Iacon (with its more murderously inclined population), but only just. And guess what? They’re not the least bit happy about their commander’s alliance with Scorponok, whatever his ultimate motivations, to the point where the thing that’s uppermost in their minds is not so much survival, as putting their own house in order. Grimlock has defied ‘the code’, and that’s the biggest Dinobot ‘no, no’ of all. No happy endings are assured here. What else? Well, a whole lot actually. In the very core of Cybertron, Hot Rod faces an impossible choice, and learns the faith-testing truth about the entire Transformers race. Optimus Prime embarks on a mission to clear Earth of any remaining possible dangers (of Cybertronian origin), a task that sets him on a collision course with the Ark’s current inhabitants, and where we learn more about last issue’s ‘shock’ revelation. Plus, Ultra Magnus and the Autobots are on the home leg of their long journey back from Earth, unaware that the reception in Iacon is likely to be warm… in all the wrong ways!

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 11. März 2013, 21:47:50
Soeben wurde das alternative Cover zum IDW Comic Transformers: Regeneraion One Heft 89 gezeigt. Das erste ist von Guido Guidi, das zweite von Geoff Senior.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 12. März 2013, 10:50:58
Hier können wir euch nun eine bessere Vorschau zum kommenden IDW Comic Transformers Regeneration One Heft 89 zeigen.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 14. März 2013, 09:44:52
Simon Furman hat einige Fragen zum IDW Comic Transformers: Regeneration One Heft 89 beantwortet.

Q: Let’s say you’re sitting down to write a new story. What are the first things you start thinking of?
SIMON FURMAN: Character. Or characters. Frankly, I’m not sure if story stems from character or vice versa, but one without the other is useless. You can have the best, most original high concept idea for a story, but unless it serves/reflects the characters you populate it with, it will fail. Every story, however fantastical, has to have a resonance with the person reading/listening to/watching it. Even if your character is an alien squid assassin, something in that character has to be relatable. You (the audience) have to empathize with/understand the twists and turns and conflicts that you (the writer) put that character through. I want the reader to wonder – what would I do in that situation? How would I react? The fundamental choices your character(s) makes have to be believable. I’m also a big proponent of the “fish out of water” scenario. So, at it’s most basic, if your character hates cats, then you send him to stay with his aunt with a houseful of them. See what he does. So, I either have a character and find a story that fits (and puts them through the most number of loops) or I have a story I desperately want to tell and then find the best cast to convey the story’s message. I’m doing a lot of movie writing at the moment, and the thing I most keep hold of (from the various screenwriting books I’ve consumed), is the idea of what your character wants (on a surface goal level), and what your character needs (on an internal, often unrecognized level), and that both should be achieved/realized to some degree by the close of the story.

Q: As there are some many characters in TRANSFORMERS, how do you decide what characters to put into the story? Is it driven by the theme or can you decide on a story depending on what character(s) you wish to use?
SIMON FURMAN: Sometimes, I freely admit, there are just characters I want to use and will find a good story/theme for. But the TF universe is so rich and diverse, you really have to narrow down the focus and not get swamped in characters. By necessity, some become background/functional players, the right ‘bot for the right action, but I’ll always try and settle on four or five key characters in a given story arc, who’ll be given layers, depth and conflict, and whose travails will drive the backbone of the story. My favorite thing is to advance multiple storylines in any given issue or arc, with one right in the foreground and the others simmering gently in the background, ripening into front and center stories in due course. That way you can juggle multiple cast members, gradually pulling the strands together and intertwining the stories/themes.

Q: Having worked for so long in TRANSFORMERS, do you still from time to time have to look up tech-specs or bios to learn maybe a little more about the characters, especially if its one maybe you haven’t written for to much?
SIMON FURMAN: The trap I try not to fall into if I can help it (if I’m lazy at script stage, I’ll polish up dialog when I review the art and place the speech bubbles), is not short-changing the characters that only have bit parts in the story. Making sure they have the right character traits, the right weapons, the right speech patterns. For that, the tech specs are invaluable, as it’s nigh on impossible to hold all the variations in your head, and so yes, I often reach for my print and paper TF Universe books or look up a character online. Some characters I know inside and out, and their voices, etc., are entrenched in my head, but I tend to err on the side of caution outside the ten to fifteen characters I’ve written so often I just know what they can and can’t do. Though sometimes, even with familiar characters, I’ll suddenly think, ‘what the heck does that gun of his shoot?’

Q: Do you often tend to outline your stories before actually writing the script or do you find you can go in blind and work from there?
SIMON FURMAN: I always, always present the stories in (detailed) outline (issue-by-issue) form first. For two reasons, the first being that it helps me beat out the action, and you can see pretty quickly if you’re just asking too much of any given issue or clutch of issues. I also like to know where I’m going (know your ending is my sage advice to all budding writers). Secondly, stories generally (especially with Transformers) need to go through layers of editorial (and often licensor) approval, and it’s far easier (and less demoralizing) to make significant changes at outline stage than script stage. But, all that said, I am never bound by the outline I produce. Almost always, my scripts stray from my outline. Things are added, subtracted, moved around, refined. They definitely evolve as I go along, but generally I aim to hit all the original (major) beats. REGENERATION ONE has been particularly fluid. I always knew where I was going (on a macro scale), but on the issue-to-issue level things have definitely grown and gained extra layers or angles as it’s progressed.

Q: Ok have a story and characters in place, now you’re scripting. Do you have to tailor the dialogue for each character differently? Do you find it harder to describe what you’re seeing or to put down what the characters are saying?
SIMON FURMAN: I do try to find the “voice” of each character. Sometimes that’s their animated or animated movie voice, sometimes it’s an actor I associate with that character. But once I’m rolling on a given scene, I rarely have to pause and think what a character will say or what the scene description needs to be (I try and keep the latter to a minimum wherever I can). The most difficult thing, the one that can stop me in my tracks, is a change of scene (especially to a new location or new set of characters). I kind of hate getting bogged down in the minutia of a scene description, which I feel loses all the momentum I’ve built up. Sometimes I’ll skip all that and fill in the bits and pieces when I do my second draft. Minimum of four passes on any given whole script, then I tend to do a scene only read and a dialog only read as passes five and six.

Q: In most cases, you get to work with a different artist on a different book. Do you write the script to suit the artist you are working with or do you keep things on the page the same with each one?
SIMON FURMAN: Largely, I just write the script, and worry about who’s drawing it later. But, if I know in advance who’s drawing it, I’ll tailor the script a bit (often unconsciously) to that artist. Adopt a kind of shorthand if it’s artist I work with regularly. Mostly I just try and make sure all the necessary information is present and correct, in case there’s a change of artist.

Q: As the pages start coming in, can things change still, if maybe the artist has an idea about how to do a page or if they feel they can make a contribution to the plot?
SIMON FURMAN: I actively encourage this. Andrew and I speak regularly on aspects of REGENERATION ONE (be it panels or scenes or pages). Though I like the control you have writing full script, I used to love getting pages back when I was writing “Marvel” plot-style (where it’s more of a breakdown of a bunch of pages and you throw the pacing/panel breakdown over to the artist almost entirely), and being genuinely and pleasantly surprised (and inspired) by what he (or she) had done. I like comics to be a team effort, as it generally makes for a better comic in the end. And as I always do a final dialog pass over the artwork (to make sure it’s the best it can be and it fits the page/panel), it’s no great problem to make those last minute changes.

Q: Whoever the editor is on a given book, do you think there are still changes to be made even with the book in production or do these issues get ironed out in the scripting stage before the artist starts drawing?
SIMON FURMAN: Certainly my experience on REGENERATION ONE has been that editorial/last minute changes have been almost zero. There was one time recently when John (Barber) identified something that simply wasn’t clear enough on the finished page (and we all agreed with him), and [colorist John-Paul Bove] had to do a quick fix, but really we try and deal with any problems at script or pencil stage. If there’s something that’s not quite right, I (or John) will tell Andrew and he’ll fix it.

Q: On the coloring and lettering, are you still having a say in what characters should be, if backgrounds should have more or less in them or if certain words should be emphasized on the page? SIMON FURMAN: As JP grows into RG1, the feedback from Andrew, John or myself on the pages he produces have dwindled to next to nothing. At first, because we wanted to echo the feel, if not the exact look, of the Marvel era coloring, we chipped in with lots of suggestions, but really JP just does his thing these days as we utter a collective “wow.” That’s it. I (and the whole team) review the first draft PDF of the whole issue, and any final issues are dealt with then. But again, I can’t think of an occasion where I’ve picked up anything more than a stray typo or stylistic thing with the speech balloons or panels. [letterer] Chris Mowry really knows his stuff. As for emphasis on words, that’s all there in the original script.

Q: Are the type of writer who does the script, and then allows the rest of the production team to put the book together, or do you prefer having a more hands on role during the production process?
SIMON FURMAN: Oh, afraid I’m an all-stages, poke my nose in kind of writer. I care too much about the finished product (especially if it’s going to have my name on it) to just turn the script in and move on.

Q: Even though you’ve done so much in the past 30 years on this franchise, do you still get the feeling or pride once you see the finished product or when you get to hold it in your hands?
SIMON FURMAN: Of course. In fact, I’m normally most proud of my latest thing, and certainly true of Regeneration One. It’s been (and continues to be) a real team effort, right down to the alternate covers by Geoff and Guido. On a personal/writing level, I’m very proud of striking that difficult balance between something that reads like a comic used to read (back in the 90s), and not letting it become or look dated in the process. Back in 1991, the idea of structuring story arcs for trade paperback was simply never in our minds, but these days it has to be. So that’s one concession to the modern. Same with thought bubbles. They had to go. But a certain amount of the carefree naivety that was in the comics back then I’ve disinterred for RG1, and I’m glad of it. Comics can take themselves a little too seriously these days, in my opinion, and I wanted to hearken back to that 80/90s zeitgeist of gung-ho fun and entertainment a little more. There are still big themes and serious tones, but it’s leavened by a more rollicking, hell for leather approach to the stories and storytelling (and maybe even logic). When we get to #100, when it’s all bound up in nice collected editions, I feel this is something I’ll be proud to hand to people and say, “Look what I did!”

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 06. April 2013, 12:33:23
Heute können wir euch die Vorschau zum IDW Comic Transformers Regeneration 1 Heft 90 zeigen.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 08. April 2013, 10:45:59
Simon Furman hat soeben auf seinem Blog ein Script zum IDW Comic Transformers ReGeneration One Heft 90 veröffentlicht.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 19. April 2013, 18:40:25
Soeben hat der IDW Comic Zeichner Andrew Wildman auf seinem Blog bekannt gegeben, das er vom Projekt Regeneration One eine Pause macht. Er macht nicht wirklich Urlaub. Nein ganz im Gegenteil. Er ist für ein Projekt für Vorschulkinder eingesetzt. Er ist an einer TV Show beteiligt. Seine Arbeit bei Regeneration One übernimmt so lang Guido Guidi. Es steht zwar noch nicht ganz fest, aber für Heft Nummer 100, also dem finalen Heft, soll Andrew wieder dabei sein.

For anyone not yet aware, I am taking a break from transformers for a while. We don’t know how long yet. The hope is that I will be able to get back on for the final issue of Regeneration but we will have to see. Depends on schedules etc. The reason I am taking the break is that I have been asked to work on a new children’s pre-school TV show. No robots in this one. Fluffy pandas and the like :-) A nice change but it will be great to get back in for RegenerationOne #100 and wrap up THE DEFINITIVE Transformers storyline. Fingers crossed.

Guido Guidi will be picking up the pencil chores for a while. Although he is not one of the original crew we do like his work and it will still fit the flow of the story as Stephen Baskerville will continue as inker.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: nonger am 29. April 2013, 17:22:16
Ich hätte da mein eine Frage an euch Comic-Leser ...

habe diesen Comic-Buch (Taschenbuch) bei Amazon gesehen ...

Transformers: Regeneration One [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

http://www.amazon.de/gp/product/1613775555/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A3JWKAKR8XB7XF

Mit 132 Seiten, zu meiner Frage beinhaltet dass die einzeln Comic der Serie die schon raus gekommen sind.
Wenn ja von bis zu welchem Comic?
Weil ich die Serie anfangen wollte ...!



Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Celice am 29. April 2013, 17:30:02
Das ist die Sammlung der Hefte 80.5 bis 85. Am 1.5. kommt dann Volume 2, welche Heft 86 bis 90 beinhaltet.


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: nonger am 29. April 2013, 17:38:49
DANKE Celice für die super schnelle Antwort ...! :superb:


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Lucy am 29. April 2013, 17:40:27
Ich wußte doch das diese Antwort von Celice wie aus der Kanone kommt ;-)


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 01. Mai 2013, 20:36:34
Heute können wir euch eine kleine Vorschau zum IDW Comic Transformers: ReGeneration One Heft 91 geben.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 03. Mai 2013, 22:02:26
Jetzt haben wir die volle Vorschau zum IDW Comic Transformers: Regeneration One Heft 91 für euch.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Celice am 07. Mai 2013, 19:50:44
Die Vorschau ist ja dann schon sehr interessant und endlich wissen wir, wie der dritte Story Arc heißen wird. Mir persönlich gefällt der Titel, da er auch betont, dass das Ende nah ist. Die Hälfte ist ja schon geschafft.

Und da wir bei dem Thema Hälfte sind: Heute ist mein Regeneration One Volume 2 angekommen. Es wirkt ein wenig lieblos gemacht, im Vergleich zu Volume 1 und den ebenfalls heute bei mir angekommen Infiltration Tradepaperback.
Jemand hier, der mir sagen kann, ob das bei den neuen Tradepaperbacks normal ist, dass die mit so wenig Extras kommen?


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 14. Mai 2013, 10:31:43
Simon Furman hat auf seinem Blog das Script zum kommenden IDW Comic Transformers ReGeneration One Heft 91 veröffentlicht.

This is it. The beginning of the end. The pieces are all now in play and Transformers: Regeneration One #91 kicks off the climactic confrontation(s) that will, like dominos falling, culminate with the shocking, searing uber-battle that is issue #100. In the meantime, #91 goes on sale this week, Wednesday May 15th (officially anyway… it was released to digital buyers a week early… or on time… and we knuckle-dragging print ‘n’ paper folk are behind a week… I don’t know. Anyway…), and as usual I present my delve into the darker recesses of the brain that produced it (ie. mine) with the pure and simple aim to tantalise and torment. BUT, should you prefer to read #91 with wide, agog, clear-of-potential-spoilers eyes, then abort now. Okay, so the first chunk of “Destiny”, our third RG1 arc, kicks off a certain amount of aftermath from the shocking events of Scorponok’s dark reign, as you’d expect, and a certain amount of rumbles of the gathering storm that will rock Cybertron and the Cybertronians to their very core (and yes, I mean that quite literally). Just about everyone is now either on Cybertron or en route to Cybertron, with a wide and complex set of festering motives. There’s Bludgeon and his nomadic group of Decepticons, armed with a WarWorld and a whole heap of Matrix-powered clone war machines, coming back to even several raw and burning scores, and Galvatron (displaced from an alternate future), determined to have what he most desires, and was denied in his own timeline — total domination of Cybertron (and in his way a certain ‘Cybertron’s Greatest Warrior’). And meanwhile, Hot Rod (acting C-in-C on Cybertron in Optimus Prime’s absence) has concerns more close to home on his mind, and a restless populace about to let him know exactly what they feel about his current scheme to reunify them with their distant (and feral) ancestors. It’s an incendiary situation about to combust in spectacular fashion, especially as one key player (so far not on the board) ramps up his involvement. Phew… and if you think you know where all this is going, think again. We’re about to toss in a huge and entirely unexpected curve-ball mid-arc, which will throw a bunch more stuff into the cauldron that is RG1 (and shatter a fair few pairs of trousers in the process). News of that soon! In the meantime, RG1 #91 hits stores in a mere two days, and you can view the official IDW preview here. Trust me, we are at the top of a really big rollercoaster, and the plunge downhill starts now…

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Celice am 14. Mai 2013, 17:21:18
Immer diese Halbspoiler in den Blog Einträgen. Als ob der Comic nicht so schon spannend genug wäre, muss der Furman es mit seinen Andeutungen noch weiter steigern. Ich frag mich ob mit der Schlüsselfigur, die bis jetzt noch nicht aufem Board Optimus Prime oder der Überraschungscharakter dieses Heftes gemeint ist. Ich tendiere zum zweiteren, weil man ihn ja auch wenn ich mich nicht ganz täusche nicht in der Preview sieht und Furman eigentlich seine Einträge immer ein wenig danach richtet, was man aus der Preview weiß und was nicht. Lieber wäre mir ja dann doch Optimus Prime, weil er eben nicht aufem Weg nach Cybertron ist und der ein oder andere ihn eventuell für den Cybertron Teil abgeschrieben hat.
Bei dem unerwarteten Zwischenarc gehe ich davon aus, dass der bereits im Blog Eintrag zu Heft 83, angekündigte Circuit Smasher Arc gemeint ist. Das würde auch passen, weil wenn dieser Arc die nächsten Hefte passiert, wäre Optimus Prime storytechnisch auf der Erde fertig und könnte fürs große Finale nach Cybertron zurückkehren.
Bin ja echt gespannt, wie das jetzt wird, wenn Galvatron und Bludgeon Cybertron gleichzeitig angreifen und unser Überraschungsbösewicht, sich eventuell auch da anschließt.


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 14. Mai 2013, 18:11:16
Jetzt können wir euch die Vorschau Seiten zum IDW Comic Transformers Regeneration One Heft 91 zeigen.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 16. Mai 2013, 00:00:51
Wir haben hier ein Interview mit Simon Furman zum IDW Comic Transformers: Regeneration One Heft 91 gefunden.

PAGE 1: We’re on the world of Cresta Superior, with some beetle-like war machines in operation. What was your inspiration on the design of these machines? Did you have a specific look in mind or did you let artist Andrew Wildman design what he thought would work best?
SIMON FURMAN: A lot of the design of Bludgeon’s Blitz Engines comes (naturally enough) from Andrew. But of course I threw a bunch of ideas into the mix in the script too. My main requirement was that they in no way appeared humanoid. We went that route in Generation 2 (in which there’s a parallel story of Bludgeon and Matrix-infused clone troopers, one of a few G2 elements that are finding their way into the REGENERATION ONE mix… another big one of those says hi this very issue!), and I wanted these to be visually distinct and just generally big, threatening and armed to teeth.
They’re siege engines, tanks on legs basically. And Andrew took that and ran with it, creating these almost crab-like mechs that really look like they can just plough through anything (and anyone) in their way. They’re going to get a lot of action in #94-95, and to have even the slightest hope of combating them, the Autobots are going to have to wheel out a really BIG gun of their own.

PAGE 2: The machines are slaughtering the humanoid soldiers and breaking their way through into their base. Cresta Superior is a brand new world in TRANSFORMERS. Why create something new instead of using a previously established world for this scene?
SIMON FURMAN: One criticism I’ve seen leveled at RG1 is that we’re very focused down on just three worlds (Cybertron, Earth and Nebulos… and there’s a reason for that, trust me, which will become apparent in the final arc), so I took the opportunity to just remind readers that there are other worlds (and other mech species) out there (again, something that will form a big plot-point in the final arc), and lay in the idea that there are vast distances and gulfs of outer space that while maybe mapped aren’t well travelled or continually on the Cybertronian radar. Remember, a lot of RG1 (initially) was about Optimus Prime having (disastrously) taken his eye off the ball, allowed his sphere of awareness to focus too much on Cybertron (to the exclusion of all else). The business with Earth (and to an extent Nebulos) is going to turn out to be quite a micro-failing compared to what’s been happening out in the wider (macro-) universe.

PAGE 3: Bludgeon and Soundwave are talking, and we’re seeing that the machines are called Blitz Engines and are Bludgeon’s creations. Tell us about where Bludgeon is coming from in his point of view and how he sees the universe. And what he believes should happen to it.
SIMON FURMAN: Bludgeon’s a complex character. He has this whole martial arts style warrior code he adheres to (more or less) that skews his conventional motivations. Bludgeon is much more concerned with his wider legacy and how he’ll be regarded (by future generations) than the here and now. So while his current goal seems straightforward (return to Cybertron and the conquest of the same), it’s much more layered. Bludgeon believes in predestination, and that if that destiny is not forthcoming he must force the issue. He sees this life as merely stepping-stone to another (greater) destiny, and that makes him incredibly dangerous. Death holds no fear for him. Maybe even attracts him?

PAGE 4: Soundwave and Bludgeon are discussing their future plans, which would appear to involve Thunderwing. Even though Soundwave and Bludgeon are Decepticons and on the same side, are they really fighting for the same common cause or pursuing two very different agendas here?
SIMON FURMAN: There’s a certain amount of crossover in Bludgeon’s and Soundwave’s motivations/goals, but there’s also a whole side to what Bludgeon wants that Soundwave isn’t privy to. Soundwave is all about keeping Megatron’s banner raised over Cybertron, even post-mortem, whereas Bludgeon wants… well, that’d be telling.

PAGE 5: Looking at the aftermath of what Scorponok was doing in the previous issues. Is everything really back to normal on Cybertron? Can these guys just go back to the way things were before events of war took their toll on the population again?
SIMON FURMAN: I think that irrevocable damage has been done by Scorponok’s gene-engineering, but it’s not insurmountable. Part of the reason I wanted to do that particular arc was to show what a tenuous hold the Autobots have on the “heroic” side of their nature, that (actually) every day is a battle to hold onto the values and moral ideals they live by. (Grimlock, for example, walks that line a little more visibly.) They’re supremely powerful beings, appointed guardians/custodians of the entire universe. How could that degree of power, responsibility and status not go to your head? So every day is a struggle to keep on the side of right and virtue, and thanks to Scorponok that struggle is a little tougher, a little more evident.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 16. Mai 2013, 18:33:38
Wir haben hier das Cover zum IDW Comic Transformers Regeneration One Heft 94 für euch gefunden.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Celice am 16. Mai 2013, 21:00:09
Sieht gut aus!
Wie immer ein schöner Teaser. Das Vorkommen von Omega Supreme ist auch wieder eine Überraschung, aber daran ist Regeneration One ja nicht grade arm. Frag mich nur, wie viel Platz Omega Supreme in der Story einnehmen wird. Theoretisch geht ja nicht viel, weil sich die Transformer sonst demnächst nicht mehr um Cybertron prügeln, sondern um Screenzeit in den verbleibenden Heften. Viele sind es ja nicht mehr. Eine Möglichkeit wäre ja natürlich, dass Herr Furman sich entscheidet, jeden der übrigen Antagonisten Spotlightmässig Heft für Heft abzuarbeiten, aber das bezweifle ich sehr stark.


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 03. Juni 2013, 19:07:54
Auf dem 2D Comics Festival letzte Woche hat Simon Furman ein weiteres Heft zum IDW Comic Transformers: Regeneration One angekündigt. Heft 0 soll es sein. Was hinter dem exklusiven erscheinen dieses Heftes steht wissen wir leider noch nicht. Wir können euch sagen, das es 5 Seiten haben soll und das die Arts von Geoff Senior benutzt werden. Wir halten euch weiter auf dem Laufenden.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 08. Juni 2013, 15:36:15
Hier haben wir die Vorschau zum kommenden IDW Comic Transformers ReGeneration One Heft 92 für euch.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 09. Juni 2013, 23:36:43
Simon Furman hat auf seinem Blog ein Script (W)Rap zum IDW Comic Transformers ReGeneration One Heft 92 veröffentlicht.

Transformers: Regeneration One #92 hits the stands next week (Wednesday June 12th), and with it we take another inexorable step towards the end (#100). Part 2 of Destiny seeds one of the biggest parts of that pending cataclysm, though by issue’s end it’ll be unclear why (or even what part of the issue I’m referring to) that should be . Anyway, before I draw back the curtain on the stage directions and creative decisions that formulated the issue, as is my habit, those who wish to remain wholly on the audience side of the proscenium arch, should withdraw now (though, as always, I aim to tease and not spoil). Right, so… for those who have clamoured for more of a self-contained feel to the instalments of Regeneration One, hopefully this one should fit the bill. Though various events and characters continue to inch to the forefront of RG1, this issue focuses down on four Autobots — Blaster, Silverbolt, Huffer and Inferno — who fared particularly badly from their infusion of Nucleon, the (not-so) wonder fuel. Inadvertently, ostensibly while in convalescence mode, they stumble upon part of what’s going on to soften Cybertron up ahead of the arrival of Bludgeon and his WarWorld, and in doing so, become marked ‘bots; targets for the all-new, all-deadly Mayhem Attack Squad. I know a lot of you have been particularly keen to see Blaster back in action in RG1, and if I mention that the Decepticon behind this precursor to invasion is Soundwave, perhaps you’ll get an idea where all this headed. So, that’s all I’m prepared to say on this issue. In some ways it’s a kind of interlude story, a slight side-step from the BIG players and storylines of Destiny (and RG1 as a whole). But, as I’m keen to stress, everything is essential in RG1. Everything is building towards issue #100. The official IDW Preview of the issue is now up here. Enjoy!

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Celice am 11. Juni 2013, 15:55:54
Die Vorschau gefällt mir.
Wird wohl wieder stärker um Optimus Prime gehen. Bin gespannt, wie genau sein Plan für die Erde und Nebulos aussieht. Allgemein frag ich mich, wie die Story auf der Erde weitergehen wird und wie Optimus Prime im großen und ganzen noch mitmischen wird. Die Gesichte soll ja noch bis Heft 100 weitergehen. Und wenn Optimus Prime bis Heft 100 auf der Erde ist und vllt erst auf den letzten Seiten, wenn überhaupt, auf Cybertron, wird seine Rolle wohl kleiner ausfallen. Würde auch mit Hot Rods Geschichte als neuer Anführer passen. Und wie es aussieht, sehen wir einige alte Bekannte wieder und Blaster, Held diverser Nummern zwischen 1 und 80, wird wohl wieder was Action zu sehen kriegen. Bin gespannt, ob Jihaxus sich in diesem Heft wieder blicken lässt. Weil sein Plan ist für mich im Moment am interessantesten. Ich hoffe er ist nicht zu sehr eine Kopie vom G2 Jihaxus, auch wenn das irgendwo passen würde, weil G2 ja auch eine Fortsetzung nach Heft 80 war.
Mittwoch weiß ich mehr.


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 13. Juni 2013, 20:03:50
Heute könnenw ir euch das Cover zum IDW Comic ReGeneration One Heft 0 zeigen. Und dazu hat Simon Furman auf seinem Blog einen Spoiler veröffentlicht.

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We have (a lot) more to learn about exactly why Spike is so ticked off at the Autobots, what that deep-seated vein of hatred is all about. I’ll just say for now that you REALLY need to check out issue #0 (in fact, #0 should tick another couple of your wish-list boxes too) and suggest that sometimes when a character is directing rage it’s often to cover for something else, something that’s harder to acknowledge. Like guilt maybe.
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#0 will slot in between #94 and #95. Stuff that would only, otherwise, have been seen in kind of abridged/flashback form in the final arc now has real room to breathe. Trust me, it’s essentially stuff. So while we are going to kind of leave you hanging at the end of #94 for an extra month, what happens in #0 is going to blow your minds!



Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 08. Juli 2013, 14:44:08
Heute können wir euch eine kleine Vorschau zum kommenden IDW Comic Transformers Regeneration One Heft 93 zeigen.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 12. Juli 2013, 18:46:35
Hier haben wir die Vorschau zum IDW Comic Transformers: ReGeneration One Heft 93.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 15. Juli 2013, 10:49:56
Simon Furman hat auf seinem Blog das Script zum IDW Comic Transformers: ReGeneration One Heft 93 veröffentlicht.

While not exactly all change, change is in the air as Transformers: Regeneration One #93 hits the stands (Wednesday July 17th to be exact). And I’m not just talking about the change of artist! But, before I delve into another post-script ramble/tease, as is my wont, it’s time to welcome aboard (pencil) artist Guido Guidi. Of course, Guido’s no stranger to either Transformers or Regeneration One (having worked extensively for both Dreamwave and IDW on their TF titles and supplied the variant ‘B’ covers for RG1), but it’s some consolation for the loss of Andrew (no, he’s not dead, just busy — in a kind of flat out, full time way — on an upcoming kids’ animated TV show) that we gain Guido’s amazing and detailed pencils. Guido really hits the ground running with #93, affecting a seamless transition (aided and abetted by the inks of Stephen Baskerville and the colours of John-Paul Bove). Trust me, this and the next few issues are gonna knock your socks off and shatter trousers in trans-continental style. And Andrew’s with us for the duration in one form or another, continuing as ‘A’ cover artist and returning for #100 to see us out in fitting style. Right, onwards with the issue itself. As usual, spoiler alert, first. My intention is always more to tease than reveal, but if you’d rather delve in stone cold, cease reading now. Okay, so, #93, phew, what a packed issue. With both Galvatron and Bludgeon on the last legs of their respective journeys to Cybertron, with starkly different agendas (which we delve more into here), matters build to a pre-invasion head. For a start, there’s a rather disgruntled Starscream, the not-as-helpless-as-he-appears fellow traveller aboard the Ark. Voice back – check. Attitude back – check. Need for payback back – check. Galvatron is in for a rude awakening! And then there’s Bludgeon. Having allied himself with Soundwave, you’d think it was a simple matter of conquest on his mind. Not so. There’s a far darker agenda simmering behind that skull face. One that we peel back and reveal this issue. It’s a shocker and a portend of things to come. Plus, Wreckers action, Dinobot action and Primus action. Yep, Primus! But… he’s gone, isn’t he? Deceased? An ex-god? Well… Remember I mentioned that change was in the air. It’s coming for Hot Rod… in a big way… and it begins right here. All i can say is… hoo boy!

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 02. August 2013, 10:20:18
Heute können wir euch das exklusiv Cover zum Transformers IDW Comic Regeneration 1 Heft 0 zeigen. Es ist das "Giant Robot Comics Exclusive Cover". Es ist das Decepticon Cover mit Megatron, Starscream, Soundwave, Rumble, Ravage, Skywarp und Thundercracker.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 14. August 2013, 11:50:28
Wir haben hier die kleine Vorschau von iBooks zum IDW Comic Transformers Regeneration 1 Heft 94.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 24. August 2013, 13:19:05
Jetzt haben wir die Vorschau zum IDW Comic Transformers Regeneration One Heft 94 für euch.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 27. August 2013, 13:34:20
Simon Furman hat auf seinem Blog, das Script (W)rap zum Transformers: Regeneration One Heft 94 veröffentlicht.

I know it’s a cliche to call an issue pivotal, but that’s what Transformers Regeneration One #94 (out this Wednesday, August 28) is. A whole lot of stuff has been building, pressure cooker-style, to this point, and a whole lot more stuff (including the jaw-dropping issue #0) spins out of these 22-packed-pages. But – before I press on with this habitual discourse on the creative ins and outs of #94 – the usual warning: there be spoilers in what follows, though as always the aim is tantalise and tease rather than reveal huge plot points, so consider yourself warned. Right, so, here it is — the biggest most anticipated rematch in the whole of the core/original Transformers saga… Ultra Magnus versus Galvatron… that never happened before. Well, okay, it has if you’re Galvatron. Because, as we know, he’s from the alternative timeline established in issue #67′s Rhythms of Darkness, and he has fought UM before (the outcome of which you’ll get a flavour of in #0). But if you’re Ultra Magnus, this is the first time of asking and you’re very much in the dark. Are we sidestepping the UK clash between these two titans in the epochal Target: 2006? Yes we are. And no we’re not. I know, confusing right? Well let’s just say that anyone who’s conversant with that particular clash will see echoes of it here. ripples in what we now know to be a multifaceted prism of TF universes. But if you’re expecting a re-run of that clash, think again. Everything old is new again, right? That’s kind of RG1′s mantra. And the UM/Galvatron clash takes some very unexpected twists and turns. Are we content with just that? Heck no. There’s also an all-out assault on Cybertron by Bludgeon’s War World and Blitz Engines, a long-standing grudge match that edges closer to a denouement, and the beginning of a journey for Hot Rod that will have far reaching consequences, both for him and the future of the RG1-verse. Phew. Hope you enjoy this one, I certainly had great fun writing it. And Guido really knocks this one out of park! As usual, I welcome your comments/opinions in this thread.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 04. September 2013, 22:15:35
Jetzt haben wir die kleine Vorschau vom IDW Comic Transformers Regeneration One Heft 0 für euch.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 13. September 2013, 19:46:32
Hier ist die große Vorschau zum IDW Comic Transformers Regeneration One Heft 0.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 16. September 2013, 10:36:24
Simon Furman hat auf seinem Blog das IDW Comic Transformers ReGeneration One Heft 0 Script (W)Rap veröffentlicht.

This week (Wednesday 18th September) sees the much anticipated release of Transformers: Regeneration One #0, the kind of extra (and extra-special) issue we’re squeezing in between issue #94 & #95. Just how ‘much anticipated’ has surprised even us, despite the stellar line up of artistic talent involved, and the first printing has sold out in terms of its Diamond Distributors orders well ahead of its release. But don’t worry. Supply just equals demand, that’s all. And… there’ll be a second printing hot on its heels — with another variant cover by Casey Coller!! As is usual, even though this is a far from usual issue, my script (w)rap — a kind of writerly digression into everything that went into the planning and execution of the issue — follows, and (also as usual) inevitably contains some spoilers (though these tend more towards teases than out and out spoilers), so be warned. Okay, so, what’s with this extra issue, and why? Here we are on the cusp of the final story arc and suddenly we’re knee deep in a whole adventure in the time stream. Was this planned? Well, yes and no. Originally, much of what you’ll see in #0 would have been covered in some kind of recap fashion during the ongoing narrative. Hot Rod would still have been sent into Zero Space by Primus and emerged… well, that’s a might too spoilery… he’d have emerged anyway. But we wouldn’t have had the chance to really explore the four storylines (past, present & future… or rather, alternate future) that are going to come to bear on RG1 as a whole. Originally, #0 was pitched as an Annual and a chance to bring some more classic Transformers artists back into the spotlight. But it kind of morphed into #0 instead, and now has a very defined spot and role in the continuity. The intent, though, remains the same, and we’ve got Geoff Senior (doing his first interior strip work for I don’t know how long), Jeff Anderson, US TF mainstay Jose Delbo and (representing the newer wave of TF artists) Nick Roche and Casey Coller each providing simply gobsmacking pages, in a variety of styles, for the various segments. Stephen Baskerville provides inks (where and when necessary) and John-Paul Bove is on colour duty throughout (weaving different styles to fit the story and artist involved). Most of all, #0 gave me a chance to delve back into the rich history of the original Transformers comic (US and UK as it turned out) and bring yet more strands and loose ends into the seething mix of RG1. Everything now is thundering towards our final arc, The War to End All Wars, and everything in #0 is some facet or portend of where we’re going and what will happen next. Dare I say it… #0 is about as essential as it gets, and a whole of (retro-) fun in the process. Can’t wait to see what people think. You can check out the official IDW preview here and comment on the issue in this very thread.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 03. Oktober 2013, 10:46:59
Bei Amazon kann man jetzt das 3. Band von Transformers: Regeneration One vorbestellen. In diesem sind Heft 91 bis 95, inklusive Heft 0. Erscheinen soll es im Januar 2014.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 09. Oktober 2013, 12:05:34
Hier ist die kleine Vorschau auf das IDW Comic Transformers ReGeneration One Heft 95.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 19. Oktober 2013, 09:47:53
Hier haben wir die Vorschau auf das IDW Comic Transformers: ReGeneration One Heft 95.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 21. Oktober 2013, 10:54:16
Simon Furman hat das Script zum IDW Comic Transformers: ReGeneration One Heft 95 auf seinem Blog veröffentlicht.

And here we are, after the short but essential detour that was issue #0 (just how essential you’ll see once we hit our final chunk of RG1), at the wall-to-wall drama and destruction finale to the third arc, “Destiny”. Hang onto your hats as Transformers: Regeneration One #95 hits the stands this coming Wednesday (October 23rd). This one has a truly cinematic summer blockbuster feel, with relentless action on all fronts. As usual, ahead of publication, here’s my scribely musings on wrapping up the penultimate RG1 arc. But be warned, there are inevitably some small spoilers, so if you’d rather go in cold, cease and desist now. Otherwise, here we go… So, where we left things several intriguing clashes were in the offing: Omega Supreme vs Monstructor, Blaster vs Soundwave, the Wreckers en route to Bludgeon’s WarWorld, Ultra Magnus battered but triumphant after his battle with Galvatron (and now pitched into the all-out rearguard action against Bludgeon’s nigh-on unstoppable Blitz Engines), Grimlock and the Dinobots surrounded by the feral Primordials at the heart of Cybertron (in the mysterious Primus Chamber). Can the Wreckers cut the supply of Matrix energy (courtesy of the remains of Thunderwing) to Bludgeon’s Blitz Engines? Not if Bludgeon himself has any say in the matter, which he certainly does. Our master of Metallikato shows exactly why he’s one of the most feared and deadly Cybertron warriors, as he takes on all the Wreckers… at once! And grudge matches abound, as Blaster squares up to his fellow ‘sonic’ warrior Soundwave. Blaster wants payback after Soundwave tried to have him silenced (permanently) in issue #92, but don’t expect Soundwave to just roll over. (Trust me, this one rocks!) And what about the freshly-minted Rodimus Prime… where does he fit into all this? And as always, as some storylines reach their conclusion others are just gathering pace, ready for the total meltdown that is our final arc, The War to End All Wars. If you think things are looking bad for our beleaguered robots in disguise this issue, wait’ll see what’s just around the corner. It’s bad, y’know. The full IDW preview of the issue is up here if you just can’t wait until Wednesday. What am I talking about? I can’t even wait!

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 16. November 2013, 16:07:48
Heute haben wir die kleine Vorschau zum IDW Comic Transformers Regeneration 1 Heft 96 für euch.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 26. November 2013, 10:09:40
Hier ist die Vorschau vom IDW Comic Transformers: Regeneration One Heft 96.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 11. Dezember 2013, 17:34:17
Hier ist die kleine Vorschau auf das IDW Comic Transformers Regeneration One Heft 97.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 17. Dezember 2013, 10:57:36
Hier ist die Vorschau zum IDW Comic Transformers Regeneration One Heft 97.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 04. Januar 2014, 13:23:37
Andrew Wildman wird zum Finale der IDW Comic ReGeneration One Reihe wieder mit dabei sein. Das Heft 100 wird wieder mit ihm zusammen gemacht. Er selbst sagt dazu: I have begun work on the final issue of Transformers Regeneration One. I won’t be pencilling the whole book but it really is a privilege to be asked to come back in for the curtain call. 2014 is a BIG year for Transformers what with it being the 30th Anniversary so watch out for the team at a convention near you.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 16. Januar 2014, 15:02:49
Hier haben wir die kleine Vorschau zum IDW Comic Transformers: ReGeneration One #98.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 24. Januar 2014, 10:09:13
Jetzt können wir euch das Cover zum IDW Comic Transformers: Regeneration One Heft 100 zeigen. Das selbe Cover bekommt auch das G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero Heft 200. Gemacht wurde es von Robert Atkins

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 27. Januar 2014, 19:00:09
Simon Furman und Stephen Baskerville haben zum IDW Comic Transformers: ReGeneration One Heft 98 das Script (W)Rap und einen Teaser veröffentlicht.

Stephen Baskerville wrote:
This Wednesday sees the release of TRANSFORMERS REGENERATION ONE #98 as the clock ticks ever closer to the climax of the series at #100. Word-sculpted by SIMON FURMAN, Pencil-caressed by GUIDO GUIDI, Colour-conjured by J-P BOVE and Ink-dribbled by Yours Truly, in this issue RODIMUS PRIME and his Autobot army take the battle to JHIAXUS’ stronghold! If you like all-out intergalactic warfare on a grand scale this one is for you. (If you’re more into cupcakes and pink princesses you may be disappointed-- though I for one would like to see a KUP*-cake!)
This month’s black and white teaser image may seem an odd choice, given all the pics of carnage and mayhem I could’ve chosen. But when you finally see what Rodimus is saying in the lettered version, I think you’ll agree this is quite a pivotal moment. In the meantime, as an impromptu competition, feel free to come up with your own ideas for his speech balloon. Bad jokes especially welcomed. The only prize will be your eternal shame!
(*To those not up on this whole Transformers thing, KUP is one of the goody robots, hence my Cupcake/KUP-cake pun. Sigh. Never try explaining jokes.)

Simon Furman wrote:
Here we are, at whatever the one before the penultimate issue is called, the last but two chapter of the original and founding Transformers saga. In other, less convoluted, words, here’s Transformers: Regeneration One #98 (of 100), which hits comic stores this coming Wednesday (January 29th). And boy, does this one kick some serious assets. We’ve been kind of teasing the threat posed by/true power of (former Cybertronian senator) Jhiaxus for a while now, but this issue should leave no one in any doubt about his lofty niche in the pantheon of Transformers villainy. But, before you read on, be warned, my authorly digressions do have a hint of spoiler about them, so if you’d rather have your issue served up unsullied by loose-lipped internet blather, cease reading now. Okay, so, where’d we leave things. Oh yeah, Rodimus Prime just got smacked around by Jhiaxus and he’s not taking it lying down. In fact, he’s mobilizing the whole dad-blasted Cybertronian fleet and going in all guns blazing. Not your average, agonize-about-it-for-a-decade Prime this one. Oh no. If this were toy branding, it’d be Affirmative Action Rodimus Prime emblazoned on the packaging. But is such all-guns-blazing action against a largely unquantified foe a wise move? Maybe not. Anyway, once the action kicks off it never stops, with the kind of full on epic battle the like of which this comic has never seen. “Could there possibly be room for anything else,” I hear you wonder. Well of course. There’s also the return to, um, unrestrained action for not one but TWO uber-fan favourites. Both of which you’ve been crying out for. But one of these is kind of good news, and one is very bad. Especially for poor Optimus Prime. Plus (oh yeah, it keeps on coming), the mystery of Galvatron and those Acolytes of Unicron takes another unexpected twist. Alrightyyy! No full IDW preview yet, but as soon as one surfaces I’ll update and link to it here.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 28. Januar 2014, 09:22:18
Hier haben wir die Vorschau zum IDW Comic Transformers Regeneration 1 Heft 98.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 05. Februar 2014, 10:21:07
Hier haben wir die kleine Vorschau zum IDW Comic Transformers Regeneration One Heft 99.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 14. Februar 2014, 20:40:47
Hier haben wir ein Interview mit Simon Furman zum Ende von ReGeneration One.

This March, writer Simon Furman closes out his legendary "Transformers" run for a second time with "Transformers: Regeneration One" #100 from IDW Publishing featuring art by Guido Guidi. "Regeneration One," based on the classic Hasbro toys, is the continuation of Marvel Comics' original "Transformers" series which Furman concluded for the first time with issue #80 -- all the way back in 1991. IDW resurrected that series and its continuity with "Regeneration One" #81 in 2012, recruiting Furman to properly close out his "Transformers" saga with a final 20-issue maxi-series.

Furman recently discussed ending his legendary run with CBR News, revealing how #100 caps off the run that began in the '80s, why he turned Rodimus Prime into the "guts n' grit" Prime he always wanted, which infamous inside joke is making it to the final cover and much more.

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So what exactly is going down in "Regeneration One" #100?

Perhaps not what people are thinking. We've been building to this big confrontation with Jhiaxus (a former Cybertronian senator from before the Great War who stole a bunch of secrets and deleted himself from Cybertronian history), but that is not the end. There's this other 'big bad' that's been staring us in the face and is a lot closer to home (in Cybertronian terms). It's one of those classic, 'even if they win... they lose' scenarios, as what they're fighting is essentially one of their own (in the most fundamental way possible) and the stakes are so much higher, the picture so much bigger than anyone (characters or readers) could have imagined.

Can we expect any familiar faces to reappear during the finale?

One or two, yeah, but largely we're not pulling any 'out of left field' stuff in terms of the characters featured. But there's a few surprises and one or two (haven't seen 'em for a while) cameos. Andrew [Wildman]'s cover to #100 kind of blows one of our big 'this series is a 100-issues old' twists, but there's yet more twists and turns.

[...]

Could we see spinoffs or miniseries set in this continuity down the line or are you putting a definitive end to all of it?

It's a definitive end. Sort of. Y'know, it's splitting hairs but how definitive does it have to be to be classed as definitive? This is "Transformers." Which never ends. But it is an end. Until anyone with the power to make it happen says different.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 17. Februar 2014, 19:52:27
Simon Furman hat auf seinem Blog das Scriptzum IDW Comic Transformers: ReGeneration One Heft 99 veröffentlicht.

UPDATE – Hi all, I’ve been advised that this ship date (which I’m pretty sure I saw reported as the 19th earlier) has slipped to the 26th of Feb. So you got your Script (W)rap a week early!

“And so, the end is near.” Uh-huh… the honest-to-gosh, accept no substitutes penultimate issue of Transformers: Regeneration One is upon us. This week (Wednesday 19th February) sees the release of Transformers: Regeneration One #99, and what is truly the beginning of the end. We’re almost at the last hurdle, the reveal of the true force behind… well, a ton of stuff, both in Regeneration One and a clutch of the 80 issues that preceded it. But first, there’s a pretty monumental obstacle to overcome in the shape of Senator Jhiaxus and his new Cybertronian Empire. At this point, if you want to avoid even the very vanilla spoilers herein, cease and desist reading immediately. Otherwise, prepare for a truly desperate last tilt against impossible odds, as Rodimus Prime (surrender or no surrender) looks to scupper Jhiaxus’s plans for universal conformity and order. Elements in the mix that could just give him the means and opportunity for such a counter-offensive (elements Rodimus is not even aware of himself as we join the action) are a somewhat clandestine rearguard action set in motion by Kup (last issue) and the enduring/looming presence of Underbase, the collective pool of Cybertronian knowledge and experience that appears to have transcended its apparent destruction/death (in issue #50). What (or who) exactly lives on in the very heart of Starscream? And what can even it do against a foe that is legion? Also, because even all that is never enough, we learn more about the fate of Spike Witwicky (and the phenomena known as Zero Space), the Primordials reach an… evolution(?)… and the surviving humans bring out the big guns. And the true enemy is revealed. PHEW! And just for good measure, CRIKEY! Even I can’t bear to watch… (Look out for a full preview of the issue soon… I’ll update as and when that’s live and viewable).



Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 25. Februar 2014, 10:25:50
Hier haben wir die Vorschau zum IDW Comic Transformers: ReGeneration One Heft 99.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 04. März 2014, 19:10:06
Wir haben hier ein Interview mit Simon Furman, indem er über das IDW Comic ReGeneration One #100 spricht.

Spencer Ellsworth: ReGeneration One has been a dream project for quite a few years–twenty-three, yes?

Simon Furman: It’s the original series, the one that really started everything. Before Marvel (and in particular Jim Shooter, who wrote the original treatment, and Bob Budiansky, who developed it and put meat on the bones) got ahold of it, it was mostly just a bunch of (largely nameless) toys imported from Japan. They crafted the backstory of Cybertron and the civil war that has underpinned everything since. So there was a great weight of expectation on finishing it well, which I never thought we did at the time. When we learned the book was being cancelled (back in 1991), we had just two issues to bring it to a conclusion of sorts, and that meant a lot of the stuff we’d set in motion just never got addressed, or we kind of cheated/rushed it. We’d only just killed off Optimus Prime, and now — suddenly — we had to get him back. We tied a neat looking bow on it, but it wasn’t the conclusion it deserved. So it’s wonderful to be able to finally finish it with due pomp and circumstance. It’s not exactly how we’d have done it back then, but it feels suitably epic. All loose ends tied up.

SE: How do you feel about ending it after all this time?

SF: Mixed emotions. Both Andrew (Wildman) and I were only interested in doing this if it was to bring it to conclusion. So it feels like job done. Finally. But it’s quite sad too, because you get invested in it and the characters all over again. You start seeing new angles and new story possibilities and you have to resist, because everything is supposed to be building to a wrap-up. You can’t risk opening any new doors. But mostly I feel satisfied that we’ve done the book proud and can be proud ourselves of what (even as purely Regeneration One) has become a substantial body of work. We originally envisioned a 5 or 6-issue limited series. So to get 20, plus an 80.5, an issue #0 and a giant-sized final issue is just incredible. We really can’t complain.

SE: Tell us a little of what we can expect in issue #100.

SF: A lot of connectivity. Issue #100 will – l hope – feel like the capstone to a 100-issue series, rather than just Regeneration One. The thing that’s been building, that comes to a head this issue, has its roots in the original series as much Regeneration One. So I hope readers feel the full impact of the ‘bigger picture’, the thing that’s been tick-ticking away in the background like a timebomb and now explodes. Certainly, as we join the story, the situation is already beyond dire. As one character puts it, “maybe we already lost this one.” And honestly, maybe they have. But there’s a still bigger picture that needs saving, even if it means a truly terrifying scale of sacrifice. Certainly there’s no halfhearted cop-outs here, no magical quick fixes. But there’s still a heck of a lot to strive for and some massive obstacles to overcome before they get there. It’s backs to the wall time, against an enemy that in many ways is homegrown, a part of themselves.

SE: How much of the original plot line that you had in 1991 has ended up in ReGen One? Is this more or less what we would have gotten if Marvel realized what a good thing it had?

SF: One thing I wanted to bring to Regeneration One that probably (even certainly) wouldn’t have been there back in the day was a sense of embracing everything Transformers that has come since 1991, between G1 and RG1. Transformers has expanded exponentially, and as well as tipping my hat to Generation 2 and the UK Transformers stories, I wanted the sense of this Transformers Multiverse (including every single iteration of Transformers you can name… from the various cartoon shows & toy lines (western and Japanese) to the IDW-verse to the movies and on and on) be an important part of RG1. That everything is connected. There’s a lot of extra play on the whole “Till All Are One” idea that wouldn’t have been there if this was a direct (at the time) continuation.

SE: I know that you adapted some of your aborted 1991 plots into the 1994 series Transformers: Generation 2, and you have now had a chance to “adapt it back” into its original form. Tell us a bit about that process.

SF: Strangely, Generation 2, while it picked up a few bits and pieces from the original series, became very much its own entity, and by sidestepping it I could pick and choose what I wanted from it without compromising what (if the original comic had continued) I wanted that to be. But with the intervening years everything has evolved, including the way I write and the way modern comics are. What we didn’t want is for RG1 to look and feel old-fashioned/outmoded, so — while we adopted some of the look and feel — we went for something modern audiences wouldn’t balk at. It had to have its own integrity. Sure, there are lots of call outs to what went before, but RG1 starts with a pretty level playing field, in the vernacular “a jumping on point”, so you can treat it as a continuation or a 20-something limited series in its own right.

SE: What kind of nice superlatives do you have for Guido Guidi’s recent work on the title?

SF: Oh, plenty. I mean I love Guido’s work anyway. Have worked with him many times before. But I admit to being a little worried when Andrew had to drop out and Guido stepped in. We had a look and feel to the book that was working for me on all levels – new and yet old at the same time. We’d hit that nice balance of familiar (Wildman/Baskerville) and fresh (JP’s colors). And I worried that Guido was a modern era Transformers artist, and that RG1 would end up looking like all the other IDW-verse titles. But Guido, who’d been doing these nice retro covers anyway, came in and kind of channeled his inner Wildman, and just blended his style in seamlessly with what had come before (aided, naturally, by having Baskerville inking him).

But Guido has been an utter trooper. No matter what I throw at him, no matter how big, sweeping or epic or small and focused, he gives it the same 100 per cent. And then you notice some small detail and see how much he’s thinking about the stuff. In #100, I blithely ask for all the characters to transform to vehicle mode and “roll out”, forgetting that Blaster is with them and he’s a boom box. So I look close and there it is, in a packed panel anyway, Blaster transforming and a car door opening, and him slotting inside. Wow… just wow. I wish I could bottle and sell him.

SE: How many Furman-style gory deaths can we expect to see in ReGen #100?

SF: Not as many as you might think. I’ve tried to not over-indulge myself and maybe confound expectations a little. It’s not a #75 in terms of the bodycount. At least not during the main action of the issue!!

SE: Please tell me you’ll kill Wheelie.

SF: See above. Just too predictable. And it would have meant a whole introduction of the character. I think I exorcised my Wheelie demon in the Spotlight I did with Klaus.

SE: You’ve also been involved in numerous other iterations of the Transformers, particularly the “ultimate TFs” IDW continuity. How have you liked the work James Roberts and John Barber are doing these days?

SF: James and John are doing great work. I feel, finally, that the IDW-verse is in safe hands.

SE: Following on that, there are a lot of rising creators–Kieron Gillen, James Roberts, Nick Roche–who were raised on your Marvel run and are avowed fans. Do you have a favorite “child” whose work you particularly admire?

SF: Hah. They’re all great. I don’t play favorites. What’s nice is Kieron, Nick and James are all great guys, on a personal level. I count them all as friends.

SE: Death’s Head, the time-traveling bounty hunter, is popping up in the Marvel books these days. Any chance you’ll be writing him again?

SF: In a second, yes?

SE: Now that you’ve done ReGen One, are there any dream Transformers projects remaining?

SF: I’m always up for more Transformers. But right now my mind hasn’t even vaguely gone to a what’s next scenario. I’m flat out busy on Matt Hatter Chronicles, How to Train Your Dragon, Marvel Fact-Files, a movie project, a creator-owned thing with Geoff Senior (that’ll probably go live via Kickstarter later this year), another with Andrew Wildman (in the TV animation realm), and even a potential stage show. Phew. Right now it’s my workload that never ends.

SE: Finally, when can we expect ReGeneration 2? It never ends, Simon!

SF: Hey, never say never, that’s my motto.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 10. März 2014, 17:20:27
Hier ist die kleine Vorschau zum IDW Comic Transformers Regeneration One #100.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 11. März 2014, 11:28:05
Jetzt wird das erste Comic Heft zu Transformers G1 noch einmal geben. Es wird in einer Auflage kommen,d ie nur einen Dollar kostet. Wir haben hier die Vorschau für euch.

Transformers #1 (1984) Hundred Penny Press Edition
Bill Mantlo & Ralph Macchio (w) • Frank Springer (a) • Bill Sienkiewicz (c)
See how the epic began, for only a buck! Celebrate issue 100 of TRANSFORMERS: REGENERATION ONE with the story that started it all! AUTOBOTS wage their battle to destroy the evil forces of the DECEPTICONS—and their war spills onto Earth!
FC • 32 pages • $1.00

Bullet points:
- Featuring the first appearance of OPTIMUS PRIME, MEGATRON, and many, many more beloved characters!
- Afterword by TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE writer John Barber!

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 18. März 2014, 08:38:08
Hier haben wir die Vorschau zum IDW Comic Transformers: ReGeneration One Heft 100.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 18. März 2014, 17:42:23
Simon Furman hat auf seinem Blog das IDW Transformers: Regeneration One #100 Script (W)Raps veröffentlicht.

Simon Furman wrote:It’s the end of an era. After 30 years and 100 (or so) somewhat interrupted issues, the founding/grounding Transformers saga reaches its epic conclusion. RG1 #100 (#100 in a four-issue limited series!) hits the stands this Wednesday (March 19th), and one way or another it is, definitively, the end. Storylines years in the making are wrapped up as the full extent of the threat to Cybertron (or is that Cybertrons?) is revealed. Of course, I’m not going to spoil anything here. Just to say that this is a conclusion not just to Regeneration One, but to the whole 100 (or so) issue saga. Seeds of this were sown waaay back, and while the substance of the overall threat has become more all-encompassing in the intervening years (between when the original series finished back in 1991 and RG1 starting up), the basic premise is what I was always pushing towards. Hopefully, it all ties together pretty nicely. But I’ll leave that for you, the reader, to judge. What I can reveal is that as well as three titanic Transformers artists (Andrew Wildman, Geoff Senior and Guido Guidi) combining their talents for #100, there’s a host of bonus material, including afterwords, bonus art, and a special prose story that deals with another layer of the conclusion we simply didn’t have room for in the main story (and come with a nifty illustration by JP). It’s a no ads, cover to cover, giant-sized fest of RG1 goodness. Don’t miss it. BTW, if you’re in or around London on March 29th, come to Orbital Comics and get your copy signed by (virtually) the whole team — myself, Andrew, Geoff, JP, Stephen and Jason.

Und Stephen Baskerville schreibt dazu:

Stephen Baskerville wrote:TRANSFORMERS REGENERATION ONE #100 OUT THIS WEEK!
And now the end is here, and so we face the final hurtin’.
Yup. It had to be. The final ever TRANSFORMERS G1 story is here, as a saga that took over 25 years to tell concludes this issue.
We’ve all had such a great time reviving the classic Marvel title for IDW, and I think the hardcore fans will not be disappointed with the climax to this series. We have the TF dream team all in one comic -- SIMON FURMAN, ANDREW WILDMAN, GUIDO GUIDO, GEOFF SENIOR, JOHN-PAUL BOVE, CHRIS MOWRY, JOHN BARBER, CHRIS RYALL, JASON CARDY, JOSH BURCHAM... oh, and that no-goof fink STEPHEN BASKERVILLE! An extended-length story is rounded out with lots of fun extras you won’t want to miss. We’ve really pulled out all the stops to make this a special one, as a big thank-you to the many thousands of fans whose online campaign made this revival happen. And this one final time, instead of my usual sneak peek at some of the interior art, I’m posting this black and white version of my contribution to the added extras.

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Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 19. März 2014, 18:16:47
Jetzt hat auch Andrew Wildman auf seiner Facebook Seite ein Wort zum IDW Comic Transformers: Regeneration One Heft 100 geschrieben:

RIP G1.
It finally ends. 30 years in the making. The conclusion to one of the greatest epics in popular culture reaches its end with The Transformers ReGeneration One issue 100 (in a four issue limited series)
I would have loved to have drawn the whole series but had to step away for a while. Great to have Guido Guidi step up to the plate for the rest of the series and great to have Guido, Geoff Senior and myself team up to pencil the final issue. Many thanks for Simon Furman's words, Stephen Baskerville's inks, John-Paul Bove's colours, Jason Cardy's cover colours, John Barber's patience and to all the fans for making this project happen in the first place and for coming along for this amazing journey.
And as a little treat, here is me pencilling my final page. Yes, I really am that fast.

Dazu hat er ein Video von sich selbst online gestellt, indem man sehen kann, wie er an seinem Arbeitsplatz zeichnet.



Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Murasame am 20. März 2014, 21:28:42
Gerade Ausgabe 100 gelesen. Am Anfang fand ich die Stories etwas langweilig und vor allem kein Plan was da vorher alles passierte. Kannste ja nur die paar komisch gefärbten Comics die man hier in Deutschland damals bekam. Aber das Ende gefiel mir richtig gut. Als Optimus starb hatte ich sogar fast eine Träne im Auge, aber es fühlte sich irgendwie gut an das Ende. Und war das im letzten Panel Botanica? Erinnerte mich irgendwie an Beast Wars. Die letzten Texte von den beteiligten fand ich auch gut. Nur das Gedicht von Simon Furman lese ich ein anderes mal, jetzt erstmal die neue Ausgabe von Battle Angel Alita lesen :)


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 01. April 2014, 18:37:58
Wir haben hier den Kommentar von Andrew Wildman zum IDW Transformers: Regeneration One #100 Comic.

So there we are. The end. The End? They always said ‘It Never Ends’ and for Transformers that seems to be true. But for the Original Transformers storyline/continuity it very definitely has. Issue 100 of that seminal book final hit the stands on Wednesday 19th March. A very significant day for all those legions of people who, over the last thirty years, have enjoyed the ups and downs of the world of Autobots and Decepticons. After the hiatus of some twenty years it was a privilege to be involved in the continuation of The Transformers (not sure when the The was dropped) With the IDW book, Transformers Regeneration One. When it all finally ended I thought it would be great to write a piece about what it has been like for me to be involved in the book. After all, for many it is who I am. But rather than write one final farewell – which I did for issue 100 – I thought I would get some thoughts down as and when they occur. This is the first of those;

For me it started out as just another comics gig. A book that I knew nothing about and that only felt like a stepping stone onto other books. I wanted to draw Superheroes. This is something that I have mentioned in many interviews and Q&As. I was happy to be working for Marvel Comics but I didn’t want to do toy books. I wanted to draw Spider-Man and all the other characters that I had grown up with. At that time I guess I had been reading comics for, say, 20 years. When I consider that that was about 26 years ago it really does create context. Transformers have been a part of my life for longer than Marvel had at that point. Transformers has been there for all but a couple of years of my professional life as a comic artist. Its fair to say that without Transformers I would probably be yet another casualty of the big comics crash in the mid nineties. Many of us working in the comics industry back then were hanging on by our fingernails as we saw title after title get cancelled. Same happened to me. My final book for Marvel was the final issue of Force Works. I felt like it was unfinished business at Marvel but it was time to get out as the empire crumbled around us all. That is when I moved – sideways I guess – into Computer Game design and TV concept work and storyboarding. Things have been great for me in those areas but it is as a result of working on Transformers for Marvel and more recently for IDW that has enabled me to have a presence at some amazing conventions and that is great. So Transformers, it was very definitely time to move on. Time to draw a line under that work. But I salute you. Without you I wonder what life would look like now.

Quelle: Andrew Wildman



Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Philister am 02. April 2014, 15:40:56
Ingesamt war ReGeneration okay. Ich denke viel mehr konnte man aus der oft sehr Marketing-gesteuerten Originalcomicreihe nicht rausholen. Das Ende in Heft 100 war dann doch irgendwie sehr depressiv und aprupt, wie ich finde, aber insgesamt eine gute Serie. Nicht so gut wie More Than Meets the Eye, aber okay.


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Murasame am 06. April 2014, 00:59:43
Nichts geht über MTMTE :D


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 16. April 2014, 17:39:13
Andrew Wildman hat einige Worte zu Transformers: Regeneration One #100 auf seinem Blog hinterlassen und hier sind sie für euch:

Some of you may have heard the Transmissions Podcast where - among many other things - they discuss Transformers Regeneration One #100. Its always interesting to hear what readers and aficionados make of the work one does. They really get under the skin of the whole issue with story, art etc. They mention right at the end that I am going to be saying more about my thoughts and feelings around Transformers. And I will. As much as they discuss the content of the book and also acknowledge the fact that we all had a chance to say something in the extra pages that the book had, they don't discuss what we said. Maybe at some point they may or maybe that will be covered elsewhere. For those of you who have not read any of that extra material, below is my piece. Slightly different from what you will have read in the book though. This is the unedited piece. Hasbro asked for some changes to be made to what I had written before it went to publication. Some of you may spot them. I am happy with the changes that they asked for but I thought it might be interesting to show exactly what I wrote, grammatical errors and all...
As you will see, as far as I am concerned it is all very great to read, enjoy and discuss all the events of the story but with Transformers there is definitely More Than Meets The Eye.

It Never Ends?

There we are then. That’s it. All done and dusted.

It seems amazing that we ever got to this point. This comic book that has - in one form or another - been there for so long. As many of you will know I first drew Transformers back in the dim and distant 1988. at the time I was working on whatever anyone was throwing at me. I was young(ish) and had a growing family to feed. At that time Transformers was just another paid gig. It very rapidly became more than that as it became the thing that opened to the door to Marvel Comics. Once in that door Transformers suddenly became a victim of Marvel’s decision to not do toy books anymore. No matter, I was in and had the opportunity to move through the ranks at Marvel and the pleasure of working on some of the characters that I had grown up with such as Spider-Man and the X-Men. Those jobs came and went but after all these years it is still Transformers that comes knocking at the door. When something is that insistent and becomes for many the thing that defines you it is always worth having a look under the hood. See what’s really there. What is it about this book that it seems to have attached itself to me?

Then I saw it;

When IDW asked me if I wanted to do some interior art for a Transformers book I said no. When they asked me what it would take to get me to do some interior art for a Transformers book I pondered the question and responded that I would only do it if I could work with Simon and if we could have the opportunity to do something that really had some weight to it. Out of this and Simon’s parallel conversations with IDW the idea for RegenerationOne was born.

I am going to break the flow here to give out a few acknowledgments. We have gathered a great team together for this journey. Guido has done a great job stepping in when I had to step away, JP Bove’s interior colours have perfectly captured that synthesis of being a bit like the old stuff but definitely new and fresh and I think now stand alongside the amazing Mr Nel Yomtov for the amount of uninterrupted output of pages. Jason Cardy’s cover colours have given cinematic impact that have pulled readers in like a movie poster outside your favorite multiplex. Stephen Baskerville, what can I say. A consummate professional. No matter what I throw at Stephen he unfailingly does his thing and makes these books look the way they ‘should’. As for the words, well a huge acknowledgment to Jim Shooter and Bob Budiansky for creating this beast. Without them we wouldn’t be here. We may well be creating a book about battling robots but for sure it wouldn’t be this one. And lastly, Simon Furman. My long time partner in crime. The man who not only brought me into the Transformers hold but who, as a result of that opened the door to many a subsequent opportunity. Thanks Mr F, my acknowledment and respect to you.

So there we were. The idea to finally complete the Transformers story was not only an opportunity but a privilege. What needs to really be gotten here is that this book is the conclusion of the definitive Transformers storyline. Let me just emphasise that. THIS book is THE CONCLUSION of THE DEFINITIVE TRANSFORMERS STORYLINE. It is not possible to over emphasise that. Back in 1983 something huge that has become part of popular culture began. At Marvel Comics Jim Shooter and Bob Budiansky wrote a treatment for Transformers. There was nothing before that other than some ill defined toys. That treatment became the Marvel Transformers book and that storyline - the definitive one - fell silent in 1991, reared its head again in 2012 and the no kidding, final conclusion of that whole storyline is what you now hold in your hands.

But what really makes this concept resonate and give it its longevity is the fact that this is NOT a book about robots. quite the opposite. The term 'robot' was first used in the 1921 play ‘R.U.R. Rossum's Universal Robots’ by the Czech writer, Karel Čapek. But these were human clones devoid of emotion. Transformers are if anything the opposite of that. They are sentient beings. They may be mechanical in their structure but they contain very human emotions and concerns. They are also from one source, The Matrix (later called The Allspark). This original singular source is what binds them and gives a unifying purpose to their lives. These themes are key to the popularity of Transformers in that it is an expression of much of what defines us as human beings. It has its roots in Hinduism, Buddhism, Enlightenment, Pantheism and subsequently many themes of Modern Philosophy. And that is what made me want to do this book. That is why we love it. A book about cool robots? yes, but about so much more. Its about us. About you and me. About the human condition. Its about separation, loss, pain, conflict and the pursuit of unification and oneness. Throughout its long life its always been there in that now familiar mantra; ‘Till All Are One’.

And here we finally are.

Namaste

AW 2014



Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 18. April 2014, 17:00:20
Andrew Wildman wird von dem IDW Comic Regeneration One Heft 100 mit dem Special Variant Cover 30 Stück versteigern. Aber nicht nur das. Zu jedem Heft gibt es je einen Sketch von 5 verschiedenen Charakteren. Diese 5 sind Optimus Prime, Megatron, Ultra Magnus, Galvatron. Rodimus Prime und Bludgeon. Hier aber ide genaue Beschreibung von Andrew.

Beginning on Easter Day will be an eBay listing to commemorate the 30th anniversary of Transformers.

I am Bagging and Boarding 30 copies of the Convention Variant cover of Transformers Regeneration One #100. Each of the backing boards will have a sketch on the back. The 30 issues will be divided into 6 releases of five. There will be five sketches of Optimus Prime. Five sketches of Megatron - ya get the idea- then Ultra Magnus, Galvatron. Rodimus Prime and Bludgeon. The Optimus Prime sketches begin on Easter Day at 8pm UK time and runs for seven days.

The idea behind this is to not only commemorate the 30th anniversary but to enable those who can't get to UK conventions that I am attending to be able to get a copy of the comic and a sketch. Those of you who have seen me at conventions know that I do sketches but there are, needless to say, many Transformers and comic conventions that I won't be at. Below are the five Optimus Prime sketches that constitute this release. It's pot luck as to which bidder will get which sketch but that's part of the fun.

As you will see below I have decided to donate all the proceeds from the fifth winning bidder to the Make-A-Wish foundation. this is my favourite charity and the one that we support as Draw The World Together. Anyone not familiar with the activities of DtWT click the link and take a look. We don’t have a lot of time or facility to do much with DtWT these days so it is nice to be able to raise a bit of money for the charity.

So. set your alarm for the start of the bid and cross your fingers.

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Quelle: Andrew Wildman



Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Gaja Prime am 18. April 2014, 17:04:45
haha geil und man sieht eine NTF Tasse....bessere werbung gibs nicht gell ^^


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Lucy am 18. April 2014, 17:36:19
Andrew hatte mich schon auf Facebook gefragt, ob ich die NTF Tasse gesehen habe :-)


Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 09. Mai 2014, 16:14:19
Andrew Wildman hat jetzt auf Ebay das nächste Exklusiv Cover zu IDW Comic Transformers Regeneration One #100 zur Versteigerung online gesetzt. Diesmal ist ein Sketch Megatron dabei und alles ist signiert von ihm.

$ 58 $ c58 $ d58



Titel: Re:G1 - IDW - Transformers ReGeneration 1
Beitrag von: Skywarp am 13. Mai 2014, 15:45:49
Hier ist die Vorschau zum IDW Comic Transformers: ReGeneration One TPB Volume 4.

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