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« Antworten #25 am: 23. Juli 2012, 21:25:48 »

Hier haben wir die ersten Seiten zum IDW Transformers Comic More Than Meets The Eye Heft 7.

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« Antworten #26 am: 19. August 2012, 10:35:45 »

Hier kommt die Vorschau zum kommenden IDW Comic Transformers More than Meets the Eye Heft 8.

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« Antworten #27 am: 11. September 2012, 09:51:59 »

Am kommenden Mittwoch erscheint das IDW Comic More Than Meets The Eye Annual 2012 und wir haben hier schon mal eine Vorschau für euch.

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« Antworten #28 am: 11. September 2012, 10:20:03 »

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« Antworten #29 am: 11. September 2012, 12:47:20 »

MTMTE ist einfach das geilste TF Comic überhaupt. Hab' echt noch nie erlebt, dass die Charaktere so lebendig und durchgeknallt waren.
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« Antworten #30 am: 13. September 2012, 10:20:10 »

Wir haben hier ein paar Seiten zu IDW's The Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye Annual 2012, zu denen der Macher James Roberts seine Kommentare geschrieben hat.

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PAGE 1: Rodimus and company are kicking some steel here in an unknown location. It’s quite a selection of different characters you’ve got there with all their different personalities.

JAMES ROBERTS: Thus far, most self-contained issues of More Than Meets the Eye have had a standing start, in that I’ve built the story up slowly. With the Annual, in this respect and in many others, I wanted to do something different: I wanted a big, bold action sequence from the get-go. I remember watching the opening sequence to last year’s Doctor Who Christmas special, when the Doctor is racing through an exploding spaceship, and I thought “let’s have some of that.”

So we open with Rodimus doing something he’s rarely had a chance to do since we set off on the quest, and fight. I figured that when Brainstorm unveiled his insane plan to save Ultra Magnus, Rodimus would be first to volunteer. Not because he’s the leader, but because he’s always on the look out for new experiences to stave off the boredom. Whirl would be there because he gets to shoot things. I put Skids there because I wanted to play up their different approaches to fighting; Skids isn’t your typical action hero. There’s a certain finesse to what he does. And First Aid is there because, well, it’s sort of a medical operation, isn’t it. Medical and military. In fact, I almost had someone refer to it as Operation: Operation. I think we can all see why I didn’t.

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PAGE 2: We learn that the battle is taking place inside the mouth of Ultra Magnus with the Nanocons. What more can you say about these creatures? And, that’s a heck of a location to be fighting a battle!

Yeah, it’s a blatant homage to Fantastic Voyage (or Innerspace for all you ’80s kids), albeit one with a Transformers twist. What I liked about the setting (apart from the weirdness; I want more weirdness in MTMTE) was that the reader would not be able to tell, at first glance, that Rodimus and Co. were inside another Transformers character. Given their mechanical physiology, the inside of a TF (big or small) looks like the inside of, say, a space station. The original draft delayed the big reveal—Ratchet’s looming head—until later, but every page matters and we had to press on with the story.

The Nanocons were first referenced in “Zero Point,” the prose story from the hardback edition of Last Stand of the Wreckers (Roadbuster thought they may have infiltrated the medibay containing Springer). I just liked the idea of a team of Decepticons so small that they were only visible to the naked eye in their combined form.

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PAGE 3: Inevitably, Brainstorm is involved with getting the group inside Ultra Magnus in the first place. Is there no limit to this ’bot’s genius? He can do practically anything.

JAMES ROBERTS: He’s a very useful character to have around in that he fulfils the role of mad scientist, weapons engineer and wild card. He’s yet to have his time in the spotlight, but it will come.

You’ll notice that he’s not carrying his briefcase in this scene—or, indeed, in the entire annual. That’s because it’s in his workshop (where we last saw it in issue 7). It’s back on his wrist in future issues.

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PAGE 4: A moment MTMTE readers thought they would never see. Ultra Magnus actually smiles. Was this a moment that was always going to happen?

I only became certain that I wanted the whole nanocon sequence in the Annual when I found a way to work in Magnus’ well-established reluctance/inability to smile, thus making the solution to the Autobots’ predicament character-driven.

Magnus is one of my favorite Lost Light characters to write because on a ship of (bright, well-meaning, largely likeable) fools, he’s the one guy who’s absolutely serious. But of course his very seriousness takes him to extremes, to the point where it becomes a profound character flaw. He’s the ultimate straight guy, making the other characters look even more off-beam when they’re around him.

I think he’s a tragic character: an Autobot with a tremendously deep sense of right and wrong who, as the Duly Appointed Enforcer of the Tyrest Accord, was once feared and respected—and now he’s ended up on a ship where any minute miniaturized ex-Wreckers are going to be running around in your mouth.

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PAGE 5: Very clearly, that one smile has ruined Magnus’s day. I’m guessing he’ll never be allowed to forget that he did it.

JAMES ROBERTS: On a ship with only 200 or so people on board, news travels fast— especially when the topic of conversation involves one of the Big Three: Magnus, Rodimus or Drift.

The opening scene is to an extent played for laughs, but as always there’s more going on than first appears. As I say, Magnus is a tragic character; the rest of the Annual explores just what that smile—that moment of weakness—means for him.

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« Antworten #31 am: 25. September 2012, 11:44:39 »

Heute zeigen wir euch die Vorschau zum Transformers IDW Comic More than Meets the Eye Heft 9.

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« Antworten #32 am: 25. Oktober 2012, 11:13:16 »

Heute können wir euch ein Interview mit Alex Milne zum Transformers Comicbuch More Than Meets The Eye Volume 2 zeigen.

Q: Hi Alex. We’re almost at end of the first year of More Than Meets the Eye. How have you been finding it working on the book?
ALEX MILNE: Has it been a year already? Wow, I guess it has. Where does the time go? So, how has the first year of MTMTE been? It’s been a real joy to work on. I don’t think there has been a Transformers book that I’ve worked on where I have had this much fun. I’m always excited to work on the next issue, even when I’m feeling drained.

Q: Compare the book from 12 months ago to where you are now. Has the direction it has gone in surprised you at all?
ALEX MILNE: That’s an interesting question since James always writes something that surprises me. It’s always exciting to get the next script to find out what going to happen next. Sometimes that can be a bad thing too, but only due to that fact that it makes me want to work on what’s coming up now. Like now, I’m working on issue 12, but I had a couple things mentioned to me about what’s happening in issue 14-16, and I now want to jump to work on those things since they will be epic. James sure does know how to keep me excited to draw. Throw a little tidbit out of what’s coming up and I just get all excited to work and get to that point.

Q: From all of the characters that you’ve had to design for the book, is there one in particular that you’re proud off? And would you change any if you were allowed to?
ALEX MILNE: Hmmmmm, it’s really hard to pick just one of them. I suppose if I can only pick one, then I would have to say Tarn. I love creating bad guys, and when I got the description of him, I knew he had to look like someone not to be messed with. He took a fair bit of time to come up with, but he wasn’t the hardest of the Decepticon Justice Division to design (that was Kaon) but I can say I spent a good day on the head design for Tarn until I came up with the final for him. Cover 7 is still one of my favourites ’cause it’s all a headshot of Tarn.
I don’t think I would change any of the MTMTE designs. Nick [Roche, who drew issue 1 of the series] did a great job creating most of the main cast, and I really enjoy drawing those designs, so no, I wouldn’t change any of them.

Q: How have you found the challenge of doing a monthly book? Has it been okay or a bit harder than you may have anticipated?
ALEX MILNE: Overall, I’ve found it to be as I expected for a monthly book. A lot of hard work. Each issue of MTMTE is just crammed full of TF goodness. There are issues that are harder then others, but that only natural depending on the story you’re trying to tell. I think the only thing that has been hard to deal with has been a few personal and family issue that have popped up over the last year, and it has been a bit rough at times to juggle them and work at the same time. Hopefully I’ve done a good job of keeping on track, but there have been times where it has been a little taxing. Everyone has been very supportive and I try to make the book the best I can.

Q: Do you have a favorite issue for the first year of MTMTE?
ALEX MILNE: Let me see. That’s also a tricky questions, since there are so many that I like. I’ll say issue 6. The whole story of Fort Max and Rung was just too good. I remember when I originally read the script for 6, I thought it was one of the best stories James has written. I also love to see books that Nick draws [like issue 6 was]. So yeah, issue 6 all the way. But I will say that issue 11 is also epic, but that hasn’t come out yet.

Q: Would you say that you have changed much in the last 12 months as an artist and how you approach drawing the book?
ALEX MILNE: I would say yes. Part of being a artist is that you’re always changing how you do things. I look back at even the first issue of MTMTE that I worked on, and there are things I have changed in the current books. MTMTE is a very expressive book, and I really couldn’t approach it the way I did with the Ongoing [series that preceeded More Than Meets the Eye and Robots in Disguise]. Even with Ongoing issues 22 and 23, I was playing around with how I did things. It’s a really fun book to work on, and I feel it allows me to have fun while drawing it. As I said earlier, this is the first Transformers book I’ve worked on where I’m always having fun working on it, even when it’s a pain in the butt at what James asks me to draw. Overall, its just been great fun to work on, and hopefully that comes through in the pages ;0

Q: How have you found the fan reaction to the book, at the various shows and cons that you’ve attended throughout the year?
ALEX MILNE: That’s a very funny question, since I’ve only done one convention this year. I will be at another one in a about a week or so, so that will be 2 for the year. MTMTE has kept me very busy that I haven’t really been able to go to many conventions at all. A bit sad, but it had to be done. So the first con that I went to was back early in the year, I think only issue 3 had come out by then, so the buzz was just starting up with the fans. I guess I’ll see in a week how it’s doing now. Issue 10 should be out by the time this convention I’m attending rolls around, so it should be interesting. Hopefully I’ll get a lot of requests to draw Rung and Swerve. ;)

Q: If you could have any character from the series you’ve designed appear in a future TV show, which one would it be and who would you have voice them?
ALEX MILNE: Aghhhhhh, what’s with these questions where you make me pick only one? It’s so hard. So I’m going to pick two. I would like to see Rung appear in a show, and voiced by Brent Spiner or David Hyde Pierce. Those were the two voices I had in mind when designing him back in Ongoing. I push more towards Brent, since I’m a huge Star Trek fan, and having Mr. Data voice a character of mine would be the bee’s knees. My second pick would be Tarn, and have him voiced by Keith David. He’s the voice of Goliath from Gargoyles, and I feel he would suit Tarn perfectly.

Q: Is there anything you can say about what we might see in the last batch of issues from the first year of MTMTE?
ALEX MILNE: You will see pain. You will see suffering. You will see death. You are about to move into areas of MTMTE containing wonders more incredible then you can possibly imagine, and terrors to freeze your soul. It’s wondrous. With treasures to satiate desirers both subtle and gross, but it’s not for the timid. So, fun times all around.

Q: Obviously you and James Roberts have hit your stride on MTMTE this year. How would you describe the process you go through to make an issue into what it is?
ALEX MILNE: Well James writes its. I then read it, then cry and complain about it for a whole day. After the tears of my free time wash away, I start making thumbnails of every page. I mark some of the characters expressions in the thumbnails, then I send them to James and we go over them. I will tell him why I think a panel works better a different way, or which panel visually I feel need to be stronger. We have a good chat about it, then when we’re both happy, I go off and draw up the pages. Sometimes I’ll have a panel where I re-read the script to see whose talking, then I might play around with that panel to make it easier for the word bubbles to fit. There have been a couple times where the final image of a panel is completely different from my thumbnail. Then I ink them and send them over to Josh Burcham to be coloured. Pretty basic stuff.

Q: Is there any hints or words you can say about what the second year of MTMTE has in store for the fans?
ALEX MILNE: It’s not for the timid.

Q: In the next 12 months, do you have any more ambitions you’d like to fulfill or have any expectations about where you’d like to be?
ALEX MILNE: That’s a good question. There are a few things that I would like to do, and I am working slowly on, but I’m pretty happy working on MTMTE right now. Who knows what the future will have in store for me. Only time will tell!

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« Antworten #33 am: 26. Oktober 2012, 11:30:02 »

Hier haben wir die Vorschau zum IDW Comic More Than Meets The Eye Heft 10.

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« Antworten #34 am: 03. November 2012, 10:22:57 »

Wir haben hier die ersten 5 Seiten zum IDW Comic Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye Ongoing Heft 10 und dazu die Komentare von James Roberts.

PAGE 1: We’re getting more into the politics of Cybertron with Senator Proteus, the rise of the Decepticons and how to deal with them. How far in advance did you have these kinds of political games worked out, and who would benefit from them?
JAMES ROBERTS: With “Shadowplay”—particularly Part 2—I’m trying to move MTMTE into “political thriller” territory. Well, a political thriller with some old-fashioned conspiracy tropes thrown in. This isn’t the first time I’ve explored the socio-political infrastructure of pre-war Cybertron—“Chaos Theory” (which can be found in the trade paperback of the same name), laid a lot of the groundwork upon which the plot of “Shadowplay” rests.
Structurally and hierarchically, ancient Cybertronian society has parallels with our own—there’s apartheid, civil rights, democracy (of a sort), classism, etc; to counterbalance that I wanted to bring something uniquely Cybertronian to the fore—namely the fact that these creatures are blessed (or cursed) with a second shape that determines their lot in life.
As for how far in advance I had these political games mapped out… far enough. Far enough to extend beyond this particular story.

PAGE 2: Chromedome gives chase to the bot who threw the body in front of him and Prowl from the last issue. Did you give specific designs on the sky bike and the craft he is pursuing as well as the Translucentica Heights?
JAMES ROBERTS: I certainly wanted Prowl and Chromedome’s sky bikes to be reminiscent of Action Master Prowl’s motorcycle. Just because.
The key thing about Translucentica—as the name (from “translucent”) suggests—was to make it look like it was entirely made of glass. Issue 9’s script said, “Translucentica is visible in the distance, a cluster of shimmering glass skyscrapers, sculptures, monorails, all of it tinted blue.” That was easy for me to write—the ever-talented duo of Alex Milne and Josh Burcham—had the difficult task of bringing that sentence to life.

PAGE 3: Chromedome loses his quarry and meets up with Prowl. Why put these two characters together for this story and not another pair?
JAMES ROBERTS: The simple answer is: I love Prowl and I wanted him in MTMTE.
Way, way back I pitched a story to IDW—a Prowl Spotlight set on pre-war Cybertron which had him tracking down a Transformation-Cog-stealing serial killer against a background of Decepticon rioting. Obviously that story was never written, but I was attracted to the idea of Prowl working for this CSI-type unit called the Mechaforensics Division.

PAGE 4 and 5: Prowl and Chromedome meet Red Alert and find the ’bot they are looking for. As all three of these characters have quite a bit of history to them, will we be seeing some of their actions catching up to them in future issues? Maybe across Robots in Disguise with Prowl as well?
JAMES ROBERTS: Your question reveals a universal truth about MTMTE: every character has a past, and everyone’s past will catch up with them. We’re not jumping back to pre-war Cybertron at random: events that take place during the run-up to war will have lasting repercussions on our present day crew.

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« Antworten #35 am: 17. November 2012, 13:01:17 »

Auf MTV.com kann man sich nun die ersten Seiten zum kommenden IDW Transformers Comic More than Meets the Eye Heft 11 anschauen.

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« Antworten #36 am: 18. Dezember 2012, 16:04:22 »

Heute zeigen wir euch die ersten Seiten zum IDW Comic Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye Heft 12.

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« Antworten #37 am: 19. Dezember 2012, 23:51:29 »

Wir haben hier ein Interview gefunden, welches mit James Roberts zum IDW Comic Transformers More Than Meets the Eye geführt wurde.

TRANSFORMERS: MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE #12—the newest issue of the hit comic book series from IDW Publishing and Hasbro—hits comic book stores and digital apps today. And what an issue it is—a tour de force writer James Roberts, series penciler Alex Milne, and guest flashback pages by penciler Brendan Cahil! While Rodimus and his Autobots battle for their lives, we sat down with James to talk about the senses-shattering first year of MTMTE. Every issue—including todays—is available at comic book stores and at http://read.idwpublishing.com/ (or on the Comixology app on your mobile device) worldwide!

Q: Hi James. We’re at the end of your first year as writer on MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE. How have you found the experience so far?
JAMES ROBERTS: Thrilling and exhausting! Are we only on issue #12? Haven’t we reached the half-century yet?

Q: You obviously had a game plan from the first issue. Has this been tightly followed over this first year or have you had to deviate from it?
JAMES ROBERTS: I’ve deviated from it twice, most recently when writing issue #15 (which won’t be out until March 2013, but hey). What I’d intended to do with/to a character was no longer appealing because (a) that character’s personality had changed in the course of writing intervening issues, to the point where if he’d done what I’d intended for him to do it would have jarred; and (b) because it would have created a dead end in terms of telling the story. The second reason alone would have been sufficient to think again.
Second deviation: Krok was going to die (along with Flywheels) in #8 but I felt it would’ve been a waste.
I guess the 2012 ANNUAL was a deviation of sorts. We didn’t know it was going to happen until relatively late in the day. The crew was going to reach Crystal City in 2013, and Metrotitan was a late addition brought in consultation with editor and ROBOTS IN DISGUISE writer John Barber when we discussed how to link the two annuals.

Q: With the characters you’re spending time writing on, have you surprisingly found yourself drawn towards some than maybe you weren’t when you started?
JAMES ROBERTS: Oh yeah. Put Swerve and Whirl in that category. Swerve’s fun to write because he shoots his mouth off and forces others to react to him. Same goes for Whirl, come to think of it. Magnus is fun, too.
But I suppose I’m answering the wrong question – I’m saying which characters I enjoy writing. In terms of characters that I’m drawn towards, and feel a fondness for, I’d say Rewind, Chromedome and Tailgate.

Q: Who would you say has been the easiest character for you to write for?
JAMES ROBERTS: Swerve and Whirl are easy–relatively speaking, of course. I found Rodimus tricky in the lead up to writing issue #1, but that was a case of my needing to get a handle on him.
In terms of grappling with characters once the series was up and running, I guess Cyclonus presented some challenges. He’s stern and aloof and self-sufficient, and there’s only so many times you can have him staring moodily into space. But issues #12 and #13 are “his” as much as anyone else’s, and since then I feel I’ve got a proper handle on him – I know who he is now.

Q: Out of the first 12 issues, has there been any one script that you found particularly hard to break into a story?
JAMES ROBERTS: It’s more a case of breaking a story into a script, because most MTMTE stories would comfortably fit an annual. Issue #6 and the conclusion to “Shadowplay” (#11) were… challenging. Oh, and #13—there was so much going on in that one that I had to… well, wait until you read the issue.

Q: From the first 12 issues, which one story would you count has your personal best so far, and is there one you would change if given the chance?
JAMES ROBERTS: Wow, these questions!
I’m proud of the Delphi storyline (#4-5) because there’s material for about four separate stories in there, and I was pleased with how it meshed into one. “Shadowplay” came together pretty well, I thought – I was extremely worried about someone, somewhere guessing the identity of “Senator X” and it spreading across the internet.
But I think I said a while ago that with MTMTE I wanted to tell a good number of proper, self-contained standalone stories, and on that basis I think “Interiors” (from #6) is my favorite.
(By the way, if you’d allowed me to pick 2013 stories I’d have given a different answer.)
What would I change? Oh, lots. I try to make each issue the very best it can be, but I always think of things I wish I’d done differently. I think I’d tinker with #7 the most.
Q: How have you been enjoying the fan reaction to MTMTE when you go and attend conventions/events?
JAMES ROBERTS: It warms the cockles of my heart when I speak to people who enjoy the book – particularly when they’re fond of the characters. The comics and TV series and books I’ve enjoyed over the years have, for the most part, had a passionate and devoted following, as opposed to being quite liked by millions.
I speak to people who are passionate and devoted about MTMTE, and I’m over the moon. It absolutely spurs me on to make each issue, each story arc, better than what went before.
I’m only the writer, though. I was at a convention last August and I was sitting at the guest table between Nick Roche and Livio Ramondelli, both of whom had their wonderful artwork spread out in front of them. In front of me were recent issues of MTMTE. And this young chap – maybe 9 or 10 – loitered in front of me, looking at the issues, and in the end he asked if I’d drawn them. And I’d barely begun to say ‘No, I write them,’ when he’d spun on his heels and joined the back of Nick’s massive, snaking queue.

Q: You’re dealing with a very large cast of characters, and certain ones get more page time than others. We will be seeing more time dedicated to some of the others on the Lost Light crew?
JAMES ROBERTS: For the first year I wanted to focus attention on the core cast. But by the end of MTMTE’s first Transformers UK-style epic, starting in issue #16, there will be – how shall we say? – a few vacancies. There’s not a rotating cast as such, but you may be saying goodbye to some characters and hello to others.

Q: Can you give us one small tidbit, something that we can look forward to seeing during season 2 of MTMTE?
JAMES ROBERTS: If I can pull it off as intended, the aforementioned epic will pull together at least one dangling story thread from each of the first 12 issues.
To give you a more specific tidbit: the story in issue #14 features a prologue entitled, “A Functionist Calls.”

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« Antworten #38 am: 23. Januar 2013, 21:26:53 »

TFW2005 postet die Waren, die Diamond Comics am 30. Januar verschickt.
Diesmal wird nur Transformers Complete Drift HC verschifft.
Das für den 30. erwartete More Than Meets the Eye Heft 13 wurde auf den 6. Februar verschoben.



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« Antworten #39 am: 13. Februar 2013, 09:45:57 »

Hab MTMTE nun bis Band 7 gelesen und bin schwer begeistert. Tolle Charas, tolle Stories. Kanns kaum abwarten weiter zu lesen  Daumhoch
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« Antworten #40 am: 13. Februar 2013, 14:10:52 »

MTMTE ist für mich die bisher beste TF Comicserie überhaupt. Nichts gegen die Comics von Simon Furman, aber Simon war halt immer ein wenig dadurch eingeschränkt, dass er die jeweils aktuellen Toys irgendwie unterbringen musste. Aber MTMTE ist einfach nur genial und ich liebe die Charaktere. Bleibt zu hoffen dass wir bald ein paar dieser Jungs noch als Figuren kriegen werden. Swerve, Tailgate, Whirl und Overlord fallen mir da spontan ein, nicht zu reden von den Decepticon Scavengers. Ein neuer Misfire wäre echt cool.
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« Antworten #41 am: 13. Februar 2013, 14:34:53 »

Hab grad den Anhang von Heft #13 gelesen und muss sagen, dass MTMTE auch ohne Bilder immer noch brilliant rüber kommt.
Freu mich auch schon unendlich auf den Overlord Arc, der ja das Ende des ersten großen Arcs sein soll.
Was Figuren betrifft, so freu ich mich schon total auf den kommenden Trailbreaker und hoffe, dass wir da auch mehr bekommen.
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« Antworten #42 am: 01. März 2013, 20:09:04 »

Hier haben wir die Vorschau zum IDW Comic Transformers More than Meets the Eye Heft 14 für euch.

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« Antworten #43 am: 05. März 2013, 09:49:06 »

Jetzt können wir euch eine bessere Vorschau zum IDW Comic Transformers More than Meets the Eye Heft 14 zeigen.

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« Antworten #44 am: 05. März 2013, 13:59:42 »

Freue mich schon sehr auf die nächste Ausgabe. Smiley
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« Antworten #45 am: 05. März 2013, 14:08:17 »

Dito!  tanz
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« Antworten #46 am: 05. März 2013, 14:18:11 »

Wird eh Zeit das es endlich mal ernster wird.
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...und alle transformers transformierten sich zurück in trucks und autos. ENDE
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« Antworten #47 am: 08. März 2013, 10:17:20 »

Hier kommt eine kleine Vorschau auf das IDW Comic Transformers More than Meets the Eye Heft 15.

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« Antworten #48 am: 08. März 2013, 10:31:50 »

Hab gestern Band 14 gelesen...
Auaha, die 15 kann richtig böse werden.
Nein...sie wird böse.  rauch
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« Antworten #49 am: 08. März 2013, 14:09:36 »

Nachdem wir in einer der früheren Hefte ja bereits die "Verlustliste" gesehen haben...

...sieht nicht gut aus für Ultra Magnus, Drift, Hound und Chromedome
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