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« am: 20. Oktober 2011, 23:05:24 »

Im Januar 2012 wird von IDW eine neue Comicbuchreihe erscheinen, die den Titel "Transformers Robots In Disguise" trägt. Diese Reihe soll die Ongoing Reihe fortsetzen und wir haben hier schon mal ein paar Bilder für euch.

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« Antworten #1 am: 24. Januar 2012, 12:08:30 »

IDW hat heute genau, wie bei Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye #1, Teaser Cover zu IDW Transformers : Robots In Disguise 1 an verschieden Seiten geschickt. 14 Stück sind es an der Zahl. Wir haben hier schon mal 5 für.

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« Antworten #2 am: 24. Januar 2012, 21:15:36 »

Kaum haben wir Euch einige der Teaser-Cover zu TransFormers: Robots in Disguise präsentiert, schon bekommen wir die Möglichkeit Euch einige Seiten zu zeigen.

Diese wollen wir Euch natürlich nicht vorenthalten.

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« Antworten #3 am: 25. Januar 2012, 23:09:01 »

Gestern haben wir euch berichtet, das IDW 14 mögliche Cover für das erste Heft zu IDW Transformers : Robots In Disguise an verschiedene Seiten geschickt hat. Fünf konnten wir euch auch gestern schon ziegen. Heute haben wir noch eins gefunden. Das wollen wir euch nicht vorenthalten.

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« Antworten #4 am: 21. Februar 2012, 11:40:03 »

 Auch zum IDW Comic Transformers Robots in Disguise gibt es ein Paperback. Es ist der erste Teil davon und kostet ebenfalls $19.99. Auch hier ist das Erscheinungsdatum der Ende Juli.

Zur Vorbestellungen geht es hier.

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« Antworten #5 am: 21. Februar 2012, 19:31:43 »

Und wieder können wir Euch ein Sieben-Seiten-Preview zu dem zweiten Teil des TransFormers - Ongoing - Robots in Disguise Comic zeigen.

Diese wollen wir Euch auf keinen Fall vorenthalten.

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« Antworten #6 am: 29. Februar 2012, 09:32:21 »

IDW Publishing hat ein neues Cover bekannt gegeben: "Transformers Robots in Disguise #3 von Cassey Collier" und hier ist es für euch.

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« Antworten #7 am: 20. März 2012, 22:38:59 »

Hier haben wir eine kleine Vorschau zum kommenden IDW Comic Transformers Robots in Disguise Heft 3.

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« Antworten #8 am: 30. März 2012, 23:22:29 »

Wir haben hier gerade das Cover vom Transformers Comic - Robots in Disguise Heft 6 für euch gefunden. Online gestellt wurde es von Livio Ramondelli auf seinem Twitter Kanal.

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« Antworten #9 am: 24. April 2012, 06:01:20 »

Dank Newsarama haben wir die 7 Seiten Vorschau zum kommenden IDW Comic Transformers Robots in Disguise Heft Nr. 4 für euch.

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« Antworten #10 am: 30. April 2012, 08:57:55 »

Während dem IDW Panel auf der BotCon hat Artist Ardrew Griffith bekannt gegeben, das der Charakter Sky-Byte im kommenden Transformers: Robots in Disguise Ongoing Heft 5 dabei sein wird. Dazu hat er schon mal Skizzen von der Figur preis gegeben.

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« Antworten #11 am: 01. Mai 2012, 22:05:03 »

Jetzt haben wir das Cover zum kommenden Transformers Comic Robots in Disguise Heft Nummer 8 für euch. Dieses Cover ist von IDW Artist Andrew Griffith.

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« Antworten #12 am: 01. Mai 2012, 23:21:55 »

endlich wieder dinobots! hat auch lange genug gedauert Zwinkernd
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« Antworten #13 am: 17. Mai 2012, 10:33:43 »

Transformers auf Facebook hat ein Interview mit dem Comic Artist Casey Coller gefürht und gleichzeitig haben wir das Cover zu IDW Robots in Disguise "Turmoil" für euch.

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Casey Coller has been a mainstay on IDW Publishing's Transformers comics for the past several years. Casey took some time away from the drawing table to sit down and talk with us!

TRANSFORMERS: Hi Casey. From what age did you start drawing, and were Transformers some of the first things you drew?

CASEY COLLER: Actually, yes... I remember when I was young, probably around seven years old; one of the first things I ever felt inclined to draw was my toy Transformers. It must have been a birthday or Christmas, and I got a new set of markers and a pad of paper. I literally put my toy on the paper, traced it with a black marker, and then filled in the rest with the colored markers. I quickly became obsessed with drawing them (as well as other toys, video game and cartoon characters).

TF: Did you always know that you wanted to draw comics or was that something you decided on in late life?

CC: I was probably in about 6th or 7th grade when I really started to seriously get into comics. Besides the Marvel Transformers comic, I became interested in the X-Men, Spider-Man and other Marvel titles. It was around that time that I first started to think I could pursue comic art as a career.

TF: Can you remember how it felt when you first saw your first published Transformers work?

CC: Kind of surreal, actually. My first published work was a "Retailer Exclusive" cover for IDW's All Hail Megatron #1, for a UK-based retailer called Apocalypse Comics. I was invited to a UK convention called London Film and Comic-Con (I am US-based), and made my first trip across the pond for the event. It wasn't until I was in another country that I actually held my first published work in my hands! People lined up to grab a signed copy of the book. I signed all weekend and we sold hundreds of copies. I never imagined an experience like that for my first published work!

TF: Up to this point, which single issue would you say has been the most fulfilling to work on?

CC: That's kind of a tough one... I guess I would say Ironhide #4. Mike Costa wrote the issue, half of which was supposed to be strictly action, and he gave me a ton of creative freedom to do whatever I wanted with those pages. Each page had very little instruction, and I was able to just go wild. I do have to give honorable mention to the Spotlight: Drift comic also. I enjoyed being able to design a Decepticon commander (Turmoil—who will be returning in the Robots in Disguise ongoing series), and be involved in the introduction of Drift to the world. People still connect me with the character. I'm asked to sketch him at conventions more than any other character—even Prime!

TF: Who would you say are the easiest and hardest characters to draw from Transformers?

CC: The easiest would be the old familiar characters in their Generation-One styles. Jazz, Prime, Megatron, Starscream, Ironhide... I feel like I can practically draw them with my eyes closed! Hardest would be anything from the live-action movies. I got the hang of drawing Prime for a while, but that's about it!

TF: Are there any characters from Transformers that you haven’t drawn yet but would like to draw in the future?

CC: I've drawn most of them at this point. Though believe it or not, until I did the recent fill-in pages for R.I.D. #5 I hadn't officially drawn G1 Bumblebee! If you had asked me a couple months ago, that would have been my answer I have to say, I’ve always thought Stepper (the Japanese Targetmaster repaint of Jazz) would be a lot of fun to introduce to the US fiction.

TF: Do you have a single Transformers TV series that you like better than all the others? And likewise, do you have a favorite single comic issue as well?

C: I haven’t had a chance to watch Prime yet, though I hear great things about it. I really enjoyed watching Animated with my daughter. But I’d have to say that I grew up on Generation One. So it's got that childhood nostalgia aspect to it that I’ll always feel. As for single comic issue? I'd say Marvel comics issue 70: "The Price of Life." Looking back, that was the issue where my perception of the comic changed from being a cool story about these toys, to having a genuine emotional investment in the characters. The weight of the fiction became so much more significant.

TF: You stepped away from doing interiors for a while to concentrate on covers. You’ve recently done 5 pages inside Robots in Disguise #5. Was it good to get back to doing interiors again?

CC: Yeah, it was nice. It’s funny... I've been doing the covers for Robots in Disguise, so I get to read the scripts. And even though I’m happy doing covers, I do get the itch to do interiors when I read through them. I’m always thinking about how I’d lay out the pages or draw certain characters (or when there's a big crowd scene I’m thinking that I’m glad Andrew [Griffith]’s drawing it and not me!—haha!). I do get a lot of satisfaction out of telling a good story with my artwork, and I miss that. If I had the time, I would love to do interiors again.

TF: Outside of Transformers, what other characters from Film/TV would you like to draw for?

CC: I’d love to take a crack at Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and I think True Blood would be fun (especially since IDW has the license!). I guess you wouldn’t count them as Film/TV characters, but many of the classic Marvel characters are high on my list as well, starting with Spider-Man and the X-Men.

TF: Would you say are the most important tips you would give to a new artist trying to break in at the moment?

CC: Keep working on your craft. If you enjoy it, just keep doing it. You improve by leaps and bounds just by repetition. Also, try to walk that fine line between being persistent, and being annoying. Make yourself known. Send lots of samples (and I mean make new ones each time, not keep sending the same stuff). Go to cons and meet editors and talk to pros. Take their tips, advice and constructive criticism. Be confident, but keep your ego in check when it comes to taking criticism. Always look to improve!

TF: Where would you like to see yourself in 5-10 years time?

CC: Well, I’d love to still be involved in the Transformers brand in some way. I’d also love to have a creator-owned title out there in the comic world. That was always my ultimate dream. I’ve got a ton of characters with untapped potential! But I'm also a realist. As long as I can feed my family and keep some sort of positive impact on the world, I'll be happy.

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« Antworten #14 am: 28. Mai 2012, 21:57:24 »

Heute können wir euch die ersten Seiten zu dem kommenden IDW Comic Robots In Disguise Heft 5 zeigen.

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« Antworten #15 am: 12. Juni 2012, 12:01:14 »

Von IDW Publishing haben wir hier die Vorschau zu dem Comic Transformers Robots in Disguise Heft Nummer 6 für euch.

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« Antworten #16 am: 03. Juli 2012, 09:23:33 »

Heute können wir euch eine Vorschau vom Heft 7 vom IDW Comic Transformers Robots In Disguise geben. Zum Inhalt wurden folgende Angaben gemacht: Decepticon month! Fan-favorite character Turmoil returns from the dead -- but what does he want on Cybertron? The Autobots don't want another Decepticon on their planet and the Decepticos don't want things to get any worse... but what Wheeljack discovers about the Decepticon warlord will change everything!

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« Antworten #17 am: 08. August 2012, 09:27:18 »

Heute können wir euch die Vorschau zum kommenden IDW Comic Transformers Robots in Disguise Heft 8 zeigen.

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« Antworten #18 am: 04. September 2012, 12:28:12 »

Jetzt haben wir eine Vorschau zum IDW Comic Transformers: Robots in Disguise #9 für euch.

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« Antworten #19 am: 25. September 2012, 11:49:57 »

Genau wie bei dem IDW Comic More Than Meets The Eye Annual 2012, gibt es auch eins zu Transformers Robots in Disguise. Zum IDW Transformers Robots in Disguise Annual 2012 haben wir jetzt die Vorschau für euch.

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« Antworten #20 am: 04. Oktober 2012, 11:35:03 »

Jetzt haben wir hier ein Interview mit Andrew Griffith über das IDW Comic Heft Robots in Disguise #11.

Q: Hi, Andrew. As we’re approaching the end of Robots in Disguise’s first year—how has it has been for you?

ANDREW GRIFFITH: Oh, it's been fantastic. I’m enjoying working on this book as much now as when I first began. I mean, nothing can beat the initial thrill of getting a call to take on the art chores for an ongoing Transformers series, but the fun and challenge of it has not dwindled a bit. I even recently tweeted the fact that it's been a year and a half since I got that call and I'm still as excited to be on the book now as I was then.

Q: You and writer John Barber have been working very closely on the look and feel on this book. Has it changed much from where you started out to where you are now?

ANDREW GRIFFITH: John Barber the writer? For a second, I was afraid you were asking me about the John Barber responsible for the development of rail gun technology. No really, look it up. Same name.

Parenthetical humor aside, John’s a dream to work with. We’ve been working together since July of 2010 when we started the Dark of the Moon movie prequel series Foundation, and I feel like it didn’t take us long at all to meld with each other’s storytelling ideas. I really notice as I read his scripts that he’s writing them specifically for me—he’s gotten to know what he has to detail out for me, and what he can let me take hold of and run with.

That man is writing so many different things now, as well as editing a few more, that I don’t know how he manages to keep each book straight—but working closely with him for so long I haven’t seen any less commitment or intensity from him on the part of RID. It’s kind of amazing. He just chugs right along. As far as the look and feel, I think it’s stayed pretty consistent over the issues. We’re really been trying to do some world building, with Iacon changing constantly as more ships arrive, ships are converted into buildings, and civilization takes hold. Meanwhile, this relatively settled section is surrounded by an entire planet that's been reborn and essentially unexplored. We've been working to establish a mix of strange structures naturally forming, ruined husks of ancient Cybertronian structures, and bizarre alien landscapes. Hopefully that comes across in the books.

Q: What characters have you been finding more of a challenge to draw, and do any of them come as a surprise to you? I bet there are some you can do with your eyes closed.

ANDREW GRIFFITH: I don’t know what it is, but for some reason whenever I draw a Sweep's decapitated head in RID (specifically in issue 5) it never looks right to me. Something about the boxiness of the helmet, I think.

Q: You did a different design for Starscream before going for the War for Cybertron designs. How many of the characters did you re-design that weren’t used?

ANDREW GRIFFITH: Well, truth to be told, not too many. I knew the series was going to feature Bumblebee, so my thought was to nail down (no pun intended) Bee’s look, and then base the aesthetic of the rest of the characters off of his appearance. I ended up doing about three Bumblebee designs that were never good enough that I’d want show them to anybody, and then I did some of characters like Prowl and Starscream. The Starscream one is the one you’re talking about, but looking back I don’t think the Prowl one would have worked well at all for his role in the series and I don’t know that I’d ever want to show him off. Just not a very good design in retrospect.

Q: Any stand out issues for you during this first year that surprised you?

ANDREW GRIFFITH: You know, I really enjoyed #4. When I first read that issue, I was instantly eager to draw it. On one level it read as a fairly straightforward action issue, but underneath there were a to of things going on, some of which has yet to be revealed to the reader. But I think eventually people will be able to look back at that issue and see it in a different light and say “ooooohhhhhhh.”

Q: Would you say that you’ve changed much as an artist during the year as you’ve done more and more issues?

ANDREW GRIFFITH: Well, I hope so. I always want to be improving as an artist. I definitely feel like I can confidently turn out a competent page at a faster rate than I could have at the beginning. And there are certain things I wish I would have drawn differently in the first few issues, like Bumblebee and Prowl’s heads. I don’t know what it is about Bee, if I’m not careful I just end up making his head wider and wider and wider.

Q: You went to San Diego Comic Con this year, met the fans, signed many things and talked giant robots. How’d you find it? Was it a fun experience?

ANDREW GRIFFITH: Well, I’ve gone to a number of conventions this year, and from all the fans I’ve talked to, they are all really excited about what is going on in Transfomers comics, so it's been really encouraging. That’s a very rewarding thing to hear, that what you're pouring your heart and soul and time into is being appreciated. The highlight of SDCC for me is always getting to see the people there that I never get to see otherwise, and getting to meet and talk with [legendary G.I. Joe writer] Larry Hama and [legendary Transformers writer] Flint Dille for example. But the best part was probably finally meeting John Barber and [editor] Carlos Guzman, who I’d been working closely with for two years by that point but had never met in person.

Q: From the characters you’ve designed for the series, which one of them would you like to see turned into a toy? If you were given the choice.

ANDREW GRIFFITH: I’m pretty happy with what I’ve come up with for the Constructicons, they retain enough of their G1 appearance while still looking like Cybertronian in nature. It’d be pretty awesome for me to see a Generations-line Devastator combiner based on them, similar to the combining Fall of Cybertron Bruticus toy that’s out.

Q: As we’re wrapping up the first year, there’s still to more issues to go until we hit #12. is there anything little snippets you can say without giving to much away?

ANDREW GRIFFITH: Well, I can’t say too much without IDW snipers placed across the street filling me with tranquilizers and shipping me off to Siberia, but I can promise that issues 11 to 15 are ones not to be missed. By the end of that arc, you'll have a lot of questions answered, some long unseen characters make an appearance, and some resolution to the first year’s over-arching story. Basically, it’s good stuff. I just hope I can draw it as well as it’s written.

Q: Heading into year 2, you’ve probably been talking with John Barber about the future. Anything you can say about what the fans could possibly expect?

ANDREW GRIFFITH: Yeah, we had a chance at SDCC to sit down and bounce ideas off of each other. A bit early to see if he uses any of mine. [Laughs] In all seriousness, one of the great things about John is how he’s so open to collaboration between us, and if he likes an idea I have, he’s not too proud to use it in the story. If it seems like I’m avoiding spoilers as far as where the story is going, I am. It’s hard to discuss it without giving too much away. But I will say that John and I are both excited about where things are headed.

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« Antworten #21 am: 06. Oktober 2012, 13:22:59 »

Heute zeigen wir euch die ersten Seiten zum kommenden Transformers Robots in Disguise Heft 10.

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« Antworten #22 am: 26. Oktober 2012, 11:18:32 »

Wir haben hier ein Interview mit John Barber über das ISW Transformers Comic Robots in Disguise Heft 11. Dazu gibt es auch gleich neue Seiten aus diesem Heft.

Aaron Long: In Transformers: Robots in Disguise you just took Optimus Prime on a mind-bending adventure through space and time. Can you discuss how this has mentally prepared him for what is occurring on Cybertron?

John Barber: Well, his focus is decidedly not on Cybertron at the moment. Optimus Prime–or Orion Pax as he’s calling himself these days–exiled himself from the planet responded to a call from some other Autobots in space who were guarding the captured mad scientist Jhiaxus. Who promptly escaped, and Pax and the other Autobots followed, and just found themselves in a… well, you were right to call it “mind-bending.” They found themselves caught in a situation that seems like it was carefully orchestrated by Jhiaxus’ student, Shockwave. From Pax arriving, to Jhiaxus’ escape, to the search for the 13 Ores that Shockwave planted in different worlds–all of it seems like part of a big master plan. Shockwave is back on Cybertron, pulling strings from a distance. He’s been unusually quiet during the rebuilding of Cybertron that Robots in Disguise has been focusing on–but his movements have become more overt. This will actually come to a head in the next issue of RID, #11 (that the exceptional Guido Guidi drew). Now some ‘bots on Cybertron know that Shockwave is up to something–and nobody’s going to be happy with that. But there are plenty of other Transformers with agendas and big plans competing on Cybertron… But in the respect of knowing that Shockwave has his fingers (plus his gun-hand) in some off-world actions–in that respect, Orion Pax has some crucial information for Cybertron… but Cybertron’s going to have some other problems to deal with first, in the form of the looming elections between Bumblebee, Starscream, and Metalhawk. And, er, maybe a surprise dark horse candidate, in a manner of speaking.

AL: The series has been focusing on two of the most cunning and devious characters in the Transformers Universe: Shockwave & Jhiaxus. From a plotting perspective, is it difficult keeping the machinations of this pair going forward without giving away too many details too quickly?

JB: Like I said, Shockwave was keeping pointedly quiet through most of RID. Suspiciously so. Keeping track of what he was doing behind the scenes, and when he was doing what–well, that’s part of the overall story going on. Lots of characters have secret goings-on, so it’s part of the challenge to keep up with everybody. What they’re saying versus what they really mean, and who’s really controlling who.

AL: In the upcoming issue you will be bringing back “an old friend”. Can you discuss the impact of this character’s return on the series? Will the tensions on Cybertron be pushed even further to the breaking point with their arrival?

JB: Tensions will be pushed very much past the point of breaking. Everything comes apart in issue 12.

AL: As an editor as well as a writer, do you find it hard to turn off ‘editor-mode’ while scripting? Or are you constantly reviewing your script as you would something written by someone else?

JB: Well, that’s healthy. I mean, if you write and don’t look at your work with a critical eye–don’t edit yourself at all–you’ve got a serious problem. I mean, you have to just press through things sometimes, write through stuff that isn’t working and then come back to it later and make it work. But it’s not like the “writer” part of me doesn’t care about story logic or the “editor” side doesn’t care about making it exciting. They’re on the same side. Carlos Guzman, who’s my actual editor on RID, he’s utterly invaluable to the process. He looks at the scripts and tells me what’s not working and his instincts are dead on. Likewise Michael Kelly at Hasbro, who’s also really involved in all this. But, well–important tip for anybody that wants to write comics: DEFINITELY REVIEW YOUR SCRIPT AS YOU WOULD SOMETHING WRITTEN BY SOMEONE ELSE. That is literally the only way anybody but you will ever read your stuff.

AL: Any final words for Comicosity’s readers regarding Transformers: Robots in Disguise?

JB: Thanks for everybody that’s been reading! The response has been phenomenal to this and our sister title, TRANSFORMERS: MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE. Both our 2012 Annuals just sold out at the distributor level (meaning your store might have some copies left but they can’t order more–and stores are definitely trying!) so we’re going back to press on them. People’s excitement is still high on these comics! If you haven’t tried the book–or you’ve never read a Transformers comic before–give it a try! As our readers can attest–it’s not what you expect. Artist Andrew Griffith and I try to mix politics, action, intrigue, and powerful personalities in every issue–and things are really coming to a boil now, as we close in on the climax of our first big story.

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« Antworten #23 am: 22. November 2012, 10:51:07 »

Wir habern hier ein Interview gefunden, indem John Barber über das IDW Comic Transformers: Robots in Disguise spricht.

Q: Hi John. Robots in Disguise is almost a year old now. Has everything panned out as smoothly as you had hoped in the story you are telling?
JOHN BARBER: Hi! Well, we’ve stuck pretty close to the original ideas. New things have definitely cropped up, new ideas pop in all the time, but the essential story Andrew Griffith and I set out to tell over the first year or so has gone according to plan. Along the way there’ve been some nice synchronicities, some characters have asserted themselves in ways that either made them bigger characters or that changed the way the story unfolded, but overall, yeah.

Q: You’ve been trying to make sense of some continuity issues that have cropped up. Is this something you really wanted to try in fix from past TF comics?
JOHN BARBER: It’s not really that I set out to fix things as much as sometimes little continuity things suggest interesting stories or directions. Like, with Metalhawk—when More Than Meets The Eye writer James Roberts and I were working on The Death of Optimus Prime, James had come up with the notion of having a character be the de facto leader of the neutral Cybertronians who were returning home. I thought it’d be cool to use an existing Transformers character that we hadn’t seen yet—somebody that would have resonance with some fans, but it wouldn’t be essential that anybody know who he is.
We bounced some ideas between us and Andy Schmidt, who was the editor then, and to Michael Kelly at Hasbro. Eventually, James suggested Metalhawk. A quick internet search showed that Metalhawk had appeared in one panel in the Drift limited series. Or, anyway, somebody that looked an awful lot like Metalhawk was there. Alex Milne had drawn him in as, basically, a random ’bot. Nobody called him Metalhawk, he didn’t do anything particularly important. And it would have been pretty easy to just ignore that. And, honestly—and I know some fans vehemently disagree with what I’m about to say—I think it would have been fair to just write that off as “somebody that looks like Metalhawk” if it got in the way of the story. But it got me thinking, and I thought it could be kind of cool if that were Metalhawk, and even though he’s only got that one panel in the Drift comic, that battle had actually been a key part of Metalhawk’s life. And that created an opportunity to bring Turmoil (who I think is an awesome character who deserved more of an on-panel life) back and have it mean something personal to somebody that Turmoil was around. So that panel just suggested some depth to the then-just-being-developed-in-current-continuity Metalhawk. Hopefully, in practice, it doesn’t matter to the RID reader if they ever see that panel, but I think it’s fun that that panel is there. It creates a wider, more coherent tapestry of stories, without being obtrusive or stopping us from moving forward.

Q: After seeing all of the previous TF work, how hard did you find it get into the characters heads and come up with their voices and point of views?
JOHN BARBER: Well, over my life I’ve spent a fair amount of time with these characters—reading the comics, watching the cartoons and movies, playing with the toys when I was young—so I had some thoughts about the characters. There were some that, over the years, had been portrayed in ways that didn’t exactly match up all the way, which is just the reality of what happens when you have an ongoing comic book universe with different writers and artists playing in the same sandbox.
But, again, that was an opportunity. Real people do contradictory things, real people change their approaches over the years. We react differently to different situations. So I tried to use those different reactions and figure out what might make these particular iterations of these guys tick. I tried to give the characters distinct points of view and voices based on what we’d seen them do over the course of all the IDW-published comics, and also what the sort-of “classic” versions of the characters are. I like using the big characters, and some of them have developed really interesting backstories, but that’s mostly how I view the previous stories, in practical storytelling terms. I mean, not that my stories are better, I just mean that as a writer, you have to focus on the story you’re telling, not a previous story. As a reader, you shouldn’t need to know the details of the character’s lives to follow what they’re doing now, or to enjoy them as characters… but if you do want to know about their life stories—a lot of it’s been published!

Q: Can you say much about your grand plan when you started writing RID? Did you have this time of peace on the re-born Cybertron well plotted out?
JOHN BARBER: Yeah, the big arc of the first year or so, definitely. It’s really about 16 issues that will get you a big climax to the story begun in issue 1. But not an end to the RID saga, I should add. That definitely keeps going! Like I said, some of it changed a little, but the broad strokes are the same.
There were certain stories I wanted to hit—RID was never meant to be only about the political struggle. I wanted to have a story about somebody coming home trying to fit in on this world; a wilderness story; a story about the city surviving the changed environment of the planet. I feel like we did pretty well hitting those stories and still moving forward with a big, macro story about the power struggle in Iacon.

Q: Have you had to change or adapt how you write the stories, maybe based on something you’ve seen coming up in maybe an issue of More Than Meets the Eye (RID’s sister title)?
JOHN BARBER: We toss ideas back and forth all the time, James and I. So yeah, we’re constantly affecting what each other are doing. We’ve managed to not screw each other up, though, with our stories. If that’s what you mean.

Q: Have you found it difficult to keep a track of events in RID, especially with issues such as the time travelling space ship causing chaos (at least for the characters)?
JOHN BARBER: Yeah… it’s funny. I really intentionally focused in on five key players—Bumblebee, Ironhide, Prowl, Wheeljack, and Starscream—with Metalhawk playing a huge outsider role for most of the series. But as the series went on, a lot of other characters became important, too. So keeping track of where everybody is and where they wind up by issue 16 has been constantly on my mind.
Issue 10, with the time-traveling space-ship… that was it’s own beast. That was hard to keep track of on a totally different level. And I’m happy people came along for that ride.

Q: Is there any one stand-out moment from the first year of RID that you are most proud of over the others?
JOHN BARBER: Yes, but I can’t say what it is yet without giving things away.

Q: A certain character re-appears in issue 11 of RID. Had the return of this character been in your mind right from the very start?
JOHN BARBER: Yes, absolutely. Don’t miss today’s issue! Everything changes here.

Q: Between writing RID and editing the books across the TF license, would you say its one of the most challenging jobs you’ve done in comics?
JOHN BARBER: Sure, yeah. I mean, I edit more than just the Transformers comics, too—I work on G.I. Joe with Carlos Guzman, and on Dungeons & Dragons, and on a few other comics, too. So it’s a lot of good stuff to get to do. There’s definitely a lot of Transformers comics across a lot of timelines, but it’s a good challenge.

Q: Anything you can say about season 2 of RID? Can you say about possible happenings or characters that may reappear?
JOHN BARBER: Two words: purple reign.

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« Antworten #24 am: 11. Dezember 2012, 12:21:42 »

Hier kommt die Vorschau zum IDW Comic Transformers: Robots in Disguise Heft 12.

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