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« Antworten #125 am: 24. August 2013, 13:19:05 »

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« Antworten #126 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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« Antworten #127 am: 04. September 2013, 22:15:35 »

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« Antworten #128 am: 13. September 2013, 19:46:32 »

Hier ist die große Vorschau zum IDW Comic Transformers Regeneration One Heft 0.

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« Antworten #129 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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« Antworten #130 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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« Antworten #131 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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« Antworten #132 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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« Antworten #133 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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« Antworten #134 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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« Antworten #135 am: 26. November 2013, 10:09:40 »

Hier ist die Vorschau vom IDW Comic Transformers: Regeneration One Heft 96.

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« Antworten #136 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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« Antworten #137 am: 17. Dezember 2013, 10:57:36 »

Hier ist die Vorschau zum IDW Comic Transformers Regeneration One Heft 97.

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« Antworten #138 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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« Antworten #139 am: 16. Januar 2014, 15:02:49 »

Hier haben wir die kleine Vorschau zum IDW Comic Transformers: ReGeneration One #98.

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« Antworten #140 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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« Antworten #141 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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« Antworten #142 am: 28. Januar 2014, 09:22:18 »

Hier haben wir die Vorschau zum IDW Comic Transformers Regeneration 1 Heft 98.

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« Antworten #143 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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« Antworten #144 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.

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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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« Antworten #145 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).

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« Antworten #146 am: 25. Februar 2014, 10:25:50 »

Hier haben wir die Vorschau zum IDW Comic Transformers: ReGeneration One Heft 99.

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« Antworten #147 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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« Antworten #148 am: 10. März 2014, 17:20:27 »

Hier ist die kleine Vorschau zum IDW Comic Transformers Regeneration One #100.

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« Antworten #149 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

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- 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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