oneshallstand wrote:Good to see you on here Eric. It's fair to say that your story will be hugely anticipated by all of us on here (not wishing to pile on the pressure any more!). Have you been influenced at all by the Marvel #1 story?
With Megatron forming the Decepticons with help from an inner circle of Ravage and Soundwave, then undergoing modifications to be able to transform, and one day launching their attack? Or, will this be a different to other early years stories we may have seen?
bassbot wrote:thanks for the news Eric, be great to see Prowl in this situation. fantastici, i like the possibilities that this series will provide.
and yeah, using the familiar concepts, cannot wait to see what you're going to do.
i'll ask a question too, is there going to be much of Prime in this? (or at all...)
brainwash wrote:I'd love to see some dynamics between those who became loyal to the Decepticon cause and those that don't or become Autobots by default. A brainwashing machine like Megatron used in the cartoon is a quick and contrived way to get there, but here's hoping they don't use that.
GeO wrote:I'm lovin' the Megatron font with the classic silver/gray. I like the 'origin' too.
Knowing the type of story that this is, shouldn't there maybe be a decepticon insignia in the word 'Transformers' instead of an Autobot one? This is a Decepticon origin afterall. All IDW TF books up to this point have exclusively had the Autobot insignia in the Transformers header, even the Shockwave spotlight. This would seem like a good time to break out the 'con one. It's not a make or break thing, just an idea .
Goodchild wrote:Ratbat will be "Cybertronian"... that's all I can say about that.
I'll give ya three more.
- aaaand someone who has no background whatsoever! (By this I do NOT mean Megatron!)
Now...who else do you want?
Thanks Eric, for posting here, it realy makes us fans happy when the writers talk to us.
Is the mysterious character Autobot, Decepticon or neither?
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