From an alien planet where mourning and grief are currency, to the deck of the starship Lost Light and its dark secrets under new command--Transformers- Lost Light explores a sci-fi universe full of danger, drama, and surprise! Collects issues #7-12.
Rodimus and his Autobot crew continue their adventure as they chase the starship Lost Light-and its mutinous new captain! A witty, smart, emotional take on fan-favorite Transformers characters in a sci-fi world unlike any other!
Follow fan-favorite Transformers characters on action packed, emotional sci-fi adventures unlike anything else out there! From an alien planet where mourning and grief are currency, to the deck of the starship Lost Light and its dark secrets under new command-Transformers: Lost Light explores a sci-fi universe full of danger, drama, and surprise! Collects issues
James Roberts is a British comic book writer best known for his contributions to the Transformers franchise, having worked consistently with the robots in disguise since he co-wrote the 2010 limited series, Last Stand of the Wreckers, with Nick Roche. His first solo story, the two-part "Chaos Theory," appeared in Mike Costa's ongoing Transformers title and explored the origins of Optimus Prime and Megatron's relationship. He and Costa co-plotted the series' finale, "Chaos." Roberts is best known, however, for Transformers- More Than Meets the Eye (often abbreviated to MTMTE), the ongoing series that launched in January 2012 and ran for 57 issues, plus annuals and one-shots. He writes the new ongoing series Transformers- Lost Light, which continues the events from his previous series.
Jack Lawrence is an artist on IDW's Transformers- Lost Light. Loves Transformers, DnD, Star Wars, ESO and, well, most other nerdy things.
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"For writer James Roberts to have made a gripping, almost terrifying character-driven thriller about giant robots, that's a major accomplishment." -Comic Book Resources