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Review – Transformers: Unicron #6 (IDW Publishing)

Review – Transformers: Unicron #6 (IDW Publishing)

Publishing: Idw Publishing Writer: John Barber Artists: Alex Milne, Sara Pitre-Durocher, Andrew Griffith, Kei Zama Colourists: David Garcia Cruz and Joana Lafuente Letterer: Tom B. Long Release Date: 14th November 2018 The penultimate issue of the entire line, and the finale to the event which brings an end to 13 years of stories, is one hell of prospect for a writer.  And to be able to end it in a way that manages to satisfying, epic and heartfelt on such a massive scale is a heavy weight on Barber’s shoulders.  But while last week’s Lost Light #25 proved that some endings truly can be perfect, there was some small part of me that wondered if Barber could do it here.  However, through these fifty pages of story, Barber brings absolutely everything he has to ensure that this story is given the faultless cinematic send-off it truly deserves. Following the past five issues of build-up, issue six kicks off the final stand, spending the first two-thirds of the comic delivering the comic book equivalent of a massive blockbuster finale.  Across Earth, space, war fleets and Unicron himself, every major player in Barber’s stories come together to join battle against Unicron and [...]



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