Third Party Warbotron: “Warbot’s Rise”

From the artistic team of the Third Party Comics makers Lost Seeds, here are episodes #3-4-5 of the graphic novel featuring the five robots of Warbotron‘s project WB01.

It’s “Warbot’s Rise”, a non-Combaticons story showcasing Fierce Attack (non-Onslaught), Sly Strike (non-Swindle), Air Burst (non-Blast Off), Whirlwind (non-Vortex), Heavy Noisy (non-Brawl), plus five special guests from Warbotron’s WB03 project.

THE STORY SO FAR

In issues #1 and #2, sexy-archaeologist-with-government-connections Megan came into possession of an ancient arctifact known as The Key Of Life.
Soon after that, Megan was kidnapped by her own car, an off-road vehicle acting as though it possessed a mind of its own.
The vehicle forcefully led Megan to a hidden cave among uninhabited mountains, where four giant robots laid dormant.
The vehicle itself transformed into a giant robot who bullied Megan into using the Key Of Life to bring the other robots back to life.
Later, four of those robots appeared in the middle a nameless city, and started wreacking havoc, destroying buildings, killing people, and effortlessly taking down the army vehicles and air force planes sent to stop them.
The mindless carnage, though, was not a random act: those robots were carrying on a plan whose ultimate goal remained unknown…

…until now.

ISSUE #3

ISSUE #4

ISSUE #5

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Art by Daniele Spezzani, Nicodemus Rexx, Nate Hammond, Golby2, Iohannes Vinci, Simone Daraghiati.

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Third Party DAI Commander Stack in “Why Should I Deal With This Now?”

As some guessed, the double purpose of the Generations comics was gathering artists who could meet the requirements of professional comic-making, as well as displaying a portfolio of the art that these artistic team are capable of.
The early results of this enterprise were shown on this blog a few weeks ago; another one can be seen in this post, and more will possibly follow. Keep an eye on the upcoming KFC Transistors (not-Blaster), and the final piece of the first Warbotron Gestalt: one can never know what could suddenly show up!

Produced by Third Party KFC (Keith’s Fantasy Club) in 2014, DAI Commander Stack is an update Repaint of Citizen Stack.
As his color scheme suggests, he is also a homage to Delta Magnus, Diaclone Powered Convoy and Shattered Glass Ultra Magnus. The attached comic is a Repaint/Remold as well, featuring new lineart, new dialogue and a final “Mirrorverse” twist!

It’s “Why Should I Deal With This Now?”, also featuring Krank, Sky Pirates Sencho Barbossa and Haiku, Stax, Badbat, Haymaker, Mugan Vox and Overslay!

Art by Iohannes Vinci & Simone Daraghiati.

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Third Party Citizen Stack in “I Can Deal With this Now!”

Produced by Third Party Keith’s Fantasy Club in 2014, Citizen Stack is an alternate version of G1 Ultra Magnus that lives in an alternate, post-apocalyptic Cybertron where darkness rules– classic factions have no meaning, here, where Cybertronians are gathered in clans constantly fighting each other for survival.
The Citizen Stack toy comes with a 6-pages comic, “I Can Deal With this Now!”, which features some familiar faces among the authors!

Art by Iohannes Vinci & Simone Daraghiati.