War Within Bruticus

Transformers: Seeds Of Deception presents the model sheet of War Within Bruticus.

Although Bruticus was never featured in the Transformers: War Within books, the Gestalts were already a reality for groups such as the Constructicons and the Protectobots. And with four Combaticons whose Cybertronian alt-modes had already appeared in the series, a model sheet for Bruticus was bound to be designed sooner or later.


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The Lost Seasons: Boomdox

Transformers: The Lost Seasons project presents the MTMTE-styled profile of the combined form of Metroplex’s drones: Scamper, Slammer and Six-Gun.

By Gianluca Gamba, Navtej Heer, Franco Villa.

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Also featured in the Seibertron.com Creative Round-up – July 19th, 2015.

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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Terrorcon Hunt: Dial A for Abominus!

Transformers: Seeds Of Deception presents the Abominus cover for Special Story: Terrorcon Hunt.

Art by Simone Daraghiati.

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Abominus is carefully based on the Liberation Epoch versions of the Terrorcons.

Art by Waseem Bashar.

Check out the stories so far to see what these not-yet-Decepticons are up to, read the notes to the cover for more details about the plot and, if you are an artist, join us to continue the saga!

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From the Lawless Times: StarGryph & Emperor Dagon

The Lawless Times are a mythical barbarian age that belongs both to the Seeds Of Deception and The Lost Seasons continuities.
Amazing, titanic creatures lived in that age, terrorizing the common Cybertronians. Among them, the feared Emperor Dagon: ruler of the depths of the Rust Sea and master of the dwellers of the abyss!

But some of those creatures were not that savage; for instance, StarGryph, the steed of the legendary king Pion Rex!

Art by Andrea Maraldi. Concepts by Juan Pablo Osorio & Peter Istyle.

Just like many other creatures from that distant, primordial Age, StarGryph and Emperor Dagon are related to some G1 characters.