After invading Metroplex’s spaceship form, bounty hunter Axer has managed to put the MetroTeam out of commission, and seize the Transmogrification Drive.
All Axer must do now is leave– but will he survive the surprises of a Fantastic Voyage among the wonders of Metroplex’s incredibly-vast structure?
Astrotrain has made a deal with the devil he knows– that is, Ratbat! But how does this creepy mechanoid plans to use his Energon-sucking skills to save Megatron from the Mini-Reaper infection that has paralyzed his systems?
Find out now, as Differentiation leads to… Separation. Now more than ever, The Future is -Ation!
What’s happening inside Metroplex? As Scamper, Six-Gun and Slammer faces the first salvo of Axer’s attack, a flashback battle against Scorponok reveals the reasons of Axer’s attempt at stealing Metroplex’s Transmogrification Drive!
Deemed too unstable to be deployed in battle, the gigantic Metroplex is being confined in an uninhabited solar system, where his trusted team (Scamper, Slammer, Six-Gun) takes care of his huge spaceship alt-mode, performing maintenance, experimenting on fringe cyberinterface technologies…and facing unscheduled threats by a lone Decepticon bounty hunter!
It’s the return of “The Evil That Lies Within”!
Tendril of the Inhumanoids has attacked an almost unguarded the Ark, as most of the Autobots have left Earth!
As Beachcomber falls victim of the plant monster, Skyfire and Hound are busy fighting the Decepticon Vanguard Team of Reflector and Lensor in the Australian Outback, until something unexpected erupts (literally!).
A new aperiodical section makes its debut today: it’s “reflector on” (roughly translated in broken English from Italian), dedicated to the secret history of toys from all the lines. Possible connections between series, homages, behind-the-scenes, nods, tributes and trivia about the big Transformers universe!
The section begins with Energon Prowl, answering the infamous question: what does a F1 racing car have to do with a Police patrol?
The Transformers: Seeds Of Deception project presents version 2.0 of the main pages of The Drought!
Revised dialogue and improved lettering/effects for the key story that reveals the origin of a certain Cybertronian technology seen in Revelation.