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Transformers: Last Stand of the Wreckers

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The Autobot special ops crew, The Wreckers, are sent to investigate Garrus-9, a prison that fell to the Decepticons three years ago, with no communication in or out since. Who's really behind the prison siege, and what dark secret awaits Springer there? The answers to those questions will send this mission to the razors edge!
Paperback, 132 pages
Published September 14th 2010 by IDW Publishing
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Chris Hawks
This series had been hyped beyond all belief by the Transformers fanbase, so I was excited to finally lay my hands on a cheap copy of the trade paperback. It did not disappoint. This is the kind of book that shows just how great this franchise can be when put in the hands of people who really care about and understand it. It takes place in IDW’s current series continuity, but besides a couple of scenes, it’s entirely self-contained, and it draws heavily on obscure characters from all throughout ...more
Alex Sarll
One of the jacket quotes here is "The Transformers answer to Watchmen", which even by the wildy overenthusiastic standards of jacket quotes on comics is a gem (unless you assume that the answer was "...sorry. No can do."). This is not a masterpiece which redefines a medium. But it is a fairly smart, funny and occasionally moving homage to the golden age of Transformers, which is to say, Simon Furman's gleefully nihilistic 2000AD-style run on the old UK comic.
Adrian J.
Fairly action-packed, as you'd expect for a book about the Wreckers!

The art was fantastic. The mystery was profound.

But... the creators seemed to be simultaneously expecting a familiarity and association with the characters while essentially relaunching the characters and concept in a new continuity; it was a little jarring to see it attempted both ways.

A great read, though!
Not bad, quite action-packed and well-drawn. A little confusing at times because I spent the first three issues wondering if I was supposed to have read a side-story to get what was going on with certain people's pasts, but it does actually explain it all in the end.
Hayley Farr
For my first Transformer's comic book, this one was very enjoyable. It was exciting, had drama and "human" interest, and was full of characters that I remembered from my childhood.
Mike Burtoft
Violent in the extreme, but full of action, humour, and more characterisation than some Transformers authors managed in twice as many pages. Thoroughly recommended.
This Comic got me back into reading comics after a 15 year hiatus.
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