Posted on 24. Apr, 2014 by Wonko the Sane in Autobot, News
After eons of knowing only peace, Windblade became bonded to the Titan Metroplex and came to Cybertron, helping to save the world of her ancestors. Now with political machinations and post-war violence afoot she must find her way in a world she has never known. Check out my review of "Windblade" #1.
General Information: Title: "A 'Bot and Her City" Cover Price: $3.99 (US) Publishing Date: April 16, 2014 Writer: Mairghread Scott Art: Sarah Stone Letters: Chris Mowry Editorial Assistance: Rebecca Huard Editor: John Barber
Bumblebee's upgraded armor gives him the ability to stand up to Predacons, and his dual cannons provide that extra punch that makes him a formidable foe. However, when things get up close and personal, he reveals his sword made to cut through enemy armor! Check out my review of the upscaled "Deluxe Class" Bumblebee.
Heatwave the Fire-Bot may seem to be grumpy now and then, but when it comes to emergencies his top priority is saving lives! If his fire truck form doesn't help the situation, he can also take the form of a boat and speed to the scen eof the emergency on the water before blasting any fire with his water cannons! Check out my review of "Rescue Bots" Heatwave featuring his all new boat form!
Sometimes Optimus Prime needs to get across rough terrain that even his mighty truck mode has trouble with. Taking on the vehicle form of a powerful monster truck, no road is too tough for this Autobot! Today's review brings you a look at Monster Truck Optimus Prime.
When his sports car mode is a bit too big to get him through tight spots, Bumblebee changes his form to a vehicle mode based on a super fast motorcycle. Now his speed matches his bravery and the Rescue Bots are better than ever! Check out my review of the new Bumblebee from "Rescue Bots"!