Hey Comics Fans! Here’s a sneak peek of the first page of Transformers Windblade Issue 1 with a reminder that there is still time to pre-order. We’re the first all-lady creative team writing/drawing a brand new lady robot and want to make this a big hit!
Signal boost like crazy! This is a great book with some knock out art! Plus it’s a fantastic introduction to the Transformers brand, for all those of you who’ve never been to Cybertron (and has some neat surprises for those of you already here). Thanks again!
'Till All Are One! Mairghread
Signal Boost! let’s get the word out. pre-order this book and if you have already then share it with a friend and try to get them to pre-order. Let’s really get Hasbro’s attention that we want more of this!
I went into one of our local comics shops to preorder this and they told me they don’t do preorders on anything but trades, so that sucked. Is that normal for comics shops, or should I be finding somewhere else? Or can I preorder it directly online?
Hey, saw your note. That does sound a little strange to me, but if that’s their policy, you have lots of other options for getting issue 1.
1. comicshoplocator.com will show you all other comic stores in your area if you want to support brick and mortar places (and we do). 2. tfaw.com and midtowncomics.com allow you to order printed comics online and get them shipped to you. 3. comixology.com will let you get the digital comic, (although the pre-order for our first issue isn’t up yet. We’ll post when it is.)
Thank you so much for reaching out. Finding your way to buy comics can be a little tricky, but so worth it when you get the hang of things.
Genetically Modified Berry compared to Organic Berry:
Note that the modified specimen is bloated to about 3 times the mass of the common berry. Advanced rot has set in prior to maturity and tests revealed 78% more lactic acid in the modified organism.
Upon contact with the modified berry, the picker’s hands exhibited a rash which is clearly visible on the fingers and should not be mistaken for juice stains acquired during picking. While the common berry, of course, has no ill effects on the skin, the modified organism had an effect similar to poison oak and swelling set in shortly after the photo was taken. The discoloration and pain lasted approximately 12 hours with treatment including Neosporin and Syrup of Ipecac.
At 16 hours the specimen went missing and could not be monitored for decay rates. While the common berry remained, the modified berry was spotted the next Tuesday at the corner of Wallace and 12th St. Having grown another meter and a half, the genetically modified berry murdered two prostitutes and became the target of a cross country manhunt. It was last seen on February 20th in Boulder, CO where it has joined with several bananas from the Monsanto corporation and stolen at least two shotguns from the Boulder Police Department.
A manifesto was released online suggesting that the berries intend to strike at our nurseries, killing our young and replacing them with further modified organisms which we will raise as our own. They also intend to “free their enslaved brothers” by treating common fruits and possibly vegetables with mutagens.
The head of the FDA could not be reached for comment as he has gone missing. Only a glass of unidentified red fluid was found in his office, labeled “Extra Pulp”.