Review: Transformers #17

Transformers #17

Megatron is faced with the ultimate decision. He can forge ahead on the path he’s started down, or he can take the last chance at doing things by the book. Either way, Cybertron is on the verge of change, and after this, nothing will ever be the same.

CREATORS:
Brian Ruckley (Author) Anna Malkova (Artist) Beth McGuire-Smith (Artist) Livio Ramondelli (Cover Artist)

Cyclonus is having some real internal monologuing with himself. He’s crazy, but we get why – it’s like a form of Transformer PTSD
We get to the bottom of what the team were up to with the Titan at the end of the last issue. That is interesting.
The Titan’s size is really shown off here on the moon and the battle between two of them is really well done. This is going to have repercussions!

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