Review: Transformers #22

The rebooted war on Cybertron continues – with Transformers #22 from IDW Publishing

“Crisis: Prisoners.” Cybertronians have died and their killers have yet to face justice. With one murderer finally on his way to detention for his crimes, a new challenge arises—getting him there without the loss of any more lives.

Brian Ruckley (Author) Anna Malkova (Artist, Cover Artist) Joana LaFuente (Colorist)

The battle from the previous issue went the way we thought it would go. once the leviathan was entered into the fray. Sixshot is a good character. I like the way he fights and then runs. Quake takes a beating and is caught.

The rest of the issue is the build up to Quake being taken to trial. I like the way the tension is being built up. The mix between Autobots/Rise/Decepticons and more in the crowd make things very tense and it all boils over.
Orion Pax seems to be having his doubts grow over how everything is being run and there are some nice comments about the Matrix of leadership.

This story continues to be an excellent read.

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