Spotlight

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IDW Publishing, Feb 28, 2008 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 136 pages
4 Reviews
IDW's one-shots focusing on the most celebrated Transformers characters continue in this second collection of Spotlights. This time around, see how and why Soundwave, KUP, Galvatron, Optimus Prime, and Ramjet fit into the Transformers ever-expanding IDW-verse.

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User Review  - v_various - LibraryThing

I've never been much of a transformers fan, but I couldn't resist this book for $5 with a robot dinosaur on the cover. And now I'm really digging this IDW run on TF. I love the spotlight series, they ... Read full review

Review: Transformers Spotlight, Volume 1

User Review  - Matt Richter - Goodreads

very strong start to the spotlight series! i think i'm gonna like it. the focus on fleshing out individual characters will work really well if the rest are as good as this :) 4 different artists worked on this issue and all were pretty good! Read full review

About the author (2008)

Simon Furman cut his comic book teeth editorially on "Scream!" - a junior horror title published in 1985 by IPC Magazines - and Captain Britain Monthly (for Marvel UK). His first script work appeared in the UK Transformers comic, for which he wrote numerous stories before taking over the script duties on the US Transformers book with issue #56.

Stuart Moore is an acclaimed writer of comic books, novels, and screenplays. His comics work includes Firestorm, Stargate Atlantis, Lone, Para, Justice League Adventures, and the satirical graphic novel Giant Robot Warriors. At DC Comics, Stuart was a founding editor of the acclaimed Vertigo imprint, where he won the Will Eisner award for Best Editor 1996 and the Don Thompson Award for Favorite Editor 1999. From late 2000 through mid-2002 Stuart edited the bestselling Marvel Knights comics line. Upcoming works include new graphic novels with Tokyopop and AiT/PlanetLar, a comics adaptation of the bestselling novel Redwall, and more Firestorm. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.

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