The Transformers: Megatron Origin

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IDW Pub., 2007 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 104 pages
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Before allegiance, rank and function - before war - a civilian will become a warrior, and warrior will become a leader. As a leader he will learn of the most powerful weapon on the planet - a weapon powerful enough to bind legions to his will - a faction named Decepticon. This landmark collection brings the would-be major players of that faction together for the first time in a seminal story for Megatron, the Decepticons and the Great War; also includes a cover gallery by artist Alex Milne and variant cover artist Marcelo Matere.

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Review: Transformers: Megatron Origin

User Review  - Dante - Goodreads

Really liked this back story for Megatron, and how the Autobot regime was portrayed. Too often it's so cut and dry with the 'Cons as the bad guys and the 'Bots being able to do no evil, and this was a ... Read full review

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User Review  - broccolima - LibraryThing

I love the art, and I adore Megatron's face markings x3 The Decepticons kick so much ass in this comic. Read full review

About the author (2007)

AUTHOR: ERIC HOLMES was born in Monrovia, California and has been interested in storytelling from an early age. He is the author of "Logan and the Rumbly, Grumbly Sky," "Nick's Day at the Beach," the soon-to-be-published Christmas story "The Magical Toy Box" and the upcoming "PORTALS" Adventure Series. "Logan and the Rumbly, Grumbly Sky" is his first (of many, he hopes) collaboration with the uber-talented Beverly Barnett. He currently resides in Spokane, Washington surrounded by adoring family and friends. ILLUSTRATOR: BEVERLY BARNETT has used pencils, paintbrushes and sculpting clays since she was 3 years old. She has showcased her art at festivals and galleries in Washington and Missouri and was commissioned to create clay reliefs of 18 different species of dinosaurs for the Grand Junction Museum in Colorado. Beverly has illustrated two children's picture books with another in the works. She has two happily married children and two grandchildren. Beverly currently lives with her delightful husband in Spokane, Washington.

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