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STORY SO FAR:

As a space bridge links Cybertron to Nebulos and the ravaged Earth--the one-time Autobot called Fortress Maximus defeats Optimus Prime and captures Spike Witwicky , taking the human to Nebulos. Meanwhile, Jhiaxus --a renegade Cybertronian-- returns to his homeworld, bent on conquest… but Rodimus Prime and the Autobots defeat the would-be conqueror. As they return to Cybertron, something stirs below the surface. Something… dark.

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STORY SO FAR: As a space bridge links Cybertron to Nebulos and the ravaged Earth--the one-time

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E nd Words

by Simon Furman

Okay. This is the end. No, really.

The original grounding Transformers series is over, finished… and various other Furmanisms.

Of course, Transformers goes on. Frankly, I never expect it to end. Not in my lifetime. Endless iterations on that core concept that Jim Shooter and Bob Budiansky developed from the Hasbro toys await:

The movies… the IDW comics… and on and on.

But Transformers, the series that began in 1984 with a four-issue limited series (yeah, right… expectations were not high) and continued with Regeneration One is done and dusted. Properly this time. With due pomp and circumstance.

Of course, this isn’t the ending that would have been if we’d continued things back in 1991. All the stuff that’s happened since has kind of folded in to make this ending. It felt only right and natural to now embrace all the other possible worlds and realities of Transformers. But it does at least stop feeling like unfinished business. We got there. The end.

But it never ends… see, now I’m just going around in circles.

Simon F urman February 201 4