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    Default Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye Annual 2012

    THE ORIGIN OF THE KNIGHTS OF CYBERTRON! Rodimus and the crew of the Lost Light finally reach Crystal City, home to the mysterious Circle of Light. But what they find waiting for them is going to change everything-and not necessarily for the better!


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    Buy This Book!

    It will be the best $7.99 you will spend all month ($10 here in Australia).

    Chock full with action, drama, humurous one-liners, character development and universe building exposition. Up until now, the IDW Transformers universe has deliberately avoided into Cybertron origin stories, but James Roberts takes all the hints and one-off religous remarks dropped by the various writers from the past few years, and creates a solid origin story. Can't wait to to see what this leads up to in the Robots in Disguise Annual later this month.

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    I wasn't crazy about the art (except for Guido's origin pages), but the story was exactly as awesome as I have come to expect from Roberts. Hasbro would be foolish not to have him work on their next TF cartoon.

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    Yeah, the artwork was a tad hazy in some parts, but yeah, loved Guido's flashback pages. Can't wait to see what other ramifications spin out of this issue.

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    You had me at Primus.

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    Officially the Best Book no one is reading.
    I'm so bored with this martyrdom routine, this halo all you X-men love to polish. Self-described soldiers adorned in an "X" with no dedication to what it actually stands for.

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    A great read, if a tad expensive.

    Shortest. Quest. Ever.
    Meh!

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    Superlative work. Best book on the market with Dial H another contender.
    The two most powerful warriors are patience and time - Leo Tolstoy

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    This series needs to be given to the team of reviewers on CBR. More people need to know what they are missing out on.

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