Transformers: Primacy #3

Transformers: Primacy #3 (of 4)

Writers: Chris Metzen and Flint Dille
Artist: Livio Ramondelli
Letterer: Chris Mowry
Cover Artists: Livio Ramondelli (standard cover), Sarah Stone (subscription cover), and Ken Christiansen (30th anniversary cover)

The war for Cybertron erupts into full fury in Transformers: Primary #3. Titans clash in brutal, hand-to-hand combat. Megatron marshals his forces for a devastating staged attack. Everything depends on Optimus Prime and ht concentration of his forces. Can they withstand the onslaught of the Decepticons and their ruthless allies?

Trypticon and Metroplex engaged in battle.

The opening battle is a one-on-one contest between Metroplex and Trypticon. The two massive bots tear into each other with tragic results. Lace with taunts and bold sound effects (KRAAABAMO, Livio Ramondelli manages to portray the size and complexity of their battle even when they’re simply pummeling each other wifist and claw.

On each side of the battle, Optimus and Megatron are the generals. Optimus must make the most of hi defensive capabilities and Magatron must take advantage of his offensive edge. Metroplex and Trypticon. Junkions and Shakricons. Omega Supreme. They all come into play with gripping, action-packed panels and brilliant, eye-popping colors.

Some highlighted panels from this issue showcasing the array of vibrant colors.

Yet with Megatron seemingly on the edge of victory, something haunts his chances for success. A spectre from his past reveals itself. With only one more issue to go, the fate of Cybertron, Optimus Prime and Megatron is at stake.

Note that Livio’s covers for this series connection to display a pretty cool looking panorama.

Transformers: Primacy #3 does a great job of combining excellent writers with a terrific artist. It’s the perfect melding for a superb story. So Far they’ve done a tremendous job and they’re just one issue away from finishing it off. I give Primacy #3 a five out of five metal bikinis.

Reviewed By: Skuldren for Roqoo Depot.

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