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SDCC 2016 - New Names For Ex-RID and MTMTE - Optimus Prime And Lost Light! Plus Till All Are One!


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Comics Alliance has posted a new interview with John Barber, James Roberts, and Mairghread Scott to follow up on the IDW panel at Comic Con! We get some more news about the post-Revolution Transformers world, and foremost in that news is a pair of name changes: The Transformers is now Optimus Prime, and More Than Meets The Eye is now Lost Light. Till All Are One seems to keep its title - but that means it gets two #1 issues in the same year! Keep reading for more details. SPOILER WARNING: The cover to Lost Light may reveal some spoilers about next week's issue of MTMTE! Read the Full News Story Here

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