Transformers: Regeneration One is a different kind of series. Not often does a writer get a chance to pick up right where a cancelled series left off, but with this, Simon Furman gets to do just that – even with the same artist, Andrew Wildman. Furman was the man from Marvel UK who first elevated the Transformers comic book saga beyond toy-shilling, and the fact that he gets to tie up loose ends from his original Marvel Comics series 20 years ago, even emulating the old school style, is a great treat for longtime fans.
Not so much for Optimus Prime, though, who has just discovered that Earth has been ravaged by Megatron in his absence, and he's finally put the Decepticon tyrant down for good, and now must face his greatest failure. However, this preview focuses more on the Dinobot commander Grimlock, who has lost the ability to transform and is now held prisoner by the Decepticon Headmaster Scorponok.
Take a look at this preview for Transformers: Regeneration One #86, featuring variant covers by Guido Guidi and another O.G. TF artist, Geoff Senior.