Finally. Before he arrived in Axiom Nexus, Packrat was pretty busy on "a" prehistoric Earth after the Beast Wars!
Transformers "Collections" page 2 starring PACKRAT! #BotCon2015
As Promised. Page 3 from Transformers "Collections".
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As BotCon 2015 draws ever closer, a special online mini-comic has been posted to the BotCon Twitter (Page 1, Page 2, Page 3), which serves as a prelude to this year's "Cybertron's Most Wanted" convention comic. Titled "Collections", this 3-page comic stars Packrat in a post-Beast Wars setting before he came to Axiom Nexus. But, as the Beast Wars cartoon events take place in multiple universes (3H Beast Era, IDW Beast Era, Dreamwave G1, Japanese G1, the Wings Universe, etc.), it is specifically unclear as to which exact universe this is supposed to be. Plus, with the appearance of a few other characters, this mini-comic also follows up from the previous "Timeless" online comic.
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