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Comics, Novels, Reference Books - anything TF related in print
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Hey folks, for those of you who are reading the IDW comics, I have a question:
A couple years ago I was reading the comics myself, but fell off collecting them.
I believe I was pretty up to date until after getting volume 5: Chaos Theory, the Ironhide series and Last Stand of the Wreckers.
Now I'd trying to figure out what's what.
I do know that Regeneration is a continuation of the 80's Marvel comic series by Simon Furman, so I'm ok with that (I'm actually hoping to add to my collection of Marvel books, so Regeneration is on my list to read eventually).
But after the mainline story of Chaos Theory, I see a few more volumes (like Police Action and Chaos), and then I'm seeing titles like "More than Meets the Eye" and "Robots in Disguise", and I'm not sure if those two are the same universe, or branching off into different continuities or what.
I'd like to keep up with the main storyline, and am not sure which I would follow.
Any help? Thanks.
I found a list of every single issue of the IDW G1 continuity comics, in order of their release:
However, it only includes those issues belonging to the main IDW continuity and doesn't include any issues from other IDW TF series like "Hearts of Steel", Beast Wars, Transformers: The Animated Movie, TF Animated: The Arrival, Regeneration One, or any Movieverse comics.
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They belong all to the same continuity: MTMTE and RiD are the main books of the current storyline. There are some Spotlight books as well that belongs to the same storyline.
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