https://www.comichron.com/monthlycomics ... 19-07.html
EDIT: Few more bits from TF/GB #3
November solicits are out. No GB comics that month.
Well... at least we know there will be more coming since there's a film next year.We know the next series is a non-crossover and might be announced in October so perhaps it could start in December at the earliest but probably early 2020.
Even ATC helped keep the comic alive (because it sure seemed done after the first Tiamat story). Can't wait to see what 2020 will do for it. Hopefully they'll be able to write a story line that explains whatever interlude occurs between movies.
Hell, maybe Burnham and Schoening need a break before all of that ramps up. The deserve it, considering what they've done to keep the franchise alive.
Yeah, Vol. 2 was pretty much the end of Chapter 1 and TMNT kicked off Chapter 2 and the interdimensional shenanigans that concluded with Crossing Over, imo. The 35th and Transformers seems to be the start of the next chapter.Don't forget the International Series. That was awesome too.
Don't forget the International Series. That was awesome too.I considered part of the "interdimensional shenanigans chapter since Dimension 68-R and Hell were involved (iow, TMNT 1 to Crossing Over, International takes place within that stretch).
Bit out of left field, but I was just leafing through some ATC concept art and... https://comicbook.com/2017/01/21/ghostb ... limer-/#10Looks a lot like it. I'll try and ask Dan.
...isn’t slide 9 essentially the big bad from Ghostbusters 101? Did we spot that at the time?
So with the fact the IDW Comics have now gone into Transformers territory, does this mean we can't count them as in primary canon? I know a few years ago Erik said they are since Ghost Corps got involved too, but I feel like the inclusion of Optimus and the rest of the autobots & decepticons kinda break the film continuity imo. Anybody else feel that way?
So with the fact the IDW Comics have now gone into Transformers territory, does this mean we can't count them as in primary canon? I know a few years ago Erik said they are since Ghost Corps got involved too, but I feel like the inclusion of Optimus and the rest of the autobots & decepticons kinda break the film continuity imo. Anybody else feel that way?It's set in the comic book continuity of IDW Ghostbusters (which is it's own thing and is based on the Film/Movie Canon) and IDW TMNT (which crossed over with the IDW GB's via Dimensions in two mini-series); I don't think it's set in the original 1984 film continuity; nor did it broke continuity. The Transformers in the second IDW comic reboot takes place in a new continuity set apart from the HCBU (Hasbro Comic Book Universe).
August sales are in and TF/GB #3 did 10,545 units. (a small dip of 154 units from #2)Seems like it's still holding up. ^_^
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December solicits are out, no new comics that month. Just an advanced solicit for the TF/GB tpb for February 26.Looks like focus will probably be more on GB2020; whatever comics that are coming out, it will probably be related to that.
So yeah...100% confirmation whatever new comics comes out, it will be in 2020.
Looks like focus will probably be more on GB2020; whatever comics that are coming out, it will probably be related to that.Perhaps. I suspect there will be a press release about the next comic in October after Transformers/Ghostbusters wraps up with its final issue. Like for example, the first tease for the 2018 annual was in mid-October 2017.
Here's Spook Central's preview for TF/GB #5.Heh. Soundwave's "Scrap" comment when Winston trapped him reminds me of "Transformers Prime"; pretty much rivals that of the TMNT saying "Shell" in the 2003 cartoon. ^_^
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