I haven't written a new journal in forever!
Anyway, I hope most of you have seen eHOBBY's new Shattered Glass VSE set with Shattered Glass Soundwave, Blaster, Rewind, Ramhorn, Rattbat, Slugfest and Solarbot. It was great fun working with eHOBBY on the set and accompanying fiction and I think all of the toys have so far turned out great! I'd share my favorites, but I'm afraid I might be biased towards a few of them. So I'll just say they are all really nice looking figures!
You can check out the set of toys by following these links:[link][link][link]
Also, the TCC have posted a new epilog comic that follows the events of the "A Flash Forward" comic. Since AFF hasn't yet ended, there aren't any spoilers, instead the epilog gives us a lead into the 2013 TCC Magazine comic. It'll feature Depth Charge, Ultra Mammoth and a Matrix Quest! I handed the reins over to another talented writer for the 2013 comic, so I can't wait to see how it turns out!
As for the epilog, we again see the Transtech observing the damage caused when SG Ultra Magnus plucked the Earth from the Classicsverse and dropped it in the middle of the Shatteredverse. Things aren't so good in the Transformers multiverse as the aftershocks start destroying parallel universes everywhere. It's a terrible fate that awaits the doomed universes... So why is Rhinox more concerned about an artifact called the "Origin Matrix" than he is fixing the chaos? Check out the two page epilog below:[link][link]
Speaking of AFF, there are only two installments left! How will our heroes escape Jhiaxus' clutch? What will become of the Decepticon's batches of Cybertronian clones? There's only a short wait left to find out!
And you don't want to miss the last panel of Part 6. It might just give you a hint as to what's to come from Fun Publications.
Lastly, there's Lydia vs. The Zombies. This is a new comic from Fun Publications (and has nothing to do with Transformers or GI Joe), featuring a toddler braving the scary world of a zombie apocalypse! The concept came from Rob Meyer (who you may have seen on Travel Channel's "Toy Hunter" series, and who also did the cover art for the comic), and should be a fun little horror story for all the little kiddies out there. I had a great time writing and coloring this one, so I hope all the comic readers out there give it a try!
Head out to a comic store now and make sure that they order you an issue! Find out more about the comic below:[link][link]