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This is definitely a must read for any Transformers fans who enjoy the comics.
A great Transformers story, great character development, you end up caring for the characters a lot and what happens to them.
This is a complexity of story that Transformers fiction has rarely, if ever, even touched, much less explored.
It's the Wreckers ( the Wreckers are a team of Autobot warriors, think special forces) doing what they do best. Taking out the Deceptions.
Solid storytelling and art.
IDW floundered for a little while. All Hail Megatron, while entertaining in its own way, had some plot holes and problems. The ongoing series after AHM took a while to get going. Read morePublished 5 months ago by D. Jones
A great Transformers story, great character development, you end up caring for the characters a lot and what happens to them.Published 12 months ago by PhantomKaizokuX
I honestly hadn't been that much of a fan of the Wreckers until I read this book. It's action-packed and showed more of the Wreckers. Made me like them more. Read morePublished 12 months ago by catlover524
I've heard a lot of good things about this but thought, "how good could a Transformers comic really be?".
Turns out, really really damn good. Read more
Personally, I think LSOTW was a well written miniseries. It's dark and very violent but still pretty heart wrenching. The art inside is unique and beautiful. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Amazon Customer
The Transformers: The Last Stand of the Wreckers was a 5 issue mini-series that chronicles the Wreckers, an elite Autobot commando strike (the Autobots' version of the Navy SEALS... Read morePublished on March 19, 2012 by Cyberstrike
I read this book and it was great in fact I read it in are suv while me and my famliy drove 200 miles to disneyland ca for chirstmas week vacation. Read morePublished on January 31, 2012 by Anthony
This book is amazing... I don't know how else to describe it. The art is outstanding. Nick Roche (lines) and Josh Burcham (colors) have outdone themselves with this one. Read morePublished on August 29, 2011 by Trevor