Geoff Senior

Geoff Senior

One of the most iconic artists to grace the Transformers comics.

Ever since his artwork first appeared in Transformers UK #42's 'Crisis Of Command' he became a beloved mainstay of the title until the books conclusion, with his final story being the apocalyptic 'On The Edge Of Extinction', the ...

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Mark Ryan

Mark Ryan

In 2007's Transformers, Mark provided the touching end dialogue for Bumblebee, the fun-loving Autobot who quickly established himself as a brand leader. He also performed the role of Ironhide in the video game affiliated to the movie.

For 2009's Revenge of the Fallen, Mark took on the role ...

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Jim Sorenson

Jim Sorenson

A long time Transformers fan, Jim Sorenson starting contributing to the Transformers newsgroup alt.toys.transformers in 1994 and was known for deciphering the Maximal and Predacon languages used in Beast Wars and making it available as a true-type font as well as later doing the same for fonts based ...

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Stephen Baskerville

Stephen Baskerville

A seasoned comic and concept artist, Stephen has lent his talents to countless projects during his career, with no sign of letting up. Providing comic art for characters as diverse as Spider-man, Judge Dredd, Snake Plissken, various denizens of the Beano-verse, the JSA and Thomas the Tank Engine as well ...

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Nick Roche

Nick Roche

Known for his work with The Wreckers, Nick has been a TF fan since the days of the Marvel UK comics. Gaining exposure through the Transmasters community, Nick first worked on IDW’s Spotlight series, followed by Devastation, Maximum Dinobots and a notable issue of All Hail Megatron. All this ...

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Simon Furman

Simon Furman

We would keep you here all day if we were to list Simon's complete Transformers® credits, but much of his work comprises the bedrock of the comics, animation and films we all enjoy today. Simon's writing has stood the test of time (he has worked for the successive ...

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Alex Milne

Alex Milne

From heartbreaking tragedy to uplifting comedy, from space-horror to blossoming love, Alex has brought all this, and more, to readers as the regular artist for IDW's More Than Meets The Eye. If you have a fondness for the galaxy’s most... unique crew, Alex has been a vital element ...

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James Roberts

James Roberts

As the creator of unique characters that have sparked so much devotion from fans, with their vocal response to the issues, created fan fiction, cosplay and other creative endeavours, we knew James would enjoy a great reception here, in August.

James’ background explains much of his open and honest dealings ...

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Maggie Roswell

Maggie Roswell

Maggie has been a part of The Simpsons since the very beginning, voicing regulars Maude Flanders, Helen Lovejoy, Luann Van Houten, and Elizabeth Hoover as well as dozens of supporting and guest characters across more than 175 episodes. Her impact on the show is so great that when she took ...

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Hal Rayle

Hal Rayle

To Transformers fans, Hal is best known as G1 Snarl – the surly Stegosaurus member of the Dinobots. A character so tough he was actually created to bring his fellow Dinobots in line!

In addition to voicing the coolest set of solar panels to grace a 80’s kids toy, Hal ...

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Sara Pitre-Durocher

Sara Pitre-Durocher

Sara first came to the attention of the TF comic fans in early 2015 with a series of stunning covers for MTMTE, WINDBLADE and RID before providing interior artwork for the one-shot COMBINER HUNTERS. After guesting on a few single issues, 2016 saw the start of TILL ALL ARE ONE ...

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Kei Zama

Kei Zama

Starting with her series of covers for IDW’s Transformer line in September 2015, Kei-sensei has rapidly gained a large fan following, due to her mean and gritty artistic style, as well as her stunning commission work. Following on from her cover work, she is now bringing the continuing adventures ...

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Josh Perez

Josh Perez

Josh began his time with the Cybertronians by providing colours for several Dreamwave titles, most notably various issues of Transformers: Energon and Transformers: Micromasters.

With the dawn of IDW, Josh was able to apply his talents to a wealth of new material, starting with the darkest of all backstories,  ...

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Jack Lawrence

Jack Lawrence

Jack first came to the attention of TF fans through his work with the TRANSMASTERS community in the 1990s, working with the likes of Nick Roche and James Roberts. His comics journey has come full circle recently, joining James and Alex Milne as part of the new creative team for ...

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Venus Terzo

Venus Terzo


Blazing a trail for the multi-layered female characters who followed in her path, Blackarachnia’s long journey, from Beast Wars’ ruthless, self-serving, rebel Predacon to the Maximal-aligned Beast Machines force of nature, has seen the character achieve a special place in fan’s hearts. Her later dedication to Cybertron, and ...

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Bob Budiansky

Bob Budiansky

Bob’s history goes back to the early 1970’s after his reintroduction to the world of comic books. A passion he would late turn into a lifelong career.

As an editor, illustrator, and writer, mostly for Marvel, Bob witnessed, first hand, some of the most defining years in the ...

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John-Paul Bove

John-Paul Bove

There is more… much more to John-Paul Bove than meets the eye!

As an artist, John-Paul is most well known for his work as the regular colourist on Transformers: ReGeneration One, and Drift: Empire of Stone. Outside of Trannsformers, John-Paul has coloured a variety of artwork on comics such as ...

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