Optimus Prime speaks

Glenn Hauman

Glenn is VP of Production at ComicMix. He has written Star Trek and X-Men stories and worked for DC Comics, Simon & Schuster, Random House, arrogant/MGMS and Apple Comics. He's also what happens when a Young Turk of publishing gets old.

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3 Responses

  1. Haggis says:

    Wow.. good news, and I'm a little more excited now. Although I do agree with Cullen about not casting Frank Welker for Megatron, but hearing that he'll voice the video game version makes it a little better.Oh, and could this article possibly have any more spelling or grammar errors? Sheesh.

  2. Russ Rogers says:

    Octavius ditches a beautiful woman without even saying "Good-bye"? Wow! Talk about being a Hero Nerd! Our boy seems to lack social skills. I like the depiction of one of Lone Justice's Spider Holes. Did "The Spider" have Spider Holes? I like how the cupboard is running bare, but it explains the change of clothes.I hope this is the last time we get to see a Newsie shout "Extra! Extra! Read all about it!" That's so cliche, it's corny. Keep Jean in the story. Bring back the black detective from the boxcar. Lose the News Boy. And please don't give us a News Boy Legion or a Yancy Street Gang. Or if you do, make them sing and dance!I love the Protection Mobsters doing a drive by. You've obviously done your homework on the look of period cars and guns. Will Lone Justice step in and make a move, even though he's still injured and on the lam? I think I know the answer, but I'm already looking forward to next Monday to find out.

    • MARK WHEATLEY says:

      Research R Us. The thing about THE SPIDER that would drive fans crazy these days is – he had whatever he needed. Anything he needed he just had at hand. Unless the drama needed him to NOT have what he needed. This policy extended to the point of killing off one of the main characters one issue because it was very dramatic. And then a few issues later this main character was back, with no comment! I love THE SPIDER stories by Norvell Page – but you have to just go with the sudden changes. I mean, quite a few stories read as if Page forgot what his plot was about halfway through the book – so he headed off into an entirely new direction. Sure kept you guessing – because I GUESS he was guessing too!