|The Transformers multiverse is a labyrinth of self-contradiction, retrospective adaptations and countless reworkings. Differing continuities run side-by-side, sharing some events and characters, and excluding others, leaving a mess of tangled storylines and aggrieved fans, who spend their time trying to make sense of it all.|
What started out as a single story to link the Generation 1 and Beast Wars eras of Transformers history soon grew, and after nine years of writing, has culminated in what's called the Transversal Continuity -- a single, unified Transformers story from beginning to end.
Are you ready to find out how the Maximal and Predacon factions came to be? Who (and what) the Tripredacus Council are? Or perhaps what events led to the end of the Great War? The Transversal Continuity is waiting for you.
Transformers: The Warning After - Issue #4The Warning AfterTransformers: The Warning After - Issue #4 by Rh1n0x
Dialogue: There is one simple fact that each of us is innately aware of but uniformly ignore: If the Predacons had won the Great War, there would be no peace.
On the moon, Guiledart makes short work of some Maximal and Predacon technicians who have tried to fight him.
Dialogue: By their own proclamation, the Decepticons and Predacons fought for nothing else than victory. In this outcome, the best the Autobots and Maximals could have hoped for was a swift execution, because the alternative would have been slavery -- put to work recasting this world in Razorclaw’s image. There is no denying this.
On board a shuttle headed for the moon, Maximus Prime stares out the windscreen, arms crossed, determination etched in his face.
Hey, I'm Chris.|
I'm a Transformers Fan and have spent the best part of the last decade writing stories that I'm hoping some great artists here on DA might be able to help me turn into a Comic Book Series.