With the new Transformers movie currently in cinemas, Alex Fitch and Duncan Nott conclude their interview with the writer (Simon Furman) and one of the most acclaimed artists (Geoff Senior) of the seminal British Transformers comic from the 1980s looking at Furman's continuation of the mythos for a variety of publishers, Senior's new career as a graphic designer and what they think of the live action movie...
In other comics news: The Observer has launched a competition to find new comics artists and writers so if you think you can create a short story using pictures, word balloons and captions that fits on a single page of A4, visit Random House's Graphic Novels website for more details.
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Links - Wikipedia entries on: Transformers comics, cartoon, Simon Furman and Geoff Senior
Titan Publishing's new UK Transformers comic by Simon & Geoff
Dynamite Entertainment's new Terminator 2 comic by Simon
Underground Online's guide to Transformers
Monzo and Jhiaxus' guide to obscure Transformers comics